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: September 3, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028316
Volume ID: VID00244
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
oclc - 33857908
alephbibnum - 002059593
lccn - sn 95047382
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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,' With batUe DeFuniak under TrophyThe Return Squaws waged a Modern During a pre-school MathWorkshop Held session last 97 he D E FUNIAK MER AID I


n a blazing mn in week. 68 Walton. county teachers:'
Panama
City and came away with heard mathematic consultant

the third runer-up trophy in the Stanley Stanfield. of Atlanta explain -

First Southeastern Invitational the modern approach to :. .JJ 0 A /9g
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Tournament It aU started on Friday teaching arithmetic in the elenr.entary ,

night at 8.30: when the Squawsmet school. t

Montgomery -on field four. Two workshops were held -
The game wa nip and tuck one at the West DeFuniak school

until a crand slam homer by Ver- and one at Tivoll. Throughout the

sle Ard started the victory march: workshops major emphasis was
for the Squaws. Another home given to the fact that the thing VOLUME 72PUBLISHEDEVERY THURSDAY DeFUNlAK SPRINGS. FLOIIiDSFPT 3 190 umber 39
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run with one on by Mary Bonner that is "new" in the new math- -
put the came on ice. The Squaws ematics is not the content so muchas Kiwanis Birthday County Court's

retired Montgomery three up and the ideas of structure: and dis Calendars Listings Concluding: SessionThe County-WideWCCine
three down in the seventh to win covery. ) j

their first game 8-6. Th. pupil is challenged to look Are Now Available August term- of county:
Saturday morning found the for relationships patterns clues '
court. Judge Joe Dan Trotman
Equaws back on the road to Panama and to draw logical conclusionsfor The old familiar Kiwanis birthday
concluded
City for a game on field three himself. Modern math textbooks calendar are again being presiding Wednesday Set For
afternoon after three days session.In 13
with Panama City.It have areadbeen adoptedby .sold by. members in one of the the final day John Pryor Program Sept. E Ew
is the activities of
interesting to note at this the state for Junior high principal fund-raising plead guilty to a worthless check-

time that Panama City's team was and senior high grades and mod- that organization. charge and was ordered by. the '
runner-up in the atate tournamentheld ern arithmetic for the elementary. roceeds: derived from the pro- Wnrnlnjf -To Whom -
the
Judge to repay check paya Sponsored '
in Pensacola The grades wiU be adopted in February used In the Kiwanis num- by the local Lions
recently. ject are $50 fin and costs In the c.*..I I It May Concern and Kiwanis clubs '
a county-wide
winners. Tallahassee of this school Bernice worthwhile communlty and J
are going to year says eious also chargedwith
John Pryor was
the world tournament in Omaha. Caswell Director: of Instruc- charitable projects. disposing of property under Water ..", pl.. taken teem program Into against polio. will be put
The Squaws the tion. The calendars, which give birthdays effect Sunday, September 13.
were again nolle Ch.ctawhatchee Bay and sub
and the
trust case was when
the Sabin vaccine will be
visitors as they were in every throughout the coming year. pressed by. County Prosecuting ", Itt.d to the State Beard .f given at six central
came played and scored in the are attractive and provide an easy attorney Paul Thompson. Ai1' Health Laboratory for batvrlologleal .. the points over

first inning. Bonnie Bonner got Hiway 98 Widening way of keeping up. with your A charge of asault and batteryagainst ; analyst. Indicateraw This county.vaccine Is dropped on a I

grand slam homer in the third Began Last Week neighbors'- birthdays and anniver E. I*. Thomaaon was nolleprossed. ..wag* being. dumped Into' cub. of sugar and taken by mouth.
boosting the Squaws' score to 8. saries. tho bay.Tharo.
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There
is
: no shot and no bad taste.
In the top of the sixth the Squaws Widening and resurfacing a 5.' Birthdays aa well as wedding A charge of posselon of doe will bo an lnopo.tli Following Is a letter- from Dr.
'I. needed 12 runs to win. 11 to .tie and other anniversaries are listedon : T. J. Grimes was mad of all h.", .. bordering. on
mile segment- of U. S. 98 between deer againt E L. Huggln' president- of the
calendar.A
the
A tremendous bunt of spirit enabled tho bay and. Ita contributor. .,
postponed.Will Walton County Medical Society
Walton line :
Destin and the county of
number
them to come up with runs considerable C. Albert was tried and t .. to condition. .f ..ptle tan..it a "Dear Parent:
they began last week according to the worthwhUe gifts and price reductions of and. drain field, Raw ..w... ..
u lit that innlnf. However were Road found guilty of possession w "As a doctor I have seen Polio.
State
Department are made available by advertisers ._ .. .
In tho ladangorouo
unable to the needed fenced being dumped bay .
produce runs District Three Road Board calendar. moonshine and sea sees u i nav seen u paralyze young
the t.'h
in the seventh and the game end- member William T. Mayo. of Tal- Orden on for calendars and listings pay a tine of $123 and costs.Hubert 1 ytr and lethe children, crippled parents, take the"breadwinner"
health .f the publlo.If .
ed with the score Panama City F. Hutchlnson plead out of action
Uhassee said the $318,323 projectin may obtained from any member oontlnwoo. the will
17 and the Sqaws 11. Another failure to have his this bay ,
guilty to squander life savings and disrupt
Okaloosa county: includes widening here- at the Ilerald-Dreeze.
or have t bo aloood, for the .
oytrIndustry.
these evelen control and was
interesting point here vehicle under family harmony Also. I have seen
the 20-foot roadway to sell for and .
Calendars $1.0O .knowing of
runs were th most scortd on Pan- 1 fined $50 and costs. 7 Any one death from Polio. W* must respect -
provide two 12.footrattlc: lanes. each.
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ama City throughout their entire Ward Ridge Construction Company listings are 25 cents I Robert Grayson. charged with, any raw sewage being dlapod' this. dreaded disease. By tak'Ing .
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possession of of .r dumped ,Into the Choetawhatehoo
and
season. drunkenness the vaccine we hope lo conquer
Inc.. of Port St oJe has been .
ito oantrlbutarloa
The Squaws had a brief periodfor moonshine plead guilty to the Bay or Polio.
awarded the contract and will -
rest, 11:5: to 2:19. before meetIng drunk charge. and was fined $25. ploaao notify. tnl ."'.e "We want and entire
have 180 working days to complete James Nolan Adam., son of at ...... If correction. I le notmade. you your
Phenix City at 230.: By this: that project. I The possession charge was dis Walton County Commissioner and family. to take the Polio ..('CI *.
action will' b taken.
legal
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time both teams had lost one game Highway 98 through Walton missed. Mrs. Frank Adams of Rt. 2, Laurel against. tho violator.Rpoctfuly You take It by mouth on a simple',
each and the loser of this game: aunty has already. been widened Johnny Rhodes plead- suilty: to Hilt was granted the Master of sugar cube. Then ar* no needle I

would be eliminated.A and repaved. contributing to the delinquencyof Education degree by. Auburn University 1- Prank. J. Boowoll. Sanitarian or bad tast. Thla program Is very
stiff wind was blowing across, a minor and was sentenced to on August 2. Mr. Adams Walton Health expensive and w* ask for a simple
field one as the Squaws' I lead off, pay a fin. of $10O I or serve 30 received his Bachelor of Science County Department. contribution of 78e or mon per

batter stepped to the plate and Braves Football days. in county ,Jail. degree from Florida Slat University person to help defray the coat

the game was on. In 1959.Walton. I of supplies. You will be the judge
The Squaws were hitting weU Team Gets Towels Astronomical Club UuslneSRes To Close of your. ability to contribute and
and scored in regular succeselon.:: a box will be provided' for your'
Bonnie Bonner homered with no The Walton county: QuarterbackClub Visits. Radio LaboratoryTh Menus For Labor Holiday contribution' We feel that you

one on and a procession of runs purchased towels this week Sept. 8.11TuesdayMacaroni will contribute what you are a hi*.

neabled the Squaws to come up for the entire Walton Brave football I Walton county Astronomical Labor Day. September 7, beingn Pleas do not stay horn because

with 8 runs to Phenix City's 3. team for the coming football Club visited the Radio Astronomy and che*..' national holiday., and one of you. cannot give.

An even briefer rest period of. season. The towels were purch.o.ed1oc.113" : lab at Florida State. Unlverlily and spiced ham slices, hot dogs, those day approved aa a holiday. I ""You may. h.... had Polio shots
less than an hour was enjoyed. by on last Tuecday.W and may have some protection.
: English peas and pimentos, grapefruit here by the Walton county Cham- .
all before meeting Atlanta to play This. is the first of many small C h-1 J 12 members attendingthis and peaches, playboy: couk- i..-, of Commerv. moat busin' .*** However you can still be a "car
off for third place. The "winner", projects the Quarterback Club i session, and would Ilk* to ,ie,. rolls, milk.Wednesday will be closest for the day, rier" of the Polio virus and can
Jack UtU
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., of this. game would 50 on to play. ../Ill attempt during the coming thank Tax Collector.' Fried chickenall Mrs. Pat lottr. secretary "f Infect others. It requires manyhouaands

Panama City to determine which year. based on the budget which end .J D. Wooten. Jr.. for chauf- ( ), rice ..n(1.v,.. green 'beans, the Chamber of Conmrc tolls of dollars to treat

team would face Albany for the will depend- mostly on funds CLYDE A. LILLY, JR. tiring us- over John and Baldwin County for Superintendent the- fruited J.Uo, rolls" butter milk. us practically all business house Polio. We now have a vaccine

championship.After through subscription for member- Thursday.-Ravioli and mt' v 111 be closed un that day. which offer the boat protection
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playing a hot. hard game R. I* Pulley., president of Gulf use of his car. frtwen butter w* have over' had against this
hamburgers
I In the ship.The Power announced Saturday Arriving at Tallahaaae about sauce, dreaded' dlaoa**. Everyone: moat
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morning ana tiring game club kicked off their membership Company, beans, candled sweet potatoes, JOHN B. ODOM '
0.30.: we paid a brief visit to the
Just prior to this third game of drive at their first meet- that Clyde A. Lilly Jr, willbecom. cake with chocolate! Icing, sesame the vaccln
1r .. the day U. Squaw* were almost 1 tug ,,last Thursday night at thehut executive, vie president of rsu library, after which we. wen Md rolls" butter milkWlaay . Mr. John Edward Odont. 87. "Ptoaa take advantage nf this'
*" mat t ud.n., -nt by
ertu4e.e .ate' '.t wonderful opportunity. It U moat
ted."The same pl.yerbad restaurant ttwcompawy. Rsp : Hawbur ... t> M Mt away Wo tno ll4a.y ahIn,
".- Ut""' tct..i fnC" grCduato atu*>. ""- $ t. l t .
"nr l'eA .. 1k.d ''''er.nt that M ,
a
reared'one: game the night before Past members are urged to forward I. In oauare* and potato alirka.tofnaUMX I Columbus Oa. M,. Odom wan I .t"7-
enl majoring astronomy.It
-,plus two hot Kama In a row. Although their 1964 dues as soon as native of Dallas. Tex but currently led to the radio observatory and lttuc*. whole' corn, native "f Houalon *......,. .Ala, family lee* Mu I vaccln You may" n
us
the Squaws cored first I possible and new members' may residing In Devon, Pa, Lily and showed our group thecomplex strawberries: and cake roles togo and had lived In DeFuniak sip rinfs l Met this. v*.e
1 with Bonnie and Mary Bonner Join the club by sending In ".00 come. to the local utility front facilltle Especially& Interesting with fish). milk. for Ih* &past four yr. noon. September. 13tn. from t rii_
t hitting home runs,.their supply of for membership to Quarterback the Baldwin-IJma-Hamllton Corporation was a recording of the .'rlor'o moving. to DoFuiiiak until 3 P... at any of the following

energy was low and a rested At- Club. P. O. Box 544. DeFuniak of Philadelphia manufacturer radio emmlsion from the planet f'%' t. Al.. If. Evans: Springs. Mr Odom had lived. In Walton station High:Lunch

lanta walked of with a 9 to 4 Springs, Fla. of heavy industrial. equip Jupiter. AawJcnnl. Headquarter lied Hay. for 43 year. Tivoll High Lunch Rosen Room
victory thus eliminating the will be ment. Survivors Include six
Your membership card We observed the ft Inch retractor dauxhUrs. i
Squaws from the tournament.The mailed. The Braves schedule appears Berne his affiliation& with this telescope atop the building. Staff Sergeant Al.. If. Evans.aon . Mrs. A1tbaKht" Mr. Walton County Lunch Health Dept.Frport .

members' of the Squaw. on the back of card. Th. firm Ully had been employed by After eating at Morriaons's Cfe- of Jess J. Evans. 3O8 Twelfth Klhol: Day. Mrs Ion WYxids all Patton City Hall Room

tournament team including the club will elect officers for the Ute General Electric Company forover torts we spent an hour In the .&.. has been aaalgned to Headquarter of Columbus. Oa. Mr. B, C. Glendale School Ifouso
four added players. from the Alabama coming' year at the next meetingon 18 years. Starting In 1948 asa state capitol on a fin guided tour Company.. lit Special I ChMlnut, of Thomaston. <1*.. Mrs. "A eonant for cash child
slip
Eagles: Pat Wt... Ruth Wise Thursday night September' 3.a test engineer! In Ute O-E plantat before returning; to DFunlk, Force Group. hi Special' A. Strickland of For..... O*, 3 month through 18 of
Tommie Sue Ammons. and LnvettSansom the Hut restaurant beinglnnmg Philadelphia h* progressed. Spring I on Okinawa. rorc-'I 1.1. Mrs. Aim lluwora of Pnno be years agemust .
completed and signed
Deeded to fill out their at 7.30: pJB.Mr rough: various positions, mainly -WQ'lle Wooian Special' Fotc** wer ',** LLnnl; two son. E. A. Oda vaccine be . Th. DOr
can given. slipbelow
roster to the accepted' 20. their connected' with th* design engineering Rportr., the Department of the Army to of Melbourne. and I. E. Glom of
be used
but
position' and batting averages and ale. of electric generators Funlak Springs 43 graitdchil.diim. I mar please
4 *. Bin ShulU provld" In time of war a unit ; bring It when to tat
_...: Bonnie Bonner. center field; Took Photographic eoa.... and other heavy electrical through which the Army. ran develop 13$ great grandchildren, .... "1NCn.. This .U you moot.com Important.'
.871: Belly Llndsey. moving abort apparatus until nand managerof W...... CotmtjrCoamaiiuUty and employ, gwfrlll ..,- 21 treat great ...ndehIW'.... .1 Other slip will be on hand al

.838; Voile Aid catcher. 6..; Mrs. Marion Shultz. 310 Circle the generator. nginrlng Cbaab.r of C..II far fore. against the enemy In Furto-ral. servk wr. .onductWwdnowlay the Polio Station

Oennjr Crocker, pitcher and third Dr.e.! has completed an Intensive large steam turbine generator de Cml.B/Sr support of military. opIIftU..t. ..I! morning. at ll.-OO: Sincerely.

bane, .800; Mary Bonner. second two week-long cows' at the Win- partment chenectady, New Yorkin s. &. -.s..t.. 10 Sergeant r........ s |,>.r,onn.l lsrclalUt resins the lied Hay l tbytrtnchunn. E. U Ifugglns.. M. D. President.
baa and short atop, .7X3' : Evelyn on*. Indiana. School of Profe- I960. ntrd the "Army In.N' with... the ft... Tammy Walton County Medical Society
Vrocksmlth. first bash ....; Tom s'onal Photography, and has re Following graduation In 1941 II* was last stationed al FortUragg l r.tl .... Sue Ammons. left field rovtnc ceived. special' certificate of from Texas A at M College with Sept. 2-Gro Tl>iaail> Garden N. C. a lowed. In the Hod& flay OmoUry.

short and third base. .357: merit from the school. a BJs. daises In Mechanical! EnC Club-4.18.: Evans la a It JO graduate of ,. Clary. Fun rall Ham wo in Walton Men In

"Dick" Boland. short atop O4O;:;I Th eours featured the fundamentals glnowrlng. UHy served in th* U. Deruntak 3Mrs1:--. Walton High SchooL charge of arr...--ta. Service

Madolyn Douglass, pitcher .373. ;: of successful portraiture 8. Army for some 33 month asa Sept.! ->0y School P.TA-OO.:
Pat Wile rUht and left field. Including cornet" lighting and field artillery officer. If* was I'axtoa. Mssins_7384)). BIIIKTH AND HKJICTH I First Method.. Cn.rn Now -
AGO; tVovett Sansom. third base. posing of subjects method of discharged In IHS with the rank Sept. 7-L..nr Day. cnaplj and ROBERT D. PULLUM

.70; Ruth Wise second' base correcting facial defects; correct of major. 'I Uusint**** CIoMd.H. The Bquar Dane; Club ls still ".Y. Lan*den O.r""**". f **tr Sergeant Fin Clan Robert' D.

w4OO. Fay' Gulls right field. .400.< trncslnT and printing* and negative During his long association with' Aaddktte : open I* new .......a-n. Wet : Neat ttuwtay. will mark the beginning Pullum./ son of Mr. and Mr*. WUlm .

Twelve borne runs were hit lathe nt.. uchlnc. the: General Electric Company he Paxton City CouncU-JIM.DFunlak : several more couple* In ord.rIt of a now church school) D. Pullum DeFuniak Springs.
Women's Division six of completed various executive. Uon*-7" start a new. claa. *. If Interested. peer Of special In'--..' will to* e.....pJ..... a 13-._k .ngtnowrnulpm .
them by the Squaws Bonnie Bon Ing and advanced mm t'.ln-1 S 8 Paxton City E1cUonItalnbow la th In introduction" **")! tnabt.*....... Course at
Two .. ,...... r vt. call TW 8-4311 or earn '" of U nw Uur*-
ner. 3. Mary onawr. 2, Versie" .....-.Arc.> .... rrurss and developed a Girl*--1" National Guard Armory Halur-' lure for tb* CI J4nIa.a DtvUAun. the Army Engineer: School Ft.0tvoir .
Ant 1. Deruntak should certainly knowledge and acquaintance with KJwani*-12.18. ..,. night at 7JO; P m. I, now distend. lab two aw ol*. V*, August 38.During .

*. aeavd of their team who play Secretary of Slat Tom Adams th* operation and personnel of IWta SigsM rhl-$J80. W* hep everyone will 1 b* present .,.,tm..c.. the oourv Krgent Pul-

elwi ban and d has ajmotmoad the ts..annuls. Gulf Power Company and othertectrtc C of C. Board-7 0. and Join In the fun this ruturday Th.r. are the ,*-......l .*. ... aecnilred. a working knowledge -

IMlrriAsol and unity throughout. the stnertng of John Creel a* a mimber .. tttlllU comprising the 1Mpl. .ramatlla. Garden Club. night. ilefteshsr.nt. will b* I*rtrnent. Mrs. Cesium llolUng of ......tJ n and malntenno -.

,oarltssaeeL Tbe player are to of the Walton County Development Southern Company .,.ttftft. Sept. |ft-Walloa P.T.A-77M. ......... worth, Superintendent" and the *oT .gaaalhi. and diesel *n-.
be .ovate' 4ed. for their hard Authority and of Mt*. With' his wife Dolor*. a native 'teach Garden OCub -j..8O. fvmonlary, dporun. Mn. Gor-. 1 giAo. air romproaoor. traitors. ,

.ar* and tb* tremendous effort It: Hugh Adams a* a maailiii of of North Dakota and their three Magnolia a...... CJtd -'rJOO. CANO Or. TMAHK8V .10..... CbW. .....,In.........,. grader* and "*... hwl. 1

oak to play four game ta twomy the District I Board of Social Wai- children. 17; Gil. !I': and Paaton P.T.A-II- W. want to *.."... our alneer Jew Walden. .U. Ih* Youth DtvUttnn A 188 gradual *f W.1tCIihJc"
*. ..... of which were pteyedmm 1 far*. Clyd II) the new Gulf fVwertxecutlve IAdMe De"f'I'( f7 a. thank ta *U these who h.'lM Suporintndnt and aU L. ........ he attondMl Ifuntlngdon

th* .... day. and all ta a row.' experts to t.bUh a bs so essay way. In our ber_v.. "UrN. Jr U the Adult Dtvtk Con**}* .aa Montgomery.

.The Squaws are appreciative of MOTICI t horn. .in Pensaeola In the nrfbtur __., and. for th* many graclou* h..ln.......,.'.
fee opportunity they had t* putieIpete Office of the Fanners Rom Administration *. CL08INO MOTrCKTb aa-praaslnns' of sympathy.. Jack iJlll .U the General HOLIDAY NOTteatUimaay

la the first Southeastern win b* rlcnil Mon W* wet to also ..pr ** our Church 8kh ul. Sut.ri.lndnl.Th '
Xarvtettonal Tournament and have C.". September 7. 184 a legal Mrs. Raymond. Bulger. and Mir Courtnouao will .. An.ad basin far the lovely' flowers, and. ) r. to a good stasis for o,*'I7't fseHmhr ,.... 184

Mrs of returnina neat 3"'IU. holiday. This' aenomteasm. ... eaves Am Inflnawr were. visiting" 1 all day. Mnatday, Sep1 r- '. to all those who alp' In so many. ,'"* and. evvryon. I* teethed. lo Labor Day being a Legal. Holiday

Their. thanks ar* *xtrnd. ..d to the from. county supervisor. Henry Z.Teotr.y. NtovriU with ...... W.,... Bulger". L* or 0.,.. .bla. a lojml t.rdqhrwsgirsest way H wee .*greatly .ppr..ltoff.Tbo Sunday lUftonl.. nl ........ ,. .to the- .!*.. *f Florida. the basks

!seer Alabama Eagle whoa.. a*- .n* day lt ..... the ...... J. F. lmrU Family 'Th OffUUI iwr4 will mtlueMttey In DohaAaIl'Ift Fla. wflla4

...M-.. enabled them to win thetrsBSiy ., noin b.r t tor She sea bo open' tea the transaction
.f buolaasotna' ......
and return bra with guLer' nvmthlr. ......1.... ov .
...... And they ar* wry. .......i y Jono* I* the hoard CJa.a.,...... CaY rtan 8Ma4 sUaJgnrt

..> flea smerchants who contributed 0..... fr the Church wide. National IJianII

far b* jiuntiass: of a. uniform. petrol lea*. boon .*.. Th. lvUval
.... were. by far the beat- tooktmt will b. held P.pt-sobs" _-14 mortem' ?,
A wrriMt' C'v- w" .,
at the tournament.Staff with the Per, W..tUt AlWitlonKM "tt
I D*...... L.bb.. Kv 178) be
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hM Theed aiS. IM1 "
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tMl. Sunday. aUrvlrov
i .....*.... *rxf. Mrs llkv.w * *. tarn .... AU tnsnbe.a, andvt.ftinp
a-49 Church aWnoot.
s am. )
C. Owen and three rnUdren. Lair. itfetk.eis halerssl t .Inn.tad. .
HIM. am. MomlnaWr hl..
awe Stanley and Haby are 334 Youth Choir. IUb. .
1 ......... her moUMT. 101" Ruby r'a' soL PJM. *r- r ML WW",. w. M.Squaws .

..>.rs.r. llertane and ..... O.ew.bees. .ft* p. Methodist Ylh FoU I. T. J..... a. 1IN7. ,

retnrnd base a-tt Air jo.hlp..

e. .tiea ..... b the ignlttppl..a, 7-00 pass Evening: 'Wrhlp.MOTICB Weather Repart '
11te1r WID nwb.r .. .-.a.-t a1AffiM1

A.J'B Y I6.bral'n. Tbrlturn. $laW IIRds Lo .MaMA25
La.rea s Owner w1I' rwaainLtea A Regular. Cawwwdstlo. ., .. ,M. ll

wHfc M* grand MiTher. and] Nt... tlrWIc Lodge) ... 188 ,111 N n. ,.
aMand tile wa11w.Oka;...va Ja- will... held<< 8tttrdy nlgM. aWv.. M M'N

jar CT1. .** aa Vahjarsn. Mte... ..... ... Awe w adAti-as r...... TlwT bee new. lesaa. wen :eSAL. a.. U RarAiU. of d.fuss. ... ..... Col**, eastu..wd J. <<:1 .. as 1 .m. AU P sanst I .i nodvlotimg = M

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of lAb Walaax fla, ra hs weu. aD .rout clskd east -..I the 2)64-43 war by o-t Fred I I ssils. am I...ea. __ '.h.A ...... act be pM....t vAwthe vttoH M 71

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Wilbur Kelly, Pastor :"i" . .,.. .
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Pastor Orris Miller f; acw&c 'e-IU aD :' .

Santa Rosa Baptist Mission ; ....7&1: _. J
Rev. Marvin Taylor .. ,
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First riesUjleflan Church: .
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Carole Drive-DeFunlalt spa* Via .: ::
Oayle W. TIanDt. Minister ':> .:> : .

CNllls Presbyterian Chapel '", ".. . .. . '. .. ." ',," ,....,,' ,\>. ,' .
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Freeport Presbyterian Church ,
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CUendsle Presbyterian Church ,
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Ver. Oeorge MUam: f :ff1fi', .:vr ..!

First. .....1IId Church' ". ;. 1.,... .. yp4 . .. 'of jm r. .
.Cerate Dra... West .. ., 'bIJ', <(. .
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Waslay Memorial Methodist .
C. C. Colvln .. '' '
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Methodist Church: r .", .,C'i". .
J. D. RenlroeBr ....... ....=.
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J J. SnodgraasAJavua'Center -. (' I

Ridge Methedlst .i: i ) e .. '.' .I!''.
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Bprtngj first BaptistUvecafc
Eleventh Street. .{oj\i(". : .1' 'ft'; -,
W. O. WlUham Pastor. .v.d P"" xy..1 ntiah +v ti' !f'' il 1T

East: Baptist Church' ;,;

"a -Richard MYteta Bloodworth A..-....Pastor..'CMs.ar ;.I ,. : ...1.. ..4. .1 .,.." .., 'A. ry ,I;: tSli. t. .
W:'..aMWaWel Avss... ,.. . .
11.v. Wilbur. F. Cotton PastorNHtteld ,

BapUst OMIMIIJUT. : ....Y1. ,
OlSttQaakin _ ., . -l'.
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kepttet CMseek .
W. L. Clark. Pastorht..artp iiu -

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Bagtiat Cawrek
C. tester Weekly, Pastor

Oaskln South Baptist Church There isn't much music coming-out- of that horn.. But cr.: .1.1., : :CTJ* ;.?-' THE; : CHURCH FOR ALL. . '" .

Rev. Tucker ApUnOleadale ,'" "' thin: this little fellow is making plenty of noise. "' .? ALL, FOR. THE: CHURCHThe '

Ckoreh .., : Church Is the greatest factor:
J. D. Birmingham Baptist Pastor ;1:.. If It happens to bo Sunday morn1n."hea the family sleeps late, this on earth for the building of character % ''il

sturdy musician isn't going to'receive mtielf t>raise. His lungs are strong., and Rood citizenship. It Is a storehouse *

LIm. Stone DapUst Church though, and he's going to sit"'and"tootthat trumpet until Mom or of spiritual \alues.Without astrong ;
Rev ConWack. Pastor Church, neither democracy: "
Dad takes it away from him. AA '\
nor civilization cn survive. There { a '
Mew Rut .7 Baptist duarerRev. ,
.tiI\ Ian th XlcklUhter :i. s + All of his playmates are at Sunday'School,' sa you really can't blame are four sound reasons why every r .r -
r .. person should attend aervkes regularly ,, ,
Oak 0...., Baptlet Ckureh : him for trying to while away the hours.'Unfortunately. his parents and support the Church.They ..

Kenneth. Waole PastorPaalon .'. haven't got the Church-going habit, BO'this boy will probably grow up like 'are:((1))For his own sake.((2))For his *

Baptist C utah .. them and sleep away the hours in which he could be getting spiritual' nour- children's aake. ((3)) For the sake or +
Charles Kerby, Pastors his
community and nation. ((4)) For r
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"' =N lRlys epua"dunk the sake of the Church itaalA which
n.,. James Kinchin .f You\v '. a : t P23 1= Gabriel."Wake"them!' up to their ro!'pon- needs his moral" and material rapport. ., '
Plan to go to church regularly and ;i,
Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church sibility!
Rev. Floyd OarrettBev. .:' read your Bible daily ,

''...'aq' aUNd CtsreL .
T. R. Padgett .5 Ceeyrlati 1M*i Keietar AoVertUtnc Soviet,laa. .Stn fcurc.Va. -

'aatMk4. irWt CMssit m .vF C a ti -- ., -,-- M
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c.... ....... 3f/ Sunday Monday Ttwaday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday'
Robert Kch.skaox Daniel Dante> Luke Luke _Matthew Matthew Fftalma -
PPastor
8:15-10: "9:16" 1:8-19 1:: G-23 17:1-8 18:7-14 18:1-11 tt
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......... ....... a.... .... AI&bn7 Tvdd These RcK-bus Messages lIeiICiPIWisW Each Week in IheJ DeFuniak Herald Spoiisordbv .i*

ssakr et ... tar.a, '1 ." ,.. ..

J. W. Lt1af. li"r J Following Interested l IfldividieIsIiIIusiueSsEstabIishmenIs **

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Pat1 W. ..s.. Wkltkar Akr. at OM Veteran's GmaCompany Fisher Hardware Co FIA er's" Pharmacy> ., Quality Ster4 wT.. Charles Bf. Preeco i:r t. : :

A GOOD HARD W AM t Ef011t . ..... ..
Wes >r A.reky se ... wt r -Ull..ca NuTINO'IT .
Cary Richard -1Qutwt BURNS QAt-CALC UeTT11 :t" 4... i.,
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Harold' BoUth.Bprlaga 1 Pastor+Baptist Ckslpi K'Co. SI11AL ............ .. '.... : "'....

.lead Baptist ........ Comander Funeral RJvard Chevrolet* .. a .. .
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N a.n.a. Peoples Water Service n.-a- Furniture Co. Home '- C .rv R !" :t,1 ,
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AI. BapttstBtaaley Ja.Ioa .1 :1.
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and Mrs. John AdlUson -- Students enrolling In Chipola -
daughter. Ellen and daughter-tn- for the coming semester are Bud-
laW; Mrs, J. W. Adkison left Wed- dy Cotton James Smith and Jim
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hfesday for Cleveland, Ohio, where Bishop. Cosnty Ajrttnfa Notes
they will attend the Pentecostal Mrs. Mattie Lou Wesley Mrs.
Assemblies of Jesus Christ Con- Ilene Bralzle and Mrs. Hazel D u-
ference for four days. ghette returned Friday after hav- Oscar :Harrison I
Rev. and Mrs. Raymond wick- ing attended the Southeastern
ersham and family of South Carolina Conference of the American Pub IJ
have been here visiting Mr. lic Welfare Association in At- -1.PIeri" ..-
and Mrs. R. Smith. lanta. FSAL
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FARM STORED ORAfN lesser train borer granary weevil
It is corn harvesting time in saw-toothed grain beetle. ,
Walton county. Most of 12.000 2. Results are long lasting. AI
acres i planted to corn In Walton, single treatment will last one I
county will soon be harvested for full season. Some users report sat-,
grain. Changes in our grain eco- Isfacory protection for a miicjj!
I omy, with Increased emphasis on longer period. I
All FIRST QUALITYGORGEOUS storage at the farm level have 3. Malathion is relatively safe AUTOMATICS
I given lidded importance to the to handle It Is used extensivelyas
protection of grain stored in relatively a home garden insecticide. It
small bins. Treating grainas in an insecticide not a fumlgant. 'a'- DRYERS
It comes In from the field for Naturally, strict attention must !
torare can eliminate a wealth of be paid to label directions, but it rp
..P problems:: later on when Infesta- does not require the extreme precautions , ;
tion causes damage which only which must be taken I WRINGERS
expensive counter measures- can with all fumigating products. This E
correct.: makes It especially suitable for
One of the most effective in- on-the-farm-use. I
rectldes for protecting stored grainon 4. Cost of use on grain is, unbelievably
the farm Is malthlon. As a low, 1-4 cents pet BIGWIG CAPACITY
57 percent emulsifiable liquid bushel or less.
malathlon applied at proper dos- A little malathion goes a long, r
age levels will keep grain Insect way. ."
NEW free for a full season. While it CATTLIMEN ELECT O"e.R& ,MULTI-CYCLE -
will not'eliminate' completely the -
need for fumigation it'will post -Johnnie Hugh Drake warei PUSHBUTTON '
pone the Initial need and prolong Cd President of the: FALL FABRICSVALUES the time between the applicationof Cattlemen's Association at'.ttoeL
fumlgantt.Malathlon. annual tour andfclunckon
Plus Water Saver As Low As
as a protectant on tecently. Jim Keaepetiwaoeelaet"
farm-stored grain has certain State Director ArttnHfcrt>lExe.' control -rustproof-!'. r
rpeciflc advantages: 1. It kills all cutive Secretary oLte.9Mt.Ca' ; Lint Remover $1 .9'
3
major grain pests. The red flour tlemen's Assoclatoinldi4l ,_ Safety Lid And
beetle Indian meal moth confused many interesting Udrigs.4batsba r They AreDependable
69C flour beetle, rice weevil flat been brought \aboua bj% tte. (Uat
TO '1 YD. -grain beetle- rusty grain beetle Organization! B Per Week

Ninth Grade Student aACRKO HAftS"r."Q + i t- - If - - I- -

Need Social SecurityFlorida's t.
The fifth Sunday t-Singjiig'vwm 1
NEW ULTRA BLEND PRINTS grade held In the City llvCretvUw, MAYTAGWork
ninth student Sunday
August, '0/+tilapng.w
B0% AvrH, B0% cotton. 'Idaal for dresser, blousa and wllll need a Social Security card called to order byath.ehatrteati,' .
spot liwaar. _ _ this year according to John V. J. A. Chesser, leading.threw'song*..
Carey,I District Manager of the'anama Introductory lessonJed i''by'' Wi O
City Social Security.. Of- ,Thorns y; Horse
.;SOLID COLOR ZANTREL AND COTTONs fice. Carey- said that the Social Th following*leaders.led'three' HaloOfHeatWRltJGERS

80% Zarrfrol 80% cotton.Wash. '.. -... raabtantWOVEN Security Administration has songs each: Alley. Bass.-*.Willie .
finhTi agreed to cooperate with Mr. Nails. 11. S. Hall C. M..Headenon.
naodt BtHo Ironing.
no
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Thomas D. Bailey,'State Superintendent O. B. 'Hicks. J. K. Robinson.-Jets DRYERS
of Public Instruction, and< Davis. E, W. Cbasnberlin. Joe
GINGHAM PLAIDS will Issue Social Security cards Lunday, J. M. Tell Bar$.HBarn-* Models\
to all ninth grade students need- Mil: J. D. Marshal,*W. A.. Me Multi-Temp
94 and 4Wru wlda. H.nd..... now dark tone plaids. A rig them. Cowan, Dan OUmore, D. 1:. Fair,;
fino fabric that stays crisp and fresh looking. Carey ,explained that the program child John Donner/ Miss Glenda From i
: of Issuing cards to ninth Kelley, C, D. La Ira,-Bob Barnhlll} dry all fabrics fast-safe .
COLORFUL ''SPORT DENIMS graders. In Florida was started C. D. Edwards, J. C. Edwards,: ... $1 35 at low temperatures.
last year. The State Board of Mrs. Edna Deesa. O. W. Cook" '
Instruction has found the W. I!. Costa Less to Operate
'Matching toHd colon and (trip**. A faUonabl favorite Public Phelps Mrs Opal Cook 3.
far*......_..... aaearatot, draporta ..,..... .... Social Security number to be most W. Merltt. Danr,Mclaod.t.idts. elate astss
........... helpful to them In their record James Padgett .and Miaa.4 Ile Per Week 115 or 230 Volts
.,. Keeping operation' Sine Ute, Aptiiw: majority of the ninth grade students Single, closed/with.I prayer. *b;
will soon require a Social In. S. naiL .:*I
CARP'S OWN Security card for employment, the J. ,A. Chesser. Chairman 11 NO PAYMENTS
Social Security Administration O. W. Cook. Arranging TRADES TERMS
has agreed to assign an account .1
Washable Flannel number to them noW. CASH .Foe LAT.can. .'-. TILL OCTOBER
Parent are advised that students .' 18&' models up..wEuterD ,
will need to complete an and Miami'maslita: !!
COMPARE, application for the account num- you have a used car to will .u
199 ber., Carey feels that parents ot James Hussey. TX .421I-a..
AT 2.2t YD. these atudenta ahould assist themIn till 5:30 p-m. 11.11':. J Bargains ;Jfii Departments
obtaining the account number. I I .

'If. a .beautiful wasKabla. fabric bland wMi... .... Application may be obtained'office at FOR RENT FURNISHED Af
your local Social Security 3 large rooms with!bath. 904 W.
oft touch of wool . nil to ando
to wear Panama City or If you live 10,000BTU Air Conditioner Barbecue Grill
In ; Park Ave.. Ph. TW -9131.
free of .... In of plaid
a variety young should
outside of nay county you I
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with ,tolldt to coordlnata.EAUTIFUL I obtain your application through Ja
I sour teacher during the first weekIn $229.95 $190.00 13.95 <9.95
school. COMPLETE LINK
Carey went on to say' that students -
ZENITH HIARINO-AIDS/ 1-23" Console Television :
will be asked to furnish ..8,000 BTU Air Conditioner
AND BATTIRIK. TO PIT
DRIP-DRI specific identifying Information 279.95 199.95
I such aa data of birth, age plateof ALL MODEL *4KAftlMOAIDS 199.95 165.80 1
birth parents name (Including 1-Stereo Hi-Fi record !
COTTON PRINTS player
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mother a maiden name).Sine this KINO'S )CALL STORE
Information'must be accurate he 5,000 BTU Air Conditioner 339.95 219.9S!
VALUIS TO 49c feels that parents of ninth traders .
159.95' '
L.e.Iy, N.v Ir..h .' I, 49 C tan save time and confusion by 11..0/0/ Discount'on all Beach
.11. wwi.r, ai ... /.E pet: YtI assisting their child In getting aSocial Items
....... I4MI 'et ...r Security card. 'Electric Waxer t

'w I) For Social further Security Information office at contactour 1113 CaswelirSPECLS.; : 29.95 15.95 20%/ Discount on all Electric! .

I Harrison Avenue Panama City faaa
.... Florida, (telephone 763.5331.) .' s
'-' -I i. lc>Waxer <"20%Discount: on all Ice'Chests

M-. 39.95 "29.50 .

ALWAYS f

FIRST ::51. in. x 41 in. x 9 in. "' 20% Discount: on all Revere
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: THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined President Eisenhower,, and Edwin G. Nourse .[ -- husband, Mr.+ J, P. Howell ot Del'un1ak .
I and Leon H. Keyserling. who worked for FAMILY I Springs; one daughter,
with TilE BREEZE President Mrs. Elizabeth Steffan of Tampa;
Truman. NOTEBOOK! J JH.'akill" two sons, Wilbur M. Howell ofPensacola.
Dei'unlak Springs, FloridaPublLsb.d Although the discussion was "extremly I Y MARY TROY and John V. Howell of LOO I

Every Thursday at brisk," Mr. Heller said, none expressed fear Consultant/ Tampa IatttttooooooUaooaoaaaaaolaaaoall'Ealum ; one sister Mrs. Orella* (

DeFunlak Spring, Florida that the economy might "overheat" this jon s A LaupMIn SU.I Corp I of the Glendale commu-

1- tomplete17 Coven Walton County Trading Area year, and in general- they agreed that the Canned cookery la the canny, nty; seven grandchildren, and .
From Alabama to the Gull of Mexico way to cook, no matter what] four great grandchildren.
Second-Class Postage. Paid $11.5 billion income-tax cut enacted in Feb- I the Mason. More than 1200 different -| Funeral services were conducted Guaranteed the cheapest way

H. C. STORMS, Publisher 1924-1083 ruary Is proving' effective. They also concur- available canned to the food .items are, Friday morning at 10:30 axn. if We need your business you need our service
I red, Mr. Keller said in the thought- that cooking up everything from, from the Chapel of the Clary
i HOWARD STORMS, Editor Publisher economic in beans to bouillabaisse. Funeral Home with the Rev. Change over to natural gas today be ahead of
growth
SUBSCRIPTION: the next year or two Whafa your canned food Langrton Garrison officiating. the Fall rush
will produce so much tax revenue that the .Q.f Here are nYe of the most I Burial followed In the Gum Creek
Walton and Adjoining Counties___$3.0O Per Year Government will have to do something other popular family qU..Uoa.:2 chefs : by Cemetery at Glendale. Clary Funeral Heating Cooking Hot Water
.Other ".60 Par Yaw roods, about canned Home was in charge of ar-
prevent Its acting as a drag. The possibilities 'find helpful and :answers you may rangements.

,Bible Vene they mentioned he said, were a further L Q. How long WIU eanssd *Change: over at LITTLE OR NO

And the eye cannot say unto the hand: I tax cut, increased Government spending A. food Canned keep foods
lndef cost to
keep :
have no need of thee: nor again the head and local governments.We initely. A rood general I Green Thumb Tips you

to the feet, I have no need of thee.-I Cor. notice that none of the possibilities canned rule for foods best la to use have 01 a

12:21 for spending all the money included using regular turnover once a Keep tabs on the cauliflower

oOo any of it to be applied toward reducing the 2., Q. Where year for ehoeJd example.I a tare beads.snowy If white you want at maturity them ,to the be DeFuniak Natural Gas

Two Widely Varying Philosophies national debt. A. them leaves should be pulled up

Everyone is saying that this year's presidential oOo-------- storage Almost la any, in place.a dry.Beat cool around read silver the curds dollar as sice.Fastening soon. aa they1

will be the Let's Have A Safe place avoid storage
campaign hardest fought Labor Day near steam pipes, kitchen the leaves In place,' Dept.
of modern times. That seems a certainty Labor Day Is a youthful Institution, as ranges, radiator. or fur ain't always easy and you may
.. need someone to help but tie
in the light of the characters and positions national holidays go. But its place In the .. Q. nac.la It safe te leave ... them together with raffia, strawor H. D. Banks, Mgr.Ph .
of President Johnson and Senator Gold- national life I secure and honored. It providesa ailed portions of cawed soft twine tightly enough to
foods In the keep off sun. but loosely enoughto TW 6-7241 Days TW
can after It : 6-3791 Nights
water. Both are politicians of the driving formal and well-earned salute to all work- Is opened T prevent collection of moisture :

r type and neither gives quarter when matters Ing people, within and without the unions. A. It I* safe to leave food and to allow air to enter. '
In the open can.
of power influence and principle are And this is a tribute that a-oe5- beyond the erate and cover, just ReII1C-aa -,

at stake. changing problems and controversies that you would any cooked
,
food. 30 DAYS IN SEPTEMBER! FAMOUSMCKESSON
Along with this a great many informed have to do with labor legislation and labor's .I. Q. Does damage to tfce set
aide ef ......
people think that the election may be the rights and privileges. feed la damasjedr a CM tae '

most historically important of the century. 'Too, Labor'Day has another special char- A. Rust, dente or label BEXEL
stains
have no effect
For in their view out of it could come acteristic. It gives most of us a three-day the contents of a can.on If

political re-alignments that would vastly holiday in this age- of the five-day work the If It can bul.leaks.... It however should be or

change the political; .complexion of the country .week. And millions of people take advantage discarded.

and determine for a long' time to come of it to journey In search of new'sights' and I L( Q. off What.la a tan sass made VITAMIN: SALE !

the course we are to take, both in domestic scenes, or to go again to favored vacation A. Tin cans are made of

matters and our attitude toward. world spots. Labor Day has become a day of fun, steel and aheeta out with covered a layerof Inside Today onl'rd.nticol extravagant peeple with a eegg.... Nasa s1 fer money pey exorbitant prices
affairs. relaxation and sports. pure Un. Cans are 99 for the ( fomwlas end. ejuelHy .. ullemlin Saay can t bey. at M price", two for one, er special
. .. ... . per cent steel.! i avlnat.. This big September sole .U proof of .thiel.. kssti up oed save en famous McKeHon, Bezel l!
ine Dig question nas to no witn wnat is Unhappily, however that bright prospect, Vitamins for the whole fawilyl Get a sac month?.....saeepn te take care or your needs until
called the mainstream of present-day American is not realized for an appallingly large MRS. ANNIE{ HOWELL March of 1965.You'll remember this September.. e1wm of eat Its messy yew saved on vitamintl

thinking. It is the question that in the I number of us. They are the victims of Labor Mrs. Annie-M. Howell. age 68, -

opinion of the conservative groups which Day's. toll of deaths and injuries. The mishandled passed away August Z,. in a vi PRICE OH ECONOMY SIZES BOTTLES FOR THE PRICE OF 1
make the dedicated hard-core of Gold- Tampa nursing borne. Mrs. Howell
up automobile becomes a killer of almost '
was a native of the Glendale community BEXa( MCKESSON
water supporters, the American people have warlike dimension. The toll of drown- and had been a residentof

not had. a chance to answer. They argue that ings- steadily mounts and ignorance or disregard DeFuniak'Spring for the past SPECIAL FORMUIAMMtOVED (ASCORBIC VITAMIN ACID)TABLETS c

the voters have not been given a clear-cut of the rules and precautions that are 48 years.Mrs. 7 I30 100'.
Howell I.la survived by her 110 CopeuIea(r ) a.-
choice between two sharply different philosophies essentil to .safe boating are big factors in NoWppJI RtO. j NOW

of government.. For the most part, flex l <'122 251m2'r;
this.The ...r..9 ..,..
their argument continues, there has been tragic part of it all is that the vast $ )9$480 Dck UtUt I A_

an excess of "me-tooiam" on the part of majority of these an other accidents are R.KS SAVE$4.71 i ALSO ,

Republican candidates, and this has alien totally unnecessary. They don't just happen I 250g.-l00

ated great numbers of voters and plyed into I
careless, thoughtless and uninformed human FtrbrhBtttlt
the hands of the Democratis. The upshot, as beings make them happen. If all of us CANDY-LIKE CHEWABLE MCKESSON s 249 I 211tt14 ,
it ha been the tuffs TABLETS FOR CHILDREN VITAMIN-1 _
they ace gradual develop this coming Labor Day period would use
ment of a welfare state government whichis just rudimentary caution wherever My i Jf. (O. d.Y" Wanea *MTobUto(''/*-."11 ) .CraUsflNt. HYDRO TABLETS 500 wg.AO'sItBMf
we *o _. I ,
-100't REf. NOW
not wanted' by a majority of our citizen. Ar' an liiiomnlacT Trya \e/
and whatever do you
we the expected accidenttoll Betael Bs I. NOW 49
$
wanted by a majority of our citiens. would be reduced spectacularly. How engage long in walk mild before sports bedtime or other, *J%* "OJLS 75 --_-__ $425 Ztstutshr 2 I 2S2.r

Next November should certainly tell how about it? activities. Warm baths sometimes $...-5 laclIstilmSAYE
much truth there Is or isn't In this position. oOo 3'nBut turn the trick: ; If not, > $3.7. Ed little -

The President and the Senate provide, in try a cool tub or shower. BEXEL ASo. !
What About the Veep The lmportanj.jhlng. how- B 25 SIB. -100'tNOW
their policies, about as broad a difference By now everyone what wanted to has hada ever, la not to fight Inaomnla. MPM .
iH F1r
as anyone could ask, That difference ex- chance to watch the ridiculous Accept It; phllo ophically, It RIAnnuwat plus- $ 12.
tends to every issue of real consequence.The spectaclesthat you must, but dont let it preyon I2S C.pdrs V'h wee appN sly!! 4p
are called National Convention, and by you. Don't Just lie there- Now / EI SBOtI )
Administration: holds that our intermingled which we pick the candidates for the do something about It. Get 1 "-100'i I
defense and foreign policies are high. up. Read. Watch the late-late "' Bfe.t1Ir1BmMI. NOW
est office in the world (and, 8 $3 IMttbnrtr
actually all =
sound and productive; the other side charges show. Perform a few simple ;2-
those who complained about the thing tak talks. $,250
timidity indecision and retreat and finds SUlSUI gsM BctIMBEXEI.
ing up so much time on television when they Strangely color bllaxt people -
grave defects-in our military programs. The generally have similar '
didnt
want to watch It, had a very simple facial characteristics.. Theyhave .
President Is unequivocally commtteed to
remedy they tell us you don't even have to a V-shaped IaN and Yip MTMMCIN6 MeKESSON.. BEZEL
the new civil rights bill{a'Senator Goldwater their close set. In MlTllaPO'lllCft
get out of your easy chair to turn off eyes are HIXII VITAMIN AND 'IRON T0HICiErnUUltt
voted against it-not bemuse ho opposes some general they are very Intelligent MO cwp.i.s _
sets-and while vro didn't watch a whole and their ranks Include) M. .....s- ..drat r.. very ..... ......
racial equality but, ,on constitutional lot .................i t..rb atB ..t..y t....-.
Johnson backs of either we didn't like a lot of eitherof many from specialized fieldssuch ....call,.a-IS..,...... un.......prt......
grounds. Mr. solidly major the convention. We didn't aa medicine and law: $641 .. ......a-/.."p.......
extensions of federal aid and relief projectsof Democratic like the way the Another mark of the. colorblind .11' ----""---- II so- ... ...so1M" .M we_i bet ..... .Me.tt. .

assorted kinds; Mr: OoUwator holds that Alabama convention refused to seat the persons, seldom Is an even dimposition to- c.--:.-=.-r..::.. ..:-::.::
and T Mississippi I 1 accredited given
these, generally, are wrong. in principle and duly delegates anger or deep fits of gloom. .. ....... ++.. wwa.w.r.r ot ....rfl..l ..
.ineffective and excessively wasteful In practice. and we didn't like the way they seated Incidentally, color blind or hit pLOm 1 ms. f M._.. a.. ......... :-..;.-:=::.':.: awl:.. --. bee
Im..e
The rights obligations and responnU two members of a totally unaccredited group not. you will never have occasion 11.1 v1.a.Gpa..Cliff.lets..ea..es.tfa.. .. II ..79.1wSLM.s.wSLM...+.M..
from Mississippi but then to feel. anger or gloom .
bllitles of the states are very precious to Ing bout Vice-IYenidential. we got to think. when, you trade at SERVICE 81.4.....s c.gtsa.... ... IUI._...._. _11' 1111111 __ % IFF
the Senator and he sees the increase of candidates. DRUG c 0 M P A.NY. Quality Ma. ...IL.....le.tl _.. .
to We know Sen. Humphrey is not known and friendly service) are our r B1rr M 9lg1 f.tagl t.........-..>...... c.I llpr vli oK, ....A.dN. ...M4 .......
federal power as a menace our very sys.tern for being friendly to the trademark For aU of your -: < ...=-1U9 'L..rttA..1 OfI-V.. .. ..... (stews.)
South but -.41mnp.n.r.dva..k.IIe.Y.i
of government. The :President "li.. tragedy If another medical needs make Service q.... .........-.................. > 5..-.paa". ...._...... a.-
occurred .......
and VIce-Presl. ..... ..... .... .
_...._... flnlh milD and nartias. of course. _.__.. 1.- . a Drug Company s habit. va..l.ry
are-I tn-agreement nth l;-opposition'-to the- ut"n nau 10 De sworn In, we would feel a 1 I I
lot tiaBtt
better al iM
SIZE
knowing It would be SPECIALS
Humphrey :: -r.
communist tide but there Is a world.of dif- tot.ke> over rather than that Iliacti.Iail. .=

ference in the policies they urge to contain Representativewha I I MR+L- tatdYlg. .....,..
( is his -
and defeat It. nome) from one of the NorthEastern H 1N I aM lit 4 fw piui.ilbgd J rtt.uT .
states I 111: tMA m_ yIEIEL -.
There Is no doubt that the Geldwater oOo NALFSIZES tiw""M Zdt{ PIi1Q -.. aNftat

drive is making deep inroads In the once -
The Song of David .
solidly Democratic South or that the Demo. g._ rW Y a wry w.ef
lie sang of God? the mighty source =:. =
crats are picking up strength In some areasthat sass
Of all things the
; stupendous force eur .woo.
were once dependably Republican. On which : tarts
all strength
depends
Indeed. it's been a long time since there : Ie iwtL.iIMll u :-
.
Prorn Whose
right arm beneath Whose ..lasBildeli. i ssa.pee
political question marks on
were so many .y**, .
S
the horizon or when it was so difficult to "'e I tAtlla 1ie

analyze the hopes beliefs and loyalities of All period power and enterprise ....' i;. '!.'=Wt.imlelrtr__. ______ear____
Commence .
:;(
reigns and ends.The 788
the electorate. And the stakes_not just for .......
world tM clustering sphere He made. ttfR- II II'P /
candidates but for
the parties and the us leektwIee --
Th. glorious light the soothing shade Mar.{ .flhrv IIM Nrst tiA 11p,IJib ad.d w._-_ct.>n tw ..a b l 1Ilwasa..aw.ea.
ail-Hire great beyond measure.'R.Her Dale, champaign.grove and hill .. i""W.......-ML set m-.......a.y. 1
oOo : wins 1111Lilsa.sr.r. rr..i.r.. .. ...-
The multitudinous abyss iIwlaae.. I
Pr.detessore Confident About Where r ....MM pl-.a..... 1 4 .ea..lase : I
secrecy' remains l In bliss ..........-... .
,..Ai7 .And wisdom hike her skill. .....DeIA 11arq..... ........ I 0 s.e... -+... M...s t.prt.t .. .. .1
The top economic aides of three Pres-! .... ....:e:.:........- .....-..f. .. .... ....... ... r..... .
Tell them I am. Jehovah said .......c..a.- ten 4 V.-.. 1 -..... .... +..., ....... r.e of
.tents baa agreed that they share conn.r To Moses: while Earth heard In ................. 1 .................-.- 1T1.
In the current economic' situation dread ...c-.a.a..Mt .... ..cw.aue. .-R er.1 I ases..w.ww+ .1
1 r dence" And. smitten- to the heart ... ..._.................. =: .
outlook for the "near future. ..... '--.er ===::= '
>,&d In the At Bar vaer.r a :-. __ fr-- '
done by Walter W. one, above, beneath, around Mw;t iewe..w a. .. : -. r..__ 1MsKtisOM
;;The summing up was GOFF'SReadyWear
All nature, without voice
-------I
or sound :
chairman of the Council ofAdvisers
lialr present
.
Replied.O Lord. Thou art.Christopher .-
i after 1 he and four pat KL ,vITAMRN AALIC ATI_

.. Brat for 45 minutes with President Smart <0.- ..11.)
..... oOo , ,. _
nr were Raymond J. SauJ- 1:'"II'.au.. ... IL F fl Service
What Is beautiful: .U.
Drug
-' -:FBullutr who served tinder good and who isgood Company
will soon be beautiful.-Saappho I

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VOLUME 'PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFTJNtAK SPRINGS FLORIDA'
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER\ 3., 1964.
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Parent-Teachers Asboc. Several otaic and Oiatnct consultants -
School of InstructionA will be there to amt with r' -" t
the training.
PTA School of Instruction: All school
PTA officer and
will be held at the Hut committee chairmen
and all county -
ant on Highway 90 Restaw-i:1 councU officers and committee -
Thursday. Sept. 3 with chairmen are urged to be
tion set for 6.30 p.m. present. '_ "': -, '
.,) .f NOTICE TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS 1 I
According to law, all property owners subject to district taxeS' ..
are hereby notified that a hearing will be held September 10th!
between 7 p. m. and 8 p. m. at Clayton's Restaurant. Santa R MI<
Beach. Florida; affording such owners the opportunity to o -. ';.:0, \
before the South Walton County Mosquito Control Board If th rl I
JK> desire, for the purpose of examining the proposed work i
budget and for voicing their opinions or objections, if any, to .
adoption of said budget for the forthcoming: fiscal year,
i
)Ii. Lois Genevieve Maxon. Secretary-Treasurer '
Vernon R. Bishop, Chairman I .
:. Edwin Walline, Co-Chairman '
SOUTH WALTON COUNTY
*L MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD .
CALCULATION OF FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1964-IMS i-
South Walton County Mosquito Control District ..
LOCAL FUNDS (DISTRICT August) 26, 1964 : '"-;-,." The of the I

.tax Estimated- S18.544.24 taxable property in District $1.S -It:1 CO x 10 mills name

(Calendar Year 1964) f fI
StaU 11 Fund (Matching) .
18.6%" x $18.54424 3439.24
"I
atat 1 Funds (Matching)

"73.170% of $15,00000 Total All Funds $$32.958 10.915.00 I Ir.

BASIS' FOR PRO-RATINO STATE 1 FUNDS (ALLOCATION) is !
South Walton County :Mosquito Control. game savings
District Matchable Budget $18,544.2 '73.1.0'"
.. Walton Mosquito County Control(Health Matchable Department Budget) I

(County Appropriation) 6800.00 26.830%.
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1 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA .r -SEPT-- -__ImER _t_ .in........t
.. Ing from the Chapel of
Clary
Pt. Washington And daughter born August 13th to Mr. Funeral Home with the Reverend Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hughes Students 1 e a v ing DeFunlak! Paul Teelln. Jr. is visiting Lamar Rozear of Packson
The BeachesMiss and Mrs. Mike Hagen. Mrs. Hagen Langtton Garrison! officiating. visited in Ft. Walton Beach last Springs for Florida State University and Mrs. Randall was a business visitor here
I Is the former Miss Peggy Infinger. Burial followed in the Magnolia week. this week are Robert Rivard Marietta Ga. He is expected week.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Barrett and Cathy Campbell. Catherine Cain Labor weekend.Mr. .
Cemetery. I Rev. George Milan is vacationing : Day .
Julia Strickland. Miss Lois their house-guests Mr. and Mrs. Myrtle Barrow of Panama
Jane Hlckman. Valerie Henn and
Clary Funeral with relatives in Jacksonville and Mrs. Fleming
Maxon and Miss Helen Strick- Jim Lacey, accompanied by Mrs Home was In Billy McDonald. was greeting friends here ,
charge of arrangements. end St Augustine. were weekend visitors here. .
: Wednesday.LOBOY
land attended the regular meet- Molly McGee, enjoyed a trip to
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Wednesday afternoon "
of the IfemerocaUU Society Dcstln -
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1 night. BIRTHDAY PARTYOn .
Mr.: and Mrs. Jim Lacey have Monday evening, August 1'7. ,
c f returned to their home In Deaf Commander and Mrs. E. E. Comstock -
semer Ala., after a delightful entertained at a party for
J week spent with their friends, Mr I 26 young people. The occasion
and Mrs. Steve Barrett at Sea- being the birthday of their daughter. TV II LO-BOY
grove; Beach. Miss Kimberly Ann Com-tock.
,. Mrs. Louise Snow and Mrs I The yard was attractively light-
Molly McGee of Seagrove Beach, ed with colored lights and Japan- .
,were shopping in Panama City ore lanterns. Swimming In the ? 't'tAllchannel .... ..... :- -All-channel with ......
l' Tuesday. pool hot dogs, snacks, birthday the new G-E "8!" tuning -
MJss Louise Match of Selma, cake, punch and dancing made: a system "410"
Ala., spent several days last week most enjoyable evening for the tm.w..i _ permatronic tuner
with her step-mother, Mrs. Mamie following! : IK"*"*
Hatch and Mr. W. R. Hobo. They Rusty Barley Peggy Gavin, ;; _Convenient easy to
were Joined by \frs. Hatch's son, Dianne Brown, George Schls-lMV, .y see, easy to
Mr B. Bostick of Headland, for William Schlssler, Frankie Schlss- "
two of the days. ler, Thelma Jean Barley, Kenneth 4y !Front sound E )ynapower
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hoilcy and Laird. Tony Anderson Bill Mooney Aluminum .
children of Nlceville visited his Bill Bclser, Carl Dixon, Skee-
1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hot-! ter Cadenhead, Curtis Coran, Lcr- /
ley Saturday August 22nd. etta Simmons, Gwen Holley, Bernice -
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Allen and O'Neal Sandra Chapman. Model M 731A Free this Set
BOn Chris of Albuquerque, N. M. Elaine Bishop Helen Tulips, Bill .
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spent several days here last week Askew Regina Chancey, Ned
c with her mother Mrs. Evle Salts- Chancey. Danny Corm and Rich-
man and other relatives, 'having<< ard Handagriff..
Thursday morning on the way -
Madai M73IACa.
back home. They spent Thursday MRS. VIRGINIA LODGE -7-

aster night Mrs.in New Ollle Orleans Sue Colw'n with' and her Mm. Virginia I -, I Lathlnehouse VHF-UHF' eception with the sNr O-C Syn FILTER-FLO6 W ER .
visited with his parent In Texas Lodge, 38, passed away at 8 o'- chrome! "82" illuminated tuning system featuring tha
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Drett and clock: Sunday afternoon at her exclusive "410" permatronic transistor tuner. .
\ sons Bryan and Gary of Carra- residence, 110 Tenth Street. Mrs. .G-E "fine Furniture" cabinetry featuring matched wood .. .
belle, spent the weekend with tho Lodge was a native and life long venters and hardwood solids In authentic period design.Available Designed for
Roy Burllsons.; resident of DeFunlak Sprta's.Survivors . with I G-E "Feather-touch". Transistorized Remote . .
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Mrs. Oracle Lee Coleman Is a Include: her widower, Control -
patient at the Eglin Field Hosrltal. Mr. Gerald K. Lodge of DeFunlaK III
We hope for her a speedy Springs: her mother. Mrs. Ethel Only $2.75 MOUTHY I:: :::: ... -j
recovery. Lath'nghouse' of De Fun 1'a k SUIT TOW I -
Mr. Van Butler aod rranrlchlldrCTi. Sorlnps; one daughter Miss Linda Per Week
Stan and Elyre Toole spent Kay Lodge of DeFunlak Springs<< : r:. M
Thursday In Panama City with one son, Robert Dennis Lodge of
the Robert Inflngers. DeFunlak Spring.; two sisters,
Mr and Mrs. Gene Infinger Mrs. Barbara Farrior of DeFunlak&pr 1 $ *
returned Thursday from a three f It' weeks visit with their daughter of Gainesville Fla. -'
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\J Pw 5a .w. FREEZER Get a GENERAL ELECTRIC, What a haul I -,3 fo 1 sale I


MITVAl IMMAHCI It. asae ttMtti e.ts.bes.stile (;


up Holds to y S 1 2 3

f .g Portable TV TV portT. Ptakat PvtaMa rose ..i I ttaatd
420 ..-- $bMty at Its IIofttllUC! 15. SmaH Its she and price. + ..., Mn.t 11IO-
RITZ THEATRE picture' with. up.fo", (tent In fniBuntil 8teapeaker .. 'plate ...
poundsef # to put t te aowMl tranatrtora.. rmijIHi with . tt.ttdl.-.
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yet ant N.Controta twon snug sell prtavlaare ISSSI
j Mp ront. too. IncKKitac .arplniieikattarlea.TepOC ......
J. V. LAWKON. OWNER frozen Wch lVMrVUMr...... quMlb. M 1M..sR 1Y =
till sal 1r..uk.Arrebwa$10 .
compact
feed! tics, ... ".fcaeaM d Jttar figsael
SHOWING NOW THROUGH TUESDAY Save .00 Os.. 1P. (D''... ......)

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TIE Nil nRMnm IF JU1TIMEATSfECttLftHNJOlPIIICES i I 229.95 MDU. M4OJ\

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"'it. WHIt day ww tun' tt aw... 4 p.aa. and 8 ..... .
-J SatnnUy ,..tur time: 12: p... 4 p.Ift8! .....
: 1.y ;s" Suday feature U.Ads..:-:2.ion.... and 11:30..... THINK OF FISHER'S


i When You Think of Hardware., Think of
Adults: $1.00 Children 40c I

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K'VOLt1im1sP] !: Ii_ .tsUED____ EVERY THURSDAY. ___ __ _DeFtTXtAK__ .__ u_ ._SPRINGS_ __ FLORIDA THURSDAY,SEPTEMBER 3, 1964 i
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.. PIANO La.aONSaEGINNERS' 1
and advanced student, experienced !

.- 1 1farwsfung For Information teacher Limited call , _.. &! \\IIIt: _
TWPIIOI.. .nrounuml'l

FOR RENT: ON LIVE OAK I
n furnished upstairs 4-room apt.,
gas heat, air{ conditioned Ph TW
.. ;.vs' r 9 >MAKE YOU NJU&t] >*21S1 03.10pd:
BavaWMBMNAHO :
-* 1I I FOR[ WATER FRONT
Caaat l e+isre *... Jot, and wooded In lot. On
I Choctawhatche .
Bay located on \
Okalooaa-Walton county line in
Villa TaMO. A. C. Howe. Rt I
h e : Florid Box 239. Villa Tauo. Ni<
( rAr f M __J I
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r, t tt. FOR SALE: MILK roc per gior .' BOATS AND MOTORS
iflH 3 gal for $20O. Please furnish
your own containers.
Open from
6-8 ..m. and 5-7 pm. Varin'i o'/z' II. I\ Uvinruclcs, new $270.50Kccluccd (
Dairy Hi way 83, Glendale
t I 820.37.: .3.10pd: to 243.15
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nuad'j
FOR SALE OR RENTS !Wz) II. \\ EvinrudcH, new $361.50 -
bedroom .
home bath and a half '
living room dining room kitchen Reduced to $325.35
*mustiiaake ---J! and family room Small equity I
:' and assume mortgage. Locah.111: Used 18 II. P. Johnson with Starter, 57
**room inour.l ware- Friday: =andSataraay Enslcbrecht Road. If lnteret In
renting or buying call collect' ,I Model, Reworked and in good

I*house'and.store 1 Creatvlew" MU 2-2950---I I3tfchf: l' Condition, was $169.00 Now $150.00

LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY: With, '
it for new Fall y/, : : new Improved Dex-A-Dlct, Only: New 12 ft. Carter Boats, was 194.50
M.98. .
Uhtfoot Drug
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F1Iraiture r 8.3T: 93: 10 chg. Now $175.00

-MAN OVER g4. VACANCY IN 1.1 ft. Kennedy Boat, made to sell
'DeFunlak Springs or Ft. Walton
WE HAVE NEW FURNITURE, SECOND HAND,. FLOOR.SAMPLES, Eeach for Itawlelfh denier Full at $198.00 Now $150.00
.
tint preferred. Will '
consider t
amt
ODDSAND.ENDS'AND, ODD:BEDDING''' THAT"WE ARE:GOING TO' I tltloua part-timer Many now Used 12 ft Carter Boat $100.00
earning $3 per hour and
up.
SELL AT PRICES YOU'.NEVER SEEN BEFORE. L1STED BELOW ARE i ala OUa, Alabama R.Turner Stella Route. 8"1 New Gator Trailer with Directional
or write '
FA 110 1170. Memphis" Tenn. Signal Lights, Was $129.95-Now $116.95
ONLY A FEW'OF'THE ITEMS THAT WE ARE GOING TO HAVE ON
FOR RENT UPSTAIRS FUR.,
SALE THIS' RIDAYAND'SATURDA N1SHKD apt. 103 LrConte St, T>..
.. Funlak Spcs* Rosa Lanciton Ph. i
""' TW e-136e. (,:3tfchj. KINGi6-.CO.
AGENT WANTVD: TO WORK
USED USED Walton and Okalooaa rnuntlt ....
-SALE STARTS presenting" National rtankera Life IOI.11R BALDWIN: 4\\'.:.
40' Inauranc Company We offercomplete
1-Metal Bed 1- 4-6 Coil Springs line_ of nonrancrlablaneaitn
ana ub-a.anctarrl, health HAY FOR SALE 171 ACRES FOR RENTI BEDROOM. SEMI
; Insurance ,
$1.00 FRIDAY MORNING $2.00 tlon druga.Coverage major medical f and 1' .
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true Ph. TW 4.2520. llpdhey 91 IOp.1Dr.
croup coverage for all age,
2 3-3 Coil Springs Mattresses O to 100 yeara old. We offer good '
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Sept. 5th 8 a.m. contract to our representative. ,
.: $2.001Swivel $5 $20.00 on life, health and accident', rmint Fisherman! Pascal Roberts
b. bondable 21 yean of age andover 400 Trtit Caught By a
FLOOR SAMPLES For Interview writellraneh: ..r.n..rsl.l. . flahartnan .n a 101 NeUon., Aw.Chlntpmrtor .
I Rocker 1-2 Living Mgr+ flog 182. ron de ln.1 p aln' 0'l. FLOREOI . .
$169.95 Values Red. To pc. Fla P:3chg FLOREOS Kava aKarpar I
$5.00 Room, Suite f h...... mar. ......"v. ahlrta, Ph. TW 6-1231 1
1-3 PC. BEDROOM SUITE $129.95 Falcon And WardWafer ..l ..
. $5.00 . Iloum| Mon. Tue Wed.Frl.
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Well and
Pump
, Easy t.rm.._ Call ..IU.tO Only" FLOREOS fI.h I .llhaFLOREOSI .. S'sal t.H t.
1-17' Freezer 1-FOX SLEEPER 89.95 Odd Beds I .. Fal.", -,1'., S47.f>7S I Iv Willi.'... .l2 lt30.St.10: t
WII., War, Varn." I"
tSSN1S.OtiSp I II .
$140.00 9744 IS Avaittta SavtH.St.
1-2 PC. KROEHLER1:00: ) - X0.00. 1- .....,._u,.. Fla. l, I ThuriMtayi' H-12 II

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1-40" Range LIVING'ROOM SUITE 189.95 1-3 pc. Bedroom -

$114.95 Formerly 269.95 Suite

$39.95

i 1-5; pc. LivingRoomSuite ALL FLOOR SAMPLE BEDDING

'i+ .._ 1-2 Living I
= :
REDUCED 20 PERCENT Suite.


$69.95 >> $29.95 _
"Double Dresner f.ft QWIII&IM..SUITE! 109.95 I

.. $49.95 Ifw.. $129. 5 1-Double Chest
$39.
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.. ttOFOCOSKWArCHAIRSUBUCHUfHRONT:
l-ch-e 1-Washer

NOTICEAll
17 $59.95

1-W1.ker ;;lIJIIIBIOIMISUITE Refrigerator

539.5 1IIIJIft!! llflREfNT $160.001Double

**JP2 pc. L1g Danish Modern Dresser

VRoomSlaHe1Set >f'3TUDENTJIESKJUIDCCHA1R $39.95

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;!{ 49.95 1-Set Bunk Beds

Er- ,a. $15.00

x,00 IL TABLES1HNBL125 State and County Occupational and Beverage
,.31 Bedroom 8tdteiiF'
pc.
licenses will be due on or before October Flmt

PERCENT $. !.!S

All ItUMineHHCM? subject to these licenses may apply
SUITE 149.95 Remnants of

Linoleum1Chesi after September. First at the office of the Tax Collector.


1-7 pc. Eft Statement will be moiled to remind current licen-
1hpEar1y

$20.00FKST3WWD3ttDON'T sees of their renewalH.11. other bu''nubJect' to

Occupational Licence. will be called upon to comply with
BE LATE TO GET THE
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HliJmtE-F Florida Statute No. 205, after October .Fist 196-..

BAR&HNSYOU I 'NEED.




JACK LITTLE,
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EVERY THURSDAY SPRINGS FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1964
VOLUME PUBLISHED _.__ DeFUNIAK : _ _

Kridal Tea Honoring I Conditioning Garden Flowers I

_ I Miss Cynthia Flow 7.'D..d. ..._""""' -,.... ........ -v.c \
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIESDoraeyParker WJ.e.1 I
The home of Mrs. Ronald
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903 Freeport Drive was 1, wri
Wedding Hobbs-IIarrell Wedding ensulte on Saturday afternoon. I i i

Announced. March 20 August 29, for a Tea honoring
of Miss Cynthia Flow bride-ele-t cfa
Mr. and Mrs. John Dorsey I .
DeFunlak Springs Florida announce I Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Harrell of series of pre-nuptial parties

the approaching marriage Enterprise Ala., announce the honoring Miss Flow. The hostesseswere x

of their daughter Lynda to Mr. marriage of their daughter Evelyn Mrs. Ronald Wise. Mrs.J 1r i
Roy DeVanne Parker son of Mr ) to Stanley Hobbs son of Mr Henry Lee Prescott and Miss

and Mm Roy R. Parker of Marc and Mrs. Roy Hobbs of DeFunlak Shirley Wise.

ianna, Fla. Springs. The guests were greeted at the. V 'IV
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The bride Is a graduate of wal- The wedding was an event ol door by the hostesses where they r ( t

ton high school and attended March 20, 1964. were Introduced to the receiving' '

Florida State University and The young couple are making line. Those helping Miss Flow to V

a Chlpola Junior College. their home In Enterprise. receive the guests were her mother -
Mrs. Howard Flow; her ,rsnd-
Mr. Parker Is a gradual ol .
M. T>l('*'n ot
John
I Marianna high! school and servedas Alpha Omicron Chapter mother Mrs. W. Mor- r.
Airman First Class In the Held Workshop In Destin Marianna; and Mrs.attendant John from

t United States Air Force. He Is van Ill a bridal Jya li 'gti

presently attending Chlpola Junior Alpha Omicron Chapter oiDelta Tallahassee. ona
College. Kappa Gamma held a workshop A color scheme of pink qlj:

The wedding will be an eventof at Holiday Inn Destln. on white was used throughout graced the
table was
Friday. September 4. 1064 In August 15 from 9.30 a.m, to, 2.30: home. The dining ItalIan church t

the bride's horn Only membersof p.m., with 24 members present. with. sn imported wnidetailed(

the Immediate family will bet I Chapter President, Mrs. Jeanette linen cloth embroidery.which The silver 111 '

present.Harrison's. Rhodes of Valpariso) named with hand over by. Mrs.
committees and made plans forth service was presided O
Mrs.
and
ensuing Alpha Omicron Charles) M. Prescott
Celebrated year. bowl whichwa
Chapter will hold five regular E. Shehee. The punch ,
Golden AnniversaryMr.
slocated In the family room
meetings during the year two
Helen Pres
and Mrs. T. A. Harrison night meetings In Crestvlew and was served by assisting Miss throughout,

celebrated their golden wedding three day meetings In Fort Walton the cott.afternoon Others were Miss Ophelia

anniversary Sunday August 27, Beach. Ronald OtU.
1M4. at their home In the Pleasant The meeting adjourned after a Campbell! and Mrs. 'Paralyticqolio can be as rare In our children's generation as
attended by
The bride's book was toddler and hundreds of others in her I
Grove and Glendale area. delightful buffet luncheon. smallpox bin ours. This .
Miss Mary Carolyn McDonald. against polio because they took part in a
Thos attending were their five town are protected Beautiful New Century hybrid zinnias like then deeerve a little
lovely trousseau the oral polio
using new
daughters twenty grandchildren Rehearsal Group1'arty Miss Flow wore a white lace communtty-wld* Immunisation program extra....* In cutting and conditioning to keep them In good shape. .
I frock of blue and neebM. for extra days. The article tells' you what to do.
and twelve great-grandchildren Given Honor announced similar In
and white corsages adorned the Health officials her* recently a program - .
as well ms other relatives and and others In the receiving our owa community. On sip of the pleasant tasting liquid and a .
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill Maloy honoree hostesses presentedMiss booster doe eight weeks later wiU provide Immunity against all Being able to cut flowers from the garden and arrange them.to I
Dinner was served out of doors were hosts at a lovely party at the line. The of silverin three types. O! polio. Feeding stations will be located: in convenient ornament the home Is one of the satisfactions of E rdenin. [. But
Center following Flow with a piece places throughout the community. Everyone .Is urged to participate b If the flowers last
and a short devotion was given Fsmson community doing so can even more pleasing aa lone aa
by Rev. Carl Ropke to close the the rehearsal for the wedding her chosen pattern.Approximately and help to wipe this crippling disease out ot our area they are capable of doing- .

1 occasion.Th of Miss Jean Drannon and 150 friends call lorerar* __.__ _ ,_ ___ ___ | Matching water temperature to air ten perature. la the atari ofconditioning
ed during the appointed hcui of I rIl ; car den flower. _
Harrisons have twenty-six Mr. Roy Rodgers.A Miss Saunders has returned Pleasant Ridge Home tone
topluck
Maud the
4:00: and 0:00 o'clock. you co Into garden makes
cells, but little air. cut
grandchildren and twenty-one pink-clothed table near the from a two weeks visit Demonstration Club : then, take alone a pall

great grandchildren and one daughter entrance: held dainty canapes and Party Honoring with Mr. and )4,... Orea Norton jot water the same temperature flower last longer.In .
deceased.OnToCoHem. hors d'ocuvres and punch In a of Biloxl Miss. August Is our Family Month aa the outdoor air. Set each tetween cutting and ar..
crystal bowL Bride Elect and the Club Members and their 'atom Into the pall immediately. ) ranging, condition your flowers)
after cutting; further by setting; the pall into,
Party An Lr-shsped table where guests Mr. and Mrs. Howard Andersonwere FOR SALE: DOZER BLADE families'met at the Wayside Park. : Th. leas time there la betweenthe which you inserted. them In

Honoring John Danley were seated, was overlaid with host at a dinner party at for Fsrmall Super A tractor in Monday p.m. for our picnic' and Instant the stem Is severed a cool drsft-fre place for

green and white cloths and held the Hut restaurant honoring their good: condition. Front mounted. chicken fry with about 2' pre- : and that whoa the flower stem several hours During this per.

Mrs. Oorg C. Lawrence and a centerpiece of white wedding niece. Miss Joan Page of Opp, Complete. Henry Matzen. RL 4. sent.We I Is immersed the less time there iod. with stems well Immersed

Mrs. Trudl. Dan1<<,y. entertainedwith bells with arrangements of pink Ala., and her fiance Lt. GeorgeA. Box 173 ph. 859-2243. Itpd all enjoyed It so much with Is for air to enter the cells of the blooms ,Indoor will become temperatureand accustomed
an on-to-colleg party Saturday the stem to dry them. to
roses on each side. Carver of Birmingham. Lt. USE ONE OF OUR CARP TShampooera the best fried chicken we'vo ever the stems will fill with
evening 7.30: for John thanks to the West That's also the reason why,
tasted. Our
with Blue Lua-
West Free
The buffet table covered In Carver Is a graduate of watt r.Try.
School Class
Danley; his Sunday ; for furnishing when ready to arrange flowers
Florida Gas Company '
and a group of friends, at Mrs.Danlys green held a large arrangement Point. tre Carpet Shampoo. Fisher Hard- you cut the stems under waterIf conditioning your garden
i home near Lake McNsy In shades of pink. Guest enjoying this delightful v;are Company.IN us the fry pan. It was a mighty you need to shorten some of flowers and I ;01 ti yourself.

It was a lovely party and the Guests were Miss Jean Bran affair Included uncles, aunts and - quick way to cook and have The hot them. Plenty of moisture.in that It !:i.II') ; !'- life.
cousins: Mr. and Mrs. WalterDannelley THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "THBriRST foot for a real nice picnic.
cookout was delightful. John willbrin non and Mr. Roy Rodgers honorees -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND members not really missed -
.. his studies at Florida State and Rev. and Mrs. Billy and daughter Virginia roll COUNTY no.'DA present Mr. John Hardin of Chlpley, Mary Ben Ellisor of Atlanta 1st
University when classes open In .Foe Gloves, Rev. and Mrs. Aubrey Mr. and Mrs. John Creel. ,Mr. and WALT CHANCERY: a trea. pent Thursday afternoon here.: six ndlng this week with her par-
Mrs. Ed Puckett. Jr. and children UNITED BTATBS: HOM=:e. TWO. Mrs. Callle Wambles and her
September. 3r nnon. parents of the bride- A Florid' Corporation. Holmes County Clerk of Circuit ents. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. EUlsor.
elect, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paul John and Jan. l"IaIDurr sister were with us for the event. Judge B. Helms and Mr. John Upon her return to Atlanta she '

HimieW tag And Yarbrough and daughter Tywanna Mr. and Out of town guests were Mr. HUBERT B. OAKDT- W* had nice weather for outside Miller' of Bonlfay were visiting will serve on the faculty of Patricia .

Reunion, September 8 Mrs Melvin Maloy and son and Mrs. Robert Page Jr. of Opp De.dua' eating and we talked about whata here last Wednesday. Stevens Finishing and Career I

Dwight, Miss Broxton Miss Polly. and Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Dan- _NOTICE MO. or SIMTO SUIT nice park we had so nearbyus Mr. Phil Harris and Mrs. Charles College .

Big homecoming and Yarbrough Burkett. Mr. Johnny Mack Paul', nelley! of West Palm Beach.Lt. Hubert S Oandr to meet at and Walton county IL King made a business trip Mr. and Mrs. Georjo' Cawthon .

reunion to be held Sunday, September and the host and hostess.W. Carver! and Miss Page announce Yvu Add ar_* h.UDkDD rby ao\lf1ecl that a raittiu people should use it more otter.Reporter.. to Pensacola on Thurday ..f last has as guests over the weekend
6th at Midway Methodist plans for an early fall hive filed ft...ln.* rou In the week. their daughter Mrs. O. Clark and
,, the old West- wedding.Mrs. above .DU i'" f+um., and that you daughter of Chlpley.
rch returned Saturdayafter
rh
located on J. trice II
..* required to rUe your an_.r with Mrs. Pauline Hodges! spent bun-
e/tll*, Ityad. ft mile Southwest of, spending three days at the I' the Clark of this Court and to ...... ens of Bowling Green Ky.. spent day In Dothan visiting. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Campbell
Oenava. Ala. and will start .t Florida Slat Baptist Convention B ss Kartck has returned. a espy.! thereat. upon th* riatnUff orR the weekend with friends In De- Jr.. returned over the weekend
.
eso In the morning' and last al Training Union Department IteUItt horn from Boutte CantUna...."._ n t .D.. .At4tew.Pea.-b t.tt Yuikiali Borings.Friends Mrs. A. F. Bullard ha. returned from a trip. tot.New Orleans. La.

,4 the assembly ground at Panama she has been visiting relatives. &alpir. Bu &Idles. hn.e.oia. Pier.ids. of Mrs. Ruth Martin from a 10'day tour of California. Mrs. Alma Hlnote of Montgomery -
t day.Special' singing. will begin at the Indian Elton Martin: left Sunday for I not. I.&erb an Ortoeav! J. ISM If She a I ended the Delta Kappa has
F Cltyt. lie represented you fail do ao. a Caere Pro Con a former resident of DeFunlsk! been visiting her parents -
':JO. Singers which will be present Creek Baptist church at the con- Marianna where he will attend fa o lIw..* entered a/aln.t you foth Springs will be interested to Gamma Convention In San Franl.eo .- Mr. and Mrs. George Blake.

f are The Stripling Family., vention.Dr. Chlpola Jr. Call.... Title* rallvf suit. demanded la to r or In loa the* a Complaint.__.... know that she has moved to Ft. while out there. I Mr. and Mrs. Burton Murrayand

Th Assembly Gospel Singers, T.I and Mrs. McKinley Cheshire Miss Mary Evelyn Caraway' Th. property proceed..d acaJnet tel: Walton Beach. Mr. and MErs. Clarence Beachof son of Pensacola. .were the
from Marianna. was last weekends Comment at the NW corner ofNay
Kennedy the old Gospel singer; tnd family left Friday for a tripto \ or .E>4 nf itoetloa M Township r Mrs. Shoupp Howell of oBnl- Panama City were guest of weekend guests of their mothers.
Doyle Glace Big Bill Marcus Tallahassee, Atlanta and the guests of Miss. Mary Richardson t North Nan*:. I* W.... nan may was greeting friends here Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cawthon Mrs. M. O..Warren, Sr.. and Mrs.
and Mrs. R E. L. McCasklll Mouth S3S ft for the point ofhoclnnlns.
Nl Bob AU from
Kennedy. are Roger
Tennessee Mountains theno run St lea ft.thence one day last week. un Saturday. I B. B. Murray.
Port St. Joe.Diane. Joined his brother. D."Ict..t AI Clark returned to Gainesville run north gee feat. theses

.. will be srvd at 1300non. : Georgia Military Academy. Col- Saturday after spending the run North WMt 9M lay fort ..to*.. the than point* nut of -

AU friends, relatives and loge Park Oa.. where they will summer with his mother Mrs b*C'lnnlns: Items a par of ITS H
aequ.lntaacee have a special Invitation attend school this. winter Oulda Clark. Al Is a junior this. of HBVt Mention se Township 1
North Manse IS sod 0Da......
to attend. guest year at the University of Florida I nrr*. .
Mrs. Lou Jones has as Wltnaa* my band and ... ef geld
Ma Pub.
Price Mgr. br' brother, II. A. Mitchell of Mrs. Charles If. King had as Court at neVuniak ........... tate the
On Sunday the guests last week h* rtwo sisters I day of HvptMnber. IS**. 1
Mr.: and Mrs. Howard Anderson Lake Mitchell Charles family. La.gathered at, the Mrs. Lout Ma Johnson of Marianne <(<....1) R LIla OlerM of sw'", Court L f

mad a trip to Meson Ga. L. Jones at Freeportfor and Mrs. B. Burkett ol' wflten 0Dua' .

over the weaken to visit their home a of family Roy reunion. There were I Panama' City. .,:..... i r..II; .Ad&aa-. Deputy clerk. ,

daughter and family Rev. and ether guests Mr. and Mrs Milton\ Mrs. A. R. Woodham. (Roeel
Mrs. William Powell and NOTICE OF APPLICATION
daughter
Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Wad Cummlng) of Opp. Ala. visited roa TAX sMEin
to
and gt acquainted: with a newarenddsughter Spires of Jacksonville who Joined her sister, Mrs. A. F. Bullard for Be*.nbepe.nv.a*.
born last week. NoUN !. tnat Luther
'. and Mrs Knnth. Over. of them on this delightful occasion.Mils several days. Amman th. holder ., taw .........*
Houston. Tex Flora Douglass McLean Iii ...... and Mrs. .J. E. Wooten _UfkarUed! said .oarttnoato
are visiting her for a theraon.
father. Mr. Xddl Jones for' MY.enl patient at the Baptist HospitalIn visited the W. E Sellers In Pen Th twurkett. :ms.r amend yoar ., 1

t ...,... Mk*. Over. : .is the former Pensacola. Her many friends sacola last week. arty laauane and* She th.description name* in wbtob of the;It pl.p.woe
Tanya Ton as.. wish for her a speedy recovery. )Friends of Mr. R. P. Stapleton 5ea..d ar. aa fotlowa.of .

..". Hal Richards. Mrs. A. F. Mrs.. Wayne Turner... and little regret to learn that he had eye 1 1"enI'a.. .Nw ... Year .t L.amaesa

iMillard and Mrs. John Jetl Camp ton. Chuck of Tallahassee were surgery at the Baptist& Hospital In a:=: Froparty Lot Suet.: :
bell mad .. . of StW .
a business trip to Pn.eaeola the weekend guests of her parents. Pensacola last. week. Everyone a. Townchlp J
la wad
on atonday. | Mr. and Mrs. M. Y. Mhrtln. wishes for him a speedy recovery. ;.un* In which ==---.r MEtAl TBS models in.
l WtirroS .... sea. Voar. ., lontai_ are .

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VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ,3, 196


tbat she will apply to the Honorable IN TUB COURT or TIlE nn.1NTT The sun"Is fast sinking low '
LEGAL NOTICES .1 Joe' Dan Trotman. Oouaty Judge of JVIMiB: OP' WALTON COI'NTY. The is In color '
Walton County. Florida, on UM 1Mb FLORIDA IN PRORATE!: sky draped many : THIS SUMMER
p $ of: ic.iio iha day of Heptaaaber. ll11K"", for approvalof Re- btats of J. T. Skipper.. Deceased As into the dark of night we gc]
TAX aaoM ana for final discharge asAdministratrix Notice ie hereby .1._ that I ba** I
lMJe.rem of the estate of Orad riled my final returns a* executor of I icJFL
NOTICE" : ra :IUUUU orvcir.uua 1o&111er..d,. on tola lath day. ol the estate of J. T. Skipper. -.I; All the world is shrouded into ,
. filed roe tltrtbution > Fort
Amos Welaan._rtUbaa u.. bolder till ol aaut the tai.- August DerUo MillerAdminItratrlt that I bar and lot my final petition dtarbar *. and darkness RecallsSettlement
Mr.irtamt
lowutc
the lights that bright
Jor a tax deed to' be aa.uectu. of the that on September SO IM4 I will applyto Save many :
._ Tfa cartlfUial* numbers aDd ataM of Orady Miller. Honorikbl Joe Dan Trototan County glow
year* of issuance. tbs. 1. lIpUoo ot . d--'. Judge of Walton County. Florida and, for tor But what will come out of nigh'
the property and the nsmes iA wblclt A.. STr Sept. a. 1O. ITIN approval' of caM final return
It was ...n..a are .. follows: an order of distribution and for final and the darkness
Certificate MOo U4. Year of lesuaaosisea. THB 1!: CIRCUIT I
D.+etlpuon of proysrtr 8.i at NW' WALTON JUDICIAL COUNTY ClabviT: FLORIDA NO. StV Howard Ki I* Oawwttbop Jtarry Moore i
3ee7 33, run W va B.c. 1
of
ear GJERAUUNB WIUCKRoON NOLAN. IT r1
Oil X 10.
list of. neo ft to' St. Hwy No. 1M.rua Plain Ulf. AUK ST. Sep. t
a atone ROW ol aaut hwy a dIal va.-
of 1M .11 ft. run B a olst of 30M.1 JOHN FRANCIS NOLAN Too Deep e
ft to Oountr boy running from Jolly Defendant. .
Hay to .por1. thwN along Sad NOTICE Or API-BAR Eaton Real Estate & '
solemn
Out in the West.
bW7'b' __ W 1M1J TO: JOHN FRANCIS NOLAN quiet ,
ft to Fob- SS4I acre Irlng being tnBeo. OKNKHAL. OEUVERYWKLJX
*4 U. toes I acre aq in SWheretofore >N. TKXA8 Insurance''AgencyAUTOMOBILE -
nor sold to Rlcbard Button You are hereby notified that a complaint I
top an = Vol. 110.or 101. also: for dITore baa'a lUeda SCHOOL'SOPEN
1.s 1 .sZ back uch.rdl tiut- .atnst you In the above named: Court
nor Lot JO-r lone 1O5 ft widetneretofore and cause and you are required to' FIRE
deeded to' W. a. Tjro to eerre upon Plaintiff attorney. a r
Vol. 13% ***. MM. Also: 1 men Joining copy of your answer or -
XUcnard ewy'N silo: Is '-be by I ,.0.5.* 01bercw.. tbe> lot day derBepl.mbe. INSURANCE'BONDS
earner of ft ton* 194. and to' file the 0.1yroal
910 ft wide deeded In Vol. 111. page thereof with the Clerk. of this '** tie
4S to Bird!* B. Boot* In Sec. 94 Court. Herein fail not or a decree. pro J
3$. Twp. 1 Bough Stooge !. West. ooafeaso will be entered herein against ',.. '
Name la wbtcn" mint O. B. Mortal LX>NB AND ORDERED at OaFunlak W."STROUTRBALTY

of said property being la tb Lou ... Florida, this the It day of '" k
County of Walk>D. State ofTlortda.Unless August .
aucb certificate or certuioaies 1B04.B.. .
IJBO ANDR.'W1Iafttr .
ball be 1WCl....... according to' law of the Court B5 1te.1!Brtatwrfnew'1900

the property or certificate described= will la sucb be Bold certificate to' B IvaAdso.on Walton Oouaty., Ipp\It.,Florida Clerk. I ...........r tooaatdoo9r51L.ke'taaley
u.. blgbas bidder ac the court aouse CLYDE i: '
the first Monday la inoattiber. ,Of THOMPSON .. wa.L8
rGO. l e4. which Is UM 1 Attorney for Plaintiff
day of sept.mb.r. laM at I JO ...... r. O. Boa ST '"Tw'S4441b'
11.1.4 this IOL &lW' Aug.rt 1654. DeFunlak! *. Florida
ANDBEWB 4t: Aug XT-Sept J. 10. ITM .. .
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Clerk. or Circuit QDOrta ..Baas v. ..
or Walton Oounty. PlaIWaIJug13,20.2TH.pt3 "\
IT KNOWNLeonard
*pp lM located. at 9of North 12th street De- E
INTENTION TO MAKK .
Or
NOTICE Punsmk Walton. County. Flor '
Borings. Take 60 Seconds
APPLICATION IOR'"WINALDICRABOE ida and .. of construction per \: ....,
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nut for wr.EPIoc"a at UM siaddrea t ,
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In ce rt .. UM Cevaty ( baa filed an amendment to 1 _
Walten Ceaaty. State. .. Florida construction permlt-lU. number BPH ''I.r- .....-__ __ i
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IM RK: Ketat ofMU.Da 4143 to include tho following 3 Kw RIGHT NOW Ol J
-2 MOSLBT. DD.c.a..d. E H.P. vertical and a Kw .B.P. hortaontal. .-Ihd.. "- ..... NN.art' .
TO ALL WHOM IN FKOBATK IT MAT:OOMdaUtlNotlee terrain Antenna belght to be ITS ft.kbovo 't'.... ... .. At Gas cfn . Care Una. en the s,. Jetia*'Rlvor near the site .. rite preeeivt city .f Jaeksenvnie. was
ta bereby clven that Jama Ml Aug aoOTJBep 3 To let us help you doer feesaweo en 1Se4 br Froitch Hirfjueners flesl.ty:! ...2... srse wtlort. The Burepian settle e, I
W. Ward filed bla final report ere admlnUtrator -. up any' qucBtion''""you Ister ealleol. Ilan Mates by the Sp.aIsM.l .r ,;;.l I 'i : vuntvry bWere tHe f rilarlino' leaded.
deceased 0'b..tttat eetate be of baa MildredMoaley. filed B f TIll!: CIRCUIT COURT Or might haTe about't mrance. I TAM ......- and re _ttrv ..ter1t era annni many t sits Oovcrner Ferris" Bryant sad the)
bla petlUon for final diaclianra. and WALTON IN CHANCERY COUNTY NO.FLORIDA$411 "...... Oavelesmint) CemmUtUn as: ) .I"' .. ..* fj vac..H.n In their, cans state this
tbat bo will appa.b.' Honorable nt RBI PBTrrioNorfsXBA ......

JOB Walton Dan County.Trotman Florida, County, on Judge the llth ol TO BrTTRLBr LOU18B NOTIC"II:MARKS NCWBY&-*.. w. II". litourtnce bra, .th.> lnurno The coastal: area which extent the great stands of hardwood and

day of September.and for final 1964.discharge for approvalof ae ..s- SHIRLEY LOUI0B NBWBY and allnwroatn.. . . Moot people are surprised' to from Penaacola' Reach to Apal.. pin. which border the river.
aaoM
mlnutrator of the eetate of MildredMoaley. above-named You are.. hereby...tu....sound._. Melba that Newby.the. .handle every typo of risk. If .learn, that Florida extends almost I I rhlcola .is often referred to as the The rural towns of llonlfay. I ,'
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deocaaed. on this Uta day 01A.C. has filed a Petition la the above-styled I thoro .lo any way we can help' as far from wet to east (more "Miracle Strip"* B picture) 01 Chlpley and Cottondale' have s ;
111M. JAMEB W. WARD child Court n for UM therein adoption and ef the minor:,.... you with s .._bl.I.... It will beploature than 400 miles) as It does from fouling whit sand against a number of fishing camps. A prow

Mildred Administrator McMi.,of. deceas the estate. of gored to' show eaua why you u>..are eame j a for u. to ee) oo without. north and south. Th. northwesterntip background of emerald shallowsand pernus agricultural area' there .is

APPLICATION copy should of not your be written granted.,by..serving. If any.e obllaotlon.' is closely allied by cultural dark blue deeps' a Florida National' Egg Laying
TO VOB MARK FINAL DISCHABQBrLOBlUA upon Angus O. Andrew. Attorney for and economic' ties to the bordering Fort Walton .is convenient I III to Experimental station near Chlptey.
BTATUTaS Springs Petitioner EIocde P. O. and Box S3*. DePunlak Harris InsuranceAgency "deep south. miles of Oult beach*. At th. A few miles north at QraceviUe!
la Carl Wsltea el tae Caoatjr.Cenaly Ja.... original thereof with by the filing Clerk. the of All WerM ....,.rttte Yet this narrow corridor I It un aulfarlum are< trained porpoises, It the largest peanut-shelling

State.ot .--..... *.Si2.:Court otherwise on "a dances biop" may 14pt.sob.e be entvrd Is mUUkablyriorlda" . .h its giant sea turtle and a hoot 01 plant in the world.

re the Bstat I. Prebate.In otOrady against you granting said adoption. Campbell>> Welding mild climate k superb beach. mailer species. North Is KgII: Marianne Is In s rich agricultural
Miller Deceased.To .*SHIII.8.. Court*.ay' DePualak band and springs the' -ac! of* TW w1451DcFunlak e. accent on recreation and Informal nd.| on. of the largest U. 8. milt area especially famous for
Notice All Whe la n hereby It May firm Caatirnt that DefiledUer da this 94 day of August ..... "'". has filed bar final report a* .Seal) OJerk:B.of Leo the Alad Circuit_ Court Sprlactv Fia Merida PA.n. FI.rela 4.1' I westernmost large At Destln. d"'P.... fishing Florida Caverns State Park confining -

Miller Administratrix deceased oC; the that estate she baa of Orady filed IIF Onllan Walton County. Florida city In Florida, seven times ha .u a popular sport. Florida's. largest cave, has
, bee petition for final discharge and 451 Aug 27. e.pc McDonald.J. 10 17 b.puty Clerk been the prise of armed conflict Panama City, on St. Andrew. a golf course' and picnic and

I __ __ I and- more battles have been fought Jay, features one of Florida camping facilities. South I.nlountatnwn. Is
for poasesslon of this city than afloat and mot modern municl s pleasant agrlcut-
for any other site In the New pal! marinas. The resort and com-: ural and lumbering city Loeat""l
. World. mental center ls famous for fresh orther south la Wewahltchka.. 'Imtortant -

e Modern lenoecola.' e bustling r a",1 l salt water fishing and for for frh-wst fishing

MIRROMATIC PARTY- 11S'11Il) porl.bltl industrial' city, has on. of the na superb Gulf beaches. St. Andrews and tupelo' honey
MIRROMATIC tion's finest natural harbors and Stste Park Mailing races and The 1'ort St. Jo.' harbor U base,
SIZE can opener Is the home of s naval air trainln rcyhound racing at Ebro are for large cummerlral fishing and I
;iiiiii: Deluxe statkm." Within It are the mong the are attractions. Nearby hrlmplng' "et\I. Kxcollent spnttM
AUTOMATIC ( =. ruin of Tort Ban Carlo end Furl are TyndaU Air Force and the >hlng abnuruU. and mtl_ r>f tVult
PRESSURE PAN arron...*. Guided tour are avail U. ft, Navy AOne Defense Labora "beaches such as Mexico lleech.'
I
PERCOLATOR_ able. The- Pensacola Kennel Club j offer gaud swimming.' A state
offers greyhound racing.A tory.Milton was established l ss u museum. here marks the,; C lUtItU-

For Spl ed- oiIng la Sty hi, II'a dovWe-oeered .. cultural highlight: of the. are* trading poet In IBIS and prospered. onat? Conventkm of I83a.3i: .v

Smart eeUca.' CBsresal Bait I Itryise1 I/0 Old Christ Church which from rolton<< shipping. Today there The plcture_iue town of Apachlcola -
ee* give yeu .." eff..tIe"<
trial. Will nek sad reds teak. houses the IVnsscoU JfieladcalMuseum. Ie a new diversified agriculture popular for spurt fuh-
cvnkq..ed ICrectet In .'23. It .Is the IIInd the beginnings of industrial log. produces most of Florida's,
t 4-qI. OM't' '12.9$ .. ., seteeMi. edge. H IRI oldest standing church 'In Florida.At evetonment. Sportsmen are ate 117".1'''. In .II4S. Dr. John Oerrieivented
ay SPOOKS "'" PvnMcola Death .Incaloil" on traded to the fishing In Cold. the .Ice machine' here
I ,..../ ...-.14lid.Utter $2'1 iS-mlle-long Santa floss Island, water .... kw.I.r and Yellow eslgnml. to rood l the roams of

yachting salting' water skiing. liver*. freer petlenU. Mmiels and hU-.
swimming and fishing are popular Kast: .U Cretview. a pocan mare Soda material are preserved. 'In
sports. On the western end of et renter known also for It. blue-' :he Oorrte MU8ourn.I .
literIG\\. .;IVft."WJ the Island, among rolling send ben,... At DeFunlak Springs lshe I The numerous attractions of
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.. ... CHAOME CORN ) H dunes Is. .""-.r..* Fort IMchenaMate / first Confederate monument to I Northwest Florida are among the
rf POPPER Park with Its "bell ismerd.. be erected. In Florida a simple I ,*aons Governor Farrls llryant
f AUTOMATKPOKOUTOt can opener eld cannon and cell blocks rr..,1.1..le shaft. The town grew up I end the FWMs Uewkipment
dating from l.:t. This fro sdlve round s big spring 10 feet deep Commission are urging' Flortdlan
10.15 t1a 1 Mk'ier'y
-also Fw/aLtllp/ _>I iaK .. In four wars, was s prison for, which forms B perfect circle.. At ,9 vacation in their own state this
=seal/= the Apache chief, Oeronlmo. Caryville are saw mills& fed by '.umm.... .
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