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 23, 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: VID00212
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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The Organizing Committee for : k'a : '

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4, 1964.A 72-PUULISIIED EVERY THURSDAY DOFUNIAK SIRINGS, FLORIDA JANUARY 23, 19 _t, Number 7Mothers'
letter to all subscribers was

mailed last Friday calling fora r I .JOEL.. ..:T.. ALFORD, '.._____.
meeting at the Hygia Coca Cola March On Court In 2nd Week I ILocal

Thursday Bottling Plant January Auditorium 23rd 1964. on Thursday-, J al1. 30 j Circuit I

The main office of the Savingsand e Ladies please volunteer to help
Loan Association at the cor- with the March January 30. from SAM MITCHELL -
Guard Unit The
Receive
grand
Jury drawn
ner of Nelson Avenue and 8th 6:00: 7:00: P. M. is the date and '_L'_'. Monday
Superior Audit RatingThe \ morning brought
in
Street is at this time under development time set for the Mothers' Marchof their first
and the committee looks Dimes in DeFuniak. The "Take- indictment on Wednesday night,
local National Guard unit charging John Thomas
forward to its completion and its .6- Off" will be from the Walton Arrant, 25,
267th with
Engineer Company (Cons- first degree murder.
I opening for business ot an early School lunchroom. Everyone
truction Support) was recently Arant, a Holmes county residentwas
please report first at lunchroom I Ito
date.L. i advised by the State Adjutant
_ billed In
Wells Nelson Vice Chairman receive supplies and directions. the death of Bow-
Organizing Committee ROBERT L. PULLEY Last year more than 100 ladies General. Major General Henry ard Gomillion. 32, slashed in the
I W. McMillan that they received a throat at the
Yellow Jacket in
showed to offer their services.
Oral Polio VaccineThe Robert L. Pulley president: of The town up is divided into 15 ts.''t vri superior rating on their annual r t. southeast Walton county on De-
v Federal Audit for fiscaal year cember 23 of last
Gulf Power Company, will address areas-with 15 maps with from year.
the DeFuniak Springs Ki- two to three cars to the map. 1964. Gomillion died with a cut Jug
U. S. Public Health Service wanis Club Audit was conducted by a field ular vein shortly
on Tuesday January after he was
after much research A map chairman will probably auditor from the office of the
on polio
28. The club meets at The Hut r .:-4 l brought to a hospiial here.
don't wait for
vaccines released the following contact you but United States property and fiscal
Restaurant
at 12 noon. Arrant
information of interest to all the a special invitation-call one of officer for Florida during the was arraigned before
Speaking on the subject of 'ADuslnessman.s the following numbers until you Judge Beasley Thursday morning
people of Walton county. month of December,,,1T63.
View of the 1964 and plead not guilty to the
get an answer and offer your charge.
A-The oral method of Im- The Guard, unit received commendations \W
munizing against Elections," Mr. Pulley will presentan Help in this very worthy effort: from all of its higher The court appointed Douglas An-
.polio myelitishas analysis of the national and No. 4-8636 No. 6-5181 No. 6-2072 TO RUN FOR. SHERIFFJoel drews and Clyde Wells to defend
headquaarters for reciving such
proven highly effective. state legislative scene. No. 6-9631 or contact Roy Hobbs him and advise him of his con-

B-Infants', children" and adults, The speaker is presently serv- County March of Dimes Chairman T. Alford announced this c This high was rating.the fifth time In a stitutional rights.

not previously immunized should ing as president of the Greater or Mrs. Alex Caswell week that he will be a candidate row that the local unit has received Judge Beasley ordered Arrant'
receive two doses of the trivalent Pensacola Chamber of Commerceand Mothers' March Chairman. for the Democratic nomination for audit TO RUN FOR SENATE trial to be held here beginning
oral vaccine at eight week inter- vice-president of the Florida Sheriff of Walton county runningin a superior rating. I January 27, immediately following -

vals. State Chamber of Commerce. Kylea Laird Named the May primaries.One Sam Michell, Vernon High the present two-week term
FHA Has Greater
C-Infants three months to six of a family of ten, he School athletic coach and former of court.
months of age may be immunized Miller Shoe Store Commission Chmn.The was reared in the Darlington Basis For LoansIn State Representative said he Two damage suits were tried
followed by a third dose beteen community is 34, married and has 'plans to be a candidate for State Thursday and Friday In circuit
the 10th and 12th month. Damaged By FireThe Commis- I Senator court and then the
Board of County four children all In school. line with President John. from the Third District January term.
D-Persons who have received sioners met Wednesday and He is a member of the Oak son's statement on alleviating (in the Democratic primaries this Judge Thos. D. Beasley presiding -

four or more doses of the Salk stock of the Miller Shoe organized for the year by reelecting Grove Baptist church: a Master poverty and improving rural conditions spring.A recessed until Tuesday. The
Vaccine (shots) should take one Store was badly damaged by a Kylea Laird as chairman Mason with membership in Na- and since you are Interested native of Washinton county's grand jury was in session Monday
dose of the oral vaccine. fire Saturday night, which apparently Laird Freeport businessman represents tural Bridge Lodge No. 106. in the lower income Hard Labor community, Mitchell however.

E-After receiving the oral originated from some of Commissioner's district Mr. Alford has seven years ser families in ;your community\ we 111I j the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. The case tried Thursday wasa
vaccine as described above individuals the electrical equipment.The five.Hubert vice in law enforcement serving thought you would like to have Mitchell of Route 2. Chipley. He suit brought by St. Joe Paper
should receive a I Booster ; fire department kept the Bell district three was as chief deputy sheriff during the following information: lived on a farm until age 18 and Co against A. B. Gavin, the basis
dose of the oral vaccine at fire which smoked heavily from re-named vice-chairman of the this time. It is possible for our organization attended elementary school in of which was a road he built intoa

two to four year intervals or ever bursting into flame, but the board.W. to make small loans to families the Hard Labor school. development on Choctawhatchee
He is familiar with all
if there Is a threat of an epide stock was badly damaged by the Paul Thompson, county Prosecuting of the work in the'' office phases whichhe whom we have been unableto Mitchell attended Chipola Junior Bay through St. Joe land.
mica smoke which filled the store. Attorney was named as assist! heretofore. This service College for two years and St. Joe contended there was
is seeking and out that
points
a F-There are no known contra- Mr. Miller tells us he sold tha attorney for the Board for another he is familiar with the strictly Includes loans for seed, fertilizer. graduated with a B.S. Degree from only a 20 foot right of way. while
indications to the use of the oral entire smoke-damaged stock of year and Fred Collings- law enforcement activities as minor hn me improvements, sucha Livingston State Teachers College Gavin contended It was 88 feet in

trivalent vaccine. It should not shoes to a salvage{ company with worth was re.hlred as courthouse well the administrative duties. a water supply, and ,substls- in Alabama In 1952. He taught width.
be taken except under the super- headquarters in Memphis and he janitor. He as is a graduate of the FBI tenc Improvements such as a school one year In Jackson Coun- The jury brought in a verdictfor
vision of a physician. will in the near future with Prescott the defendant.
open Representative James family cow. ty and then spent two years in
National in
C-There is no known threat of complete stock of shoes. relative to Academy Washington Friday saw another civil suit
new
a met with the Board D. C., and is one of only 4093 If you know of such families the armed service afterwards
out epidemic in Walton county. He emphasized the shoe store the plan he proposed to them recently graduates of that school during In voi>!r community who would obtaining a Masters Degree in in which Fisher Hardware Co.
fl-The vaccine is available will be open for Easter and will for food distribution for the 35 it has been In wo helped with such a loan we Education from George Peabody asked damages of $3736.00 plus
'through your local physician.IA definitely be by March 1 to be years opera costs, from Wilbur Gates and
open the needy In the county ed his diploma and has attended would aopreclate your advising College in Nashville Tenn.
limited supply will be possibly by the middle of Febru handled by the Board. several other FBI Florida them' of this service and that they i He returned to Washington Carlton Rhodes.
courses
available at the Walton county ary. Mrs. Rufus Daughette. Paul vcontact at office in The amount sued for was for
Sheriff's Bureau and State Fire ma us our county as Vernon High School
Health Department in the very Teelin and Emory Campbell were ** id" Del' I k materials used in the old Walton
College training courses. r f n Building u n a athletic coach in 1954 and has I
near future, for medically indi- Cattlemen Discuss named to the committee to report "If I am elected your Sheriff Spring, Fla. held that post ever since. Sport tear sewing factory. The defendants -
,;.2en\'p80Da"on1Y" Board the feasibility were officers In the corporation -
back to the on Henry' Turney,
Beef I promise you four years of competent In 1956 Mitchell was elected
.Imports and contended that the
.mecnben
.' of the,plan.-Other ; 'lmp rtla;>' n)6-' >6epcndabtolaw FHA Supervisor to the State Legislature to com.! ..
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New Date For the committee corporation now defunct, was t
already'nsmed
._ - on enforcementhe" said.
plate the unexpired term of Rep..
'The Fashion Show All Walaton county cattlemen are Miss Ophelia Campbell and The Rainbow GIrto WIll Jeff Webb who resigned. His liable for the debt. -. .
are urged to attend an Extension Cortex Cadenhead. Emory Camp- 'nRtoU Sandra Wallace The jury awarded Fisher Hard,
frshmen session
1 Country Club To was a special
Marketing meeting that will be bell was named chairman.The ware $3730.00.
Miss Lois Maxon President of held in the DeFuniak Springs, National Board received a rerort Hold Member Miss Sandra Wallace daughter .shortly meeting after on his r e election.a p p o rtlonment Mitchellwas In a case which took all day/

the Magnolia Garden Club announces Guard Armory Friday from the Game and Fresh water" of Mr and Mrs. Harry M.. Wallace re-elected In 1956 and was Tuesday to try Armstrong Cork
a new date for the showin night January 24, at 7:30: p.m. Fish Commission that Rachels Appreciation NightThe 103 West Park Avenue: will! re-elected in 1958 without op Co. won an unlawful detainer action -
order to have a bigger and Different phases of marketing O'Neal construction Co. of this be installed as Worthy Advisor of position. brought against Willie Sim-
better show. The new date Is ill be discussed. It Is importantthat place was low bidder on construction I DeFuniak Country Club friendship Assemmbly No. 107 mons.
Thursday night, 8 o'clock Janu- cattlemen understand all : of pumps, shelters and rest will honor its members tonight, International Order of Rainbowfor Mitchell helped organize the Testimony was to the effect that
ary. 30th at the Bay School (Pt. current marketing problems fac- room facilities at the public fishing Jan. 23, at 7:30: PJM. with a free Girls, at 2:30 pjn. Sunday at Vernon Booster Club in 1956. The the Armstrong and Simmons
club has 89 members. He I.a is
Washington). ing them.. lake at Juniper Bay. buffet supper and night of en- 'the Masonic Lodge Hall. now properties adjoined and shortly
There will be latest styles in The ladies are especially invited The low bid was $20,141.00. tertainment.The ) Other officers to be Installedare past president of the Vernon after Mr. Simmons built a new
Spring: and Summer Fashions for to attend this educational event will also serve to : Edith Drake. Wothy Associate Lions Club and a member of home just west of Freeport. he
the Teenagers Young Matrons meeting. Free cokes and coffee. Astronomical Club Met rcqualnt the members with Advisor Onelta Shiran the Vernon Maasonic Lodge the put up a wire fence which Armstrong -

,.older women and half-sizes. Re- The place: National Guard their new managers Don and Charity; Venita Adams. Hope; Veterans of Foreign Wars Florida claimed encroached on
freshments will be served and Armory in DeFuniak Springs On Saturday night. January 18 Lora Showalter and family. Mr. Glenda Kelly. Faith; Janet Wald- Education Association and National their property enclosing an area
lovely door prizes as well as Florida. the Walton county AstronomicalClub : Showalter is recently retired from tag Recorder; Cynthia Yarborough Education Association. about 880 feet long and about
cumber of surprise prizes. Ad- The time: 7:30 p.m. Friday, met at the home of the armed services where he managed Treasurer; Pat Spikes I Mrs.: Mitchell la the former 27 feet in width at the widest t ?
mission $1.00. Everyone cordially January 24. I Woolen. In addition I to aWI;:: I several N. C. O. Cluba for Chaplain: De Anna Tappan, Drill Nellie Henders of Allcevllle Ala. point, making somewhat Jess-HharV '

invited to come and we believe The Walton County Cattlemen's members being present'we wel- I servicemen. Leader; Frances Sodesquist, Love; They have two daughters. Brenda, half and acre. "
it will be something well worth Assocation under the leadership' comed two new members Robert Entertainment will be suppliedby Lynda Merrill Religion; Suesan 11, and Sammie Jean 7. The jury found for. the plain

:your time.as well as helping this of its president Jim Kemper is Henn and Mike Phelps of Walton "The Novelalres", a group of Prescott, Nature; Frances' White Mitchell expressed gratitude "'tomy tiff. No damages ware asked.
new. Garden Club In their fundraising sponsoring the meeting. The public high school. Four members performers from Pensacola and Immortality: Sissy Rooks Fidelity friends in the Walton-Holmes- Being tried Wednesday as we
endeavor. is invited and urged to attend. brought telescopes.We Mobile who are top ranked among Connie Nick Patriotism;Anita Washington County area who go to press is a manslaughtercharge
enjoyed observing the moon the professional entertainers In :Fink Service; Sally Bothe. Con- have encouraged me to offer myself against Andrew Bushes
'Heart Program At Governor Bryant Appoints Jupiter and its moons Venus and this section of the country flndemial Observer; Shirley Godwin as a candidate.! He said he Jr., of Pensacola here on a chargeof
The Woman's Club Hugh Wheat To Board other celestial objects. The. club has recently undergone Outer Observer; Ve r n a I. familiar with the area's legislative venue from Escambia county.
During our business meeting 'extensive remodeling in Moody. Musician; Susan MlcCall. problems and intends towage Busbee is accused in the deathof
'The heart program was given Hugh Wheat has been appointedto the constitution and by-laws sub- order to provide additional and Choir Director. a vigorous campaign. a 14 year-old boy in Warrington. -

-at the Wbman's Club January 15 membership on the District One mitted by our by-laws Committeewere better services for its members. The installation is open to the .
was' very informative educational Welfare Board according to an accepted.We The road leading to the club! and public State Supt. Bailey
and interesting. The speakers for announcement made last week enjoyed the delicious re- the parking area surrounding It Reporter: Pat Spikes. Combined>> Choir To
the afternoon were introduced by by Governor Farris Bryant. He freshmentss' prepared by Mrs. is now under contract to be paved Will Run Again Preaent Easter ProgramOn

Mrs.. W. D. Cawthon. President- succeeds R. J. Irvin, who moved Martinec-along with our Indoor along< with the tennis courts! this M.*.. LUCILLE OILLIS
Elect Walton County Heart Coun recently to Bay county. games. month. I State School Supt. Thomas D. March 29. Easter Sunday
cil. The District One .Welfare -Wayne Wooten, ReporterM. Mrs. Lucille OUlls. 44, of WIn- I Bailey announced Monday for reelection the congregations of the First
Mrs. Tommie Bennett of Pensa- Board composed of 17 members Special Notice From ter. Park passed sway January BIn to the office he held for Baptist. First Methodist, ,and
cola, Fla. Executive Secretary of from, Escambia Santa Rosa Oka. Y. F. Holds Sub- a Bartow hospital following the past 15 yean. First Presbyterian Churches are
West Florida Heart Association loosa, Walton Holmes Washington District MeetingThe March of DimesWhen a long illness. A native of DeFuniak In his official announcement, combining their evening worship
assisted by Mrs. Velma Hesler and Bay counties is respon- she attended the Crusadersof Bailey cited! progress In education sevices in a special Easter program.

Public Health Nurse of Walton sible for the administration in last meeting of the Walton you were a child do you Faith Tabernacle in Bartow. during his administration. .
County demonstrated mouth to this area of Florida's many wel- county M.Y.F. sub-district was remember what It was Uk. when Survivors included her husband Before being elected state school At this time the combined
mouth resuscitation and a film fare programs.Mrs. held, at the 'Freeport Methodist an envelope came through the Hurtis dills a daughter Mr*. superintendent in 1948 Bailey choirs of the participating churches +
was shown on heart diseases. Value Adams is a Walton church. The meeting Included' a mall for you? Important wasn'tIt Helen Parrish. To sons; Eubene began his career! as a teacher in will present a cantata! with 1
Refreshments were served by county representative the which presentedby Gluts all of WInter Mr. Michael DeShong. choir director -
on short skit was ? The biggest thing in your day and Ronnie 119. teaching all grades from
Mrs. Burton B. Murray Mrs. E. board also Mrs. Anna Reardon the local M.Y.F.. along with Well you're about to receivean Haven. Her mother Mrs Gussie 5 to 11. at the First Baptist Church
H. Myers Sr., Mrs. M. J. Parish. District Welfare Director serves the regular business and good envelope that may mean just Hann of Gibson Flaa. Six sisters, and glee club director at Walton
Mrs. Joe Davis and Mrs. Cecil as executive secretary to the singing. that to a great many children Mrs Roydell Kelly DeFuniak He was principal of schools high' school directing the music. :
Board. Included In Govan and Georgetown, S. C.; Other church congregations! and
Dorsey. The business meeting< who are still suffering from Polio Springs. Mrs. Jeanette Xilpstrick.
reports of projects that were or to adults who may be sufferIng Pensacola Mrs. Wynell Brown resident of the Thomas Indus- choirs in the community are Invited -
MR. JOHN SKIPPERMr. Dr. R. T. Wiess attended the completed by the various churches. from arthritis or who might and Mrs. Dolores Chancey.. Tam trial Institute at Del' u n I a 1c to Join with them in this
Northwest Florida District Den- Center Ridge received tHe' ban- have a child with birth defect: pa. Mrs. Waldean Parker Donal- Springs and supervising princi- special observance of Easter. Rehearsals -
John T. Skipper age 65. tal Society meeting In Tallahassee ner for having the most points 'A March of Dimes envelope"Your sonville, Oa., Mrs. Dorothy Shu- pal of schools In DeFuniak will be held on Sunday r
a resident of 107 North Eighth SatufHay. for' their projects. response to that envelopecan merhorn. Ilion N. Y. Three brothers Springs Ocala and Tampa afternoons at 2:00 PAT. in the )

street, died unexpectedly in a Mrs. Alex Caswell attended a After the meeting there was a mean a second chance to Hope Leddon DeFuniak sanctuary of the First Presbyterian -
local hospital Thursday night, supervisor executive board meet- short time of the Portland Metho- thousands of children with serious Springs Cecil Leddon.: : Rim, Walton Menus church. -
January 16, 1964. He was a native Ing in Tallahassee last Friday. dist Church.: All M.Y.F.'ers, as birth defects. It can mean Tie. and HOmer : The first rehearsal will be held

end' lifelong resident of Walton an.Miss well as adults are urged to attend. help to so meny who suffer from Fla. Two grandchildren. Monday _, Lima beans and this Sunday. January 28.
county and had operated Skip- JoAnn Chesser of Ft. Kermit Wright Reporter. painful arithritis. Funeral service was held at glazed ham slices hamburgers
per's Grocery here until his re- Walton spent the weekend here Thanks to the March of Dimes, Chrisp Funeral Home Chapel lettuce and tomato salad, picklesbeets Mrs. Paulene Hodges spent the
tirement. Mr. Skipper waas a visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. Fred Mahan District Welfare a top-notch medical care Is avail January' 11 at 3 o'clock. Burial coconut cake, cornbread. weekend with relatives in Doth-
member of the DeFuniak Mas- T. Chesser. Supervisor from Crestview wasa able to birth defects and arthritic was in Bartow Cemetery milk
cnlc Lodge 170. F. and A. M. business visitor here on Friday.Mr. sufferers in some seventy Tuesday Hamburgers steak Weather ReportDate
Funeral services were conducted CARD OF THANKSWe and Mrs. W. M. Watson March of Dimes centers across the Walton County and potatoes and gravy cheeseburger -'

at 11:00: A.M. Saturday morn- visited their daughter and son- nation. So is expert diagnosis, expert Chamber of Commerce shoestring carrots ,spin- Max. Min. Rain
ing from the Comander Funeral want to express our heart- n-Iaw, Mr and Mrs. William medical advice and the Community CalendarJan. ach fruited Jello rolls milk. January 14 41 18
Home Chapel with the Rev. W. felt thanks to all who were so Reddock in Marianna last week. newest medical knowledge. 23 Jan. 30 Wednesday Comdogs. ham. 15 49 13
O. Willham officiating.< Masonic kind and thoughtful at the time Remember these facts when you burgers whole corn green beans 18 47 30 .09
services followed at the :Magnolia of the death of Miss Marie NOTICE look at your March of Dimes en- Jan. 27-Beta Sigma Phl-740.: ,with onion rings applesauce muffins 17 45 38 1.15
Cemetery with Masonic Lodge Petcher. We particularly wishto Cedar Hill Chapter No. 228 velope. Then decide on a contri- Freeport Llons-7:00.: : ,. rolls milk. ,? 18 8O 29 .03
170. F. and A. M.: in charge.He thank the neighbors and friendsof O E. S. located at. Gaskin will tion. Put the gift in your self DeFuniak Lions-7-00.: Thursday Turkey at 19 88..3
is survived by, his aunt, the Bridge Creek community !have open house installation of addressed envelope, and mall Jan. 28-Rainbow Clris-7.00.: I hotdogs frozen lima bean v j- 20 87 52 .19
Mrs. Mary Langford and four the Home Demonstration Club officers Friday January 31. 1964 without delay. Beta Sigma Phi800.; apple salad peanut butf .tnd 21 82 28
brothers in law: Judge Cecil the church the Holmes county! at 7:30 P.M. -Your county March of KIW'anfs.12:15..Jan.3oGreat jelly rolls, milk.
Rambo. and Ray cancer society the staff at the All members of O. E. S. and
Rambo A. C. Dimes OrganizationMr. Books Discussion- Friday-Chill with beans tuna- Forecast: Outlook for Thursdayand SI
Pritchard Ala. Lakeside hospital and at Coman- the public cordially Invited. .
Blackerby all of are ,:JO. fish salad sandwiches and potato Friday -considerable cloudi-
and J. D.* Rambo. of Jay. A host der funeral home Secretary, Warren Wright was a visitor Magnolia Garden Club Style sticks, cabbage slaw, apple cob- ness and continued mild a few
pf cousins also survive. Mrs Bert M. Riley L. E. Gainey In Pensacola Friday. Show-fcOO.: bler, cheese sticks rolls milk. showers likely.






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East Baptist Church .. ; iV "' lit/ tr1 one days going

Richard Bloodworth, Pastor ; "I j #y It to do lots of things. Big things. _. .':.:,... '. :.

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L. O. Johnson, PastorFreeport r a ., ,y :. Because I'm one of millions of

Baptist Church '. :M, ;xr< youngsters who needs to grow up ,,'.

W. L. Clark, Pastor .::: 'I ""''' 'R' with faith, fortitude, character I

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Friendship Baptist Church' ;"... '" to to Church next Sunday
C. Lester Weekly, Pastor w ; you come -

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Lime Stone Baptist Church F
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on building
Rev. Cony Black, Pastor ; .. ; .
. i P 'i'' and good citizenship. It is a store
New Harmony Baptist Church ty t ) '.. v"t house of spiritual values. Without a I..

Rev. Kenneth Klckllghter ,,:. f I tt strong Church, neither democracy .,.'
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Oak Grove Baptist ChurchW. ". r ,; nor civilization can survive. There

D. Six Pastor .'. '?{,.+';.0.-,w...: : . ; :.A t' are four sound reasons why every .

Paxtou Baptist Church (. ', a. ; person should attend services regu ..
Rev. M. M. Harris .-..: larly and support the Church.They . .-
4 . :, ;: t. are: ((1)) For his own sake. ((2)) For hischildren's '.
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church .-t )..' i'c:' sake. ((3)) For the sake of
Rev. R. M. MtDanlel .
., .. his community and nation. ((4)) For .
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church r 1: the sake of the Church itself, which ":
Rev. Malcom M. Harris ,. ter needs his moral and material
.. .. support. y-.
Red Day Baptist Chureh .... . Plan to go to church regularly and .. "::' ,,'
Rev. T. R. Padgett ,-.-:. . read your Bible daily. ..
Southwlde Baptist Church ... Copyright: 1964 KtiaUr! t Adverting Senlct' ,lne.t Sitmttmrg Vo. '1 ,_

Rev. Ivan Martin ,

Monday.I Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Caney Creek Baptist Church Sunday . ,
Rev. T. J. Anderson : I Kings Chronicles Psalms Matthew Ephesiana D ThSUalontans II Peter / ".-..':'. :"
10:1.10 29:104992:10.15. : 11:7-15: 4:11-16 1:5-12: 3:14-18: :; "
Clear Springs Baptist Church f.;: :
Rev. J. L.. Harris


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Home A .. hly;,a< a.I," : ,
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Whitaker Fisher's PharmacyPIggly Quality StoreA. Charles M. Prescott
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Cary Richards -IF IT BURNS 0AS -ALL US-
B. Covell
711 LIVE OAK AVLFORD wiggly
Cluster Springs Baptist Church: CONTRACTORComander Rivard Chevrolet.
George W. Thomason Pastor CAIN'S King & Co. TIM ORIGINAL SDaaley .""" '".

Mossy Head Baptist Mlssloet Standard Station CompanyThe
Floyd Garrett, Pastor Funeral
QA. OIL Peoples Water Service Furniture Co.
ArGyle. Baptist Mission WASHING I QMBASINaGofTs _, Home
Rev. Lee King CompanyOF MERCER COMAN 011'". L.Jr... DeFuniak Heratt
Creel Ford Co.
Lake Stanley Baptist Church Ready To COASTAL FLORIDA
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PUBLISHED-- EVERY THURSDAY -THE. : DCFUNIAK flEfALD-BREEZE:
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chief engineer the L & N, had four sons, Business Firm Lists Miss Fay Hicks of Tallahas-

THE DeFUNIAK HERALD now all deceased' I am the only son of Er- Increases In County see.parents spent, Mr.the weekend and Mi a with O.her D .

Combined with THE BREEZE; nest pnd live in San Francisco. I have two Hicks.
sons, William S.,, a mathematician presently There are 11 more business Frances Louise Wise and ]Mrs. aid
DeFuniak Springs, Florida Mitchell Sr. of Pensacola,, ; q.
concerns in Walton county today; Roy
employe dby IBM in Palo Alto California
at and Mrs.
Thursday
fublUbed Every than there were last year says spent Saturday with Mr.
DeFuniak Springs, Florida and Fred R. (the third Fred R.) presentlyin Eugene F, Schenk district manager D. H. Wise. I
Trading Are college. The late Albert de Funiak of Birmingham of the New Orleans office of Mr. and Mrs. Taft Rubinson <7II4/ls all
Covers Walton County : F
Completely City
in Panama
Sunday
Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. spent
to the Cult of Mexico, left two sons, the older named their Jerry Robinsonand
From Alabama :Mr. Schenk points out that in visiting son
Second-Class Postage Paid Fred CX do Funiak and presently a residentof 1963 173 businesses were listed in family and their daughter,
H. C. STORKS. Publisher 1924-1983 your state, towit the town of Cape Can- Walton county and today 18- Miss Roberta Robinson. (Jl pmmdl/tis

HOWARD STORRS, Editor. Publisher averal. In fact he was formerly at least the of businesses 6 per cent.According are. listed-an increase

SUBSCRIPTION: Marshal of that town. The younger son, Col. to Mr. Schenk, each Estate &
Walton and Adjoining Countles$3.00 Per Tear Albert de Funiak, presently lives in Birmingham January business concerns in si Eaton Real

Other _. $3.SO Per Year and is an official of the Alabama parts asked of by the Dun United& Bradstreet States an for. Insurance Agency You can be sure that all of your meals
Power Company. The. late Herbert de Funiak copies of their financial state- FIRE will always turn out just right if your purchase ,
AUTOMOBILE I
all of your meat from CASEY'S IGA .a
left one son, 'also named Herbert, whose I ments. This year requests.. INSURANCEBONDS DISCOUNT FOODLINER. They feature the ;r'_{ ..

While We're At It uereabouts we have lost track, having beena :million being sent.business to approximately concerns: -to three the finest Tablerite Meats that is guaranteed Jr:
Wben Mobile's' Senator Tyson first started to be fresh. Mr. Casey will be glad t>,
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major in the U. S. Army. I should men- corner grocery store worth a few We represent STROUTREALTY Watch v. .' #
talking about annexing the northwesternpart tion that Col. Albert of Birmingham has a thousand dollars as well as to the dally cut your meat for any occasion. Tab :" 1
for weekly special prices on sausage by ,
Luslnesses worth millions.
of Florida, we kinda thought he was grown son by the name of Albert, who also Back of each listing of a busi- In Real Estate since 1900 lerite Swift. Registers and other leading .

joking. Now we find out he ain't. lives in Birmingham. ness in ,the Reference Book .U a New Location brands.

As a matter of fact it was announced this I regret that my typing and my type- Dun & Bradstreet credit report Lake Stanley You benefit because SERVICE DRUG
The report includes the followIng COMPANY specializes t No kitchen appli
week that a merger* group is being organizedat writer are not of the best. My regards to you :, a history of the businesswho TW 6-4441 no garden hose, no pots and pans -
Montgomery and Governor George Wallace all and I hope that I can return soon. ( owns it, who runs it, and DeFuniak Springs, Fla. K's their pharmacist specialize in compounding
has called a meeting of a special com- Sincerely. William Q. de Funiak. how long It has been operating, i prescriptions and dispensing drugs ana
a description of what the business medicines. Just doctor their phar-
mittee to start looking into the feasibilityof The fourth son of Col. Fred R. was also does and how it does It; a fin- macist's entire attention is devoted to pro
the merger. Members of ,the committee named Fred R. and was a U. S. Army Col ancial section which' usually includes viding for the health care needs of your
include four state senators and four state onel. lIe left a daughter but no sons-so thata the latest financial state We Would Like '' family. Where you have your prescriptions
ment; and a record of how the
representatives, including our own Malcolm To Be Your filled does make difference.
present list of males bearing the name of business pays Its bills.
Edwards. your town, to repeat is: INSURANCEAGENT FOR THE DO IT YOURSELF MAN
Mrs. Frances Florence of Gray WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
When it convenes the committee will try William Q. de Funiak (myself), William S.
has
ton Beaach was visiting .Mrs.\ D. a complete line of Wizard power tools.
to figure out how it should go about its assigned (my son). Andrew Q. (my grandson). Fred tr. and Cecil Wise Wednesday. they have saws, drills eanding-machines II
task. According to news reports, one C. de Funiak (my cousin), Albert de Funiakmy Patricia Goff city, and Jan and tools to fit any purpose. Before you
Vinson Ft. Walton, visited Here are our qualifications tool really must
of the first tasks will be to call upon the. ( cousin). Albert F. (his son) ; Herbertde friends in Auburn over the week- Experience? Since 1935: and compare power the quality you line of see

Governor of Florida and its Legislature Funiak (my cousin), (whether he hasa end.Mrs. from WESTEN AUTO.

concerning the proposed merger, to decide ,son or sons I do not know). Davis Cawthon and Mr. Dependable? We're available
nd Mrs. R. W. Haler attended If want to surprise with
whetheror on a 24 hour basis, 7 you any-one an
learn
upon the area involved, to --oOo the' Heart Fund Workshop in days a week. unusual gift I suggest you do it with flow-
not the merger is desired by the residentsof What Happened to Saturday Night? Pensacola Saturday. ers from McLEAN FLORIST. Telephone
that area as well as by the electors of this As the Eighty-eighth Congress wobbledto Prompt Claim Service? Our II Elizabeth or Ruth and let them whip
MRS. SARAH L. DRAKE specialty since the day our one of their creations. If you wish they can
state to formulate recommendations for the adjournment, Senator. Jack Miller of Iowa agency opened its doors for wire flowers for you anywhere in the U. S.
necessary legislation.We plaintively inquired,."What happened to Sat- Mrs. Sarah L. Drake, age 68, business. for they are members of the national orga-

know crazier things have happened urday night We don't know what broughtup passed morning aay at unexpectedly her residence Monday on Reasonable Rates? We've nization of Florist Telegraph Delivery.ITS .

before. But right off the bat we'd say the that remarably irrelevant query in a Route 4, DeFuniak Springs. Mrs. searched the country forcompanies
offering the A FACT that when it comes to
state of Alabama has roughly the same final session that had seen almost 12 resident Drake was of a Walton native and UCetong. most for your money. ing for the entire family that you .
chance of annexing part of Florida as does straight months of largely fruitless daily .Survivors include"her county husband, tam to save money at CARP'S. '

f( a snowbgji *:--.t.t.. el: We""can JusVSe ttW'""liberations' iis! :.!i-- U.d, like the Shows 6f Mr. Charlie Drake of DeFuniak We would like to be jour see the prices here you will be cloth-II .
.... think sale is in at all
Springs sister a progress
; one Mrs. Agent
Florida legislature giving up' such tax-rich yesteryear. But somehow the Senator was Ward of Ponce de Leon three Lilly the cold weather still ahead I
spots as Pensacola Fort Walton and Panama driven to nostalgic memories' the big brothers, Broward McLean; of ,Harris Insurance see their men's flannel shirts priced
night in the small towns ,of long ago. Panama City, Monroe McLean, $1.99 to $2.99.
City.But mused deader end Wayne McLean, both of Ponce orders instructions and service
F then it gives the Alabama senators Saturday night, he was de Leon. AgencyTW calls Delivery receive immediate, attention through

and representatives something to occupy now than ,the passenger ;pigeon. Funeral services were conducted 6-2451 the use of radio equipment in the WEST !
\ their minds for a while. And while they're at Senator Miller was born in Chicago in Tuesday afternoon at 2:00: ,_ FLORIDA GAS COMPANIES DELIVERY '
don't know whether he had the' 'rom the Clary Funeral Home. TRUCKS. An organization is better than 'I
It, might we suggest we annex the whole 1916; so we Qurial followed in the HatcherCpmefe..y. DeFuniak Springs, Fla. no
'r' the service it and that is why WEST
gives
with the small town
first-hand acquaintance .
the state's private swimming Clary Funeral
Gulf of Mexico for Home a FLORIDA'S truly skilled specialists are always -
pool.-The Brewton Standard.QUO Saturday night that some of, us enjoyed, if was In charge of arrangements. : .- --: v available to assure you of peak performance -
enjoy it we did. But we can answer the Sen I II tM X.: from your LP equipment. 1

Col. de Funlak Visits Here ator's question. Good roads and good automobiles \ r I TOR:THE' ECONOMY MINDED trip to l

The following interesting letter from a abetted by radio, killed Saturday' I M WHEAT: TIRE SERVICE would certainly be t
member of the de Funiak family for whom night in the small town. Television finished worthwhile many instances a gooa re- .'- ,'.
capped tire will outwear the original tread. -
the City of DeFuniak Springs was namedwas the job. Hugh Wheat has been responsible for the r
given us by Mrs. Pat Potter, Chamberof In the days when paved highways werea savings of many dollars to the people ot w '
Commerce secretary. Mr. de Funiak made luxury, buggies lurched up to the hitch- r this trade area. Drop by WHEAT TIRb
and let them check tires for
the month of ing racks and model T's chugged to a halt SERVICE your
here during
his first trip possible recapping. Prices start at $7.95
December and apparently liked the town. around the town square. storekeepers, 1 plus tax.

We did not have the pleasure of meeting the barber the harness maker, the garage For unurpassed service to all makes and'II

him but as the suggestion of Town Clerk man, the cafe and the druggist, if there was p models television-stereo-radio the .. place togo
Miss Neel we sent Col. de- Funiak several one stayed open for business until 9 p. m., is RAINBOW ELECTRONICS, INC. They electronics
are well-experienced in the field of -
issues of the Herald to which he referred: and sometimes even till 10. Then' as the city and I can think of no-one better

,6 Jan. 1964 drummers were wont to say, they took For that. . qualified to perform this service. They havea
in the sidewalks.It well eqiupped shop with modern testinr
Walton County Chamber of Commerce facilities. Their prices are reasonable and
DeFuniak Springs. Florida was a big night. The older folks shop- they offer pick-up and delivery service what
Gentlemen: ped, chatted with their neighbors about the 'OSpecill Girl more could you ask for.

This last 14th of December, 1963, I had crops and church doings, and took in the *'. ': THERE IS J4O BETTER WAY to start

of realizing a life long ambi- free movie or band concert in the square or '" Your Life the New Year off than by getting in the
the pleasure in --
habit of dining at MOM AND DAD'S RESTAURANT -
referred to the
as
vacant lot generally
tion to visit DeFuniak Springs. This visit a on Highwaay 90 West. I want
had to be brief by taking time from a "park." Teenage boys strolled around the to warn you however that this is one habit II
rather time limited trip through the south streets in groups until they met quite by A wide variety of the latest atyles in engagement and that will be hard to break for they specialize -

consequently I could only spare one day and design with groups of teen-age' girls. Eventually wedding rtag*. See oar objection before you buy. they in delicious have choice Italian steaks. Southern fried like

unfortunately that was at the end of the they would all end up at the dance chicken, or your delicious sea-food.

week when your office was closed. My wife -half square dancing and half "round" RHODES JEWELERS9th
Shoe headquarters for children's shoes let
the second floor over the dry
and I were most hospitably received, How dancingon DeFuniak Springs is MILLER'S. They have
ever, by :Miss Sybil Neel, your City Clerk, goods store.It St. DeFuniak Springs Fla. Charm Step and Ed Whiter Juniors for girls
i Miss Neel presented me was a pretty small town that never was and E. J. *s for rls. For the the
Mrs.
and by Spence. II
boys and girls they have the well-known
bro- visited tent show or a Chautauqau at
with a number of cards, papers and by a name of I Mother Goose. They specialize in
chures dealing with the town and, indeed, least once a year, and when they came on seeing that everyone gets! a correct fit.
someone perhaps also Miss Neel, recentlysent Saturday night it really boomed. The Chau- which is so important for the younger set.

DeFuniak Her- designed to bring culture to the
me some copies of the tauqua was
ald. hinterlands which Champ Clark of Missouri TAX ASSESSOR'SNOTICE LOOK FOR the "Henko" brand of

However I was concerned by one of your one-time Speaker of the House of Rep- grocer.try on your.-Henkoto need t visit processed to your by

publications dealing with the founding of resentatives, described as a cross betweena KOERBER,',IN' right here in poul1I'"t.
the town and the origin of its name. It was Methodist camp meeting and a ,circus. Springs. This a sign of ;

not named aafter E. A. de Funiak, who was There were orators, musicians, readers, poets for highest they standards prepare their possible.chickens under

my father but rather than his father (my magicians, impersonators, cartoonists, I
grandfather) Colonel Fred R. de Funiak.. Shakeaperean players and actors who aspired The law reoaires that you make a :-a ,rauffgest that when you consider building

And while I can understand your desire to' to less august 'material. If the town full return of all property owned by new home remodeling your present home

add age to the town, it was not founded in was lucky enough to be on one of the larger you as of January 1, 1963, to the Tax FISHER necessary HARDWARE repairs COMPANY.that you contact No

the "early part" of the nineteenth century, Chautauqua circuits it might have heard Assessor at full cash value and any lIa payment Is necessary and they give
but rather the 1870's. William Jennings Bryan, "the commoner." be up to seven ears to pay. They wWalso
other exemptions
You should have available in your office Those days, before be made it big on radio you may en- ; convenient all of your current bilfe into one
titled payment so that can
to.Make. you
and in the town public library, copies of the a ventriloquist named Edgar Bergen .y for your construction needs without
L & N Magazine for January, 1958 and might be found doing an'act' with two dum- your returns from January over-burdening your budget.

of John L. McKinnon's History of Walton mies named Charlie McCarthy and Laura. 1, 1964, through March 31, 1964 .You can start the year off right with
a
County, ((1911)), which would supply you with (Wonder what became of Laura? If the brand-new Chevelle from : I
the correct information. I don't know now crowds: were big. as they usually were, the The law requires that for home- ROLLET COMPANY. This wonderful t"ar'- .

where the latter could be purchased, but tent flaps were rolled up to make extra stead exemption your deed or con- just has new a new style all-around new size car.new It spirit aL" ,has and the is :_I'

copies of the L & Magazine can be ob- space, and then the problem was to keep tract for title must be on record at Chevrolet-built-in! I reliability. Drop by for a
tained easily from the railroad by addressing -inquisitive cows from strolling in on the the time of claiming exemptions. test you II be glad you did.

its Louisville office.If audience. '
chance interested in it used to be. Today, we HUBERT ADKINSONTax I know
you are by any That's the way you want to start the year oft'be
the existence and whereabouts of present suppose, the average small town residentsits right and there could no better way
family after whom your: and watches television on Sat- Assessor : of doing this than opening a Savings Account
members of the at home 'Iii.. at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
estimable and excellent town was named urday night or gets in the family car and Walton County, Florida -\ This could very well be the start on your
supply the following. Colonel Fred R. speeds to the nearest city to find excite- t road to success. Incidentally the interest
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can and they pay could come>> In handy also. It would
general manager Tribune II'
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VOLUME 73-PUBtaSTIED EVERY THURSDAY TCT DtFUNIAK DSRALD-Emile!: -: -

ATM: Margaret' Sowell returned IN TUB COURT OF THE COUNTY
Freeport No."\ 8-r- Among those attending an ed For HIGHEST QUALITYand ,
Chapter JUDGE (If WALTON (COUNTY
Order Of The Eastern Star cation meeting at Chlpola Col- Friday night after several weeks DEPENDABILITYIts FLORIDA IN PKOUAltR ;
Edwin visit in Arcadia, Orlando and At- Estate o( J. T SKIPPER, DcMMwtNU11CK
last Thursday were ;
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I SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Freeport Chapter No. 281 Orderof Gillls. Burvin Push, Johnnie lanta. SINGERSEWING TO ALL fh-HbOWS: : INTERESTED IN
Cawthon and Mrs. BernIce Cas- THE: ESTATE; : Oi" SAID t>tCtX; >h.NT.
_ --- the Eastern Star had an official FOR SALE: BAHIA HAY. call MACHINES You are hereby notified that _
well. written Instrument
of the Worthy Grand purporting to b*
visit contact Nixon's Gar-
859-2268
or .
is FLOOR POLISHERS the last will and testament of said
Matron of the Grand Chapter of Miss Virginia Dannelley age. 1:23: 30chg TYPEWRITERS decedent has been admitted to probate .
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a TI Florida Mrs. Irene Johns, Tues- home visiting her parents, Mr. In tills court.. k"ou are hereby.
7 1884. and Mrs. Walter Dannelley Virginia FOR RENT: UNFURNISHEDLower VACCUM CLEANERSTW commanded within alx calendar
+ day evening<< January 6-H871: month. from the date of the mat
Dinner was served, In the Din- has completed her practice 1 4-Largc Rooms & Bath publication of this notice to appear
the meeting. teaching in Atlanta Ga., and will I 12 Orange Herman Miner. Jan2Ctf MRS.\ M. M. KURT in this court. and Chow cause It any
ing Hall preceding<< 2t Jan. 16-23 you can why the action of this court
+ icturn to Shorter College to resum.me ---- -- : La ,
p The Chapter was opened at 7:30: extmmin said will to probate
t't
her studies. FOR SALE: 12 FOOT PLY should not stand unr.voked.
wheel'
PM Mss! Irene Johns Worthy FOR SALE: GOOD TWO Joe Dan Trotman
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bulgor wood boat and trailer, also 10
Grand of the Grand Chapter of trailer with three good tires. Emil County Judge
of Niceville visited relatives end h. Evinrude mmotor, like new. Walton County, Florida
p.
t Florida) was introduced, welcomedby Rahardt, 9th St., formerly Banks first publ'catlon January 23. "*".
friends here over the weekend. Will sell all together or separatly Itpd. 4t.J..u. 23-Feb.:: 13
the Worthy Matron Mrs. Eunice cottage.
I Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Catts of Contact Bill Brickner, TW 6-9361 -
Hall escorted to the East.
Talalahassee, were visitors over tfpd. FOR SALE: GUERNSEY Cows, IN TUB COURT OP THE COUNTY
Grand Honors and seatedIn JUDGE
Riven OK WALTON COUNTY,
the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. to freshen,
the East. 12500. Some ready FLORIDA IN PRORATE!
I Howard Cawthon. FOR RENT: FURNISHED APT. $150.00. Varln's Dairy, Hlway 83 Ro: Estate of J. T SKIPPER Deceased
3l We were also honored with a Suitable for one or couple NO':ICK TO CREDITORS!:
Miss Judy Rivard and Robert person
Fla.
N., DeFuniak Springs, All crec'.tore of the estate .
visit by a Past Grand Matron. of of J T.
Rivard of FSU, Tallahasee, were Private entrance, bath, with water Jan 16, 23 pd. Skipper ueceased. are hereby notified
the Grand Chapter of Florida, home for the weekend with their and gas furnished. $40.00 mo. and required to file any claims 01'demandll
Mrs. Perla Rotters. She was IntroduCed which they may have against
mother, Mrs Adrlen Rivard. Can be seen at 101 Llveoakk, f FOR SALE: WATER FRONT said estate In the office of the County
welcomed, escorted to Mrs. Rex Ryland of FSU. Tallahassee Phone TW 6-4001. Jan 23, dig Judge : Walton County Florida In
the East, given Grand Honors and ,lots, and wooded in lots. On the ooulthoulle at 0 Fun a>t Springs,
:
spent the weekend here Florida within six
Choctawhatchee Bay located on (5)) calendar
l t4I'' seated in the Northeast.We with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WE LOAN CARPET Shampooerat Okaloosa-Walton county Ine In month from the date of the first
were also honored with the Howard no cost with purchase of Blue publication of this notice Each claimor
Storrs. ,Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe. Rt. 1 demand must be In writing; and
presence of the folloinr rand Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Swank of Lustre Shampoo. Fisher Hard- Niceville must sate the place of residence andxwtofalce
Box 259, Villa Tasso ,
address of the
Officers ofw the Grand Chapterof ware Co. claimant
Charleston
Mo., spent several and must be sworn to by the claim-
Florida. Oni Mae Stephens. Associate days here last week as guests of JOE WALLS- BUSINESS MACHINES ,..t. his agent or his attorney or
Grand Conductress-,Betty FOR RENT: TWO UNFUR- It will become void according to law.
Mr.
and Mrs. .
Parley
Knepper.Mr. De-
Sales & Service. Howard L.. Cawthon
NISHED houses. Phone TW 6-
Donnellon, Grand RuthCorlngeDykes and! Mrs. Charles Perkinsof Funlak Fla. TW 6-4141. Free Fxecutor of the Last
Grand Esther and the fol- 1981. Jan.23tfthg Will and Testament
Hariman, Tenn., spent the estimates on repair also Free pick f J. T Skipper, deceased
lowing Past Grand Officers and weekend here as guests of friends.He FOR SALE: 1902 BEL AIR up and delivery.JIM first publication January 2319M.
Grand Chapter Committee Mem Is a former manager of the Chevrolet Powerglide radio and 4t-Jan 23-Feb 13

'.; bers-Mary Mathews, Past Grand Gulf Powr office here, and thsy heater, excellent condition. Local- WALTER CORP. HAS NOTICE OF UNITE1J!: MAR.
Marshall Glyndol Commander, have a host of friends who were will be discussed.. It is important one, two three bedroom houses BHAfc that BALE NOTICE 1. hereby given
unoer and
Chairman of the Pusan Children's glad to see them again. or write Betty Padgett Bryan, and lots with small down pay- Judgment of Forfeiture ue reCde> Final I in
r Y'fyl 's'? i Charity Jlo.pltal-Geneva Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Daughette 3 Talladega Trail, Pensacola ments and low monthly payments. the United States District Court for
the Northern
Member of the Credential Committee district of Florida! on
spent several days in New Orleans Florida. Itchg Phone TW 6-5251. 2t 1-16.23 January M. .i94' in Penoa1a civU
-Lucille Taunton, Grand last week. Action No. wherein the United

Representative to Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hollinsworth JACK'S VENETIAN BLIND I LEGAL NOTICENOTICE 2-DOOR States was SEDAN.llbelant. Identlflc..tlonNo.and ON 1983.,,

.y Worthy Matrons. Worthy Patrons and children visited the Robert Service, Florala, Alabama. We offer 2Neioi24589, was respondent.

J Y Past Matrons and Past Pat- Martins In Cantonment Sunday. the very best service on repairing ern United district States of MarahaTf Florida or or the my North"authorized .
rons were Introduced and wel- Venetian blinds. We install OP FICTITIOUS NAME deputy will offer for sale
and Mrs. S. i fc: Davis of Mossy\ Head, announce the Mrs. W. J. Once is now at Notice 1. hereby given that pursuantto .11 at public to the and
Mr. highest
comed. Visitors asked to rise outcry
were home :from new tapes, cords or clean and Chapter No N5.0I Florida statute\ and best .
and for
hospital caeh
doing before
engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to A2C Robert and introduce themselves and the refinish your blinds for a sum the undersigned WUl on February 21. r8nce of the United States the-
Mrs. Albert Wi- very nicely to thank nil their Ifo4.) register with the Cleric of circuit IKS'n?, :
I USAF the of Mr.\ and and
F. Weizycki ( ), son Worthy,Matron extended a warm many friends for being so kindto much less than the price of new Court of Walton County, Florida, the City of Pen8n<'ola. Florida Courthouse on Monday.In the
ezycki of Knox, Indiana welcome to them. them. Recent visitors In ones. We manufacture the finestin fictitious name of MUBKUkC or THE: February 3. 1964 at 12:00: o'clock noon!
the SEA AND INDIAN said fictitious name
Wedding plans will be announced later. The Officers of the Chapter home of Mr. anMrs.. Once were custom-made blinds and drapes. being the name which the land.signed .,- the the same''i'Ji1' being a legal a legal hour sales of sale day. and the

Alpha Omicron Chapter Miss\ Infinger EntertainedAt 'resented' a courtesy honoring. our Rev. and Mrs. J. C. McLendonof For a courteous salesman to gallon the State are of caiiylng.Florida onbuslneaa, their in said 2N51G124569 2-Door Sedan This Identification No.
Worthy Grand Maton. The use Nlcevllle. :you, call 8-4612. b baYlDf Santa automobile may be
Of Delta Kappa Gamma Lovely ShowerThe hoes maca.acWalton County. Florida, Inspected prior to the sale at Ferries
of Musical Notes as the theme Mrr. Nino Vlolante of Tallahassee Frank N. Warehouse and Storage Company. East
Met In CrestviewRev. FOR RENT: SMALL 2.BED. Klrkner. Gregory at 12th Avenue J>ena col.r
home of Mrs. Betty Staf- was in keeping. with the Worthy was a visitor this week in ROOM unfurnished house. Fred Husband Hllde B and. Klrkner.Wife.Wan Florida during the morning of Februsry -
of ford in Red Bay was the recent Grand Matron's theme. She was DeFunlak Springs. 3. 1984. Emmett E. 8helby United
Gene Waterson; pastor Baker. Dec26tf the aUrftiee States Marshal.
JKS '
&
the First Baptist church in Crest- scene of a lovely lingerie shower presented an Honorary Membership __ __ 23. : + at Jan 23.30

view spoke at the January honoring Miss Sandra Infinger Certificate from Freeport
meeting of Alpha Omicron Chap- bride-elect of Mr. Ronald Wayne Chapte. She thanked the Chapter
at for the evening and the effort put
Reagan.
Gamma
ter of Delta Kappa
Hilton's Restaurant In Crestview 1 The home was beautifully de- forth to make her visit a pleAsant -

1 Rev. Waterson spoke on the 1 rated in keeping with the holiday one. She left this though4

prevention of mental illness. He season and delicious refresh- with those present-Service to

stated that a good way to prevent i ments were served to several God and your fellow man

mental illness is to keep occupied young friends of Miss Infinger., Refreshments were served in :

-both physically and mentally. The bride-to-be received many the Dining Hall.

According to Rev. Waterson lovely gifts.
,: hate, worry fear and lack of Mr. Harold Donaldson of I FURNITURE $SMI
encouragement are some factors Mr. and Mrs. Fred Louge of Marianna, was visiting his family -

which are most likely to bring Rantoul, III, who have been house I Mr. and Mrs. John Donaldson by ?

about mental illness. quests of the Walter Tappan's over the weekend.

Members from DeFunlak I 'eft for Palm Beach for three The Rev. Geo. Milam. Jr. Mrs.

Springs attending the meetingwere months Marion MfcNarnee and Mrs. Walter r
Mrs. Thomas D. Beasley Mrs. Marie Douglass spent, tho Tappan will leave Monday the y

Mrs. Emery Campbell Mrs. Mao I weekend in Crentvlew. She was 27th for the Episcopal Annual H l
Walker and Mrs. J. D. wooten, dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Church Council In Jacksonvilleto ''' ] t

Jr. O.. Oswold on Sunday. be held :Tuesday Wednesday "
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sellars and end Thursday at Holy Comforter ., \" Goo'tf-eLEAN: USEDFURNITURE

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tappan sons of Pensacola spent the Church. While there they will '. : ,
spent the weekend in Quincy with weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. the house guests of Mr. and "

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ARRESTINQ OFFIGAe Q.MAitQf& .,. ....,. 011'. _.'T ihYP1a-fM ..TftJALDrJPOlnTION, ; : OP CABS Pt. Washington -- ley of Pt. Washington were ttusl?-
4 Demmon* A Slmms Caswcll. Dep. SberltfCaswell DrlTlng while IDtoai-t.ed 13-18-83 'N'ode Pros.W.PO And The Beaches ness visitors in Panama City
Willie Monday.
4 D. Fuller .
w-M-Af Dep. Sheriff Driving while Intoxicated 12-18-83 or 30 .doy.. 0
4 W-M-A-T Denunon A. airams Caswell. Dep. Sheriff No Valid Drivers License 13-18-63 W -', Nolle Pro. "Mr. and Mrs. Mussel)' 'lladen HOUSEWARMINGMrs.
July 19 Noah' Rushing have returned to their Sea .
State Gene
W-M-A-T Beverage Dept. Bale of Taa Paid Whiskey In 12-18-63 Nol Pro. Beach grove Infinger gave a surprise --
19 Julian-May McNsal I Dry County home after spending a Housewarming for Mrs.
Alford Dep. Sheriff IlleKal Bale and Poss. of 13-18-83 Not Oullty. month In
o. bard Mon-taa t EdgowaKr. Fla., near i Levie McKJnney Friday evening
Aug. 10 W-M-A-02 Etl (nmn) Whltehurst Smith FHPBaltamnn Driving while patd Intoxicated wlxlakey .123-03 f1 o.oO or 30 days.: Cape Kennedy, where their non- from 5 to 7. The McKlnneys

18 Richard Whltehurst Covet -D. W. I. 12-18-83 Mot. Oullty.Not In-law and daughter Mr. and moved Into the lovely new horn!
W-M-A-62 Richard Mr: and Mrs. Joe Dickens, live. just before Christmas.
Whttehurst
law Saltaman Const. DytS .k 12-18-83 guilty. Mrs. Ollie Sue
-M-A-81 Godwin of New Games were enjoyed arid, Mrs;
Oct. 13 Teel Noble. Repress Dep. Sheriff W. O. Make of Orleans, spent the weekend
12-7-83. restitution ft: pay cost of her
W-M-A McKinney opened many
.a h., $2S OO or 'JO days. January 12th
with
17 H. B. Best Jr. Evans; Dep. Sheriff W. C. ;.f 12-18-83 Make rettltutlon At pay children. her mother and 'pretty i gifts for the new home.

23 t: r.fIcOaKiller: ; Crowell. Dap Sheriff Transporting moonshine whlakey 12-14-03 f7S.no! S2VOO or ::'orcJ 30 y.days.. :Mr Lenton Bostick of Mrs. Infinger, assisted bv the
as Head '
WLMw Pfeitfer, I'HP Unlawful Speed n-4-S3 1>1. Suspended 30 da,.. honoree daughter. Miss Ann McKinney -.
tend Ala.
MM and Mr. Howard Harrison served delicious coffee,
Oct. 23 Avance Marshall Blow Pfeltfer. FlIP Improper Tag Z'*" .12-17-83. f2 .OO or 30 day. of Dothan, spent the week home-made cakes and candy to
W-M-A-37 { md wwlth their grandmother
,
28 Our W. Hamilton Resprc SherIff . the following: Mrs. E. E. Comstock -
s
Drp. Worthless Check .: l' "> "12-B-83-- Make restitution A payS25.00 Mrs. Mamie Hatch and Mr. W.
Mrs. Molly McGee Mrs.
24 Sarah Burges Richardson, Drp. SheriffCaswell Worthless Cheek .. 'i2- .-83 tUS.oo:. to costs.Include costs or 30 da,.. ,El. Hobbt. Evie Bailsman and granddaughter,

Make restitution of 2977. Miss Julia Strickland returned Gay Godwin Mrs. Roy Burllson
.$9,. 2 W-M Henry Vann Dep. Sheriff Dk. 12-18-83 $29.00 or 30 days. to their home Saturday after be- and granddaughter Teresa Butler.

.4 Jimmy "' \&Uln. Richardson. Dep. Sheriff Petit Larceny 12-1-83 Make restitution. A pay Ine a patient In Fort Walton Miss Helen Strickland, Mrs. R. R.
W-M-A-4S 90.00 or 30 day. hospital for several days. Haden, Mrs. Steve Bararett, Mrs
James Burgess Pfeiffer PHP Reckless Driving WoW 1J-3-8J: I29.0O 3O Mr.
or and
10W- '- -18A. days Mrs. J D. Grice of Russell Strickland, and Mrs. I Rhe-
10 C-M-A-M James Moss Pfeiffer FKPSaltamaa. Driving while license revoked 12-7-83.. 4100 OO or 30 days. .. led Bay were the Sunday guestsof rnes Scott. Sending gift but unable
Mr. and
10 James Moss Oon.t. Drlvlnc while IntoxicatedImproper 11-12-43 i 81250 or :90 day. Mrs. Gene Infinger. t to attend was Mrs. Albert Butler.
The
W-M-A-31 fingers also enjoyed a visit
12 W-M-A-25.Lewis E. Brown McDanlel. PHPRespress. turn through Intersection 12.14.63.. 839.00 or 30 d",.. from her brother Mr. O. Lee Two Walton Students

18 Henry Le. Bearden Dep. Sheriff Allowing unauthorised person to drive 11.27.63. : i! Nol Prosse. Carter of Pensacola.M. Get Degrees From FSU

!22.,W-M-A-31."MA:22W Paul Landi n..p...... Dep. Sheriff .' Petit Larceny ll-22-e3. .., ._ . ; 4290 oo or I month ., Goodwin Ala., visited Little his of sister-in-Greenville Florida State University announced

u>y Asi'elberCorn:Theibert McDanlel. PHP Petit LarosnyMo 1i.23-iI -' ;" ''.' 2SOon or i month. law and brother-in-law, Mrs.
today a graduating class
:22WIt otvert M. Elliott Hunt PHPPfelffer. Driver Uoeoa* 12-t-03' : :. 2900 or 10 da,.. Mamie Hatch and Mr. W. n. of 591 students who completed

:33: W-M-A-21 W-M-A-35 John Carl Bailey rBP. No 71MCCarrylnc. 12.9.6',':r.i: .'f:.,:, Ca. dismissed-Subject has vslld Tag. Hobbs Mr*.on Albert Wednesday Butler last and week.Mrs. requirements trimester just for degrees ended. duringthe

U'',' f%' I:. E. Comstock were among those
;:=. 23 Coston Virgil MrCasklll Baldwin. Dep. Sheriff concealed weapon 12.7.43/ .( ..'... i '000 or 30 day. attending the workshop in Dc- Registrar Murray W. Kenna
O-M-A-2S Unlawful 12--sJ.\: :', ;, ,.. Funiak said diplomas will be sent out in
34 Michael Orsuf Brlrely: Banders. FlIP Speed 129.00 or 30 da Springs Wednesday spon.
'; > sored the |a few days to 488 who received
2SWM 8.21en. : J by Camellia Club.
W-M-A-20 Bailsman. Const.Oksloosa Expired Tag 12.i2-3.S :. 43OOO or 30 day. Misses Betty Strickland. Sim IP bachelor's degree 79 who re-
fl Betty B. EDglebrecht Co. S. D. AnnYAte4&It 12--at; .ti Dismissed on payment of costs of: Kllbourne, Kim Comstock, Sara I reived a master's and 24 who
20W F-A;f Orenshaw Baldwin Dep. 8harltf P\lWSo PTofanity-enrok 11.4.63'( 12500 : 10 lwmpl.lning'day.. wltn.... Belser and Anglne Williams accompanied irceived a doctor's degree.
Q-1N-A.f $150.p by Mrs. Walton county graduates were:
Albert
But-
jMe. p J. D. Carroll RHpreu. Dep. Shariff D W. I. 1 2.9r,3T or 30 dan. DeFuniak South.
,: ler, spent Friday In Panama City. Springs-Joseph
;.K--4: w111on Pfeiffer. nrP IIDp. Dr. LS4. .. 11-9-83 $2500 01' 10 day.. Mrs. John Fonville of Sea grove I and Edwards, BA arts and science
w-M-A-21 .h and from Point Washington
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Pleasant Ridge Home -- -- -- --
. .. Square Dance Classes Tone ,
News Of Walton Democratic Club Open Until February 7 ;

Service .. --
Men In
The club met at the homfr! of The new classes in square danc-
Mrs. Geraldine Henderson, with ing to begin on February 7 are
Ronald L. Rushing, seaman apprentice 11 members present." Everyonewas Increasing. Last Saturday night
USN, son of Mr.of and 209 glad that Mrs. Strickland was We signed; five new couples, Mr. :
Mrs. Louie M.returned Rushing to Newport ,tack ith us again, as the wea- and Mrs. Roy Anderson, Mr. and r
South 18th St.aboard, the destroyer ther has been so bad for tho elderly Mrs. I. V. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
R I.. SPECILOFFEH
after three ones to get out. Hansel Mclnnls Mr. and Mrs. Don
Dec. 20(
Blandy,
USS The president called the meet- \/
In the Mediterranean Steel, Mr. and Mrs. Paul-Murphy.
months deployment and Middle East. ing to order. Geraldine gave the They are looking forward to the,
devotional taken from Psalms 26 fun and exercise of Square danc-
Blandy participated in operations We sang America and everyone
with units of the British repeated the Lord's Prayer.We Jng.We I believe If you come down I
and aircraft went Into the unfinishedand .. ..'. .
and Pakistani Navies to the regular Saturday night .
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from Iran and Turkey in new business. We discussed dance you will enjoy being I a -:" :'. "It' It I- I i
a CENTO exercise called MID- heating the Club House with gas spectator and maybe you too will] '
LINK VI, This exercise was designed heat. Also asked the president to want to sign up. If you are interested '.
to increase military cooperation buy a heater, Mrs. Clark told us in Joining please' call I ,
and efficiency among about. these numbers after 7 o'clock, TW .
allied nations. Mrs.: Clark gave an outstandingtalk 6-4735 and TW 6-4311, and talk I:
on being very careful about to our president and vice press ___
I materials and ready made I -
buying
Joe Conner, dent. .
Staff Set
Jr.Army, whose wife, Annie lives at clothes She white also sale told us month.that. January On January 25, the Shirts and .-''llig 12'. Pound Capacity'Tilt G-E HI-SPEED DRYER
was have been invited to attend '
Skirts
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612 E. Sloss ave. e.
We plan to see the new film of square . *. Bit' 12 Pound
Storm, a 1st a graduation .
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in Exercise now .
Flo
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Cavalary Division field training dancers .. .
to much High Speed DryinjSystem
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in Korea scheduled tend any group can Club Dance on Eglin Field Therefore "
maneuver Jan. 18. en' this dreadful disease. The hostess our dance will be cancelled. ; C .. Multiple Cycle Washing, 1' Variable.

sehvcd delicious refreshmentsOur We hope the Shirts and Skirts . . .... . . .o' .... .' . Safety Time Dry Start Control Switch*
The exercise is designed to test next meeting is February19th will be well represented at the Activated Soak Cycle ,
the division's ability to operate in with Mrs. Maggie Chesser as graduation.The : Huff Cycle
Korean winter conditions and to hostess. Hope all old and new following week, Saturday,1 Drttt-Modal--DA.518Y-
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measure the effect of extreme. members will be present. February 1st we will be back : ....' J
cold on men and equipment. Reporter. again This will be our final -
Sergeant Conner is assigned as gular dance before the re-I Three Wash Temperatures
a tank commander in Company A, BIRTH 'ANNOUNCEMENT begin on February 7th. So if you I r
2d Battalion of the division's 15th haven't registered already be sure / .... .. Two Rinse Temperatures
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Armor. Capt. and Mrs. Harry N. Ball ofF to do so. .\r,if Y 4 irUnblance
The sergeant entered the Armyin .t Bnnlng. Georgia, announce the I We are planning to have a Val- Load ControlSafefyMLld $49 9 5.
April 1951.Conner : arrival of a second son.' Bruce entine Party on February 15, so
Patrick, born at 5:48 a.m. 'January keep this date in mind for you w .. .
attended Tivoli High 9. 1964 at Martian Army. will. hear more about it later. ..:. Switch
School., Hospital. f -club Reporter I I w r' Ar.MIwAas. oal ... .
Bruce Patrick is the brotherof Porcelain Tub & Basket

andparents Alan Neal are Ball.Mr. and Maternal Mrs.. I I *

W. H. Prescott of Argyle. Paternal 3 1 9 9.5 . .. ..... .. .... . ..:
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NOTICESNOTICE five Box '! De# ""ak'8pllII.la. Roll" the"-, be.-'b.fora'thle Court on th. Clerk Circuit Cour'W.lt.ola newspaper published tn Walton-CountVboNSMjviO this *th day Contractor who .
Ida and thereafteto, XUe with the, 2 th day of January. llN14, at 10 MO oounty Florida I submits a bid direct
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of Clerk of said Court the original there* clock AM, within said Court ai t By Iva Adkinson. D. C. ORDERED at DeFurttakRprlnt. rlcla.)) B. : ment. In Own.r good and return all docu
as prescribed by law therein swttln g the Court House in DeOTuniak Springs. Dou Andrews .". Florida this 7 day of January Clerk condition. within ten
OF API'lICATION!! up the .estate right title or Interest In, Florida, why Said revenue bond and Ot Campbell 4c Andrew 1I-J4. I bid(10),) Others after the opening date of
FOR TAX 1 1941) or.lien upon the above deacrtbed prop. the proceedings incident thereto should P O. Box 32$ j lsosil( I> Clerk >! .... per set if .will be refunded *23,Oo
LAWS OF arty r. claimed by you. Herein fall no t. not be validated and oonflnned by DeFunlak" Bprlnga Florida CircuitwCourtWalton 4tt: Jan0116673. days. returned within ten (1O>
Notlo to holder ethehfollOMing or irauT: sobered again.t a decree of this Court In conformity Attorney for Plaintiffs County.' Florida Bids must be
Rome. the you to the prayer set forth in aaid Petition 4t: Jan 9. UI. 23. 30 By: Iva AdkJnson. D. o IN THE : certified check accompanied by a
certlficat tarn filed said certificate. WITNESS my hand and the seal ot and tu* law of the. Attorneys for plaintiff; IN AND FOR or .bid bond In an
tax dee to b. Issued thereon laid Court at DePunlak pursuantin. amount not 'Ire than ten percent
for a Springs Flor state of Curb case mad Douglas M. Andrew ,,
oerttflcat number and Ida. this 31 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN i (loI!{ i of the Base Bid
Tb year oIssuance day of J>ecember. A. D. and provided Of Campbell Ac Andrew RE ESTATE: A
odn description of which I It 1M3.SEAL IT IS FURTHER ORDERED: AND WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA f O. Box 320DFlmlalc MOORE Bond Performance Bond and a Payment
p.rtj tb. name* In ) JI:. LEO ANDREWS. DECREED that the Clerk of this IN CHANCERY NO. g3Z4 Spring, Florida NOTICE TO each In hem t of 1004
wa asend .r. a. follow: Clerk of the Court Court be and he I* hereby requiredto ROBERT PENTEL and BEATRICE J ": Jan t. 18. 23. 30 All__creditor of willn..be. required' of the successful
Certificate No. 288 Year of Issuance Walton County. Florida cause this Order to b* published. in PKNTBL. his wife pra Moore, d_... I
1B 1. Description: of Property Lots 1 By Colleen. McDonald Th DePunlak Herald a newcpaperpuhnahed Plaintiffs. fleet and required : periodbid sixty be withdrawn "\
thru 32Mfc Orange Park S.D. sec Deputy Clerk. tn th City of DePunlak : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND or demands .. (60)) days after the
non :MI. Township 4 North. Range 21 4t-Jan 8 10 U 30 Spring*, Florida, and of general circulation WILLIAM A. HARRELBON and MILDAA. FUR WALTON COUNTY FIRST against said. estate "Ids closing time. for the receipt
West Name In which assessed Capital tn..... city of DeFunlak HARRELSON. husband and wife JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA the County. Judge 1, Right..: la reserved to waive
Development Co. IN!! THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WALTON Sprue once each week for at least If living and If dead, theirunknown NO. 2I7 Florida. In the : . select alternates, and
Certificate No. 29 :'Year. ot Isauanc COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY three (3) consecutive week prior to heirs, devisees and THOMAS R POTTER and OLAOTS Punlak Bprlngs. reject any or all bidIn evefICth."PEwn5r
1801 Oxartpttoa; of :Property Lot 33 .NO SJt7T> the said 2S day. of January. 1IM4., the legatees, and any and all persons, L POTTER hi* wife. alendsr months f : .to be ltt the. interest
and M thru ea. Bis 11. Orange ParksD ANNETTE B. MURPHY. publication thereof to b* firms, or lobae'.Ig'ne'ft: by Plaintiff. first publication of
Section 38, Township 4 North. Plaintiff. leaastt eighteen ( ) days said through or under ; VB-_ claim or demand Walton County Hospital: :
Bang 21 West. Name tn which aasssed T*. date, and same i: hereby : r.s-to of them or claiming any right 1NCO PLUMBING COMPANY. and must state the P1"1"* Springs. Florida
Development Co.Certificate MURPHY constitute notice property. title and Interest In the property NCORPORATbO. and post office . lo" Thomas, Administrate
Ho. 3OO. (ear of Issuance1M1. EDWARD wner.*. taxpayers: oltisense and otherslaving In Walton county. Florida d..rlbed.I. a cor "oration. and .nt and must be 23. 30
Description Obr Property Lot t l4OTICE OF DIVORCE: SUIT or claiming. any right. tlU* or .: Lola 23 and 24. Block 81t. Town THE UNITED STATES OP AMERICA. claimant his agent :
thru 33 Blk 12. Park S-D NOTICE TO AX-FREED: EDWARD Interest In said city or the property of Santa Rosa. Walton County. Defendants. 01' it will become Be...It WEPhaRadiiooo Z..pp
.CWO.seN: Township 4 North, Rang MURPPHY. FOUNTAIN TRAILJER .herein. commanding and requiring Florida \OTlrE; OF SUIT law. <*" of ( ( h_
21 In which assessed PAaK. MELBOURNE FLORIDA them to show. cause If any they haveor Defendants TO: CINCO PLUMBING COMPANY This S day of Ja led before the Federal Communlc
Capital Development tyCobeln You are hereby notified that a suit If any there b*. to said Court at 11am NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS:; WIN Fort Walton Beach Florida I !i5nImi/n."pPllc; / ..t'on' for Con.
All of In the for divorce has been filed against you he. Court House at DePunlak Sprint. A. Harrelson and Mild Marrrlson. You sre hereby notified that a cult r. Si permit for F. M. Station on
of Wall:: State of Florida. In the Florida 2Oth I husband and wife if living, and has been filed against Fist publication 3O M
County above named Court by the on said day of January. If dead, Hein you In th* on; on63Channel Station
imiee such certificate or certificate above named defendant and that you 1.M. at said hour of 10OO clock A.M., and their unknown devisees, above entitled. cause, and that you are ttt Jan 8. Ie 23 I operate 276 with a
aball be redeemed according to law are required to tile your written answer why said revenue bonds and the firm legatees and any. and all persons, required to file your answer with th* .. : of 103.1 Megacycles. with a
th* property described in such certificate with the Clerk of the abov; proceeding ate thereto should through or or corporations wader them, claiming bY of Clerk of this Court and to serve a & .... of I.8 kilowatts. Antenna height
or certificate will be old to earned Court and to serve a copy not b* eaand confirmed by a them, or or either copy thereof upon the plaintiff at. ALTERATIONS .average terrain of "803 feet.
tbs bleb eat bidder at the court house of such answer upon the plaintiffsattorney decree of this Court tn conformity to property In claiming Walton interest. in that tornevH" whoso name and address I* t tulcLwBd transmitter. to be
door' beginning 1:30: P.M. on the first whoa nam* and :address apean lb. prayer set forthn aald Petitionand described as Lots 23 and County 24 Block Florida THOMPSON if WBLLS, McLean Build. WALTON .. Sprig.rthWalton In
Monday In month of February 1904 > below on or before February pursuant.ato.a: laws of the State Town of Santa Rosa. Walton 09, ing.Florida'not; P O liter': DeHinlak 8prin DePunlak .. .
which U th. day of 3rd. 1964 7. IIN54. This nonce shah be publish of Florida case, mad and Florida County, than February ft: Sealed bid will .
Dated title 27th day of December ed one each week' for four (4)) consecutive provided. Sworn complaint filed IM4 If you fall to do so a Deere Pro Walton. County 10-23-30
.1803. week In the DeFunlak Herald, DONE AND ORDERED. DePunlak by>> the plaintiff* tn th*above: for Confesso the will be entered. against. you prlng *. Florida n 1e i
E. LEO ANDREWS a of weekly circulation In Spring. Florida, in th Fires Judicial Court In the above-entitled relief demanded ID the Com 30 am., u
Clerk of Circuit Court of ..:; w.paJ.fn: Florida Circuit: of the Stat : Florid, this action entitling th cause of plaint This suit la to foreclose ; Tuesday
plaintiff to thisnotice ..
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Walton County Florida DONE: AND I day of January 18 4. mort The Property proceeded Cmwt.
ORDERED At
In DePunlak you and each of you are hereby th .
D., against lat Dr. J.
-It .Jan. :2-23 Porlnes. Walton Count Flarlilaw this Tho Beasley notified that. a mortgage. foreclosure A office. Court L. Anderson
31B1f1. of December1883. rd the of the Circuit Court suit baa been filed against you In the situate portion m of Government. Lot es OePunlak announces the
Section 3O. opening of his
LEO First Judicial ._ Township a
( ) E. ANDREWS *.nameet Court by the abovenamed .
3.NFORWALTONICOUNTY.. FLORIDAD Clerk of Circuit Court Circuit of Florida In and plaintiffs seeking to foreclose South a* follows, : rClnlnll ';. described (Ca) Oneral office for the Practice of Optometry -

.FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NO. 8319If Walton County.; Florida 3tl Jan. 8.for 18,Walton 33 County. their lien In the above-described pro- corner of the at HJI:the% of southwest the- bbl Operating. In all Its phases. Eyes
M. OAINEY.: by his guardian By Ira Adkinson. D.C. perty and you are hereby notified and BE 4. Sec. 30. Food 8.rvlce
XJDDIB OAINEY. Douglas M Andrew CIRCUIT required to serve upon the attorney of Range 21 West Township 2 South.. CC) Elevators examined glasses and contact
IN COURT OF state of "
Florida at ,
Of Campbell *> Andrew record for the plaintiff welch lenses
Plaintiffs. j COUNTY, FLORIDA a copy ofFOUl' thence go North a distance of 330 to uMlcIy"oMnd prescribed
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11, I :328 W"u: : answer or written defense If feet to
DePuuni.k a
Florida NO. g32 any. to the In point thence go EaM. FIYs. ln Office ,Flours:
ANNIE OBIOOe. the widow of Springs. complaint the said a distance of 1. feet P 'l
ROBERT
PKNTEL and BEATRICE to the
Counsel for Plaintiff cause and to file the original of point document ar*
Armor ..*. HATTIE CARROLL. such of open Monday through
Jan. 9 18 33 30 PlENTZL.VS answer or written defense with the 'n.otth parcel des ties .i certain Saturday
the widow of J. E. Carroll their cribed KM
heirs assigns, administrator, - _' FMlnnrre.SILL Clerk of the Circuit Court of Walton east a distance. of !.. feet continue I H-weCaua.y ; : 8:00: A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

executor grant***, llenor and any IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE: HASTING and LOUISE :i'u'.tl'r: Florida,. I0O4Thla on .or before the 14 point, thence go south. 2OO feet to to a A....".. eo"th. Closed all day Thursday
p.r.oo. claiming any enright.. title FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP HAST7NO. If living and notice shall be published a point thence go West M. tees up.. the
Dr ta'-t 1D. 01' the FLORIDA IN AND FOR WALTON their unknown heir, d. L.eadand.. each week for four. consecutive week once to. a point thence go North ago The full,deposit amount of : Crestview, Florida
real property>> herein described COUNTY CHANCERY legate and any and all persons, In Th.' DePunlak Herald, a weekly WITNESS feet to the point of beginning up t.Q. two '.te of 602 North Main St.
or any Dart thereof. firm. my 5
or corporation claiming by seal of retueud' to
Defendant CITY OP DePUNXAK 8PRINOS. through or under them or either sold court at .rSMJBS Floe- Red one each Phone MU 2.4014
each
THE STATE or FLORIDA TO: FLORIDA, Petitioner. of them, or claiming any right .tlto j
ANNDS ORIOO8. the widow of V8.- title, or Interest to Lota 1 and 3.
Armor Orlgg HATTIE CARROLL, THE STATE OP FLORIDA, and the Town of Santa tjtoaai,
the widow of J. E. CnrroU.their taxpayer property owner and-' =tGD'IO Coxvty. .Florida/,
heir, assigns, administrators citizens of the Town of QSnlakprlngs. Defendant.
executors. grantees, llenors and Florida. liulii< a*> MB.resident NOTICE* TO DBFBttDAMTB. BUIBasting
any person claiming any nr"h:" owning property *r subjectto and Louis 1-aattng. If living
title or Interest In. or taxation therein*. and If dead their unknown heirs, des
the real property herein deacrlf'ect: Defendant .Wee and legatees and any and all
or any part thereof ORDER 'TO SHOW CAUSB: person*, [arm..; corporations) claimIng 124"I
ORESTNOS.You : RULE NISI by through, or under them. or
ar* hereby nottleedh:r been: Th above cause coming on ton b* either of them or claiming iDw..to..t't 1
preoeedlng to quiet heard upon the Petition this day In property In ,Walton County.
brought tn. the Circuit Court of Wal- herein by of DePunlakprlngs. :: ton County Florida against Annie a moniotpClat and pcoUUoalaubctl..1etoQ Block 70. Town of Santa Rosa Walton IwlnG..aqIlJ
Orlgg and Rattle Carroll, and all person In thai County of Walton County. Florida B"'IMi''Wf' )
claiming any estate, right I title nd State of Florideeeklng to deermine Sworn complaint having been filed
or' Interest in. or lien upon the. fol- the .uthorlty' :; to-lssu* SewerKerenu by the above-named plaintiffs In theaboveentitled wall can No
I lowlndescribed real property situate Bond. ........ of In Walton County Florida, to-wit: city, In the principal -::'anaeunt of entitled cause of action entitling the ice crush.r
beginning at the Southeast cor- 48OOOO for the purpose of miring the plaintiff. to this notice. you and each INSTANTLV
oar of the Northeast quarter ofthe coat of extensions to the ewa. system of are hereby notified that a BONDS
I Southeast quarter of Section of the city and for the iuif ni* orlare foreclosure suit his ben OM CONTACT I
34, North. Rang IB of retiring and refinancing; preVvusly _t.you tn the abovenamedCourt
Z3nar' thence 35 yards Issued and outstanding revenue ctelt- f: th* above-plalatttf seeking
North and South and 140 yards of said oltv. and to determine. forecloe his lien in the above-
East: and West thence running rattona: tF of the proceeding* bad scilbed property and: you:* hereby
Worth and South 33 yards thence and taken preliminary to and m coo. notified and required to a upon
East and West 140 yard. to pointof Section with:: th. matter of the issuance lalntlffa* attorney: a copy of your we 9MWwMl f CONTACaCiMEJNT
beginning. of such revenue bonds In* newer or written defenses. If any. to I
udlng provision for th* p.ymeabthereof : the complaint. In said cause and to ffffffffff. ? ......
ALSO. Southeast quarter of a* to both prlnolpal and Interest roe the original of such answer or .Iltra..IOno
Southeast quarter of Section 24. from the rTnua of written defense* with the Clerk of the I
Township 5 North. Rang 10 West. tern and the prooaada .... a.r:1 Circuit Court of Walton County Flor- STEP STOOL r
a cigarette tax a* set forth In aaldiroceedlngs. I If Ida. on or before the 14 day of PebrUThl J
North half of Northwest quarterof and aeakJng *> deore tn 1968": : The new Coco step stool
Section SO Township S North his Court to validate and confirm the notice shall be published each with the mart hourglas de ifI
Bang .II West. Issuance of said revenue bond and week for four consecutive week In sign. The a.IID'1-1II)I Ii
awngaway( :
aid Petition now having been presented The DePoUlak Herald a weekly news- step
and you' ar* hereby required to serve to this Court and the Court paper published in Walton County, ererubbertreadedforeddede.fety.
copies of your answer or other pleading being fully advised lorida. Sturdy chrome can
*., If any. to the complaint In said IT IS' ORDERED. ADJUDGES AND DONE AND ORDERED at DePun&ak8prtnp.
poceedlngs on or before the 2nd day DECREED that .tb*,,8ta** of Florida Florida, this 7 day of JanuTAX frame. Choice of handsome Cru hg Ice baltor
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