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 16, 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: VID00211
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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PL WashingtonAnd Council Cut Paving .
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The Beaches Assessment In Half i

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Mr. Roy Burlison pent the Payments on street paving for / .,

past weekend with her mother, the recently completed street im.

Mrs. Mozelle Bullard in Panama provcment program here have .

City. Mr. Burllson joined them times at City Council's meetings

for Sunday dinner and accom- been under discussion severalin 0

panied her home. recent weeks and came up K t:"" 7 .
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack: Cosby spent again at Monday night's meet-

the Christmas holidays with their v
Mr. ing.On of J, F "J : .... ...to:
son and daughter-in-law, motion Councilman "') . :: l-,

and Mrs. Tavis Cosby in Chat- Bludworth, seconded by Councilman C'.. e..::.. n'JVOLUME
Tenn. They stopped over Vernon Cosson. it was votedto
tanooga, "
night in Birmingham with their cut paving assessments in half. 72-PUHLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA JANUARY lfi. 19fit ,. ,Number 6Senator

daughter Carolyn and her family. Councilman Bill Shultz voted I

Mr.. and, Mrs. M. M. Argo of against the motion. Improvements Slated

Birmingham spent the weekend This affects all the new pav-? For.. Post Office Winter Term Cir< nit Court

of January 5th at their Seagrove ing put in, wherever it Is locatedin

Beach home. town. .
Mr. W. R. Hobbs and Mrs. Metcalf' and Shiver, Dothan, '
In addition, 1t was agreed that
Mamie Hatch were business visitors interest be charged for the have been awarded a contract for
no repairs and improvements at the Meets In Two-Week
in DeFuniak Springs- Tues- first five years if property own- .. postoffice' here. Session

day. ers choose to pay in installments. ".'
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bostickof i All payments are to be made The work will include painting

Headland, spent the weekendof within ten- years, with interest :t.. Improvements to the electrical and "

January 5th with his mother, 1 charges the second five years. lighting system, air conditioning Florida State Employment Service The winter term of circuit

Mrs. Mamie Hatch and Pop Hobbs. Miss Syble Neel Clerk says .,. : and other improvements.The Employee To Retire After 28 Years I court for Walton county opened

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burlison and about $5500 has already been' paidin work, at a contract price here Monday morning, Judge

granddaughter, Teressa spent on the paving and where pay- of $45,500, is scheduled for com- Thos. D. Beasley presiding.
Tuesday in DeFuniak Springs and ment in full has been made half pletion in 150 calendar days I Mrs. Nannie Prard Hart, St. 1936-1945, also for the Attorney The docket for the two-week

were the dinner guests of the I the amount will be refunded justas :(>,. Petersburg, who has been a state; I,General's office and the Florida session was sounded and then
Tarrances. Caswell Won Bid employee during the adnrUnlMra-) Industrial Commission.She Judge
T Bob soon as it can be handled. I D. Stuart Gllli heard reports -
.1. tons of retires' '
Mr: and Mrs. J. O. Burlison The meeting, which lasted until .. ... For Freeport SchoolAt eight governors, transferred to< St. Petersburg from a number of defendants
'
Dec. 31. Her 28
s,.. Mrs. J. O. Burlison, :II'.. and about 11:00: p.m., was most con. 1.w.. . years as a job in 1956 to be near' her daughter placed on probation at precious -
daughter Terry Tamml and cerned with routine matters. :,. ; : : placement<< Interviewer with Flor- Mrs. K. R. Laiminger. terms and ordered to appear -

'Tonga, all of Panama City spent Council members met again : "r.I, !.,,"' ;'f .,{ .. ., '.. the regular meeting of the ida State office.Employment: Service'slocal Mrs. Hart was recently given at the first day of this term.
:
school board
New Years day at their Pt. Washington Tuesday night to work on the Tuesday, Cop'land u farewell dinner by fellow employ Judge Beasley drew a grand
Born in DeFunlak
Springs KU
Construction Company of De ,
i home. budget. at Sunset Country Club Jury and In addition to the usual
Mrs Mary Bruns has returned : Funiak Springs was low bidder' on she attended Florida State: College ! and presented with a pearl necklace charges, instructed' them to investigate -
who the renovation of the Walton for Women (now FSU) at
to tier Seagrove Beach home from Clyde Galloway : and matching earrings.She one homicide in the
,a Wit with-her sister, Mrs. John Books DiscussionOff will serve as President Pro Tern High Auditorium with a bid of Tallahassee and Converse College ) county since the last term of

P. White, in New Orleans, bring. To Good Start of the 1965 Florida Senate today $11,258.000. Caswell Construction (Spartanburg. S.C.), majoring will have a busy "retire court.

Ing with her for a week's visit her announced he will seek reelection Company of this city bid $12- in music. ment" In Pensacola, living with George H. Stephens

and daughter-in-law, Mr. and in the May primaries. 933.00. She worked as a stenographerand her son, Henry G Hart, and named foreman was
son ns with William
Members of the Great Books
In the Florida pursuing; her hobbies
messenger of
Mrs. Scott Bruns and daughter, Senator Galloway represents Supt. John Baldwin says that sewing U. Brannon a'
vice-foreman.
And
Alice, of Paris France, temporarily nized Discussion here Group In December that was report orga- Walton, Holmes and Washington he is pleased that the auditoriu. Legislature In 1935 ,1947-1949' in music and enjoying her grand. for the first time In the history
the Motor Vehicle children. -St,
In New York for the winter; that it has turned out to be a counties.His is to be renovated which will Department Petersburg Times of Walton county, one lady was

aalso her youngest son Albert stimulating and enjoyable, intel- election by his fellow Sena make it more useful in the I ., ,- Livestock MarketTo drawn fur service She is Mrs.
Bruns who is attending Columbia tors as President Pro Tern for instructional program of tho n Blanche Johnson.
and
lectual they are
experience
University in New York. the 1965 Legislative Session is school. Open Jan. 23
having .a thoroughly good timein Four cases that could set :a
Florida
Mrs. Mary Bruns had a most unprecedented in the. Work is
to begin immediatelyand state-wide
the process of getting better precedent are on the
,
"interesting trio meet summer when acquainted with the masterpieces Legislature since the selection be completed within 60 days. > '. h V/alti. n county Htate Live. docks at this term awaiting a
she visited!; thi Scotts Bruns in of literature.The came during his freshman term.; The renovation will consist of '!.iI''',';'. 'irk Ma' koi will re-open on decision from the Court of Ap-

'Parts'' and while aboard spent has studied the following Senator Galloway represents the removing the old balacony'u, re- -:' h r'da'', Jan: 23. and will be pealas of the First District. .
and group t Congressional Dis-
time with her daughter former third -tl
dome flooring, repairing and paintingof pen) eiwh Thursday thereafter
: These are all
family in Germany, returning to books: trict on the powerful Legislative<< casse in which 7
the walls re-lighting, and enlarging Jrafs C. Andrews, of
manager defendants
the first of December.Mr. Plato's "Apology" and "Crltoi Council which conduct the Interim have"either plead
Seagrove of the stag Seating the market, that >rnl
space reports ;jev j
guilty or been found
Norman Reese of Chicago, Sophocles 'Antigone"; and Aristotle' business of the Legislature guilty by a
will also be added. Supt. Bald- i ; good buyer will be on hand for jury and had been sentenced to
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last week as "Politics. \i '
pent several days win :further states this space can '. ........ . the market opening, and invites' terms In the state
and Mrs.C. the Coun- -- penitentiary,
He is Chairman of
Mr. '
of .
the houseguests The informality the Great f \ ''
be used for all types of activities < : all producers to bring In stock
.f f ' and then asked for
Insurance > a new trial
#
Committees
of SeagroveBeach. cil's on
H. McGee J., Books places responsibilityon \
group requiring than an .\ for this first sale and' to the I'
more.pace .\5r on the ground that had been -
and General Legislation, and is a they
the members themselves. Thereis -:" .. '
member of the committees on ordinary classroom, such as ,.. weekly sales.A tried without benefit of counsel.
no tuition to be paid and no .
educational television dramatics grand re-opening celebration
Judge Gilllfl had ordered
COX ENTERTAINS Traffic Safety, Mental Health. state
MRS. J. J. J. credit each
given. The reader
and barbecue will
room assemblies, study periods, be held the
prison authorities to "
CLUB Public School Education, and of return them
GARDEN ..
MAGNOLIA time are laymen members of \ ,. latter .
of .
club activities and community .. part Frbruy, with full to Walton county for trial
unit.
.
the
of the Council's Management or
The January meeting the At the it
class. outset was details, \to bo announced later.
Magnolia Garden Club was held understood that each member was A native of the third district, meetings. r Investigation and the Attorney
Beach Senator Galloway is the son of Copeland Construction Co. also General asked the appellate courtto
Seagrove
in the lovely to read in advance the Great Book "
:home: of Mrs. .J..J. J. Cox with assignment, and that no one per- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. GaJlo>way. was awarded the contract for Come Teenagers determine whose responsibility y ,

:.Mrs. Roy Burlison as co-hostess.' son's opinion was anymore right, He was reared on a farm in the an addition of a classroom and "f Come AdultsThe it. la to bring the prisoners back-

'+ A' brief business session was I than that of another. Hurricane Creek Community. He science! room at the Tlvoll High whether the county or the state
President. Miss attended elementary and high School for a low. bid of ;t22.80S.OO should stand the expanse.
the -
conducted by The group meets the first and Fashion show
sponsored by
Lois ? axon, after which she introduced third Thursday of each monthat school: classes at Leonla, and Other bidders included Caswoll I These are Denvol Yaun, con
the Magnolia Garden Club will
the guest for the even- : 7:30 P.M. in the Fellowship Hall graduated there in 1942. Contraction Co. $33.709.00 and TO'TilE PEOPLE OF WALTON victed of extortion in 1959, and
be held In the Bay School HousePt.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Piper and Senator Galloway served In the Rachela-O'? eal Construction Co. COUNTY; placed on 12 years probation. This
}rig, of the First Methodist Church. ( Washington
Hall ....pf the Piper Garden . U. S. Navy during World War II, S23.010.00is.. .Vv *' ,- ,) ) Thursday even- was revoked in 1982 and he was*
-Mr.; wl---_ ? __L would.ljke' take.this 'op,, Ing., January 23rd.: 8 P.M.: The
Center. of Fort Walt MrPiper: ; Meeting of Interest To then returned to'the"farm: before The a d'dfitlon"of'"rffiese) rooms" portunity. announce my candl- latest In Spring and Summer sentenced to two,. year in,> tate 1
Roses ; accepting employment with the will make valuable adaitton-to prison. In 1903 he was ordered
showed color film on Corn. Graces Growers > a daeyfor re-election as your representative fashions will be modeled, both
.which was' enjoyed very much. State Road Department and In the Tivoll school which is growing In the Florida House for the Teenagers, matrons a new trial.

Then he gave a most informative Corn and Coastal Bermuda private business.He In enrollment," states Supt. of Representatives.I ana. older incites!: also'.young hair-sizes. Dale Redman -.._..4 F ran kn!
and care of enrolled at Florida State Baldwin. have felt Bell were convicted' In 19600 of
talk on the planting grass growers have an opportu- during my tenureas r There will be lovely door'
Hose in this section. He awardedteveral nity to learn how to effectively 'University in 1948, and graduatedfrom Other action Included the auth- your representative a great prizes, delicious refreshments robbery and larceny of an auto

prizes with Mrs. Albert control annual broadleafed weeds that institution with a Bach- I orizing of the purchase of five sense of pride for having had tho all included in the admission priceof i end sentenced to terms and two

Butler winning first prize of a and grasses at a special meeting elor of Science Degree in Business new school buses for use in the opportunity to represent the people $1.00. The public is invited to and three years on these counts,

TOM plant. Mrs. E. E. Comstock, on January: 17 to be held at The 'Management in 1952. He re- county school system. This will of Walton county. It has been attend and are assured of a delightful the sentences to run concurrently t I

Mrs. Carl Storrie and Mrs. O. H. Hut restaurant at 7:00: P.M. entered FSU in 1958 to quality I make a total of eleven buses by policy during my term as evening's entertainmentas Willie Halnes was sentenced to

Saltsman won the other prizes. At the meeting, a representative under State law as an insurance bought or authorized over<< the your representative and'will con- well as helping, a worthy cause. life Imprisonment In 1950 after ,

Mr. Piper also presented each person from Geigy Agricultural Chemi- and real estate agent and broker. past three school terms Mr. tinue to be 10, If you honor me lie plead guilty to robbery and

present with a lovely Camel.Ua calas will join with local distributors Senator GMloway is married of to] Baldwin .YII. with re-election, to be a repre.. MR. HENRY FOV DAVIS kidnapping.
Davis
bloom from his gardens. in a discussion of the effectiveness the former Dorothy These additional units will allow .tentative of all the people. I Jethroe White was sentenced to

>During the social hour the hos- of Atrazine herbicide Brooksville, Fla., who State.also Holderof graduated the School: Board to provideever I am' 29 years of age. I am Mr. Henry Foy Davis, age 84, five years In 1959 after he plead .,

asses. assisted by Mrs. John: 'against costly weeds and grassesin from Florida Science Degreein better transportation serviceto married to the former Miss Bar. of the Caney Cree Communitydied guilty to larceny of an auto.

VomriXle. served refreshments of corn and Simozlne herbicidefor a Bachelor of : Mrs. the 2700 transported studentsin bara Ward of Echeanna, and have at his residence following I 1 These four cases are on the

Wassail, cookies cheese sticks and control of weeds in Coastal Business I Education.at Leon High. Walton county, Mr.. Baldwin two sons, Tim and Chuck. I .was a long illness, Monday morning, docket but are being held up
Galloway has taught
this meeting awaiting the appellate' court's
mmts. 18 enjoyed Bermuda born and raised In Walton county,
plantings.
grass School Tallahassee and Walton also stated.Other January 13, 1964. A native and
decision.
together. In addition to weed control, business included paying educated in the public schools of lifelong resident of Walton county
February meeting will beheld High School DeFunlak Springs, this county, graduated from Walton i A case sent over from Escam-
The Geigy representatives will also leave
10 of bills and authorizing t Mr. Davis was a member of
have a son, ,
in the Pt. Wa.hingtonome :discuss the problem'of wireworm The Galloways High School, and after work the Natural Bridge Masonic ;bla county on a charge of venue
Chris Beck with Mrs. I control in end a daughter two. requests. ing my way through college. I ''III I set for Wednesday and possibly
of Mr* tobacco plantings.The has long Lodge 108, F. and A.M., of Gas- ;
Butler. as co-hostess. Senator Galloway was graduated with a B. S. ''de Thursday and Friday of next
Albert I meeting is open to all community and MRS. MANY L. WILLIAMSONMrs.
active In week.
been
growers and ample time has been :. I cree in Public ,Administrationfrom kin.Funeral services !
district. He ----- were conducted -
To civic affairs in the The defendant is Andrew Bus-
Square Dance Classes allowed for questions and ans- Mary Lucille Williamson Florida State University.I at 2:00: P.M. Wednesday after-
Is member of the First Baptist bee Jr. and the
a ,
7th I case come from
.Open On February wers. Refreshments will be servedat Church of DeFuniak Springs and age 68 of 505 S. llth St.,, died > am on the Board of Directors noon from the Caney Creek Baptist the court of record of Escambla
the close of the meeting.G. 12, of the Walton county Chamberof Church with
January the
Rev.
School there.: Sunday afternoon, Ivy
has taught Sunday : county. He is
the Shirts charged with manslaughter -
Saturday night Commerce, a member of the 1
-Last I Masonic work 1964, in a local hospital following Watson officiating.I Masonic
He Is active In by
Dance clubr.re Junior Chamber culpable negligence,
Skirts Square G. Jr. She had of Commerce, Kraveside
?.nd Daniel Buys American Legion a prolonged illness. cervices followed In the
hosts to a group The Nehi Bottling I" a Shriner. Springs for and a member of the First Methodist Caney Creek conducted I manslaughter by intoxication and t
ofand Toe : Co. naire, Jaycee, Kiwanian and resided In DeFuniak Cemetery, hit and run.
I
the Heel Church of DeFunlak Sprlnp.I :
'dancers from We also member of the Veterans of For- the past six months, moving here. by the Natural Bridge Lodge Judge Beasley ordered the hit
i 'from Ft. Rucker. I The Nehl Bottling Co., one of Wars. from Chipley. am active in the plumbing and He is survived by his wife
Fiddlln'&quareI eign and run charge transferred to
lied visitor from the the old businesses the county, making his formal announce Funeral services were conducted heating business with Prescott Mr. Lonle Davis of Caney Creek,
al- I In county court a* it I.i a misdemeanor -
We are Plumbing Inc.
from Eglin. and i has been purchased from Roy ment Senator Gallowaay said "1 at 5:00: P.M. Monday afternoon four sons: C. M. Davis Gaskin, and Busbee not
way glad to have visitor Cawthon by G. G. Daniel, Jr.. been Interested In from th graveside in Fiona- During my 0 term as a member 1C, D. Davis. of the Limestone plead
they enjoyed the fun aaXrauch who. has been with the Royal i have government Funeral of the House of Representative Community .:'ullty when arraigned on the
"hope since childhood, and my desire ton Ala. with the Flomaton O'Neal Davis Clearwater ether two counts.
as we did.iney I Crown organization for five I to slsist in the improvementof Home directing. from Walton county I was appointed Oden Davis, of Caney One
case was tried before
Everett, was to the following commit a
caller, year, in Orlando and Andalusia. governmental operationhas Survivor include her-"husband Creek, and five daughters: Mrs.
assisted by three more caller Mr. Daniel will change the our DeFuniak tees: Vice-President of the Game Thelma Weaver Mrs. Jury Tuesday in the second day
a1a multiplied as the need for I Rev. H. W. Williamson 1 Pcnsacola of the winter term of circuit
these places and everyone to the RC Cola Co. and will Martin. and Fresh Water Fish Committee Ernestine
from name improvement,, has increased. Springs and two sons: Prescott Gaskin Mrs.
This
enjoyed) dancing to the new continue the business at the same "As a mem.ber'of the Florida DeFuniak Springs and James H. I ,-member of the Public Health C. W. Wtlker on. Mrs. Pence I. court. wa a charge of Intent -
to defraud the state of Oxon
location in '11th street. sister Mrs. Committee, the Commerce and McClellan and .Mrs. Basil And.
caller Senate of the Legislative Council of Milton, and one alcoholic
The club met Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Daniel, who are and as a delegate 'to the Lorene Wise of Selma. Ala..Thereare Reciprocal Trade Committee I' sews, all of the Caney Creek The Gene Franklin.beverage against

for a business session and new making their home at 311 S. 13th Council of State Government. I three grandson Mental Health. Forestry Agriculture Community. There Is one sister
The Jury brought in verdictof
fey-laws were voted on and put street have four children.. Jerry have tried hard to represent the Comander Funrel Home has In and House Management Mrs. Strammer Johnson of Gaskin not guilty. a .

into effect. The most Important Mike Paul and Sandra, and her people of the third District to the charge of local arrangement Committees.I 28 grandchildren and 24
** i is helped promote the fire antprogram Ralph Miller on probation for
is N mother Mrs. Doris Jennings great-grandchildren.
of these ,
dudancing',,_ best of my ability."I breaking and entering, was sen-
in which Walton
the winter months here county I Comander Funeral!
.ge before or spending will always be grateful to CARD OV THANKSI Home was
elected participates afro' the reopeningof tenced to five years in state pri-
;
club reporter was with them. in charge of arrangement
A friend In the Senate who _
my son by Judge Tho*. D. Beasley
Walton Livestock
amended to the county
and the by-laws were Mr. Daniel and family all a.reotheY" supported my successful effort to wish to thank all of my ] when it shown
the acceptance of only married are delighted with Walton becom President Pro Tern of the neighbor for their kindness and Market in DeFunlak Springs. I Mr. and Mrs. D, H. McSwain: : was with that Millerhad
been five
charged counts
eauple! in the new elates or the county and the prospects here. 1963 Senate. consideration during my' time of have fought for the betterment Jr, of Gainesville, returned with of '

"My record Is public record,' sorrow. It has helped me to eallze of our public school system and his mother, Mrs. Harley Mc He foregery. nolo contender
plead to
I
dub.The striven to the general
promote
new' classes: are growing WALTON COUNTY and my only promise to you Is that In this time of Borrow there I Swain from Galanesville. where the
welfare of our state. At present, forgery charges and was sentenced
and we are looking forward to avery Chamber of Commerce that I will represent the peopleof 1 is peopl you' can turn to for help. I am trying to have the Surplus she had been visiting them. to five year' on the first
The new
successful class. Community CalendarJAN. Thank from the bottom of
this district honestly fairly. you Food Inltated charge, with sentence withheldon
members were put through a fewfte'W 16 JAN. 23 and to the best of my ability."I my heart. In Walton Commodity county.Program I have triedto Weather ReportThe the others. The two fiveyearsentences
steps. We wen remember our for the Mr. Joe Littrell
humbly grateful
am week's weather fea- to
be of service to any of my was are run concurrently.
beginning steps and how we were Jan. 16-Valley View PTA-7:00: friends 1 have made over 207 Choffin Ave.
many
individual constituents whenever tured by a fall of snow Monday, Daye W. Day and Franklin
looking forward to the next class.february West DeFuniak PTA-7:00. the years, and I feel certain that DeFunla Springs< Fla. they have felt that their repre- lasting from about 8 to 9:30: a.m. smith plead guilty to grand larceny -
These classes will begin on Paxton Ruritan-7:30: with even greater effectiveness in While and William Fred
at sentative could speak for themor only a trace could be measured -, Day
7 and anyone interested Great Books Discussion-7:30: will be better able to serve NOTICE
you
,
aid them In any way. it pilled up a little on car' Eugene Vann and Henry Vann
aU In Joining the classes may con- Charm School: with even greater effectiveness In The privilege of serving you' \ tops and at one time Just before plead guilty to breaking and

tact the president or vice-presi Jan. 17-School: out EvalulationDay. the years ahead". The office of Dr. G. E. Shehee as your Representative will always (It ended was heavy enough to entering with intent to commit
dent by calling TW 8-4735 or TW will be closed all day Saturday _
be appreciated as one of,reduc visibility l considerably. a misdemeanor.
6-4311 after 7 p. m. Charm School: Service Office Closed as he will be attending a district the highest honors that could: Date Max. Mln. Rain Two cases were set for Wed-

Or you are invited to come on Jan. 18-Paxton Masons. Monday-Open Tuesday dental meeting In Taalahassee ever be bestowed upon me. I I Jan. II fi3 57 2.07 nesday, with the civil: suit Mc-

down to the National Guard armory Jan. 20-Freeport PTA-: O on that day.MASONIC. cherish the democratic process of fl 69 58 1.22 Lean vs.. ,Warren postponed and i

on Saturday night. Spectators DeFuniak Lions-7.00. I will be out of town Monday. fredom of choice, and will never 10 60 34 the State .Attorney announcing a

are welcome: and we hope Jan. 21-DePuniak'Eastern Star- Januay 20th and the Walton NOTICE be moved to do anything that will 11 47 28 none pro in a charge of possession -

you wUl be Interested enough to 730: County Service Office will be tend to destroy our true representative 12 52 41 .93 of still aparatus and mash

SolD in the fun. Gaskin PTA-7:00: closed. The office will open Tuesday Regular communication DeFun form of government. I 13 '.8 28 .01 against Archie G. Anderson.

Glendale PTA7:00.Kiwanis12:15 at 10 AM. and remain openas lak Lodge No. 170 Thursday January have but one aim in life, that be* 14Figurea Two cases are set for Thursday,

WANT NURSING IN The Hemeor : long as there persons presentto 16. 740 p.m. Visiting breth- Ing to serve humanity with God's I'' for the very hard both civil suits: St. Joe Paper Co.

sitting with hospital patients. Jaycees700.: be served. ren cordially invited. guidance to the best of my humble freeze Monday night are not vs. A. B. Gavin and Fisher Hard-

Have references. Dial TW 0-4041. Jan. 23-Magnolia Garden Club- J. D. Wooten Jr. Walton Fohner White W.M. ability. Thank you.Jamec. I availablle, but the unofficial low are vs. Wilbur Gate and Carl-

It. Fashion Show. County Service Officer J. T. Johnson See. _H. Prescott. here was 18 degrees. ton Rhodes.A .


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: V. Presbyterian Church ,J :p:6'.r ;,Siris y FN,,< RJ'3'"i.>iyR,. .Y' 6Nrf .i9s # . ;:. ", .

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Red Bay Presbyterian Church -r gxrHt:,, Apt i ,, x # y C'y r ._

John M. Ash. Minister .I' ,. 'j: J .
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Rev. Sam Shlrah . .,,' ., ...

Wesley Memorial :Methodist g'kv. > .j.
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Live Oak Avenue ; l k'3rih b'' 'Y 'ft by C' <. 7yt a
Winston Jay .1, sa:7f SM<, a ., y .4r? Mflf :'y r 4'G $.. '. s.Flro ::;y 'Ay. ;ti. :; -.I''

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J. D. Renfroe .-
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Rev. C. C. Colvln '. : .. P," 4 :.,

DeFuniak Spring First Baptist ...f....f',: "'.,w; ,qp. \ ... .. I.' .sa' : -
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W. O. WlUham. Pastor v -:'::;" x, .Hi h c _

East Baptist Church '\\0, ;,:.>., "f.' .'.. .. f
Richard Bloodworth Pastor .uk; grM t( ,' !... ,. Jt' .-.''. .
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W. L. Clark, Pastor fit. ," '!" <' ,, ?v' .d..,".: . ,....
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Bob Hollar, Pastor urMightiest
; Rockets have a certain thrust and no more. Nuclear ;

Lime Stone Baptist Church .., bombs have a certain explosive force and no more. Every :. fi. __ '.' .

Rev. Cony Black Pastor ,..,- . : powerful! device on which'man} : depends for military defense 1i'-' f. ; :" ; ,": !

New Harmony Baptist Churef' : Hour or scientific advance is limited in its energy. y ., ._, ..

Rev. Kenneth Klckllghter .. . ..,.:!. r;; (: :i: ... ,
"But FAITH has no limits. It turnswith, trusting '' '
Oak Grove' Baptist Church ", .. eyes J;" ',,'" :'i,':': ; 4 "

W. B. Six Pastor ,. :. to' the {!.Almighty- whose. power.i ip infinite. ,whose love is everlasting. It, is constantly confident and courageous '" V '''''!-- ,,' -'

Paxton Baptist Church J because its resources cannot be exhausted. :'...:; .> '... .,/ ....,
Rev. M. M. Harrto
Pleasant Rldgw Baptist Church s" In perilous times a great nation always'finds itsVmight'in! spiritual resources. And today, significantly, .one of the : ;.?' a' : .

Rev. R. M. .,.u.a.. ... ".. <...nt1a1.e1emeni 'survival.in which our stockpile dwarfs the Russians is FAITH. Khrushchev has no secret installation ;'''' 4 -,
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Rev. Malcom :M. Harris t I" '.' '.. .;1'. ....
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Red Bar Baptist Calee.t t".,: Think" on..these_ things -as- 'we, worship together next Sunday morning i '. our: mlg htiest'hour!I''' T, : .....!; f::."J'',;_. '.;', '.. .

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Caney Rev. CrNLaptist Chureh .. .Oo Deuteronomy Isaiah 'Daniel Ephesians Colossians Revelation y r = .' "" .",, .'. .
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Rev. .J.Springs L. Harris Baptist' Church _ __ '. :' !_-:" -. ..r. ...., ., ,' ,"yO ;':J


Rev Darlington Aubrey Baptist Todd:: These' Religious Messages are Being Published Each Week in the DeFuniak Her !dSpo.nsored"-1 :. ,. ::

Liberty Aa.eaabb .....
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; = ., a.. by Following Interested -lndiyidualsIIIIBusiness"Estiblisbmenls, : ,:


Paxton ... ..., ., 0eII ..: .... r i.

." W. A. Whitaker Veteran' Gas Fisher Hardware Co. Fiaher' ,Phai uac7 Quality Store Charles M. Prcscott: -. r M "'y

West End: Asaeeahlr .< ... Company A GOOD HARDWARE STORK PLUMBING':' HEATING V j.!a ''':.

Cary Richards asp IT'BUNNO OAt)-OALU Ue"r A. B. Covell. ,'.' 4 7'
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Cluster Springs Baptist Church' Tit UVm OAK AVX. PiCCy Wiggly CONTRACTOR Rivard Chevrolet :' ,:

George W. .- P.FORD CADETSStandard King & Co. Tile ORIGINAL .......rv.... Company '

:Mossy Head doal N..
Station -
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Comander Funeral
Floyd Garrett "
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OAWAftHlNO. OIL Peoples 1 Water ServiceCompany .Dasllv7 Furniture .Co.. Home .
Argyle Baptist :Mission G"111AIN0 .
Rev. Lee King MERCER COMANOER. WW... Tb. Herald S -, 55
Cheel FercI Co.
Lake Stanley .Gofr. Bead7 Te .
Baptist Chorea OF COASTAL FLORIDA i

S S Rev. Harold. R. Padgett Wear .cu.---.....y H"K.oerUCl"L 'Choctawhatchee .rT .'
Wine Department -
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RITZ THEATRE, YOUR PURINA .
# I Sftnrc DIlALElectric Cooperative '

a ,. V$ ? WMtern Auto .MOVIB AR BETTER Moore Furniture O-v. Inc.ELECTRICAJLT.

q 24 '. -fffj Associate THAM .v.- lent. '.Natleaal BaRk 'tou ENJOY BETTER LIVIRo-- '.: .

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January 16, 17, & 18 LB LB Pkg.1.A 120z.


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SEA PAK< FROZENBREADED : SLICED
: .! GREEN BEANS '
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iblet's I
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6 -12 oz. can_ --98c, f
10 OZ. With $5.00 PlymouthS
PEANUTBUTTER
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FROZEN ti k $ d III INSTANTCOFFEE $1.39

DINNERS 10 Of. Size
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VOLUME 73-PUDLISIrED 1Wf.'IV f TiitiitsOA'\: _ DeFUNJAK SPRINGS nOntDA THURSDAY DECEMBER 16, I96i
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Deach Garden I ot Mrs. Bott'ff cliff trrttV! .Ktrr- Vernon D. Kerr of Mobile was BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTBorn 1 Irvine's DoiS In Top
Club Met With 5rs.\ Bolt looking the Gulf, which: fcjie; has i visitor here on Monday. to Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Ten of Whole State Ornamental Ironwork
naturalized with natl fc plants Mrs. Bernice Caroll of the Mr and Mrs. Lawrence (Carol (Tommy) Fountain of Santa Ana
The regular monthly meeting of Counter attraction to this tour Bethlehem community in Holmes Hussey) Carter of Key West Calif, a daughter, Cynthia Ann. Mr. and Mrs, Johnny Irvine at- MADE TO ORDER
the Seagrova Beach Garden Club was the appearance of a black county! spent Monday here. Florida announce the birth of a en December 10, 1963 laded another beagle hound field Shop Located At
took place Thursday, January 9 I whale washed up at the water's Thomas H. Rlchburg of Columbus son, William Lawrence, Jr., born trial Saturday, Jan 11 In Pen Gaskin"
at the home of Mrs. Harold F. edge in time to give an exciting: Ga., was a business visitor on December. 19, 1963. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT sacola. Their dogs, Garrard Joe
members !climax to the club meeting. I and Lovely Bell
Bott. with the following I here Thursday. on second palce
Maternal is Mrs.
Mary Bryan' Bruns. Publicity grandmother Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Johnson third in the Escaambia
on hand: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kennedy Bert Hussey of DeFuniak Springs. took place
Mesdames C. H. McGee, Sr., C. of Atlanta spent the week end (Annette Fountain) announce the Day Beagle Club championship,
C. McGee, Jr., Russell Haden, .1'. Miss Marvllle Jenner of Pen- here as guests: of his mother, Mrs. birth of a son, Robert David, at which they are members.
J. J. Cox, W, B. Ward Hans Eck- sacola was a visitor here Friday Mllba Kennedy.STATEMENT Rocky Mount, Va., on January 10 These places qualify their dog
inan, Joseph Andres, Steve Bar 1984. in the top ten of the state. They'
rett, M C. Munn, Marvin Carroll ? will compete! for the all Florida
Mary B. Bruns William Fox, .5 Capt. and Mrs. Frank Smith championship in April.
Mathews Wilson and children of Panama City _r
J. George
W. ,
Sam L. Peoples. SI. W. Spinka. I EWALD spent the weekend with Mrs. YOUR CHURCH OR GROUPcan
Mrs. C. H. McGee Jr., President RAHARDT Cti66 Smiths parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. rats $50.00 and more easy
presided, with the assistance C. McCall. and fast. Have 10 members each

of Mrs. Bott's cliff terrace over- Mr. and Mrs. R M. Sawyer and sell only twenty 50c packages my All Work Ciiiaranteed
Andrews, secretary.\! An Import..i PAINTING daughter Maud spent several l lovely> luxurious Prayer Grace
ant topic brought under discussion -jl days in Daytona Beach last week. Table Napkins. Keep $50 for your Campbell Welding
[was the urgency of conservIng ', .. Interior Randall Cawthon of Pensacola treasury. No money needed Free
typical beach and waterfront Exterior TW 4-5341 was a visitor here over the past Samples. Anna Wade, Rt. 3, Box 143 DoFunlak Springs
flora endangered with'extinction, i i week end. 151AB1, Lynchburg Va.UGHT.DURABLE. Dept.// Florida Phone Florala 45691
due to the severity of recent Paper Hanging -
winters. I Wood );Finishing
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After the business session ' .
members were served coffee, tea 512 North 9th St. :i _': :
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CONDITION make Made only by McCULLOCH

Defuniak Springs, Florida

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK: '; you *
How can a
look chain taw. that
DeFUNIAK
SPRINGS, FLORIDA
REPRESENTING CAPITAL
wlht only 2Qppeaathat

.. .. At the Close of Business!: December 31, 1963 twice 4 ''.... weilh.', STOCK COMPANIES

,, and cost morel? McCulloch Automobile Fir
... as know.how II I UM aoswar. You it
y i ASSETSLoanavand let extra tuufng'sowar with tha Windstorm Theft
4 ' lovely 422: ..naml"'". and yeah Ilk. the
; Discounts 2052086.25 bal.MM a handling., \ Exeallant for pulp- Marine Compensation
Overdrafts ;..y..>c'' 354.15 I weed with plunge' pow' guide bar
Banking House 1t "' ': 28,125.07Furniture OTHER iM. nATUKCSInngarup I Surety Bonds Liability

Fixtures ...; > primer rwattto diashrscai. aarbuvtar .Automatic .itwind New Warren Insurance
apd 32279.91 tartar.Woatkarpraaf ituWaa .Resell caatrala.Flub art in\t\
Stock Federal Reserve Bank .. u. '; E!> Y' 6000.00 GOFF'SReadyToWear IDEAL CHOICE' fOIl FARM Of LICHT CONSnVCTION Building across >tracks
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United States Government Bonds 1882381.58
? $ from Service Drug Co.
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Other Bonds and Securities 1 ..')j :." 972751.21
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Cash and Due from Banks < "f' 1' ""' '-, "'. ... 1475744.66 WESTERN AUTO *
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.,: Other Assets ,r..,. l dP' '). 4.06 Phone TW 4-8831
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TOTAL.. '3i i: ', I 6446726.89 DeFuniak Springs, Florida D.FUNIAK' SPRINOS FLORIDA


LIABILITIES '; I. -

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Capital ' "tWl' 50000.00

Surplus .'. t .1!?;." 150,000.00
Undivided Profits *? ;, 240362.44
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Reserve for Contingencies 25,000.00 /4 P
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Reserve for Taxes and Dividends 17965.96

Reserve for Interest Collected Unearned 52,911.10 4 I
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.Last the U.S. ,
program year Department
of Agriculture. went all out to -
'., pertuqd wheat farmers to vote'ya favor of a tight system'of wheat produce ,
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: tion controls. These controls would in effect, have given the. Department . ...
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f : UnitedJStates. Fortunately the law_ said that this drastic control could not.. ;

'\ ...' imposed without an approving vote of tiuj thirds of the nation's wheat "'''' .
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farmer And to the .. . ''t'
everlasting credit of the farmer ,
they voted against .. _.., .
regimentation and for a free market.They did'not fall for the p'rop anda"

B4OLOSmnauiisi ;pitch,'nor did they elect to swap their birthright of' freedom! for a'boul of '

.socialistic gravy. To them their independence was more important than high .,

price supports. Principle came first for they knew that in the beginning there
: WHERE --. .is."subsidy" but in the end there is absolute control. .

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same hidden dangers in the rural electric

M.LL..tOU.fV cooperatives which, subsidized with lowrintereat,long-term. government loans,

.FenA.d C.....V' -.....d.I_mM...... t.IS e.....,mwfeU-.KH.<*.trhHmt.t0"iMMMl..... were intended to enable rural areas not already electrified to receive the full' l
e.ali.w\...... C:..*.*t.... c.... m_ K_9.w.r pw fmttn... ..s.wyAl..... ...........-... benefits of electricity. Now with almo t Jill of the nation's
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electricity either from the
cooperatives.financed by the Rural Electrification .<
Administration, a branch of the Agricultural '

......----.i wum.......ra. ata1l ra NIMIMIUI... IIMFUI. Inn 1I.ITUMC M.KTSTM i.KTCTU..fa .to... owned companies, farmers are discovering that Department their electric or cooperatives from investor- '

t being coerced by some bureaucrats into deviating from their original are -

in order to form part of a nation-wide governmental purpose
power system which has _
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b ." aV else eve DeFuniak 01 alerting....people of Northwest Ftorfda to the dang.asl of DUTDOM' I
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S Springs, FloridaI GOTHDM competition I* almost. .v ey Sold of,pdtrata bs.eb., .. .
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Walton Menus I lettuce: : and tomato naiad, grapefruit :potatoes chocolate cake, rolls : Mrs. Roy Burllson spent the ,
orange and apricot, peanut milk. _._-- past weekend with her mother,
JANUARY 20.24 butter cookies rolls milk. Mrs. Mozelle Billiard in Panama .y OW. e Cl a l ryes, el 0
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them .
Monday Ravioli with meat Friday-Turkey and dressing Miss Julia Strickland was a City. Mr Burlison. Joined
meat saauce hamburgers with fishwich. cranberry salad, frozen business visitors in Fort Walton for Sunday dinner and accom-
lettuce and tomatoes steamed mixed vegetables.,. candied sweet Monday January 6th. panied her home..
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cabbage, peach half, cherry cake, F : ) : "

roll Tuesday-Hot milk. dogs, hambur- u1.F p OWER FRIGI DAI 1 1PANY RE

gers, potato salad, English peas, COM
carrot sticks, apple cobbler, milk. FOR ALL, YOUR DRUG AND
Wednesday-Fish squares, min-
ute steaks corn chowder, green PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's
beans, pineapple pudding, corn
sticks. milk.Thursday. .90 Per Week .
$2
Macaroni I and LAUNDRY PAIR for only
cheese, glazed luncheon meat After Down
Payment
slices, hot dogs and potato sUcks I I .

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Dr. J. L. Anderson Rexall Drugs }
Low-priced FRIGIDAIRE
announces the opening of his I Dryer :
office for the Practice of Op- I
tometry in all its phases. Eyes I dries breeze-fresh!
and contact .. .. ,
examined glasses ...
lenses prescribed. ",*
Office IMOUFB: I a With new four-position Fabrics dial, you dry fabrics I
.Monday through Saturday <, > beautifully, dry them just right I
. P.M. '
8:00: A I! to 5:00: .
Closed all day Thursday Gentle Flowing Heat dries breeze-fresh, safer than ;
Cosmetics Gifts = All Occassion = Cards
.: Crestview, Florida v_ sunshine.Tumbles clothes gently on a cushion of air. i
. North Main. St. .
a 602 : Easy-reach, no-stoop lint
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phone MU 2.4014)
.: . screen right on the door. 95 i iNo !
Phone TW 4-2281 "s 149
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\0 't -snag Porcelain
Enameled drum won'tharm
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA :;, t delicate fabrics. Liberal
O vR. Mvdtl DDA-64 TRADES .
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..Jiy: M. "Buddy" Warren Statement of Condition .../:... ;;i,.. :. I with Automatic Soak Cycle! !

The do-it yourself kick I '
bas reached into manyy fields, CA HON STATE BANK GIANT
sometimes with less than ;. .. .- '. 'I. :, '. :', Soaks clothes better In. 12 minutes than you can
results. Take diet ** ... SPRINGS. '. '; 12 LB. overnight. Ideal for diapers work clothes tool!
electrifying .' DeFUNIAK FLORIDA \ : .f :r"5
,.. . lot'
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maddwl.ts. for example. The .', .. ."..'' ,.... t A,k us about Frigidaire underwater Action Zone
Association December 31 1903 TUB !
American Medical .
a X washing-helps get all your wash fabulously clean!
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has warned against the fad of .
reducing blood fat and Cholesterol I Resources Rinses extra-clean OC
by the individual'sown In fresh, running water. ) .'3
planned diet. Cash and Due from Banks $ 756,719.13 219
Spins extra drylDependable '
United States Securities
The AMA stated in part: 2011874.16
"Dieters who believe they can (County, Municipal and Other Bonds 169,914.55' 2938507.84 '< It's the Liberal
cut down their blood cholesterol { Loans and Discounts 523,954.20 Sturdy Frigidaire washer.
with out.medical super- Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 16,997.92 Modtl WOA-C4 TRADES
vision are in for a rude 4 color' ti whit
"+ awakening.< It can't be done. 3479459.96
It could even be dangerous
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danger, however, that ,you/ Liabilities GULF POWER GOMPA3W \
won't be delighted with our Capital Stock 100000.00 i

prescription, service at Service Surplus 100,000.00 Offices and showrooms in: :

Drug Company.end friendly Personal serviceare attention Undivided Profits 58,053.42' $ 258,053.42 BoniUy, Cr.itr!.w, Chipley DeFunialc Springs, Fort Walton Bach : i
Interest Collected but Not Earned
our maIn stock In trade. 16,205.86 Gr..cev! Milton NicevilU, Panama City and ntacoU.:
Rely on Service Drug Com Deposits 3,194.897.16 i

pany. Certified and Officers' Checks .. 10,227.34 CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON! .
Other;Liabilities 76.18
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Chevrolet's new low-cost quality delivery truck! *. I' .

We will have several hand and
good buyers on we
This introduces you to Chevy-Van-our new economy and out. Certain sections are treated with.high-zinc

deliverytruck. content primers; others with an aluminum-wax believe your stock will bring: fair prices and will. welcome '
It has a low price tag over 40 sq. ft. of completely preservative. .
usable flat floor 7M ft. long, the engine up front and The windshield is a big flat practical dne-pfece unit. and appreciate all producers bringing in live
t.; '8 lot of quality features which make it a better buy. The big 90-hp 4-cylinder standard engine is more '.
The body and frame-floor are welded together. The powerful than some 6s, yet is remarkably economical. stock to this first sale and the sales each Thursday.
truck is strong, rigid, stable. Doors are double-wall If you need more power Chevy-Van offers a 120-hpsix
construction. at extra cost. Side doors and rear.windows
Chevy-Van has unusual resistance to rust zI. 7 also cost extra. Grand Re-Opening Celebration and Barbecue will be

and corrosion. Especially vulnerable areas Last but not least it's a Chevrolet. Which held the latter part of February.
that it is built to work for
means
such as front stepwells are galvanized. aevumr'raver you a long
Sealers are used at all critical Joints Inside JUWMTI COif....' time at minimum cost.

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in fiscal matters. If this Johnson ("image" Florida Merit SystemExams Miss Bernice Gaede and Mrs. -,- .

THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined persists, the theory goes it could undercutthe Early: In Year last Hewett week LIndsey in Pensacola spent; :Friday of '" .. .

with TilE BREEZE Goldwater appeal conservatives.: Examinations of special im- Mrs. Alma Hinote returned to I "'
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portance to high school graduates Montgomery Friday after a two
However much or little validity such speculation 7atii'
DeFuniak Springs Florida considering employment with weeks visit here with her par- .
Published Every Thursday at contains, it as least suggests that various state agencies will be ents. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Blake ,- ..

DeFuniak Springs, Florida President Johnson has not misread the conducted early In 1964, accordIng Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Parish III,
to Florida Merit System Dir- left Sunday enroute to Fort Stewart \1/411AolI';
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area meaning of the Goldwater phenomenon. And ector, Gerald L. Howell Savannah, Ga.. after spending .

From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico indeed the evidence of a conservative mood High school graduates with no several days visiting their i

Second-Class Postage Paid for lack of a better phrase, in the countryhas formal work experience, as wellas parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom And-
persons having a recognized rews and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff \f( "mmlfJt/
II. C. STORKS;Publisher 1824-1803 long been abundant. / equivalency certificate, may chain Parish Jr.Eaton.

HOWARD STORES Editor, Publisher The evidence we have in mind is not the application blanks at all offices -
of the Florida State Employment
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SUBSCRIPTION: over-emphasizing vocalizing of the so-called > Service.'Adequate trainIng Real Estate &

Walton and Adjoining CounU *-_* ,00 Per Year extremists. They do represent 'a reaction to matched to job standards by

Other __,______-_'____-___$3-00 Per Year all the years of mislabeled ,liberalism, and central. office Merit System per- Insurance Agency When you entrust your prescription to'
sonnel In Tallahassee serves to your: druggist ydu want .to be sure that it
do include But
FIRE
they well-intentioned people. AUTOMOBILE -
to exami- o
admit every applicant will he filled by someone well qualified in
by the nature and tone of their stated views nations for which he qualifies INSURANCEnONDS w. 'or.Vhen
Bible Verse this line of (>ndca you bring your
they are on the political flrfn e. the director said, and applicants L + 'prescription to SERVICE DRUG CO. you
thou hast nations, qualifying on these tests will be ,
Because spoiled many ,
Rather the evidence is in the millions of I ranked to fill existing and future We represent STROUT can always be sure it will be filled by a
all the remnant of the people shall spoil
REALTYIn Registered PharmacM. Dial TW 4.5911 for
Americans voters who believe the pendulumhas vacancies during the year-long of
thee; because of men's blood, and for the all Job registers.. Real Estate since 1900 delh'eryservice, for your prescription. L
too far toward the centralizationof -
violence of the land, of the day, and all that swung Applications' received by January New Location '
authority in Washington. They would 23, will provide candidate ( *
dwell therem.Hab. 2:8: not. dismantle the whole of the past 30 admittance cards to high school Lake Stanley FOR THE' DO ''IT' YOURSELF<" MAN\ r

graduates'on the February 8 TW 6-4441 "WESTERN'AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE has .
but believe that much'more
years, they restraint statewide examination for Bio.
a complete l line of Wizard power tools. They
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Federal l Grant Permits ExtensionA on the Federal establishment arid logical Aide I, Clerk I, Clerk DeFuniak Springs; Fla. have paws, drills,'sandingmachines and tools t

federal grand of $77,000 will enable the spending is necessary for the nation's continued Typist I, Dental Assistant, to fit 'any purpose. Before you purchase any II
Draftsman 1. Duplicating Equip power .fool,you really must see and compare
with its system in economic and politcal health.
city to go ahead sewer ment Operator' 1, EngineeringAide \ tho quality line of Wizard from WESTERN

a considerable area in the west part of the Because these people are so rarely offereda 1, Laboratory Aide. Photographic We Would Like ',AUTO;" "
Technician 1, Racing Lab
I municipality. No matter why the lines were clear political choice, they feel disfran .
Technician J, Radio Operator, ;f
To Be Your -._ ..
not extended and hooked up with the disposal chised. Accordingly they have turned .TO Stenographer-1, Switchboard

I plant when the system was .intalled, Mr. Goldwater in '!large numbers Operator 1;.Transcriber Operator, INSURANCE The holiday season is almost here and

)"TI this service badly needed and will constitute -' Certainly the mood of moderation la re- and"X-The office.y Technician positions of 1. Clerk AGENTHere ; .quite naturally you are going to decorate'

I a very real improvement. flected in Congress, not just in the past"unproductive" Typist 1, Stenography 1 and (I" your home for the in occasic beautiful McLEAN floral deeora-FLOR-
IST
specializes
Ik I-\ ,Fortunately, this turning loose of federal session ,but for quite a few I Tanscrlber passage of,)a Operator. performance require test are our qualifications' tions. They have door wreathes along with

funds for the project'' coincides g : very closely years. Actually. Congress did. quite .a bit,' plor to the' written examination Experience Since: 1935 all kinds of flowers bolt live and artificial

with the recent refunding sewer bonds;; though', not "all it waasked.to do.The cur- with such performance tests We're for your interior decor. Stop by today.
available
scheduled week at offices Dependable
in fact the,validation of the new bonds (at .every .
,
rent criticismrof 'thC'El1ed31y'eAky' ma ..
of the Ilorida State Employment on a 24 hour basis 7
I For the I lady'that.likes to do her owning sew }
considerably lower: .1 interest) also provides chinery of Congress,: moreover, misses.,one Service.. I days a week.
bonds to finance this -Mr. "*'and 'Mr Gary Alford I :I suggest a visit CARP'S. They< carrya
.;, for the validation. of the main points., Thp. .lajvjnakers, ,sense, spent 'Saturday *in Crestview as Prompt Claim Service Our : complete line of piece goods at reasonable

revenue-producing: project. ,f as they must, that the*c The Council, which of'course deserves cre- for all sorts of radical l new :;;legislation.. Dudley. agency business.opened its doors for. Simplicity Patterns and sewing notions.

dit for the improvement has been very There is much to be*.said for a Congress unproductive '. ,,1 VTr-' Ben Davis, spent last weekIn Why not', drop by and just brow.e around ;
considerably aided and guided in the long Gainesville. Reasonable Rates We've ,I am sure 'you will find something you like.
of dubious. or bad laws. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith have searched the country. for ,.
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1 and tedious procedure necessary; in getting A generally conservative ,viewpoint find,, a*' their peAt this week Mr. and companies offering the .. .Don't put off replaying that old worn out
Angus Andrews, city at Mrs.: Luther Ard and ion and most for your money.
the feeral funds by attractive embodiment ,. Range any longer. ot when WEST FLORiDA
of course, a particularly Joe and
.' daughter Sue Ard of ., '
closely with the GAS CO. is offering .such valueson
torney. lie has worked very Jasper, Pla.Mr. : good
,\ in Mr. Goldwater.a manof'great personal ''
to We would like to be your the famous Caloric and Brown' Gas Range.
through the whole procedure up ,) Billy McDonald of FSU,
group work is scheduled to start in charm. It is not :Mr: Goldwater's per spent, the., holidays here. Agent! } They have terms to rieet any and all budgets. J'
this point. The sonality, however, that created ;the ,mood,; Johnnie Cawthon returned'! Sat- .:? -. They will install also. If a new washer is In
no more than 120 days. his political stature has risen because,''the urday from ,a weeks visit with Harris Insurance .3.. your future, then I suggest you see the
000- his 'aunt ,and family, Mrs. Ash- ,1 ;,. "" w Beautiful New l\Jayta( which is one of the !t
I mood was there and waiting for a spokes ly Carpenter of Louisville, Agency .
One of the interesting things about getting Ky. world's oldest names in washers.
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man. \-1: Miss Nancy Rigell visited relatives Hugh Wheat says "if you want a quality
for the day's work every "\
cranked up t here Friday enroute to TW' 6-2451
recapping job and happen to be in
morning is checking to see what the day's The politicans, we.think, can no longer Panama City. that he will give a hurry" yhe
one 'day service
you less.
mail has brought.'On: a typical morning- afford to ignore the trend toward moderation ala Mrs., spent Ilean Sunday McDonald here of guest Flor-of DeFuniak Springs, Fla. can .alSirlet. you borrow a loan or lire .. I

Friday, as we were preparing to set up this or conservatism or whatever ,it be Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Davis. ] until he has finished your tire. lie recaps ;
column-here is a sample of what is moreor called. The President evidently is not ignoring I: all popular size tires and the job he does is MTtlfll.

less true, morning: First was an it, and there are faint signs suggestingsome terrific. There is a. guarantee'on\ .each tire, R F )
every the I "
ea cul !
e I you ;(<< Jose. TfiWhen "
Guide .lmf'ta1! possibly
from TV 1.
announcement of somesort of the more liberal Republican possibilities

followed by eight other attempt at free ad. may intend to downplay their liber ... .. r you have troubb with Television..

vertising under the guise of "nes releases. alism. At any' rate, with a conservative in !! i Radio or Stereo you naturally want someone1P -
that is well experienced in this fie'd: to repair
it r This was follow by a check for a subscription the race, fundamental issues can nowr'be de.. l it for you. Take it Dub Grice and George

and then another "news story" about an bated. Owen at RAINBOW ELECTRONICS located

auto race in South Florida which wanted a For ourselves, we would not try to evaluate m on U. S. Hwy. 90 West. They have over ten
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little free publicity. Three more attempts at Sen. Goldwater's nomination prospectsor years experience and guarantee every job
that is turned out of
their
free advertising followed, and then another judge whether he or any other Republican shop.
People come from far and wide to eat at
check anJ for a change a legitimate news can win this year's election.: But we MOM\ AND DAD'S RESTAURUANT locatedon

story concerning a meeting of area nurses. consider it a matter of significance and value U. S. Hwy. 90 West, for they are goingto

The Insurance Information Institute and a that he is draamatizing the 'existence be treated to the meal of a life time. They .
Marketing service, both from Atlanta, some- of more than one philosophy in American make the'most'delicious Spaghetti and Meat r it"t';
Balls to be found anywhere. You also should ., .,
For that.
Manufacturers .
Lumber Journal:
National politics. The Wall Street <
thing from "
the
try their Ravioli and be sure not to forget J F:
I Association in Washington, the Na- oOo their Ground Beef Parmigiana with Spag- J. ': ...

tion Institute .of Laundering and then two The Bige Bite'The Girl hetti. d

more "news releases followed. Of course inflationary; ,tendency:In the past few Special . t\1 .The- Shoe Center in DeFuniak Springs! forth
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and Children is MILLER'S. They a
carry
there were serveral newspapers magazines years la shown In the foUoinsfigures com- '
'y
'., .,complete line of Charm Step and Ed White
mixed in with the flood of publicity piled by the Tax Foundation: ;"..:' ",' '. in Your Life -- '. ,s,>rz, for the girls and E. J.:'s by Endicott Johnson

eeeking items. It ,is not hard to weed them If your income in 1940 was,3.000 a year : ....... for both girls and boys. They also have the

out and we have had enough years practice 'you must now earn $7,451 just to stay:even ., \ world famous brand of Mother Goose for
engagement '
A wiele'yarfety of the latest styles in and
31 gO all : w + both girls'and So mothers
boys.
in doing it that we could probably -an Increase of, 148 per:' cent. If you made put your
closed and Wedding riajts. See oar selection before buy. < shopping/ worries away and just drop by
through the mall with' our eyes $5,000 a year;in '1940 you now must make you. '':
not miss a one. We" suppose the writers of $12,832'a year to relatively ,as well off -.

the free stuff have to live'like'anybody elseso as you were 23, yearsa go. This, is an" in- RHODES. JEWELERS, ry::1 .. RY'I .know KOERBER you)'will, "Florida's find the Finest slogan of j

it's quite all crease of 157 per cent. t'. '. :
than .
right.oOo more Just'a slogan. There is a
9th St. DeFnniak) Fla.
------- If you made'a"nunuch as $7,500 then you Springs. why- ne\ilia': spotlessly"'clean plant.IIENII'

Senator Goldwater's Political Service must make $19,896 a year to stay:even and ... .".,,:..'.,,1 40,000 chickens 'are processed daily ;

Whatever the political future may hold if you were in,the $10,000 a year .bracket: .,- here in..DeFuniak.Springs,with each 1
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already :.: . government.inspected.,
for him, Sen. Barry Goldwater has then you now 'must make I$26,888::'a year "

performed a political service of, no small just to be as well off as you were"' 23 years ,, \.,:. .: have found that the slogan, "When
dimensions. lie has demonstrated to the politicians ago. This Is an increase of, 169 per cent. Inflation '.', ,think: of HardwareVlhinK of Fishers. you-: r
mean
that a man of what are called con hasn't 'caused all the:'difference of TAX $ -:& ,:. '1 Just exactly what its says. For FISHER

servative views can exert powerful voter course constantly increasing;:.taxes. have A.SSESSOR'Ss !;ij. HARDWARE CO. has almost everything
s for the home and the lortsman.: With sucha
added their bit.' iWhere's t
appeal.
I ,
I complete. selection of
would not findthis necessary and use-
the end? NOTICE-1
Most people, we suppose have ful ,items,. FISHER'S could easily become
,But most politicians -oOo-r tob
surprising. 7 ,,; yeir one-t )hopping center.
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been acting for year, even decades, as Heart be thou the:sunflower,. not only to '" ,.(.I'' 1 __ isi:if. say." !'LI"
though only an ,advocate or imitator of receive God's blessing, but constant.i ifl..look The law requires that you make 3-V I" N"w..ls, the time to let IUVARD CHEVROLET
to win .. J full return of all >owned COMPANY "Winteri/e" -
Democratic 'liberalism'5' could ,hope ing to 1IIm.-Richter'' property by; your car. ,

the White House. The: growth of the Gold- Wake the serpent not-lest he you as of January 1, 1963. to the Tax' You'can, hoses save, fan money belts by and having cooling your checked antifreeze .

water movement last year, however, made Should not know the way to &o.-- Assessor at full cash value and any.* before the first big ,freeze. It will be too f'!,

the' Senator the front-runner for the Re- 'Let him crawl which yet lies sleeping other exemptions you may be entitled -' late( after this has happened. 'Many people .:

pub'!lcm' : nomination, and few observers Through the deep crass of the meadow!! to.Make let their car freeze: up every year costing r,\.;;;::'

7 were any more willing" to rule him complete Not a bee shall hear him creeping, them many times more than a'simple check '
would cost
out of the Presidential race. Not a may-fly shall awaken your returns from January now.
ly; . :..-_ -4e, The new cars are prettier than ever this
The new situation following the assas- From its cradinsbluebell'shaken i 1, 1964. through March 31, 964. and the place to go for a low interest

station of President Kennedy is said to Not the starlight as he's sliding loan is the FIRST NATIONAL

i U have diminIshed' 11.Goldwater's\ chances Through the grass with silent gliding.Percy The law requires that for homestead sometimes caned the Friendly Bank.

M for nomination or election if nominated, Shelley I exemption your deed or con eyear> are most Stop anxious by today to prove and how they frlen will-
arc.
though he hmself has now formally com- -oOo--- tract for title must be on record at to explain any of the fine services

mitted himself to the contest. If his chances Gems of Thought . The Open Heart the time of claiming: exemptions. ... I offer.

are in fact dimmer, the reasons are somewhat .Minds are like parachutes-they function For the finest meats and seafoods I eo> ,
a Dewar' HUBERT ADKINSON to CASEY'S' IGA DISCOUNT FOODLINER.;
ironic. when they are open.-- .
,e* President Johnson IsfromUhe They feature. the finest cuts of Tablerite -
It's not only that Assessor Brand meats. Alll meats are pre-packed for ...
Tax
rat where Mr. Goldwater has There is dew in flower and not in an- 1
'. 't South, one sanitary purposes, but they will special;; cut '>
'- lot" of,his strength. It's also that Mr. John- other, because one opens Its cup and takesit Walton County Florida ,any. piex i g>f meat to your individual speci -
a
onrl l'giving' the appearance of being more In, while the other"clo8 itself, and it fications.. They always have fresh ground .

? J tlve than Mr. Kennedy particularly.conaerwa runs off__Beecher ..... hamburger. .. t and. fresh pork sausage. ,f
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73-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THE DeFUNTAK;>>! :R -DftEJ2E'r! ....1.8; :. ;THURSDAY DECEMBER 16. 194I .

JOE WALLS BUSINESS MACHINES FREE USrXMF R CARPET -
,.Delia FOR RENT: SMALL 2-BEDROOM .
Kap LEGAL
a Gantma-Pays: .Stile*. & Service. De- Shalnpooeg'af1tb'purchsse: of Blue NOTICE
Tribute To Mrs.\ Carlan unfurnished house. Fred
Funlak P'Ja. W 6-4141. Free Lustre shampoo. Fisher HardwareCo.
I Baker Dec20tf ..
SOCIAL I ACTIVITIES.I estimates op repair also Free pick14iPs' AIVfc.KTIStMENT: FOR BIDS
I Eta chapter of D 1 ALTERATION
1\1.\ .>.&apparfmma"h" j 'n4 delivery. BEAUTY SHOP OPENS.JudY' !: AND ADDITIONS
}d Tnemart"stseY. !<: for PIANO LESSONS: i AM AT WALTON COUNTY to
HOSPITAL
Mar East' hotel: Mrs: "Carlan"! "is r j'l M. WALTER CORP. HAS Hall announces the open- home and can take a limited Del"uniak Spring. Florida

ton Beach Saturday at the, Mlra,*...oPp;(.:two three bedroom houses do Ing Leon of her Florida Beauty on Shop East in Highway Ponce I number of "pupils specializing in Walton Sealed County'Ida will Hospital be received DeFuntak by the

Mar EaEst hotel. Mrs. Carlan il. and;'lots with small down pay- Grades One Two and Three, also Springs. Florida, until!
90 next to Artesia ,Motel. Hours'are :.i: .. ,
uu !' m o. a t
immediate past-president qf Eta ments,.and low monthly payments from 8 to 5 Monday throughSaturday. I adult beginners. Mrs. Bessie H. ruascm. February is IBM
r chapter serving the 1960.62 term Pho: ;tr.W' 6- 251. 2t 1-16,23 Jenkins, 1205 Live Oak Ave. At the County Commissionercirictf ..
Telephone No. TE 6- ,
y, and as long as she was ,able tooR : 1:9.: 16 pd.VETERAN'S. DeFunlak Court House.
2534. ltpd. Spring Floridaa
VETERAN'S BUTANE GAS CO.
an active part in all the,activitiesof FOR
the organization. J I 711 W. Liveoak Ave. I BUTANE GAS CO. ( ) Caneral Construction
J For HIGHEST QUALITYand J W. Live Oak Ave. Eta Chapter of Delta Kapp PH. TW S-7041 24 hr. Service DEPENDABILITYIts 711 (0)) lh.od Service.. Equipment J.
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Gamma is made tip of members ;35,000 TU Space Heater $29.93 24 Hr. Service (Cd) elevators.
BTU 2593 Phone TW 6-7041 at whl-ri time and place they will
28000 Space Heater
from Escambia, Walton, Okalooja be publicly opened and read ,,
and Santa Rosa counties. 50JOOO( BTU Floor Furnace 129.93 SINGERSEWING MAYTAG HALO OF HEAT Plana, specifications and contract: ,
Y ,!1FY All models Maytag Washers and MACHINES Gas Dryer DG 101 $ 09.95 w-t documents are open to public inapee*
Mrs Alex tton at ;
Caswell was in certain plan rooma. or may be
,, b charge of the service with Mrs dryers. Some as low as $149.95. FLOOR POLISHERS Maytag 'A100 Automatic Recurexl from the Architect: Charles ;
35,000( BTU Recessed Vented Wall TYPEWRITE Washer Electric $19 .85 wt H. McCauley, Associates. ivIT Firth J
Cathryn Cawthon Mrs. Ermnabel Avenue South Birmingham Alabama
jli Jones and Mrs. J. T. Blackshear heater with safety pilot and VACCUM CLEANERSTW 3f" Enterprise. Gas Range upon' the deposit of 4O.OO for each 'set!: j I
thermostaat. $129.95. 6-3871 $149.OS w.t The full amount of the deposit for )j
I IY taking part. Red roses, the Delta up to two sets of documents will be
14 5 cu. ft DcLux Frost Free \ 30" Enterprise Gas RangeD returned to each I
MRS. M. M. nuu'r.Jan. General Contractor
Kapa Gamma flower, were placedas ,... ,
Gibson Refrigerator $399.95. 2t: . 16-23 .. .,..... ., 5'' ,49.16 I and one net to each Special Equipment ;
a tribute to hec; memory Her Contractor who submits a bid direct ,
memoirs read dur< the service We do all type Service Work for !0.2') Qlb.on RefrigeratorWith to the Owner and return all docu. I
ng L. P. or Natural Gas. SALE AT THE STYLE SHOP \ crisper 'U9.91S.w.t meat in good condition within ten :
revealed an outstanding record of in ((10d.y.) after the opening date of ;
Freeport, Fla., with unheardof 40,000 BTU Cool Cabinet
bids.
Other will be refunded
dedicated.service to the teaching AUSTIN SHOE SHOP reductions. You must see to King Heater with blower $59.95 per aet If returned within tea t25.((10)" c
profession, her family, her ch.urcrVand \:' i-Mr: Austin invites everybodyto believe. Come early for best Used Kelvlnator Refr.' $59.95We days.
Bids must be .
accompanied by
to the local >
community. his new location as a drive selections now. Itchg da all _kind of service work certified check or bid bond In an ,
Following the Memorial Servlctv in convenience. Just honk your L. P. or Natural Gas. amount not less. than ten percent. j
others) appearing on the program! horn as you drive under the LADIES AND GIRLS"' : TIREDof -I t (U0 A%Performance I of the Base Bond. Bid.and a Payment .. 1

Saturday was guest ..speaker, ,. Dry' shed.!; You don't even have to same. old cosmetics? Need Bs> It known that Leonard Zi-pp Bond each the amount of 1OO% r
:
,, Marlon Black, who chose "Auto Set! ,out of your car, come! as you something different, guaranteed filed licensee before of '",the WZEP Federal Radio Communication (AM) hue B'tider.will be eq':1Ir of the successful. :'

1 iq Sh matton. and the Chan e" to Oint are and have your shoes fixed satisfactory? Have lovely com- Commission application for Con.tructlon .- No bid shall be withdrawn for a ,1
permit for P. M Station on period of sixty (<<10/> day after toe
out startling facts taking place In the plexion with vitamin products.
food new. Start new :
3 as year October 3O. 1063 Bald F: M Station scheduled cloning time for the receipt
our world today that greatlyv effect -' right toy walking'Tight with new Beautiful lipstic shades, Vita-tint to operate on Channel. 270 with a of bids Right Is re*-no.... to waive.

J 7 (per our lives: Miss Maude Saun- heels and soles. You will receiveS make up. colognes, perfumes, etc. frequency of 1.of 8 kilowatt 1031 Megacycles. Antenna. with height apower to Informant reject. M any. select or all\ alternates bid. la, event and.

ders led a beautiful devotional & H Green stamps with}| everypurchase Priced to save you money too. above. average. terrain of 17889 feet. such appear to be In the Interest.;
Jt1 using "Thoughts for the New-. It Is located on 8th Specials everyday. Call TW 0- With located studio at goo and North transmitter 12th Street to be In of the Walton Owner
a fy,rw Ii4 ry1'$ taPear".: as her sublect, "*..f*" .st 1p d Gulf Appliance. 3791 after 8 pm. for further DePuniak Springs Walton County. DcFunla County Springe Hospital Florida ::1
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Others from .DeFunlafcLattendInst = Austin, owner details Flortda.3t Lee M. Thomaa, Adndal.tirtor.3tJ.n.
t1 t1ii ,r jgu .agwV AOT, : _:. :rI'A.. _-. -, -. ., : 1'7"15-23-30 16. 23. 30
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meeting l were""lII\o'\. Grey -

5 Wilson.. ,.Mtfsses Rath, and 'Lutfle
Anderson! and Mrs. Ina. ,Thomp80n' .. >'
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XMrt A. .JT. Bullard. ,>'Jffsoon' ;
after 'Christmas to.,spend three w:: e
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m'9hth.. of the winter: in.' Ocara. :I :;

ii She plans to return sometime: in ."

1 .___._______.p>" ... ., _.... ._.. _" ..,n . .. . March to her' home herejuc- i'M'r i *II '.;-' '': s sy
and Mr. .G Bycort[F/flmajr :

Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Hedger, DeFunlak Springs, Florida of Jacksonville, -\yer guest 'on ; .fvR [ /
announce the engagement of their daughter, Priscilla Saturday of Mrs. MaUe.DouKlass.;; 199'r1e tT
Ann to Lawrence nCox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Mr. and Mrs. Teddy' peShazd

Cox Highland View, Florida. of Panama City were.:!visiting
Miss Hedger was graduated from Walton high school, their parents, Mr and1: 'Mrs* '11.1 l' '.. ,

DeFuniarTSpnngs, and IS a sophomore at Southeastern Bible C. Hodges and Mr..' and Mrj j

College, Birmingham, Alabama.Mr Woodrow DeShazo 'k '-1 I ;.. 2 '.l. f
Cox attended Port. St. Joe high school and was Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Gardner Of I]

graduated from Toccoa Falls Aacademy. Toccoa Falls, Harrodsburg. Ky:, parents, of Mrs.I J

Georgia. He is a junior at Southeastern Bible College, Birmingham W p. Wlllham, aa' gut of' Rev .. ,
-" Alabama. nnad Mrs..:W. O. 'Wlllham.: /
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Not definite plans have been made for the wedding. FOR 8ALE: GUERNSEY Cows, ;

$125.00. Some ready.-t: -tresjien, Packages Frozen Food
Junior Gardeners Report James Kosch from Riverside, $150.00. Varin's Dairy, UfWajjvfeSN '.3. : i ;';
Calif., spent Sunday with his cousin ., DeFunlak Springs, Fla.r.;>- / .
During $re month of Decemberthe Mrs. Robert Mead and family.He Jan 16, 23 pd. :.
Junior Gardeners sponsored a is stationed at Eglin Air Base 'p '

greenery sale and a plant sale and has just returned from a FOR SALE: WATER FRONT I I Free With The Purchase Of:

Our goal': were to finance our tour of duty in France. It had lots, and wooded in lots. On Any :
materials used to make Christmas been ten years since their last Choctawhatchee: Bay, located on

corsages. Our Number two goal meeting. Okaloosa-Walton county ine In
was to plant shrubbery around Mrs. Armeda Gillette of Flint. Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1 t
the annex of the courthouse Mich is expected to arrive on Rox 259, Villa l Tasso, Nlcevllle: GENERAL ELECTRIC !

Number three goal was to put Thursday for a visit with her JACK'S VENETIAN BLIND I . "
plants in the planters 'at Maude parents Mr. and: Mrs. 'Joe Woo- .
Saunders Elementary School and ten and other relatives. Service, Florals, Alabama. We offer j

cur Number four goal was to Sister Monica Margaret of;i New the very best service on repairing FREEZER : ;
blinds. We install -
help the Garden Club with their I Hartford, N. Y. Is expected to arrive Venetian FOOD
cords clean l and
new tapes, or :
lakeyard project.We Saturday for a visit with '
sold $10.40 worth of green- her sister In law, Mrs. E. H. Wal- refinish your blinds for a sum
much less than the price of new
I
ery which paid for our corsage er. .
ones. We manufacture the finest (Limited Time Only) r
material. We appreciate the 30 Miss Carol Stone of Montgomery 1
blinds and drapes.
custom-made
in
citizens who gave us orders for and Pensacola was here on .
For courteous salesman to call
business Tuesday.Mrs. a
were plant able By to your do the corporation following We we I Madelyn Roundtree from on you, call 8-4613.: HERE ARE THE 199 PACKAGES OF FROZEN FOOD

planted 73 Japanese Boxwoods in Chipley spent,Tuesday here.
the planters at Maude Saunders William Merritt and mother of YOU RECEIVE ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE

Elementary at the annex of the Pensacola were business visitors '
3 Beef
1' courthouse we planted 35 Bur- here on Sunday, Mr. Merritt will r NO ti Pot ea. Pie
ford's Dwarf Holley three podo- be an employee of the local officeof
carpus. and two spreading juni- the Department of Public 2 ea. ChickenPot : i '0

pers. We donated the following Welfare beginning January 20. \ / Pie :
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left Eglin Ea.-Turkey
the lakeyard Twelve burfordl Mrs. M. T. Fountain :'. -
roily plants, 20 sweet Rum shrubs Field Saturday for Rocky Mount, J...V. LAWSON OWNER %. ,., .. Pot Pie
V. '
and 50 dogwood. shrubs. Va., for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. ,' , 6 Ea. Chopped
Linda Prescott Robert John.on and to see the ': THUR r* IDAY 7 Beef

News Reporter I new grandchild. 2 ea. Cream Pie o.
Lucius Bloodworth of Bradenton I t' ;, Chocolate '

Mrs' IV IT McSwaln returned spent one day last week here' i' 2 ea. Cream Pie'. '

home. Saturday after spending a visiting old friends. He Is a former; .; r Strawberr

few week in Gainesville.; She resident of DeFunlak' Spring 2 ea. Cream Pie ..

was accompanied by her son and Mrs. Ina Thompson, of Tallahassee 1-. / t .. . Coconut '
dauphter.'n-law' Mr. and Mrs. D.I| spent the weekend here 6 ea. Waffle .:

II; McSwaln. Jr 'with relatives. _,_o-- .N w' ,. 6 ea. Lemonade .
6 ea. Grape Juice -
R 4 '
,6 Butter
ea.

OOLOAsATU1 .... ,__ _ YnITo1.l e Beans (Speckled)
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FVALUATION DAY SPECIALS ... : 6 ea. Brocolli
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Friday, Jan. 17, from 10 a.m. to 6 pm: I' ...r... "...,"' '\ .r. '... -6 ea. Cream Corn
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I tpAl'Ye ,....'.,t I 6 ea. Mustard
...:T'f .. ( 6 ea. Butter Beans
HOT DOGS lOc
DOUBLE FE TORE '
1 'f f' 6 ea. Baby Limas t;,,

B .'. '. 1 : rlt : ., ""' 6 ea,. Cut Green Beans r '.

a FRENCH FRIES 15c EACH 9WEO THE OTHER Hlf LIFE,. / IJ w...1 END THE M N'c 6 ea. June Peas ''r .
; J 1 6- ea. Cream Peas

( DRINKS r w .. 08c .. .J# KICK DOUGLAS' I r.r.....""'I ,' MOP I N d-U r- t 9 ea: Black Eye Peas .t
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pl to NUISANCE '... 9 ea. Peas & Carrots

..._, 9 ea. Squash
i (Many Other Bargains!) --s. '
1 M Reg.."19.95 "" ,'. '' 9'ea.' Turnip Greens
RR smey ->6 ea., Turnips w-root
-ALSO-
I ; Now, 9.95 \:.f.! '. 6 ea. Whole Okra

1 a r ... -1.." .'i.": 6 ea.& ea.Onion Mixed Rings e.,
FLOUNDER STEAK BASKET $1.05 vivs ***
tlaulWllll'11a61ma1 ,, Mo to d 1 T r" '-,Vegetables

(French Fries, Salad Slaw, Tartar : To cooii tMcr 9 ea. French Fries
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(9oz.
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I Sauce, Buttered Bun, Beverage, ... I ?
'j ; .I- PLUS_ .. 9 ea. Collards i
Tasty Freez Sundae) 13.4 Cu.14 iolorl olr/ltor alwa Ira/ o.111sMasODELCA 6. ea. Whole Kernel ,
5T>1 Corn
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: Jan. 23 6 ea. French Style
Commencing on Thursday 4 1
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Beans
Holds 469
up to Ibs. of Frozen Food. Faster treezJna'4'
f 0 j ea. Okra
CATTLEMEN'S SPECIAL 82c .Just set temperature and forget Itl -th fr..zr your protoctfon.VOLtmIE ..'' Tomato and .

I if KICftON MOORS Iv 6 ea. Cauliflower

Steak Sandwich with Fries

1 and Regular Shake

SUN.MON.TUES'i ,
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VOLUME& PUBLISHED EVERY .'1)1! TiRar1A'V DoFUNlAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA.
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persona claiming tight Jro'ftC2 Inb.. City of DePunlaSprings. County Florida
published
L QAL NOTICESNOTICE or interest in, o-n lien UUtt.r.al Notice U hereby at.baa. I, Robert Florida. and of general clr Hworn complaint having been filed them ttu'Ouah or or olalrauainterest under them,, or either ol TIIOMPI8ON oM W1ILL.: MaLean BuU4.
property Herein described Cope......... who was oonvletext' in mulattos In said city of DeFunlakBpniK by the above-named plaintiff in the to waJ.t.oD Inthai lag j.I.r. O. Box 57' Dertinlak Sinnet
cr) any part thereof. the Circuit Court G.f Walton County. once each week" for at leas re-entitled' Court in the above- deed .* Lou 23 Co\tDt7. Florid :' not .later than :
OF APPLICATION Ielendante.THE Florida at th. September term thereof three (3> consecutive. week prior to entitled cause of action entitling the Town of Santa Rosa,and 24.Block Sil. 19JS4. If you fall to do M a Decree*Pro
FOR TAX DEED : STATE OF .FLORIDA TO: A. D. 1935. of the offense of Receiving the said :29 day of January. 1V64. the plaintiffs to this notice you and each J"Iorida. Walton County. '*... will be entered against
LAWS OF 1M1 ANNUl: CIKICKJS, the widow of Stolen Ooods, and s." first publication thereof to be at of are hereby notified that a for the In the you
Notice U hereby given that David Armor. Orlggs, HATTIE: CARROLL. therefor to 9 years, will apply: least eighteen ((18) days before Bald orr.r.flied . foreclosure: suit has been b1 the plaintiffs: 'in ha the ln t..been filed Jlalnt.; {hY.attWa, fOrec:1....>m.:
Roma, the bolder ol the JollowlnacerUflcatea <: <: the widow of J. JI:. Carroll clemency t.GAe State Board of Pardons date, and name 1. hereby declared to af( abet you in the above-named I In -entltled The Property proceeded
baa lUed wan .certuicates their heirs" a...Iama, admlnlaUatara TaUab...... Florida at Its ..1. constitute notice of the propertyowner. Court by the .above-plaintiff seeking. i tlon I then Rabthe-plaintiffs' .this against ?.:
for a tax deed to b. issued thereon executor: grantees Ilenors an<* regular meeting taxpayers.. citizens and. others to foreclose, his lien In the aboveclevcrlbed . I notice. you and each to A portion of Government. Lot 65
Tbe oeruflcate number and ysari oiasuanoe any persons claiming any right iBERT: COPELAND having or claiming any right.. title orIl1te..t property, and you are hereby notified. than a you are hereby situate In Section 3O. Township a
the description of the prowa'u.a title or interest In. or lien upon ....-.-.-.--;. In said city or the propertytherein notified. ...nd.. required to serve_ upon suit baa h..n ? i.. mortgage. __&(...__o. _loreocloaure_h, ._ South Range 21 West, described
: the which I tOertlteoate the real property herein describedor Jan t. I'. 1904 commanding and requiringthem piainuusattorney a copy of your fcbove-named- oiurtary - ..u .n ..n. .. follows: lira-lnlng"" at the south
are ..mlollaws: any part thereof. to show cause If any they haveor answer or written" d..n.... If any, to named :plaintiff. by the above. west corner ot the NEU: of the
No. 2WI. Year of Issuance UKEEriNOa: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE1 COURTIN If any there be, to said Court at the complaint. in said cause and to their lien In the seeking 1 to foreclose. I BKH Sec 30. Township 2 South
19O1. eacriptlon of Property Lola 1 1 oar are ..rr.t:: edb..tha-: AND FOR WALTON COUNTY the Court House at DrFunlsk Springs file the original( of such answer or and you are.bo"-deacrLhed her.b property Range I 21 West atat. of Florida,
thru S3 fclk 11. Orange Park 13.9. Bee: proceeding to title FLORIDAIN Florida, on said :29th day of January written defenses with the Clerk of the required to serve .notified and thence go North a distance of MO
icon 94. Township 4 North. Kangs 21 wrought in the Circuit Court of Wai RE: ESTATE OF MILBRA 1964 1 at said hour of 10:OU clock A.M.: Circuit Court of Walton County Flor- record for the upon attorney of feet to a point thence go East
West. Name in which: assessed ..pl. tan<: county Florida, against Ann MOORE.!: Deoeaaed. why said revenue bond. and the Ida on r before the 14 day of Feb>> your answer or plaintiffs a cop of a distance of 16 feet to the point
tal Development Co. Origgs and Rattle Carroll, and all persons NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll proceedings Incident thereto should 1'Ua11164., pwritten defense. If of beginning; of the parcel described
CerUXtoate No. 2IM. Tear of Issuance claiming any estate, right. UU creditors of the estate of Mil- not be validated and confirmed by a This notice" shall be published each ::J.. andhto the the :orlglnal of -said: horrln. thence continue
10O1. PeeeripUon of Property '"Par: or interest In. or lien \I.PODAe fgA.lowln& bra Moore deceased, are hereby notified decree of this Court In conformity to week. : for four consecutive week in an.w.r 01" written east a distance of 149 feet to a
and -. tnru OO Blk II. Orange k described real property situate and required to file any .claimsor th. prayer aet forth In said Petition Th DeFunlsk Herald, a weekly newafV'f Clerlt of the C1reult defense with the point thence HO south 200 feet to
J-U Section 3e.. Towashtp 4 North In Walton County Florida, to-wlt: demand: which they may have and I pursuant to the laws of the State published in Walton County I County. Florida efore W.lton l a point thence DO West 149 feet
Rants. 21 _Weat....Name. _in_.which, asOerUftoate beginning at the Southeast oar against. said estate In the office of 01 Florida In such case mad. and .lurlda..:.:. ......... _____ _ day .. : 1964..or the 14 to a point thence go North 30O
., the County of Walton rovlded.
ner i sue CTonneas quarver Ye.the Judge County p & unUAnAU .s JJel"UDlak: notice shall be IrCLJt0 the point * beginning.
No..300 Year of Issusnc1MH Southeast quarter of Section Florida in the Courthouse .at De- DONE AND ORDERED at. DeFunlak 8prlnlll. Florida' this 7 day of .Jan\l& eartf. for four ublh.hed once WITNESS my hand and the seal .f
< Pi.Prtptton of{ Property Lots 1 24. Township ft North Range It Punlak Springs Florida, within alxcalendar PprtnRs, Florida" In the First Judicial Sry al1HI4.> In rc"The DeFunlsk consecutive weeks" wild Court at Oerunlak Springs, Flor-
thru. 33 Blk 12. Orange Park BDBectioa West, running: thence 35 yards I month front the date of the Circuit of the State of Florida. , this ( E. Leo Andrews newspaper Published Herald in Walton.a weekly Ida. this' 8th day of January A. D.
30. Township 4 North, Rang North and South and 140 yards. first publication of this notice. Each 6 day of January. 1964. Clerk Circuit Court Florida. County 1964.Seal.
21 West, Name in which asieisedC East and West thence running claim or demand must be tn writing Thos. D. Beasley Walton County. Florida OONIi: AND ORDERED: ( ) 11:. LEO: ANDREWS
.pital -Development North and South 35 yard. thence and must. state the place of residence. Judge of the Circuit Court Andrew's*. Adklneon D. <>. 8prlnp. Florida thLe .t DeFunlak Cleric of the Circuit Court
All of old t7Cobeln In the East and West 140 yard to point and poet office address of the clamant of the First Judicial Douglas 10(. .. dy f Jn Walton County Florida
County of Walton State of Florida.Unlessi of beginning. and must be ..-ora to by the circuit of Florida in and or Campbell 6s Andrew. such certificate or certificate claimant his agent, or his attorney for Walton County. P. O. got 326 Andrews 4t I .:Jan le. 23. 30. Feb. o
shall be redeemed according to law ALSO, Southeast. quarter of or It will become void according to 3tt Jan.: 9. 10. 23 ePunlak Mprlr.it.. Florida pier Walton Circuit Court.
the property described in such certi Southeast quarter of Section 34. law. Attorney for Plaintiff. County Florida
floats or certificates will be sold to /lownthip a North Range 19 Wast. This 8 day: of January I9M." THE-CIRCUIT OF f" Jan.: 9. 10, 23 30 Attorneys. for By: JiffdkIDIIOI\:: o.
the highest bidder at the court house Harry Moore Douglas M. Andrew.
door beginning 1:30: P.M. on the firs North half of Northwest quarter J. Tweed McUullen WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA .N Till:: Of Campbell At Andrew.
CIRCUIT
Monday In month of February 1964 of Section 3O Township S Norta. First publication: on January 9. 19O4.4t IN CHANCERY NO. 8121 WALTUN' ( COURT or P. O. Box 32S First National
which U th. day of 3rd. 1864 Range 18 West.. : Jan 9. 10 23 30 ROBERT PENTEL .and BEATRICE IN" 'AUNTY No'L:; DA DRPunak Springs Florida
Dated this 27th day elf December FENDS;,.. PENTEL :
Rand
ROBERT BEAT 4t1 Jai. 0, !s, 2&. 30
.1003. aDd you are hereby required to serve FIRST CIRCUIT COURT OF THE VIJ_ Plaintiff.. PENTEL. his wife. ICE
B. LEO: ANDREWS copies of your answer or other pleadIngs JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN INS Insurance
Clerk of Circuit Court or If any to tb. complaint in Bald PI AND FOR WALTON BILL HASTING and LOUISE VS- "lain tift.. POW CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Agency
W4LTON
OCOUNTY HAST1NO. if living and COUNTY FIRST
if dead
Walton County. Florid. IN CHANCERY
poceedings on or before the tad day
.+tl Jan. 2.23 of Februaray.' 1O64. on Clyde B Wells.attorney NO. 8320CTTT : their unknown heirs devisees and A. fcW1HARRELSOM and MILDA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
HARKEL80N.
OF DeFCNZAK 8PRJNOS.FLORIDA. legatees and any and all persons, husband and wife. NO. un
for plaintiffs, THOMPSON If ,
I. TUB COURT OF THE!: COUNTY Petitioner, firms, or corporations. claiming by. living and If dead, their THOMAR R t1 and GLADYSPlalnUtf. FOR
WELLS. Attorneys at Law. Post Office unknown rein 1.
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devUee FOTr01t.
JUDGE IN AND FOR .. Box va.- through or under them or either and Wife.
WALTON COUNTY. FLORIDA da. and 87.thereafter DePunlak to Springs.file th"the* rHE: STATE OF FLORIDA and thetaxpayers of them or claiming' any right eKttees.firms or. and any and -U persons V8._ ..
3n: re: and title I or Interest to Lots 1 and 2. corporations claiming by
Clerk of said Court the original thereof property owner through BONDS
Block '70 Town of Santa Rosa or under them CINOO PLUMBING COMPANY AUTOMOBILE' FlrH
OF or
GUARDIANSHIP : as prescribed by law. therein settingup elu.e_ of the Town of DeFunlak: 01 them either ,
Barbara A. Randolph Earl F. the estate right title or Interest in. 8p Dp, Florida" including non- Walton Cont,. Florida. title and or claiming any right. INCORPORATED.
Interest
Randolph> Donald O. Luster I reaidents in the property ration, nd
Dennis W. Luster Debra O. Luster I e or>rtv Hen elalmilld upon the bv ecu above Heeds described rail prop set* taxation owning the-refn.property_or_ subjectto NOTICE: TO DEFENDANTSantBai Mans:Laoti 33; 0t1..N k'05: "Down: TilE1TSD STATES OF MARINE' A CASUALTY
Charles P. Luster. Dwight Ken orJudjimeJii.vuCb Deieooant.. I Hastings and Louise Hastings, if living of Defen dance.
Luster and Brlget V. Carpenter. you by default entered against ORDER TO allOW CAUSE !and If 'dead their unknown heir, de. Florida Banta Ron. Wllt.on. County.. TO: ontOO NOTICE OF SUIT
minor. -Iseo. and legatees. and and PLUMBING
BULB M1BI any all
NOTICE WITNESS my hand and the seal of .The above M be persons, firms, or corporations claim Your re Beach, INSUrlANCI
said Court .at DeFunlsk Springs Fl r. cause coming on NOTICE TO DEPEtrDAf14T6nW11. hereby. that
llf TOT: NAME: OF THE STATE OF heard upon the Petition this day filed ng by through or under them or Lam A. has notlned a .A.1
Ida. this 31 day of December, A. D Harrelson been
either of them or claiming Shad Mlida. A. : riled against
FLORIDA TO: herein by the City of DeFunlak Interest Barrelas above. you In
Charlie Lee Luster 1963SEAL: ) B LEO ANDREWS. Sprinter, a municipality: and pollt.lcaleubcU..1a1on in that property in Waited County if dead.busb.nd their' and wife : living, and required.ntltled to fps cause. and that with First National Bank
You are hereby notified that a petition in the County of Walton Florida, described as. Lots I and .. ane legaeea unknown ., devlsse.r Clerk your answer
Clerk of the Court, 01
of guardianship. has been Block 70. Town of Santa Rosa Walton I and any this Going and to '
for letters and State Of Florida, seeking to determine firms Pron..
Walton County Florid or nDd"-L __ copy thereof ...........
filed In the above styled cause in the Colleen Mcb.n.W the authority to issue Sewer r ---- _.-.._. "7. _I'D" upon. u. 0>1. & .
above named Court, and your residence" By Deputy Clerk. Revenue. Sends Series of I"""* of said "- wbOM DUO..rciiW. ir.-. 1.S ;
to alleged therein unknown, city to tne prt-telpil amount of --- .
required 4t.-.Jen 9 10 21 00 -
and you w order and notified 490,000 for the pura-.ee.of paying; theeat ".:
to answer, plead or file other de- of, extension. V. ke> sewer system
feces to said petition herein with the IN THE JI COVET WAaTpp of the city and) for the purpose ..
county: Judge of Walton County Florida COUNTY, ,i .l.8.f.l1R CHANCERY of retiring and refinancing previously. .
and serve a copy thereof on the NO. 827 Issued and outstanding revenue obllatloaa t .
attorney .for_ petitioner I! ,.._on or before. ANNETTE: : H. MURPHY. of aald city/and M'dMertnlbe Q. r
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aDO nob jBvr vn <* tMM ? *wv Plaintiff. legality of the pic e Herein fall not or a degree pro .. sad taken preliminary to and Fn oonction ..
eonfesao will be entered herein against ALFRED EDWARD MURPHY. n. witb .the aaatter of the issuance
of such revenue bonds In- t
Defendant.
TIt'U further ordered that this aotlceand NOTICE or DIVORCE SUIT eluding preivlaion. for the payment
order be published once a week thereof a. to both principal and In .IWlnG.-
NOTICE TO
for four consecutive. weeks, four times : FO/URt1TAAIIMEDTgAU.ER & of aya- [ '
MURPPHV, did SwlnG'.
got publication being sufficient In The PARK. tem anddtthehsproceMs fromcigarette .. p..nd
tstunak Herald, a weekly newspaperin You r.MhZnW..fP'\ suitor a tax as act forth in said
....tJla.t\ec1 Walton Count FloridaAMD divorce baa been filed against :you p.sc..dtep, end king a decree in wait can No r
DON: ORDERED in DePunlakSprings. named Court the title Court to .alda sad eon firm the opener Clamps Needed
In the above by .
Florida, this the 23 day ofDecntr. above. named defendant and that yon _an __ said evenue bond ansaid d- Ice crusher
H\\
A. D. 1963.Joe
Petition now having been pre
are r- file written ana .
Dan Trotman edth': your the Court INST..TLy IIONO',
wer with Clerk of the abcv.amed sated to this Court. an
County Judge: in the premises ---4 ON GON' ,
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Walton County. Florida Court and to ,serve a copy bef.ri.J8tu1Jo"R.D! ADJUDOED AND ., ; '
of such answer upon the plaintiffs
.n,CI/TDIC .Bo WELLSAttorney Petitioner attorue .. name and address ape DECREED that the State of Florida ,
below the State Attorney of theIrst
before through
( on or February
Addreaa: pears 17. 11164. This notice shall be publleh.d Judicial: Circuit be and It is 3
THOMPSON! A WELLS
. each week for four (U con* hereby required to anew cause U any ;
. at Law once w.9wf.11. hP
Attorneys here be. before this Court en the25th J// emooth.
aecutlve weeks In the DeFunlak Herald
C Post Office Box 87 of January. I.... .at 10:00 ffY N
> day %
DePunlaft Springs a Walton newspaper County of weekly Florida.. circulation la .clock AM., within said Court, .at 7i .-. ....... I.y

FlorUta DONE AND ORDERED in DePUBlakprlngs he Court House In DeFunlak Springs. .xtta...... .....
4t: Deo M-S U
_ _ _ Walton County. Florida." tbU why aaJd revenue bonds and STEP STOOL
!: IN AND 31 bydecree
confirmed The
troll WALTUNCOUNTY.. FLOR.DAFIRST (SEAL) E LEO ANDREWS! net be validated and new Cosco step _tool '
310M Clerk of Circuit Court .. of tbl Court tn eonformltythe with the
JUDICIAL .mart !
hourga deIin.
M OAINET., by hisCguardINan Walton County. FloridaBy to and prayer set forth to tb.In aald Petlon . The .wingaway 0 m'.I.a'lII4IJ! \ '
tt pursuant .tepauuubbertreadedror.dded
LIDDIB OAINET.Plaintiffs.: .. Douglas M. Andrew Iva Adklnaon. DO. eau of Florida tn aucn lawsu mode portable I

Of Campbell .A Andrew. and P5T1FTOTHBR can
e. ORDERED AND safety Sturdy chrome opener
the widow of P. O. Box 32eFunlak IT
ANNIX: ORIOOS. '
of this
DCRBED: that the Clerk frame. Choice of
HATTIE CARROLL ) Springs, FloridaCounsel handsome ji
Armor I
Origgs. required Crushes
and be hereby Ic
be bvnvr
the .widow of J. E. Carroll their for Plaintiff Court Order to be published in decorator color.. I' !
_heirs_,ton.assigns gTnte.s, administrators honors and any .Jan. 9 18 23 30 The t.o cause DePunlak this Herald a newspaper _ fatter .a ir. e ! ... ir

-- -. ,- 12.95 Choler of fin* or :II ..

cou...*. Ico . ,

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lf-foodlng( .
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SAVI MARKER cutters. $795 cuttingmooth. .o41d .
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Sptfa-Saver BORE SCALE and knife sharpener .UTIUITVOAMT eJ.J

1963 TAX-ROLL IS NOW OPEN

STANDS UP!' ..... .. ... ......

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Of Your Taxes Will be, As Follows: frame enameled ahelves.Evnry .


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Auto, Need' .
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minute your weight chances. a .. REPLACEMENT

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