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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. He Has The Desire, Knowledge and Time To Serve As You.___[r County Commissioner LL i PAGE 10 MONEY NEEDED FOR MEDICAL EXPENSE OF LOUISE CLAYTON The Helping Hand Clnb of Anniston is continuing its' State-wide public appeal for funds to defray medical expense for eight-year-old Louise Clay- burn of Calhoun County Louise was admitted to Anniston Me- morial Hospital on the 12th day of March with first, second and third degree burns of her hands, forearms, trunk and back. She was burned when her night clothes caught fire from a space heater. Louise spent 58 long, trying days in the hospital before the doctor said she could continue her' recupe- ration at home. Louise's mother says, that Louise is doing very good and Louise is now able to bend her hand and fingers that she has been so worried about Louise's pain and discomfort are very little now, but she still has a long way to go before complete recovery. To add to the Clayburn's heartbreak, the family had no hospital insurance. The hos- pital and doctor bills have come to $6,500. The Helping Hand Club has raised only $1,730 to- ward defraying the medical cost. All contributions to the Louise Clayburn Fund should be mailed to the Helping Hand Club of Anniston, P. O. Box 927, Anniston, Alabama 36201, or deposited in any Calhoun County Bank. All contributions to the Club are tax deductible. 200 TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS TO START SCHOOL AUG. 17 Approximately 200 teachers and administrators will start another school term in Walton County, Thursday, August 17 when they will report to their respective schools for the first two days. .':.he teachers will have three days in service education, meet- ing at the Walton County High School in DeFuniak Springs and return for one more day of plan- ning at the schools where they will be teaching before the stu- dents start classes on August 25th. All schools will have Labor Day as a holiday as well as three election days, according to Superintendent John Baldwin. I I il I II SMIL Who's Mistake? Customer: "Say, you made a mistake in that prescrip- tion you filled for my wife. Instead of quinine you used strychnine." Clerk: "You donrt say! Then you owe me 40 cents more." Inevitable Salesman- This model has atopspeed of 120 miles an hour, and she'll stop on a dime. Prospect--That's fine. But what happens then? Salesman--A little putty knife comes out and scrapes you off the windshield. Competition "I suppose the little wife will win all the arguments in your house?" "No; she'll only win half of them." "Oh, you expect to win the other half?" I I I I I FOR DISTRICT 3 Energetic, Qualified III I I II I I Businessman . . . He Knows How to Handle YOU.._ R Money Construction Man ... He Knows How To Build YOUR Roads The de's Man . . . Self Employed - Obligated to No Group or Faction _ I I _ III -v. I I _ _I I I I . I Ill IIIII - I S "No; but my mother-in-law will." Put in His Place Husband--Why does a woman say she has been shopping when she hasn't bought a thing? Wife--Why does a man say he's been fishing when he hasn't caught a thing~ Just Inquiring A young man dated a young lady a few times. Then some weeks passed, and when she hadn't heard from him, she sent a telegram: Dead, de- layed, or disinterested? To which the young man promptly wired back: Hunt- ing, fishing, or trapping? Educational "Yes, stamp collecting is educational," said the fond mother to the vi6itor. *'For instance, where is Hungary, son?" Without looking up from his stamp book, the young collector answered promptly: "Two pages in front of Italy." Every once in a while we hear that pants are "out" but then we find later that they are still in. The reason for this is that the women of today find them so sensible that they are not about to stop w e a r in g them. The shops continue to be filled with them. A knitted bolero with knitted pants to match com- pletes an attractive costume. The bolero is worn over a long sleeved blouse. WEEKLY RECIPE ,~ Anne ~berldae As the w e at h e r grows steadily hotter, the smart homemaker will prepare tasty and nutritious meals for her busy family. We suggest a bowl of your favorite soup, a desert and Ham Slaw for a mid-day meal or a Sunday night supper. Ham Slaw 2 to 3 c diced, cooked ham 3 c coarsely shredded cabbage I carrot, thinly sliced ¼ c cJaopped green pep- per ¼ c chopped onion 2 eggs 2 T sugar ½ t salt ¼ t pepper 1/3 c vinegar 1/3 c water Cabbage or 1 e t t u c e leaves Beat eggs. Add sugar, salt, pepper, vinegar and water. Cook over low heat and stir constantly until mixture thickens slightly-- about 2 to 3 minutes. Chill. Combine ham, cabbage, carrot, green p e p p e r, and onion. Add chilled dressing: and toss lightly. Serve in lettuce or c a b b a g e lined salad bowl. *Serves six. THE VOTERS OF WALTON THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE IS A MAJOR INSTITUTION IN WALTON COUNTY IT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFETY OF OVER 16,000 JUNIOR AND SENIOR CITIZENS THE LEADERSHIP IN THAT OFFICE DETERMINES THE TYPE OF CITIZENS OF TOMORROW. I FEEL THAT I CAN UNIFY AND MOLD OUR SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT INTO AN ORGANIZATION THAT WILL PRO- TECT AND BETTER SERVE THE PEOPLE. - ELECT - YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA SHERIFF better job. I want to thank all the people who have assisted us to make my term as sheriff a success. It has given me the happiest and most enjoyable period of my entire life. I solicit your vote, your in- fluence, and your support in behalf of my candidacy so that I may continue the program of upright law and order. Let us continue to enloy the garden spot of the whole worl(l. SAM CAMPBELL (Pd. Pol. Adv. By L.S. "Sam" Campbell, Republican Candidate for Sheriff of Walton Co.) F OR SItERIF F OF WALTON COUNTY Aubry Mc Donald has an- nounced his candidacy for Sheriff of Walton County. A vote for Aubrey McDonald will be appreciated. If elected I promise fair and impartial ~aw enforcement, With fourteen years experi- ence in law enforcement and a former Sheriff of Wal- ton County, I will make you a good sheriff and will serve you well. AUDREY MCDONALD (Pd. Pal. Adv. by Aubrey McDonald, Walton County, Florida) FOR SHERIFF WALTON COUNTY I hereby announce my candi- dacy for Sheriff of Walton County, subject to the wishes of the voters in the Septem- ber 12, and October 3 primaries and the General Election to be held on November 7, 1972. It has been my privilege and pleasure to have served as your sheriff siQ.ce December 10, 1970. During that time I have endeavored to fulfill the res- ponsibilities of the office in a fair, upright and impartial manner and always to the best interest of all the citizens of this great county of ours. I have tried to set an example by, "Doing unto others as I would have them do unto me." I have organized a Junior Depu- ty Program for the first time in our county to help bridge the generation gap between our youth and us adults. This pro- gram has greatly benefitted those who have put their time into it; it has also enabled the sheriff's office to do a much I III WHO KNOWS? " 1. When and where were the first Olympic games held? 2. Name the smallest repub- lic in South America (in area). 3. When was the Republican Party founded? 4. What is an erg? 5. What outstanding war event took place on Au- gust 14, 19437 6. What flower represents the month of August? 7. When was the first suc- cessful trip made on Ful- ton's Clermont? 8. What European city is famous for its glass? 9. In what war was the Bat- tle of New Orleans fought? 10.Which President ordered the Lewis and Clark Ex- pedition to explore the northwest U.S.? THE FLORALA Member, School Board of Public Instruction, District 4 inthe up- coming Democratic Primary. I have served on the board for the past 2 terms, the last four as Chairman. During the past 8 years, con- siderable progress has been made; however, I realize there is much to be accomplished and if you will re-elect me, l will continue to work diligently for the schools in Walton County. GLEN PARKER (Pd. Pot. Adv. by Glenn porker, Walton County, Florida) Ill SUPERINTENDENT , II NEWS - THURSDAY, AUGUST he soon will have! years. Never in the county has so spent by the sl and never has greater. It sense lower the same time sell ceivable school continues from by higher taxeS, operating If you this nonsense doubletalk will screeching halt. P.S. I cannot much In as the position to and sizeable Colorful brochU expensive yond my means. CHARLES F. (Pd. Pal. Adv. by Walton County, CC FOR SHERIFF WALTON COUNTY I hereby announce my candi- dacy for the office of Sheriff of Walton County. I am a na- tive of this county and mar- ried to the formerJeanette Mit- chell of Freeport. I have been employed by automobile agen- cies in this area for the past forty years. I am chairman of the of- ficial board of my church, mere- FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS WALTON COUNTY I wish to announce my can- didacy for re-election as Super- intendent of Walton County Schools. Much educational progress has been acconiplished during the past twelve years, while much more remains to be done. It is in the spirit of pro- viding these improved educa- tional opportunities that I most humbly solicit your continued support, advice, counsel, and prayers. Many thanks. COUNTY JOHN E. BALDWIN DISTRICT ONE (Pd. Pot. Adv. by John E. Baldwin, WALTON COUNTY` Walton County, Florida) ber of the board of director-'.. of DeFuniak Springs Kiwanis Club and member of Walton County Quarterback Club. I stand for law and order, fair and impartial treatment of all citizens. With the assis- tance of qualified and exper- ienced personnel I feel that I can and will operate this office with the force and dignity it requires. Your vote and support will be sincerely appreciated. I JAY MITCHEM (Pd. Pal. Adv. by Jay Mitchern, Walton County, Florida) I| I SCHGOL BOARD I ii~iii:~: (i~¸ i!i!i 'FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS WALTON COUNTY I am a candidate for Super- intendent of Schools of Walton County. I was born and grew up in this county, am 41 years old, married, and have three children. We live near Lake Juniper north of DeFuniak. I graduated from Paxton High School, have Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Florida State University, and am fully certified .and qualified in ad- ministration and supervision. My Master's Thesis was a study of Walton County. I have served in the Army as an enlisted man and officer. Walton County has been good to the incumbent. He came from Jackson County, taught agricul- ture at Paxton, and was elected to the Superintendency. which LET'S REVIEW came your stoner of pointment due Mr. Marvin Bi job for which to have been at a pared. I was on a task else without ideas and aspirat The road trict One when I took continued..In all taken by the Commissioners the dictates of $ science, used ment and for what I con: the best citizens of Walton I have alway: perience is the and after sl~ "schooling" successfull feel that I am w capable, and serve as a full four years. If you honor me my only promise to work honestly to fullfill the office and help that I can to a better place to REMEMBER SEPTEMBER HUGHIE V. INF Commissioner, (Pd. Pal. Adv. by Hu Walton County, FOR MEMBER, DISTRICT 4 SCHOOL BOARD WALTON COUNTY I would like to announce my candidacy for re-election for Vote A DISTRfCT 5 Aas rs le Wle Ibws 1. In 776 B.C. in Olympia, Greece. 2. Uraguay. 3. February 28, 1854. 4. A unit of electrical ener- gy. 5. Japan capitulated to the Allies. 6. Poppy or Gladiolas. 7. August 1% 1807, the steamboat traveled from New York to Albany--150 miles in 32 hours. 8. Venice, Italy. 9. The War of 1812. 10.President Thomas Jeffer- son in 1804. YOUR VOTE AND me Term SUPPORT WILL BE APPRE(