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August 19, 1976

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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ~UBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, LOUisiana couple was one-quarter of a mile.dents saw the plane falling and when their twin-engine Kennedy said the planeheard it hit the ground. drplane crashed inshattered on impact and the They reportedly had taken )gs Friday morn- fuselage broke "into hundreds off from Jacksonville earlier in 1976. of pieces." Therewas no the day, at 9:50 o'clock. They COuple was identified as exp!osion, were enroute to New Orleans. and Aimee Ehrlicher of First District Medical ExamS- Local police, ambulances and La. ner Dr. Edmund Kielman was fire trucks were at the scene called to the crash site, some 4 minutes after a report occurred around 11 approximately 150 yards south- of the crash was issued. ling to DeFuniak east of Captain Street. The Luis Carmona, Air Safety Y lice Chief Gary bodies were transported to Fort Investigator, Bureau of Aria- Walton Beach Hospital.tion Safety, National Transpor- plane hurtled into a The Federal Aviation Admin- tation Safety Board, and H.L. area in the southeast istration is investigating the Hayes, Beech Aircraft Corp., 'f the city. The plane crash, investigated the accident and a residential area by Kennedy said several resi- said that Ehrlicher mtght have Over 1,000 junior and senior high school students represent- ing seven states attended the annual summer band camp last week at Troy State University, Troy, Alabama Director of the camp was Dr. John M. Long, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Dean of the School of Fine Arts. Dr. Long is also bandmaster of the "Sound of the South" band. Several students attended the camp representing Covington County from Florala High School Those attending (from left), were Dr. Long, Alan Robbins, Sissie Savage, Royce Harrison, Dawn Burns, Naretha Whitley, Tummy Walker, Newton Peters and Andy Alsup, Director and Drum Major instructor for the camp. Also pictured is Anne Mills (kneeling). n " - - , , T am Lincoln was clean-shaven until his 51st year when an 11-year-old girl told he would look a greal deal better with whiskers because his face was so thin. A MAN RESPONSIBLE for Walton County being one of the last counties m the State of Florida to resulted in a taxpayers of approximately dollars. re-value, which savings to the this county million "YOU KNOW HIM.*" Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated. pd. pol. adv. by Hubert R. Adkinson Merrifield had a heart attack or suffered Attends iI some other illness, causing the crash. C ti Kennedy said that illness onven on must have been the case because Ehrlicher was an John R. Merrifield of North experienced pilot, once an Walton County, was among 144 airline pilot, and would have voting delegates from 25 states landed his plane on 1-10 or the attending the S6th annual / DeFuniak Springs Airport,' if convention of the American ~*:~, he had developed engine Soybean Association (ASA)in //'!:':~f~tf trouble. Kansas City, Aug. 8-10. ~ ,:~ ~, As first reported, it was ~::,;;,~l ~', thought that Ehrlicher had run A highlight of the convention out of fuel, but the heavy smell was an appearance and speech ........... of fuel at the crash site Monday, Aug. 9, by Secretary disproved this. of Agriculture Earl Butz. The~:~# ~-- ..... %~ : : ..... No. 2man at USDA, Assistant MyNeiflhbor s Secretary of Agriculture .KIWU' Richard Bell, was also a _ featured speaker. ~~V Delegates also heard a j discussion of controversial ames King actions involving soybean im- ports by the European Econo- Candidate For mic Commuhity (EEC). John ~~~ Montel, U.S. agricultural attache to the EEC, spoke County Judge about the effect a current deposit on soybean meal and a Jiffies E. King qualified as a proposed tax on vegetable oils candidate for the position of might have on U.S. soybean County Court Judge. producers and U.S.-EEC trade. He is a long time employee of the. Walton County School' Dr. Ricardo Bressani, asystem. He is presently serving nutritionis[ from Guatemala, 'as l:-rincipai of Walton Senior~ spoke about the potential for High School. He is also a "He's in one of his moods--- expanding soybean usage in member of the Methodist and there isn't a good mood Latin America. Church and has been a lay among them!" speaker for twenty-two years. His wife, Catherine, is an instructor in the Communica- YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT tions Department at Okaloosa- WILL BE APPRECIATED qalton Junior College. They have two daughters, Karen is "comp' ,ing her second year at OWJC; Sandra is a senior at Walton Senior High School. In qualif~/ing for the position 'as Walton County Court Judge, King is mindful of the respon- sibility of the County Judge in bringing justice and in serving the people under the American , gystem of justice. Superintendent Of Schools pd. politic~tl David Drake CANDIDATE FOR .SHERIFF WALTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT JOEL T. ALFORD * Graduate of FB! National Academy * 12-years experience In law enforcement as: * Chief Deputy - Walton County * Chief of Police - DeFImlak Springs * Investigator Bay and Holmes County * A man qualified by experience * A man you can talk to pd. pol. adv. by Joel Alford Vote For District 3 For Sch ool Superin ten den t Help Teddy DeShazo in his attempt to improve Walton County's school system. Let him apply his experiences in both education and business management toward obtaining a dollars worth of educational benefits for every tax dollar spent. pd. political adv. by Teddy DeSl~azo Vote For I District 5 He is a successful Walton County business- man now retired,- able and willing to devote full time and talents to this vital job. pd. political adv. by Dick Saltsman "I AM PROUD" that I stood up against any increase in your taxes the last four years. "I AM PROUD"that lurStOod for widening and resurfaemg y secondary day roads the last four years. "I AM PROUD" that I stood up for better medical facufity at your county hospital the last four years. "I AM PROUD" that I stood up for more parking space around your court- house and jail and the Walton County health department. "I AM PROUD" that I stood up for the young people of this county by providing some of them jobs during the summer. CHECK MY RECORD in office. Cheek my pedormance in office. Then vote to keep Bob Anderson, County Commission- er, District 3. A man that takes pride in the people of this county. A man you can talk to. A man that will listen. pal. poi. adv. by Bob Anderson