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: January 2, 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: VID00209
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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Mrs. OWe Sue Godwin of New e On Saturday night December

Orleans spent last week at home DEFJJNIAKs 4,, 1963, the Paxton FFA Chap-
with ACT mother and children tel held its annual Father-Son

They spent Saturday in DeFunialiSprings. banquet In the Colonial Inn in

0 f/orala.; The mothers of the officers -
Mrs. Mel Cameron of Gull t.J.J: J and other honored guests

Breeze spent Christmas with her ': 9 -. ::3 I: were also present.
son-in-law and daughter Mr. anc ""r'6 's. The banquet with theopening
] opened
Mrs. R. O. SalUman. while Mr l""t;).J_ "') ; ...... ...":,:;: :___ ,. ':: { .... '\t'P'4 ...y J ceremony by the officers.
and :Mrs. Van Ness Butler ancdaughter '.::.. n-.'} __ttt1" __ .-.cv "": c.61 --JL-::" Th ,: alste included the devotionby

parents the Donna Van Butlers were with at Gray-hL VOLUME PUBLISHED _EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK( SPRINGS FLORIDA JANUARY 2, 1961 lOc 5 ;Whet-; ;: 1 Ronald Warren Hobbs Nail Chapter the Chaplain.Presl-!

ton Beach. I lent was the Master of Ce-i -
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Allen \ ''w': I Tionies. Danny Harrison, Junior

and son Chris left Saturday morning Review of 1963's Top News I : resident, gave the welcome ad-
for their home in Albuquerque Ireps Mr. Lois Staggers gave; the
N. Mex., after spending the -w..u.a: response Mr. "Happy" Roche
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holidays with her mother, Mrs steA +, rltt Chapter Advisor introduced the

Evie Saltsman. 'nests( !! At this point Johnnie
Mr. and Mrs. Hemp McGee In Our County r a, Thomas and Rex Quails: provided
and children Pat and Mike of; Happenings music!'< while every one enjoyed
Atlanta spent a few days las <\ turkey plate.

week with his mother Mrs. Molly; I Later after eating, the five
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McGee at Seagrove Beach. verses of the FFA Creed were
Friends of Mr. Perry Holley Here is the news of 1963 as recorded JUNE Mrs. Pat Potter wa the area. The Saddle Club held recited by Harold Thomas, Gerald -
former resident of Pt. Washington in the columns of theHeraldBreeze named secretary of the Walton another horse and pony 'shop i Allen Phillip Wheeler. Duane
will be pleased to know thai last year-the his county Chamber of Commerce Paxton was named a 'ColMedal" ; Staggers and Charles Cook. Kenneth -
a
of the FFA at
he has recoved sufficiently from tory of Walton county and Its succeeding MaJ. Plug Lumpkli chapter Parrish, Junior Reporter
his recent illness, which hospi people-events that are not oi who retired after long service 1 to the state convention in Kansas gave the Chapter accomplishment
talized him for a couple of week) earth-shaking Importance to the devote full time to managing the City. This is the highest hone report. Several Foundation i

In Fort Walton ;to be back at world at large, but provides the municipal airport. Sam Rachel a chapter can win. Club Harmony Awards were passed out to members -
his home in Destin after spendIng written record of events important was named Walton's. "Man of the held its 16th annual Schuet for their outstanding
; last week with his son ancdaughterinlaw to us here. As before we have Year" land Jum Kemper Conservation zen test. and as always. it was an achievements in these certain
Mr. and Mrs not listed deaths in the count; Farmer by the Woodme:} entirely successful event. The fields; Warren Nail received the
Alfred Holley. during the year, as there Is not of the World. The City Counc: County Commission rescinded the Public Speaking award; Randall
the
Mrs Attie Mundy and Miss Pa! room to record them all and tc authorized a 25 per cent Increase redistricting action leaving .. Harrison received the Star Chapter -
Mimdy of Gadsden. Ala., spent those involved, one is just as important in sewage rates. Jack Potter was districts as they had been for I'hoto by Shultz. Farmer Award; Gerald Brown
last week with Mrs. Mundy't as any other. named president of the Junior vears. Joyce Bishop was name Mr. J F Howcll former Town '131 years service to our town, by received the Star Green Hand
sisters Misses Julia and Heler January A $54,537 contract Chamber of Commerce. Set Soybean Queen at Dothan. Sup Clerk, is presented a plaque for (Mayor Harold Goodwin Award; Odon Russell received'
John Baldwin reported he had
Strickland. Julia and Pat spent was awarded for dredging La- Clyde Galloway represented Floi_ the Crops Farming Award; Clif-
Thursday In Panama City.Jklr. Grange Bayou. It provided for Ida at the Southern Council of State received Superintendent special permission Thos.from 1 D. Christmas Party For City EmployeesThe ton Hall the Soil and Water Management -

and Mrs Roy Burlisor 10,322 feet of access channel from State Government held in Oklahoma for repairs and Award; William Worley
-visited. her mother. Mrs. MozelU easterly shore to the main 12 City. Walton county ranke Bailey renovation emergency of the Walton hiah West End School lunchroom gratulated very highly for their the Farm Electrification Award;
Bullard In Panama City Christ foot chnnel from Choctawhatchec fourth in the state in the number auditorium.a Rep. Jimmy Prescott was the setting for a delightful performances. Ronald Hobbs the Dairy Farming

.jnas afternoon. Bay to Freeport. The camellia of pine seedlings planted, urged the County Conunls- Christmas Party on December Mr. Pat Covell guest speoHor(\ Award; Odon Russell!: the Farm
Ned and Regina Chancey arc show was cancelled due to the with a total for last year of s'on to adopt a food commodit; 2, at 7 pjn. Hosts and touched the hearts of ,everyone, Mechanics Award; and Robert
spending the holidays with their hard freezes that killed so many 4,809.3JO *S u nti rn e r recreation to furnish food and no hostess were the City elected present} with )his wonderful speech Carnley the Farm Safety Award.
-father and his family In Myrtle* buds. County Judge Joe Dan programs sponsored by school cost program to needy in the county. The} officials and the{ city employeeswere centered on the subject "Are we These various awards were presented -
:Beach.. S. C. Trotman reported a total of 2351' over the county got under way Council voted to refinance $430,- their gut-sts. Master of Ceremonies thankful enough for what we by different members to
arrived handed in his court: Ponce de Leon voted for Incor give: more boys
Mir. John Bailsman criminal cases 000 sewer bonds at a lower rate of for the evening was have etc. a part on the
from Tallahassee In time to spend during the previous year-an all- poration. Interest and got a loan of $13,501 Mayor Harold Goodwin. Another guest!! present was the program.
the holidays with his parents the time high. Bennie Arnold was JULY-The Jaycees held their! for the new fire truck on order After the Invocation by Rev. former fire chief Sheriff Andy The Chapter officers performedthe
R. o. Saltsmans and will remain elected a member of the Town annual air fair at the municlpa for seveal months. State Road George Milan special guest the Anderson whom was called upon Honorary Chapter Farmer
until January 3th when he will Council in a special election. Kylea: airport. Caswell Construction Co Boad member William T. Mayo gala evening started off with almost to accept the plaque for Mr. Degree Ceremony and presentedthe
report for duty at LaekJand AFB, Laird was named c chairman of the was awarded contract for an addition raid four-Ianing of U S. DO'( a hundred people enjoying) Jesse Evans for 34 yearn of loyal degree to four men for service -
San Antonio. Texas. County Commission and Cortez to the Freeport school through Walton county "coulc a delicious dinner of turkey and service as a city employee.Each to the Paxton FFA Chapter.
Mrs. Molly McGee and Mrs, Cgdenhead School Board chairman Elaine Crowley and Lillie Black- materialize in three to five years'' I I dressing, cranberry sauce, salad of the guests present were Those receiving the degree wereas
Villa Cox of Seagrove Beach, were ,. David; Pope 10-year-old well have returned from Tal I but added that U. S. 331 throng* green beans rolls tea, coffee and introduced and some were asked follows: John Ferrin Cox.
shopping in Panama City Friday student, was named state winneiit. lahassee, where they represented I the county does not carry enough peach cobbler prepared by the to make short comments, followed photographer of the Florala News
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brett and a punt pass and kick contest the county in Girls State Dalton traffic to warrant the expense of ladles in charge of the lunchroom by, more music by the stage for helping the chapter with

sects, Bryan and Gary,,.visited her sponsored here by- Creel Ford. The Russell of the Paxton FFA won [our- a lng tj>ls highway, band and the party wound up write-ups and publicity; Alston
father and Mrs Burlison during Town Council dismissed C. E the state farm crop award, He NOVEMBER The first stirrings Following this the Walton High with handshaking and well wishIng Campbell Manager of the Pax-
the holidays. Swank as city manager after less is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H of the political School Stage Band under the to all and the hopes of being ton Livestock! Market for helping
1964 -
} campaign
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Alpaughrmd than a year. Milton Smith was C. Russell. The Walton county on a state bases are beginning direction of bandmaster Fred together again next year. make It possible for the chapter
son Chappy of Panama City, named chairman of the March of cattlemen's association met at the to be heard, with several Turner entertained with several Our City Elected Officials art tn" lease! 11 acres of land from
spent last weeek with her brother Dimes drive and John Freeney Indian Creek ranch. The Walton candidates for governor visitlnf wonderful numbers, including to be congratulated for the manner the market; and Frank McIntosh
aod: sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. chaIrman' of the Heart Fund drive. county hospital, reported $195- the county. Clyde Wells of Wash Christmas carols old time favorItes In which they presented this a Paxton Farmer for donating
W. A. Holley. The Council adopted a budget of 000 In Hill-Burton funds foi: admitted In popular music, !Jazz\ and party, since It is the first ever corn hay; and' his services to the
ington cpunty t V
T. J. Smart of down about $13,000 from I wps !!! held everything was as perfectas chapter Howard Storrs. Editor of
. Mr. and Mrs. $128,977 construction of an addition. Harold the Florida Bar, and will bti associated their own arrangement of Jimmy ,
indnnatl. Ohio and her mother, the previous year. Goodwin was named Mayor: in practice with Pau 'Crack' Corn. Thee!: young people though it had been a regular the DeFunlak Herald was absent
Mrs. Alice Kennedy of DeFunUk February-The Home Demons- Pete Richards Marshal; Mis: Thompson In the firm of Thompson certainly went all out with their performance. and received his Honorary) Chap-
Springs, were visited friends and tration Council celebrated 50 Syble Neel. Clerk and Jay Me- & Wells. C. L. Dorsey Hub ( little band and are to be con. ter Farmers Decree In absenteeHe -
Pt. Washington and Walton county. The and BH has given the chapter many
relatives at, years work in Daniel, J. F. Dludworth -
and A. B. Gavin
ert Jowers wen
Grayton Beach Friday. work began in 1912 When Miss Shultz to the Council. G. G re-clec'ed as school trustees, wltl Winners In Lighting: Burned To DeathIn write-ups in the Herald.
Mrs. W. A. Holley Ways and Etta Smith (now Mrs. 1C. J. Parish Blake was re-elected as cemetery Christmas Fire William Aplln, former memberof
millage set the same as before AnnouncedThe
Contest the chapter and past State FFA
the Magnolia She
Chairman of tomato club. "wai
Means ) started a trustee. A public hearing
10 mills for the wIde
county-
- Garden Club. ..euorts) that' the wwpresent .at., ,the__jevent. Ed :!arid *w the proposed' 'route or. .ct) oclal tax .district VeteranDaj, President and Star Farmer of
Satur. ; home Daniel P. Campbell 50. wall I Florida and. American' Farmer
Store HerbertHhiote W'8'
at Zeil's successful Boy '' north
Bake Sale Puckett headed a Interstate JO, with a route
sponsored by the National Guars burned to death In a Chrlstma was the guest..speaker. After his.
day before Christmas was a Scout drive. A big land sale was ot town favored.- Glenn Rowe adjudged winner in the Christ-
and she thanks of was most successful, at was the contest sponsored by;; aught fire which complete! address 'the banquet was adJoum-
wonderful success reported with 45,000: acres was made Council president, and annual Walton faIr maa lighting
county
each one for their cooperation.Mr. t lund sold to by the J. R. Sealy John Dorsey elected president oi oldest such fair in the state. -A the Walton county Junior.Chanv- destroyed his home Ponce located de Leon abou fd.Neaily all members
six miles south.of were
who is present
Richard Strickland the Flor'da-Amercian' he Chamber of Commerce. Richard bet of Commerce
.
estat!: eto committee named to Investl-
was
According to Sheriff Ho ware"Andy" and 113 people worn
the pre-
near winner was
with the Nav"and stationed end Nationwide Investors lieder was chosen to head the "Food for the Needy" Second place
Corp. rote Anderson who investigated ented In all. rut of 55 members
to : with the
Tenn. was able named observer Historical Society. The National Baker Caswell home
,
Memphis. Inc. Leonard Zepp was he project recommended by Rep, the the tragic event!' his brother 1/1 the chapter there were 22
holiday with hIs parents S. Weather bureau Guard left for summer next four awards going to .
spend the for the U. Prescott V. S. Engineers gave an C Nell Campbell and a neigh that had n part on the programnot
Russell Strickland. station here after met at the courthouse homes of Folmer White P.
the cooperative amp A group 'unfavorable report on the pro- bor. Oakley Richardson had counting the ones that received -
,T. Gallogos and late aul. Tom KIrby and Thos. D ,
Mr.and Mrs. E. it had been kept by the and overwhelmingly votedn posed Bay-Gulf canal. Total cost visited with him until about 5:30: awards. This was to gives
children and Mr. Evans Holley H., C. Storrs more than 35 years. favor of a route north of for the .4 1-3 mile canal was Deasley, the previous evening. many us possible a chance toRet
.D C., spent John Preeney Tom Lasslttei I
al of Washington at Marie Dorch was named winner own for highway 1-10. the holidays with Mrs. Holley Walton high Americanfomemaker AUGUST A. B. Covell was and R. E. Clary homes won
in the annual maintenance cost of $242- tion dwelling apparently caught their leadership abilities. All
their Pt. Washington home. contest. William V. ow bidder on the River Road orable mention.In members did _
(\100 estimated by the Engineers.t fire about midnight, and was still their Jobs well
The W. A. Holley home was Sullivan headed the Red Cross rorn Bruce to near Smokehouselake would have provided a 12footchannel. tho door lighting division smoldering when discovered the lood evidence of good leadership
the scene of the family gathering drive and Milton Smith reported on Choctawhatchee river at 150 feet wide from the of tho contest, the Don Covell following morning about 8 o' cn the future.
Christmas evening when all of $2,618 in the March of Dimes 197855.( Buster Mar I e was east end of Choctawhatchee Bay. home won first prize, with the clock.

Mr. Holley's brothers and sisters campaign., lamed Mayor of Freeport in the to the Gulf. The Paxton Welcome John Donaldson!! home In second County Judge Joe Dan Trot- Tames McLean Was
and their children and grandchildren MARCH-Joe Sutton.' Ponce de first municipal election with Station was dedicated. The trade place. man called a coronor's Jury,
gathered for dlnher witn the Leon won the Freeport.. rattlesnake 3ene Barley G. L. Caswell, Lea death of Pres. Kennedy and Other winners were the MrsW which viewed the scene, and will Big Money Winner
exception of Mr. A. R. Holley rodeo with a reptile mea- Surnham. Walter Jackson and the succession of Pres. Johnson L. Danley A. J. Dlppre and meet later to render their verdict<<
could
and family due to sickness the delicious suring 69 inches in length. The Robert Boudreaux named Coun- brought a reprint of the story in Henry Turney homes. Members 6f the jury are Foi. James M. McLean 802 Bay
not attend. 31 enjoyed and Mrs. Gulf Power Co. asked a norder ::llmen, with Kitty Crosby Clerk 960 when Pres. Johnson visited Honorable mention was giver mar White. Willad Munn. Dan Ave., won the grand prize of 100
Mr. and
meal including John Jr. of restraining!' the Choctawhatchee and Billy McLean Marshal. The Walton county as a candidate fat to E. L. Pinckard Clyde Warren. Roy King. Marion Byrd liver dollars awarded by Fisher
John Fonvllle> and Electric Cooperative from supplyIng Commissioners took no action on Vice-President.b e county'i Baker home and Clifton Brown Hardware Coas the climax of
Seagrove Beach. current to the radar Installation .c request that $1870 be appropriated largest crowd for a political ev Gene Rankin, chairman of the he cash and money event conducted -
-ENTERTAINS on the Eglin reservation. L. for expenses of the recently ent" was reported In 1960 with Jaycee committee in charge oi Walton County during the past several
and originality
MRS. BELSER P.. Harless of Birmingham was created: office of Public Defender, he information that the crowd the contest said taste CHAMBER OF COMMERCE weeks.
GARDEN CLUB awarded the contract for a heavy- The School Board rejected milk here as among the best of the were the two primary con. Community Calendar Four fine Christmas turkeysand
Members of the Magnolia! duty pumper and all equipmentfor ids. Cong. Bob Skies reported whole tour through Florida. slderations used! In the Judging. .January January 9, 1964 $225 in cash were awarded byrisher

Garden Club held their Christ- the city fire department Betty completion, of the Bendix DECEMBER The Council Hardware as an expres-
mac meeting in the Choctawhatchee Holland, of Freeport was named radar installation was hoped for gave a mortorium on interest pay. Walton Menus January 1-New Year's Day- .lon of a pp location by the man-
Beach home of Mrs. Mur- Miss Walton County for 1963. A by t May 1964. He said 40 to CO ments on the cost of the street JANUARY10 Stores Closed. agement for the patronage given .
dock Belser. Bounty-wide: series of revival killed( personnel would be used paving program until March 1964A. Jan 2-Stores Closed All Day them during the year ,
The home was beautifully decorated meetings was announced by Baptist at the tracking station at first B. Covell was awarded the Monday Roast, beef and Jan. 6-School Starts. This fine token of appreciation
with the Christmas churches of the Graves As but that this would be expanded contract for construction of the gravy over rice hamburgers with DcFunlak Lions-7:00 was started many years ago by
wreaths and arrangements made sociation. luickly to about 100. about hallo ilghay to the Benlx radar Installation lettuce and tomatoes stuffed Jan. 7-Klwanh.-12:15.. : he late W. I. Stinson and has
toy club members Mrs. John Fonvttle. APRIL Gloria Jean Young be local personnel. Commls- on the EKlin reservation at celery, English peas, peach half J..ycee7:00.: been carried on each year since.
Mrs. J. J. Cox and Mrs.: rivoli NHA member, was named loners set millage at 49-20 for a cost of 386640.. Contracts for oils, milk. Darlington PTA-7:00. There ban never been any obligation -
E.; E. Comstock. plus a gaily decorated State vice-president of this organ chools and 29 levied by the he Hatcher Cemetery road anda Tuesday-Sloppy Joe on buns,. Liberty PTA-7:00. for registration what-
Christmasthe underwhich ization. All county school: principals Commission. Four thousand schoolChildren road north from Portland to corn dogs, lima beans tomato and Jan. 8-Pilots Club1200.: ever.
artistically ) were re-appointed by the : started back to school. Jendix were also awarded. H. D. lettuce salad cinnamon rolls,,. DeFunla Garden Club -
decorated packages brought for Walton county school: board. On Freeport started collecting cigarette Danks. a former manager of the fresh grapes milk. 3:00.: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Kelleylaughter
exchangeM3s the assurance that building a tax from sales in the city natuial gas system was namedto Wednesday-Tuna fish salad Terri of Gainesville.
Lois Maxon President, stretch of highway to the Bendix Imlts. Paxton FFA was rated the ; head it again about a year end saltines hamburgers, field CARD OF THANKS have returned home after spendng -
conducted the business session. I Installation southwest of Rock Hill top chapter in the state and had after his resignation. The Jaycees ness, corn, tomato and okra soup,, We want to express our thanks the Christmas holidays with
Miss Julia Strickland program would not hold up constructionof their sights set on national honors announced their annual drive for banana pudding rolls milk. and appreciation to all those who I heir parents. Mr. and Mrs. W B.
presented the speakers; other scheduled road work In ater In the year.SEPTEMBER oys for needy children. Sen. Thursday Turkey pie with helped so much and in so many Celley and Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
chairman Albert Butler spoke on the the county the Commissioners Circuit Court Galloway announced he had .,otatoes and eggs, hot dogs green ways In the automobile accident rhilders.Sgt.' .
Mrs. and care ot camellias. approved this project. onvened with a light docket ledges! for his election as Presl- beans, fruited )Jetlo, rolls, milk. on Christmas Eve. But for their and Mrs. Ray Fontaine
planting E. E. Comstock gave the inspiring MAY The Walton County Fudge D. Stuart Gillis, presiding.'ames lent' Pro Tempore of the 1965 Friday-Chili with beans fish I first aid and other prompt treatment Baritone Lightfoot) of Columbus
Mrs. of The Other Wise Saddle Club held a.most successful Mallory resigned as manager Florida Senate. The city's new quares: cabbage salad, apple cob- we know the results would Ga., and two children' were home
story horse and pony show. The of the municipal gas! system! 're! engine arrived. Roy Hobbswas ler., roll! milk. have !been far worse. We are gad] for the holidays. The family had
Man. W. A. Holley Ways andMeans Paxton Future Farmers have high soon after the Council voted to named to head the upcomng to be able to say now that all i two day gathering at the William -
Mrs. Chairman, announced that hopes of winning top state honors nit his salary by 150.00 a month. March of Dimes drive, and yew Square Dance Clam those In the wreck arc doing RItzman residence on the
would be a bake sale at for their organization. Judge D. The County Commission voted a he Jaycees announced their annual Will Open .January 3rd satisfactorily. I Glendale road.Weather.
there Saturday Dec. Zl,. Stuart Gillis was honored at the ounty-wide redlstrtctin over Christmas lighting contest. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Vest N
Zells Store members to furnish state meeting of the Florida Barn he objection of Commissioner! A. franchise was asked with no A new square dance class sponsored Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Campbell I Report
each club pie candy or Miami for 50 years service as tlgdon. The Council advertised action taken at the time on a by Shirts! and Skirts will Jr., and Family
either cake made to lawyer and judge. Angus Andrewswas for a gas manager C. L. Dor- franchIse' for a community TV egin Friday, January 3. with
Plans were Jan. 23rd presenthch chosen state Jaycee vice- sey was named chairman of the antenna project. Eight of the top eglstration to be held' open for IT'S A BOY Jecember Max. Mln. Rain
fashion show.would be invited anda president. Sherry Greer won the Walton county Red Cross. Ap- basketball teams In West Floridarompeted bout three week Mr. and Mrs. Awood Spencer 24 43 25 .02
the public county-wide spelling contest. A. roval of a Federal Savings and In the Bailey gym in The class! will run for 12 weeks announce the birth of their first 25 59 22
small charge made by Mrs... G. Campbell 3r.. was elected to Loan! office here was announced, he first annual Invitational Tournament .nd those interested are Invited (child a son George Allen on 26 69 24 .02
The hostess served, fruitcake,, membership on the Board 'of' with Clyde Galloway chairman: and It was won by the .o get la touch with any of the December 12, 1903, weighing S 27 70 40
Comstock punch coffee mints" Governors of the Florida Bar. Wells Nelson, vice-chairman; and Braves. lub members or phone TW 6735 lb. .4 oz. I 28 61 31
pound cake Maxon. Miss The Board of County Commissioners Nelson Burton secretary. Sen. or TW 6-4311 after 7:00 29 60 22
and nuts to Miss Regular Communication of De- Earl E. Mathews Electronic 30 56 27
Miss Helen rescinded their action put- Giallowav was named chairman .
Julia Strickland.Cox Mrs. Fon.vUle ting the Rock Hlll-Bendix road 3f the General Legislation Commission 'unlak Springs Lodge No. 170 P.M.A cordial !invitation is extend. Technician Third Class, spent the
Strickland. Mrs. Kllboume Mrs at the top of the priority list John of the Legislative CounciL FAAM will be held at 730 PM ed to join the new class. Christmas holidays'with his aunt Forcscast for Wednesday night
Mrs. Max W. Paul was named Lietuenant- Thursday, Jan. 2nd. 1964. Special Mrs. Ruby Davie' and other relatives _nd Thursday:
Burllson,
Harold Bott, Mrs. Roy and friends In the Euchee Mostly fair weather cold Wed-
Holley. Covernor of Florida Lions. The OCTOBER-W. I. Stlnson. Jr,, business! of DeMolay. Marsha RItzman Is vacationing
Mrs. Butler ana Mrs.will be Jan- City of Freeport was created T. D. Wooten and Paul Thornn. All Masons are fraternally Invited with her aunt, Romona Fontaine, Valley community. He is serving tesday night with freezing temxtratures. -
The next meeting aboard the USS Earls'B. HallA.P.D107 becoming a little
to attend. Ga.. with a plan-
Bead!I under a Legislative Act. Walton ion were named from Walton n Columbus,
uaryy 9th in the Seagrove with Mrs graduated 118 seniors and Paxton county: to study the feasibility. Folmer While W. M, ned side trip to Meridian Miss hose home, port is varmer Thursday. Lowest in the.
home of Mrs. J. J.co-hostess.Cox : bad 27. ot a technical trade school for J. T. Johnson, Sec, tc visit Sgt. Fontaine and family,,. Norfolk. Va. \ EC's and. highsin,, the :50's.Pt. .
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Darlington Methodist Church '. 4 f -
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Rev C. C. Colvin .
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Ponce de Leon Methodist Church- ,e-4 II
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East Baptist Church ,
Richard Bloodworlh, Pastor tag :'.. ','J';

Baldwin Avenue Baptist Church '. ;;Y I
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W. Baldwin Avenue : ..'j'; -. -
Rev. Wilbur F. Cotton, Pastor _
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Northslde.Baptist Church y i.3 tv ,
Rev. Glen Spence ."."": '
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Gaskin Church c- "
First Baptist ; r
L. CJ. Johnson, ..I'aslorFr..port

Baptist Church THE CHURCH. FOR ALL. . I ...

W. L. Clark, Pastor "
ALL FOR THE CHURCH

Friendship Baptist Church
C. Lester Weekly, Pastor .
The Church} is tho greatest factor All is not lost with one :failure. As any bowler knows, it's worthwhile -
Gaskin South Baptist Church. on earth for the building of character -
achieve I the second
Rev. Tucker A p lin' and good citizenship.It is a storehouse to a goal on try.

Glendale. Baptist Church or spiritual; values. Without; a The Church was not :founded :for people who are perfect. It is for .
strong' Church, neither democracy :
Bob Hollar Pastor nor 'ivilization can survive. There men and women who would strive, despite their shortcomings, to meet ;0-

nro tour sound reasons why: every life's moral and spiritual challenge.
Lime Stone 1 Church
Baptist )person should attend services regularly ..:
Rev. Cony Black, Pastor and support the Church. They Someone has called Christianity the religion of another chance. Jesus,

New Harmony Baptist Church are: (1)) For his own sake. ((2)) For after all God's forgiving love. And He .
emphasis urged
Rev Kenneth Klcklighter .. his children's sake. ((3)) For the sake placed greatest on f
of his community and notion ((4)) men to grasp present opportunities despite past :failures. V '
Oak Grove Baptist Church For the sako of the Church itself, _. r
W. B. Six. Pastor which needs his moral and material Earnest Christians today are still discovering in 'thrilling ways what .._. !, a

Paxtou Baptist Church support. Plan: to go to church regularly man, inspired and strengthened by God, can really accomplish. '_'M V '
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Rev. M. M. Harris and read your Bible daily. ,
Pleasant V And some of those whose lives have, been enriched ,with faith and ; I
Ridge Baptist Church '
R.v. R. M. l*.Daniel courage once wondered as perhaps you are wondering whether to ';

Pleasant Grove Baptist Church -- give religion another try. ,
Rev. Malcom M. Harris $- I
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Red Bay Baptist Church S. v
Rev. T. R. Padgett '/---J. \ .

Southwide Baptist Church Copyright 1963 Keister Advertising Service, Inc.,Strasburg,Va. -.
Rev. Ivan Martin :

Caney Creek: Baptist Chureh Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday; Thursday Friday Saturday
Rev. T. J. Anderson I Kings Nehemiah Psalms Isaiah Luke Romans Hebrews _
Oaunll' 8:54-01: 6::1-9 37 :l-7 41:1-9: 22:28-34: 11:1-12 12:7-17
Clear Springs Baptist
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Rev.Darlington Aubrey Baptist Todd Church' These Religious Messag es are Being Published Each Week in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsored 'fl

Liberty Assembly ol Qod rhursii J
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Children's Slngletary Home Assembly W G..a by Following Interested Individuals and Business Establishments:

Pastor: Guam PowcU

Paxton Assembly ef Oe4. .
W. A. Whltaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott ,,

West End A GOOD HARDWARE STORE PLUMBING HEATING
Assembly of pod
Fp Cary Richards "I" IT BURNS GA8--CALL US" PJgglWIggl- A. B, Coven
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Cluster Springs Baptist Church TIM ORIGINAL S.It-.rvl.' CONTRACTOR RiCh evrolet
George W. Tbom..on, Pastor FORD C.AIN'S King & Co.
Darnley Furniture Co ComPanY
Mossy head Baptist Musics Standard Station 1
Floyd Garrett, Pastor C oman d er Funeral '
GAS OIL Peoples Water Service Creel Ford Co. Home
,2 Argyle Baptist Mission WASHING rrq
GREASING
"V Rev. Lee Kina Company Blue Motor MERCER OOMAND.II, LoP'". irtaerr DeFuniak H......
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;5, ., ; ,.: Rev. Harold R. Padaett > Wear Store Henry Koerber Choctawhatchee'

p '>:'. N. ItTH aT. IIITZ THEATRE WMa Department YOUR- U"INA" DEAL- Electric Cooperative

1 uT>: .,, Western Auto "MOVIES ARE BETTER Store Moore Furniture c.., IDe. I

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Airs. James Hardy and daughter r- MRS. LIZZIE ANN DAVlft Mr. *a4 Hr John Neel bad. as Mr. and, Mrs. R. J. Flournoy- FREE LOAN OF OUR efficient

. Melanie, are visiting her parents I tfctir fcuftU during the Christ visited :Mr. and Mrs. John Flour- Carpet Snampooers with purchaseof
SOCIAL ACTIVITIESI .I .;! Mr. and Airs\ Curtis Miller ;l Mrs. Lizzie Ann Adams AC* ,mat holidays their daughter Miss noy and family over the holidays. Blue Lustre Shampoo. Fisher

. . . Mrs. Hal Crawford sited' Mr 70, of 1502 W Orange Avenue,,, Patsy Neel who Is a senior at Rev. and Mrs. Beryl Roberas of Hardware Co.WORK.
and Mrs Grady Ross !In Opp Sat. riled Wednesday/ a local hospital Brtnag College, Gainesville, Ga. Tampa, and two children, Kelly

1 unlay, and attended: the Gllchris I and their sons David Ray Neel!, a and Judson, and Dr. and Mrs. C. WANTED

funeral Mrs. Adams as a native of Es- freshman at UMI Lexington Va. J. Hester of Jacksonville, and Clearing, canals pond building
Mrs Bess Knriok of Auburr cambia county Ala.. but had resided and Lt. John Melgs Neel of Shaw three children. Joe Jimmy and or cleaning out, streets or complete -

AJa., Brent the' holidays here Witt in DeFunlak Springs, for Air Force Base, Sumter S C. VIzza were all visitors for Christmas development. Dragline and .

:.:" funnily and friends he past 18 years. She as a mem- Miss Frances Neel of Columbia, in the K. K. Rainer home bulldozer work. Contact L. J.

,, !, ;... Mr end Mrs Teddy DcShazo o' ber of the East Baptist church. S. C. was a visitor, also. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilkinson of Cousins, contractor, Santa Rosa
Panama .
CIty
spent the weekend Beach
Funeral servieeft' were conductd Dr. and Mrs. Harley Smith and Decatur Ga.. spent several Fla.; Phone Destln TE 7-
here with their oarenH!!, Mr ant' days 2371-
Friday Dec. at 10:00 children of Atlanta, spent the with Mr and 11.28
+r Mrs. Henry Hed' nd Mr and 27. : am. Mrs. Tom Andrews.Mr. .
Mrs Woodrow DeShazo: 'rom .the Elim Baptist church holidays with his parents Mr. and and Mrs. John Flournoy FOR RENT: TWO.BEDROOM
.y 'near Brewton, Ala.) with the Mrs. R. Smith. and children spent sChristmawith house, electric range

a.c,4C. r 'I":'.> ...,. 'i lev Richard Bloodsworth of. Judge D. Stuart Gillis spent his mother in Tallahassee: water heater gas heat.refrigerator Clay St.
delating. Christmas with the Robert
Perry near Walton school. TW 8-7391.
Burial followed in the Ella family at Silver Spring Md.
r.M VKOtI t cemetery. Miss Mary Elliot left last week LEGAL NOTICE CASH FOR LATE MODEL ears

; Mrs. Adams was survived by for 'a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Buying for Eastern and Miami

S 'her husband. Mr. Jack Adams of James Elliot and family in Ja..k-: > NOTICE FOR: 0.TAX APPLICATION Dean to Market Vjf you have a Used car
tt sonville.Mr. LAWS OP 1941 sell call James Hussey ** 62271
DeFuniak Springs/: one son, Sgt. -
and Notice.K.ta hereby' ) given that A. M. till :g.30
Mrs. David
W H. Asbell P. M.
Ten! C. Brack of Tampa. Fla., one Rune holder of the following i tt
J. V. LAVVSOX t"WN'FHWED..TIItJRS..I"RI.' of and two small daughters of L/ees- cert.tt&c.t b.. fUed Bald
laughter, Mrs. H. L. Simmons cerUUcatea " SALE
4 for : WATER
a tea J
deed to 'FRONT
brothers R. burg, visited relatives here dur The bee.usd thereon
"richard, Ala. Five MttlnoaN number and pears 01 Jots, and wooded in Iota. On
( 'r.i Thomas and Gus Thomas both ing the Christmas holidays.Mr. lru.oa, the d.rlpUon of the property Choctawhatchee
Open New Year if Brewton, Ala., George Thomas and Mrs. Charles Paulk ... -.eel aDd the era. n u__toIlowa In :wblch "/ Okaloosa-WaUon JunrTlne on

of Laurel HUH. Fla. C. H.. and children spent Christmas In I.Uertlfteat.... No. a1l8. Year ot Iasuanc o Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe to
2:45 P. M. Knoxville Term. with her ee.crtptton or Property Lota RL 1
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Ala. and
Thomas of Andalusia, parfle 3a BUt U. Osage Park SoD. 1x 23 9, Villa Tasso.
B; A. Thomas of Foley, Ala. er.ts. Mr. and Mrs: E. G. W.t.a 3a, TownabJp .t North Range bee 21 Nicevllle.
SlI'iEMrQiJEErJ Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Spence Name 1D whieh a.eee.ed C FOR RENT
Also surviving was a host ofcrnndchildren h Dlte1 SMALL 2-BED.

l:lj; i and great-grand and Christmas children holidays of Miami here'with spent the last CertliIcat. DeacrtpUal\et.: ; ,; Property Year ot Issuance tote 33 Daker.ROOM unfurnished house. Fred
1 children. and 3S
9 y
P.L thru N. BIll U. Dec26tt
fr J.UUS 1 their parents. M.D &eCtAan! 38. Orange.. Park
Comander Funeral Home was ToDahlp
EAr CtdEAal;: Miss Virginia Dannelley who Rama :11 west. None In 'which North u. FOR SALE: to H.P. JOHNSON

), ..., in charge of arrangements. attends Shorter College In Rome Certifloate Capital No.Development lea, S ear of Co. motor and 12 foot Carter boat.
Iaeuane
NaL1USOR3iJ feet, e Mrs.
Ga.. Is home for the holidays 'hna Detoortpttoq 01 Property tots I Fred Baker Dec. 26tf
MR. R. M. DAVIS 33 BJlt
&II I $ with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ebCtloq 7bwwblp 12. prangs Park s.D.
.. Walter Dannelley. 11 West 38N .. In which 4 North;: Rang, ; JOE WALLS BUSINESS MA.
it mORfElI Mr. Rudolph Mann Davis, age Development .sasses CHINES Sales &
s s al':1": : Service. De-
U" Mr. and lofnI. R. M. Sawyer Of : yCobeln
60, of Route 2, Westville, died I Oouaty or warn tn the, Funlak, Fla. TW 6-41f1. Free
and Maude the Christmas orate
:::(fs. p CGlCIf Wednesday, Dec. 25, at his home, holiday in Columbia spent S. C. ahaU UUI_be such rOldmed_rtiflcate( or Of certificate P7oMda. estimates and on repair also >Free pick
Mr. up
in the Gaskln community. the P PopenJ' according to law deUvery.
deeeribed _
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Davis was a life long resident of fiGate or oerttticatea Will such certl
be old
MR. BROWARD GOMILLION I the hlabNt to FOR SALE
Walton county. He was a farmer, door bidder at the court hone : MAVQOLD Peach
beginning 1:30: P.... i trees.
SATURDAY on the fir Developed
and a member of the Limestone MondaI'' / month of aln for West Fla.
DOU1ILE FEATURE church. Mr. Broward Clifton Gomilion. which ta the day of 3rc1.rebMJary 1964. 1964. 125.: Ripen May 20. Bear
Baptist second
age 29, of Ponce da Leon died tg4t Dated, thla JTth day ot December year, H. O. Harrison.
Funeral services were conduct Monday night in a local hospital ltpd
Miss Molly Ann Davis, aaugn.ter Miss Davis is a senior at Poncede ed Friday Dec. 27, at 2:00: pin Mr. Gomlllion, was life long; OlerkN.!: :or. LEO Clrcu1'ANDREWS I -_FOR RENT: FURN. APT. Suf-
of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Davisof Leon High School. Mr. Spires I at the Limestone Baptist church ,, Walton County Court of fft'lent for
DEE DARE resident of Walton county and oft.!: _. 3. 3 Florida couple. Phone 6-4771
Ponce de Leon, became the a graduate of Walton High Schoolis with the Rev. R. M. McDanlel had been a crane' operator for .._ _. : Dec26ch
I bride of Ralph Legare Spires, son currently employed in FortWalton hUCNtINE PRfSSIE officiating. the past several years. C mn.tr ry0. 7404

of Dr. and Mrs. R. B.. Spires of Beach. ' ANaUPI ,pHN iuND Burial folowed In the Limestone I Funeral services were conducted REPORT OF CONDITION I OF THE

DeFunlak Springs on December. After i honeymoon, the couple ..D r rhi NI -fl Rl :[{D1 cemetery with Masonic Thursday Dee; 26 at 2:00: p.m. D.IIlNIAK SPRINGS IN THE STATE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF

21.,_ 1863._._ will reside In DeFunlak Springs. ?Ae.rn1 S --- -- -- ---------- !
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ESPONSE 20. 1183
Mr. and Mrs. H. Seale of 225 F.&AM. the D. C. Hood officiating. TO CALL MADE BY IN
Mr. and Mr. Thomas E. White Q RENCY COMPTROLLER THEEC
j I>>LUg Mr. Davis was survived by his,| Burial followed in the Red Bay UNDER SECTION .
I and son Wesley of Thomasvllle, Jacksonville, returned to their 5211. U. a. REVISED STATUTESCUR.
Jennie Davis, of Gaskin -
Mrs.
wife
Ala. returned to their home I home Saturday after spending : cemetery. CAsh ASSETS
Thursday after spending theChristmas several days with friends in Free- and one sister. Mrs. Iclei I I$, Mr. Gomlllion was survived by in, balances with other banks'and cash items Dollar CU.

holidays with both of port, DeFunia Springs and Pen- Leach also of Gaskln. his wife, Mrs. Reba Gomlllion of United process of collection
their families here in DeFunlak sacola. Comander Funeral Home was Knox Hill one son, Allen Gomll States Government obligations direct 1,489,289.18

I Springs. Miss Sandra Ruryk, a studentat in charge! ; of arrangements. .1 lion'' of Knox Hill and two daughters bligations guaranteed (Net of any reserves) and J

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bulger of Pensacola College, is spending 8yyt : Brenda Gomlllion of Knox of of States and political subdivisions (Net 2,179,966.36
Nicevllle, spent a few dayas dur- I the holidays at home with her Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stokes and Hill and Terry Ellen GomUlion Other any reserves)
ing the Christmas holidays with mother Mrs. Olive Sunday and ___ children of Gainesville. spent of Fayettvile. N. C. Also surviving hoods, notes and debentures (Including 672,307.7 0 '
both of their parents. I family. the Christmas holidays with his I as his father, Gilford Gomll $300,4U.51 securities of Federal agencies and
lion of Knox Hill his mother corporatfoDS not
parents.
guaranteed
I David WOod-'ard, a college Mrs. Jack Hammock and chil SUN.-MON.-TUES. Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Neff and Etheree Gomillion' of DeFunlak any reserves) by U. S.) (_Net of

student in Tallahassee spent theholldavs dren of Port St Joe, were holi- on of Nashville, spent the holl- ,Springs. One brother, Sherwood Corporate stocks (including $6,000.00 300,443.51'
with his' parents. Rev daay guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman tnys with her parents Mr. and Gomillion of Beaufort S. C.. and eral Reserve bank) (Net of stock of Fed-
and Mrs Luther Woodward:David Illnote. Mrs. Richmond Smith. two sisters Mrs.! Lutrell Mount Loans and discounts (Including $499.44 any reserves) 100000-<< ),

returned to Tallahassee ahead of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Withey 1 Mr and Mrs. Paul Messengerwho of Holt Fla.. and Mrs. Sue Dell premises owned $26,87:5.07.: furniture overdrafts) 2060'1:59'11"Bank : +

schedule to help out in the officeof and children spent several days i..il4uLill. were visiting their mother, McCullough of DeFuniak Springs. fixtures $39C39.1l and
the Democrat here he is as- during the holidays with the left Thursday for their home in I Comander Funeral Home was Other assets_ 6591418''
Ei33 ;
s'ftant' photgrapher. Alex Caswells. Winter Park. I in charge of arrangements. 4::06

The W. I. Sttnsons and the Mr, and Mrs. Leo Andrews Miss JoAnn Thomas of Louis- Total Assets
Francis Merriflelds vU'e. Ky.. spent several days PIANO TUNING AND REpairing 6,774.084'
are among Jr. of Gainesville were holiday s S3 1l LIABILITIES
a { .
these attending<< the Orange Bowl 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Andrews I 'Istlng: Patricia Goff. Over the : All work guaranteed.New Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships
lr
ecme In Miami. Sr. ? 6 iakl S weekend Pat Diane and Jo New and Rebuilt 'Pianos. Contact corporatfons' and

and nttended the Western_Ky. State Thompson-Hillard Milling Co. at Time and savings deposits 2,540,001
Mr and Mrs. Arnie Foss Mr. and Mrs Tommie Spence ot individuals
children of Atlanta, visited her and children of Miami, spent t the College festivities' held In the TW 4-5771 or Gene Barfleld. Rt. and corporations partnerships -
S Oraceville. Phone 263-3191. Deposits 2,633,682.35
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hin- Christmas holidays here with Tangerine Bowl In Orlando.General I of United States Government, (tocludlnBS2
-- postal
son during the holidays their parents Dr. and Mrs. Ralph . ,. ----- FENCE FENCE FENCE I Deposits savings) -- 120,083.37
Mr and Mrs. Fleming Ward of Spires and Mrs. Cleo Spence. .---- Chain LInk-Red Wood-.Panel Certified of States and political subdivisions 57:5: 815 13

Gainesville, spent' the holidays Mrs. G. E. Rushton and children 1 Weave. Also metal Car Ports. Call and officers' checks, etc 28:136:83: : I
here with relatives Mrs. Ward is ,' Ann and Rusty of Lake or see Jim or Ruth McLean for Deposits $::1.897,699.35-

attending lAW school at the University Charles, La., spent the Christmas our prices before buying. Rep of demand deposits 3.225,889.84" ,

of Florida. holidays with her father M. M. Hurricane Fence Company. 8.8tf: --
Mhr' and Mrs. Bill Stinson of Adkinson and family. Total time and savings deposits $2, 71,809.1S1

., South Carolina, both teaching Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bannister FOR SALE: PECAN TREES. Other liabilities '
% school there, were guests of the spent Christmas In Pensacola as Elliott's, Stuarts, Mahans wholesale 372.531 f
W. I St'nsons' during' the holi guests of Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. and retail prices., The best Total Liabilities
day3.Mr. Brewer Jr.: J time to plant is in December and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 6,270,230

and Mrs Dawson Copeland Misses Elizabeth and Bell Davisof January. Miathis Pecan Nursery Common stock-par value per share $10000) '
and daughters arrived home Sunday Jacksonville the holidays 'In Paxton. Phone Florets 4-5502. No. shares outstanding
spent!;
it from a weeks visit with his with Mrs. W. I. Hinton Sr. Residence Florala 4-8501. 1128tfJACK'S : Surplus 50,000.00
,
150000.00
parents In Madison, Ind. Undivided profits I'
\ Mr. and Mrs. Orea Norton and VENETIAN BLIND I 278,8 3,13
Reserves
Mrs. JAnet is
Wesley visiting
young con, of Biloxi, Miss, returned "
Service: Florala. Alabama. We offer 25000.00
11 the Bill Wardlaws In Columbus, '
their .
to home after visiting I
the
Ga. for several very bead service on repairing Total
days. Capital Accounts
with Miss Maude Saunders
vsnstisn blinds. We install 503853.13
I Mr. and Mrs; Clark Mason -
I visited relatives In and' Miss Carol Jones. new tapes, cords or clean and
I Total
Pensacola over Wadsworth Liabilities and
Capital
the weekend. Mrs. Alice returned reflnlsh your blinds for a sum Accounts 8,774,084.10 J

Mr. and Mrs. Hal Crawford attended home after spending the holidays much less than the price of new Time NOTE I
certificates
with her son, and family In of deposits outstanding
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I ones. We manufacture\ the finest 84,810.00''
New Orleans.the Sugar Bowl game In Columbus, Ga.I in TVT"n-TtinT blinds and drapes. I, Lewis F. Cawthon, Jr., Cashier, of the abovenamed'bank I ,'
__ do hereby declare that this of
I For a eourteoue n to allass report condition is true and correct
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
\ IOU' emll .-...ILMcC'ULLOCH
Lewis F. Cawthon, Jr.:
Ij I I' We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report
j II Electric of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to
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the best of our knoweldge and belief is true and correct.

.r STEREO W. O. Campbell, M. T. Fountain. Henry Elliot Jr., Directors

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Colen Douglass W. C. Gandy
COLLECTOR Howard Griffith J. C. Turner

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73 PUBLISHED EV 1jtY THURSbAY THE DeFUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE
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. 'THE DeFUNIAK HERALD children of Gainesville, spent me
i Amount Done At Hospital On Tank Landing Ship- Christmas holidays here with i

Combined with TilE BREEZE Probably most of us never given it much James E. Smith-, steward third their parents, Mr and Mrs. Woodrow and '

DeFuniak Springs Florida thought but the yearly report of the Walton class, USN, son of Mrs. Jlmmte DeShazo and Mrs. Annie b s 'h

Published Every Thursday at county hospital shows it to be among M. Smith of 104 Wood *t., Is serving Ward. and 'tJs T
and Mrs Bill Murray
aboard the tank landing ship Mr.
DeFuniak Springs Florida the top industries in the county so far as USS WasKlenaw County. son, Burton spent the weekend <7J/4.18Jd/l : ,

Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area payaroll is concerned.We The ship recently completed a here with her mother and family ,
tour of duty with the Seventh Mrs. M O. Warren. y
From Alabama to tue Gulf of Mexico are all more or less familiar with the and Mrs Andrew Hinton of
Fleet in the Far East. Dr
Second-Class Postage PaidH. many invaluable services rendered by any The mission of Washtenaw Pensacola spent the weekend here (f? dm/ll/tis

C. STORRS, Publisher 19241'183now hospital, but the sheer numbers and amountsof County is to transport and dis- with his parents, Mr and Mrs. II ,
charge troops tanks and O Hinton. L4
ARD STORRS, Editor, Publisher services rendered during a year is stag- during amphibious operations.cargo I Mr and Mrs Glenn Chesser K

SUBSCRIPTION: gering. Washtenaw County's home portIs and son spent the weekend In

Walton and Adjoining Counties___$300 Pet Year The report, furnished us by Lee ,Thomas Yokosuka, Japan.Mr Hartford. Ala
with
Miss Jackie Hodges of Atlanta "When you say It flowers Nay it
Other _________--______$3.50 Per Year administrator, shows that there are 1534 and Mrs. Roy Mitchell of Ga., spent the holidays here with with ours" is the slogan of 1hI.E."l.On.:

vwwvBible admissions during the year (this and other Pensacola spent Monday here her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1ST and ;you will be K-aJ. that you did. use
for the fiscal with relatives and friends. Hodges. ',. HIcLKAN: rOUIST.! The specialize in
Verse figures are year ending Sep- =.I JS,: +_Kw : per__ _
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And in the vine were three branches: and tember 30.There mSSSi ',' son:1I "serr ice nuts treat every os'deewith.' purBonnlled
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attention. Til. or better
it was as though it budded and her blos- were 138 births during this period, .. still drop by their shop' located 512 No. 9th

soms shot forth and the clusters thereof with 211 surgical, 6165 laboratory and 1039 Street.(

brought forth ripe grapes.-Gen. 40:10. X-ray procedures, and 344 EKC and DMR -Doinfl my Matt king

000 procedures. With the winter season upon{ us you are

Gems of Thought . TomorrwI Emergency out-patient treatments num- on busy days is as easy for me now Mire to need warm blankets for the house- 1

like the dreams of the future better bered 819.During as dropping a letter in the corner hold. CARP'S is featuring Cannon) and Pepperell day

than the history of the past.-Jefferson f' mailbox. Matter of fact Blankets starting at $1.9'!). They asaha.e "
this time 34,645 meals were that's just how I do W"EquIpping Electric blanketsvisit from S12.99 to $10.92. ..'
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We made wise not by.the recollectionsof '
are winter nights a lot more comfortable) r
laundry processed, to give some idea of the
our past, but by the responsibilities of
magnitude of the operation.'
our future.-Shaw WEST KLOWUA) GAS CO. has two way
Patient days of care (adult) numbered
yt rado service in their trucks to insure their
Everything that looks to the future. ele- 6728, with 465 patient days of care for new- ; 'xf customers, 'sudden !service". If you call for

vates human nature. born. gas or service, chances arc you are in a

The average daily census, excluding new- '; hurry. They have six. trucks on the road

to the born was 18.9 patients, with payroll $ .ti4 and one is probably near >ou. By dialing
The future is always a fairyland expense
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There are 36 full-time employees six

The future is purchased by the present. part-time employees. Drop by WHEAT TIRE SERVICE and {get

Johnson AH! other expense amounted to 81674. them check you tires today. No obligation

.--cOo This includes depreciation, $10,395, charity yourself for the and you can drive out with confidence. If. ::
your tires need recapping they will tell you
The Obsession With Talking allowance- of $12,000 and bad debt allowance same convenience is as easy as so and just how much it will cost. If not, tl 1 t

The night before Christmas were Inter- of $6,000. stopping in or writing us for free ' ;you will I know JU--1, h.'w much more wear

ested to see in an TV listing that a two- The total expense of operating the hos- mailing forms. Do so soon, and try your tires still<: have. Located across from
music wouldbe ;4 .The City Hall.!
hour program of 16-century pital during the period came to $188,202. Y
Christmas morning, beginning at 1J1I/IK Mail!
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given This makes the average cost per patient Ufl < 1, C'ht]stms is almost here and now is the

7:00: o'clock.This day come to $27.97 or $1.16 per hour, witha time to be thinking of the ideal gift for the

sounded like a splendid idea and total of 161,472 hours of patient care ideal- gift for the whole family. What better
something that could be worth listening to, ;: Sift could :you select than a new Color TV
These
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exclude
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so we turned the set on a few minutes after born.) r4" Set by RCA Victor. The place to go is RAINI .
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BOW ELECTRONIICR. Ilwy. 90 West. Convenient .
I seven. We think it worthy of mention that the { terms can "arranged and they are
Usually we are started on coffee breaking per hour cost for all services rendered to DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA iCoIor TV experts.

at this hour and this was our nari .. ., f
for the day the patient comes to only $1.16 many ""f'; -' : .k'r
first viewing of the program, which apparently Dropped by MOM\ & DAD'S RESTAUU- ,
than this
people hour have
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is on every morning at this time- their cleaned. .' _. .K'j' ,',.;1, .' ANT, en llwy. 90 West the other day and
music though. yards I can't: tell you how much I enjoyed the
with 16th century ,
not oOo
Ravioli and Spaghetti with l\lushrcoms. .
Anyway, when we turned it on, the music Whole State Needs Same Time Zone THE BUSIER Their Kilodas delicious too. The next time t :

was in progress, but about all that we heard We heartily agree with the stand taken you are dining out I believe you will really. A t s

before the selection ended, very shortly after by the Florida Public Relation Associa YOU ARE '' enjoy the food at MOM & DAD'b..

we had turned it on, was drums, a rather tion, meeting in Pensacola recently, when l

peculiar sounding flute and then a minor they unanimously endorsed ,a resolution to For a truly fine quality shoe I suggest

chord that ended it. extend the Eastern Standard Time zone to } that you visit MILLER'S, The Family Shoe

t Then, the talking started. We know how the Perdido river, taking in all of Floridain .Store( anJ see the row fat'! line of flats and

much talking there is in what is supposedto the Eastern zone. i '11' dress shoes by Fashion Craft. Prices start
have at 08.99 an I am sure you will find the
be a musical program, because we To say nothing of the annoyance and inconvenience shoe of your choice) in their outstanding

listened to the Leonard Bernstein programs caused by a dividing line giv- L ; selection.! See "Pete" or Oma Miller.I \ .

with the New York Philharmonic over the ing us west of Chattahoochee Central Stan- / :f1

years, and know how it will be, but this dard Time, we would like the extra hour of suggest )0\1 try the famous "I1n lo.* ,}
had been advertised as a THE MORE OUR BANK brand esh-dressed poultry that is processed '
program-what daylight in the evening. Who cares whe- 1
too much for us. CAN HELP: YOU! right here in DeFuniak' Spring,. Only @ ..
musical 1 program-was ther or not it is light when you get up in the finest chickens selected for ..
are i se by .J
First the master of ceremonies started the morning, but we would like to have an For example, here you'll find : IIENUY IOnEHEU INC. and once the "

talking about the orchestra and the music, extra hour in the evening after we finisha CHECKING ACCOUNT service to cave label "IIENKO" is placed on them vest can .. > :-.; ; Jt

instead of letting us listen to it. lie talked day's work, summer or winter.In you bookkeeping and billpayingtime be sure that you will receive only fi i is' qua &' ) s,q
with the effort ; SAFE DEPOSIT boxesto lity. Try 'cm I'm "'
will like'
instruments, and talked sure you m. J
about the the winter time it is dark now befOl'olive
protect all your valuables ;
I musicians. .11?\ o'clock and that ould permit many to
\ J. and there LOW-COST LOANS for business t" If you are considering
During the time we listened, home before it gets dark and take hi'''It building a home ot-
care
: get' family and personal needs and r"I\i: ::\':' doing any repairs- d
there were two ; < : or r c r to elms to your-
I) was no more music played, while of the little chores like feeding the dog and top SAVINGS ACCOUNT service -- '1 present home, I "suggest, you contact Tom

station breaks-Two, mind you-and the goldfish before it gets dark, as well as all quickly available under one '"' >iff' Ln&sittcr at FISHER ]HARDWARE CO.
for
j we yield to none in our admiration having another hour of that ''fine summertime roof for your convenience I .<":.t.( :!l They r.re well qualified to serve! you in this
had tuned in to listen ," '4.fJ:; field. N-:) down
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payment needed and
Smokey Bear we daylight in that season of the year. Save time, effort at this "full-service" bank they
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instead of that. Then we were give you up to 7 years" to pay. Debt consolidation
music
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treated to an find that there are a considerable
attractions, Including The Virginian. We The new cats arc here and the most beautiful
number ho prefer the time zone as it now THE FIRST NATIONAL
this book not too many years after BANKMember cars of all are to be found rt RIVARD '
read is, but as for us, give us Eastern Time. CHEVROLET CO.
written and it is the best WesternevJr The Chevrolet is back '_
? the TV Programs -oOo-- with a new model called the CHEVI 1 I.LE. ,
though Federal n
written, even the book Here is a little item we saw somewhere Deposit Insurance Corporation This i& just the car for the sports minded 1:_

sort of hard to connect with the* other day that you might be interestedin --. -:- ; and economic-minded individual that wants '1 1..i,.
but still no : There are 56 words in the Lord's Prayer -- '' to step up from the compact. Drop by and '..') "
Announcer some sports, ask for free
us a demonstration.
Then' the gave ;',266 in the Gettysburg Address; 297 in -.
conductorof
news and weather and then the the Ten Commandments and only 300 wordsin
musical group told about a cultural The puce] to go for your Personal". loans is
the the Declaration of Independence. A recent .
to TAX TilE FIRST
make ASSESSOR'SNOTICE NATIONAL
to DANK
going where
exchange trip they are order establishing cab- you
governmental obtain
-t low bank interest
s number of Russianswill rates and friendly.
Russia, and an equal bage prices contained 26,911 words. Wonder ..r; confidential service. They will work out
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come to this country. how many there are in the average tel ;I convenient terms for you so that you can
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'. band, the called it-talked about their in- ---oOo-'- ? j j[ schedule.

struments. We learned that the string bass Time, cruel Time, come and subdue that
used in the 16th century was smaller than The law requires that you make a CASEY'S IGA DISCOUNT roODLlNER

bass used today, that it had'five brow full return of all property owned by features only choice meats I>y Tablerite. A, p; '' ",

I springs and that the higher string is tuneda Which conquers all but thee; and thee too you as of January 1, 1963, to the Tax good will be selectors of Western and Aged Beef ...../.
present .day cello. Very stays, always be found at IGA. All meats !"'a t
above our Assessor at full cash value and
4 fourth 'been any are prepackaged( for your sanitary "
certainly had not As if she were exempt from scythe or bow selection t
interesting, and we other exemptions be but they will be glad to cut to individual Y. '
you may en- your ./
music.
t ... these facts, but still no From love or years, unsubject to decays.Or specification. Watch their
?t aware or titled to.Make weekly specials.
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Then a flute player talked art thou grown in league with those fair .

old instrument and how due to the fact that eyes, your returns from January Now is the time to start b your

it doesn't have as much hardware as present That they may help thee to consume our 1, 1964, through March 31, 196<1.. l P-' ," resistance for the winter months ahead and
his
closer to !to do 'his is
he feels much ? iunrvayv? to :" day flutes, days % .... ret -
with this line of The law that for ? VU.con.flnd a complete selection
requires home-
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hy ne
\>: of what Wi1 c :all. Squbb. Upjohn and
t1thought, and are well aware Sandersonn Being merciless like thee, that no man stead exemption your deed or con- t; One A Day at The: SCJIV1CC DRUG CO. Tel.,

p l1am[ Morris and '1'. J. Cobden- and weighs? tract for title must be on record at '1 w .aUll for prompt and free delivery

about artists and machines And yet thou see'st thy she disobey service.The '
i:had to say any power ; the time of claiming: exemptions.
getting
t 'hand-work and still we weren't Cares not for thee, but lets thee waste in
vain HUBERT ADKINSON WESTERN: AUTO ASSOCIATE
r "muslc. another dire ; STOIU: reminds ycu that hunting
off in reason
... The talk then started lost us. with And prodigal of hours and years betrays opens Nov. 16 fur Deer, Turkey, Quail. quir- ". +
',:ection and that was where they peculiar Beauty and Youth to Opinion and Disdain. Tax Assessor rel. Limit .on Deer is one per .day and two "! .

J'amemory: of drums ar rather of Yet spare her Time, let her exempted be; Walton County, Florida in possession.:: Limit on Turkeys are 2 per
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minor chord an d a become kind to thee day and three in possession. Limit
ndi flute, a ,.She may more or me. on Quail
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James Barge Attended \,11 be :several general businesscs Jersey, Dr. Oliver Wlllham, President ( Education for
lag Agriculture": Proofs Needed To
.Vo Ago Teachers: Meeting I <:OI'" .i 1' the NVATA Region V !' Oklahoma State University Farming and For Off-Farm Agricultural -

Over four-hundred Lusinc. (;: i"lotinns; special com- ; and Hoy Battles, Executive Occupations";; Vocational File For SS Benefits
Vocational ; ; 1'1' tin' -; i n dinner for stale DiiroLtor. Clear Channel 13roadcoating : Education In the Larger Schools",
Agricultural Teachers! met in Atlantic I I v>j. ci.Jtion orecidents.; combined Service; Frances Ken-el l.Comini&fiionei l.: and Exploring: Agricultural CarEers ---
City, N. J, last week for' "t'!>sions. i\\th other agricultural of FJucntion, U S. Through Vocational and I The r,CSM three months are the ,
the 15th annual conventu'n of the I, cc.ur .ill- "' is; and general: and Department of Health Education, Technical Agriculture" (busiest! for the Social Security j
National Vocational AgriculturalTeacher's : ' 11< i .. < ,. ''ns of The Amen- nnd Welfare will address the first 'district office in Panama City tt
Association James A. c.,n Vat" nil: Association, which I AVA general session Secretary "(Ac'orctl.g!! to John V. Carey District .
Mr and Mrs. Glenn Bishop and
Barge, vocational agricultunl instructor iuclud all M\ ,. here '
vocational education Anthony J. Celcbrer, Health nager mote people'
Tuscaloosa Ala the ..
son of spent .
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high retire and 1 claim "-
grouJ'!: Educat' :on and Welfare will be Christmas holidays here with her retirement pay '
school is an official delegate from the featured l for the ',ments in! Jinuiv.: February\ and
speaker second -
Mr. and Mrs. H O. Hin-
the Florida Association A special NVATA willb parent '
program AVA general tc>.ion. I(March\. Hun at anv; othor time 1 1
The NVATA is made up of over ( ,pjxuntid by a panel on "Dev- ton 'during .he ;
10,000 teachers of vocational agriculture rUpini, : Good Public Relation! Vocational agr{ +iicuJtai; teachers Miss Meredith Adkinson and I|I year | ; : ,.:.
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with members from all This panel!' will be moderated by stntt supei\ ;stirs",, teacher" Miss Virginia Lee Dannelley> of Security officecan't : .
states plus Puerto Rico There are Lords; H ''111..on. Director of In- educators, and guest speakers Shorter College, Rome, Ga., spent', hire and train extra help i I
64 members in the Florida Association formation National Plant Food side the profession will the holidays here with their parents Just for this temporary period,
Institute. He will be assisted on interesting and challenging out-I' Mr and Mrs Hurtis Adkinson they po'nl out certain th'ngs' that I {
The first general session of the the!! pnnel! t hv Carroll Streeter cussions on such themes as and M. and Mrs Walter retiring voikes can do to help \ .:1- :, .
NVATA got underway Satur Edit:>r. Farm Journal Phil cultural Educuation for a (' Dannelley I I'IpC'C'dIP' the service' they get ( ,*,),.
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day noon 12. There Agriculture for New ',' '
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noon than in the mornings, so" i j
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visit to thosehf! > would like'' i
prompt service' FEr9
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4* you. The- Social Security people! 'I h +
\ reed o( rtnln records, such I1S''
I proof of ape, J 1961 earnings!', etc I II j
t horn peoplehr> claim benefit''!

I payments! Some people: need to _
I bring one thing and some another j 7
It's better to find cut ahead oft
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works for wanes! should bring k
< their 1 ion. withholding tax statements I

Self employed people ,
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income tax returns. "We hive to
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and It saves time if folks bring
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birth certificate This is As the clock strikes:: Now Year,
MILLER'S S5-IOE STORE often unnecessary! "If you'll check may we I
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K (Rle an Store age records you hive: ," Carey !said, many .|

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West thence Weet to the NE corner IN THE CIRCUIT COURT>> Or WALTON and not later,than January 31. 1M4. .3, M. Range 19 West of the TeJ.lilisraset .
LEGAL: NOTICESINVITATION of Section 18, Township a North. COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY Herein fall not or a degree) pro I MerMUev platted -by -1- -
Haoge 19 West; thence North' to theNB NO. J1J oonfesso will be entered herein agslnstTOM. Wexiand ICdwarda' aaid plat" beingof
corner of Section 9. Township ASSOCIATE DISCOUNT record in tne office of too Clerk n
FOR I11US 2 North Range 19 West thence CORPORATION. It: I III further ordered that this notice or the Circuit Court of Walton
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS West to the NE corner of Section an Indiana. Corporation. and order be published once a week County.
Sealed proposal will be received by 8. Township a I North. Range lit Plaintiff, for four consecutive week, four time Together ra': debe building and Improvements YOUR.Isy .
tb. Walton county Hoard of Public West thence North to the South Os.- of publication being sufficient, In The situate thereon. 701005t
Instruction until ;J.Oo .>14.> C O.C.: right Of way line of the L 4> N L. NORMAND and .ANaa.no: L. Derunak Herald, a weekly newspape Bald property: will be) sold subject
January 14. 196. In the ol.ice pi trieSuperintendent. Railroad thenoe Westerly along the NORMAND, ., .1 published In Walton County, Florida. to ell .valid liens of record none of
Walton c.Ullt.cl.lun./ South: right of way line of the DONS AND ORDERED .n DeFuntaeprlnira. which are) known to your oomm.alo. ..-
house $ 1'lwldU. !orwALTON1o1110H L Mar: :f Xr.f: A the said right of way line Intersect O.JL. Normand and Angelln L. Nor. December A. D. 1063. The above described property toge
SCHOOL.. IIJu1LNLAK' the Bust lineof Section 21, Township mand. husband and wife, and all part Joe Dan Trotman then with all of the tenements, here
BFRINOS. LOKIDA''. 3 North Rang 20 West, thence: lea claiming interest by, through, un. County Judge dltunente and appurtenances thereunto
.! At that time they will be publicly North to: the point of beginning. dvr or against O. I.. Normand and-or alton County Florida belonging< or in: anywise, appertaining
opened and real alord.Plans DISTRICT NO. 4: Angellne L. Normand' and all those CLYDE B WELL8Attorney !: will be sold at said -:. In pursuanceof
Specifications and Contract Commence at the point where the claiming to have) any right, title or for Petitioner said order subject to confirmation : HI. O. "Baddy" Warren ---
Documents may be obtained Irutn Albert North line of Section IB, Township Interest In the following describe .Address1 of said sale by the Court..,
C. James Architect. aka H!: Paces, 5 North Rang. :21 West Intersects property In Walton County Florida, THOMPSON WELLS Dated at DeFunlak Walton Good advice from
Ferry Rd. N E.. Atlanta I 0. 0a upon the Walton-Okaloosa County line to wit' : Commence at the MB comer Attorney at Law County the a day of f\prlllCi 1563.Paul physician a noted
deposit 01 $25.OO for each set. 'I:he lull: fur point of beginning, run thence of> NWU of SJBU= and run South MO Post Office Box 87, 1 Teell directed to middle- WHOLESALE ROUTE
amount. of the deposit for one net feast to the NK earner of Sectioncorner for point of beginning, thence run DrFunlak Springs Billy Fountal aged people, lists( exercise
will be refunded to General Contractor 19, Township s North. Neogs 20Weat East eao1, thence run South 133. FloHda Baker Caswel diet ,
who submits a bonalide bid upon thence South the NE thence run West 690'( thence run North 4\t Dee 24-.7an 18 Commissioners and emotional relaxation I
return of alL document* In good condition of Section O. Townahlp' 4 133': to tb* point beginning. Being Cola U. Henderson as important In \ Deliver and Collect
within ten <10)) day alter the North Range 20 Wrest thence Cast a part of the NE of BE 14. Section Attorney< for Plaintiff heart avoiding NO SELLINGWe
date of opening bid. to the NE corner of Section 4, 35. Township 3 North Range 30 Weet IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB 187 West Pine Street and circulatory disease. j
All other deposit will be refunded rh:: Bb'lot1' North, Rang 20 West, Containing i acre more or lee*. FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Trettvlew. Florida Anyone in sedentary
with deduoatlon not exceeding the to the point where You are hereby notified that a mort- FOR WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA No*. 14, ai. 28 and December S Issue work furnish the
actual cost Of reproduction of the document the East line of Section 21, Towneship gag* foreclosure suit on the above.descrtbed IN CHANCERY.. NO. (221t must exercise In moderation. retail accounts.
of all ducumeut.in 3 North Range 2O West intersect A..w ...... "' ... u .r.. .._ .____L. I Yflll flirt-liar... .. ft..t_, ..__ __ .
upon receipt: property baa been filed . also to -- ----- MV41V ujfitj ana a
_good condition within. ten J!(U/J) Buys the South. right of_way line against each of you In the above- formerly Mr. *: Franklin J. Ruahlng>)>. weight important down keep minimum of $798, Cash to
actor in. awe 01 opeiimn u.u.. 01 lOne u oc n KIroUroACl. w-uw named Court In a complaint for foreclosure Plaintiff and shun foods cover
A bid bond made payable to the Easterly along the said. right of way against the bore-described VB. First National rich in animal fat. inventory ;you handle, part time.
Walton County Board of Public Instruction line to the point where the .id roperty.> You are required, each ol !FRANKLIN J. RUSHING
in the amount of five percentS right of way line Intersect the Est ,!u. UJ file> an answer to the Suit< NOTICE OF BALE IN PARTITION' Finally tension it
I < %) of the base bid must I line of Section: 89. Townahlp 3 with the Clerk of Circuit Court and PROCEEDINGS appears Opportunity To
bona and triggers Own
each proposal. Performance .. North Range 19 West, thence South *Jasrve a copy thereof upon plaintiff* Notice c 1* hereby siren that the chemical reactions
payment bond will be required in an to the NB corner of Becton 8, attorney, whose name and. address ap undersigned aa continuation therein Insurance Agency which may lead to heart
amount equal to 1OO% of the Contract: n'L1t North' Rang 19 W.etthence p..ara below* on or before January 24. under and by virtue of the Oourt'e trouble. Your Itusines.sExcellent
Price for each bond. to the NK comer of, 111M. order entered In the above cans. dir Thus, it Is advisable
No bid may be withdrawn after the rcwe't: 9, Township 2 North, Range DONE AND ORDERED at 'DeFunlak ecting aale woJl the property hereinafter to seek greater relaxation. Earnings
scheduled closing time receipt thence South to the NK this ** day .f Decem- described, offer for sale. and sell FOR
of bid for a period of thirty!' (J5)tfTh'e ) corner of Section 15, Townshlp' 9North her.lnf.l'lWaca. at public: auction to the and It is always advisable, by
Range IS West. hsnee East SEAL) X. LEO ANDREWS beet bidder for cash at :(front t' door the way to have Pull time
Owner reserve the right to to the NE corner of Section 15, Clerk of Circuit Court of the County Court House in De- your prescriptions routes open. Write for
reject any or all bide, and to waive thence h North the NEecorner Walton County. Florida Fumak Spring. Walton Plop BONO *> AUTOMOBILE FIRE) filled at SERVICE interview giving name, address
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any Informalities. d th to Attorneys for Plaintiff; tda, on January 9. 164, at 11 .M'A. Ac.. DRUG COMPANY where name
John B. Baldwin Superintendent SectionTownablp: 1 North, Range M. Andrews CUT the following deecrlbed we phone no. to-
of Public Inatructlou, 19 West, thence East to the NB Of Campbell at Andrew situate in Walton County, FIortdaTtoICO MARINE .A CASUALTY keep up with all the newest
Walton County comer of Section 1, Township 1 3MDougla wit developments in
DeFunlak Springs" :IlorlJaPee. North, Range. 19 West thence DwnlBog 8J Dp. nortcta feet by 10O feet tying la a pharmacy. Mr. C. II. Smith
1*. 28. Jan :3 South to the NB eorner of Section: 4t Dee. U. "aD. 5 quire on the South end of the -
1.hin.WletluWie: Rang* 19 West following described land. The oom- This week's Household hint
NOTICE pouat waeee plrte descriptions a* follows of t IN8URANCV :
Notlo.I. hereby Riven that the Board I the North line of Section 8, 'Town. IN TBB COURT OF THE COUNTY' 100 ft. B A W by 635 ft. N Con -S If the fingers of your rubber Suite 214 Azar I3ldg.
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of County Commissioner, at a Regular ship 1 South Range 21 West inter* two or WALTON COUNTY, the North end of Lot 24 of Kam- gloves turn inside
Meet leg on Tuesday October eth, 198Jadopted sect the 1 *. County FLORIDA IN FBOBATB Alters, a eubdlvlalon! of UU. of out upon 3800 S. Tamlami Trail
the following County CoinmlsMoner .: line thence North Wal- RI Estate of Oelta Louise Rhoad Section 1. SWIG of Bectlou aa. NK First National removal, fill them with water
. District lines a* described ton-Okaaloosa County nJ.O: the Ruckel, CBJUMTOB3l d.All U of Section as and NWU of See Bank and the fingers will fall
DISTRICT NO. II I beginning. NOTICE TO tlon BT lying North of Htate Road l into back I Sarasota Florida
Commence In the NE corner of DISTRICT NO. A: touts eredltora Rhoad of the estate of Cella No. 1 (IB.._.Highway. No. 50)>)> tp. place.
Section 4. Township 3 North. Range All that part of Walton County lye Ruckel. deceased are =
18 West for point of beginning, ru.ithecce ing South of the following described hereby notified and required to file -- -
Houth to the NE corner of line: Commence at the point where any claims or demand which: they
Section 4, Township 2 North, Range the North line of Section: .. Town ethos may have apI.ne'.let estate In the
18 West thence East to Chocvuwhatchee ship 1 Sout.h, Rang. n Wen Intersects .. VOUat of'. Uw .County Judge of Walton
River thence South along the Walton-OksbOOsS Count Da ) Spriag.In. Orb courthouse at
tua ChoctawhatchecHlver to the line, thence run East to the pointv within six
noln- were the north line of Sec .. .. the North line of Section 8. calendar first month from the date of the
tion .. Township 1 North, Rang Township 1 North, Range 18 West claim: publication or damsknd of tbla, notice. Each
1O West, and the Clioctawhatcrie* Intersect the T-alton-wa hln ton ,end jnust. .must be in wrltng
state the
I, River intersects thence Wemt to theNB Count line and Place or reedenc
post-office address of
corner of Section 1. Township Dosed of County Ooonjnlloner and the claimant
must be awom to by the
1 South. Ranr 19 West thence Walton County. Florida
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claimant baa
baa
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attorney.r
North to the NE corner of Section By Kyle Laird. Chairman
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1. Township 3 North. Range 10, Attest:
Bast to the point of f Leo Andrew '*"MT, MIIII '.
West thence
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beginning Clerk !!! "': .._Ruckela nWI G"A wAr geared ,
DISTRICT NO.2: 4t: Dec. 10. ..71N -. ecu= & t ,
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vena .. can
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lying North of the following line TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND TOR opener :
Commence at the point where the WALTON 'T'N FLORIDA, PInt publleatfontonNDeoember 1', 1563. ice crusher
South line of Section 18 TownshipA < IN A 811 Ott Dec. .I Jan. 5 t tJ
North' Range 21 Went. tnt..r..pctat11e JAMES SONNY SMITH.
Walton-Okaloosa County line, PWhtilf. IN THE COURT Of THE COUNTY n
run thence East to the NE cornerof V9. JUDGE IN AND FOR .-
Section 19. Township. S North. REDECCA B. SlOTH WALTON COUNTY' FLORIDA o'
Range 20 West thence South: to Defendant. In rte: J
the NB comer of Section, 6, Townechip NOTICE TO DEFEND GUARDIANSHIP OF: $
4 North Range 20. West, On or before Monc1ab the 13th day Barbara A. Randolph, Earl F.
thence East to the point where the of January.inltt defendant.Reberca Randolph Donald O. Luster It's geared for smooth,
North line, of Section 4. Township B. 1* required to ajipr Dennis W. Luster Debra O. Luster ffffffffff.TBF
4 North, Range 18 West intersects In this suit and serr* upon B. O.d' Pa*- Charts r. Luster Dwight Ken as/ cutting and
Viral ton-Hoi me.* County line. : lre'hl: plaintiff:* attorney, whose Luster and Brtget V. Carpenter xtra-long Ufo
DISTRICT NO.3: P O. Box :378. Oenera Alabama Minor.. :
Commence) at the NK' comer of and file with the Clerk bi said NOTICE STOOL
Section! 4, Township 4 North. Pence Court her written defense or answer to IN THE: NAME OF THE STATE OF The new Cocco f..", $24'with
20 West lor point of be(lnnln the Bill of Complaint filed again her FLORIDA TO step stool
run thence East. to trm NE corner herein praying for a dlTorce.This : the smart hourglass de W'.Ien.
of Section! 4. Townnhlp 4 North. order Is to be published one Charlie You are Lee hereby Luster notified that a petition . The iwlngsway *tep* SW/RG./ .' ) porlable' 1jti,'
Range!'!: 18 West, thence South to tAdi week for four consecutive week for letter* of guardianship hs* been
the NE corner of Section 4. Town In the DeFunlak" Herald a newspaper in the are bertadedfor.dd
cause
chip 3 North Range 18 Went.. thence published In said Walton County>> FlorWltness above filed In named tbe above Court styled and your residence lafetjr. Sturdy chrome can opener
to the NE of Section .
Went corner
official seal. is alleged therein a* being unknown trams Choice of handsome
1. Township 3 North. Ri nn19! my band and
West thence South to the NP! c"'''. this 11th day of December.! IIMI3. and you are plead file' other defense -- decorator colors Crush** .fee. "bttr, "
ner of Section 1. Townthttt/ 1 North B. LEO ANDREWS(8eal fled to answer or fader n
I herein with the - otter.Choe : :
said 8 From
petition PORTABLE
to !
our new .
Ran!'!:. 10 Went, thence West to the ( ) WaltonoCounty.lpioOaHy of Walton County Floe
Judge
NE corner of Section 3. Township 1 County
thereof on the 12.95 f fin
North Range 19 Went, thence. : lira Adklnson D. O Ida. and serve a copy before *> *> or LIGHTING CENTER
North' to the NEcorner of Section 4t: Dec. 19. 28, Jan. 2.: 0 attorney for petitioner on or course Is. . I

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VOLUME 73-PUBLISHED EVERY TfltfllSDAY ELY aBRII f3>Z FLoRIDA THURSDAY. JANUARY 2, 1964

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I TABLERITE FRESH PORKPicnics
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More People Than Ever :.

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have that IGA means complete -
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already paid i a visit+t to our store, w#
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urge you to come In today.Give us the
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Make'1964
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a savings-year . you'll be glad _
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; PorlcRibs 113 49c


TABLERITE SLICEDBACON


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InstantCOFFEE ToiletTISSUE

I I I FOOD PORK STEAK OR CHOP CREOLE!! -
Wipe 4 to 6 TableRite Pork Steaks or Chops with t damp: cloth. C
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I JJ/ "[/( generously on'both with mixture of salt, pepper,and a
\ / Lf ;; *P bit of poultry seasoning.Brown on both sides In shallow amount 4 Roll Pk.
I I of TableRite'Oil. Place I garlic-rubbed and greased casserole Jar
\ PORK STEAK or baking dish. Cover with one medium onion and one green 'I 19
OR CHOP pepper, both thinly sliced. Add one No.2 can IGA Tomatoes, 10 Oz.. 2 3'' t;
crushed.Cover and bake In 375'F oven till thoroughly cooked, -
CREOLE about bread.1 hour. Accompany with fluffy rice, salad, and crusty LB. -

SUN AIDAPPLE IGA ROUND WHITE
JEILY 2 LB. JAR 29c21c

OAK HILL Fish Sticks Potatoes

PEACHESCOOKING E 2 1-2 CAN .,. 16 oz. Pk?. \ '

PAL OIL JUG. 89c 591- x 10 Lb. Bag

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ROBIN HOOD ...' _
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Sunday-Friday-7:00 A.M.-6:30 P.M: RIGHT TO LIMIT RESERVED LIVE OAK ST.
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