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 9, 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: VID00210
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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River Island Sees Good Year v I RATRY 'DFF LoR 1D ,

Sold To Veneer Co. 'Ahead In Florida # Y 1


Swampy East, River Island In Steadily rising'i i employment %e DEF PKYF ERAI

Southwestern Washington: County during 1963 forecast a bright 1964.

has just figured in a 5,723.59acreland State Industrial Com mission i i

transaction. Chairman Worley Brown pre-
Most of the land In the trans dicted today In a year end re- "

action is in Washington County- view.! FL0
OF 1
some 3.921 acres being on the Brown forsees almost two anda "'wI

island Itself-with the remainder half million nonfarm employedIn

being in nearby Bay and Walton 1970 in contrast to 1963's average -

Counties. of 1,409,100.

Making the purchase were Mr. "The steady year by year upward -

and Mrs. Keith T. Jones of My climb of Florida's popula VOLUME I'UIILISIIED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA JANUARY 9. 19018HOUPPE 1Z Nut he 5

rtle Beach, S. C. The purchase included tion and business developmentmakes -
748 acres in adjoining Bay a forecast of almost two I HOWELL The Walton County

and 1,002 in adjacent Walton and a half million nonfarm '. Astronomical Club March of Dimes G

County. workers on the Job in 1970 a '
East River Island, southwest of pretty safe assumption. Some t ... I The Walton county Astronomical _

Ebro is said to contain consider- experts see a total Florida popula- ....... Club met at the home of
able timber that had been passed tion of close to eight million and .- ,'; Wayne Wooten on Friday night

over in earlier logging operations that places the nonfarm employ- All members were present. Pre-
because of inaccessibility. ment figures within I reach." sident Randy Baldwin broughthis Gets Under Way In CountyCommissioners

Reports that the new owners Brown said. new six Inch'reflector.. Bill

are contemplating some timber Every month of 1963 showeda ::, Martinec brought his refractor
.
operations, including possibly I gain over the correspondingmonth i, 4w.. giving us two reflectors and one -

pulpwood, lumber and veneer for 1962 Brown reported.And 4. refractor for use and compari- Take Livestock MarketTo The annual March of Dimes

cuttings, could not be immediately at the year's end 1963 hadan '.) sons.After Bids For Materials Open Jan. 23 Drive is getting under way with
confirmed.The outdoors stargazing ,
annual average of 1,409,100 l.. enjoying an much of the organization and

transaction was the secondof compared to 1,382,600. ,I party we moved inside Supplies for YearThe planning practicallyy complete.The .
exceptional size reported here The unemployment: figures for for our business meeting. We discussed Plans have been completed people of Walton county

in recent weeks. The other one the year also showed well for the our observations of the Board of County Commis- for opening the Wal- have always supported this I r

r' involved the sale of 17,407 acres future. Early year end estimatesput December 30 lunar eclipse, com- sioners met in special; !session and ton County Livestock Mar- cause whole heartedly. There are

in Washington, Holmes and Wal- the average for 1963 at approximately 4 parin gour notes and drawings.The accepted bids on materials and ket on January 23. The several reasons for this. There is

ton counties. 107,400 compared to group 'happily devouredthe supplies to be purchased duringthe barbecue scheduled for the very little of the money that goes

Sold by Gulf Woodlands Trusts 115.000 for 1962. 1, delicious rfefreshments made coming year. opening day has been cancelled to salary and other administrative -

were 6,427 acres in Washington Total Florida unemployment hit and furnished by honorary mem The low bid for furnishing cre- with the formal expense.

county. 8,470 acres in Walton a three year monthly low in ber. Fay q ikerson. Indoor osoted bridge lumber was from opening and barbecue to be The people gave, research was

county and 2,510 acres in Hol- October of 93,000," Brown said. games were enjoyed after refresh- West Florida Farmers Cooperative held at a later date. This carried out. polio vaccine: : dis-

m s. And since June the number of PLANS SENATE RACE ments. of this place, and ranged will be after the market covered and we saw the resultsof

Buyers were Harris W. Stewartof jobless has been consistently Our next meeting is plannedfor from $3.00 each for a 2" by 8" by has been running for sev- our efforts. We have come a

Greensboro, Ala., E. F. Hild- lower than for the correspondingmonth the night of January 17 at 14 feet long to $11.75 for 8" by 8" eral weeks. long way, but with arthritis and
reth of Eutaw. Ala., and Gordon in 1962. Shouppe Howell Says the horn of Eugene Ray. Wo by 14 feet long. Announcement will be birth defects still to cope with, I

Rosen of Tuscaloosa Ala., and Brown said unemployment will He Plans Race For hope that Eugene's new teles- West Florida Cooperative won made of the formal openingat I know every'child, mother, father

Tuscaloosa Enterprises of Tusca probably continue to recede until cope will have arrived by that the bid for creosotcd bridge pil. a later date. relative and friend will want to

loosa. next summer.A State Senate Post lime. ing with a price of 60 cents a All plans are completefor continue to contribute to the .
The island is a low-lying timbered further indication of rising We cordially invite persons foot for piling 8" to 10" butt and the first sale on Janu March of Dimes.

.. tract created by a changing employment in the State was the Holmes county School Supt. seriously Interested in astronomyto 75 cents a foot for piling 10" to ary 23. and each Thursday Many people have already

Choctawhatchee: River water increased number of Job place- Shouppe Howell said Tuesdaythat contact one of our members 12" butt. thereafter.Tfon. agreed to donate their services

course. ments made by the State Em- he plans to be a candidatefor at Paxton or Walton high schools, There were no bids submitted and time and we will need many

Washington County News ployment Service. Florida's Third District State or come to the next meeting. on rought oak bridge lumber. more.

During the twelve-month perIod Senate post in the Democratic -Eugene Ray, Secretary ARMCO Steel Corp., was Prescott Writes One of the key activities of

Business Up At through October. Brown said, primaries next spring. awarded the bid on Galvanized County Commission this drive is the Mother's Marchto

the Employment Service had The district is composed of Will. metal pipe in a wide range of be held the last of January.Mrs. .
Florida SeaportsFlorida's placed 261,421 Floridian in Jobsor ton, Holmes and Washington Aliens Must Report sizes, and grade and the Nartin Alex Caswell is chairmanof

21,000 over the previous 12- counties. address during: Month Marietta Corp. was awarded the I P"p. JHIIIe II. Prescott hands this drive in DeFuniak. We
months. A native us a copy:: of :a letter dated Monday will need the services of many
leading seaportshandled of Holmes county, bid for plain and reinforced con-
Brown pointed to a of this week, written to the mothers so please help us in the
more valuable Imports However, lowell is the son of Mr. and District: Director Edward P. crete pipe in a numbe of sizes.
pod exports during the first six dark spot in the bright employment Mrs. Alto Howell of Bonifay.He Ahrens of' the Immigration and Leary & Owens Equipment Co. Board of County Commissioners, worthy cause.

months of this year although the picture. is a graduate of Holmes Naturalization Service stated that Mobile, was Riven the contractfor relative to the plan he suggested In addition to the local De

tonnage was less than in the like Many people In the State and county high school, where he the annual alien address $grader blades at a bid of some time ago about a distribu Funiak organization we 'are asking

period of 198%. the Florida State Nation are trapped without train was class valedictorian.He report $103 per foot for 6" x 4" x tion plan for surplus food to the the mothers in the commu-
amid the complexities of program usually causes a sharp needy of the county. nities of the entire county to
Chamber of Commerce pointed ing later graduated with honors rise 12 feet in quantities of 50.
in the number of
out In its Weekly Business Review modern technology," Brown ex- from the University of Florida, tions for naturalization.The applica- Gulf Oil Corp. was given the The letter follows: conduct a Mother's March in
Board of Commissioners
plained. where he received Bachelor of bid gasoline at of County their on area.
released yesterday. a on a price
'' to alleviate this bad law requires all aliens in Walton County Florida Mrs. Virginia Clark is chairman
In order -
the
in
'One factor involved Education Degree in English and 1905 per gallon including: tax.
higher value of foreign trade is situation as much as possible we mathematics. He received his the United States with few exceptions Sinclair Refining Co. won the DeFuniak Springs Fla. of this Mother's March in

the gradual development of a are cooperating under the Na- Master's Degree In School Ad- to report their addresses No. 2 diesel fuel bid with a priceof Gentlemen: Paxton New Harmony, Mossy
tional Mbnpower Developmentand each January. Throughout the "You will recall that on Oct Head Liberty, Gaskin, Darlington -
Florida market for better-grade ministration and Supervision from 11.78 per gallon
with United States, almost thirty 22 1963 I wrote to the Boardof Glendale
Training Act of 1962 per- Argyle Valley
Fisher
foreign-made goods. The tonnage Florida State University in 1962. Hardware Co., was
the cent more applications for naturalization Commissioners, asking View. Red
Federal agencies, County Bay, Indian Creek
drop is partly due to a work several Howell taught nearly eight given the contract for nalli; Sin-
State Department of Education, are received during that they Institute a program of Pleasant Ridge, Freeport, Port-
stoppage and to last season's short years at Holmes county high clair Refining Co. for premium
the the months of January, Februaryand distribution of surplus food com land, Basin
and local school boards in Bay 0 u, Choctaw
citrus crop", the trade body said. school before being elected Sup- motor oil; Gulf Oil Corp. for
almost two thousand March than are received dur- modities to the needy people of Beach and the Gulf Beaches.
of
I Waterborne imports from foreign training erintendent In 1956. He was re- chassis lubricant, ond Sinclair for
and able unemployed in ing other months. Mr. Ahrens attributes Walton County This schools in the county will
countries into Florida came willing elected in 1960 to a term that transmission grerme.
: this sudden rise to the "As will also recall I take in the
the was part drive. Dwan
in you
the first seven metropolitan areas will Fisher! Ilardare Co. awarded
to 3,135,650 tons during expire at the end of this was I
Address Report Program. In attendance at the regular Bishop Is the chairman of this
half of this year down 1 per cent State. year. I v> lens. not required to make the contract for fibre core and meeting of the County Commis March of Dimes for all the schools
value of these imports The almJiLtQget'thesetpeopleself 'The- Sff-year-old: Howell who steel core steel cable in various
fscsn 1982. The '
I supporting again. this 'report' are diplomats., those sizes. sioners in November at which of the county. Students will be /
totaled $143,200,000, up almost If from a family of 10 children;
accredited to certain International time committeeto given coin folders
appointed a to home
trained in such you carry
cent. They are being coached basketball at Holmes All bids accepted were the low
2 per skills clerks, organizations and those who have study this proposal. As of this I.and return at times designated
needed as bid for the Item.
of goods, both originating locally county high school during the
"Export entered temporarily as agricul- date I have had no further word by the school principal.The .
in Florida and in other states, waitresses, typists auto mechanics time he taught at the school. He The Commissioners will not
I tural laborers. of a report of this committee, students of Walton high
state's secretaries seamstresses earned his Master's Degree at hold their regular meeting on
the seaports -
through
moving skills. I Forms for making the reports even all to whether or not .school and Walton junior high
tons and several specialized FSU by attending night classes Tuesday, January 14, postponing
amounted to 2,679,000
under
will be available Is functioning. the
to aliens at all I II chairmanship of Mil
operating or i it until the ) committee
37 classes of five following day as they 01'1
worth $123,700- There are ever a period years.
(don 2 per cent) I Post Offices and offices of the you know, the need Is ton Smith, are planning several
scheduled to begin soon. of board I will be In attendance at a bid-
He is member the
cent. a
of 5
000, a gain per Immigration and Naturalization pressing and I know that fund raising activities, Including
the industrial accident of directors of the School letting meeting that day
for the On Superintendents' -
reports road
"Advance said massive anti- Service during the month of Jan people of_ Walton County! are desirous blocks.:, __
this Brown a Association and a h
following June year front
months uary. of having this program<< ttaaio station WDSP will provide -
show considerable improvement. accident program 19-Safety-3, charge lay leader and certified instituted: for this county. Since space for coffee hours r

Current high activity in the state's with labor, management Insur- lay speaker in the Methodist Film Library Serves Beverage Agents our last correspondence and hope many will be arranged during -

ports gives strong indication that ance and government participating church. His wife is the former Three-County AreaA Report One WhiskeyStill meeting I have discussed this this month of January. Mothers -

all 1963 totals will be well above reduced disabling injuries by Miss Murl Bush of Bonifay. They with many people throughout In the other communities will

1982 when final reports are more than twelve .hundred during have two children. Bill 11, and newly.created film libraryIn Destroyed HereAn the county, and most of them : alpo arrange coffee hours.

avaiable. the most current five-month re- Michelle 8. Crestview-serving Okaloosa, feel that their tax money could The officials and employees of

porting period. A tail gnner on a B-17 bomber Santa Rosa and Walton countiesis average of one moonshine not be spent In a better way." he Coca Cola Bottling company

$3.00 Permit. Not The Florida safety campaignhas during World War II, Howell receiving this week :55 filmson whiskey still per day was destroyed Respectfully yours, have agreed to place collection

Required For Dove been adopted worldwide by took part in 32 missions over permanent loan from, the Flor- In Florida during Novem- James 1C. Prescott containers in most of the business

Field the International Assoctlon: of Germany receiving the Air Medal ida Institute for Continuing Uni- ber, and 220 persons were arrested establishments in Walton county.
Hunts in Mooney Accident Boards and Commissions with Five Clusters ETO Opera- Studies FICUS for beverage law viola- Harry Wallace and other employees -
versity ( ), I
requirementto for 19-Safety-4. tions and Good Conduct Medals.He The films are for use in public tions, according to Richard B. Charm and Fashion at REA Office, and Rube
The $3.00 permit And Brown warned 'Based on was discharged from the ser Keating, State Beverage Director. Sanford and his office staff of
schools throughout the three-
hunt doves on the Mooney been steadily rising employment, Floridians vice as a Staff Sergeant.He under the directionof Beverage agent, assisted by Clinic Sponsored By the Peoples Water Service are
Field In Walton county has look to the New Year is listed in the 1962 editionof county area sheriff's
officers
remainder of the can Mrs. Addle Lewis, coordinatorfor deputies, police Third Grade RoomsLee assisting in the individual mail- P
lifted for the but we have to Marquis' Who's Who in the and federal
to R. W Murray with optimism, the Okaloosa county schools. agents, destroyed 16- hug nvelopcs. I hope every person -
season according remember that the chances for South and Southwest and has 244 gallons of fermenting mash will have a part In this
Game The regional film library is one Revell will be here on
,.dove field coordinator. accidental death and injury increase been a counselor at the American and 847 gallons of illegal whiskey I March of Dimes by making a
in Florida. teach
of 12 to
17
15 16 a
January, ,
,md Fresh by the thousands as the Legion Boy's State for the past during the 30-day period. ontrlbution.
hunting The films were especially general self-Improvement course.
sion. Only the regular figures move upward two years. seized 12 vehicles used
employment: Agents In contributing make check to
chosen for the library In this The[ will include many
license will be required. will have. to redouble In moonshine rackkets made 69 course
and we ; Walton county March of Dimes
of birds on legion at a recent meeting in phases of selfImprovement.The .
"There are. plenty our efforts in 18-Safety-4 Service Officer In arrests for moonshine activity and' mail to Howard Cawthon
Murray "and Gainesville when representativesfrom first part will be poise
said I
the field, to reduce the devastating and 157 arrests for other beverage icasurer of the
should be good" :If we are Court Next Week the 12 areas took turns and self-confidence, which will March of Dimesor
hooting field located north of De, i human and economic: effectsof selecting titles front the list of law violations, Keating re- Include posture and correct body Roy Hobbs Chairman of
The accident i
industrial
Springs, will be open on the Veterans of Walton county who 672 films which FICUS made ported. alignment and how to relieve ten- March of Dimes. DeFuniak I
Funiak "
Beverage agents filed 128 administrative Springs Fla.
scourge. ,
Saturdays need assistance in obtaining available to them.
and
Thursdays 12. Shooting through] benefits under the GI Bill may The films were from a collection cases against alco- sion.The second part will be on the We are looking forward for a
January I holic beverage licenses the
from 12:00 noon to sunset. Th j Walton County receive guidance I from Jim I purchaased over a period of I during correct way of walking sitting most successful drive, and every-
be month and tho Director
daily bag limit Is 10 doves per Chamber of Commerce Weant. Assistant State Service years by the old Genera] Extension I civil imposed and standing and others phasesof ones contribution will be greatlyppreciated.
; Calendar penalties totaling $4,300.
Community Service Officer who ,will visit I Division of Florida forerunner modeling. .
hunter. this area next week for the purpose of FICUS when part of Its Counties yielding Illegal< moonshine The third part will be the -Roy Hobbs, County ChairmanMiss

and Mrs. John Flournoyand January S 9 Jan. 18 of helping veterans or their I function was to supply schools stills during November psychology of dress. This includes J
Mr. Garden were: Okaloosa, 1 Santa Rosa 1
I January S 0 Magnolia ; ;
children visited her parents dependents in filing claims for i with audio-visual materials for style versus fashion selecting Wanda
Walton, 1; Leon 2; Baker 2; Clay. Flournoy spent
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Drivers Club-7:00.Paxton: PTA-7KM: ). Compensation Benefits or solving Instruction. 11; Nassau 4; Union. 2; Osceola, 2; ho wardrobe according to Individual event days last week with her llEast
their Insurance problems. Dr. Myron Blee. director of choosing correct
type
Ala. the past : cousin Teresa
Brown in
Elba Crest-
in Jan. 13-Beta Sigma PhI730.: I Hillsborough, 1; Holmes, 3; Jackson -
During his visit in this area FICUS. made the films available accessories, and choice of color. view.
I : 1; Polk, 3; Okeechobee 1
WANTED: DISHWASHER AT Freeport Lions7:00.DeFuniak : Weant may be contacted at De- ,tj the regional libraries as a Lucie ; Health exercises will also be Rev. and Mrs.
St.
1; Columbia 2; and St.Johns. Harvey Bryantof
Uons-7OO.
Restaurant. Itchg Funiak Springs at the County means of accomplishing this service I Included in the course. This three-
Mom and Dad's PhI-8:00. 1. One additional still was Georgia<< spent the weekend .
14-Beta Sigma : l
Jan. Service Office Jan 13, at 3 P.M. on a local level while FICUS located and destroyed across the day course Is being sponsored by hero with friends.Weather .

POR SALE: 10 H.P. JOHNSON Kiwanis-12:15.: and at Freeport at the American concentrated on Its primary role state line of Georgia Keating ex- the third grade rooms of the
motor and 12 foot Carter boat. Paxton Eastern Star700.: Legion Home Jan. 16, at 1 P.M. of taking advanced undergraduateand plained. Maude S a un de rs Elementary

Mrs. Fred Baker, Dec. 26tf Chamber of Commerce Board- graduate level Instructionfrom i School to buy audio-visual materials Report }

6.00.Jan.: NOTICE the state's universities to for that grade.

__FOR RENT: FURN. APT. Sufficient 15Pilots12:00.Womens : offcampus centers throughout Walton Menus For further information call Date High Low Rain
for couple. Phone 6-4771. Club3:30.So. : The regular monthly meetingof Florida. 6-4321 0 6-461S after 3:30 p.m. December 31 53 33 1.54

Dec26chg Walton Llons-7:15.: the Board of County Commissioners Development of the local film JANUARY 14 19 New Year's Day :50 31 .04

: Camellia Garden Club10:00.Jan. of Walton county libraries came about largely Monday Baked beans and Among those from here atend- January 2 81 18

LOST: KEY RING WITH 6 or 16-Valley View PTA Florida is scheduled for S 9 a.m. through the efforts of James E. viennas hamburgers, cabbage, ing I the Gator Bowl game In 3 67 29

7 keys. Reward. Mrs. Raymond 7:00.Paxton: Wednesday, January 13th, 1964. I Harbin consultant on audiovisual carrot and tomato salad, banana Jacksonville Saturday were Clinton 4 61 46 .27 '

Loftin Loftin's Store or DeFun- Ruritan-7:00. By order of the Board of I education for the State Department and pineapple, cake with peanut Andrews and Glen Bishop. S'n 44 .07 s

iak Herald Office. tpd. Great Books Discusslon-7:30.: County Commissioners Walton i of Education. He also butter icing rolls milk.TueadayBlackeyed Vivian Clark and daughter of 6 62 42 1.75

West DeFuniak PTA-7OO.: county, Florida meeting in special .assisted the regional film librariesIn peas and Fort Walton Beach, spent the 7 65 41 .50

WHY NOT session on January 2nd 1964.E. obtaining funds through the wieners, chicken salad sandwiches weekend here with her parents, Forecast: Thursday mostly
Dr. and Mrs. Dick Wiess attended Leo Andrews, Clerkto National Defense Education Act escalloped Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacobs.Lt. .
Why not gather up your shoes tomatoes, spinach, Raymond cloudy and mild, occasional: : rain
that. are worn out and take themto the Gator Bowl game in the Board of County for the purchase of films In the peach half cornbread, milk. Colonel Helen Hennessy of erne showers likely during afternoon -

Austin Shoe Shop. At Austin's Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. Commission Walton areas of science: mathematics and Wednesday-Fried chicken (all) Kessler Field in Mississippi was with a high of 64 to 70

can get leather or rubber and Mrs. Bobby Dorsey of County Florida modem foreign languages. mashed potatoes and gravy En- gutst Sunday of Mr and Mrs. egrces. Variably winds 5-15
you and
Lake City. Fla.. and Mr.
whole V4 soles rubber or lea- gUsh peon fruits, Jello. rolls milk. Herman III note. sa.ph.Outlook Thursday night
or Mrs. Joel Dorsey formerly of SING AT CANEY CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Don Steele
Thursday Hamburgers, corn and rain
Friday, becoming
ther heels small -or large taps, ending -
women's lifts laces polish, Philadelphia where Mr. Dorsey visited the James Ogles and the dogs, lettuce and tomatoes, succotash FOR SALE 1n9 TWO-TONE partly cloudy and a little
and top Mr. Austin will recently received his dischargefrom Singing at Caney Creek church Moray Harrelis In Jacksonvilleover peach cobbler, cheese Impala Chevrolet, with radio, cooler with lowest temperatures
sacks dye.
all of business. the Navy and have returnedto Sunday. January 12. 1964 at 1:30: the weekend. strips, milk. heater. Very good condition clean in the 40's and high In the 60's.

appreciate will receive S your& H Green their new home in Chicago pjn. Everyone is Invited to come Wayne Austin a student at Friday-Turkey and rice, tuna- throughout. 03.00O actual miles- >ro'!> blity! of rain at any one 4
You Aus- were all visitors for the holidays and be with us. We have the Baptist Memorial Hospital in fIsh: salad sandwiches, cranberry Must sell as soon as possible. See I location is near 5 In 10 throughout -
with each purchase.
Stamps with their parents Mr. and Mrs. new books and we will be looking Jacksonville: was home for the salad green beans buttered carrots D. W. Todd. 1100 W. Guava Ave. Thursday, ith total rainfall

tin Shoe Shop Is located on 8th Cecil Dorsey here In DeFuniak for you and you and you! LEo holidays visiting his parents Mr. applesauce muffins, rolls or call TW 6-2171 before 6 .pjn. I amount average .05 to 1" for the
street behind the Gulf AppUance. Springs. Gill. and Mrs. W. A. Austin.
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Rev. Marvin Taylor

First Presbyteatan.; Church' .
Circle Drive-fiteltiniak 8pcv Tim
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Freeport Presbyterian Church' ,w '" ( %4. E. ? V
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: .t .. nor civilization can aurvi,'.. There whkh needs his moral and material "
Glendale Baptist Church ... : I are four aound renaona why every aupport. Plan to fa to church regularly
Bob Hollar, Pastor t,1iII'.r:'' '/ .1.. ..... .' person" should attend !eervirea regu- and read your Bible daily I <

Lime Stone Baptist church C 'eo .tt' .' p '

Rev. Cony Black, Pastor .,,,, Never has the future seemed more exciting . or more disturbing! Today wo dream of flights tofar stars; ,

New Harmony' Baptist Churel"> ,;,R about intelligent life on other planets. We look at our own earth with clear eyes, and discuss the possibility of world

Rev. Kenneth Klckllghter -F brotherhood, world government, world peace.

W.oak B,Grove Six, Pastor Baptist., Church Are these things going to happen? We don't know. But we do know that nothing is impossible.

Paxtou Baptist Church In fact, Jesus tells us that all things are possible with God. He wants us to understand that God is infinite ,

Rev. M. M. Harris power, as well as infinite love. The foolishness of men cannot affect God's plans for the universe, or His love for ,

Pleasant Rid** Baptist Church each one of us.Faith .
R... R. M. aTvDanlel
Pleasant is what we need . faith in the certainties upon which the Christian Church is founded. When we put t.
Grove Baptist Church
Rev. Malcom M. Harris : our lives in God's hands, there is no need to view, the future with doubt or dread. All will be well. ,

Red Bay Bapttet Church> .) '
Rev..T. R. Padgett Copyright JCaIeW AdwrtIabw 8frfalABbtbuTg.VPeetor *. .
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Rev. Ivan Martin c v

Caney. Creek Baptist CIa_ak Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursda Friday Saturday \ r\ '
Rev T. J.: AndersonClear Psalms Isaiah Matthew Matthew Mark Acts I Corinthians /
S 24:1.10: 65:6-13: 6:25-33 19:23-30: 8:20-29: 2:22-28 1:20-29: -. /
Springs Baptist Church -' .
R... J. I*. Hams -V55__ __ _


Liberty Rev.Darlington Aubrey Aeeesmhhr"rrMrt Todd eat Chureh Oe4 1o1w These Religious Messag es are Being Published- Each Week in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsored

J. W. SingletaryChildren's

by Following Interested Individuals and Business Establishments
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1maii>lj .at Ctoat
o W. A. WhUaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware
Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott .
Wen Knd: Ammm\r .< pe4 A QOOO HARDWARE STORE PLUMBING HEATING
Cary ZUchexd "IF IT BURNS OAS-CALL US"
Til LJVS/ OAK AVE. Piffffly wiggly A. B. Covell
f Cluster Sprlnca BaptUt Church i The ORIGINAL Self. >ServleeDajsley CONTRACTORComandcr Rivard Chevrolet
George W. Thomaeon, Paster FORD CAIN'S King & Co.
Furniture Co.
Mossy Head Baptist **Uttoi Standard Station Company
Floyd; Garrett, Pastor Funei-ml
OAS OILWASHING Peoples Water' Service Creel. Ford Co.
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Arule Baptist Mission GREASING Home
', Rev. >Lee King Company Blue) MotorEquipment MERGER COMANDER, ur.The DeFuniakChoctawhatchee Heralu

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Stanley Baptist Cburcn OF COASTAL FLORIDA Co.
, Rev. Harold R. Padgett Wear Store
Henry Koerber
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"MOVIES ARE BETTER Moore Furniture Csv.
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THE DeFUNIAK HERAL&[ they feftUre( TTST fcaw a* Bettorfry rf' ti; PleoXanT...._ .. i Ridge CISl D I IryT meeting"i: Geraldine: which; will Henderson be heldat 's

here, arid:tfieyaf last#limB Wt j4SMous of Mrs. Mrs
The homer, with our new present
club
rifextfbezT tSet at the
with THE BREEZE '
Combined it, and want fo make"us and live I members,
/I' cnange club house' /of our Christmas Bessie Spence and all and
DeFuniak Springs Florida just like they' do. party I So long from this.
. Mrs. J. I*. Shaw
Published Every Thursday' at = - 060"* TIt All business was' taken care of Rporter

DeFuniak Spring, Florida Is not possible to get too much comfort and new officers Installed. Then alJt'cpmmlflds
Completely Cover 'Walton County Trading Area we had a nice Christmas dinner CJI aZB
"l from the 30-day agricultural outlook pub- with haiT.and all the trimmings.We .
t; From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico lished by the Department of Commerce? for theh opened our gifts, ev hno.aOSCt

f Second-Class Postage Paid this part of Florida, Georgia and Alabama. eryone had an enjoyable; time: (
H. C. STORKS, Publisher 1D24-IDS3 The club members gave Mrs ,
Temperatures all during this month are ex- Clark a traveling bag which she : 666
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HOWARD STORRS, EdItor Publ1atrerSUBSC1UP1'ION pected to continue much below the sesonal seemed to enjoy very much. le

: normal, and the forecast predicts that a We adjourned until our Janu-;. ..

Walton and Adjoining Counties_$3.00 Per Yeax maximum of as1 much as 70 degrees is ex- '

Other '._P.50 Per Year pected to be reached dn only four or five State Bank No. 200
Now is the time
REPORT OF CONDITION OF "CAWTHON STATE BANK" OF I to take that Power LawnMower
"""" during the month. We can remember backto FUNIAK that served well last
" " " SPRINGS, IN THE' STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE you so summer
Bible Verse the time when winters\ here used to be CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 20,. 1963. by WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE v

t For his anger endureth but a moment; mild every now and then and are about to S ASSETS' Dollars Cts. and have it checked: and cleaned before ,
in his favor is life: weeping may endure fora around to the of thinking of Cash, balance! win other banks, and cash Stems in storing it for the winter. When you need !it

night, but joy cometh in the mornlng.- come way United process, ot.collection 782,94960 next spring it will be ready and raring to ,
those who say all the atomic blasts have States Government'obUg',' direct and authorized
Psalm 30:5 go. They are agents for Clinton p
: actually changed the weathr. guaranteed 2012,22030, y
and 11riggsStratton engines.At .
\ ---oOo Obligations of Spates+? and political subdivisions 9,975.00

At the mid hour of night, when stars are oOo Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including some time !during the year I am sure
Our New Year Resolution $169,949.1 securities of Federal agencies and
the occasion will arise when will
need
weeping, I fly This is the traditional period of thV) year! corporations not guaranteed by U. s.) 1 9,946.17 beautiful flowers for some you
To the lone vale we loved, when life shone Loans and discounts (including $ none overdrafts) 16,096.94 purpose. The
for making (and breaking, just a little! bit Sank premises owned $13,8'70.48. furniture and best place I can think of to obtain them is

warm in thine eye; later, in many instances) New Year "'tieeb fixtures $9,13906: 19,009.54 MCLEAN FLORIST, located 512 North 9th

And I think oft, if spirits can steal from lutiona/' Most of these are on the negative St. You can be sure they will do their utmost -

the regions of air and include pledges Total Assets 3,500,197.55 S to give you the most for your mone>..
side of the ledger, ;
LIABILITIES Call them next time
wilt you need flowers.
To revisit past scenes of dellglif) thou *
for what they are worth; to refrain from Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and

l41 come to me there certain actlvitl'.,supposedly inimical to the corporations 1,518,727.17 For a complete line of clothing for the
love is remembered even Time and savlngsdeposits of individuals,
And tell me our partnerships entire
general welfare and wellbeing.We and corporations 1,198,273.83 family I suggest you visit CARP'Son
in the sky! doubtles' nave' just as many bad Deposits of United States Government (including a regular basis. You will find the"values ,

L Then I sing the wild'song''it'once was rap habits we ougnt to get along! without as postal savings) 34,598.30 at this store really hard to beat. They offer ''
ture to hear Deposits of States-and political subdivisions 426787.34 savings on almost every item and you need
'When,our voices, commingling, breathedlike the next one, but what we decided for this Deposits of banks 9,730.41 only to compare their products with othersto
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year is to take a more positive approach, .I CerlWe4'abd"off' cheeks: etc. 7,886.10 find this out for yourself.
one in the ear;_ and make a certain amount of effort to do Total Depositor ., 3196003.15
r -And, as Echo far off through ttie1 vale my from other ,Totaal demand deposits '$1,878,169.81
'. sad orison rolls, some things instead of refraining Total time and""fn deposits $1,317.853.54 With those cold winter months ahead I

'- 'tis from the i. i Other liabilities 16,037.18 suggest you call WEST FLORIDA GAS CO.
I thin, 0 my love thy'voice '
; dIN dtfffe besftfchWany of us could Total Liabilities' 3,212,040.33 ,>. and have your appliances checked along
of souls
Kingdom CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
:. *> ail!! !" cuiMfleetfrwofcld. + be to make Capital;I with your gas tank to be sure you are ready
Common /
Faintly answering still the notes that once doV w : stock, total par value $100,000 100,000,00 for the cold weather.
dear.Thomas Moore tW tf tb b*:* l Httfe-Kinder' to all those :Surplus 100,000 S!. They are located on
were so 1 Undivided : Hwy. 90 East. You can: be sure your gas
' d *6ku' ftenltfes, of course, and all profits 88,157.22Total ":
-oOo a'f'CWftIid ". .rj' tank will be filled with regularity all
Just Who Is Prejudiced?' tht1 ':ltd'mgt dtfjf by*d*# as ew go about Capital Accounts 288,157.22 I : ,,,",, winter long.

1' Stewart Alsop, writing in last week's Sat- our b1Y9Iitl 1e.
about the Christ- Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts 3500197.55 WHEAT TIRE SERVICE offers
urday Evening Post, commented on the fact One of the fine things MEMORANDA a com-:

that one thing that will hurt Pres. Lyndon mas' spirit is the friendly spirit which does ,Assets pledged or asSlgWeif'to secure liabilities and plete Tirfe" Service to the people of this area.
They use dniy the most modern .
with most of us showinga for other notes and bills equipment , ,
Johnson in a campaign for re-election (he prevail for a time, purposes (including to serve you better. Hugh Wheat states e .
this rediscounted and securities sold with agreementto
will be' the Democratic little mote consideration to others at "You serve
aims. certain'y repurchase) 525,943-06 can the public better if you have
..n mi.,ee) will be his Southern accent, which time of the year. As this is one of the things' I, M. L. Cawthon, Jr.' Cashier, of the above-named bank, do good equipment" and good equipment he

:Mr. Alsop says will turn votes against him everybody enjoys about Christmas, why not I solemnly swear that this teport of condition is true and correct, to has. All work guaranteed.
continue this spirit I he best of my knowledge and belief.
make a little effort to
,in the North. Correct-Attest. M. L. Cawthon Jr.
He also makes the statement that the dis- on into the year. This will be one of the ]Howard! L. Cawthon, Albert L. Hill, Cathryn B. Cawthon Directors. For complete electronic ,service; I suggest
going to attemmpt to do. State of Florida, County of Walton ss: s ;
of Northerners for the South is not things we are z r ; Myou call RAINBOW ELECTRONICS INC.
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trust distrust of Wouldn't it be' nice' if all of us got in Sworn to and subscribed before me this .30 day of December, ;..f..r\ located_U. S. Hwy J f\O Tel. TW ,
I 'as 'deep and instinctive as the 1963, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of w ''6-1111. They
I Southerners for what he calls "damyank- the habit of being better to people. I his bank. < have over 10 years, experience and are wellS

------oOo----- ]May commission expires January 21, 1966. t qualified to serve you. They offer service
ees. The danger of steadily boosting federal Patricia Balkom, Notary Public to all makes and models TV Radio, Stereo,
What he apparently does not realize is the recent Tape, Recorders and Public Address Sytems.If .
1 spending was emphasized
:.that the harsher Northern accent grates national debt lim + I
the
I i heavily on Southern ears, but voters debate on increasing J- you are' looking for a truly fine res-

just here as are not so prejudiced as to vote no it. Rep. Herlong of this state pointed out r taurant I suggest you visit MOM: & DAD's :....fW.

qualified in other that "the place to economize is whew the au- RESTAURANT, 3 miles West ou U. S. 90. ,"';'
on a Northern candidate, thorization and appropriation bills* are"before They specialize in Italian Food but they also ?,:_

ways, merely on account of the peculiar us, not after the fact when toe bills I II u offer Delicious Steaks and Sea I<'ocld They ir" .:--=:'\
I honor
sounding way he talks. voted he said, "for those American Express and Carte Blanche ... 0' ; J
not
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I So while some Northerners have for years are in. I have highas Credit Cards. Try them I am sure you will !! :$ ,:f
limit
made this debt as be well-pleased.
that
career out of accusing the Southof things A > ," ,. >>( "
made a
vote
and I shall continue tq)
the fact of the matter is, as It S fe If !it
prejudice, fsyour b to
I'think
those things that are, or worry about seeing
:Mrx" Alsop's article showed, they are worse against' government expenditures. that all of your family' is properly dressed.
will result In, unnecessary in Shoes then
the
about it than we are. era first plae for you KO is
The main thing about it is, of course, that -y to l\IILLER'S..The Family Shoe Store. They
carry: a complete line
of shoes of the
OF THANKS ? very
DANLEY Miss B. Caswell of San Diego, CARD r first quality for all
MR. J. B. For that members of jour family
brother, John Danley of Gen- .
one and
grandchildren. The family of Mr. Rudolph invite you to come: in and just brouse
and 11
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Danley, age eva; around.
Mr. James Berry Hubert Bell, Mann David' wishes to expresswith
Pallbearers were:
59, of 303 North 5th St., died deepest appreciation the -
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Saturday morning enroute to a O.Curtis Norris Miller, J., I Folmer.. Whitehead and sympathy shown during! the'dhtli Special Girl HENRY KOERBER, celebrate: his 30th ," ,._ -
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of Mr. year. the start'w; .. ,
Rev. Taylor. ,.
Danley was a member of Comander Funeral Home was of Henry.Koerber's business endeavors in 'J. ..!.,

the Limestone native Baptist and lifelong church residence and- .In charge of arrangements. . in Your 'IAfe --- 1933, he has become one of the largest pro- W' ,
was a {
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of Walton county. He had 'Firstf+ atlonal'Insuranc Florida.cessors He-poultry has built in his the business entire state of ;'\ 0ii' j

been a a number heavy equipment of years. operatorfor Eaton Real Estate & A wide variety of the latest styles In engagement and to .the consumer only the highest by quality giving '\- ,. .

Funeral services were conducted InsuranceAgency Agency wedding ....... See oar selection before )you buy.
at 2:00: Monday from Convan-
der Chapel with the Rev. R. M. A l J8W'&NDS' Whatever
FOR your needs be in Hardware
McDaniel.and the Rev. Rlchafd RHODES JEWEIEHS( may -
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officiating ; Building Materials Appliances, House-
'.Burial followed in the:MafnbHsrCemetery. ,o AUTOMOBILE.NftMtftW . fl..r i1, wares Sporting Goods, and Paints the place
r \ftrfer' Mftt'S"fMt'p'kLTY ) 9th St. t DeFnnlak'' SpringsFla.. to go is FISHER' HARDWARE CO. They

Survivors included: his' wife, CASUALTY have served this trade area for over 38 years
Mrs. Ruth Danley of Del\tNk In i AItIHrGith"dit: e sA+ Wt t and' have a reputation for honesty and

Springs, five daughters: Mrs. rftr Location "", iNHtltlANC -'- :dependability (that would be hard to dupi-
Vonnie Hurley of Sedalia, Mo., 4S cate.:
Mrs. Rochell Stone King of Proc- InkW; Stanley'' ...

tor, W. Va., Mrs. Geraldine '-1"- f ....111 n Dnal I3tttka With the many new cars.. that RIVARD ,

Brackin of San Diego, Calif., Mrs. --, .. CHEVROLET CO. has been selling they

Jessie- B. Ward of. DeFunlak, and ''''......' ,- .. --- TAX ASSESSOR'SNOTICE nowhave an unusual selection of Quality t

O.K. Used Cars, that carry: the O.K. Guar- t....
antee for dependability. Stop by and take a .V'; ..'.
look: and if you are truly interested Ina t ":'
good used car I feel it.
sure :you will find "
., FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND something you like. .<,. -, f< a
I

PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's The law requires' at make "
you a You
1 t "c. ... ,, can get that new car financed at THE
full return of all property owned by '. 1 FIRST NATIONAL- BANK at the lowest

I you as of January 1;*'.1963, to the Tax : bank rates. You : also insurZ-

Aaeeeeer-- full, cash value and any .: ;?: :

other exemptions you may be en- FIRST NATIONAL BANK'

1' Rexall Drug titled to.Make. .. ';;t mighty friendly and anxious to serve you.


.... : 4 your returns from January The welcome news for the grocery shop- ,
per is that CASEY'S
j IGA DISCOUNT \
1,1964; through March 31, 1964. located 800 West Liveoak ave. : +\

can save them 15% to 20% discount on
The law requires that for home-
your food bUdJtet. As a member of the National 51FOODLINER.

," stead exemption your deed or con- IGA Organization they have the

advantage of buying power for hundreds
tract for title must be on record at
of stores
;\; Cosmetics Gif td All Occassion Cards throughout the country.
the time of claiming: exemptions.

Jt
HUBERT ADKINSONTax Visit SERVICE DRUG CO.. located on1':

'''. L I hone_TW 4-2281 Baldwin Ave. They specialize in .complete'
t : -.. F Assessor Prescription: Service. Careful attention is'
.: "I it I given to your prescription and you can bet'
".; DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA Walton County, Florida sure it is filled with she freshest of drugs.-:

j ,tiJ."!">, 11'-:, :-...,.....,....,,,,,",, ... -- TW Their 62851.telephone Call number them next is time TW '4-5911 you need or'?"

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MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET

THIS' IS:,A ONCE A YEAR:SALE JAN. 9TH THRU 18TH. . . .


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Choice of HOT or WARM wash' er'i\
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t ''s. j w >Bleach Dispenser o Automatic Rinse WA852:
3-level Water Saver Control,
Agent Dispenser Cold Water Wash
Famous Filter-Flo Washing Soak Cycle Porcelain! Tub and' now
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THURSDAY. JANUARY '19JM
yYOLUME. -PTJBLISHEiy IY EVfifilf 1 kt31iSPAY THE _lhe>JItJMfAJt''H1''',lltLBlI .11IIAe
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they realize rrer haw: ir Setterwy' of-' Hfe* Plui. iRld C1. ar>r sfSecOnV:which' will be heldat
HERALD
DeFUNIAK Henderson'shomer
THE here, and[ tliq afet jfasf#lim ljjnjlt j with
I j' Combined with THE BIIEBZK; it, and want ib make"us change and live club The house'club: rrfernbers"met:for our Christmas at th. Bessie Spence our and all members c4n"r -

DeFunlak Springs, Florida just like they; do. partY So long from this. -
Published Every Thursday'. at .. ... Oo" .i ... '.. All business was'' taken care of Rporter Mrs. J P ShawC&666

DeFunlak Springs, Florid* It is not possible to get too much comfort end new officer installed. Thenwe (]

.Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area from the 30-day agricultural outlook pub- with had ham a and nice all Christmas the trimmings.dinner I as aecammen

: From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico lished by the DePartment'' Commerce!' for We theh opened our Rifts, ev OS

; Second-Clau Postage Paid this part of Florida Georgia and Alabama. The eryone had an enjoyable time: (? %'
f club members ,
Mrs.
H. C. STORKS. 'Publisher 1924-1663 Temperatures all during this month are expected Clark a traveling. bag gave which she

'. HOWARD STORKS Editor Publisher to continue much below the sesona seemed to enjoy very much. z

;5, SUBSCRIPTION: normal, and the forecast predicts that a We adjourned until our Janu-

Walton and Adjoining Counties_$3.00 Per Year maximum of as1 much as 70 degrees is ex-

Other ._ --------------- --o $3.80 Per Year pected to be reached dn only four or five REPORT Of CONDITION OF "CAwTHON STATE State Bank BANK"No 200 OF Now is the time to take that I'oAvcr Lawn

" during the month. We can remember backto PUNIAK SPRINGS, IN THE" STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE I Mower that served you so well last summer
Bible Verse the time when winters\ here used to be CLOSE OP BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 20, 1983. by WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
\ For his anger endureth but a moment; mild every now and tKn and are 'about' to ASSETS Dollars CtsCash and have it checked and cleaned before'fi
In his favor is life: weeping may endure fora around to the of thinking of balanced win other banks; and cash items in storing it for the winter. When you need it
come way process of collection' 782,949.60
it will and
next spring be ready raring to
night but joy cometh' in the morninar. those who say all the atomic blasts have united States Government obligations, direct and go. They are authorized agents for Clinton ;
Psalm 30:5: the weathr. guaranteed' 2,012,220.30
actually changed and Briggs & Stratton engines.
\ oOo OBtfgfitlons> of Sf tes and political subdivisions 9,973.00
-----OOo Other bonds notes and debentures (Including At some time during the year I am sure .
when stars
At the mid hour of night are
Our New Year ResolutionThis $159,945.17 securities of Federal agencies and the occasion will arise when you will need
weeping I fly is the traditional period of the" year corporations not guaranteed by U. S.) 159,946.17 beautiful flowers for some purpose. The

To the lone vale we loved when life shone for making (and breaking just a little bit Bank Loans premises and discounts owned(including$13,870.48$ none, furniture overdrafts and) 516,096.941, %r w best place I can think of to obtain' them is

warm in thine eye; later in many instances) New Year: "reo-< fixtures 5139.06: 19,009.54 i MCLEAN FLORIST, located 512 North 9th
And I think oft, if spirits can steal from lutions. Most of these are on the' negative -> iI I St. You can be sure they will do their utmost .
the regions of air Total Assets 3500197.55: : to give you the most for your money.
side of the ledger, and include pledges; '"
LIABILITIES Call them next time you need, flowers.
To revisit past scenes',of'deHrfhfr thou wilt for what they' are worth5! ; to refrain" from Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and

come to me there: certain activities''supposedly inimical to' the corporations 1,518,727.17 For a complete line of clothing for the

. I And tell me our love is remembered even general welfare and wellbeing.We Time and, and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships entire family I suggest you visit CARP'S
ti in the sky! corporations 1,193,273.83 on a regular basis. You will find the 'values
bad
doubtles'havcr' just as many Deposit of United States Government (including
l Then I sing the wild song It1 once:was rapture along without as postal savings) 34,598.30 at this store really hard to beat. They offer f]
ought td get
habits wrf '
to hear Deposits of States and political subdivisions 426,787.34 savings on almost every item and you need \
breathed the next one, but what wef decide for thIS Deposits of banks 9,730.41 only to'compare their products with others
voices commingling,
:When our year is to take a more positive approach, Certified'lad officers' checks, etc. 7,886.10 I I to find this out for yourself.
t like one in the ear;_ make certain amount of effort' to do Total Deposits $3,196.0t)3.15) .
and
a
t ... the vale Totaal demand ) '
.And. as Echo far off through my deposits $1,878,169.61Total
sad orison:rolls, some things instead of refraining from other time and"savings deposits $1,317.833.54Other With those cold winter months ahead I
liabilities 16,037.18 suggest you call WEST FLORIDA GAS CO.
'::1, thin, O. my love! its thy voice from the Total Liabilities' 3,212,040.33 4 and have
appliances checked
cftfo old f.. best: tfimW*any of us'' could your along
of souls CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Kingdom with your gas tank to be sure you are ready
Faintly answering still the notes that once dofr #tr' W CMM ifeeifrwflftld be to make Capital:: : Common stock, total par value $$100,000/) 100,000.00 for the cold weather. They are located on

were so dear.Thomas Moor" t'W' eo iv Ii l ittfttr Winder to all those Surplus 100,000.00 > ate. Hwy. 90 East. You can be sure your gas
oOo" 'alfl&iillid' dlrtssdtnl!tili Mtfes, of course and all Undivided profits -. 88,157.22 ' tank will be filled with regularity all

*Just Who Is Prejudiced th'btiiV"1>.i 1111lbt dy by''dtV* as ew go about Total Capital Account 288,157.22 winter long.

,<' Alsop writing in last week's Saturday our* b'\r( tiffia.
Stewart Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts 3500197.55 WHEAT TIRE
SERVICE offers
about the Christ- a complete -
of the fine things
the fact One
commented on .
Evening Post MEMORANDA '
4 which does Tire. Service to the people of this area. ;'.
that one thing that will hurt Pres. Lyndon mas'spirit Is the friendly spirit Assets pledged or as ''lIWet!'to secure liabilities and They use' only the most modern equipment .... '
re-election (he prevail for a'time, with most of us showinga for other purposes (including notes and bills A
.:Johnson in a campaign for to serve you better. Hugh Wheat states
securities
rediscounted and sold with agreement
this
aimua,. certainly will be the Democratic little' more consideration to others at to repurchase) 525,943.08 "You can serve the public better if you have r ,
mi.ee) will be his Southern accent, which time of the year. As this is one of the things I, M. L. Cawthon Jr., Cashier, of the above-named bank do good equipment" and good equipment he ; ..'
Snc will turn votes against him everybody enjoys about Christmas, why not solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to'' has. All work guaranteed. ,
Mr. Alsop says : '
continue this spiriton the best of my knowledge and belief.
little effort to
: ,in the North. make a Correct-Attest. M. L. Cawthon, Jr. .
lie also makes the statement that the distrust into the year. This will be one of the Howard L. Cawthon, Albert IX Hill, Cathryn B. Cawthon Directors. r-V'- For complete electronic service I suggest

for the South is not things we are going to attemmpt to do.Wouldn't State of Florida, County of Walton ss: A you call RAINBOW ELECTRONICS, INC.
of Northerners if all of us got in Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30 day of December, J located U. S.
distrust of it be'nice ,, Hwy f 0, Tel. TW 61111. They
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the
i and I that I of
1 "deep and instinctive as 1963. hereby certify am not an officer or director -- < have
as "damyankees. the habit.of being better to people. this bank. over 10 years experience and are well
he calls .
what '
for '! qualified to
.Southerners -oOo- May commission expires January 21, 1968. ., serve you. They offer service
;. ." or steadily boosting federal Patricia Balkom, Notary Publict to all makes and models TV, Radio Stereo,
realize is The danger Tape Recorders and Public
does not Address Sytems.
apparently
' What he the recent
,
:\ : spending was emphasized ,by
;that: the harsher Northern accent grates debt lim t I
increasing the national If are'
you looking for
but vot- debate on r- a truly fine res-
I 'just as heavily on Southern ears to, vote no it. Rep. Herlong of this state pointed, out r taurant I suggest you visit MOM; & DAD's ,
ers here are not so prejudiced as that "the place to economize is when-the au- RESTAURANT, 3 miles West on U. S. 90.) :

on a Northern candidate qualified in other thorization and appropriation bills arT be- They specialize in Italian Food but they also '_ __
of the peculiar offer Delicious Steaks -,.
account and Sea FooJs.
merely on when the Mils They
ways not after the fact ,
fore us, honor American Express and Carte Blanche A
sounding way he talks. voted" he said, "tot those '*' ::' ;
not Credit Cards. ,
I Northerners have for years are in. I have Try them I am sure you will 11/\, ,;s}
So while some accusing the Southof things that made this debt limit as highas a be well-pleased. : J ''i".. ;
.made a career out of shall continue tq vote
I
and
prejudice, the fact of the matter is, as It fc, things that I. think are, or i l it is your job to worry about seeing
showed they are worse against those ; all of your family is
article t : properly dressed
ex-
Mr Alsop's government
will result in, unnecessary then the first place for is
than we are. you go
it
about main thing about it is, of course, that penditures.." !iJ1f ,The Family Shoe Store. They
The '
CARD OF THANKSThe a complete line of shoes of the very
MR. J. B. DANLEV Miss B. Caswell of San of Diego Geneva For that. . quality for all members of your family
Danley -
brother John invite
one family of Mr. Rudolph you to come in and just brouse
Ala., and 11 grandchildren. ;
.
Danley, age ; wishes to express
Mr. James Berry } Hubert Bell, Mann Davis"

Saturday 59, of 303 morning North enroute 5th St., to died a Curtis Pallbearers Miller were Folmer: White,and J. sympathy with deepest shown appreciation during the death!the Special Girl "" "; HENRY KOERBER, celebrate his 30th .. ...... ,.."
.. Whitehead
O. Norris, J. I year of business this
Since the =
local hospital.Mr. of Mr. Davis. year. start il: n
Danley was a member of Rev. Taylor. Funeral Home was ..' of Henry Koerber's business endeavors in {> -::'"
Baptist church and Coriander Your 'tif 1933, he has become of the '
Limestone one
the ,in charge of arrangements. in -- largest processors J '';.:
lifelong residence of "':
was a native and 'FirsC' r'ationalInsurance _poultry in the of Walton county. He had Florida. He has built his business by giving '

been a a number heavy equipment of years. operatorfor Eaton Real Estate & A wide variety of the latest styles in engagement and to .the consumer only the highest quality t'M

Funeral services were conducted Insnrsnee'Agenep' Agency wedding; Hags See oar selection before you buy.
at 2:00: Monday from Coman-
der Chapel with the Rev. R. M. A FOR I Whatever your needs may be in Hard-
McDaniel and the Rev. Richard" lid RHODES JEWELERS[ ware, Building Materials, Appliances House-
officiating.: t BONDS'RttkLTr> J iI: wares, Sporting
IfllliNPIlhlllgL Goods and Paints the place
'. : .n... AUTOMOBILE .
Burial followed In the Magnolia 9th St. v DeFunlak Sprints to is FISHER
Wf- _Jl&>S1'If t)1r"I ) i ; Fla. go HARDWARE CO. They
Cemetery. I + have served this trade for 38
Survivors Included his' wife, CASUALTY1tNWMflANC area over years
Mrs. Ruth Danley of DeFUnMk } In IFIttWlfite'slslbtl'i'" 1: and' have a reputation! for honesty and
Springs, five daughters: Mrs. I dependability that would be hard to dupi-
Vonnie Hurley of Sedalia, Mo., IBr Location-' ? cate. ,
Mrs. Rochell Stone King of Proc- Trsltth.Ater .
tor, W. Va., Mrs. Geraldine .... 1 I Ii I'RftlBaDk With the many new cars, that RIVARD
Brackin of San Diego Calif., Mrs. _.-.....-. i TAXASSESSOR'S CHEVROLET CO. has been selling they t

Jessie B. Ward of.!DeFunlak and '"",,- .. ...- ., now have an unusual selection of Quality "< I
I O.K. Used Cars that carry the O.K. Guarantee \kp
for dependability. Stop by and take a', r.
NOTICEThe look) and if you are truly interested in a' ".

good used car I feel sure you will find t.. . '
FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND' something you like. ,, ''f:< ,<

PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's : law,requires dial' yori make !' 'tr,
1 a You can get that new car financed at THE
r full return of all property1 owned by \ FIRST NATIONAL BANK at the lowest

I of January 1 1963 to the Tax bank rates. You can also purchase Insurance '
you as ,
-4' from
the
1I't agent of
choice
your thereby
Assessor' at, full cash value and any t saving additional money. You will) find the

t I other exemptions you may be en- people at TilE FIRST NATIONAL BANK''

' Rexall Drugs titled to.Make. ... ;,mighty friendly and anxious to serve you.

The welcome= news for the
your returns from January grocery shop. ..
per is that CASEY'S IGA DISCOUNT i
1, 1964;' through March 31, 1964. FOODLINER, located 800 West Liveoak ave. t.:" '.' !
can save them 15 to .
% 20 discount
% on
The law requires that for home- jour food budget. As a member of the National i It ,

stead exemption your deed or con- IGA Organization they have the \ ,j<

t tract for title must be on record at advantage of stores of buying power for hundreds ft '""
.... Cosmetics Gifts All Occassion Cards throughout the country. W:-- .Ft.: ....
): the time of claiming, exemptions

ti. HUBERT ADKINSONTax Visit SERVICE DRUG CO. located on'

: {:, Phone.TW 4.2281 Baldwin Ave. They specialize in ,complete:
,6. Inscription Service. Careful attention is'.
ik' F.. Assessor :; given to your prescription and you can be
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA Walton County, Florida sure it is filled with the freshest of drugs.'
,
Their telephone number is TW 4.5911 or*

+ II>:"" . ,. :.,:'- .'" .- - .. TW 6-2851. Call them next time you need
r'C, a prescription filled, or better still drop by.,'
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ALL OF OUR GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES HAVE BEEN REDUCED -..-. SOME AS MUCH AS $90.00. .

MONTHLY' PAYMENTS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET

. THIS' IS:A ONCE,A YEAR:SALE JAN.) 9TH THRU 18TH.SPECIAL ePush . .



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X:. washes all fabrics safely fo wash big lowla. *JB to 12 pounds, .
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o 2 Wash Speeds,2 Spin Speeds*
' r t 1 c 2 Wash Cycles PLUS THESE G-E QUALITY FEATURES
't 1 Choice of HOT or WARM wasH .F11ter-FJo Washstg Systsae. -Water .
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1 Agent IMnwnser Cold Water Wash
, Famous Fl It er-Flo Washing Soak Cycle Porcelain Tub and n OW
? w System Basket Available in White and Mix* 249.90Reg.
' cr-filateh Coko .
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Power Spray Rinse;Non 'k ,
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TOLt1.ME 73-PUBLISUEIA EVERY TTTtlllSTJAY DeFTJNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA \' ;. .: . THURSDAY JANUARY 9. 1964<< ,

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I tarts Campaign folks found 21,000 American housewives learn whether Social Social Security ';f'10 working Americans are I. Mr. and, Mrs. Mud Davis returned I to signal a breakdown. Officials)
To Identify Delinquent- homemakers who were not making Security taxes are due on wages Payments At Year's End covered by the program. Nine out to DecatwAla.. Sunday, said that this practice resulted in
) Household Employers proper returns for their employees now being paid and begin immediately of every J 10 children and their following a vacation in southern accidents when other cars tried
I I More than 682.000 men, women mothers can count on monthly Florida and DeFuniak Springs, to pass the signalling car on the
r With the mailing of several accodins to John V. to make proper reports and children In Florida were re- benefits when the family bread- Mr. Davis works with, the Inde- right, off the pavement.
hundred letters to housewives in Carey. District Manager.: "Most of for domestic employees. f//celving Social Security benefit winner dies. Nearly] 90 percent of pendent Life Insurance Companyand Require cars making left turns
the Panhandle area, the Panama ,these 'delinquents' were exposed If a household employee is paid payments at the end of 1963. the people reaching 65 in 1963 for many years resided here into four-lane highway to wind
City Social Security' district office I when their former employees $50 or more in a calendar quar- I These payments amounted to were eligible for benefits. with his family. up in the left lane of their side
todny:' began an all-out search made requests for retirement ter, Social Security taxes must be about 46 million a month, according The basic Idea of the Social Se- Rev. and Mrs. Davis Martin and of the highway.
for delinquent employers of payments Mr. Carey said. lie reported whether the employee to John V. Carey, District curity law is a simple one, Carey family of Montgomery, visited Mr. Make it illegal to open, the left
household< help. explained that in such cases the wants to be under Social Secur- Manager for the Social Security said. During working years em- and Mrs. M. Y. Martin and other hand doors of cars parked at the
The idea behind this effort Is employer is liable for both sharesof ity or not according. to Carey. Administration In Panama City. ployees, their employers, andselfemployed relatives] here last week. curbsido unless all traffic is clear.
to inform every, housewife in the the taxes that have not been lie urged any housewife in the "This represents an increase In people pay Social Require parking lights to be
area about her responsibility for paid over past years. The tax and area who needs advice about this the number of beneficiaries of Security taxes which go Into spe- New Traffic Laws turned on autos parked at the
reporting Social Security taxes on penalties that are exacted for not matter or help in making proper about 6 percent over the same cial funds. When earnings stop side of a highway at night out-
1 the wages paid to maids clean- reporting at the proper time can returns to call or visit the Pan- last year" he said. because the worker has retired, Now In AffectNew side city limits.
ing women, ironers and other be sizeable amounts. Carey sug- ama City Social Security Dis- I The Social Security programwas or died, or is disabled, paymentsare Require flares a- standard
f domestic! help. gested that rather than one large trict Office, 1135 Harrison Avenue 28 years old last August 14. made from the funds to replace traffic laws which went safety equipment on house; trail-
Last year the Social Security amounts at a later time, local telephone 7635331. In reviewing the growth of the part of the earnings the into effect Jan 1-require you ers, for use as danger signals in
I Carey noted that at the family has lost. Of
program course, em- to dim your headlights when cases Of breakdowns.
J close of 1940 the first year in ployers must report the earnings overtaking another car as well as Prohibit riding the
which monthly payments were of any and all employees and meeting one.Another . fenders
hood or top of vehicles using the
I made, only 2000,000 people In the self-employed people must pay law subjects you to a 'public jonils.
nation were receiving payments.In the self-employment tax if rightsto
long term in the state prison, Prohibit pedestrians
December 1963, over 19 mil- benefits are to exist. I bicycles
in
rather than a shorter term
and motor scooters with
Statement 01 Condition five
lion were on the Social Security "Many people have only a hazy county jail for leaving tho scene horsepower smaller
rolls. Benefit payments In idea of what or motors on
benefit to expect from of an auto accident in which a
CA'VTHON STATE BANK Florida during 1963 amounted to Social Security at death disabi- person was Injured. I limited interstate access oriel toll roads roads., such as
over a half billion dollars. lity, or retirement," said Carey, These are only two of the little
Many changes have been made In "and that's why we encourage
\ DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA known traffic 1 aws passed by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Olin Camp-
the program since its beginning folks to come see.us and get
the 1963 Legislature to take ef. .
bell. Jr, attended the
In 1937. Then only workers In firsthand information on' this Senior
December 31. 1963 feet Jan. 1 In an effort to rev- Bowl in Mobile Satur-
f and Industry were that 10 much to game on
\ commerce program means erse the steadily increasing num-
t I Resources covered. Now more than 9 out so many" ber of accidents, deaths and injuries day.Mrs.. L M. Flow visited relatives -
The Social Security office for in traffic.
in Pensacola
Cash and Due from Banks $ 756,719.13 this area is located at 1135 Har- A State Highway Patrol spokes- Tuesday Monday and

United States Securities 2,011,874.16 rison Avenue ,Janama City Fla. man said the new laws would be Mr. and Mrs. Bob MlcDonald
a County Municipal and Other Bonds 169,914.55 $2,938.507.84 We Would Like (telephone PO 3-5331)). enforced gradually, to give drivers and daughters of West Palm
% Loans and Discounts 623.954.20 more time to learn about Beach have been here visiting
.1 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 16997.92 To Be Your them. For a while, offenders will Mrs Lucille< McDonald and Jero-
\ be warned instead of. charges in
INSURANCEAGENT
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the' laws.
me.LEGAL
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$3J479.459.96 I Other new requirements which NOTICENOTICE
became effective Wednesday will:
INSURANCE. Prohibit all headlights other
. Liabilities Here are our qualifications than,White, with yellow foglights art Notice Coprland.Is hereby who given was that convicted I. Rob.In
.1 Capital Stock Experience? Since 1935 AGENCYDeFuniak permitted only if white head- the Circuit Court or WUton Counts
$100,000.00 lights also are on. Florida, at tho September term thereof
Surplus A. D. 1034 of the offense. of Receiving -
s 100,000.00
Dependable? We're avail-! Springs, Florida Prohibit. swinging off the pavement Stolen Qoocla, and sentenced
i .-. Undivided Profits 58,053.42 $ 258,053.42 able 24 hour basis 7 to pass other cars on the therefor to; S year, will apply for
on a clemency to the State
:J! Interest Collected but Not Earned 16J205.86 days a week. . right, such as sometimes occurs dons, Tallah........ Florida Board at it of* next Par-
.-,' : Deposits. 3,194.897.16 when a car Is waiting to make regular meetlnp .
Certified and Officers' Checks 10,227.34 Prompt Claim Service? Our REPRESENTING CAPITAL n left turn.Prohibits. ROBERT COPXLAND.Applicant
Other Liabilities 76.18 I specialty since the day our STOCK COMPANIES use of blinker lights Jan 9, 19. 1964
agency opened its doors for

': .. $3,479,459.96 business. Automobile Fin

Reasonable Rates? We've Windstorm Theft
searched the country for READ THIS
companies offering the Marine Compensation

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Collect MADE TO ORDER
Deliver and
Inspection and adjustments of any model hearing
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So you are ;''a sun lover?
'.. For what it Is worth Loans and Discounts
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might point out that. skin Overdrafts -
-.*Cktmttmpota Sport S".sad(eecftfrmiMO)I.....,.CenrrMM" ... 354.15
cancer is said to result from t Banking House \',
the accumulative effect of i I 25,125.07
64 Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet sunlight over a long period Furniture and Fixtures %..,:,y"' / .' 32,279.91
t I time. Fair-skinned people, of Stock Federal Reserve Bank *.
What does it take to make a car a great hlah'Vhat about special performance equipment course, are most susceptible United States Government Bonds 6,000.00

way performer ?: Professional driving skills Forget but even those gentlcally Other Bonds and Securities 1882381.58
i '; If the car happens to be a '64 Chevrolet them. seldom fall victim' for the ; 972,751.21
reason that excessive expo- Cash and Due from Banks .'
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one thine only. highway. Nobody has to doctor or coax or soup up 1,475,744.66
You'll find everything else already neatly these Chevrolet to get the beat out of them. sure to the sun Is simply too Other Assets __ 4.06" -

packaged for you-on the car exactly as you And that's really the test of a great high painful. ] .
pick: it off the showroom floor. way performer: Just about anyone can get a The' first sign of skin can- TOTAL : "" :- ...
cer is what the medical field : 6446726.89
There's ..
choice of engines all the
a seven kick out of driving one just about anywhere refers to as a keratosis a J -
way up to a twin-carb high-compression just as it comes out of the showroom. persistent scaly area on the ..,
42b hp V8*-and four transmissions, IncludNext time you're out your dealer's ;
way body which Is regularly exposed LIABILITIES '
; ing a finely honed 4-speed stick shift.' allow a few extra minutes to sample one of to sunlight. From this S ..
And underlying it all-a bump-ekimming these highway performers on your own.A few early sign the condition may Capital 50,000.00
Jet-smooth ride that helps keep are really all you'll need. That's progress to either of two Surplus
10 the performance great even when BZI. r enough time to do a lot of driving types of skin cancer basal Undivided Profits 150,000.00
the highways aren't so great. in a Chevrolet. -Optw-t.,"tlPe...tA cell carcinoma or squamouscell r 240,362.44

THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet a Chevelle Chevy U Corvalr CorvetteRivard cancer, the..more dangerous Reserve for Contingencies .._ 25.000.00-
type. Reserve for Taxes and Dividends '

-....--........-.............See......them---at-your.......Chevrolet.........-...Showroom...............--....----..-.-..... won't Sun have addict any, or cause not. ;you for I Reserve for Interest Collected Unearned 52,911.10'-17965.96
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... Chevrolet Company's prescription coun- Other Liabilities .,, ,-. 21.95
Co. ter. We abreast of the
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..!.OLWE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THE D.FUNIAK FlERALD-imEEZL': THURSDAY JANUARY 9. 1964Bpili

MRS. FANNIE LITTERH.U Pt. WashingtonAnd CASH FOR LATE MODEL caries- >M*. Florida. including non- VISM and legatees and any od w
'Buying for Eastern and Miami residents, owning; property or subject persons, firm., or corporation olaun--

I" SOCIAL ACTIVITIES I Mrs. Fannie Lltterell: age 86, The BeachesMr. Markets. If you have a Used car to taxation therein.SHOWDCAU Bnu. ether'.of through them ,or or claiming under them Interest or

of 207 Chaffin Ave.. died early I II to sell call James Hussey TE 6- ORDER RULE TO NISI : Florida In that, described property I in as Walton Lots 1 Count: ...

Monday morning December SO, W. A. Ilollcy was a patientin 2271 A. HI. till 3:30: P. M. U The above cause coming on to be Block '10, Town of Banta Rosa Walton
I heard upon the Petition County, Florida,
this day filed
Announce! ,at her residence. Lisenby hospital Panama City FOR SALE: WATER FRONT herein oy' the City of rx-Kum.K Sworn complaint having been filed
Marriage Camellia Garden Club I Mrs. Litterell as a native of all last week. Mrs. Holley spent lots and wooded Springs a municipality and political by the above-named plaintiffs In the
Sponsors in lots. On subdivision In the County of Walton above-entitied Court In the aoove-
Demonstration
: II Headland. Ala. but had residedin several days with his sister Mrs.
Choctawhatchee and State of Florida, entitled cause of
Bertha Bodlford I Bay, located on seeking to de- action entitling the
Mrs. Mary announced On Camellia ArrangementsThe Walton county for the past 40 ;Pete Alphaugh in Panama Cityto Okaloosa-Walton termlne the authority to issue Sewers plaintiffs to this notice you and each
today the marriage of I I to visit him county ins In .tevsnue Bonds, Series or 111II4. or said of you are hereby notified that a
be each
of the
She member near day.
was <
years. a j clt .
Villa Tasso. A C. Howe, Rt. 1 ) In the principal amount or mortgage foreclosure' suit has been
her daughter Vibra Joyce Dowl.: Camellia Garden Club will I Mrs. Tola Laramore of Jacksonville 4110,000 for the lied aualnst
Baldwin Ave. Baptist church. I I Box 299 Villa Tasso purpose of paying' the you In the above-named
ing to Ralph Davis Hcwett, the meet Wednesday January 15 in I Funeral services were conducted ; and her daughter, Mrs. Nicevllle, coat tem of or the extensions city' and to for the the sewer .1' I to Court iOI'roh.'I above-plaintiff lien- In the seeking above-

son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfice GIN the clubroom of the CocaColaplant at 2:00: P.M. Wednesday, Isabelle Bodain of Dublin, Ga., FOR RENT: SMALL 2BED. of retiring and refinancing previously purpose. described property and you are hereby

Hewett. at 1000) ajn. with a demonstration 1, 1964 from the Comander .1an'l spent a few days last week with ROOM unfurnished house. Fred Issued and of said outstanding city and revenue to determine obit.Katlona plaintiffs'notified 'and attorney required a to copy serve of upon your

The ceremony was performed, on camellia arrange- pel. with the Rev. J. C. I their relatives Mrs. Dell Infinger Baker. Dec26tf the legality of the proceedings had newer or written defenses.. If any, to

Sunday. December 29, during ments to be given by Mesdames and the Rev. Wilburn Cotton of- ',and Mr. and Mrs. Levi! McKin- and nectlon taxen with preliminary to and in con. 1he lie complaint the In of said cause and to
the matter of the original> such answer or
CLEAN uusnce
services of the DeFuniak Springs Segrest, Saunders and Howell all ficiating. r.ey. CARPETS WITH OUR of such revenue bonds in. written defenses with the Clerk of the)

Branch of the Church of Jesus of Bonifay. Burial followed in the Magnolia I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burlison attended Carpet Shampoocr FREE with hereof eluding .provisions. to both for the payment CircUit Ida. on Court or before of Walton the 14 County day of Flor.Feb-
Christ of Latter Day Saints by A luncheon) will be served to cemetery. the wedding of his niece purchase of Blue Lustre Sham- erest from the revenues principal of said and In. ruary JI 64.
1 tem and the t>roo_. ays-.. ThIs notice shall be published each,
and Elder Tar- is invited. The She received r. ***
EElde rBarclay which the public Survivors included her husband Miss Sue Kinsey. was mar- | JOE; WALLS BUSINESS MACHINES I a cigarette tax asset i rth"rn 'said week; for four consecutive. weeks In
Those wishing to Joe Utterell of DeFuniak ried to Mr. Mike Welch Saturday The DrFunlak Herald
water. chars of $2.00. Springs, Sales & Service. De- proceedings and seeking a decree In a weekly news
Following the ceremony an informal attend should call Mrs. Angus two sons: James Elbert White- afternoon, 4 o'clock in the West- 'Funiak. Fla. TW 6-4141. Free his tssuance Court of to said validate' revenue.and confirm bonds, the .Iorlda.paper published in Walton County

reception was given by the Andrews or Mrs Jack Potter for head of Pensacola and Dewey side Baptist church, Panama ,,estimates on repair also Free pick said. f11"011.now having' been and DONE.: AND ORDERED at DeFunlalr.8prlnjfa.
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Florida,
at her home. Janu- Whitehead of Denver Colo. Two *- Court and the Court this 7 day of Janu-
mother Monday
bride's reservations by City.Mrs. up and delivery. being' advised ary, 11104,
Mr. Hewett is presently on ary 13. daughters: Mrs. Lola Mae Nel- Attie Murphy Miss Pat JJ .IU"JL >' i"hrW&premises AND (Seal) E. Leo Andrew.

leave from the U. S. Navy son of Orlando, and Mrs. Louise Mundy and Misses Julia and JACK'S VENETIAN BLIND I DECREED that the Stats of Florida Clerk Walton Circuit Court
where the County
through Florid
state
he Is stationed aboard the Major and Mrs. Hal C. Rich- Moore of Burbank Calif. also Helen Strickland enjoyed a trip'![I Service Florala] Alabama. We offer First Judicial Circuit Attorney lie and or It the la Douglas M By Iva Adklnson D. C.

Kearsarge CVS 33 operating out ardson and two children, from survived. to Milton and Bagdad Sunday, 'I I I the very best service on repairing hereby there required before to this show cause If any Of Campbell Andrews 4c Andrews
Court the
of Loaf Beach, California. Washington were Christmas I Comander Funeral Home was Dec. 29th. | Venetian blinds. We install tn J"1 of January', 1964, at on 10:00: P. O. Boa 330DtPuntak
'* In charge of Garden Club will new tapes cords clock A."',. within hid Court Springs. Florida
guests of Mta jor Richardson arranagements. The Magnolia or clean and he Court House In DcFunlak I at Attorney for Plaintiffs",
Garden Club Held mother, Mrs. Hal Richardson.Staff I hold their regular monthly meeting -)'refinish I your' blinds for a sum Florida, why said revenue bonds Springs and, It: Jan It.!_16. 23. 30

First Meeting WednesdayThe Sgt. and Mrs. Paul Mir- MR. C. E. FRAGERSTROM Thursday evening January much less than the price of new I the not proceedings be validated Incident and thereto .should IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

ecle and son Tony, left Sundayp.m. 9th at the home of Mrs. Villa Cox, ones. Wo manufacture the finest I
DeFuniak Springs Garden for their new home In Azalea Mr. Charles Edward Frager- Seagrove Beach. in custom-made blinds and drapes. to ion and pursuant) to the laws said Petl- ROBERT PEN TEL. and BEATRICE

Club held Its first meeting of the Park area. 7021 Pender Way, strom age 38, of College Ave., Mrs. Crozzette Arbona and For a courteous salesman to call state of Florida: in Such case of made the PENTEL.: has wits

new year Wednesday, Jan. 8th. Orlando, Fla. Sgt. Miracle will be died January 5, in a local hos. daughter Miss Martha of Pensa- on you, call 84612. and IT pro"Idf'd.JtJ FURTHER ORDERED V8- Plaintiffs.VILLIAM .

Mrs. R. M. Sawyer, who is stationed there as he has Just re- pital.Mr. 'cola, accompanied by their cousin, FENCE -. -- DECREED that the Clerk of AND this A. HARREL8ON.A HARRELSON husband and MILDA
: and ,
wife
chairman of Conservation and turned from eleven months InMiracle Fragerstrom was a native Mrs. Estelle Cubbage of Lawton FENCE FENCE I to Court be and Order he '1:0 hereby required If living., 'and If dead their
Chain be I
Birds was in charge of the program South Viet Nam. Mrs. of Mobile Ala., but had residedIn : Okla., spent the weekend of Weave Also Link-Red Wood--Panel' The -ri:J1nk: Herald. .published 'nr legatees unknown and heirs any"and devisees alT'pireons.and

is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Rvsnd DeFunlak Springs for the past December 29th with their cousins, !]I Jim metal Car Ports. Callor prlnlla.U Fiod.h\n'duyc,f.nlsrfr* firms, or corporations claiming by,
two I see or Ruth McLean for through> or under
I them or eitherof
Guest speaker was Mr. .I, D. Arnold. years. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Infinger. The culatlon In said city of DeFuniak
Bennie our prices before them or claiming right
Wooten which means we havea Mrs. Neal Leach Funeral services were conducted ladies all went to Panama City buying. Rep. of three Sprr-gs once each week for at leastthe title and Interest In any the property

real treat in store for us. and The children have returned to at 10:00: a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, for the day Sunday to visit the Hurricane Fence Company. 8:8tf: .alda((3): consecutive day of January weeks 1964 prior, the to all In!Walton Lots S3 and 24.'. Florida Block ,09.described Town

Hostesses for the meeting were theirhome In York. S. C. afterand from th Comander Chapel with Chester Carters, brother of Mrs. tee of the Magnolia Garden club leaai first eighteen publication tie)thereof before to be st of Santa Rosa Walton County

)!1rs. H. L. Prescott Mrs. Ste lie visit with their parents. Mrs the Rev. W. O. Wilham officiat- Infinger. I I wishes to announce that the club date constitute, aria same Is hereby declared ald to Florida. Defendants,

preachers Mrs. W. I. Stinson, Mrs. Ralph Spence and C. ing.Burial Mrs. Eloise Williams and Mrs. will present a Fashion Show at owners, taxpayer notice' cltlaens of the and property others liam.,NOTICE A. Harrelnon TO DEFENDANTS Wil
followed at 2.00 P.M. In Anderson of Columbiana and Hilda A. Herrrlson. -
Mrs. M J.. McCracken and Mrs. U. Leach.Mrs. : Grace the Pt. Washington. School house having or in claiming any t, title or husband and wife. If livingand
the
p. B. Lumpkin. J. Wilson Bowers is spend- the Bay View Memorial Park Ala., spent several days last weekat I Thursday night, January\ 23rd, 8 interest said city or property If dead, their unknown heirs ."'-.
Cemetery in lhem"o; N\mmandlna and requiring' and legatees and and all ,
any
Nell Myers, Pu b.Chm. ing Vnis week In Pensacola with Pensacola. Mrs. Wiliams'} Seagrove Beach. o'clock. The public i is= cordially show cause. ,r any they h..". firms or corporations claiming persona bY
E. L. Bowers and family.Mrs. Survivors included his mother, home and visited with the Steve invited to attend Admission the.I Court any there: be. to said Court at through or under. them or either of
Huns
her son, Mrs. Violet at Ds runlak Wnrlhus, them, or claiming Interest In that
Miss Juanita Dumas of Troy Adrian Foote of Turne-vHto. Fragerstrom of De- Barretts. charge is $1.00. r'lot Kin. on an Ul 28th of January. property In Walton County. Florida
is spending the guest of Mr. and Funtak Springs, three brothers, The Ian Strlcklands spent New stirs ,.t "Idl hour QJ lOiSt: o clock A.NL: described as Lots :33 and 34. Block 69.
the
State College, Texas is F. J. Fagerstrom Jr. IN THE COUNTY Jl'IMIE wi y red lerritue bonds and the: Town of Bunts Rosa, Walton County
holidays here.Mr Hugh Adams and Mr. J. Richard M. Year Day with her father, Mr. IN AND FOR WALTON COURT P '-ftdinte( ; .. !. thereto should Florida.Court .
Mike Brunson Mrs. Fragerstrom and William B. Doughtie, and other relatives in 'OUNT'IIN hot bk v..I l iln.rtl' and confirmed by a Sworn complaint having' been tiled
Mis.
ond O. Taylor. Fri Fragerstrom. Three sisters Ala. RE: ESTATE UK M1LBRA elrfips ot this Court In conformity to by the plaintiffs: in the aove-entitled
Mrs.
returned Enterprise, They were accompanied -
end daughter, spent Mary Elliot MOORE!:, the pinvert furth In said Petition In the above-entitled cause of
her parents ChCrrstmasand, Miss visit with Mr. and I.. A. Dossett of Huntsville, Ala., by Mrs. Leonard Bal. NOTICE!: TO CREDITORS ni.cl numuniit. to the laws of the State action entitling I the plaintiffs. to thisnotice
here with day from a family of Mrs. B. Cieslinsi, of Jacksonville, ley. All creditor of the estate of Mil. ct 'l 1'lor.c.I..: Inub: case Rude and you and each of you are hereby
ward.1.iha
Mrs. JackMiss Morris. James Elliot and bra Moor, deceased, are hereby notl. pH notified that a mortgage foreclosure)
Chala Wambles of Tenn., Mrs. They enjoyed a Mrs. Mary Bonner and one Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Stoven Mr. fled and required to file any claim \ : AND ORDERED at DeFunlftk.; I suit. has been filed against you In the
Jacksonville. niece Miss Bonnie or demands which Rprlno> Florida, In the First Judicial I above-named Court by. the above
Bonner they have
both and Mrs. Joe Andrews and Mrs. may Circuit
Christmas: in De- to Miami. of the State of Florida' .
Teen. spent Year trip against said estate In the office of this named plaintiffs seeking to foreclose)
New Gieseke of Pensa of DeFuniak Springs also sur- Molly MkGee: all of Seagrove the County Judge of Walton County. S day' of January, IM4.I heir lien. In the above-described pro-
Funiak. Mr. Donald vived. Beach and brief vis- Florida. In the Courthouiw at DePu hoe. D Uuasley perty and you are hereby notified and!
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McCul- cola, was business visitor here Tonya were lak Springs. Florida within six Ji' Ala., spent sev- itors in Pt. Washington New calendar months from the date pf the of Judicial record for the plaintiffs a copy of
loughs of Troy, last week. PIANO LESSONS: I AM AT Year's day. tint publication of thin notice, Each Circuit of Florida In and your answer or written defense. It
,
eral days last week here. and Mrs. Frank Lee Thomas claim or demand intact be In writing for Walton County. any to the complaint In the said
Everett Yates, Mr. Bonny Mr family of Ft. Worth home and can take a limited Mr. W. R. .Hobbs and Mrs. and must state the place of resldenc 3tl Jan 9. 15. 33 cause and to file; the original of such
Mrs. Jr., and last :number of pupils specializing in Mamie Hatch were business visitors and post office addreas. of the claim answer or written defense. with the
Yates Miss Mary Green and were visitors here ant and must be sworn to by the IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF Clerk of the Circuit Court of Walton
Jean Morrison of Texas be returning later Grades One Two and Three, also in DeFuniak Springs Mon- I claimant his agent> or his attorney, WALTON<< COUNTY. FLORIDA I'tl'F: Florida, on or before the 14
Miss Mable and will IN CHANCERY fro piss .
1004
week adult beginners. Mrs. Bessie H. or It will become void according to day
laurel Hill attended the weddingof month to live here. Mr. day.Miss loaw RODRRT PENTEL. and BEATRICE This notice shall be published one
Lou Hammond and this employed with Jenkins 1205 Live Oak Ave. Lois Maxon has returnedto This S day of .January. 1964. PENTEL.: each week for four consecutive weeks
Miss Sarah Thomas will be 1:9: 16 pd.VETERAN'S. ten I Harry Moore. Plaintiffs.DILlT In The DeFunlak Herald. a weekly
her home after spending
Mr. Robert Leeper In Decatur, Department of Public WelaMr. .J, Tweed McMullen. newspaper published In Walton County. -
the days in a Pensacola hospital.\ First publication on .January' U. 1"4."" HAaTINO and LOUISE .Florida. .
BUTANE GAS CO. 4t: Jan V, 14 33 :JOIN rb'n If living and If dead' DONE AND ORDERED at DeFuniakBrings.
CARD OF THANKS William E. Merritt of Pen- 711 W. Live Oak Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Rhemes Scott and I heirs, devisees and Florida this 7 day of January. -
thanks to each visitor children of DeFuniak Springs THK CIRCUIT COI'RTOF THE legatees and any and all persons, 1M4Seal .
OUr heartfelt acola.. was a business 24 Hr. Service FIRST JlinlCIAI. CIRCUIT OF firms, or corporations claiming by. ( h) K Leo Andrew.,
into the house
for every expression of sympathy Thursday. Phone TW 6.7041 moved recently FLORIDA IN ANII FOR WALTON through or under them, or either Clerk Circuit Court
pne prayers, hue last last Thursday vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Levi! COUNTY IN CIIANCFRYNO. of them, or claiming any: right: Walton County Florida
especially your Sonyyy Yates left MAYTAG HALO OF HEAT O title, or Interest to Lots 1 and 2. 1I". Adklnson. D O.
which helped to sustaining us dur Houston, Texas to resume Gas Dryer DG 101 $199.95 wtMaytaa McKinney who moved into a OP De1"UNIAK SPRINGS. Block 7O. Town of Banta Rosa, Attorneys for Plaintiff
for lovely new home just before FLORIDA Petitioner.THE Walton Couty, Florida, Douglas M. A
our recent sorrow. his college .tudles. A100 Autematio V8.- Defendants Of Campbell: At rne.sr.w..
The family of Pallas W. Miller and Mrs. Ed Puckett and Washer Electric $199.95 t3e" Christmas Mr. S lptt will be associated STATE OP FLORIDA and the NOTICE! TO DEFENDANTS: BillHsstlnga P O Box 326DeP'tnlak
w-
; Mr, Thompson I with the Florida Forest I taxpayers. property owners. and and Louise Hastings, If living : Springs, Florida.4t
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Enterprise Gae Range Service here. citizens of the Town of DeFunlak and If dead their. unknown heirs do- Jan. .. 16. 23. 30
the
THANK attending .
CARD OF among those $149.95 w.t ..
were
Mobile on Mrs. Albert Butler, Mrs. W. A.
In 30" Enterprise Gas
Senior J3pl game Range
of Holley and Miss Betty Stricklandwere
this means
We'wish to take Saturday.Mrs. (Demo.) $149.95
business visitors In Panama
thanking all of the people who Larry Padgett and daughter 0.2' Gibson Refrigeratorwithcrisper
kind to us at the Danvllle Ga.. City Friday.
were, so time Pamela of and 199.95 w.t Miss
Mrs. Attie Mundy and I
of death of our beloved.Ber'rY week of Mr. BTU Cool Cabinet
the past 40,000
the
,
guests returned to their
special Pat Mundy i
,James Danley. Our TJ. Mayo Statz and Mrs.Hlnote I King Heater with blower $59.95
nurses home in Gadsden, Ala., after a
thanks to the doctors Padget Used Kelvlnator Refr. $59.95We
Margaret visit with
all kind delightful two weeks I
attill
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friends and relatives for and Mrs. Pete do all kind of service workL.
Mrs. Mundy's sisters, Misses
tresses shown. P. or Natural Ga*. .
The Family ofMr. Julia and Helen Strickland.Miss

James Berry Danley Lucie Kilbourne has goneto
Tallahassee where she as ac.

cepted a position as Librarian_ In

Anderson one of the schppls..
Dr. J. L.
the opening of his Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tarrance of
announces H. DeFuniak Springs were the Sat-
holidays
the Practice of Optometry the
office for Eyes Sill Okla., spent Mr. and urday guests of the Roy Burll-
in all Its phases. .
here and sons. The Tarrances had just returned -
and contact PeteMIlinote.. Lloyd I
examined, glasses
from spending the holidays

lenses! prescribed.Office incur. : Ft his Mrs.BUss family, Texas left January where he 1st Is for to J. V. LAWSON. OWNER with their children In Chicago. Re-Opening ofTHE


Monday.': M>r9u h Saturday report to duty THURS.FR1DAYSATURDAY FASHION I SHOW '

8:00: A.M. *0 6>00 P.M. Everette Yates Jr. (Sonny) has Mrs. W. A. Holley chairman

Closed all day Thursday to the Unlver.ity ) iMlln ciId; iM3wniikltrlskbM$ Gill' of the Ways and Means commit-

Crestview Florida Houston after spending the holidays .

602 North Main St. with his parents, Mr. and
e&hWaN
Phone MU 2.4014 Mrs. E. K. Yates. i Best
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II 1 j yourcome name is listed on the birthday calendar, MN THE SAME LOCATIONWe

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WILL CONTINUEKING'S come and appreciate all producers bringing in live-

Hera's your"be t buy"In an

I 1 4 dependable economy saw on trtat even**fast the and stock to this first sale and the sales each Thursday.

uus."HDIsousDEN'PARKER toughest. cutting Jobs.

I TASTEE FREEZ Fuli-tlzed 17' bar, famous

i McCulloch Super Mac chain Grand Re-Opening Celebration and Barbecue will be
a*well.a host of other

1 SUN.MON.TUES.IsXSlNK features make the McCulloch held the latter part of February.
MAC 15 the natural choice .
HIWAY 90 WEST for cutting firewood or

11 imposts clearing campsites
or pruning trees. It will be

1 1 you too your.see when choice $124.95 James C. Andrews

arrival
For orders ready on it.On
display at
number
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THESE ARE ONLY A.FEW OF THE MANY ITEMS THAT'YOU' ',WILL;FIND:MARKED.DOWN-WAYDOWN: ON:A:LOT OF THEMIN

,--- THIS CLERANCE SALE. THESE,ARE ,SAMPLES. OF ,ITEMS YOU WILL FIND MARKED DOWN 'ALL OVER THE STORE. :

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Two 2-Piece Was Now
One Piece Was Now
Two-Piece Was Now LIVING ROOM SUITES,. 169:95139.95; I'
LIVING ROOM SUITES 139.95.. 101.95 Naugahyde UpholsteryOne BEDROOM7SUJtf 119.95 91.00 ,, '

Nylon Upholstery
l' One 3PieceBEDROOM
2-Piece .
i Two 2Pc.; Naugahyde Upholstery r SUITE 119.95 99.95
LIVING ROOM SUITE 159.95. 117:95. ,
j LIVING ROOM SUITES 159.95 124.95 %
Nylon Upholstery 'CHEST'.OF'DRAWERS 39.95 9.95: I

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' One 2-Piece Danish Modern
One Early American
TWO.GHESTS,.(; 16.95 9.95
LIVING ROOM SUITE 269.95 109.95
PLATFORM ROCKER 54:95: '41.60: :
Naugrahyde Upholstery
Six hildren'B
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Three Early American One 2-Piece Sealy t PLATfORM.ROCKfRS. 9.95 6.9'5))

SWIVEL ROCKERS 69.95 53.95 LIVING ROOM SUITE. ;289.95 .113.80

CEDAR ROBE 79.95 64.95 '
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i Two Early American PLATFORM ROCKER. J -,',,'59.95: ?46.50.

\ SOFAS 'itq;" . 19.95 88.00One Nylon Upholstery CEDAR ROBE 44.95 34:95:

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CEDAR ROBE 59.95
2-Piece LIVING ROOM SUITE 209:95: ',178.00

x LIVING ROOM SUITE 199.95 259.95 1 J Nylon Upholstery .. I TWO ELEC. RANGES 199.95 166-;

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DwFUIOAK SPRINGS.> FLORIDA.:
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THURSDAY. JANUARY 9. 1994

LEGAL NOTICES \2 North. to the Rang!Iii: corner 19 West of th.nceV property You are required. *aea of o* January law. the difssislaat. wbMa-., kIIIDWa th y.u- ....... asgrnalar. "1I
8. Township' a North. Section: you to file an answer to the suit I Rebecca B. smith. i* required to appear alonersX Final Deere to wit.
W.it, thence North to the Rang 19 with the Clerk of Circuit Court and In this suit and serve upon .. O.w.u. Boe- The above described property', tog*. southeast. For a starting point start at
NOTICE OF APPLICATION right ot way. lice of the LAN tiouth to nerve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs the plaintiff'a attorney wb....I thr with all of the tenement, her*. quarter of quarter Section of Southwest corner of Ii:. L. Shepard -
FUR TAX uLEDLAW Railroad, thence Westerly attorney Whose name and address ap-1 I -d f O. Boa B78. .. Ala, Uesnnt end appurtenance thereunto I.owaaolp I North : 24. property and run North two
ur 1S41N South right of way line along 01 the tho Scsrs below on or before January 24. file with the Clerk of aM tills*) lng or In anywise appertaining Range 10 West. I mirdred, feet (2oO feet) thence run
,Uc* la toerby given that David L At N Railroad to the point I Court her written defense or answer to wed..usold at said aale. la pursuance half of Northwest East tour hundred sixteen feet
CUMOt. the IMIMter the following the said right of way line where DONE AND ORDERED at DeFunlak, the Bill of Complaint filed against bar I 1 -., eubieet to ._..enr..aci.uo_____.._. Section 3O. Townsliln s quarter ((416 f..rt l to point of beginning
Intersects !I
ceriuuates. bM -f Bald, cr u11ca des the East line of Section 31, Town her Springs 1983.Florida this 10 day' Of Decem herein order for abed1 of e*.**. eels J'u.oWt.' Rang 18 West ---- -MrUK-_.---. thonr run North two hundred
to to sued thereon ship 3 North This to pubilahed Dasssl at DeFunlak Mprlaga. Walton five Cert (305 rtl.
deed )
tea Range 20 thence-
lur 4 West
thence SEA,
North ( ) E. LEO ANDREWS each week: for four oonsecutiva I County? the C least two run
day of Deeeuber.
to 1M3. hundred ,
',he _nuioa"D.UDbel'- and years of the point of beginning and you are hereby five feet; (3O9
Issuance, the description et th. pro DISTRICT: If O. 41 Clerk of Circuit Court 10b.* DeFunlak Herald, a -- l Paul Teelln copies of required to serve feet I. thence run South two hun
p..l)'. and tlx* flamesn 'Which It Commence at the point where the Attorneys for Plaintiff Walton County Florida published In said Walton County' BU1*> )ountainOdla I Inl(.. If any your' to answer the complaint or other In plead dred five feet ,i2Oi feet), thence
wae ........ are as follow t tCuUtts.criptIIOn2of North lln* of Section 19, Township noughts M. Andrews : lda.W'ttn_ mJ' hand and official Orwell poceedlnga on or before the 2nd said day c 1209 run North two hundred five. feet;
) feet
B )
North CoimnlsslonenIN ) to
Year of Issuance Range 21 West Intersects Of Campbell : thie -1 of Februaray, 1IM4. on B point of beginning.
the dt Andrews 11t.h day of December. 1963. aC Henderson Clyde Wells) Containing I
Property Lots 1 Walton-Okaloosa County line P. O. attorney for : arnt
Box 320DrPunlak K. LEO ANDREWS Attorn. for plaintiffs, THOMPSON & ncin
thru 32 Bin 11. Orange Park B-L>. Section East fur point of beginning. run thence Springs Florida (Seal) Clerk of Circuit 1117 Wed r Pine Plaintiff Street J WELLS Attorneys at Law. Post Of- ,' tilt* Houlhenst Inhe !Southeast; quarter of
to the
30. Townenlp 4 North Rani 21 NK corner of Section U Duo. 18, Jan. 9 Walton County Crasjtvsew. Florida flee Bog IT. Derunlak Borings. FlorIda. 14. quarter of Section
\ju...t. Name In: which assessed Cacl- 1H._ Township S North. Range; 20 and thereafter Townnhln South. Kange -19.
Iv. -dlt.lneoD Nov. 14. 38 to file with the dial'
11. and Decemberaker f issues Dated this

tal Certificate Development No. 299 Co., Tear of Issuance corner weal. unease of Section South 0. Township to the NE 4 IN JUDO TUT': COURT<)!' WALTON OF THE COUNTY fU neo. 19 211.al":" 2. 9 -usa- .CIRCUIUT COURT IN AND <-Clerk tot. .-.. .r--of.....said..."....Court.. h-0_ .._-the__ ..original.._.._._...._. _there-_,..__d I 1..r.LI Date!_.; _dthls) 20.o 3 of J January.-."..- ,- A... D.

1881 Description of Property Lots 33 North Rang 20 West thence Last: rLORIDV IN PROBATE COUNTY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB! FOR WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA up the estate,right title or interest In, E. LEO ANDREWS
and :M thru 60. Bile 11. Dra4B North.Rings to the NB corner of Section 4, Re: Estate of Celia Louise Rhoads FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NO. 811* or lien upon the above described property Clerk n Of Jh" Clrcult: Court
4
a-D Section 30. thence Township South North Rang 20 West, Ruckel ". FOR WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA f+L M. OAINKY by' his guardian claimed by you. Herein fall not Jell 9 y Iva Adklnson. Doc
21 Wet. Name In 'which assessed the Bait to the point where !NOTICE TO CREDITORS:; e" IN CHANCERY. NO. 821 UfrfOM OAINKY: or judgment will be entered against
; line of Section
Development Co. :21, Township BETTY
Capital All creditors of the CUE MTKLLSformerly Plaintiffs. you by default
Certificate, No. 30O. fear of Issuance 3 North. Range 20 West intersects Louise Khoads Rurkel estate deceased of Cella ( Mr*. Franklin .. Rushing). h: WITNESS my hand and the seal of
1961, Description of Property Lot 1 I the South right of way line hereby untitled are Plaintiff .ANNIE said. Court at DeFunlsk IN Tilt:
ot trip L and required to file OR1OOS. the widow of Springs, Flor flKCCIT CURT
Ac N OF
thru :M Blk 12. Orange park 8-D. Railroad thence any claims or demands which they FRANKLIN Armor Ortgirs. HATTIE: CARROLL ida. this :31 day' of December A. D. (:'tIJNEY, .LUIUU\. WALTON
Easterly IN
along the ":IIA
Township 4 North, Range said right of way have J. RCSKINO. 1W13 ('IRY:
-CW't.3 may against said estate In the the widow of J. E. M.
line to the Carroll their IUT
21 Development loam* In Co.which assessedCapital right of way line point Intersects where' the the East said: office of the County Judge of Walton NOTICE or SALK IN PARTITIONPEOCEEDINOS heirs assigns, administrators, (SEAL) K. LEO! ANDREWS ANNETTE H MURPHY
County Florida In the courthouse ecutors., grantees llenors Clerk of the Court. JPlaiiitlff
line at
of snd
All of said property being' In the Section 29, Township 3 DrFuniak springs Florida, within six Notice la hereby given that the persona claiming I any Walton County. Florida vs,
North. any right, title
Range 19
County of Walton, State of Florida.Vales West thence South calendar undersigned s* commtseliMiera
therelB
to the NB months from the date of the or interest In, or lien upon the By Colleen McDonald ALFRED EDWARD
such certificate or certificates corner of Becton 8, first under and by' virtue of toe Court'sOrder MURPHY
publication of this notice. Each. real property herein Deputy Clerk:, O>lend ,
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Township described nt
shad l O* redeemed according to Crs" thence East 2 North.to the nJ.c Corn: West of, claim or demand must be In wrung entered In the above cause dir or any' cart thereof, 4t...Jon 9 10 33 3OIM NOIIIK\: UK lRrK SUIT
described in such
the property and must a'nte the hereinafter NOTICE
place or resdence crribedwill offer Defendnnts. TO
Section ALFMFED
ficate or 0. Township 2 North, Range and for eel*, and sell EDWARD
post-office address of the claim THE STATE MUHPPHV
. the highest bidders at tblcourthouse 19 West, thence South to the NK ant and must be at public auction to the highest end OF FLORIDA, TO: I-OUNTAIN TRAILER
sworn to by the ANNIE 1'ARK.
door beginning 1:30: P.M. on the first corner of Section 10. Township' 2 claimant. hi. agent or his attorney best bidder for cask at the front door Armor ORIOOS. the Willow of THE CIRCUIUT COURT FIRST You MfcLBOUItNE!; : FLORIDA
Monday In month of February. 1064. North Rant; 19 West, thence East or it will become void according to of the County Court Douses la De the Orlggs. HATTIE CARROLL JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT OF TUB: STATE for aredivorce hereby notified that a suit
to the NE' corner of Section 13, Funlak widow of J. II:. Carroll. OF FLORIDA IN AND hna bee>n filed
which U the day of 3rd. 1954.Dared law Springe. WvJton County, Flor their heirs FOR WALTON In the against you
talc 27th day of December. Township 3 North Range 19 West, Ralph Edward Ruckel ida, on January 9. 10O4. at 11.-OO A. U. assigns, administrators, I C"OUNT".N'NC"F.RV NO. BIO: I above above named Court by the
1903. v thence South to the NE corner of Executor of the Last C8T the following described property executor grantees lieuora and I MID-STATE HOMES: INCORPORATED named defendant and that you
X. LEO ANDREWS rcwt 3. Township 1 North, Range Will and Testament; of situat In Walton County Florida, to any tltl persons claiming any light. a Florida Corporation werrswith to tClerkouofwtheenabboove
Clerk of Circuit Court of thence East to the NB Cella Louise Rhoad .or Interest in. or lien upon ; Plaintiff. a
Walton County. Florida corner of Section 1. Township 1 Ruckel. Deceased. 'lOO feet by 100 feet lying In .asquare thor* real. property herein describedOREETINOS v*. of named Court and to nerve a copy
4t: Jan. 2-23 North, Range 19 West: hence First publication on December 19 1M3. on the South and of the any part: thereof. 'BARTHA LEI!: SrTEPHARD: and such answer upon the plaintiff
South to the NE corner of Section 4t; _rtff_"_" .. ID _-i_=_r,.. _aIN dsssilliail land. The am_ I Ilete : ELLA: K,. SHEPHARD. his] Wins.uerena.nu attorney, .whose name and adrl.__- -._.-
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NOTICE: 1. Township 1 South, Range Igw"West ? -npu..n.a: ; foilbw.of YOU are hereby notified that a ,. r..r. below on or before February
Notice U hereby given. that the Board thence West to the point THE COURT OF THE COUNTY M ft. a by CU ft. M 4 tad preceetflag to quiet tltl* ha* been NOTICB OF MORTGAGE FORCCLOK-' I This notice shall be publish
of County Commissioners, at a Rellulare the North line of Section 0, Township JIIXiK |N AND FOR on the North end 011.0' 34 of Kala. brought in the Circuit Court of Wai. tiRE BALK: ed once each week for tour ((4) con.
on Tuesday. October 8th. leej. 1 South Range 21 West Intersect WALTON ,' Alter*, a subdivision of sjj:... II' to. County, Florida .against Anal TO! secutive weeks In the DrFunlak Herald.
adopted the following County Commissioner : the Walton-Okaloosa County' In re: COUNTS, tLoHipA Section !. 0W&{ of Bectloa 37. NH: Orlggs and Haul* C and all per. Notice IsherebyAgivenNpursuant a newspaper of weekly. circulation In
District line a.* decrlbed line, thence North along the Wai. OUARDIAN HIP OF: tionf 7Seotlo U 5n4 :".StAleRoed sons claiming. any -fe. right tltl a final decree of foreclosure dated to Walton County. Florida.
DISTRICT NO. 11 ton-Okaaloosa County line to the Barbara A. Randolph. Earl F. //"Dl" North or Interest in, or lien upon the fol. the 21 day of January 1604. and DONE AND ORDERED In DeFunlak
Commence In the NB comer of point of beginning. Donald NO.1 Highway No. e0) lowing described real property situ teed la Chancery Case No. en Pprlnirs. Walton County Florida this
Randolph Q Luster Tel- 8301 of the
DISTRICT NO. a: S. N. 18 West of the ate In Walton 31 day of :
County, Florida Circuit Court December 1063
Section 4. Township 3 North, Range Dennis W. Luster, Debra O. Luster to-wit: of the First Judicial
All that part of Walton County lyIng lab_ Werldlan aa platted bp beginning at the Circuit (SEAL) K LEO:
18 West for point of beginning, run Charles F. Luster Dwlght Ken in and for Walton ANDREWS
thane South to th* NB corner of South of the following. described Luster and Briget V. Carpenter Oarlastd Edwards, said plat being ns* of the Northeast;.ut: :-Jer-of Florida In the above styled County Clerk of Circuit Court
line! Commence at the point where of record In the office ofthe Clerk Southeast cause Walton
Section 4. Townahlp 3 North, Range minors qeWee quarter of Section 16111 sell to the highest and County. Florida
the North line of Section 8, Township of th. Circuit Court of Walton Township > bent ly) Iva
18 Whet then East to Choctawhatche NOTICEIN : North, bidder for rash at the front door Adklnson, DC.
1 South Range 21 West Intersects Count*. Florida. runaiag yards: of Douglas M.
River thence South thrnoe 39 the Walton Andrews
along
THE NAME OF THE STATE OF County Courthouse
Together the In DeFuntak Of
:
the Walton-Okaloosa building UB. North Campbell
County and: South A Andrews
'f'ua and 140
the Cboetawbatcb.ee River to the FLORIDA TO yards Spring Florida,
line, thence run East to the : r- theeeeei. Beat W at 11 :OO o' P. O box 326
pointwhere >
the north tin. of Section eyaSaipoptwil *s. thenoe clock A. M. the
point wets Charlie Lee Luster amend on 20 day of January
the North line of Section 6. be sold eubjeet North Routh thence DeFunlak
6. Townahlp 1 North. 35 1884 the Springs Florida
Rang You hereby notified that a petition yard following
are described
to aU vaUd U W
a
re sard. Eras property Counsel
Township 1 North. Range 16 West uw et JH for Plaintiff
and the been West 140 la Wastes '
IB West, Choctawhatche Intersects the Walton-Washington for letters of guardianship has yard to pot.t County, a.* set forth In aald Jan 9 16
33
River Intersect thence West to the line filed in the above styled cause In the --- 30
I4K corner of Section 1. Township County 'of Commissioners above named Court, and your residences ----
1 South. tnaG 10 West: thenceNorth Hoard Walton County FloridaAt.te.t alleged therein aa being unknown, -- -- -
County
to cornerRaB and you are order required and notified
sctf199
Laird
1. Townahlp 3 hih- 1:1rO. : By Kyle'" ChairmanB to answer plead or file other defense
West thenc* rest to point Leo Andrew to said petition herein with theCounty
beginning.DisraicT' Clerk fudge of Walton County' Flor
2: serve a ropy thereof on the
4tt DM. I Jan. 9
All that part of Walton County attorney for petitioner, on or before
lylnc: Morth of th, following line and not later th January/ :31 1964..
Commence at for point where the IN TUB: CIRCUIT COURT OF WALTON Herein fall nut or a degree pro
South line! of Bsjctlon 18 Township COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY confesso. will be entered herein against ..
5 Worth Ranp21: West Intersects NO. 8111 .
the Welton-Okalooaa County line ASSOCIATE DISCOUNT you.It Is further ordered that this noticefordfoureconsecutiveaweeksnfour
run th.mce'" to the NB cornerof CORPORATION t'1 e
Section 19. Township S North. ..n IndIana Corporation. times ---1'11I] ge.red
Range 3O West thence South to Plaintiff> of publication being sufficient. In The
the tat corner of Section 8. Town- v._ DrFunak newspaper rn well
.h1p 4 irNa5tpt'tto wher W.... O L. NORUANP and ANOELINE L. published neWalton County, Florida. can opener No l Clamps l Needed't '
thenoe the point the NORMAND n s4 DONE AND ORDERED In DeFunlak
Nortb 11D. of 8ectton 4. Town.hlp n.e.n- ......-_' C.clnrida.. this the 23 day of ice crusherffffffffff.
norm tcange IB west mte necta NOTICE! 'TO DEFENDANTS December; A. D./ 1003. INaTANTLV aONDS
Walton-k olmss County line. O. L. Nonmand and Angelina Jr Nor- I Joe Dan Trotman ON CONTACT
I DISTRICT NO. isCc5pmwve mand. husband and wife, and parties County Judge I
at the NE comer of claiming interest b,. through, Under i Walton County, Florida
eeetloit 4. Township 4 North, Range or against O. L. Normand and-or CLYDE B. WELLS
+ 80 Woe* for point r. beginning, Angeline L. Normand and all those Attorney for Petitioner S
run then** claiming to have any right, title or Add 1'''"''':
of Section 4.TbwnshlpN4&North Interest In the following described THOMPSON ft: WELLS IT. Oworwd for smoerh i: It
Range 18 West thence south to property In Walton County. Florida Attorneys at Law CONTAC
the KB corner of Section 4. Township to wit: Commence ath.. NE cornerof Pont Office Box> 87 'o.y ortHno andwxtralona I
3 North Rang 18 West, thence NW 4 of SE\i and run South 660' DeFunlak Springs : B CHMBNTE&
Want to the NB: corner of Section for point of beginning thence run Florida .lifer
1. Township: North. Range 10 East 80', thence run South 132'. 4tl Dec 24-.7an IS TBr* TOOL.Th +' rr '
West, thence South to the NB!: corner thence run West MO* thence run North hem s2 Iti i
of Section 1. Township 1 North 132 to the point of beginning.; Bring IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR new C08CO step Moot ?
Rings 15 West. thence West to the: a part of the NBU of SE'4.: Section WAIT COUNTY VfA. with the tmart hourgjas deJen. > S
NE of 1 3 North 20 West. CHANrrRY: NO. III
corner Section 3. Township 33 Township Range Ing.a.WI] f .
., Containing 2 acres more or less. JAMES SONNY SMITH The ewingawesteps portable I
North to the NB: cornier of Section You are hereby notified that a mortgage Plaintiff.va re rubber treaded for added
IS Township :3 North Rang 10 foreclosure suit on the above- '!. .afety. can opener Jr!
Sturdy chrome
West thence West to the NE cornerof described property baa been filed REBECCA B. SMITH. ;
Section 1.. Township 2 North against each of you In the above-. Defendant. frame. Choice of handsome JC..
Rang It West, thence North to the named Court In a complaint for fore- NOTICE TO DEFEND decorator color CrvilMs. ) .to* ........ ji'I ,
MB corner! of Beetle 9, Township closure against the above-described On or before Monday the 13th day/ _ fCMMr. ____ ':.
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