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: October 1, 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: VID00248
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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Walton Braves lost to I AValton-Niceville

powerful Robert E. Lee by a score .
Game
of 47-14. The "boys from down Cancelled _ _

under" put on a show that the iJfj ",: : : : .
football fans at Lee have DOt Supervising Principal BurvinPugh. .. : O l ll : b.

seen in a mighty lone time. announces that the foot- etc 'r17 -_ ..A . _

The Braves from Walton fighting ball games both varsity and B- THURSDAY "" : :
an uphill battle made 12 games scheduled between Walton VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY ,. .. DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA OCTOBER I 19/ \ 13c t 43

first down. and scored two touch- and Nlceville have been> cancelled COUNTY JUVENILE JUDO -
Steer Heifer Sale
downs. Robert E. Lee who has by mutual agreement I ))5,' I ;

defeated West End of Birming This means that another homecoming At Paxton Market\ 'Mayor Sets Oct fiber . .

ham. Ala. and TaUassee. Ala., game will be selected to

and did not give up but on* firs replace the Nioevllle: game which Interest is being centered In r ;

down In these two games. There was to have been> homecoming.Plans the annual stocker steer ,and J \:(

has not been 14 point scored on are being made now to heifer sale that U held each October \.

Lee. the No. 2 team in Alabama schedule another game on October by the Paxton Livestock Cooperative .. il Clean-Up Paint Jp
in three years.Th 23 which was the Braves Market lr' -

fans saw "Go-Bo" Blud- open dale.Cancer. This year's ale will be held on j ,. I

worth and "Bombing Tom" Jones Thursday October 8. Stockmenand ,. ; rye ,,_

put on a fine performance.: ""GoDo" Officers cattle buyer in northwest ":' : Saddle Club's Fall WorldWide CommunionTo Reports Dan us /
Alabamaare . ,.. lie OhNtrved At First
Florida and southeast !
gained 61 yards on the / m
Named For YearThe
... Show October
> 10
ground and caught two passes for looking forward to the sale. Presbyterian ChurchThe Mosquitoes Fo

40 yards. Jones hit 10 out of 10 .aL. '

passe for 109 yards. following officers' have SARDA To Test ::n.;'" '" Members of the Walton county Sacrament of the Lord' Mayor Harold Goodwin baa set
been elected for the Whiten county Saddle Club are working hard on Supper> will be observed Sunday, aside the week of October 5-9
The Braves got on the scoreboard aa
In the first quarter after chapter of the American Can- I Airlift CapabilitySARDA plans for the best hone show October 4. 1M4. at the First Presbytcrlsn -, Clean-up and Paint-up Week.

Lee scored' its first touchdown.Lee cer Society for the coming year they have ever had. This year Church. The city will have a truck:

iced. off to the Brave and Mrs. James (Anita) Carson U a term rapidly be- . they have expanded their annualall This is the congregation's regular . which will pick-up trash old.

in six plays, the warpathinj president; Wells Nelson, vice- coining. a byword among Civil show and on Saturday .n....- quarterly Communion and tires, excessive .na. bottles, etc..

Injure tied th* SCOT with Jones president; Dr. E. H. Myers media Air Patrol units these days-and noon. October 10 at :SOO.: p. m. it la also the day when many' If you will pile them up so they
cal advisor; Harold GUlls treasurer deal Their first show will be churches throughout the world
more night
tc Bludworth pass for 18 yards. will become a great will be available to the truck<<: ana
The Braves did not score again and Mrs. Delores Andrews familiar in the future.It .. held.Since simultaneously celebrate the Sacrament call TW 4-9M1 or T W4-3031.
secretary. and Region the of the of the Lord's Supper as
until the final 'The stands for State organisation On a recent survey conducted
period. bigchief's
bad the ball with a fourth I Committee chairmen for the Defense Airlift and on October 1- JOB DAN TROTMANJud northwest Florida south Alabama World-Wlde Communion Sunday by your sanitarian and a representative
year are: Judge James Cannon and I general aviation in virtually Horsemen's Assoclstlon a The Family Vesper Service will I of the United State
down.on the 30 yard line with 13 education: Mrs. Editha Chewer every.. state rest of the Mtetlsslpp ** Awrdd Sociaj! year ago, the hone show entries be held at ftOO: pjn. on Sunday,r Public Health Services both Adea

yards to go for a first down. services: ; Mrs. W. D. Douglas, River will be asked to Waftar* C rtMicat* have been growing with each The special emphasis of this ser and Culex mosquito\ larva were. )
Bludworth fired to Mike
a pass nominating eo m m I t tee Baker moblllre Its light aircraft in a This will be the 22nd approved , vice ts to bring together for found In the City of DeFuniak
Jacobs for 19 yards and a first Carwell.. crusade chairman and piasslvo demonstration of general County Jung and Juvenile Of show of the season snd worship all In the families of the Springs. These are the mosquito
down. A Sew after that
plays Mrs. Marvin Murry.' co-chairman. aviation's airlift capability In fleer Joe Dan Trotman has bn the last one before the associationthow / church from the youngest to the which transmit' yellow fever andencephalitis
Jones found'! Butch Kackett for a .
Chairman Caswell reported a time of national emergency.' warded UMU: Certificate of Corrections In November oldest In each family.

touchdown from eight. yards out total of $2304 collected In the The Federal Aviation Agency. from th* School of Social An extra large crowd' is ex- Th service Is held on the first Thee mosquitoes, respectively.breed In polluted

Bludworth was also named the drive last year. H. awarded a which is charged with development Welfare, Florida State University l>ectrd to participate' from the 13 I Sunday In each month and constitutes water catch basins. old
Back of the Week from Northwest certificate of appreciation to each of plans for management of Judge Trotonan tells us thecertificate active clubs. the evening worship on, rubber tires tin
empty cans,
Florida as a result of the tremendous of the team captain and expressed he nation's civil aircraft (other / requires. 21 college The Saddle Club Invites you to. that day.Here's. plastic jugs and many' other type

> offensive maneuvering his thanks to all workers who than carrier' aircraft) under conditions hours of work, which h. did plan to attend this 22-event show of man-provided water-holding

demonstrated in action during the helped In the successful drive. of national emergency. < through eonvaaondence and night and you will have a night ol, The Wrap Up excavations.'
Walton-Geneva' gam awarded for claws at the University. and that
pins
Carson
Mrs. conceived SARDA as a means toward wonderful free entertainment. After hatch these
they out
Next week Walton takes on the continuing service to Mrs. Velma d1ech.rainChat responsibility. ) this Is the highest award made of On Circuit CourtOne mosquitoes harbor in old outhouses
undefeated Florala Wildcats in lteekr Mrs Eileen Murry and this Idnd.
MR*. C. A. WAaaOM
thick
-which hot action should Clark aS; a special i An Indication of his Interestin shubbery, vacant
some : ksrs. Virginia As explained by Raymond A. case' was tried WednesdayIn lots that havent been kept cleaned .
take place since Florala is undefeated award to Mr. and Mrs. Rufus this Said, Is shown by the .
Shepanek of FAA to representatives I Word was received the past the final week of the September of under bush weeds, etc.
this season. Daughette. as both are past presidents of the organizations which: fact that tars years ago h. was week end of the death In Cobu.... term of Circuit Court, with Late clean up In and around

Th word from the Braves of the Walton county so- will participate In the October awarded" a. certificate in Delinquency Ore.. of Mrs. C. A. Wassttm.' a directed verdict given by Judge I our house, vacant lots, and rid

dressing rom is "Since Florala defy) exercise: the SAKDA has been Control.' mother of Mitchell Wilkins fur Thns. 1>. Beasley. who presided DeFuniak' Springs of these pats
is 3 and O. we are really going Paul Thompson, a state director developed and offered to tb* He tells us that so far as he many' years county' agent of Walton during the two-week term. Ver- Frank J. Boswell. R. S.

to put on a chow. was given a gold pin. fates ts a suggested eonccptroperation know, h* Is the only Juvenile county, ton H. Cole was tried in a chargeof Walton. County Health Dept
The Walton high football players Mrs. Irene Hicks field director of the general -vijUon Judge In the state holding these Mr*. Wassom was born In I catering an auto and taking

and cheerleaders wish to express from Pensacola presented fleet in an ems gency. BARDA. two eertUkatea from FSU.: Springfield. Or,.. December I I. sum Items from It. Judge Bwas-

their sincere thaw to those awards to Judge and Mrs. James he explained.. Is in consonance 1881 and was 9* years of age at lay heard the testimony and P T. A. Council

whoa contributions mad it pos- Carson and to Baker Caswell. with planning by the Otfle of the Urn of death. olrected a verdict acquitting Cole Meeting At FreeportThe

Ubl for them to make the trip emergency Planning Office or Fish, Game Board She is survived by three chll- before the case went to the Jury

to Montgomery on a chartered PALM LAKE 4.H CLUB Civil Defense. Staa* Aviation I Takes Oyer Lake den. Mitchell Wilkins of thisilsce. In the final session of the term Walton County Council of

Greyhound' bus. DdeaaS Mrs. Grac held. Clev and Johnson
{ Clark. Thursday
Directors. State C1J Coburg *
I T. A:. held Its first regularly
Lake 4-K Club held .
Th Palm the AIR evil Herman Wilkins Cheyenne and Charles Johnson were
Organizations Commission Thursday
Th County Ore scheduled meeting of the 194463 -
their first meeting of, the 94-93 Air Patrol (CAP) and general resolution \ ., and nine grandchildren. convicted of grand larceny .
morning adopted a : school year at Freeport high
Elects W elected officers -
Tivoli
school new
Individuals.
year. and .
Assistant Stale' Attorney gaiterAnderson
aviation industry groups ..
Water
this As stands: asking th. Gm and Trash school' on Thursday evening September
: for yesr. MM. W. M. AOKItON the
Miss Tivoli Barbara White; Vice I Fish Commission to lake over was prosecuted 24. with, a delicious chicken ...
President expected to told the the two cut
(U case jury
state
Each: and Back lake asa .
Like Stanley supper being served by the
Presldent. Mary' Burke; SecretaryKatriaa ) its own BAJtA operational Mr. Wllll Marion Adkl..", age down two strands of slanguagetopper
r "Tb -student body of Tivoli high White; .Treasurer. Jee I develop Pith' --*-."* **- flab".."management area. l 47. a native. and III. Inns resident wire' from ItKA line nearrreVport Freepott P. T. A. and school..

school, voting JaI weak, elected Turner; CmTTff-ITslTg"",. Pamela FA***'eiNsa 1 rfw.e..wea..Waleb.a. with, .f Med Day.aled'' 'Wwinesas?, 'tor a 'tuit e*' -" t* ._,'Over slaw wwnbera. .V.-a\-
Caroline Sheffield a sophomore New 'Linda orgsnlzaUons. ... aa area of about 168"aeree*, U* led .U'bu' one of the P. T'A.'as
Taylor reporter. .. the October' night. September 33. ))9.4 In a I polea?> \
to reign as Miss Tivoli Devotion leader Wyno- CentWill mien within the city' limits and UM ctf 'alameeting.county attended .au.-'first
Prescott; be an FAA ex'cries Panama City hospital aa a result Th wire. measured about threemiles I .
daring "4-OS. Attendants elected .- l.J Farmer; Song Leader Wanda but will be i"' **"***.* effort action followed a? meeting of rIdente *- 0' Injuries. he receive, In a boiler 'In 'length and weighed over' .
are Cheryl Gavins a sopbomor Hardy.: Historian. errs' Conner. and federsl .PDdee held earlier this week explosion at Internatlunal Paper thousand pounds he said. Th tuislnamsssslon. was pr-

'* and Ella Baldwin a senior. Barbara White our president, of ale aviation. with Game and Fish officials.' In Company. Judge .......1" sentenced each aWed over .by CUls: William,

Criteria used for selecting theM told us about her stay at Short" and general combined' general .vlatlos. Which residents. voted' 3O-3 teM Funeral services were conducted 'to serve four years In slat pit county" council preidcnt. and. a.

young ladies were: (1) must have Course 4-K Camp. Teenage TOe capability 01be mauler 'I- Coanmiaaian to take over .. 300: VM. Saturday trim son. rummUte was appointed to Invstlgate
airlift the
possibilities of etabUshing -
a scholastic average of B or Camp. Electric Camp. 42 times the number lakes. A the Red Bay Presbyterian church

above; (2)) must have a commendable The meeting was adjourned to comprising aircraft In the total air cant- Joe Blanchsrd. nod BUI Wilson, with Rev Judge II. Helms nf.Ictsung. a Bookmobile, or TravelIng -

conduct record and (3)) must meet again at Joan Turner's ot represents- a vast resource fish biotogtoU\ with the Commission Interment followed 'In Braves CommendedFor Library, to cover all of Walton

b* able to speak well in public. home. October 15. 1904. fleet would became critical l 1 In Urn.f . who-wr 'at the meeting the Red Bay cemetery, with'C nr\- t7.
that Their ShowingIn Dates and site for Ih regularly

Caroline Ella and Cheryl's Linda Prescott. national emergency.' FAA sap, Thursday. and a number of residents antler Funeral Home directing.

parents respectively are Mr. and News Reporter SARDA concept.- from the area, said the Pallbearers.. were Keith Miller Cramton Bowl_ scheduled County Council
In Its meetings ..t.. follows'
were December
:
Mrs. Baby Sheffield. Mrs. Ida capability now largely Use. lakes would be poisloned. probably Clifford Miller Edwin GomllUun.
Baldwin and Meand Mrs. Frank .I 11TH DAY PARTY This and uaorgantoad.' With' October 5. to kill all fish aaU Tyrone Cosaon. WUmer chamberlain 3. Valley View; Marsh 4.
Dormant Walton I Principal llurvln Pugh Darlington; May 1. Walton high.
restocked and fertilised.
Gavins. It baa oeve* htosexercised could be and Stanley W.rd.If .
one NPUoG received. the following' easnpli The guest speaker for the evening -
"
Watch next week's paper for The Sunday school room of the a 1ftIIIU-etat.e. npoaal Is survived by one son.
Ttvoli High School rbvnecoinlAjBenifay Pt. Washington Mthodist church OD That one exeeptb \\"nM resolution not at oppoal-. Wendell Leroy ArikUon. Red. nay mentary letter Monday StemJame was Dr. neribner. Dean
basis.
....
T. u"/ Montgomery of the Okalooaa-Walton Jr. Col-
-S were the scan* of n gay p-5tySaturday airlift exercise ''S+rvtVeltut" u... to the action from a few four daughters. : Mfr Robert K.:
was an the Robert K. Lee .leg. who to the
resident of ape group on
19 I
afternoon. September conducted In Ita *t 1M residents of th* area on the following Ramer. New Port" News Vs.. Mrs .
: Parenl-Tscher organisation the tremendous of the
schowl growth new
when Mrs. Xdd Wallin entertained dad fish Riley. II:. Flanders. high
R.ectaL. grounds (CI) Jacksonville.
FAA >.Eaetaa ..... and outlined the
Rodeo tn honor of her daughter Ad- FAA again has ... following would' b* obrUonabl) N. c., Mrs Lester Doswell. Baft..Y. .. : many
This 7eaI' ,. ardent tan of UM Lee benefit to be derived and the
End rlann. on her fifth' birthday.' to puUdpa"Ia (2)) the blows or seism of '. and Miss. Marilyn/ JuanltaAdktson sn
This Week vtted theM poupe attended the. .
service. available
Th children njoyd playing. ... fattewing: the tertlllxaUn of Red Bay. football. team I game many from our
expanded plankton
a vastly i. .heat night &In Creation. Bowl. It, new juatof milage.Walton .
g- and then Adrienne openedtor which will **>* teatReg .* would be 'obtertlonabt for There are two brother' F4ward .
rte both teams.
Professional rodeo railed many' lovely gifts. and swimming and water sport. and Ad_..... ll."d Bay. and Monroe was a tine game by .1

North America's roughest eompetttlv Mrs. Wallin. assisted by' her I Eastern Souternmlutery (I) nlghttlm fishing activity Adklaon, Macon Os, and.. two. The SCOT was not an indicationof Gaily
sport-ewings Into action and Mrs. : and win Ih* I,... ef football which you" Cfcagkr of CcajnaarcaCoaxjnunity
nwthnr. Mrs. Livingston government! organisations.ThVxrcl . anight prove; a nuisance In thisrnHdmtUI sisters. : .. A. C. Ward. Grate' I
In Bonlfay Friday through Sun John Fonvm. teacher of UM and FAA says, will arc. vile, and Mrs. Annie Ma Jit*. .team plsjred. Calendar

day.' Oct. 2aID Bonifays 19thannual Sunday' School class. nervedand. have theM six**.objective) : City, Councilman Oyd Mors. wart, of Bonlfay, Five grandchildren .. In the '&&NIl.moments o'play Ih*,. October 1-Oct. 7
Walton team was
Florida Championship the -
Northwest '
gajn
traditional l birthday' 1II..CaroW also. survive. .
Rodeo, sponsored by the to the little people.u.o.e To test and smphseH* theteIan .- who along& with. |Ag as though the scare was a: Ortober DeFuaUk Mason -
punch of Ute general Goodwin'was present. at the Sells
: portance tl..They saver gave up. This was 73.; .
IUwauls. Club.Cwboy Aanong enjoyed this dtlghtful *- ra-I OrrVfrS At Crt H.... Yeas
transportation Mid tins
fleet as a vital m-tiag this week LM fans.In I
entrant will b* .tepursuit rpprcctated by the Green Thumb Garden Club -
affair wAdtaerie/ I of -"T .** entranc to tile lake Oe<* D.rl..e. N_.. Hs.. .
in support
source on* public mlouU. amiend eee
of a prts money pack- Stan and dye. Toote. Old Th Walton ....... the final i 3.19.:
were survival. and i**..*ry would' be closed. between T 9> civilian being
after
.gje expected to top. tie ....* and Gay Godwin. Teresa. Butler I CJC national aaa*rtagf'gensral offices will be open during the of the gam*. I Oct.flay School PTA-TOO.:
divided. among wtancra at the fort to event and 9 ajn. hour thrown for a .lose> and penalusd.! Paxton MItT .w -,.00.
aDd Sbes noon beginning October
these last .,.w7 Any. deed fish. would b* promptly I. beck on. a fourth down Oct. 3 Country Club Dans
*
redsrs eaadirtos year. and Mrs. Roy .. thy *m -
Mr*. SIB Toole '' a ...... low train- .f M4 and will close at 4 OO) t,m. and
Thar shill h* flv* tontadsnt eve Pnisnn also dropped to to wise .. .. M removed. Th dttilMy and 3* yards to go to sore 9 O*. *
... r tile .....eor I petlen. ....... Adrian -Many Happy' Returns aviation. aagabetumIng to -kitro nab Is rat hurt by. UM agent usedto A Fine BAM! u* .kick the "r. point. For this Oat. ddiettes-.TJeX. ? *."

a4ed essdr euie e ...... c.w. usiiUMlfS. .. kill th* flsn and a greet determination and spirit tl.* Lee Pastes City CeuncO-TOO.DeFuaiak : .
..,.. Aersetatte. W .... -.so. .f UM D yPCARD State and l..k.-..*.**.ial.:2iBVM.U many' *f th* fish ar* rosilymghl f.D4 responded with a sUnUUtgtvsllon. ... Uans-T.9.:
\
yetik... will ke1D dele J tal.e na. for airlift UanjinrtaUnr nT and tskan. after. kills The tans were .visibly C. ., C. --..-,.....

tined ......... Or THANKS >**d* Ja cminaeF! _1*"T.. of uus .klfMf.. UM alsiaglsfs said.TV rived by your .team's deterifT..... OrC 4 OeFulak. Caster liar -

pa LrI two big ....... es t ...- ; .rr. ....l. V iiiiiluiiim ...... ...., If. a tk. >... Yaw, ........ ..h.*..ld-f* ..... 77.= .
w. would IDle t* xprs earp of ter-9Jlal* ,aspee.rt.ceotdtrtlon an. 1 mbar (set at Ov) W UM rvscum .. well fan. _
ftMIr ... S.Isrdy ahem. Stdtdm awa ....)Met. as as year Jayee** T:M.DrUngtoa .
>.. aawsled ...... .... _.dstI.. and thank to all the to rw .* fJ.s..tl sMe.te. rmutplaId abut aq were a credit to your setMol.W ) rrA-TAO.Ubrty .
rr-ir ..."..'. Ie the hindnrasesih aviation reaoureaa. to an emt- tfcal MightfrrulUatton. ..... ire' .f a4IratlMt .-
snags __"" 1--u, ... thyestwrrty .. wtII .have Ih greatest PTA-T.aa: ,
be are d tile ....... ..a.u dewing the Stews. cud. at ...,,. pstpt nrUen wvaOd .. lor your spilt avdwrminatlon ..... Quartorhack a.1:21.Oat. .
> tile ttsa *f UM dth cf our loved and ......-.. UMbUttie .... ...... ,
lest t
M tY ...... I$47aar. T. M taken. to put a step and u.ep respect 7-**Ua-" *..
t "
Slate
hl.leey..r. blsasings
wa ada baea lso. .... May 0r r/a7.st. lur at Federal and,.* Th bWnc..... said the lake will r far. your ......'. ability. to realty .*. Walton Mias-TJ9.: .
Zhee.YtIY M wla eadn and everyese agencies In sr j-byest fhen n'aaench' frsrkmt __Ull.. with stp.
ttsgd 1I the M -r h* ferUluwt ene play f D.Ftatta Gerdes Cheb-OSf.
fo eery w ... e.raswattlp1.lUMlu ...,.r. eta) ......... '-'S'... ...-.r .. Ma r.. ts Octnkcr. and ht rise.* sowvey our .bt-t .>..*..

0. K. .ilaa.sl ...... Tice. T sUY ofMfr. ..o.ditt..aT drrel.paat If any. alp. .1appave to M Itae .tml.*il body, the toast, Mr. DM. .Muse* mt Parry. Fin' .
.
... PIweeCt .. ter
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tIagaged Este ad3r'r ptwg ..1lltadlai.a ..... a .... rate will t. i" lied. I UM band.Jam . ........ hers ws hb.
W t..11.1fiA2EDA -the
t1IIIIIda brand Th Os- and fish C-mat- 1Haa r &y. Hasif Ms it a.'

>.r..t feaw 7tntes.L3lg.leM CARS 09 THANKS plaw. : d stray .r.tiag r >ll r sre.... . ** /. Urttton.tL 1'resl 1er 4 row. MI.*sBraves TMI. ptlwfnlaw.

T. prowldo. fcr drvelsgst..t. : last. _II- massed. .... Lake. .tft K. Lee ItJCJit ...... Is .... '..... r Wf1S. ..'
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w. wV M ......- S dapaPeafl .aa.r..ktlosa fat Luke ittewV .sd c-.a. Lake pMnt-Te*.her oddF1. .. Cue. /its.s:, .. !.. 4
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....... ..... r Sae inn. the. t7semis. ... maed ....... d puumal S. rarrNeae.t ....... Ch .U.PM is .*.*? H Timbale. dp.as tattM that

.... AI AiJp MIS.t ....... herd en. all acter a ..-.. -A.- dr w ,. b* .-", I....* for hi* ...Dnt tbs.'s pea.Mp.P0A :Ii
..... 1rlOah
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all d..eh f/IC "AA ..- .. .
.... St De / W ilMren4 -ad. SALE 1111Derpiita
Vin Ltr.h.rtr d .. ....... .... he -n--t.r" J' T. f. r
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ttlwe 1
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91 wm praarkArgyte .eaTM . b. Is. ssd $eeehw AM Of Or Krtcmmttklwena .
a._ Wt la a* r.. h ant .. teed 1 pied.meth ..... .... -
M tea ...... .....apelsger Martre Adkbawad .._ ssr% r en law. 411&JtrF" O. .. .. stQTICgM .
4-11 with servtc* batph.. W@Bs.t4 areaayes aD atrcraft wfcl-fc II can **.*t Tic. Ck9j ......." cat I ;,... h..A.m. d'-WS Meew..ti ... ...
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.... .t T3O: each a P9W. gW-.**> w ef MttfcMMl. des ends buses* wm aB hev ft* h* I :.oI.f I ,.. Adel.. Rprts Mi. Grand ....

e.. es..t- Y ....... tiectaYe see nedeed Wednesday ..... In by OcVA-rr *h.. t*> but IMd an :1/. ; i Marrow fill IK. Orand. Chs4r ofrlnrita.
.
es.thent et DsV kgwlags OM. Mr. and Mr Cad o.n.sr. It ..... ...ea Die evs"-- w. W esleeda laM reer. if pa __ U_ _ a : OL K. L wtil visit D..- "J 1ft -

kees grows bar ..Oat .. .... fey die pact dot sake hvv* deal m tbs5 extent Mth. .... PSI .,... few Cutia. as+. b. I rweMk Ch.** *r N*. Hi. .. Fr.-

tl Maw De .... fee lEt.g bga3tes. bew wMtlad an Tr+ssnaa Arts Sgkt atsevsft Ibet S. in- .kef- of the Lichened. C> Mes chefs Caeit.,>..ny' and a floe d.f evening. Or ***r at 7i .hIUU. State ,Llltpls Lew Rai.Sept. .

- M lf.w snler 1- tea'd.F with. rkr4r and l...,.. M*. ........ .law eaaerp. 'r ..... sW.. U yea arc ...... M we as*. sod> a swatter. pe sad. IoN..- tics Ma.a.w . N M3s .

.k...I ..r.tl..t Y __ gl end Mr*. Charta. Grady Dorsey. fir fill etc.. -. saeusae+r a 0e ZJwaW Cif.I amwtk' ..*. a* learnt last A Mac.t will a* served. In the a w ;

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Creek Baptist Church '
WUbur Kelly, Pastor ) i


Davis Lane Baptist Church ,_ ...
Pastor Orvls Miller _
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Rev Marvin Ta.lor'j

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peels Drive DeFunlak Spg* f laOayle ,,y G'r .r
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OUlla Presbyterian Chapel .
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B.ch.oenna Road
'u alas Springs n a.7N ""
a. W. Threlkeld, Ylnlata"

'Euchee V. Presbyterian. Church r'. Z t .
Freeport Presbyterian Churca a y
Church , < ,
01eDda1e Presbyterian A. a ;.
a.4 Bay Presbyterian Church yY
I M. Ash. 1JW'er 1--. .

Halnt Ajtatha'a KpUcopal: CSturaht
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nnt Methodist Church _
Orel Drive, W*.tHv L % ts'' :wJ2 ,.Mhy cM ,; r a .
I ". Lan don GarrisonWesley

Memorial Methodist yyr r
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C. C. Colvln ,. ;'
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Methddlit Church: ,M : 3 w
J. D. Ratitro*

Bruce M tbodl.t ChurchJ
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'__ J. A. Anthony Jr. ,; r'+

Dsrlln liev. C. C. Colvln
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Rev. C. C. ColvlnOeJTualak _

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W. O. W .U1am. Pastor.East a' ,
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JfsctsMJda. Baptist churl '
Her.Qaskln. w. .-,1O0' THE CHURCH FOR ALL. . .; r.'"
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First Baptist. Church ALL FOR THE CHURCH D ;;:,...
LM U. Johnson I'M lorbaptiat a c .'

The Church: la. the .. <, ,
7 .poet Cbvrch a' on earth for the building of charao<<
W. L. Clark Pastor ?j b' tor and Rood rittavuihip.It U a storehouse .

,. .4f*, of spiritual( l value. Without a
friendship Baptist Church ..f
neither' democracy
r.. strong Church
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C. Lester Weekly Pastor '",.. nor civilization cnn IlIIrvl'nlt'r... "God's garden" . those were St. Paul's words to describe the early ... ''' 4 ,

Qaskln South Baptist Church nro four sound reasons why every Christian fellowship. Prom its seed of revealed ruth the Church r1;+ t. '" '
Tucker Aplln person should attend' services regularly ;. mighty "' .. ,.
llev. S.. and support the Church. They has grown: and flourished: . spreading into many, .lands-developing, inmany'ways ; -c' .irQlaDda1.BapU.'CWnIa -
are: <1)) For hi* own snke. (2)!) For but always'linked by oneness in Christ.. . I'pf.;
J. U. Birmingham Pastor '
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hU children' sake. ((3)) For the +11. "
of him community and nation. (4)) ."'... 4Lim.
Stone Baptist Church For the aake of UM Church: Itself. World-wide Communion Sunday is a day of spiritual renewal for -. -:. ...;
It... Cony Iliac w Pastor which needs hi. moral and material
support. Plan to go to church regularly Christians every creed. It_ is a time to remember our brothers in all 5.. .. .. '<.If'* ,

Rev.Mew Kenneth Harmony.Klckllgbter Baptist Churer and read your Bible dally. lands, fuad",tr pray that our differences may be transcended by the power ,, ';. ;', ', ..' "$ t,
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Orov* Baptist ChurchKenneth. '.t a. ,of the Holy Spirit working among us. It.1 is a call to greater effort, greater '.. :' .. ,... ,
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", wall, Pastor ", F er pereotalSpartdpadonwhat. .by_ our example 1 all men may be 1 led 1 t o.-f ........ -1r4'';..' "' c-

P..... ....u.t church knoWSTesuji'aa" .their'Saviour.a : r ,w .'.: : ?,- :\ ,;.:" r";
Charles' Kerby Pastor

,Maaaaat XUdg Baptlat ClMiNli ..,; The Church needs ,the support of every Christian on this meaningful : i ,
Rev. James Kinchin: I .
occasion. Decide now that you and your family will be present at . ;{ -*.;' .
Pleasant Orov. Baptist Church .
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Table. : )
the Lord's
naVe floyd Osrrelt Day Book Chapter VersesSunday '..... : ;
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Zechariah 8 14-23 .
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Rev. T. R. Padgett .: : ; ,
Monday Luke 8 415 ", ,
.......w. ....... Cltr.i Tuesday AcU 10 3448Wednemlay '''.;. \ .. .
Rev. Ivan Martin Ilomana 13 8-14 .f1! 'Vllev.
rb'I"x""" ; S.. :
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Friday I Corinthian. 11 17422:!: y -
Robert Knox. PPastoraptlet . ) ....
Saturday I Corinthians 11:3-32 '_ ''<:'>-': MKi"": ;;_,- ': '/' 04 '1' .
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October tat 2nd and 3rd n
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Winning corn starch corn syrup pumpkinpie
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spice and vanilla extract. -to
Pillsbury Recipe CHEESECAKE TOPPING .F .
2 eggs slightly beaten
The $%5.000 grand prize winDer 1-3 cup sugar
Ins''PUlsbury'a 10th grand na 3 ounce package cream cheese
floral recipe! and baking contest H cup dairy sour cream
by*Janis Boykin Melbourne, Florida 1 tablespoon lemon Juice
Combine eggs, sugar and 2 tablespoons :
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Registered
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PEACHEE8Y PIE peach liquid in small you're
1 pound 13-ounce can pea ch:I saucepan. Cook over low heat
slices stirring constantly until mixture
2 cups Plllsburya best sit fed* I thickens. Soften cream cheese In,
regular or instant blending all]I small mixing bowL Blend In sour
purpose flour, cream and lemon Juice with County you MUST register by.,
Gradually
1 teaspoon salt mixer on lowest speed
add hot mixture beating constantly *
S-3 cup, shortening
2,.tahljwoflna.butter until Wroth.a ,,-
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JBake in a' 9 Inch plepan in426sdegree i I For use with Plllsburys
*oven' Best Self-Rising Flour. Omit salt. '. .
Drainpeaehea,* reserve liquidCombbM TIp-if desired cut top crust
flour*with salt in mix, into circles arrange on cheesecake
Ink bowl. Cut In'anortentnguntlHne. topping.
Sprinkle: 6 to 7 tablespoon. Recipe Compliments Casey'sXOA.
peach liquid over mixture stirring .
with'.fork until dough hold
together' :Roll halt of dough on Walton Menus

floured surface to a circle IV Monday Ravioli with meat
inches larger than Inverted fl-lncl I
sauce ham and cheese sandwiches -
pie-pan. Fit into pan. Place peach English peas, orange Jello with OCTOBER
filling in pan. Dot with butter. manderln oranges cookies, rolls,
Cover with topping. Roll out remaining milk.
dough. Cut large slit
chicken
Wednesday-Hot dogs
for escape of steam. Moisten rim salad sandwich. baked beans
crust. Place crust over
of bottom
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cabbage, carrot and tomato salad .
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topping Seal by molding top edge peaches cake with chocolate icing -
under bottom edge, flute. Brush
milk.
with peach liquid. Bake at 425
degrees for 10 minutes, tehn at Thursday-first evaluation day.
aW degrees for 30 to 35 minutes. Friday-Chill with beans salt- ,
Cover: edge with foil after 20 min ines, fish squares and potato
utes of baking. stlsks. lettuce and tomato salad .
PEACH FILLING. peach cobbler rolls, milk. ', 0'

2 Vi tablespoons ctn-sugar corn starch Dr. and Mrs. Charles ltoehm, .

2 tablespoons corn syrup Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Campbell. Jr. to vote in theNOVEMBER r{
2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice left Saturday afternoon to attend : .
2 teaspoons vanilla extract the 'Tulane vs Alabama tw

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recently advanced their Ideas We live Insurance.breathe. Insur.
on bow to enjoy an ulcer- nee and all Insurance . .
tree rip old age. The advice handle every type ef risk. If
was directed primarily to there la any way we ean help'

businessmen, but it I. a formula you with a p........... It will' be .. .. ... ,., .
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doctors advised against use :
Harris Insurance
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VOLUME 73-PUBLISHED EVERY:; THURSDAY or DeFUNIAK- SPRINGS FLORIDA THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1964

would Mr. and Mn. Charles pay and were: Mr. and :Mrs. Edd Walline.
''THE DeFUNIAK..flERALD one yet offered,and- -be'greatlyfavor- Point Washington son Gilbert of Niceville spent Mrs. Jack Cosby. Mr. and Mrs.
ed by the residents of the northern portionof And The Beaches the weekend at their cottage and Roy Burllson Mrs. Gene In- Ornamental IronworkShop
Combined with ,TIIEMiREKZEDetVnlak the county, by Walton county and by the also visited in West Bay on Sat- finger. Miss Julia Strickkland
evening. Miss Helen I L rickkland and Mr.
Springs* Florida residents of the fast-growing- NfcevilJe and Mr. and Mr Bob White and I urday Mrs. Audrey Peeples of Choc-: and Mrs. Van Butler. Located At Gaskin
Published Every: Thursday at Valparaiso area. children and Mr. Ollie Sue Godwin -, tawhatchee Beach nad :Mrs. Steve
DeTuniak Spring. Florid The school all of New Orleans, pent Barrett of Seagrove Beach spent
Aboard, vwould, 20 at
be +making a the weekend of September Monday. September 21, in Hart-
Completely Cover Walton County Trading AiM serious mfetako,toe Pt. Waihlngton. I .
t* mite until the full ford Ala. with their friend, Mr Eaton Real Estate &
From /Uabama .to the Gulf of Mexico details of the desirability Mrs. Billy Wesley of DeFunUk. W. M. Merritt.
Paid ,of the NJcevitle : and advantages Springs, was a brief visitor in Mr. ,W. A. Holley was a business .
Second-Cla Postage
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;. ;has':been thoroughly Pt. Washington. last week. visitor in DeFunlak Springs Insurance Agency
H. C. STORRS. Publisher 1824-1983 studied. Mr. and' Mr*. M M. Argo of
HOWARD.STOHRS. Editor, Publisher .We-do not boUeve<< >Itbeyi will be Birmingham and. his brother-Ben in- Friday.Bob and June Butler returnedto A AUTOMOBILE FIRE
pressured law and cuter Mr and Mrs. Ala. home
,SUBSCRIPTION: nto.m.Jdl1lr\thisj, last their Huntsville. INSURANCEBONDS
mistake, spent
\ ..Okaloosa News- Beeple of Atlanta after spending several
Walton and Adjoining, CounUM__.*3j00, Per YAM Journal. week In the vArgo's S4.grove Tuesday day at their Choctawhatchee:

Other -MJMtPyr Yapr . .. . .fIIO, Beach The home.ROy Burlisons spent last Beach home. They enjoyed JJurlUons fish We represent STROUT
Encourage Tree Cottonwood dinner with the Boy
Planting: week at Sealy Springs Other guests were rEALTY
,New, NicevilJe Bite For Junior,College) ?Mfodern+fanning>4an't'&nfinedvo: vAla.:; ,-:"returning home Fri- Albert Saturday.Butler and daughter Ter- All Work GearantoedCampbell
Pr.04ucnK"
Appears Best,Of Any Offered .County .! the day night.. In Real:.Estate since 1900
# ffood 4hat.make pus the beat sited The lih. try',Saturday evening essa.The of Welding
The'' Garniers"'Bayou site recommended ...PeOple"in-the-world."Nowadays: at Pt..Wahincton school and Quarterly Conference the vJYnr Location
one of the the Methodist Churches of
the location for the Okaloosa Walton Col- sponsored by the Santa Rosa Lake Stanley
important
isn't Sunday.
held
; crops edible at all. Bruce Charge was
It
is trees. Lines Club wa well attendedand Rt. 3. Box 14*. DeFunUk aprltifl
,Jejte has not met with any approval here, so Tree farming .is .comparatively new. It an interesting business session September 20 at the Bruce Church TW 6-4441
(far as we have heard, the unanimous wish was the product of the problem and a basic followed with the discussion Hardin with the bringing District Supt.the Dr.morning Edd ,DeFimiak Springs Fla Florida' Phone FUrala, 4*NttHoar

< pf everyone with whom \we have talked be- national need. In the old days, the forests being Choctawhatchee about the oyster Bay and Industryin game message. Those from, the Point I
:
ilnjr that a site in the Nlceville area be,pro- seemed inexhaustible. So the loggers just management in this area. Washington church attending"CHECK"

""vided. The considerably further travel nec.lI8sal' cut and moved on to.new,stands. I I
.. )" to reach the Garniers site is a aeri- Time proved that this
ious drawback ,for this county and there tiblllty of our ,timber resources ,was an il-
.are several other undesirable features, rats lusion. The forests were going and fast II 24
pointed out in this editorial from the Oka- under the pressure of demand for more and 3 k

ijoosa News-Journal, -moreof .thousands of products that CHORES THERE
The new Nice vi lie site proposed for the come from wood. So, before the problem YOUR

t permanent location of the Okaloosa-Walton became acute, far-sighted men moved and AND ENJOY DEPOSIT SERVICE
..Junior College appears on the surface to be the concept of the ,b e farm was born.

by far the moat suitable yet offered. Its growth has been spectacular. Last year THE NICE WEATHER! ,
The wooded ,site is located in almost the tree farmers jpjaa, ted t, billion trees on their

.exact population center .of the two-county taxpaying lands,_,and in .recent'*years ,the' NIGHT DEPOSITORYUse
i.area which the college 'will serve, and the new growth ,has exceededthe cut. 'The convenient
.-topography is ideal tor conversion into a danger that,we might ,.ultimately becomea our envelope-drop.

("beautiful and sheltered college campus. nation barren of timber is being met. No key is necessary. Deposit suppliesare
,It is well served by a network,of.highways ',Tne.1'UD I1a.haa..unlQue; ,problems. Time : ) '

.radiating into all areas from which the students is at the,.heart.of.them-,41 t.akes,20J,"100 I : furnished and your receipt will

will come. Yeu8..or..more.beI..a..uee; .. ws 0 marketsble i _._ -V be mailed the following: day.BANKBYMAIL .
It is not in the Eglhi Field flight patternand ,sjsz.:e IJppgq.dtJithis there,are heavy
comparably free from noise created. by ,riskOreand hhe4epredationsof' insects Driving or walking all over town to pay monthly

planes 'passing overhead.The and disease."Rbaseananies. ,must be controlled ,bills,.or ony bills, can be a real chore . take '

site is surrounded by the Eglin golf ,and that_Isa costly: Job. ,So, if the a lot of time, effort and gasoline. Open a checkt4nfl i. '

course on one side, the Eglin reservationon tree farmer is jto J>e<,encouraged, he must account here now and pay all your bills by Ask us for free bank-by-mall envelopes.

two other sides, and a restricted residential have a favorable tax climate. That exists >moil I You'll have more free time . and easy -- Every mail box is a teller's window.: '

1 area of the City of Nicevllle on the for the most part in the tlmber.,areasand, ,i to-fUe"receipts" (your cancelled checks,).

other. is an' allimportaJ1tfactor in making tree ' 1 s> asas
# _The City of Nlceville has offered to pro- farming possible on ,a huge ,scale. ''START "CHECKING"/ HERE TODAY '

{ vide sewer and water service police and fire '''The,, forest eternal %has become a ,reality. CAWTHON STATE BANK
i protection, garbage collection and the assurance oOo

of zoning protection. All needed About The Suceaalon THE ,FIRST NATIONAL ;BANKMember DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, ,FLA.
utilities are readily available.A Ever since the beginning of this
natural water supply is also available certain questions country, Member
concerning the
:.. hich,,would, man-made. '..and feasible ;successive: .have?been raised. .'Yet Presidential.., as a, discussion I -* Federal, --Deposit*> -insurance.. ... Corporation. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.. ..
ito construct lake on or adjoinIntr .
of the - -iv '
". the cam. u s .+ corn. Da rat/vet/ tv little I'n.t.hi.rho Chamber ....____problem prepared by th -_. - -- -- -- -. -
commerce or\the United States
; id ;
A 'be constructed between
points out they have yet to be satisfactorily
highways 85 and 285, paralleling the Eglin answered. Now the,issue is in the limelight
Air Force and Nlceville city boundaries, thus again due in part to the assassination of
increasing the accessibility to the campus .President -Kennedy which left the nation
from all directions. without a Vice President.
And it looks
This site offers a number of advantages If there Is a good chance that 'something as

over the Garniers. Dayou site' which is the will at lastabo ,done to establish procedures a
4 only one out of 17 sites previously offered for handling cases of Presidential inabilityand

which was approved by the site committee .keeping( the office of Vice President
appointed by the state department of edu- filled at all times. Thank

cation to make a survey of the sites. ,The need for that clearly is much greater You

The Garniers site is eightandonehalfmiles now than it used to be. Time was when the
further away by automobile or bus Vice Presidency was considered a one-way v t
than the present temporary quarters in ticket to political oblivion. The holder of
, downtown Valparaiso and would ent.aUan the office presided over the Senate and

additional 17 miles of travel daily for all was empowered to vote in case of a tie and

students coming 'to the college tl'Ollthe that was the size of it. In late years, most
northern areas of Okaloosa county and all particularly under President Eisenhower
of Walton county. the Vice
Presidency has taken
,The Garniers site would entail a high cost increased on a vastly
authority and responsibility. The a ...,
for the construction maintenance and opera- holder attends Cabinet ,
meetings and is
tion of independent sewerage and water facilities a
statutory member of the
vital Nations( Security .. ,
since there is no municipality from Council. He carries ,r'
,out
delicate
which these services could be obtained. ,missions which may have. an influence on : 'Me entire;pe..nne.tat creel Ford wish to express sin-

' Likewise there would be no local(, police the peace of ,the world. ,He,.roust be thoroughly PI'.eildi ,
fire j.4 fMriBe + nIMMae! wonderfully fine
or protection and no municipal garbage prepared to step into what is generally reception ;. I

disposal service available. ,considered ,the most powerful officeon 't- ,. 'given all the new. 1965 nrsMiels on display here last week. ,
The site survey team in its report cautioned earth. )
against the advisability establishingI At preseat. the Mae *f. succession in the f: We are also most grata&rtl. for the many compliments N'

I a site where municipal services are not avail- event th.... isAO
Vie
> President begins $ .*- the new models which .
we are most enthusiastic ,
table saying . If sewerage and water with the Speaker of the House followed by ** !
supply. must be provided to the site, ,tM the President Pro Tern of the Senate. Hut 'r..'X'.b ut. :' j jm ,
.i ,cost of the site development may be higher. these men have demanding jobs of their : ,
than the total coat of another site which J..
.
own to perfonn.and, there is doubt that they I "-45
tdoe not require such development costs." can,be expected to properly prepare for the1'rea1deRq' :m,> "CtNne by and test drive the new cars and see for yourself -
The survey team also stressed that the A question of the "A "
separation of : '
what
i tNiceville, area would be the Ideal place for power, in t.he ,government aba is involved .' :"I Total Performance in a car can mean. i.

the college' provided a suitable site could be At any rate, the Senate .Judiciary ComJttUtee'has .,
obtained since it was I located in,the populai (
Uon center of the area to be served and thus Gonstlvaioa.approved that Is designed an amendment to correct to the the il We appreciate the interest shown by all those what, attended -

would-. be readily accessible to the largest weaknesses: the present law. It would do the showing and thank yon all for the fine
(number of prospective students. three things: Permit a President to declare' ,
Another drawback to the Garniers site is his Inability to discharge his duties and 'J,, -t reception you gave this great new line of cars. ,

the fact it (is close to the concentrated alriport -. allow the Vice President to take over as .. *
I parking and "motor runup" area of Acting President; set up procedures that t '

;the,Main Base as well as the take-otf and would permit the Vice President, the Cabinet ,
r n lun for area, and would be subjected to al 1- and Congress to determine whether inability -

y, r..t_ continual distracting aircraft noise exist*:.and to make possible the fil
:,\;:,;.,, %In view of these facts the Okalooear ling of a Vice Presidential vacancy by per .- .. ..

, Journal strongly urges the county mitting the President to nominate a Vice
i '\\ board to postpone final selection of President subject to

J 1 --t. site for the junior college. until exist for deciding& a possible congressional dispute con-over s Creel, Ford Company Inc...
team has the opportunity ,
, .. aurvey whether Presidential, inability does or doe"
; > C, to the county to !J.up.c-t.be. not exist.. Thus it .Is shied a vacuum could!, _

: ,pg M in NIctfvtUc.KIeviU exist ,that in these time* could be ,. .... sr
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Liberty HomeDemonstration Jones was chosen chairman for MASONIC NOTICE I ', '- .., .- . .... . ,-.... . '
the fair booth
Club committee
Regular communication DeFun-
Virginia Clark gave an Mn.1 lak Lodge 170 F. & A. M.Thursday -
Member of the Liberty Horn demonstration on window ,October I, at 7.30 pjn. Visiting -
Demonstration Club met at the end draperies. During the brethren cordially invited.
club house Monday, September 21, hour the hostesses, Mrs. Folmar WhIte WJJTJ .
for the regular monthly meeting.i T. Johnson Sec.
Chapman and Mrs
Sybil Mitchem
The president Mrs .Mary Chap
served cookies and
Royal Crown
man called the meeting to orderat
Cola to. l\NI.\ Myrna McBroom,
1.30: pjn. with seven membersand COMPLETE LINE
Mrs. Venitta M K
c e e Mrs
our agent Mrs. Virginia I Amanda ZENITH HEARING AIDS
Stanley Mrs Ethel Mil-!
Clark. Mrs. Sybil Mitchem gave Icr, Mrs. Virginia Clark Mrs AND BATTERIES. TO FIT
the devotional and members
I Nellie Goodrich. ALL MODEL(HEARING
joined In repeating the Lords
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AIDaKING'S
1'rayer.Old and new business The next regular I monthly I
REXALL STORE"Likable
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walletrange.'J' .
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FLORIDA
THURSDAY OCTOBER 1, 1964

SOME: CHANGE Her dresses reached the sand David Wayne iial lit.L i
Turn back with me downThrough Walton Men ) Communion service at t l
Spread floor. A graduate of Walton High the 11.iK) hour. "OLD DOC"
the yearsAnd To and from she. swept each In Service School 1062 he is the son of Mr. Pljinare
under for the
read with
us carefully way "
Each tear dimmed Tiny speck. and Mrs Claude Bulger of Dc- LN. :\ .ii\ce of Laymen's Day A TRIBUTE TO DR. E. L. MUGGINSI
pace Oh
GRADY
yes things since then K. ANDERSON
will Funiak Springs. Sun li.\: October 11. David Sell.UJwlllhmd'nt .I .
You clearly that
very see Have changed, Grady K. Anderson quarter- ..--..- have a story I want to tell
Things have changed a bit Styles have cut the suit master second' class, USN son of ROBERT WALDEN of Schools PhoeI..x Its about a man we know so well
Ala
elt. will ,
that peculiar and be the speakerat "
And
funny
Things are bow the And dresses short. Mr. and Mrs. Angus K. Ander- Robert Walden having been thi- owning service A special' I remember way back when Old Doc was young ..;,;
rage. But you ought to see. son of Route 3. DeFuniak Springs stationed with the Air Force in ieatutt ,.f the La men's Day He'd say, "Now boy, stick out your tongue"
Grandmother wore her skirts ) program -' 'I'
Hooped bustled and lone The different things is serving with the Blue Crewof New Guinea baa recently' returned -! v, ,,11 bo the singing of the; He'd give me a thump that hurt like heck
You see the ballistic missile submarine to his home base in hymn "The 'I "Now that's It boy let's look at that neck.
and Nine"
Ninety by
collar trim and
Her About the was neck. tight At some. swimming resort. USS Robert E. Lee operating out Ga. AlbanY'j 99 moi: of the church. A great big stick crammed down my throat
-Harry Moore of Holy Loch. Scotland: He .Is the son of Mr. Schedule of "Now hold on boy, this'll get your goat.
------- Ballistic missile submarines are Otis Walden of DeFunUk *. Sunday Services: A smile on his face a needle In his hand
9:!5 ...m. Church School
en constant patrols beneath the "Now cl n't cry boy >'oure' a great big man.
I 11.PO a."'. M<.rning Worship
yeas providing mobile launching I A bottle of tonic as long a. ;your arm
I FIRST NATIONAL pads for missiles capable of First Methodist Church SewnRev. :' 3:30 p m Youth Choir Rehearsal "Now take this. boy It'll do ;you no harm. .
6HO .f
traveling than miles. : 1).11Methodist Youth Fellow Ills hand full '
more 1,5000 o pills like ycu've never seen before .
Langdon Garrison, Pastor ship "When these are all gone I'll give you some more" .
INSURANCE AGENCY HERBERT WAYNE BULGER The revival services which have 700; i'm. Evening': 1 Worship. Old Doc's getting old and a little bit grey ,
Airman First Class If. Wayne. been- going on this week willconclude I wonder- does he ever take time out to pray ,
I Fire Automobile Bonds Bulger received his promotionfrom Thursday night. Rev. And while he's there on his bended knee
Second Class to First class Walter Albritton will preach the, Mr and Mrs W. J. Van Sant Doe he ask forgiveness for things he did to meI
:; Marine & Casuality on October I, 1984 at Eglin Air final message at the service which and Mrs Ruby Palmer have returned reckon after all I've said about Old Doc I
Force Base, Fla. begins! at 7JO.: The revival will, from a week visit with D.1wtin my heart he's right on top .
I Rest Assured Drive Insured A-I Bulger entered the Air be long remembered! by the Mr and Mm W H. Van Sin, I thank the Lord for having him around'j
A Fire Needn't Mean Financial Loss Force in June 1982 and following church. I INert his son in Birmingham. They; aba Fur a better' guy I have never found. I
Adequate Insurance Pays his basic training has been Sunday will mark theobse"nce spent a few hours with their ,
stationed at Eglin. of World Wide Communion -' granddaughter; and family MM'r.and -by Myrtle StraughnSportsman's
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. He resides In Niceville withI Day. Our church will Mrs. Paul Wilds In Tuskogee
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1964 t,
PUBLISHED :EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA _
VOLUME 73- f
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Miss Carolyn uu 01 a' BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. FOR. _.AI.__. WATERFRON T
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT ![::11188Vlse Named Ft. Walton was ivicxxiuoujKn home over the 1 lots, and wooded in lots. On

Wesleyan. RepresentativeMiss weekend visiting her parents, and Mrs. Don Brown of Choctawhatchee Bay located on
I Major and Mrs. W. D. Cairnsof Mrs. Walter Wilmington Delaware announcethe Dkaloosa-Walton county; line in
and McCollough.
ACTIVITIESGARDEN I 'I Ft. Campbell, Ky., announcethe Shirley Wise, 1963 graduate Mr.
SOCIAL I birth of a daughter, Linda of Wesleyan College has Mrs. Sue Sutton and daughter arrival of a baby boy Thomas Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe Rt. 1
Box 258. Villa Tasso. Nlcevllle: ,
H Kay September 12. moved to Macon and will this of Pensacola, spent the weekend Perry, born on September 11. :
; :i with her sister and family, Mr. 1964. .Florida.
CLUB awrence-Iledrnon Wedding I Mrs. Cairns is the former Miss year be employed by the college
Took August 29 her and Mrs. Robert Holland. Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
Place. In
Joyce Bishop of Argyle. ts a Field Representative. LOT FOR SALE: 250 x 500 Ft.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hinton Johnnie Brown of DeFunlak
and friends of the will -
Wise
Members new position Miss attend frontage. Lots of pine trees. Call
DeFunlak Springs Garden club Royce (Buddy) Lawrence and Mrs. Myrtle Lee and Mrs Kitty College Day programs l=t spent the weekend with their son Springs, Florida TW 6361. ltpd.

have a treat in store at their next Miss Carrie Ann Redmon were Davis of Crestview, attended a South Carolina and other pointsIn Dr. Andrew ICnton and family, FOR SALE: 1957 RENAULT
Wednesday October married August 29th at North- meeting at Walton states.A in Pensacola this weekend.Mr. .
meeting on High on the south eastern Dauphine, new tires and battery, UNDT-R NEW MANAGEMENT:
7, 1964, at 1:00: o'clock.: Mrs. Waiter side Baptist Church Andalusia, Thursday.Mrs. native of DeFuniak Springs, and-Mrs. Ralph Rhodes and running good. 15000. Five miles Furnlsl ed and unfurnished apts.

S. Barlow, of Pensacola, will Ala.The Joel Yates of Panama Miss Wise received her A. B. degree children of Ojrcslvlew were north on Glendale Road Roy Palmef-College Apt. See Mrs. S.
be the guest speaker, giving a i ceremony was performed City, spent last Thursday here in History and following her visiting their parents over the Sylvester. ltpd U. Wesley Aut. 3. 10181522pd.:
flower arrangement demonstration. by Rev. Lee King, pastor of Ar- the guest of Mrs. Robert Morris graduation she taught for one weekend.

gyle Baptist Church. and Mrs. Lucy Jean Morris. year in the public school system Miss Fay Hicks of Tallahassee FOR SALE: Registered Blonde FOR SALE: NEW 5 H.P. Motor

Mrs. Barlow has held many The bride is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Danny Morris !n DeFuniak. During the sum was home visiting her parents. chihu'"hua, 18 mo. old, real real and new fiberglass boat, $150.00

office>: both local, district and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Redmon ot f and children have returned! to mer of 1902 she was employed in Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Hicks. nice pet $45.00. Phone TW 6-3791 complete. See Paul Huie at Walton .
state wide; she Is a Life Flower DeFuniak Springs, and the groom their home In Tallahassee after a the office of Congressman Robert Home from Pensacola, was nights. Cafe or call TW 6-3641.
Show Judge.- Is the son of Mr. .Jeff Lawrence! visit her with their mother and Sikes in Washington D. C. Priorto Miss Frances Louise Wise visiting 10:1: chg.FGR .
'All Garden Club members are of Nlcevllle Florida and Mrs. W. grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Jean <<: accepting her position with with her parents Mr. and FOR RENT: SMALL FURNISHED .
invited to attend and nongardenclub M. Wakefield, DeFunlak Springs. Morris. Wesleyan College she served asa Mrs. D. H. Wise. Accompanying house. Mrs. Fred Baker, RENT: ON LIVE OAK .
members are welcomed (a The bride wore a beautiful) Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bishop tourist receptionist for the Frances was' Miss Peggy Mor- 202 Circle Dr. Ph. TW\ 6-9311 or furnished upstairs 4-room apt.

fee of $1.00 is charged for non- heath of white eyelet with a have returned to Argyle after a Florida Welcome Station in De rison also of Pensacola. TW 4-56S1. lOrltfchR: gas heat, air conditioned. Ph. TW
jnenxbers.) cortege of pale orchid dahlias.. I| visit with their daughters and Funiak. Lance Corporal Mary J. Dor- I 6251.: 8:24chf

In hour of Best man was the groom* families Major and Mrs. W. D. While a student at Wesleyan rlety of Cherry Point, N. C., spent FOR RENT: SMALL HOUSE
Note the change
CALL:
cn 12th Street. K. K. Ratner. Ph.TW FOR APPOINTMENTS
Maid the weekend with her
Wakefield. Cairns In Ft. af- parents,
Campbell. "
meeting.Publicity Comm. brother Euguen Ky., and the was promised in campus
TW 6-5131.
Dianne's Shop
6-2171. Beauty
Jonesof Mr. and Mrs. D. F. 10lchK:
of honor was Miss Jtherla Mr. and Mrs. Archie Rogers in I.Ir.. She served for four year Dorriety.
DeFunlak Spring chose| Birmingham, Ala. cs a representative to the Social William Guy Davis, Jr., of Pen- FOR SALE: TWO POWER C:10,17,24,10lch:

The mother of the bride Mrs Clark Mason and son,. Standards organizations for which sacola visited his parents Mr. Saws in good shape on wheels. FOR SALE: COTTAGE AT

for tho occasion a dress of mint Richards spent the weekend In she was vice president during her and Mrs."* Guy Davis last weekl See Curtis Simmons Rt. 3, De- : Gray ton Beach. White block with t

HAYES GARAGERT. green. The grooms mother, wore Pensacola with her mother. junior year. She was president of end.Mr. Funiakk Springs, near Gus Mor- bath and a half. Nice kitchen and
a beige dress. I I Mrs. W. I. Stinson. Jr. and the History-Government Club, a !I and Mrs. Ronnie Pickett rison's grocery: Itpd dining room, plenty of walk in .
After the wedding a receptionwas Mrs. Nina Rivard spent Tuesdayof member of S.N.E.AInternational end children visited the Charles closets, one large bedroom and .
3 BOX 19 held at the home of Rev. last week In Panama City. Relations Club and a Splinter. Silvers of Fort Walton Beach FOR SALE: THREE BEDROOM one master bedroom. Sleeps about

Outboard Motor Service Klnfs mother,( In Andalusia. I I Guests in the home of the Rev. Miss Wise is working directly Sunday. house, bath and a half. Small nine people. Call Johnny Irvine,

DeFunlak Springs Fla. Duddy''is a 1964 graduate of and Mrs. L. W. Woodward last with the Admissions Office at Those who attended the Walton down payment. Call collect, MU TW 67681. 9:24chg
Walton high School and the week were her nephew. Conerly Wesleyan Colege. She is making football game last Thursdayin 2-2950 at Crettvicw. 9:10tfchff:
Cash Bargains grandson of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Robertson his wife Dorothy and her home at the Lake Terrace Montgomery Includede Dr. and FOR SALE: ONE NEW WHEEL

Alford of DeFunlak Springs. |I I their children Bertie and Kirk. Apartm pt.. Mrs. Edgar Myers, Mr. and Mrs.C. Horse Lawn and Garden Tractor
1955 Mercury The Robertsons are from E. Harbeson. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Faison And Ward with mower at dealer's cost. Call

4 Dr. Sedan Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harbeson Woodwards home town of Mrs. Fred Shoemaker returned Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gal- Water Wells and Pumps Furnished or unfurnished apts.

$100.00 spent Friday in Pensacola. I La.Mrs. Mrs'l last week from Pensacola loway Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ells, Easy farm*-- Call collect TW 4-8151. 9:24,10l0chg.:

Mrs. Betty Beach and children I Woodward and the where she had been a patient at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hobbs Harry Doe Faison, Bonifay 8472378 FOR SALE: GOOD 22' CHEST
1954 Dodge were guest and Mrs. I). ertsons motored to Tallahassee one I the Baptist Hospital for ten days. Bohon Bobby Jo Drake Mr. and Wily Ward, Vernon 8352168 dual door deep freeze-
2 Dr. Sedan D. Joiner of Chlpley on Sunday. Tuesday and visited I with David Dr. and Mrs. McKinley Cheshire Mrs. Joe Walls and many others. 4.-1610iep4 type

$100.00 .jvir._ MIL__.*. ....**._.>. Bobby Morris and Woodward who f. altendin." -V1.**..._-I left last week for a trip to John Frank Bludworth, Hal $100.00. Harry Seymour. 2tpdFOR

daughter, Stella Jesnne. returned Ida State University, : New York. Crawford, David Bludworth and RENT: FURNISHED APT.

191 ft DeSoto Coupe from Mlneola, Long Island. David Woodward from Tallassee I Mr. John Carver of Chipley, Sgt., Ronnie Bell returned froma LEGAL, one bedroom private bath private -

$100.00 N. Yare makking an extended was In town on Saturday for was a business visitor here Fri- salubrious weekend In Jackson NOTICES bath entrance. Gas heat and:

visit here with Mrs. Lucy Jean a brief visit with his parents and day.. Miss., where they feasted on a gas stove. Reasonably priced. Ph.
1956 Johnson Morris on Ninth street and with rlends. Mrs. Purl Adams of Crest- steady diet of football-In spiteof TW 64021. 9:10tfchg: :
NOTICE:
5K! H. I.. Rev. and Mrs. Bobby Wayne Walden employed this view, spent Friday afternoon hereon some hazardous practices in FLORIDA TO STATUTES CREDITORS
$97.81 Tallahassee.Mrs. rummer in El Paso, Tex, and business.Mr. which these gentlemen always In the Court; .. u.. County; Judge, FOR SALE: MILK 700 per pal
Hlnote of Montgomery Mexico has returned to his studies Walton Count; .. florid or 3 gal. for $2.00. Please furnish
Alma Glenn Simmons of Vernon Indulge namely: "eating their In ....I&..
1954 Johnson spent the weekend here at Auburn. Ala Wayne's pent Friday afternoon here on hats" and "climbing out or I In rei: Estate of your own containers. Open from
3 II. 1$65.00-. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. home Is with his aunt Mrs.I business. limbs." William Manoa Adklson Dccsasnd. 0-8 a.m. and 5-7 pjn. Varin'a

George Blake. Bernice Peacock at Bearhead. Miss Morris transacting To All Creditor and Person lialn Dairy, lllway 83. Glendale Road.
Betty Sue Joiner spent the Bobby was
of Pensacoln. Miss Claims or Uemaads Against baldEstatoi 10:15pd
Davis Roberta Robinson of :
Billy Guy weekend In Chipley with her buslnes in Atlanta and Tallahasee -
par-
1950 Evlnrude his
pent the weekend here with Panama City, was home visiting, ents You and cacti of you ar* hereby
Mr. CALL
and Mrs. O. D. Joiner, last week. APPOINTMENTS :
FOR
3 If. 1$18.16. parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davis. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taft Do sums tilled and required to present any _"- __ TW ,................
Ryland of ana oeiuanaa wmui you, or Deanne s Beauty: coup: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Robinson eltber of you may nave. a.alust the
Tallahassee. were weekend guests Mrs. W. A. Armstrong. of Union estate of William JUarton Adklaon .9:10,17,24,10lchi:

1 Utility Trailer of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Howard Springs, Ala.? visited her daugh deceased County Judge late of of said Walton County County, to, Flo tbe FOR SALE: 120 ACRE FARMon

$65.00 Storrs. ter and son-ln-lsw, Mr and Mrs. at his' office In tbe court bouse I II way 83 North $100.00 per
and Mrs. Bill Carter and Arnold Caylor this past week. I said County at jDefujnU tipi-iugs. Shoal River
Dr.
i OPENINGof wlttiln all calendar wooing acre 80 acres on
1 Boat and Trailer
children. Mike and Donna, spent Wade Bishop, Jr. and Paul the time of tbe first publication. $40.00 per acre. See: Harry Seymour -

$200.00FIRST the weekend in Fairhope, Ala. Teclln Jr.. were home from Troy claim this or notice.demand Two shall copies be in of writing eacn, 2tpd
Mrs. Charles J. King .Jr., and State College, Troy Ala. and shall. state tbe place of residence _
COME Mrs. L. E. Vest spent several daysIn Mrs. John D. Potter visited and post office: addreea of tbe caituant. FOR RENT: FURNISHED APT.
and shall be sworn to by the claunant,
FIRST SERVEDNO Atlanta last week. Major and Mrs Robert Ham SATURDAY OCT 3 .o attorney and accompanied by a Large three rooms and bath.
Visiting with the .John Frank mond In Fort Walton Beach on tiling fee of one dollar and such claim f3 .00 per mo. See at 12th and;
HOLDOVERS[ I or demand not so filed anal be void. 9:24tfchg
Mrs. St.
Bludworths this week were Saturday. Irma Kathleen items Orange _
HAYES GARAGE Fred A. Culley of Birmingham A a administrator of tbe
Mrs. David Bludworth and .Jessica. I jCatate of Aa executor o.i .I FOR RENT: BEDROOM, SEMI.
Glendale tbe Last Will and Testament private bath. Ph. TW 62151.
Highway : Gainesville and .Jim Crone ... .. of William Marian
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aon nn q. .
ot Chlpola.Bonifay's jr. _. _
first
.. publication UM4
October 1,
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L 4nt i 'i fh .ti: Oct. i. .. 15. gaIN FOR SALE: CHEAP too GAL.

: ; tj niB CIRCUIT COURT; Or THE underground LP gas tank in good
nitaT JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OK condition. Ph. TW 4-4841.
19th Annual rLURIltA IN AND,, POE WALTON
9:24chetf.
COUNT IN CHANCS.KV
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J. M. UOKSKY. doing: buslneea aa
.., City finance Company FOR SALE: ONE NEW 20" Ya oo
J. V. LAWSON. OWNER
NORTHWEST FLORIDACHAMPIONSHOP vm- Plaintiff Lawnmower at dealer's cost. Call
cjqouse" LUAJC: M. BSXLK: aa. administratrix Hardesty Lawn Mower Service,

tiVEU.-TI l URS..FRi.IFadtal'1 .l/ of deceased tbs estate and of Aleltna WUllam WnltrheadTH Wbl r.t.ndanta.bo&d. TW 48151._9:24.10lchg: : :

aTATs: OP FLORIDA. TUI LWlo UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: WE
M. Belle aa admlnlatratrtc: of tbe eetate have three Singer sewing machines -
of WUllatn. O. Wtaltebead, dse.a d.
RCA ApprovedRODEO and Aleltba WI1II.h.... that were unclaimed.: Pay
You ara hereby notified that tepalr bill $14.63. These machine
LOCATED BEHIND THE complaint has been fUed In the abovecourt
for foreclosure of that certain are In excellent shape. Write service
TASTEE FREEZ mortage dated November I*. 1147acalnat manager 404 E. Wright St.
< the fallowing deerrlUrd pro.p.riy
Pemacola, Fla. 9101724Octlchg.: :
sip in Walton County nond.. town -

Lola number I07O and urn aeeordn CASH FOR LATE MODEL
*o map of DeJTualak 8prln...
Pioid J. can, 1958>> model up. Buying for
Of Ceramic Supplies Art Supplied on file la inn onh'of fti..i.rk Easjrrn and Miami markets. If
of the Circuit
Court. Walton
Complete line Model yon" ; have a used car to sell can
sut.d by wuu.m
wblt.be.a and James Hussey, TE 8-2271--8 ajn.
Glaze, green ware, Palntby.Numbeni Math, Wtkltobeatf in favor ot ... M.
till 3:30: p-m. 12Jlpd:
Doreey dotnc business aa Pin.
8:tOO i'\M. 8:00: 131. 2:30: 131. Firing r apes Company. and yoi are City hereby
notified end required to -.. a copy FOR RENTi UNFURNISHED'
-' your tnraw o salsa tr:+ dwg a
modern three bedl'OOllhome., two
the notnplain*
FRIDAYSATURDAYSUNDAYOCTOBER SATURDAY on plaintiffs attorney.
W. P. or.... DeFtinlak s prlnge. norMs baths kitchen built-in stove and
> on or before October SI, I*** and
DOUIILE FEATUUEI'LUS Beginners Classes in the art of ceramics to file %: ertclnal answer or plead* even, located on East Bay Avenue
Ins; In office of the Clerk of the In the white section. Ph. TW 6-
Circuit Court; otherwise the aUegatloeta
2-3-4 OK ""= will be given in the of aatd onmplalat wul bo take as S476. 9-10tfchc
near von f Meed.Thta .
.i # notlee shall bo publlahed. _
1f a week for four oonsscuUve, weeka in
[ future.. These, interested contact the MeraM. n newspaper published. aa British 303 Rifle
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MEMORIAL FIELD BONIFAY FLA. _r- .. "...
t: l ii_, 111 15. Hugo King: at the Hobby House.a prince.-.Florida A. D. |Wile aa as\b "y .r $29.95

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Walton County. Florida
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NOTICE 4* dec 30 BOB B U.. ft. tttoaeoSg . N 80 dog, 34mmnw110ft to pt plat of said nibdlrUlon on nioIn

: dog. 3O man B .1.. ft. tuono of bet K> NWU. of SXts, <(<_.. the office of the dork of the i
NOTICE: IS HTRJCHY: OXVTlf that tn* following described land or *o N 40 deg SO mast B M T ft. thenc 1 I *cie. ..OLI ALSO Corn at circuit Oourt of Walton County t

much thereof a* will b* necessary to pay tbs amount du the City ofDeFunlak r N' 3O deg 3O mm B M T ft. the NW 8k H runolar M Florida

Springs. Florida, for take* herein act oppoalt to tho aam* togtniwith : N .1 deg 30 mln W IS* ft, M dog 24 nun B long H aeo line Deed ., oust of purchaser.Douelaa .
thenc 8 24 dog o* mln W 102 100 4 ft to pt of beg. thenc run I M. Andrew
the cost of such sal* and advertising' will b* oold at pubOo auction ft. thenc* N T3 dee W 111. fttheno a O dog o* min B iJO rtj thearo Special Master In Chancery

on U>* 8th day of October. 19M at th. Court Houa door 1Iab.. city ofDeFunlak 8 24 dee 24 man W aM..' M M dog 14 mm B no n; U>_e. 4t:-pt 10.17.24.Octl
: Springs Florida. Walton County.' Florida" ft. thenc 8 Tl dog 43 mID B 13gJ JT' 0 dog 09 min W IM ftj &h......
ft theno 8 :24 dog OS miD W l3NL1o N M dog 24 mln W 110 ft to pt

Com ., N* cor of NWU of NET tt.of beg.NW1w4 ofleessot33 VIOL g ui NWS4 of 8K\4, "U"IOoI'Y. >AIN
8 distano of 132: ft 21
run a for : 1..3 > '
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M. Bampoon Mary Taylor 13.30
BJCW of 21 (3J4 acre*) CurtU tllANiaMV NO. *44aFANZIA
pt of beg thenc run W MO>> ft. '. From th. NW cor of th* 8W of ,
theno run 8 132 it. tbenoo run Oom at NW oor of Lot 2. run' 8 Mm 21.JN-1W. go N' T* del 43 X. MOtii>aM. *t al.

B lIdO ft, tbenco run N' 132 ft :t.for pt of run 8 311' run loin s dla' of ITl.1* ft theno Flalntlffvs
to pt of beg being in NBSa.. ofHeI'lll&D 200 ft, -If M ". thono* N' M dog M mist B a dial of 30000 MAX- ..
NWVk. of Nab' Llndasy. C.3S W 100 ft, thono N ISO ft. tbooc n0 the pt of bag tissues eon VONDKRBURO. St .

Bog at ROW of St Rd No.' 221 at W 33 ft. thono* N 142.* ft. theno '.- 4K Sinus on tho previous bearing or Ulr D.fSnd.e4NOTICE
a pt :240" 8 of NW our of *oo W *4 ft to pt of beg B. J. Oweo dial. of TSOO ft. U>.D_ 8 M Notes to Ueieuoanta. MAX VONDIR-
for pt ocr beg. run tbeno B to Lot 107-10 Mrs.' W. K. eoa1DP 10.0( deg 24 mID : .- ft WHO ANU RaMHls -A ... MAsaMg.
; 3Rdog 35 mist
ROW aald St ; 4 BUt H_Ua' 8-D Robert Kirby thenco 8
Rd. then N NH of Lot 1 "* ro.: W a at Uvme aud If dead. their un&uowuetrs.
.. ROW of aa1 Rd Hubert Klek* diet of 21J. tin to
Lot T01 a
pt on .. .
New gill lest 2 4C aeosvo* and le.aisss, and any
to of Bennt* D. InHngw th* waters edc of
Lak
pt beg ISO' Lot T03 StanUy
1000 aud all person*. 1 lr..... or corporation*
K W by 100 ft N. *. 8 in NW Lot 104 Mid atatai Homo. throw M $T deg M mm W aloag claiming by. uuoueh. or unaer then
oor Vivian O. Scamldt :MJO Lot 1* and NH\ of Lot 17 Iris O Heloa BnuiUey 150 240 said waters edge a dot of US 44 or either. ut them and any and all
Iota 21 U Lot 1011 -U1oIcHea1 ft thenc N a desr 3d .. firm ,
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Hom.r ADeI.- N.IO 4 N persona or oorpurattou bavlogur
.. Lot loeo Julia dial of 230.S3 ft to th. p7 of bs2 L.
Com HW oor of lot :24. Karn. :2401ST Larmaa 1nIab' lUO otaunlne to bar any right title,
Akor run 8 3OO ft for pt of beg. Lot 107gBH L. Mnow run 8 lao ft. run W0 within claim or interest In and to the foltowute -
run B 100 ft. 8 119 ft. W 100 ft. of Lot lOGS Brannon I't&W. 11- ft of W lino of Blk run deeuriued Is Qua in WaltonWouuiy
N 134 ft to pt of bog Alma Lee Holt 110 Uovrord.4 HoIIN PensaoolaL. > N' 110 ft to pt of bog Lamar Bower 4.M Plaids:
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Bog at SW cor of NB\i run N 8* Lot lIOn Brannon Flat-TJnreeorded Wo.t Pia. lmtsrpft. 144 WH" of S 1.2: of riv* of Silk las Luia 41 aaa 42. Moctlon 2$ Town a
a.. 24 mID W g ft East ROW Lot 312 Brannon Flat-Unrecorded M. PlowMildred IMSW: ***** of NH ol BUt Equitable Credit and Discount snip I buuin. Mauco *i West and
line of Bt 17. run N' 3 deg M Beg ., NW Lot of Lot $1M run B- Corp.' < S ..<..* ... 11.00 Lot 14 aud tho s H of Lot $.
ft B along ROW 21 ft to center 30 ft. run 8 parallel with W lino Lot 2 Rlk 1 96 tVPunlak: Oerman and Florence Rutto ..to Bocltoo Ie Township. 4 South Man..
Un* of graded rd. theno tt' 27 of said Lot 144 ft MOL to 8 Lot 0 8-D o w Silk i i Flaher ........are 1 4.o..t. \ W West all _......* to USe> map
deg mm B t center Uno Una of Lot, thauco run W 3O ft W'0' .it.s2N310 May 4 M1st. ot Santa tuiss Plantain Oonapauyou
of ,Jl.- n. ODJ. 75 dog 2O to 8W oor of sow Lot. run N' Lot IM4 ft J. J. LaeMt '.40) tuo In .... oiiloo 01 the ". erKot ,
mID B *OO n. run 8 13 dog 44 along W line of sold Lot 143 ft w tot NV' of Lot lerr K. D. McCMtnugh. I>OO the circuit Oourt of Wai on 1
mot W Rd lO3g MOL tn MW IJ Lot ITJO 1 lea* W 110 ft. Vo1D'.r......
along ft. run 8 to pt of bag nor ( ..-. Bellamy and 2551 Ash 1. 20
0 deg 2g man W 2* Olin W 4M4.O of Lot Uallott ft"' .M BIOil ft of Lot ITT4 and 8 100 n .worn eomtUButt halne been filed

ft to Mi eoo line run N' m. dec Lot A 8-D of 8 .80" of Blk ISM .... oJDIe.Jee ",' 143 of $y of Lot ITT2 Mid Stal Homo '.M yowl you ay th. piatutllia in thoauove
34 mID W Me.4 n0 pt of ..... Com at NB nor of Lot 1 run 8 2Oft 8 100 ft of Lot tr4 and B 100 n styled Ouurt In tho .aoo.* atyiedosuas
in NBU of NW' "4 loos: Lone run W to w lan. of Lot '. run of WH" of Lot ITM Ellsob.th11711r' 20Wllll 01 action entitling tn* plaubllato
deco to Foyet Mclxmald; Harry: N' 20 ft. I'UD0 pt of beg Herbert OlpeonKlLambeUk I M lot t Blk D 8-D of Silk ITM Jean Blaekman 10Hay CIO this _,_. you ana *aert of you
Bonon; William J. Brock FlHr Hardwar Co. .4.80 Lot Warren 8-D : Ford II TU W 100 ft Of Rlk IfOg ** Barton-- -...*> 121Jo are hereby notified that suit ha. been
Com ., HW our of 8Bfe. run N Lot It and 1. Warren's 8-D Park Pallmor 10 M B M ft of following doacrlbed tractof liked acauwt. you. In ins aoov'* namedCtourt
alone V* .0 line 3AH.4 It, U*Dos Lot 24 lee ;3 ft deeded to City. WU1M "mm 1.)00 laud i That part of hit IU ay Ute above named plaintiffssoealne
:: 6I dog *3 man w lla'. ft to Lot IT Blk O Lincoln Park ..u Irene Hop 1000 lying a of Rd No. 1 U8, H.? lbs to .aulot lbs piatntui s titleIn
NOW lino 01 Hwy 117. thec. Lot :2 Rat B Lincoln Park 8-D Mary WaKbington 1000 w as follows Rag al 8W nor of followlne deeerioed prop.rly.N.uos. .
N 3 dec 27 min K alone Hwy Lot g Blk B Llnooln Port 8-D Mid State Homo 1000 lilt. Ito and running N 24 deg lying and_ being in Walton
County rtoiida. "I
1O77 ft to pt ol beg tbenco 8g 2O mm B along tin St a dial "
Com tea ft N of SW nor of lUll
lull 21 and 02, Moetlon 1. Town
dog SO mln D. 4tk>4 ft alone 141* run B *32 ''. run N' to N1' Ua* of 1123 IV theor\ Kaaterly along 2 South,
ship IN Wet and
Aero Homo tin ; HOW QI St Rd No. fC house
thaw MO of Blat tb.....* run W to NW oor I 304.2
La14 and the
of Lot
dee on mID W SINI.4 n0 Iron of eald Silt thaw run S to pt thenr s 34 do2o mln W a dlstof aMi M.locUon .
plpe. & U doe :24 mm of beg Walton CountyFarm Bureau 97.10 IMS ft along 2Oth St! thence 2* Township .$ Mouth Mango
W 438 ft sLaag Curtis M >>- ,: N M deg 40 mln W a diet of HO Weet. all aooonting to Ins map
Beg B A 114 ft of MW oorof Kl"dividing ;': 300 ft of Santa Miisa Plantation CXiai|>aiiy
son property 1m ROW of IBIS along Mono* St to pt
Bt. Rd 1B7. then oe\o 8.:3 l 4 and ": B to Iln* of beg. on file in tho Sloes of the Clerk:
dee 27 Dan Ttotman 1.)0
... of Blk from WHlBeg .. o' the tlreult Court of Walton
:FbecW1IaV0 Hwy to pt ., WH of B 200 ft of Silt 144 P 1C' '- :MMCnarlos "
; :
Northern' bdry Sins SchWa County Flurlda
) KW Curtl M. Sampeon 11.20 .1p' on JJ :t. Lot I* w.0 of N' KM* of .
of L N RR ROW of said .. and you ar* hereby notified and ..
Lot 2: Blk 1 Aero Homo 8-D Neal' J. Hardy :2gS being aO ft W of Harbeaon & ,. lilt 14 Bowden 14 toJ : quire to ..,.. upon tO..lM.n.. of
Lou 1-* .-D of Silt r
Lot :3 Rlk 1 I3OLut
Aero Homo 8-D ..r.L. Camoball :3M.it. N. Hondru. oWalker record r.h.. plaintiff a of
Rdr Nkatorlyalong spy
Co Old Log run
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Lot g Blk 1 Aero Homo aJ.O LT8 1 "-1) of lilt. lasl lliuiunt W.TO,
Lot 14 Blk 1 Aero Homo Campbell 14J Ftahor Co. Baatorn bdry aails. nof w'. .1* 4sn1 o> W ,....-. ;............ your. answer or written defense*, 11St.
to
MM lion of ROW of ,. ? lb..anpINOI In said saussand
= g
Imo to 8 bdry JU
Lot 30 Bit 1 Aro Roma* L .SCampbolflOmm 143 8Kaaterly by IM> ft N 8 W to file tho original of such. ana
tn "iu.lm-I'
Bt Rd No' 10 thenc a
Lot 31 Blk 1 Aero Home 8-D 103 ft of BW of .
ja. Campbell :S4 dlr ;along ROW of Bt. wee o* ..11".h.*
Lot :32 Blk 1 Aero Rome 8-D T N101ftt.1a' Jack It. Adalr I lie .
H. Clerk of th Circuit of Waltonnunty.
Campbell Har- Clourt
Rd No. IO to center Iln* of . .
NW .. ..
1 of out
Lot 6 Blk 2 "Aero Homo 8-D L. K. Campbell ill ear 1113 sod Florid 10 Deruntak Hprlngs.
RR ROW.
Lot g Blk 2 Aero Home. 8-D J?. a. beaon Lbr Company run wsa.rt ft \0 Florida before .
CamnbeU 141 thenc In a 8-Batarly dlr along :: .r'a-: : on ar October 1J lv4.UONfl
Lot T Ills :2 Aero Homes 8-D u B. Cainpb.ll 1.4$ Iln Of Rd to Inter.aectlon : It of ROW L .. AND OMOBHBI at DeruntakSprtan.
Log
Lot g Blk 2 Aero Home* 8-D L. B. Campbell center ."" and tun W..1.rl' .lost Florida thus M of .
1.4 N : *
: of N bdry lino of L *> > :w- t day p
Lot 27 Blk 2 Aero Homo 8-D i B. Campbell 143 tbenoo run N Westerly B 1105 of $21WW 114 tombar? $**..
Lot :2g Blk :2 Aero Homo H-D ? H. Campbell 143 Kit ROW of to pt of Dry the*** run 8 Mruhl B 10 ANrxta-WH
+ RR ROW to pt
L. as N
Lot SB: Blk 2 Aero Homo 8-D II It. Campbell 149 along U anilo to LI** Oak Awe Clerk Ctreult Court
Lot 20 Blk :2 Aero Homo 8-D L. S. CampbsU 1.43 bog OIJ'DA Uteiic run Weetorly .ion' Walton. Uounty norlda
Com ., th* SB ear of Lot 1 West hue of said Llv Oak A**, *O ft
Parcel AI Oom at A **e or of BUn ( .' I.. 4dU_. Ueputy dork
Hill B-D.; thence tun W along' : thenc run Northerly at rightanales aIE4L-
of sec 21. run B 143 ft.tbonoo : ; <(<
N 8374 ft pt of beg tb* southern bdry Imo of .aald to tit* Mas A*. to 8 tin* Attorney for Plaintiffs
thence N7 24 dee :mln B S42ft. Lot TS ft o.or: Pt of beg: bassos 4 of said RR NOW theoo run AIO.. Adrw
thonc 00 13S run W tb* Southern bdrv' .. .> B: _..wi, along s llh. ot MUd Cf Campbell a* Andrew
throw 8 UHd. O see.o 'W io'l lino of said lot a dlst of M .. > HOW to pt of beg Murphy J-O a y IUOI Altomere st Law

.'. then 8-kaetorly alone curv than run N on a Ion. lino 004513.1wile of AA'.' ":'w.1 tb* NW :- of Blk IBM] ,%1*' wr..\ F t*. tint MDoFunlak
of Rd -a ft, thnc N M) deg tb5 Bastern bdrr thence Uk being part of NHmm M Spring FloridaNotlc
30 mln B 27.5 ft. thence N' a* aid lot I dot of au6': ( N-3N.15W"' aud run tunas 11
uthero :
dog 3O mln B T*< ft. ie 29 n ESrV parallel wtth lot adUt$ of .1.4 --J B aa-.. W tin. of said Blk AM .
to pt of bog. lying partly InN line of said eTastorn .. It to p. ol bag run theno goteily .
W cor or aeo 21 M It: thonco run 8 .1001 lot 3OO -- parallel with N pals of ..... NIOTI or aHIItIUrra ."LII
Parcel B: Com at H sec cor of B bdry Uno of aid ? lilt 151 11, than. ,u8 N p.r.uMwlab .. M keroby elven that L Mow
g "."1. Lonl 1.,Brook. IOM W .. ard ."Andy ...._ ......u, of Wai-
line of sea 21 run W 243 ft.theno ft p.'t\eofl= ". 10. 1551s of sold Wt IN _
N 4 ft to pt beg :, NB ddeg14S5u8 a It. run tbenc N..rly p.ra11.1 son .Lunt!. n-...... by vlrtuo of anesoeutluo
thence W 32 deg 30 Ioo W 133 tb.n_ run 15 1eO. ftto wltu N Iln of said Mlk I** ft Usued Irae *h* msll OlalsnaC .
ft. thence deg W slang the t4 Imo dot to w lu>* of sold Mlk. ruathenc eurt of Walton thumb, eek 8sima
1125 ft. b'M 8 24 ca:0: moo p' .1 ...... tban_ IS 0 m along W Iln of a4 be *. l4 in tbnes _&. ssu es

W *3 ft, bend 8-Caeterly along 01<< ... ". Uaan_ a RIO to pt of beg lee* and oaeepta therein pestdtag In water Weatem Auto
curve of rd 232 ft. thenc N' eg 41"0134 lou. 1 130 f;: ttbN NS strip of land 1 is ft wtd* minis tore wa Plaintiff and Harry Rally
. dog 2O mln B 23 ft, tbono N' deg oe lOiD W 4510 nb_ W aid* for road purpose* MurpltyFlahor I' f1 N wae ...rot_. and ba.. levied awawd
will sell at nubile auotton to tho
A pool of land dee* a* follow" : rilchee* and best bidder for oasft In
.... at .W sue of lot 2 r-U of front aSh.. oourt lurueo duo Inttorualak

", ... lilt I5N. run N along: :bdrr Flortda durln; leaalrM
.. k :r.I"c:
tor
41 of .
pt beg. >ure N '' I*. IB44 thofollwwln
parallel with S bd,y .... too l eorrlaed uraperty. to wlti
PARTY- rs.utnG'A'W. : : N 'along B bdry 4*'. than.. one |M: Chevrolet statWin Ws.* neylladsr.
r portable W parallel with N bdryUienoo 115. a 4 1. l> No. Aaa .-J*.
dlst of 4oaaiou lb Ua_ 4 Ta* Mo. jiw.ioulBUli ;

SIZE can opener W bdry lia* to pt of be* Hardware O*. *tMooort of Sale at eue, of ......to_.
S av It of lot g and Rio. Howard "And' AaderatM
Deluxe ho,' si-U 8. Kennedf I 4* bertfl. WMw CHmaty
r:. NH .. tua I.I-I>M |.. ... -Mrew. Seas Sept 14. I* 15,1
AUTOMATIC .H .' Hit 1..*...juan i>>> M Andrew. 4 MWe !-
PRESSURE PAN N it oi Mia INN >s e ratkor M I .
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PERCOLATOR Lots a aud It IN.U of Bits. IW THk t l.r'''IT ('lit'MT .>r TUBMOMIMt
144 At. Itma Cbarlos/ K. WUll.*iat8r. 2.Muoll rlw5f 11hItSL. ('$4,7" ur
0..a the NW or Of Pit 144., I I.. Al"'" SUM vVttTUMlft. "
run M $* ft for pt ml bg. : I5 IM '$
For Spml-Cooklng In Sfyhlnw (I"f'1 .. bS.NNL
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the*** run 8 ll*> I iina.* ruaB J M lumatT. doing btwsw M
4**. N4."* fti+ Cllr Fists**** tJkieapasiy.
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11"-' 1" /f..t/or/l fta'a:
,..,,, Ch3rea1 .BtMtrim. thestee ft to pt ml FiauttirrVB

WO fM* Mid raOp bOO*. t""uCrVlt ._. beg belna part Of th. W 2-1 .=
$1" *>f Blk 144 Whltehoad 441 LIUJB M BRLLB a. admlnlstrmlrUmt
$129 ...., --'" edo.. The M 40 ft .. WI.1 Of Bib 134Cunt Warn rarka. N th* _..* af William Wblbaasd.l3aW .
h1. 40* ft M of SS and Alettha WltlteheadIiefestdaat
noo.t srytR wh'"l O30* w.un., $4191a 54 NWW se. 1/.-"w" fat *
134. STAYS OF FLORIDA. TOI Lull
FIN 1w ft.BPus ft. 8 40* ftts
> |rt of beg WarrtngtMa OU O*. 454 ftl *t.ll. a* ..""", ..".a..,* ., th* oota**
L* 4 to 4 lawl Mk 4 DrwM *.. Wllllant o White....... .....*....
Mao' ..0 ., 4Uk a* T. O. Maple $41(73..51 and .....,... WhltehoadTow

WH of BH Of B I* ft ., WH OfBH are tioreby. iMMirted that aKBtalojt
BWIPG'A:WY .f kW ., L4 575.431 .- >t M 5 has been filed In tho aan o
rifcr /c ge..c/ BH .. au.. 11* I1.1..i./ I*a* ..75rt tug forevlustiro ml that ortaii
c=;: SNst. 1ed Novsejibor I*. Isslthe
CHROME. .a
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WH U- |*lot
1I M .al_ rullwwtng. _n...... pnertf .
2ua Isia .... IM*> /$ Ml
PoPPER can opener ua ISIS astd Isvuaua :: W.: : 5424.w M s !. Waltosi ......a.. P1314.,. S

lau mm. a* fallow*! Bvag at4)W Butt
AUTOMATIC Lat* ..._ (147* and ITI aud.a. .
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oor of saM .... rwsi .-"' *
Malta 10-35( vtomtic ;: .' orty mlmm* W ti.. .. ..... 115 Hft. / t*> *.a.> ml fieFMhlak ...ta**.

kgg-1.;; .. thosteo rust 8 ag m.. m I** -ru- f. :/.1- Vankiia.as .
th elofka4
1st ta *
M. ill *
ft. rww N0dy1 IT4 ft to 8
ftfM4fla .... .B"..A"'f1M. r. ......./B .... of W._ 4.__ th aeerwst tho rtrvwlt UsMtrt. WaltoetkMMitf

$2..9- --....rt f M sing eoe of ..rh A... .: br FlavMaAleltho WuskYw WIl.aeJloea4 sail

3I r.--.w: 251 ft to pt ml bed ........_ let ,.- .. J> M.
5411...N/... 1.* ft Sad lea 4g) .
FlaaMw
... .-... 00/54. kiiiolass a* entr
==. ft 1w5Nby173ItN11 B Ms .544r1w ... fwamnaf' *..4 row are $11541
RillnG'A.W ONLY 1 If19wr.dflwn for 511 W. W. O>f- r1 144N. SMtlfled aad neui *4 Io eer a ewrrf
I !! auk |g>/ *MI Bog at NW ea* ml
] onlfrolong : *. ja **'- ** o4h. pleading tatho'eaenaeaia >
&o
mooth .o.y cvtttog easd 30$. riM >*oo BBaotertrIt4 .
$17.9 a*> alatotlff 5 *tt r *y.
... ......
51.wg A.. =
.2)\.qI. .lif., W. F Oreeo. DeFMalak gj-tMe. -
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ft. thesis H 4*
1.6/1 $24' M. at w> berate *-tS5.V I. is* **
dog W .., ft. 1h.5nN
$8.95 a* deg Bto
to> fMo tho **1.UM* aaowee o* plosd'txg
_ _ _ _ ft ml ..... buy .. arw are Ms the erne of Imo Corm .. th*
ice crusher fai tug |.4 W. 11 n,. .......... .N itroielt Puns eofcorwtae. tfco alloaatlsoioe4
g4 1 35.5.5 tits .. said easnetaMtt will aol > ..... -
That part ** .. leaf IrtM M mlNw
Bones Bavpoill f 30 astd *.! ,* a** ft B 11 -.t.---, .15.11 w. .aMLWsd 1..5S

WO5 sang astd 14* ft aw.UIOA.U 530_ *.s 54n. an0sMMMsS5. III
3PIECEGRIDDLE W'' _. ,.- 0..... ....1 tan Nar.ld 5 axw. ... p5liO.d MftifltSt..Ssw
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KXTMA POWKH.. t1:111 SET NOTICBf.1MOTICB ..... ...tr ........ 1115.4.41.' f11.5..f .... p.; ills:
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NKW LOW PNICKO1 'I' 10"7111040.SrR -- C-.. ,; -.Il::::: 4At

f1 1 ., (5.4451., ........
ow... = wii.4 w:
or ..... -r
tlfRrlCt a PAtITS 1W.NtwS "l flg4 $4. (ant I. 55
OE It4JL ...... ....... us w.q g1 a aa.e lndr. :j- wele =-t11 w..01,
I Nl s 1 33..1. (fl't 550 M sWtw. N that 304115 ..woo fa* oae .*.* ** l>io: >e 4 UNOIM NIW MANAOBMCNTIpatmvr
Mare drtrt for ... rrxx***BXO quftBty .f 530.5130.1. .wo.sd M M. 3.11 M a.5i 1M 1...w4y
throughout rnk" tfwg 8 r.*1e w/w./ 333045 N Nolan (LaN. . .1-: wM 514 5.5.31M ., 50' M t5ti4/M.u-.t,. 4haluk5d. III b..1" Ikuad.JO. A.p-

225O RPM. .14 H.r*4 1.9 awnpg gt U.L.: 1+1dY.. / hs .sr : .aglniM. A. 1o 11.M / 413 -.r'1. CoiU|. Apt. ... Mra. S.
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