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: February 6, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Volume ID: VID00214
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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Delightful Show PresentedBy DEFUIikK

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Magnolia Garden Club e




One of the-loveliest affairs I"ret' >port Chapter No. 281 0 (

ever held in Point Washingtonwas Order Of The Eastern Star

the Fashion Show presented .a Ft'sVOLUME
The Officers of Freeport Chapter ...
the Magnolia :oJ : ".
Thursday night by C
No. 28, O.E.S. for the year .....
Garden Club when about 125 (j- .:
1964 installed in a beauti-
were .
people viewed the latest stylesfor I

Milady.: ful ceremony Saturday The evening.Installation 72-PUBLISHED I EVERY TIIURSDA DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA FEBRUARY f, 19i S: r 9
January 25, at 7:30.: -
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The Bay school auditorium was was open to the public and Near For 1964 Council Accepts ?
transformed Into a garden of Mag- a large crowd was on hand to Signup

nolias and other greenery to forma enjoy the evening with their Feed Grain ProgramFarmers Federal Grant For 1964 Heart Fundf CampaignTo

perfect setting for the lovely friends. Sewer ExtensionA

models who so gracefully displayed Installing Officers were: Mrs. will have ,an opport-
some 29 different outfits, showing Perla Rogers, Past Grand Matronof in the 1904 feed
to sign
unity
everything from grasshopper the Grand Chapter of Florida, up federal grant for extension'

set to formal tea dress. as Grand Installing Officers: Mrs. grain according program to Fred early Spann in Februay Chairman -, of the sewer lines in the western Be Held Durir FebruaryGaskin

Minnie Lee Peak, Grand Martha Stabilization part of town was accepted by j
Mrs. W. A. Holley, chairman of of the Grand Chapter of Florida, Agricultural Com th City Council in a meeting held
the Ways and Means committee and Conservation County last Wednesday: night.
Installing Mrs. Mary Lewis.
as ;
will be
served as general chairman of Grand Chaplain of the mittee. The signup period The city had been notified that --
Past
fo seven weeks, from Feb. 10 Glendale The 1004 Heart fcuncl campaign
the show.The Grand Chapter of Florida Install- the federal Housing and Finance ,
I club president, Miss Lois ing Chaplain; Mrs. Glyndol Commander through March 27. Agency, through' the Accelerated Tangle Feb. 8th World Day of PrayerThe opened here and throughout
the chair the
state
As In previous years Public Works Program would Saturday February I,
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Maxon and Mrs. Nan Murray of Grand Chapter Commit man explained. the feed gram furnish SO cent of the funds first Friday in Lent has and will continue through February
and DeFuniak tee Member of the Grand Chapterof and per The Gaskin P.TA. will tangle been observed for 29
Grayton Beach program will be voluntary for the $154,000 project. many yearsas it was stated today by
" Springs, greeted the arrivals at Florida. Installing Organist; each individual producer on farm At the meeting, presided over with the Glendale P.TA. on Sat- the World Day of Prayer Richard and Velma Hesler, local .
the door and showed them to Mr. John Rogers and Mr. George growing one of the three feed by Councilman, John F. Blud- rday night, February 8, for the On February 14, during the full campaign chairmen.

seats which had been arranged on Lewis. Past Patrons as Assistant grains covered by the program worth In the absence of President championship game at the Thorn 24 hours, Christians around the This campaign will afford every -

both sides of the large auditorium Grand Installing Officers and Mrs. will make his own decision about Glenn Rowe, Barcus and Kindred, as D. Bailey gym in DeFunial world will be forming a prayer resident of our county an

leaving a side aisle for the model- Agnes Dickey, Past Matron, In whether to _take pare The program Chicago; contracted to buy sewer Springs Game time will be 7:00: chain which will encircle the opportunity to take part in one

ing. charge of Registration. .I is available for corn gram bonds in the amount of $75,000to PM.Last globe. of history's greatest crusades,"
I After the 1963 Officers, retired sorghum, and barley.To share of year the Glendale team, put This community is a link in said the chairmen. This is a
help defray the city's
Miss Maxon, in a few well.. their badges the following were take part in the feed grain the up a game fight, in a losing cause, this chain Join the Christians ",fall unique cause. It unites into one 1

chosen words, welcomed: the< installed in their respective of- program, the farmer will agreeto Barcus program..and Kindred acted as hen the Gaskin 'Glamour Girls' faiths in our town in the appeal diseases which arcs responsible -
guests and thanked everyone! who I fices-Worthy Matron Mrs. Lor- take out of production and and Gaskin "Hot Shots" sound prayer service to be held at the for more that 54 percentof
in selling the original sewer
.had worked so untiringly to mak< ene Howell; Worthy Patron, Mr. devote to an approved conserva- bonds agent which have Just been fin- I feated season ithFuDex First Presbyterian church on Friday : nil deaths . among them

the show a success and also M. V. (Jack) Rouderu Associate: tion use at least 20 percent of: I anced,at a lower rate of Interest. : to victory and climaxed an undefeated Febuary 14, at 3:30: PM. heart attack, stroke high blood
thanked the press, radio and television Matron Mrs. Olive Crawford; Associate the total feed grain base (for aU I season with a decisive victory pressure! and hardening of the
Smith S* Glllesple. Jacksonville, '
for the wonderful publicity. Patron, Mr. Edward (Bud- of the three grains grown on the for the nrteiks, rheumatic fever and inborn -
project were
engineers
She then turned the microphone Davidson Secretary Mrs. The farmer divert the It is said that "
dy) ; farm) may Instructed at this meeting to pro- pressing problemsand Walton County heart defects
over to Mrs. Mcrleno Jenkins Joyce Rouden; Treasurer, Mrs. acreage of one or more of. the ceed immediately with detailed other things prevented the Chamber of CommerceCommunity Mr. and Mrs. Hester said that
of Panama City who nar- Lena King; Conductess Mrs. Agnes feed grains, but his payment will and specifications. term from accepting an invitationto many volunteers would take partin
rated the show. Her cute little Crook; Associate Conductress, be figured according to the rate plans This extension which Includes appear in Madison Square CalendarFeb. the Heart Fund campaign in

assistant was Miss Mary Sue Mrs. Lois Pauline Dickey; Chaplain applicable to the crop diverted. about 150 connections, extend Garden ft-Feb. it: this county They will participatein
:
Morgan of Point Washington, who Mrs. Erma Marshall; Marshall Farmers who participate In the 16th street westward to 25th Come out and enjoy a good the residential canvass headedby
from
drew the numbers for the lucky Mrs. Kathe Godwin Organist program will be eligible for div- street, and from Live Oak avenue game It Is simply amazing to see Feb. 6-Green Thumb Garden Mrs.\ Ellen Murry and Mrs.
Club3:15Feb.
winners of door prizes. Miss Marie Cuchens; Ada ersion and price-support payments south to Lincoln avenue the way Gaskin handles the bal : Fay Kinsey on the weekend of
7-Bay School P.T.A.-7:00.
The majority of the models Mrs. Odessa Matthews; Ruth Mrs. and for price-support loanson The new West DeFuniak i and dark around Paxton : Heart Sunday, February 23, and

were members of the club and Mattie Johnson; Esther, Miss their 1964 production of the Springs elementary school is also Admission 25 and 50 cents Feb. 8-County Masons-7:00.Club: Dance in the "Heart-Days" for business
their daughters and included the Jeanette McCraney; Martha, Mrs. three grains The price-support to be included in the project canvass headed by Mr. Lewis
900
following Mrs. John Fonville, Fay Davidson; Elects Mrs. Vera payments will be made to participants County Led StateIn : Frank Cawthon, scheduled for the
: Brinson Warder Mrs. Lois Cas- I whether the feed grain Feb. 10-Beta Sigma Phi-7:30. month of February.

Mrs.Holley Albert, Mrs. Cassel Butler,Morgan Mrs. ,Evans Mrs. sidy; Sentinel; Mr. Wallace Craw- produced in 1964 is fed on the Glenn A. Parker To Fishing LicensesWalton Freeport Lions--7:00. Other events thin far planned
DeFuniak Lions 7 00.
sold or placed under tho :
Comstock Mrs. E. Salts- ford. farm Make Race For BoardGlenn arc:
I.: E. Feb. II-Rainbow Girls 7000.
loan. :
Misses Sim Kilbourne, Kim Juniod Past Matron Mrs. Eunice price-support county led all countiesin Saturday, February 15 Heart
man Comstock Sarah Belscr Betty Hall and Junior Past Pat- Chairman Spann points out that the state In the number of Deta Sigma Phi-8:00Kiwanls Tag Day, Mr. and Mrs. Ophra

\,. Gavin Anglo ron, Mir. Clifford Godwin were two major Improvements have A. Parker announces that two classes of fishing licenses -12:15. Moore, Chairman Heart RoadBlock
Strickland Peggy
and been made In the 18 4..crop feed he will be a candidate for Democratic Chamber? Of Commerce Board
Williams; also Miss Mary Beth presented their Past Maton during the past; year; Mr. Richard< Healer, chairman -
Agerton and Maurene Anstensenof Past Patron Pins, a gift from the grain program as compared withprograms nomination for School Cpunl Judgu,, Joe Dan Trot- -6:00.: .
Feb. 12 Camellia Garden Club. I
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of previous years: (1)) Board member from
Panama City.Immediately chapter. man reports that final figures for Sunday, February 16 HorseShow
Worthy Matron's Courtesy As much as 50 percent of the He was born at Opp Ala., and licence! sales during the entire Feb. 13-Beach Garden Club ; 1 I'M. ut Harberon Field,
the show total feed grain base may be moved to Walton county at age 1000.: Walton
following Team. The Starettes, presented a period of the 1962.1063 season, County Saddle Club.
Mr*. Albert Butler chairman of Courtesy and gift from the new diverted on any farm (this is up of six where he has lived except chows; a total of 2,357 non-resi- Magnolia Garden Club-7:00.: Thursday, February 20 Heart
the club's: landscaping committee, officers. The installing officers from the 1963 maximum, of 40 four years he served in U. S. dent state fishing licenses sold Paxton PTA-7:00.: Dinner 7:30: P,M. at the DeFun--
told the audience that the proceeds presented a courtesy of fun and percent of the feed grain base); Army In World War II. through his offflce Walton PTA-7:00. la Springs Country Club.

from the show would be love and a gift from them to the and ((2)) the average payment rate He is member of Oak Grove Next high wits Lake county\ Crept Books Discussion-7:30. Other events will be announced-

used to beautify the Point Wash- Worthy Matron and Worthy Pat- per acre for diverting 40 percentor Baptist church. He is married with 2,113 and next was Jeffer- a* plans!! are ington community park where more of the base will be ub-:: and has two children who at. hon with 1,874. Future Hunting areas - ----

nature has endowed us with so ron.Worthy Matron's theme Ser.vice stantially higher than last yeur. tends West DeFuniak Elementary Walton county was high In District
many beautiful magnolias andoaks. with Love, Flower-Red Rose Farmers are encouraged to School and he Is active in P, T. A. 3 with sales of 4.330 non- Are Being Stocked Glrl.Hcout Cookie Sale
look' Into the advantages of taking Mr. Parker has been electrical Began February .r th-22nd
She stated that all the undergrowth and Emblem-Our Star. Meetings res'dent' five-day licenses. In the >
would be cleared will be held each first and third part $in the 1964 feed grain and plumbing .contractor in Wal. district, Jefferson county was In Stocking of future hunting areas

away"and the ,money would be Fridays of.each month at .JJt*. program. so that then. piotluct'on. tor.xc'y:1t'kf; : !+ pat!..twenty.y$ likehe "cnd place' and Gadsden county in..this part of th* ,state .la. well Mrs. Jane Stlnson. Chairman of +
used to buy some camellias and Masonic Lodge in Freeport and plans for this year maybe Cle ay. #He feels. in .third place.Alabama''' l underway according to: John tho Girl Scout Cookie Drive, an. C
azaleas to be planted and the a welcome is extended to all cut by the time the program{ signup r.-j fa qualified for this position. residents coming to Brown regional manager Florida flounced this week<< the Girl
whole community would have a members of the Order to.be with opens. If elected" he said. "-will serve the county to fish in the Chocta Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Scouts will be making house to

park of which they could be to best of my ability to have whatchee river accounts for a in Panama City. Fourteen house calls belling cookies begin-
proud. Mrs. Butler, assisted by us.Worthy Matron Lorene Howell Mayor Haydon Burns better school in ,Walton county" good part of the out-of-state deer and ten wild turkeys have ning February 5th through the

the lovely little club mascot Worthy Patron, Jack Rouden license business, and with the big been released to date on Point 22nd.
Gay Godwin drew the numbersfor Reporter Pauline Dickey Stops Here next Week LUTHER LEROY JOHNSON Juniper Bay public lake due to Washington wildlife management This 1 Is n\ very worthwhile cause.

winners of the many beautiful be opened for fishing this spring area, St. Regis wildlife management and they ask; your full supportIn
Thursday, February 13 Mayo Luther Leroy Johnson 42, of and Air Force
prizes donated by the merchants an even bigger lead is expected area Tyndall this drive. There<< will be three
Tivoli High Student Burns of Jacksonville, an .
of DeFuniak Springs. Haydon Lexington Ky.. died Thursday in during the present Dase. The stocking is an Import.ant different kinds of cookies to
served punch Betty Crocker Homemaker announced candidate for governor Louisville Ky. year. part of the overall game choose from at anly 480 per box.
The guests were will make a stop here on a Mr. Johnson was a former re. management program being undertaken Please help.PONCE .
and cookies from the lovely refreshment Rosemary Andrews is Tivoli's short trip through Northwest sldent of Pensacola a native of Walton Menus on the three tracts by

table overlaid with 1964 Betty Crocker Homemakerof I Florida. DeFuniak Springs and a residentof the Game and Fresh Water Fish
white cloth: ; silver trays of homemade Tomorrow. She achieved the '. It has been announced: by BUI Lexington since 1948. He wasa February 10-14 Commission.Four De LEON P. T. A.

cookies, flanked by gold highest score here in a written Shultz Chairman of the Walton member of Devotion Masonic Monday Barbecue pork on docs and two bucks, one of
candleholders, crystal punch bowlat knowledge and attitude county Campaign Committee forBurns Lodge 160 of Lexington Alekia buns, hot dogs lettuce and tomato which was a ten-pointer have The Ponce de Leon PTA will

each end filled with delicious tion given Dec. 3, 1963.examina-I that Mayor Bum will beat Shrine Temple, Meadowtharpe salad, succotash, cerry cobbler been released on Tyndall Field, hold its regular meeting, Thurs-
and centered by beautiful I day night, beginning at 7:00: .m.
punch I get a "Homemaker of the Sunnyland Grill from 3.00 Presbyterian Church. He was cheese strips milk. four does have gone to Point p
arrangements of camellias from : pin to signify her achievement, P.M. until 4:30: P.M. and will former district manager of the. Tuesday-Meatballs and gravy Washington management area, Guest speaker for the evening
the garden of Mr. Pete Harris, and her test paper will be entered meet with members of his com- Life Insurance Co., of Georgia. over rice hamburgers, English three docs and one buck were te- will be Mrs. Dorothy B. Alexander -
near Bay Bridge.Sucker for state honors. and all other who his widow Norma rolls leased St. management' publicity director for the
In competition mittee persons Surviving are peas fruit and fluff, cake, on Regis
Boys School at Marlanna The
would care to come by and talk Gonzaleez; a son, Raymond Edward milk. area. Tho deer were trapped on
ANNOUNCEMENT with him. The ladles are invited and a daughter, Norna .Jean, Wednesday-Turkey salad, saltines Eglln Reservation.Five topic of her speech will" be "Your
Gigging Announcement Is made of the too, as Mrs. Burns will accompany: both of Lexington; two sinters, corndogs.: vegetable soup turkeys went to St. Regis Child and the Law. She will

Allowed In CountyThe wedding ceremony uniting Charlie her husband and she is looking Mrs. W. T. Belue of St. Petersburg Brussel sprouts, lime Jello with area and five to Point Washington. I I discuss how parents can protect
E. Sims and Miss Jean Thompson, forward to meeting Walton county : and Mrs. Sam Krlder of pears, rolls, milk. Each t site received three gobblers I their<< child from the pitfalls of
which took place Friday, January residents.All Warrington.Thee Thursday Ravioli with meat and two hens. Other birds our society and what can be doneto
future of fishing in north 17 in Geneva.Mr persons who are interested body will arrive In Pen- sauce,ham and cheese sandwiches are being trapped by the commission keep him from becoming a

west Florida received considerable Sims is a'service man for in our state government and sacola Monday morning and ser- green beans, corn-on-the-cob, on the Avon Park wildlife I delinquent child
attention at the Florida Game Veterans Gas Company here in would care to talk with Haydon vlcees will be Tuesday at 11 ajn. I. peaches and cookies, rolls, milk. management area in Glades Parents are urged to attend and

and Fresh Water Fish Commission DeFuniak Springs.Mr. Burns at this time are urged to at the grave In St. Johns. Ceme. Friday-Fish squares hamburgers County for release In this and hear an important message.

held at the Hotel Thomas. come by the Sunnyland Grill terey with Rev. Bruce WIdeman potato salad frozen lima other parts of the state. The turkeys -

Gainesville January 24. Edward Slawlnskl of Tat.labassee Thursday afternoon. February. 13 officiating. beans fresh grapes Chocolate are being flown to their new LIBERTY CLUB NOTES

Northwest regional manager was here on business the and meet with him. Masonic services wil lbe held pudding Valenttlne candy, rolls, homes by James II. Carter com-
John Brown announced that the first of last week. Sfe at the grave.-Pensacola Journal. rnilk. mission pilot, Panama City. The Liberty 4-11 club meeting
commission approved the awarding opened at 9:00: a.m. The minutesof

I of the contract for construction the last meeting was read by (
of ten covered picnic areas secretary Martha Campbell.I .

three restrooms, and three wells I The deveotional as read by
on Juniper Lake, in Walton Carol Courtney and the roll was
county, to the Rachel O'Neal Con- )called: f by the secretary
struction Company of DeFuniak Mrs. Virginia Clark gave a de.
Springs, as low bidder at $20.- F&lf.- *** &*"} < tX V A- momtratlon about replacing an

141.00 elccctrical plug and each member<<
These facilities are being constructed practiced tying an electrician'sknot
under the Accelerated nod replacing electric plugs.

Public Works program with the Reporter, Ann McKee
county matching federal funds.
The commission further gave SPECIALS
approval to advertise for bids for 3(1 inch Enterprise Gas'Range

the construction of Karick Lakein 139.95 w.t.

Okatoosa county, a 75-acre lake cf l\hlytalt (O lec. Automatic: Washer

scheduled for completion by July, .. : v 199.95 w.t.
'". This Job will Include m installation y. 35000 U.T.IT. King heater 24.95
of pipe and riser for water 7, 6 ,qy,.: b y ya 28000 U.T.V. King heater 19.95
level control and actual fill mat- Gibson Completely Frost Free

erial for the dam plans for which 14.5' Reef rig. $359.95 w.t.
were recently completed by the 20 gal. gas hot water heater 49.95
Conservation Service and VETERAN'S BUTANE GAS CO.
Soil d ey 4>, s#
turned over to the commission.The : p 4jJ', 711 W. Live Oak Ave.
funds for the hatchery renovation We do all kinds of service work

and Karick Lake con-

struction'will come for the Fishing Weather Report
Improvement Fund created by
Date High Low Rain
the additional $1.00 cost on Flor-
29 58 24
January
ida's) resident fishing license authorized 30 6f1' 34
the 1963 legislature.
In other by action the commission at Pictured above Is an architect's This expansion I will add 10 new necessary mechanical and electrical .31 65 45 ..20February
1 61 .45 .02
approved Issurance of an emergency r eyK r drawing of the proposed expan patient rooms, including psychiatric equipment. .
Ground 59 39
Hog Day .01
order to allow sucker gigging ; <, aloe to Walton county Hospital, detention room, two new Any person Interested. I In memorializing
; Sun Shining) .
in all the stream of Oklaoosa for which bids will be opened labor and delivery rooms, new one of the new rooms isrequested ( .
: 3 58 42
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county except the Blackwater. Tuesday, February 18, 1994. at 2 kitchen and dining facilities, new to contact the admlnls.tiator 4 56 46 ,
Shoal and Yellow Rivers and in (4 i,.. :., P.M. in the county commissioners medical records and office space, of the hospital., Mr. Lee -
Forecast Thursday
: Thursday
an the sttreams of Walton county River tlr room of the court house. new central sterile supply, plus Thomas, phone TW 45811. night And Friday. 'Clearing and

except the Choctawhatchee older, low's In the forties and
and from FebruaryS .... .... f
Basin Bayou
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Indian Creek Baptist Cbuxcb -'
Wilbur Kelly Pastor :;

Davis Lane Baptist Church I
Pastor OrvU Miller ,
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Santa Rosa Baptist Mission rai .s a
Rev. Marvin Taylor :'

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First Presbyterian Church 'j ,a J ,a ,. ,'". ,
Circle: Drive DeFuniak Spgs., Fla ..
Gayle W. Threlkeld, Minister .. _

Olllls Presbyterian Chapel ; :.... '.
Kucheeanna Road '
DeFunlab Springs, !1a. z ;t ,,, t f r
Gayle W. Threlkeld. Minister

Euchee V. Presbyterian Church: +. ,, s, Z , ; .>:3 ;
Freeport Presbyterian Churca '
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Glendale Presbyterian Church ;:, R + ,; ,t,, ?",? t ; f.",:
Red Bay Presbyterian Church < ,t4 A 0 x : .- ;i {t p t, .w;, '
John M. Ash, Minister t [
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Saint Agatha's Episcopal. Church ';yrrot :t <' r .. .. ,
Rev. George Milam -,! 13;', ,,wr ,. t ,y
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First Methodist Church .
Circle Drive, West \ .
Rev. Sam Shiran ._ ,_ p 'hirX)6K.'fwtE',!: j q, ,pppr,. P : sy: ? ds j t yf'v .;..'"

Wesley Memorial Methodist ;l & 1W" .-r' f" -
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Live Oak: Avenue ',. : c n r ': f ,.
Winston Jay laq< ;rf .

Freeport and Portland I"". P ,' K t P'a'. ..
Methodist Church f. '. ;
J. D. Renfroe v '' "> .:.' -
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Bruce: Methodist Church . !. ,
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Center Ridge MethodistJ.
A. Anthony Jr. - -

Darlington Methodist Church : .. A BOY AND HIS M r' {

Rev. C. C. Colvtn .. p
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Ponce de Leon Colvin Methodist Church One of the keys to a boy'' character is y -" lE.
Rev C. C.
his choice of heroes. HEROES '
DeFumak Springs First Baptist '- : '
LJveoa 6t JUeventh Street I ;
W. O. WUlham. Pastor For a hero is more than a portrait; on I

East Baptist Church __ the wall....A hero is an ideal-81;. blueprint .,.
Richard Bloodworth, Pastor i of greatness. ;i' ", ., r i
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Baldwin Avenue Baptist Churcb .
W. ttaldwiu Avenue And where does a boy find his .heroes ---., .-,..-_. -' . / ,
Rev. Wilbur F, Cotton Pastor .". .1"' .. : t',., ... ;.

Northsida Baptist Church He finds them in books and on the'play' r ,. '

_ Rev. Glen Spence ... ing field . in his school, his family, his < ,
Gaskin First Baptist Church Church. c4. ir ,
L. G. Johnson, actor ? ...1"'. i
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Church The Church contribution to a child's :; I
Freeport baptist
W. L.. Clark. Pastor gallery of heroes is 'unique. ( ,

Friendship Baptist Church Bible study and religious education' not ; '
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C. Lester! Weekly, Pastor '" ... >,txt< "
only introduce him to the greatest lives ,

Gaskin South Baptist Church ': ,' lived but teach how to '. ...
Rev Tucker Aplln ever . they him t t t'' '* Y > j

build the same qualities of heroism into n> x b f > # ,, ., \
Olendale Baptist Church
Bob Holler Pastor his own life

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Lime Stone Baptist Church { j'
_Rev Cony Black Pastor .
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New Harmony Baptist Church "
Rev. Kenneth Klcklighter e+r r r.
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THIS: CHURCH P'OR ALL. AL.U: FOR THE CHURCH 1; .
Oak Grove Baptist Church ;:.i.,
Th.Church it the grMtrat factor Jarly and nippt rt the Church.on..y
W. B. Six. Pastor on earth far. the building of chanoa...: (1)) For hia own_k& (2).Tor ;
l Paxton Baptist Church houae of aplrituat:: :: valuta.Without 1 of hia.: community i .ndneuoe.(4) ; :'
Rev. M., M. Harris atronf C hurch. neither democracy hi'.b c4 the Churdt tb tf.' '* < ,,;:.: '
nor civiluallun can aurvive. There moral)and materialupport f.;
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church .' ar* tour.nd naaona why every Plan to. go to ehuroh refv r :
pr."ould" attend "rrvlcoi reoJar'y' and read your Bible daily. '
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Rev. James Kinchin: '- -: M. .;, I
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Pleasant Grove Baptist Church -' .
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Rev. Malcom M. Harris 'V
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Red Bay Baptist Caunb".J. "

Rev. T. R. Padgett ... '''':_''''
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Southwlde Baptist Chureh Copyright 1964, Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Strasburg,Va.
Rev. Ivan Martin .
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Can.. Creek Baptist ChureiiRev. Sunday Monday: Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday.: '
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T. J. Andenoa r Psalms Isaiah Isaiah Matthew Mark Luke Psalms : r. '
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Clear Springs Baptist ChunkRev.
J. L. Harris


Rev.Darlington Aubrey Baptist Todd Chureh These Religious Messages are Being Published Each Week in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsoredby

Liberty Assembly e* Oe4 dwareii

J. W. by Following Interested Individuals and Business Establishments
Children1 Horn A Memory ec O *l i : ..
Pastor Guas Powell

Paxtoa Assembly e< 04
W. A. Whltaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott

West iced Assembly at 04 A GOOD HARDWARE STORE: PLUMBING BATING

Gary Richards "IF IT BURNS QA8-CALL USTil A. B. Covell
LIVE OAK AVE. PJ81rI7 Wts.17 ..
Cluster Springs Baptist Church CONTRACTORComander Rivard Chevrolet
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Floyd Garrett. Pastor OAS OIL Peoples I Water Service ****** Fawdttire. : Co. Home.Funeral

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Rev. Lee King Company MERCER OOMANDKR. LJI'..ee.The DeFuniak Honk
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Mr and Mrs E. J, Folmar of Mr Hal Richardson returned!' WILL Y-O-U---
Donifay were Sunday guests herewith home Thursday from Panama City Why stiottfd I feel= ': . I KNOW YOUR INSECT ENEMY-
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, his sister, Mrs. Male Doug; where she had been visiting Mr. Ever lonely ". "
I DRIVE IN & DINER I lass. and Mrs. Roy Morris. Why should I .at times [ I THE MEXICAN DEAN BEETLE ]
I Miss Juanita Dumas of Troy Miss Maude Saunders spent all Feel tad I
i BASKETS: I I State College, spent: the weekend of last week In Tallahassee She For out in my yard and
Family Chicken Box $2.90 Flounder Steak . . . 79 I here with her parents. returned home on Saturday. On the lawn I Jea\'u.These J\lexlC'an\bUilT bugs bean 11a\'o beetle big' ,.oN>eluf>*. Feeding unseen beneath bean
I and their
(10 pieces, 6 Buns and a Jumbo 2 for . . . . . . $1.50 -- Are Long the I same have Rood had. friends plants. leaving only lace.like letonlzed Hrtae'foliage can quickly destroy
with Fries Lo
Shrimp ssee front 1loxican Lean
order of Fries and Slaw)
& Bun Vi . . . . .65 beetles occur In Severn! WO"II. ? :
Chicken Basket I$1. 9 Doz. $1.20 The binds ever gayly Beetlea and larvae damage leaves p
WALTON COUNTY STATE Are chirping< tbux reducing((the "Mnnt', ability to
Chicken Basket 'V4 .79. Fish Sticks with The sqmrrels< chew at >produce> beans They also attack
I Fries & Buns . . 50 REPORT A crust of bread. beans directly. causing l.lml. "lnu. '
Chicken Snack with Tries I includes Slaw, Fries LIVESTOCK MARKET It has teelfor them a ,distorted, pods and consequent
tfowncradtDB: nt the market
& Buns Winter
& Bun .18 Cold
their thanks Adult beetles winter t in the soil
Hogs And I Know
and begin appearing' over an i>x'
SANDWICHES Have t>Pen said. tended period In the t Kinlntt :Mark
Deluxe Burger . . . .30 Fish Fillet Sandwich .25 No. 1 Hogs Brought . . . . . . . . 14.80 Incs are dial luctire! The '. inch

I 1 King Burgrs . . . . .25 Bar--Que Regular for . . .. ..$1.00. .30 No. 2 Hogs Brought . . . . . . '_.' . 13.65 The With binds their pay song their, keep long with: beetles eight small are yellow black to spots brown on
I With Grilled Onions Special
5 for . . . . . 1.10 Small . . . . . .15 No. :3 Hogs Brought . . . . . . . 12.90 The squirrel o with, his each across wing the body.that form three rows ,
Capers gay aw
Chili Burgers . . . .25 Hot Dogs . . . . .15 Butcher Rough Sold up to. , . . . , 11.90 Makes We'')' thing Females deposit orange.yellow
Tastee-Burgers . . .15 7 for . . . , $1.00 Much brighter egg clusters on the underside of
I 7 for . . , , $1.00 Trench Fries . . . .20 As he scampers quickly with bean abort loaves. Tiny yellow larvae
, , . . .70 hairy spines hatch In
Cheese Burgers Regular .35 Jumbo From J1\e away. S to 14 days, depending on the
Small . . . , . .20 Corn Dogs . . . . -20 Cattle temperature. Larvae grow rapidly.
a Steak & Fries . . . .60 Chili Dogs . . . .25 But the showers do passing through tour molting
1 Do eome atagea Finally they cement one
SALADS Steers Sold up to . . . . . . . . . . 16.25 To chase the- birds and end of their bodies beneath a loaf
or protected trot of Mexican bean beetles with
I Lettuce and Tomato I Small .10 Heifer Sold up to . . . . . . . . . 21.75 Squirrel away.sunshine groups, and form surface the pupal often stage In one application. Long residual ac
They \love the
or Coleslaw 'I Bowl .25 Bulls Sold up to " . . . . . . . . 22.75 And fair weatherSo to Beetles begin emerge reproduction In about 10 cycle days lion beetle knock, according out all to stages college of the research

SHAKESOur Cows Sold up to . . . . . . . . ..' . 12.75 do 1 n it changes again. Good tests,
From day to day Populations develop rnpldly A management also helps
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shakes are made with delicious frozen fresh Cow and Calf Pair Sold up to . . . . . 145.00 Here t Must wonderI they do, bean profits dlsupixar, |prevent planting a of beetle quick problem Early
maturing arle-
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1 fruit, including Vermont blueberries, strawberries, s.yt Early control with sn effort, It'*' Mrs and prompt picking are reconur.ccded.
Will some" one care for long-lasting pestlrlda un'ere, p..H\l .
brandy-flavored' peaches. When the has
cherries, raspberries, crop
1 6.5861 Commission charged for selling livestock My mends protection, according to 'ntemaio'<< it hurt i rted! entomologists urgeie'trt
CALL TW
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When 1 take gists. This ,
a year growers t :t "If
. . . . . . . . 3 very Ion of the bean plants to
Cattle . . . % Lone trip' a new>type Inlle'tI"I! .u ilSevln. In* IN of a food supply.RIT .

: FREEZ I Grade and Butcher hogs (head) . . . . 60c Some day to provide d:. ?,.i.-nn'Winter -
Harry Moore --
KING'SHIWAY Feeder Pigs , . . . . . . . . 3% Warmers

90 WEST I Horses, mules, sheep and goats . . . ,3% Mr. *hd.\ Mrs Roy Mitchell Jr.
of PenfeC01a.! spent the weekend
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L tick stirrers, plus something delicious from the oven. Apple
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: twist of orange peel in each cup. Us* whole cinnamon sticks as
FORD WINS MOTOR TREND "CAR OF THE YEAR"AWARDMotor driers.

i '4 Conny Yates of the University
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I Trend magazine's coveted "Car of Motor Trend's editor >t:;(if" :(e t\\I:" 't'1 week between semester here with

the Year" award was won this year not by declared. tM 1. his parents Mr and Mrs. Ever-

just one car, but by the whole Ford line- The full story of. t.i/\;: ; :, .. ette Mr.Yates.and Mrs Howard Cawthonand t'ai vW art

Ford Fairlane Falcon, and Thunderbird. how the Motor Trend :' i.It". A Mr and Mrs. Clarence Deach

Singled out for special tribute was Ford's editoraanalyzed f" f.I': l .....: or Panama City, spent Sunday In

unique concept of total performance-ablendof evaluated the cars .t a ..<<: ."., :.,J Apalachicola Mr. and Mrs. Randall Ray and J. V. LAWSON OWNER

j power and acceleration, handling balance can be found in the : =t t,* : son, Randy, of Pensacola were" '

1 and cornering ability, strong braking, and February issue of 1ut'J' .: ,lc:, weekend guests of his parents, Mi. TIIURS-FRI.

tireless durability-as proved in competitive Motor Trend.: And ; HOW FORD RACING HELPS the full f'U1 FOR RENT: ONE UNFURNISHED
victories from coast to coast. meaning of. _
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BRING YOU A BETTER CAR Motor Trend's citation also saluted the total performance y ... .. an23tfchg. CASTILIANIn

Most automotive engineers will tell you that part" Ford's racing program has played in the can be found at your Ford Dealer's! Stop in SPECIALS I

"< the track is one of their most valued testing development of total performance. "Rallies, and'test-drive a 64 Ford, Fairlane, Falconor Cold Waves $5.00 and up

: laboratories. I endurance runs and racing cannot be Thunderbird. See for yourself why Ford Shampoo & Set $1.SO: and $2.00 Color

.. For example, track competition led directlyto I duplicated by any other form of testing," earned the title "Car of the Year". lair Elisabeth Cuts Beauty Salon $1.00 FRANKIE CESAR ROMERO AVLONSATURDAY

the following changes in the Fairlane 289 ----,--- Downtown 5th Ac Baldwin

V-8 engine: better block improved pistons, Phone: TW 6-3141 Itchg

.. improved valve train, stronger connecting WINNING POINTS SCORED IN Iftt NASUR SANCTIONED COMPETITION FREE LOAN OF ANY Efficient DOULE FEATURESUN.MON.TUES.

: rod and bolts. too 200 90 eM ws w 7 eeo ills tree Carpet Shampooer with purchase
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Ford's winning track record but also to the PONTIAC SALE: SEWING recwwaM,.

'- total performance so important .to youreveryday PLYMOUTH machln ., Vacuum cleaners $7.50 colon
a driving. CHEVROLET up, Ph. 434-1217 Vogue Sewing
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10, Ford Dealers offer wide selection CHRYSLER cola. Fla 1:30-2:20che.: ill ..

I FIFTEEN YEARS Experience
l.'., The "Car of the Year" comes in 4 sizes and In all kinds interior painting ..

44 models. And because: of this diversity, Earl Baker, phone Glendale 859.
your Ford Dealer also has an unusually wide t r ra Why Ford Dealer. Declare 64 377. .arra'i.1..-. I

variety of trade-ins on his used car. lot. "The Year of the Teat Driveu GOOD WILL BARBER SHOP.
Try him. Now have' plenty of help quick PLUS -
I The "Car of the Year" award salutes Ford's service, and solicit your patron-
W T. Davis, Harvey How-
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tapes cords or clean and
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you drive them. So come in. Take a test much less than the price of new
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you a brand of total! performance: For a courteous salesman to call ..
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VOLUME 73-PUBLISHED, EVERf THURSDAY ... THE D.FUKIAK-ffEKALD-BREEZE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY'J/$t i
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lug, ,Communist t China. Exports from' the West Florida's Little discovered talent
THE DeFUNIAK HERALD U. S.. are nbw helping to meet 'a crisis in Theatre Group At ChipleyHave The Spanish Trail Playhouse

Combined with THE BREEZE Russia and :are helping to hold back hun- you a minute to hear it reflects marches the forward pioneering in Its spirit crusado as

DeFuniak Springs, Florida ger in Pakistan, India, South Korea and ma- !about the Spanish Trail Play for more and better theatre participation ntly71a
Published Every Thursday at ny nations of Africa, the Middle East and house this year opens with excitement and interest The Spanish
and promise for this Trail Playhouse blazes, trails of
DeFuniak Springs, Florida Latin America. Little Theatre Group which: prevents entertainment which are educa-
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area The Agriculture Department survey indicates its plays and musicals in tional and enjoyable.Mrs. < I1IIJl ; .

From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico that gain surpluses In the United Chipley the high school auditorium at Cebelle Meigs of Niceville,

Second-Class Postage Paid State and Canada available for export will) was visiting in town on Monday.
Try-outs for 'Carousel" will be
II. C. STORKS, Publisher 1924-1963 increase sharply) in the years ahead, but this announced soon.. Ralph Nolen, ( ccammdr s

HOWARD STORKS, Editor Publisher supply can be expected to meet only a frac- director: of last year's musical

SUBSCRIPTION: tion of the world's needs. head hit. "New this Moon"year's will extravaganza.again spear- Eaton Real Estate &

Walton and Adjoining Countles$3.00 Per Year This is a formidable challenge for the less "Carousel" will be presented the

inner .- --.._--------__$3jo Per Year developed areas of the;"world. Raising their first week In April. Can you sing Insurance Agency When looking for a good buy on a new
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dance, paint scenery, make costumes automobile should ask
food production capabilities Involves not on- .or used you yourself
sell tickets AUTOMOBILE FIRE the following questions. :First is the car
Bible Verse ly capital investment of huge proportions" Anything you can do, we can INSURANCEBONDS worth the price. Second, will I get the most
.For every man shall bear his own bur but a vastly accelerated advance of their use.-Last year, people who taught for my old car? Third, will the dealer I am
den.-Gal. 6:5: people into 'the modern world. Productive school, worked as secretaries, STROUT buying from stand behind the car? Well,
went to Ql.legc, headed law firms, We represent the answer is yes, to all of these questions rt
oQo agriculture' such as we know in the United' and some who stayed at home REALTYIn if you are talking about RIVARD CHEVROLET t
Gems of Thought . Stors States is not easy of achievement. It rests' surprised themeselves and their Real Estate since 1900 C01\lP ANY. Drop by and see for

The harder storms are, the shorter they upon a broad base of technical know-how, l lavishly neighbors dressed when and they made appeared up insoles New Location yourself.

last.-Seneca education and industrial ,capability making : far: removed from them- Lake Stanley '' ." A Savings Account can mean retirement
selves. Some '''''':. in 5-10-20 years. It ran spark a crisis or
the sailors adven-
available the machinery, specialized were
turers, lovers and old fashioned become the happiest time in your life. The .
The purest ore is produced from the hot- seeds and feeds, the chemicals to enrich the lovelies.: Ask them how much fun DeFuniak Springs, Fla. : dolllars you lay aside now will furnish most
test furnace, and the brightest thunderboltfrom soils and control diseases and pests.It it was, Ask the audience how ; , of the answers. Today, the money you save
the darkest storm.-Colton willl be through the use of all these much they enjoyed"all the newly i ;;\ absolutely safe 'yet earn a good rc'urn and
Every cloud engenders not a storm. nature in' his favor and perhaps tap as We Would Like J' TIONAL BANK today.

Shakespeare yet unknown or unused sources' of, food pro- r To Be Your DOES YOUR FAMILY LIKE FRESH

Lets fence no Storme, before we feele made from whole- fish. It is. nutritious and INSURANCEAGENT 'S is JGA yes, DISCOUNT then I suggest FOODI..INER you make CASEY your. ; ,

a Showre.-Drayton is completely safe but 'Will not be releasedfor INSURANCE: grocery store. They receive their produce ;'. ."

The height of human wisdom is to 'bringour To clean the fish would make the cost so AGENCY Here are our qualifications hand your favorite fruits and vegetables. '-I .:' '
and give them try. I am "
Stop by a sure you
tempers down to our circumstances, and much higher that much of the useful less as DeFunlak Springs, Florida Experience? Since 1935 will return. .,'t ..

to make a calm within, under the weightof a low cost source of food would be lost. At )<

the greatest storm without.-DeFoeoOo the present time, for only a cent or so a .* Dependable on a 24? hour We're basis available 7 COMPANY visit the SERVICE DRUG ,
--=-- of food could make a days a week. you will find a good selectionof
day this new source Revlon Max Factor, Helena Rubinstien
'Tis autumn, our garden stands flowerless highly important addition to the food of REPRESENTING CAPITAL Prompt Claim Service? Our II: and Coty's cosmttics. You ladies will be

and bare many millions of the poorly fed people of STOCK COMPANIES specialty since the day our interested to know also that they have a

Leaves, all yellowed and whirling fill the the world. .Automobile Fir agency business.opened its doors for que good hair selection coloring.of Clarol, Roux, and Techni-.

wind swept air. and the planets,
Man will reach the moon
Windstorm Theft Reasonable Rates? We've
Far off on the mountain ash in the valley but it looks as if the toughest part of his searched the country for .
below, foreseeable future is going to Marine Compensation companies offering the If you wish to beautify your kitchen I
in
jub the do it with refri
The bright red berries that we love, now" be how to I feed himself here on earth. Surety Bonds Liability most for your money. suggest range by you Wizard from a your WESTERN .

begin to glow. That, and how to get along with the other :New Warren Insurance AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE. They have a ; : : .
sorrow We would like to be your complete selection and will deliver and install LI
So too, I glow with joy and in my the world.
people in Building across tracks Agent! anywhere in this trade area. Convenient
breast, oOo from Service Drug Co. terms can be arranged, why, wait, drop
Silently, your hands in mine, my thoughtsare The Expected\ Outcry Harris Insurance by and see Howard Griffithso today.

unexpressed, A short time ago the'Defense Departmentclosed ; *

I gaze into your eyes with tears, I know,nbt' 26 domestic installation. They had AgencyTW The place to go for all your flower needsis

what to do, become obsolete, the department reported, I 6-2451 McLEAN FLORIST in DeFuniak Springs.
Nor where to find the words to''tell, of"'my served a useful purpose and' Phone TW 4-8831 With the winter in full season the artificialor
they no longer D.fUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA Deruniak Springs Fla. II permanent flowers are really beautiful.Let .
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deep love for you.-Tolstoy needless drain on the tax .
they represented a Elizabeth or Ruth Rahardt take jour
-oOo of the nation.As order for, a beautiful decorative" piece for-
payers
home. Their arrangements are simply
A Formidable> Challenge was expected, in the days following, your .
America has for a great many years: been the news media recorded many cries of pro- r stunning.It
plagued by a unique prob1 m-whtre :to
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test and anguish. Some came,from business is very easy to recommend an out.
store all the food that we grow, cannot"eatand groups, some from civic organizations, some standing store like CARP'S. They carry a ,
connot sell. By contrast, most of the from Congressmen of the regions concerned. good supply of quality merchandise at reasonable i, .
countries around the world face a chronic Chamberof prices that any store would be +
"But a publication of the proud to have in their
says stock. The lady of ,
of food And if
shortage supplies. population "
Commerce of the United States, these the house will always be *
growth continues at the present rate, they adverse reactions were fewer than might item she purchased came from CAItI"ifSthe
will move inexorably, closer to the hard reality business
have been expected. In contrast, many
of starvation itself.
organizations in the areas affected expressed -

An offical study recently completed by their approval though regretting p '. winter

the U. S. Department of Agriculture con- the necessity of the closing. Their reactions: IDA GAS COMPANY, They ha\e :II c )mplete
firms what has been a growing worry in be summarized like this: We, cannot I <,4 line of Dearborn, Thermolaiaro. r.. Siegler.
the minds of of the world's leaders can For that. It will be installed by: a well m 1.1 if led ser-
many cannot de- ...
it too we i
have our bread and eat ; vicemman. Call John White, the ?' courteous
-that unless some presently unforeseen and
mand reduced government expenditures +, manager today.
breakthrough occurs, world food productioncan then howl like banshees when the economy
longer keep with the explosive Special Girl
no up move aversely, affects our area. ,
growth in the number of the world's peo At
oOo .. one time or another you are sure to
ple. the Truth .... in Your Life need your tires recapped or new tires to
Withholding ---
replace the worn ones. The place to is .
Commenting on this study, U. S. News Much has been heard, in recent years, of WHEAT TIRE SERVICE. Hugh Wheat go is .

and World Report observes that, "In the the problem of "managed news"-that is,'of well qualified to serve you in this field.
forseeable future, famine looms as a 'pro- executive and administrative orders and pol- A wide variety of the latest styles in engagement and The advice he gives should be taken seri a :?

pect that can become more serious' 'than'the icies which prevent certain news from everreaching wedding rings. See our selection before you buy. ously.

threat of nuclear war. Unless a way soon it in altered ' .'
reaching
the public, or in For television, stereo, and radio at it's
is found to control the problem of worldwide or incomplete or inaccurate form. This RHODES JEWELERS finest you need only to look to the well-

population explosion, starvation will has natural1y been a matter of deep concernto known line of Motorola that is handled by
take partial solution to the prob- 'of 9th St. DeFuniak Springs Fla. RAINBOW ELECTRONICS, INC. The
over as a all the news media. The vital issue a II. watchword that glides the skilled hands of

lem." free and unfettered press.is at stake. Motorola craftmen in every fact of TV con-
t strction is . reliability. They will be hap
The facts of the Department of Agriculture have the problemof
But also, it seems, we py to demonstrate any of these quality products -
report are startling. Grain providesmost "managed testimony" by governmemnt that are built to stay.
of the energy in human diet, either employees. Sen. Strom Thurmond writes:

directly or through its use as feed in''the "In 1951 President Truman issued an execu- May I remind you that dining out with
of meat and dairy the Executive TAX ASSESSOR'SNOTICE the family MOM AND DAD'S RES T AUK
production poultry pro- tive Order prohibiting employees of ANT on Highway 90 West is not only a plea "'
ducts. Two thirds of the world's people live branch from testifying before Con- sure, but in a lot of cases cheaper than '
in Latin America and Asia and in these with reference to certain matters. The preparing meals at home. Make it a point l (, . ", \

areas, with the exception of the USSR, 'output gress nothing more than a claim of. to meet your friends for lunch at MOM AND l --. '
'order was I
Ds.a"d may suggest you try the Rav i.X
of grain per person from the mid 30'sto Executive privilege. Federal employees are i Spaghetti with mushrooms. ,>
HUn( has' fallen. It has fallen 2 'percent choice by the directive-they are
given no
in Asia and 16 per cent in Latin America. ordered not to testify. This constitutes an The law requires that you make a You can be sure that MILLERfS are

Starting from a low level of production, output attempt to withhold from Congress the only full' return of all property owned by making every effort to get back in business

of grain per person in: Eastern Europe, valid basis on which Congress can legislatethe you as of .January 1, 1963, to the Tax II as PC soon serving as you possible again, and in the we are same ho location

Ilusia and Africa has increased only'slightly truth." Assessor at 'full cash value and any by Feb. 15. All the smoked shoes have been
during the same period.As : sold and removed and we will have all new,
This is a delicate area. There are matters other exemptions you may be en- fresh stocl when we re-open
things now stand, just three areas concerning the national security and the mil- titled to.Make.

containing but one-fifth of the world's people itry position which, for 'the most obviousof '

have the capability of producing a food reasons, cannot be made public. But it your returns from January If :
you want quality need only to look
supply sufficient to meet the 'needs of their does seem that this principle is being usedor 1. 1964, through March 31, 1964. to Henco. Yes, quality you is what you find in
populations in future Theseare concealing their fresh dressed poultry. They maintaina
growing years. misused-,as a means of
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Australia-New Zealand, North America fromm the people the facts that it is the The law requires that for home- of high their standard chickens of reaches excellence through and when on II
stead you your ,
and Western Europe, where' grain output right of a free people to know. It amount to exemption your deed or con- favorite market you'can be sure it is grade
per person from the mid 1930's to'1961 has an iron curtain that should not be toleratedin tract for title must be on record at "A".

increased respectively 51 per cent. 44 per a free nation. the time of claiming exemptions.

cent., and 19 per cent.. oOo UBERT ADKINSONTax NOTE TO THE RECENT OR PROSPECjJTIVE -
At, the present time, grain exports from We see where apparently Sen. Edward BRIDE: You've chosen the right man,

Canada aand the United States are the primary Kennedy has made good on his campaign Assessor'' sure going you to choose live with the right them appliances.a long

barrier aginst famine in vast area of promise to do more for Massachusetts than 1 Walton Florida ( too, you know. Here are some helpful
'the: world. For three years, Canadian" any other candidate could. A mullti-million County, make your selection for beauty,
convenient features and be sure
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tog. .Communist China. :)Exports :from the West Florida Little discovered talent
DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined U. S. are nbw!: helping to meet 'a crisis in'' Theatre Group At ChipleyHave The Spanish Trail Playhouse
Russia and are helping to hold back hun-' reflects the pioneering spirit as
with TilE BREEZE | you a minute to hear it marches forward in its crusadefor
DeFunlak Springs, Florida ger in Pakistan India South Korea and ma-' (about the Spanish Trail Play more and better theatre participation end
Published at ny nations of Africa the Middle East and house this year opens with excitement and interest The Spanish
Thursday
Every and trails of
I promise for this Trail Playhouse blazes
Latin America.
DeFuniak Springs, Florida Little Theatre Group which presents entertainment which are educa-
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area The Agriculture Department survey Indi-; its plays and musicals in tional and enjoyable. <:J1/aJ a Ja/l 7

From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico: cates that gain surpluses in the United Chipley.the high school auditorium at Mrs. Cebclle Meigs of Nlcevllle, 1 :

Second-Clas Postage paid State and Canada available for export will I was visiting in town on Monday. nas
Try-outs for 'Carousel" will be
II C. STORKS. Publisher 1924-1933 increase sharply! in the years ahead but this announced soon., Ralph Nolen, (f( cdmm s ,
HOWARD STORKS Editor. Publisher supply cap be expected to meet only a fraction director of last year's musical
SUBSCRIPTION of the world's needs. hit, "New Moon" will again spear-
:
Estate &
head this year's extravaganza. Eaton Real
Walton and Adjoining CounUes$3.00 Per Year This is a formidable challenge for'the less "Carousel"will be presented the

Other .- "_-.------___$3.80 Per Year developed ''areas of the .world. Raising their first week in April. Can you sing Insurance Agency When looking for a good' buy on a new
dance, paint scenery make cos- used automobile should ask yourself .
food production capabilities involves not on- or you
tumes, sell tickets AUTOMOBILE FIRE '
First is the
the
following questions. ,
car
Bible Verse ly capital investment of huge proportions. Anything you can do, we can INSURANCEBONDS worth the price. Second, will I get the most JA'
.For every man shall bear his own bur but a vastly accelerated advance of their I use. Last year, people who taught for my old car? Third will the dealer I am : e' '
den.-Gal. 6:5: people into the modern world. Productive I school, worked as secretaries, STROUT buying from stand behind the car? Well -. '"
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went to QlJgc, headed:\ law firms, We represent the answer is yes, to all of these questions I ?< .
know in the United
--oOo-- agriculture such as we and some who stayed at home REALTYIn < "
i if you are talking: about RIVARD CHEVROLET : 1 4
Gems of Thought . Stors States is not easy of achievement. It rests surprised themeselves and their Real Estate since 1900 COMPANY.: Drop by and see for ... ,

The harder storms are, the shorter they upon a broad base of technical know-how, l lavishly neighbors dressed when and they made appeared up In New Location yourself. R

last.-Seneca education and industrial ,,capability making roles, far" removed from them- Lake Stanley A Savings Account can mean retirement
turers, lovers, and old fashioned TW 6.4441 become the happiest time in your life. The .
a
The purest ore is produced from the hot- seeds and feeds the chemicals to enrich the lovelies. Ask them how much fun DeFuniak Springs, Fla. : t dolllars you lay aside now will furnish most
test furnace and the brightest thunderboltfrom soils and control diseases and pests.It it wart, Ask the audience how {I' ; of the answers. Today, the money you save
the darkest storm.-Colton willl be through the use of all these much they enjoyed ,all the newly t ; j' that will provide for your future should be
i absolutely safe yet earn a good rr*urn and
flC factors that man can hope to tip the'sealesof \, ; be readily available. Consult the FIRST NA-
Every cloud engenders not a storm. nature in his favor and perhaps tap as We Would Like TIONAL BANK today.

Shakespeare yet unknown or unused sources of food pro- y To Be Your DOES YOUR FAMILY LIKE' FRESH
Lets feme no Storme before we feelea made from whole fish. It is nutritious and INSURANCEAGENT is yes, then I suggest you make CASEY'S -t ....>'

Showre.-Drayton is completely-safe but :will not be releasedfor I INSURANCE grocery IGA store.DISCOUNT They receive.OODLINER their produce your ..;,<., ,.


The height of human wisdom is to bring1 To clean the fish would make the cost so Here are our qualifications hand your favorite fruits and vegetables. _
Stop by and give them a try. I am sure you .
our tempers down to our circumstances, and much higher that much of the usefulness\ as Springs, Florida Experience? Since 1935 will i return. .' :J" .....
to make a calm within under the weightof a low cost source of food would be lost. At -
Dependable? We're available
the greatest storm without.-DeFoeoOo the present time, for only a cent or so a .* on a 21 hour basis, 7- When you visit the SERVICE DRUG
= food could make a week. COMPANY, you will find a good selection
- day this new source of days a
Max
of Revlon Factor, Helena Rubinstien
'Tis autumn our garden stands flowerlessand highly important addition to the food of REPRESENTING CAPITAL Prompt Claim Service? Our II and Coty's cosmttics. You ladies will be
bare. many millions of the poorly fed people of STOCK COMPANIES specialty since the day our interested to know also that they have a

Leaves, all yellowed and whirling fill the the world. Automobile Fir agency business.opened its doors for que good hair selection coloring.of Clarol, Roux, and Techni-

wind swept air. and the planets, ; .
Man will reach the moon
Windstorm Theft Reasonable Rates? We've
Far off on the mountain ash in the valley but it looks as if the toughest part of his searched the country for .
Marine Compensation If wish to beautify your kitchen I
below, in the foreseeable future is going to companies offering the you
jub do it with "
The bright red berries that we love, now "' be how to feed himself here on earth. a Surety Bonds Liability most for your money. suggest range by you Wizard from a your WESTERN t} .

begin to glow. That, and how to get along with the other New Warren Insurance AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE. They have a M .
So too I glow with joy and sorrow in my in the world. We would like to be your complete selection and will deliver and install
people Building track
across Agent! anywhere in this trade area. Convenient
breast oOo from Service Drug Co. terms can be arranged, so why wait, drop .
Silently, your hands in mine my thoughtsare The Expected Outcry Harris Insurance by and see Howard Griffith today. ; x ,

unexpressed, A'short time ago the Defense Department *
I gaze into your eyes'with leafs, I'J know.hot. domestic installation. They had AgencyTW '
26 needsis
closed The place to go for all your flower
what to do, become obsolete, the department reported, ,Phone TW 4.8831 6-2451 McLEAN FLORIST in DeFuniak Springs. j'
Nor where to find the words to tell, of' my \ served a useful purpose and With the winter in full season the artificial I
love for they'no'lo1ger the tax O.PUNIAK FMtlNO. FLORIDA DeFuniak Springs, Fla. II or permanent flowers are really beautiful.Let r
deep Tolstoy drain
you- needless on i
they represented a Elizabeth or Ruth Rahardt take your'
-oOo of the nation. order for a beautiful decorative piece for
A Formidable; Challenge payers- in the days following', your home. Their arrangements are simply
expected,
As was stunning.It J
America has for a great many years'b been the news media recorded many cries of pro- r
plagued by u unique problem=:white :to '
business
test and attguish.' Some came,from is very easy to recommend 'an outstanding 1
store all the food that we grow cannot'eat 'some store
organizations, like
groups some from civic CARP'S. They<<; carry a.
and connot sell. By contrast, most of the from Congressmen of the regions concerned. good supply of quality merchandise at reasonable Y; j
countries around the world face' a chronic of the Chamberof prices that any store would be 't )
"But says a publication proud to have in their .
stock. The
lady of 10-
of food And if population "
shortage supplies.
Commerce of the United States these the house will always be satisfied if the '
growth continues at the present rate, they adverse reactions were fewer than might item she purchased came from CARP'S. '
will move inexorably, closer to the hard reality bus- t.;,
have been expected. In contrast many
of starvation itself.
affected expressed -
organizations in the areas
iness
If you need a new space heatr: th's win-
An offical by
study recently completed regretting
their approval though e0 ter season the place to go is \V..:.:;i' FLOR-
the U. S. Department of Agriculture con- the necessity of the closing. Their reactionscan / IDA GAS COMPANY, Thtj Ala i e .t t c)mplete
firms what has been a growing worry in be summarized like this: We cannot t line of Dearborn Thermolaiaro. .. Siegler.
the minds of of the world's leaders cannot demand For that. It will be installed by a well fit 1.1 ified ser-
many have our bread and eat it too; we ., vicemman. Call John White the: courteous
-that unless some presently unforeseen reduced government expenditures and manager today.

breakthrough occurs world food productioncan then howl like banshees when the economy :

no longer keep up with the explosive move aversely affects our area." Special Girl
growth in the number of the world's peo At time
I 000 .t one or another you are sure to ..
ple. Withholding the Truth .... in Your' Life need your tires recapped or new tires to g
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Commenting on this study, U. S. News heard in recent years, of replace the? worn ones. The place to go is "
Much has been WHEAT TIRE SERVICE. Hugh Wheat is f\.Jt'; ;,'" ,
and World Report observes that, "In the the problem of "managed news"-that is,'of A wide well qualified to serve you in this field.. ,
forsceable future famine looms as a 'pro- executive and administrative orders and pol- variety of the latest styles in engagement and The advice he gives should be taken seriously c

pect that can become more serious than'the icies which prevent certain news from ever wedding. rings. See our selection before you buy. "

threat of nuclear Unless a soon reaching it in altered .S... ..'S
war. way in
reaching the public, or For television, stereo, and radio at it's
is found to control the problem of world- or incomplete or inaccurate form. This RHODES JEWELERS ;;; finest you need only to look to the well-
wide population explosion starvation will has'naturally'been a matter of deep concernto t known line of ''Motorola that is handled by
solution to the of 9th St. DeFuniak Springs Fla. J RAINBOW ELECTRONICS, INC. The
take overS a partial prob all the news media. The vital issue a 1190. watchword that Rides the skilled hands of

lem." free and'unfettered press.Is at stake. Motorola craftmen in every fact of TV con-

The facts of the Department of Agriculture But also, it seems, we have the problemof strctlon py to demonstrate is . reliability.any of They these'will quality be hap-Products

report are startling. Grain providesmost "managed testimony" by governmemnt that are built to stay.
of the energy in human diet, either employees. Sen. Strom Thurmond writes: .
directly or through its use as feed in'the "In 1951 President Truman issued an execu- t.May A remind you that dining out with

}production) of meat poultry and dairy pro- tive Order prohibiting employees. of the Executive TAX ASSESSOR'SNOTICE ainl&.atMOM on 'Highway! 90 AND West DAD'S is not RESTAUR only a pleasure
ducts. Two thirds of the world's people live branch from testifying' before Con- but in a lot of cases cheaper than ;

in Latin America and Asia and, in these with reference to certain matters: The preparing meals at home. Make it a

areas, with the exception of the USSR, output 'order gress was nothing more than a claim of DAD'S to meet and your may friends I suggest for lunch you at try MOM the ANDq Ravioli -

} of grain per person from the mid 30'sto Executive privilege. Federal employees are and Spaghetti with mushrooms .
1901!)( has fallen. It has 'fallen 2 'per centin given no choice by the directive-they. are '
Asia and 16 per cent in Latin A n rlea. ordered not to testify. This constitutes an The law requires that you make a You can be sure that MILLERfS are

Starting from a low level of production, output attempt to withhold from Congress the only full, return of all property owned by making every effort to get back in business
;;: as
of grain per person in: Eastern Europe, valid basis on which Congress can legislatethe you as of .January 1, 1963, to the Tax II be soon serving as you possible again and in the we are same hoping location to

Ilusia and Africa has increased only slightly truth." Assessor at :full cash value and any by Feb. 15. All the smoked shoes have been
sold and removed and we will have all new,
during the same period.As other
This is a delicate area. There are matters exemptions you may be en- fresh stock when we re-open.
things now stand just three areas concerning the national security and the mil- titled to.Make.

containing but one-fifth of the world's people itry position which, for ''the most obviousof '

have the capability of producing a food reasons cannot be made public. But it your returns from January If

supply sufficient to meet the 'needs t of their does seem that this principle is being usedor 1, 1964, through March 31, 1964. to Henco.you want Yes.quality quality you is what need only you find to look in

growing populations in future years. Theseare misused--as a means of concealing' their fresh dressed poultry. They maintaina
Australia-New Zealand, North America fromm the people the facts that it is the The law requires that for home- of high their standard chickens of reaches excellence and when on II-
stead through
and Western Europe where'' grain, output right of a free people to know. It amount to exemption your deed or con- favorite market you can be you sure it is grade your
per person from the mid 1930's.to'1961 has an iron curtain that should not be toleratedin tract for title must be on record at "A".

increased respectively 51 per cent, 44 per a free nation. the time of claiming exemptions.

cent and 10 cent. oOo NOTE TO
per ----- HUBERT ADKINSONTax THE RECENT OR PROSPEC-
At the present time grain exports from We see where apparently Sen. Edward TIVE BRIDE: You've chosen the right man,
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Canada aand the United States are the pri- Kennedy has made good on his campaign Assessor' You now,re be sure going you to choose live with the right them appliances.a long
.
mary barrier aginst famine in vast area of promise to do more Massachussetts than{I Walton County Florida I' time too, you know. Here are some helpful
the'world. For three 'years, Canadian'gain any other candidate could. A mullti-million suggestions, make your selection for beauty,
.. sustaining ust ln- to Boston., double-duty, convenient features and be sure
has. been a. major prop space installation.goea. you choose a Product that has a stood reputa
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I 73 PUBLISHED EVEfcV ri.URSDAY? THE DeFUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1964 VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK" SPRINGS. FLORIDA'r'
VOLUME .
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:..:..,.,'.. "T' :4a1r BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT BIF\T.\ ANNOUNCEMENT Bible Study y At IN COUNTY:SHE' 'CIRCUIT: FLORIDA: ) .LOklHl)IN CHS.NCEHY*O* WALTON-I Walton the Clerk County of F,U.Florida. OtI'OCoUt',\&on' or\before 5,- = - -- --.-- -- -- -


I SOCIAL ACTIVITIES' J JI J!: 1rt 14 ," T, ';'; I Mr. and Mr John E. Maples, Mr.. and Mr;*;.-Gene;;; Austin Jones Friendship Ituptist SHERMAN O. NO.TRUETT.' S33 et Plaintiff.W t al.!. each March This> .week...7..notice.... 1 ieed.for 4 shall four be consecutive published weeks once

( I''Jr., of Freeport, announce the nf f Floence(> ', Ala.,. announce the A Bible teaching/( for all ages vs. in the DeFuniak Herald. .a. weekly' )'
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. /. birth of their first child, Sandra birth of a daughter, Martha Mich. will be held at the Friendship DAVIS. pt Hi Defftntlants 'newspaper'. Florida,published in. Walton Coun.ty. .-

----- Dec, born February 3, 1964 at. dIe born on January 26, 1964 Baptist church Friday I night NOTICE.. TO DEFENDANTS: > w. DONE AND ORDERED in DeFuniak
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v .. 2 2:03 a.m. and weighed 7 lb.. and through Sunday night at 7 7:00: 'Walker Dv&& Individually., and W .W. Davis.. Springs. Florida, this :3 I day of Febru-
I 10: oz. I weighting Paternal 6 grandparents lb.. and 6 oz. are Mr. o'clock.' ;Hrmphlll, Davit Leila Christine:HemphllL.: Carr[.! :Richard Harley: : sly 1H64 4, B. Leo: ANDREWS
Airord Mllbra .
Beck Kmtner Beck.
Court
Circuit
Clerk '
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jones of the Adult* and young people will Edda.. NobaU) Meddle McDonald. a* and (ScalP' ) Walton County; : Florida
7, and Mrs.. Lance Howell of Nice- Liberty community.' be taught the Books of Ephesiansby constituting: :the 'dole surviving I heirs Angus (O. AndrewsOf
' ( at law of Charles W. Davla and Sarah CAMPBELL. & ,ANDREWS WATCH
villa. Paternal grandparents are Pastor C. Lester Weekley. The .J J., DavU.. deceaaed.. If said heirs are P. O. Box 326DP'unlak
r Mr. and Mrs.. John E. Maples, Sr. \ Intermediates will lie taught by living, and If dead their unknown Springs.. Florida
W.M.U.
:
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Il\A.SSOciational heirs devisee* and legatees and any ::: for FlalnttffINVITATION ,
kc : ; I of Freeport.. \. Feb." 11 Mrs. C. Lester Weekley and the and all persons. firms or corporations> AttorneyS
I ., I Juniors and Primaries will be claiming bv.. through or under themor FOR BIDS
'*.. ,
either of them and any and all NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS:
14# Robert and Judy Rivard were : The Associational W.M.U. will taught by Calvin Garrett. persona firms or corporation. having Sealed' proposals .will.. be receIved* by
home from FSU for the weekend. meeting Awards can be earned and everyone ">r claiming to have any right title.. the Walton County Board of Public 10'-
L ; hold t th<'ir regular& quarterly claim or interest. In and! to the following Instruction: until 1:30: P.M.1 C.. T..
";: Mr. and Mrs. John D. Potter February 11, at 7, p.m. at the )' Is welcome.C. described lands in Walton Tuesday.. February)' 25, in the Office of
l < ''t. were visitors In Fort. Walton on First church, DeFuniak Lester Weekley, Pastor County...Florida t I the Superintendent.. Walton count)'
Baptist at the BE: Corner of Pie. for
Commencing 8rlng. '"
;3'3'tq { |' The Rev. and Mrs. Gayle Threl- Springs the NKH'" of hKU of Section 33.'rap. .Courthouse.construction' ':. : DepunIak of LLXN4.HROOM. :: Ar .
: have their CANEV CREEK SING e N.. 1 15 West run thence DTTION TO PAXTON. SCHOOL.. WALTON .-
Ikeld as* guest Rev. :: : }
.
: attend and .
You are urged to N 88 deg r nxln 44 sec West for COUNTY.. FLORIDA" At that OPENING
__ J Threlkeld's father. hear" the Missionary guest. speaker a distance. of 183.&SS feet for a ume.. they'? will be publicly opened- and
fence corner post for point of .
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AIC Wallace Cobb left Mon- Don't forget Singing at Caney raid aJoud.Plan.
Rev. Richard Mazanec. beginning, run thence North 88 ?.?. SpecIfIcations and Contract*>&\' *
.(. > I day for a short visit In North Burton B. Murray, Creek Sunday, February 9th beginning deg &34 4 mln 44 see West, for .a. dlstsnce > Documents' Rfl5 obtained !1mm-
Carolina. lie will Mrs. at 1:30: p.m. Everyone has of 222.30. feet for an iron ALBERT:c C. kr ARCHITECT.. 513g.
L pick Up his wife, .
Pres.
Assoc.< Kathy, who has been visiting relatives D special invitation to come and mln 12 sec East: for a distance 10: $pS.OO. for each
; rtp : ; in be with of 28178. feet for a 'fence.. corner StSW: of the depositfor '
': .,:.. North Carolina since and friend. :
Oenf -
Mrs.Ruley. Moffitt us.L. post, run thence North 89 degrees : one set will be refunded r 'to
Christmas. E. Gill, SecretaryCarl seconds east. for a a bona-
Blanchard of 30 minutes SO Contractor whO submIts
Mrs. Charles\ Harry distance of 222.3O feet for a fence pral bad upon .return. ..or all doeumenta
I I Pensacola.. came over Tuesday.) corner' post thence South I dec( f ride ( ) tela
FOR SALE: BAHIA HAY. Call is in Kansas .
B. Edwards .
J4 : .".., 859-2268 or 859-2262 also can Mrs Motfitt took her aunt, Mrs. City this week attending a four- of 23 287 mln.M 7 feet see to West the point for a of distance begin :S&Sef&S&r¢ : ':rr : : :: I :&.
:" L. S. and friend, Mrs. and 1445 acres,
Cleveland- nlng. comprising .
contact Nixon's
!I 4, /; ..S 1:23: 30. 2 2:6:6., 13 chg Garage. Rosa Langston to Panama City day conference soil land represented water conservation the Choc R.more A.. Jones.or less. If, llvlnf.and. and If deceased actual menta coat upon of.-tpt.production of all Of dOt'UmDtaan . *
and return. his unknown heirs. devisees. and any" condition withIn ten ((10)) days"
..: I' WILL TRADE 3. B. Goff left tawhatchee district.Mr. and all persons, firms, corporations,:,, good Lbs date of opening bids.A : .
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.,.: f 1969 IMPALA Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Taft. Robinson claiming:: : by. through or r under him. after bid. band mad. payabie 50 the....
.;, ''YJ''.: .. "; Sports Coupe, automatic: power Sunday for Atlanta to attend visited their daughter in Panama Sworn' :complaint having:I :been filed Walton Count)?' Board or Public IsatructiOn
entitled five
in the above or ppr-
,: j by the plaintiffs the amount
>. steering, white with red interiorin spring market. above named Court entitling In bid must" --
In the
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City on Sunday.Mr. cause of the
'": very good condition for a nice Mrs. Madelyn Rountree of the plaintiffs to. this notice. ((5 5%)each Pl'OpoaaI.. .performAnce.. > .
B. Jr. .
and Mrs. A. Tappan company
: notified wUI be isquired '
each of are hereby Bond
and
/<" boat, motor and trailer of Chipley business the first you you Bond and Payment ",, Of Miller's'
: equal was a of Pensacola, and her father. Mr. that suit has been filed agalnat In .n amount equal to 100"%"
_-"I-r..rt..y-"IO" .. 51 i ;#c..r.n. I value. Phone TW 6-3791 after 6 of last week. r.M..[. Merrill, of Moristown, Tenn.. above you' In the named above plaintiffs named t Court seeking by the to the Contl'&Clt' Pri-be wtthdrawn for each bond.after the
AnnouncedMr. p.m. the weekend hee with the quiet::: t the plaintiffs1' title. In and,f tot NO bIds may tIme' eelptof r
Engagement I ; BEDROOM spent described situate.. . : closing :brrI\ ;I:(135)daya. )
,. HOUSE. FOR RENT-2.3 t the above \ property ih tr; a period of
< A.. B. Tappans, Sr. .
In. Walton t Oounty.*"
N.., A. DIXON side of Back 'lying'! and being( .. ? ; rillht to
House. North and are hereby notified ike
}Florida )you eaervee .
and Mrs. S. C. Butler of Trousdale of Athens, Alabama.Mr. I 2t Lake Drive.. Rent and required to serve upon the attorney 'rue owner an blcl. and to .5L 1v.
Well DrillerI Lake on Twin Dr. and Mrs. James Craven reject .n)?' OP
for the plaintiff' a .
,Collnwood, Tenn., announce the Davis is of of record lnforlnstltiea..tohn .
a graduate Dwan I
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$$5000. per month. attended the funeral of Mr. W. of answer. or written defenses any 5aidwtfl. sup.rtnttde0t'
engagement of their daughter, Walton high school, DeFuniak I specialize in 2 2., 3 and 4 in. wells. Bishop or call 'TW 4-4471 after Hutcheson in Chipley last copy.. .. If your any.. to the complaint In of Public E. Inatyuctioa. WIWDCouot
A. of
Miss Lena Butler to John A. J.I Rotary equipment. Call 535-2048. *U.* said cause... and to file the original )'. FLorida
Springs, Fla. He graduated from I &&JOO: PM. week. such answer.. or written defense' with I
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Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hudie _T Vernon, Florida _::=I\
Davis of DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Chipola Jr. College, MariannaFla. I Engagement AnnouncedY ,

Miss Butler Is a graduate of ., and is now a senior (busi-- I

Lauderdale county high school, ness major) at Athens College, Rev. and Mrs. W. E. (Bill) Mr. Johnson graduated from Wai. SHOE STORE
Rogersvllle, Ala. At the present also. Mr.. Davis' grandparents are George announce the engagementand ton High School and is associated
,3 I time. she is an English major) at the late Mr. and Mrs. .J. R. Davis, approaching marriage of their with the Eleventh Air Assault II '

\Wed I Athens College, Athens, Ala. Miss DeFuniak Springs, and the late daughter, Glenda, to Army Specialist Division at Fort Bennlng, Georgia.I
Miss Infinger and Mr. Reagan Butler's' grandparents are the late Mr. D. A. Mtelnnls' and Mrs. Mc- 5th Class Tommie Carl The wedding will be an eventof

I In Red Bay Church I I Mr. and Mrs. Jason Butler (Rog- Innis, of Mobile, Ala. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack April 12, :9 o'clock' P.M. at the

ervillc, Ala.) and the late Mr. The wedding will be an eventof Johnson (of\ Freeport, Florida. Saipt; \ Johns Free Will Baptist GENERAL ELEGTRIC'Siscou
-- James R, Trousdale and Mrs. May 30, 1964. Glenda is a graduate of Holmes Church. No invitations are being

Reil i Bay Presbyterian Church lace. She carried a cascade bou- County High School, attended .mailed, but all friends and relatives SATURDAY FEB. 15Stock -
was the( scene Monday.[ evening, quet of white carnations, (centered' Mrs. Eloise C. Shehee of De Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wise are Chipola Junior College ,and is em- of the couple are cordially \

January 13, 1964 for the wedding with an orchid. Funiak Springs, Fla., third year at markeet this week In Atlanta ployed with the Bank of Bonifay. invited to attend the ceremony.Mr. ,
The bride choose her sister, Miss student in pharmacy at Auburn buying spring merchandise.
of Miss Sandra Yvonne Inflnger Danna Jean Infinger, ad. her maidof University has been elected )sis. Harold Donaldson of Marianna, Dr.. John N. Trotman, of Mayo, and Mrs. John Adkinson of .
and Mr. Donald Wayne Reagan. honor. She was gowned in a torian of Rho Chi, national pharmacy ,visited'! his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fla., visited his mother, Mrs. D. Albany, Ga., were here last weekto

The Rev.. Hurley D. Guy of- street ength dress of light blue' 'I honorary society. John Donaldson, over the week- N. Trotman, and other relativesover attend his grandmother's', fun.. -,.
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ficiated. embroidered taffeta with match Rev. John Ash, Mr. Emory end.Mrs. the weekend.. eral.Friends, ,,1.;:
Miss Infinger is the daughter of ing slippers and carried a bou- Campbell, Rev. Gayle Threlkeld Willard Munn and daughter Miss Janice Clayton who attends of Mr. P.O. Kneperwre

Mr. and Mi-s.. Hughie V.. Infinger quet of pink carnations.The and Mr. .J. E. Wooten attended a'' Terry, spent two days in Tallahassee school in Troy, Ala., spent sorry to learn of his brothe's
of Red Bay. The groom's' rents bridegroom's' best man was meeting of the Presbytery in Pen- I last week visiting rel- I the weekend here! with her mother death, Ray Kneppe, in Toledo,
sacola on Tuesday. atives. ', Mrs. R. E. L. McCasklll. I Ohio last week.
are Mrs. Sam Dutfie of Geneva, his brother, Mr. Royce Reagan. _. _
Alabama and the )late Mr, ..1 J.. P. Ushers were M. Rodney Infinger -- -- .41'' Cwnpiett4q#. Nerv
,
Reagan. and Mr. Steve Echovlch.

The church was decorated with For her daughter's' wedding, -

baskets of white gladlola, palms. Mrs.. Infinger selected a royal blue '
Candelabra, and an arch entwines! drecss with matching accessories.She __ __ : : ,
with ivy.Traditional. wore a corsage of white car- j 2O9

wedding music was nations.

presented by Mrs. Zera Denson. Mrs. Duffle wore a light blue I I II % __ -I
Soloist was Mr.. Benny Hall, who suit 'with matching' accessories.She .It I-. '
sang "The' Sweetest Story Ever .BO!. wore a- corsage, 'of white .I t .
Told", and ""I 1 Love You Truly"". carnations.*
The bride, given in marriage by Following the ceremony, a reception - -
her' father, wore a floor length was held in the home of S " AN' WXPENSIVE 1 I V NEW LIGHTING SERVICE S FOR
gown of peau de sole with fitted Mrs. Mae Chamberlain, aunt of t
bodice, high scooped neckline. and the bride.. : F"r( fc5"* '

embroidered Alencon lace and For a 'wedding trip to South I t :- 1* ecE
seed pearls. Her waist length Florida, the bride wore a pink ? t I
veil of illusion was held in place knit suit. She wore a purple' # I

with a crown of seed pearls and orchid corsage. ? Gulf Power'
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It"t"", Sgma; Phi Met Skirts,, Shirts Sponsor N4r .p

'With !Mrs.\ GallowayXi Heart Fund Dance ; ; ,_...J

The Shirts and Skirts Square jc1 "5 Bl
Beta Delta Chapter of Beta Company I
Dance club Is sponsoring/( square
Si-Ttia- PM met on Monday nleht, dance for the benefit of the .
January 27, with Mrs.. Dot Gal
Heart Fund on Saturday night,
loway. Continuing the theme of February 15 at 7.30 at the Na- SALE:

the present program, book,servedan Mi-s.- tional Guard Armory.. The entire rr'I',''}< -"<-'- I! I&'iihMjflljT&' : Customers S
for her 7- "
Galloway- progam
proceeds of this dance, strictly a .. J, .
Oriental meal, complete from voluntary donation will go to the : .. : '
chopsticks to fortune cookies., Walton county Heart Fund.. ;
Ths: meeting/( was certainly one Square dance clubs from all of .
i of>f the highlights of this year.. this area of Northwest Florida I ,

Mrs. Dot Pugh completed the program and South Alabama have been

with advice on landscaping.. invitetd to participate and the ; C
Business was conducted by the public is very cordially invitedto
president, Mrs.. Elizabeth Neel. attend. Refreshments. will be '
Plans for the Miss Walton County served and will be played I ELECTRIC APPLIANCES THAT ; your yard driveway
games I GENERAL
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UNITS OF | ,
contest' are well under way. and we plan to have plenty of I 44.h.. tp s HslItk WE HAVE 22
The public is asked to keep in :
seating: for all spectators.No .
space I
mind this important date in Wal-- admission will be chargedbut ::1 HAVE TO BE MOVED. ; ; farm church or school
,
ton County: March 27, 7:30: P.M. if you should care to donateas _
at the Thomas D.. Bailey gym. you enter or leave the Armory '

your donation will go to the Heart : :
SERVED :
Friends of Mrs. L. S. Cleveland ,
FIRST !
all Join in to wish her a very I Fund.We are using/( Valentine''. Day FIRST COME $ OO
happy birthday Friday, I
February I theme for this dance and this 3
7th. Mrs. Cleveland has spent the I should go quite well for our pur ; for only useiiu, on existing facilities
bluest part of her life here 1 SAVING APPLIANCE pir .
inDeFuniak. I
pose. Also, remember on Friday THIS ONE-TIME. MONEY
OF I Ir.
and can recall so many night of this week February 7th k TAKE ADVANTAGE : .
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happy days in the past. Best of the Shirts and Skirts are begin- ..,'
luck, Mrs. Cleveland and may ning new classes in square dancing tt SALE.

you celebrate many, many more. at the City Auditorium. If ,> r.. .
KJtturah McLeod left Saturday. ,ou are registered for these classes < :I 0' Safety Convenience Pofectl.ac ,

for an extended visit in Baltimore or would like to enter or begin __ ...''Vt_ __ .._ _.., ; ,
'n JI""''''''' .
Md.. and Rochester,; N. Y.. these )classes come down to the 3--30" Ranges 1 Disposal Now you can have dink-to-dawn outdoor J1ab&JDa& ....*,for your, ham
J with relatives. City Auditorium at 7:30: p.m. Fri-- ANNOUNCING THE COMET ''CYCLONE- 3 at amazingly low cacti! For' aa little aa $93.00 .par. month .. wfll inttaU

1 Mrs. Jack Paul and daughter, day night and see the beginning l--Air Conditioner and ma fatally. an attractive mercory. Ufht' ootakl your .bom. on
I Linda were Saturday visitors in steps of square dancing. 3--40"3 Ranges our erhtlng facilities.
) Pensacola. Club Reporter. WITH A HERITAGE 100,000 MILES LONG i-Built-In Oven .

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WE BUY matically.. It diaoounfea, vandal*, mhanoM"'- and ptodaota aoptyand
That's the new Cyclone.. inspired by Comet's historic Durability l--Home Entertainment Center your .
Portable Dishwasher the I for work. '
a.- 1 lengthens& day or play.
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SOFT HARDWOOD AND OAK{ wlihl (v : ;1 Run at Daytona.. where four specially equipped Comets each ran 1-Built-In Surface Unit .. . I

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Cyclone Super 289 cu. in.V-8. tachometer bucket
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t .- ', routine maintenance and lamp replacement t plus all the electricity.
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... .: ::-t.. _0. JL'oint WashingtonAnd ters Regina and Teressa and Mrs. and to b with her brother-in-law, trouble with many young people beginning of their enlistments,
Medic Holley spent Tuesday irNlceville 'r i and sister. Captain and Mrs. Rob. today is that they are searching they learn that responsibility and
The Beaches with Mrs. Charles Ray. crt Miller" and son Robie, who let! for responsibility.\ They want to maturity do not come from mere
Fonville Jr., of th for their home in Otis AFB, Mass,, be
Drtit0: Mr John accepted and recognized :>, age alone. They come from the
itty Hanking Mi. and Airs. Preston Junes U. S, Navy left a few weeks age I after an enjoyable ten days atn responsible members of the com. individual's attitude and performance
spent the weekend of the 19th in for Norfolk. Va.. after being i I homo. munity. And hundred have found In short they find the acceptance -
on busy days is as easy for me now I Mobile and on Saturday attendedthe Pensacola for several months Mrs. Carl Storrie of Blue Moun- what they were looking for in the and recognition they

a as dropping a letter in the cor- wedding of her daughter. stationed in Pensacola, he spen tain Beach enjoyed the Camellia Air Force. were seeking.

ner mailbox. Matter of fact.that's Mr. and Mrs. Chris Desk have the weekend with his parents at t Show in Panama City Sunday, The Job of todnv's Air Force Sltt. Williams advises young
returned to their home from a Beach. January 26th. and i
Seagrove men women is one of the
.< just how I do itJ"! two months stay with his parentsin Mrr and Mrs. Chester Carter Mrs. Olie Sue Godwin of New most important in the world for men improve and women themselves who are to seekingto contact

Alabama. and children of Panama City Orleans, spent the weekend with in a very real sense' America's him at the DeFunlak Springs
Florida State University has announced spent Sunday January 19th with her children and mother. security is resting on their youth Post Office Wednesday at 10
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Van Ness But- ful shoulders. Most\ any
student who have com- his brother-in-law Air Force recruits A.M. or visit his office in Pan
t pleted requirements for degrees Gene and Lillie Infinger. ler and daughter Donna of Gulf enlist immediately follow ama City located in the Post Office -
,, Y.fh during the trimester just ended. Mr. and Mrs. Van Butler ot Breeze spent tho weekend ot ing their graduation from high there.
Miss Lucie Kilbourne daughter of Grayton Beach were business January 26th with relatives at school and after A period: of intensive -
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell L. Kil- visitors in Panama City Tuesday G.'ayton Beach while her mother technical training Are assIgned -
bourne of Point Washington re. Miss Julia Strickland is visiting Mrs. Mel Cameron, visited with to Air Force bases throughout Mrs Curtis Rutherford spent
Thusday in Panama City Ith Ml.
Abbeville Ala. the Dick Saltsmans. the free world. From the
verv
ceived HA in Library Science. friends in and Mrs. J. F. Daniel.
Congratulations Lul! She has accepted Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Comstock Mr. and Mrs Roy Burlison ---- .-----
last visited" her mother and other rel.
a position as Librarian in rnad daughter Kim spent
.a Tallahassee] : school. weekend in Tallahassee with their atives in Panama City Sunday
Mr and Mrs. Clark of Panama daughter Mrs. Charles Blaisdelland Janauary 26th and also attended
Mrs. Mary Grice the Camellia Show and Open
City, spent Sunday afternoon with children.
their friends. Mrs. Mamie Hatch and her mother Mrs.\ Hobbs of House at Memorial Hospital.Mr. THE BUSIER
and Mrs. M. C. who
Thursday with Munn.
and Mr. W. R. Hobbs. Red Bay spent
Equipping yourself for the Mrs Eunice Holley Mrs. Evie Gene and Lillie Infinger. are spending the winter at Sea- YOU ARE '
Saltsman and Mrs. Cassel Morgan Birthday Luncheon prove Beach made a business trip
same convenience is as as back to their
easy home In Birrning-
of Mrs. Roy Burlison
were business viitors in Panama Relatives i
stopping in or writing us for free City Tueday. came over from Panama City ham th first of the week

mailing forms. Do so soon and try Mr. and Mrs. Steve Barrett of Thursday bringing a covered
in luncheon in honor of her Responsibility' For Security
Sea grove Beach, were shopping dish
Those enjoying this get- On Youthful Shoulders*
Panama City Wednesday. birthday.
HIIJ/IdHII 41li/1 Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Comstock together were: Mrs. Felix Moates,
Choctawhat-I Sowell all of Panama Despite the doom prophets who
and daughter Kim of Mrs. Gene
chcc Beach and Miss Peggy Gavinof I City; also Mrs. Steve Barrett of would have it otherwise local U.
S. Air Force 2i'THE
Salts- Recruiting Sergeant
Beach Mrs. Evie I
Freeport made a business tripto Seagrove
R. E.
Williams
and is enthusiastic
Butler
Panama City Tuesday. man. Mrs. Albert
CAWTHON STATE BANKMember about America's
Captain and Mrs. Bob Miller daughter. Teressa and Mr. and young people.
According to the
Sergeant the
and son Robie of Otls.AFB, :Mass. Mrs. Burlison. MORE OUR BANK
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation arrived Thursday for a yisit with CAN HELP YOU!
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max- Miss Lucie Kilbourne of Tal-
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA well L. Kilboune.Mrs. dlahassee, spent the weekend with Ornamental IronworkMADE For example here you'll finds

Albert Butler and daugh her parents the Max Kllbournes. CHECKING ACCOUNT service to save

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seems remote. Then wham Flowing Gold Syrup with! that lip-
with us.. The lack of education and skills will forever plague some of our people. corns a rear-nd collision. The smacking Georgia Can Flavor.Just

victim's spine becomes a purchase a pint sirs package of
Full empoyment as a result of these things can never be realized. the
cracking whip with his head Flowing Gold Syrup remove
-. and neck the whip's snapper. label and send it along with your
Whether physical injury Is name and address to tile address
S listed below. II you prefer to buy
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:: tional aspects of a common- refund
of Flowing Gold Syrup your

'f .,'.f, In spite of the fact that full employment Is not possible, we are intent on bringing the '. S place has suddenly Injury developed which of rather late S'v IJ-P will of the>ba pint equal sin.rgTSOI to.the prevailing price

;,: fullest possible employment to our area. Our building supply and home improvement uncommon psychological ra

.'.... sales people are, constantly striving to create new work and more jobs. This is one mifications. 'OMifwM. M l...Ml.....OHM M ln.FLOWINtt .
Which reminds us you Mo,r.ItMi"n-1.S.U li-a,1 t.r
,f way we try to help the people locally. The character of our wares helps us to do it. can expect uncommonly quick rev trra of.*...._mUi_" rato4M woN_Mw, .Mn l0e.sea....Hera.. ew
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and courteous service at Ser- .1...N..Mn.r/.ew1/ ...I U.N n erlrr,
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VOLUME 73-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6. 1964
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,. benefit rate at the Social Security
r h4 4a office. I I :
Carey reminds all beneficiariesto
notify the Social Security office I The man. from Globe I Life
as well as the Post Office I i
when they change their addresses.
This will assure prompt and pro- I
per delivery of monthly benefit will visit you n.in
checks. I .
The Social Security Office for
this area Is located at 1135 Harrison .
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS VICINITY
Avenue, Panama City, Flor- & .
ida, (telephone 763-5331)). ,.-
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The Rev. Ceo. Milam, Jr., Mrs. I I '
Walter Tappan and Mrs. Marlon *
McNamee returned Thursday Welcome him . 1
night from Jacksonville where r ij '
I they attended the 121st Annual -
Council of the Episcopal church. his policies are ..
While there they were the house- _
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Mi-
tem, Sr. GUARANTEED RENEWABLE i ,
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Mrs. Andrew C. Hinton and I
w.I I daughter were guests of Mr.! and .FORLIFE e
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Mrs. H. O. Hinton over the week-
I end, while Dr. Hinton attended
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Jesse Evans, long-time night orlzed by the Council for his the meeting of Dentist Associa- much timeas .
Ask him
question-take as
watchman, being presented a pla- 34 years of service, beginning in tion held in Tallahassee Satur- any
que for long and meritorious ser- 1928, and lasting up until his retirement day. Dr. Hinton will open his you like. After discussing the type of

I Goodwin.vice, presented The plaque by Mayor was Harold auth- In 1962. office socola.the last of January In Pen- protection that you really want, he will

I -Photo by Shultz I explain )just how the Globe Hospital Plan tl 4

can be fitted to your particular need-and, t ''r e 1' k _
S. S. Beneficiaries Need Security Administration withheld Dr. J. L. Anderson within
I at a cost means.
To Report 1963 EarningsIt checks for 1963 because you hart announces the opening of his your f _
originally planned on earningover office for the Practice of Op- The Globe ,Life man who calls at your
seems as though all of us $1200.Carey tometry in all its phases. Eyes
have something that must be done emphasizes that report examined, glasses and contact home has been carefully selected and I t

before a certain deadline date. serves three main purposes: lenses prescribed. trained. He is fully licensed in your state. i4 We must buy a birthday gift for 1. To adjust Social Security Office !Moue: )i i
Uncle Jim before next Tuesday.We payments according to the amountof Monday through Saturday -and all his policies are approved by $I .1 !
.must buy our automobile tags earnings for 1963 and the 8:00: A.M. to 5:00: P.M. your state insurance department.His .
by February 20. We need to claim amount of Social Security checks Closed all day Thursday
our homestead exemption before received. Since benfits may have I' Crestview, Florida purpose in calling is to show you a ? J r5
April 1. We must file our income been based on estimates of earn- S02 North Main St. wonderful world of protection for you and
tatx return by April 15. The list ings earlier in 1903, a complete Phon. M U 2.4014
is endless and It's part of an Inescapable adjustment is not possible until your family-protection that is working :
day-to-day routine.A the end of the year when your for hundreds of thousands of families
deadline of sorts must also exact earnings are reported. .m
be considered by many of the 2. To obtain an estimate of National across the nation-protection by one of + t t t;.:
10 million people receiving social earnings for 1964 so that the First America's great insurance companies. And )
security benefits according to Social Security Administration .
John V. Carey, Social Security will be able to determine how Insurance Agency all Globe Accident and Health policies are

District Manager in Panama City, much money can be paid to you guaranteed renewable . for life. ; _,,., a.N.ti .
Florida.Mr. for the year.
Carey states that if you 3. To consider whether or not FOR
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were a Social Security bene- your earnings in 1983 can increasethe 3 I ,
ficiary in 1063, but continued to amount of the monthly check
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work, you must report your earn- you now receive. Carey also BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIRE i : LIFE .j, :
ings for 1063 whether you earned states that, even though you may '. . GLOBE 7 .
wages from employment, or net already be receiving benefits, the MARINE A CASUALTY AND dt 1 6
earnings from self employment.You years of work after filing for :.. : ACCIDEMTINSURANC .;
must file an earnings report Social Security can be consideredfor INSUHANCI .
with the Social Security Admin- increasing your monthly bene- uomnmzu I
istration if you earned over $1200 fit rate. This increase is not auto First National Bank ..
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during 1963; or, if you did not matic; you must file an applica- i I I nAn S
earn over $1200, and the Social tion for recomputation of your old< line legal reserve insurance company with home offices In Oklahoma City,Oklahoma r


,1iA.x ASSESSOR'S.NOTICE I TALLAHASSEE BRANCH OFFICE 7 .


Suite 313 Tallahassee FloridaTaUahossee

Building A. M. McCrimmon, Mgr.

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CHEVELLE MALIBU SUPER SPORTS by CHEVROLETI
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of receiving tax returns for the year of 1964. (On all property.)
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Name Place Day Date Hours ,
1 Argyle Mehlhorne's Store Tues., Feb. 18 9:00-9:45 A.M.
32 Douglass Cross Roads Campbell's Store Tues., J'eb.18 10:00-12.00 A.M. I II
1 Pleasant Valley Church Tues., }'eb.18 12:15-12:30 P.M. II I (
28 Moore's School HousePostoffice Tues. Feb. 18 12:45-1:00: P.M. II I I

13 llruce Wed., Feb. 19 9:00-10:30 A.M.
12 ICed nay Postoffice Wed., Feb. 19 11:00-12:30: P.M. I
22 Valley View School House Wed.. Feb. 19 12:45-1:45 P.M. w _
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2 Eucheeanna School House Wed., Feb. 19 2:00-2:30: P.M. I I

19 Sandy Creek Pleasant Grove Church. Fri., Feb. 21 9:00-9:45 A.M. rA
:3 Glendale Baptist Church Fri, Feb. 21 10:00: -11:00 A.M. I)
!9) laskin: School House Fri., Feb. 21 11:15: -12:15 P.M.
26 Limestone Church Fri., Feb. 21 12:30-1:00 P.M.
.1 I Darlington Fuller's Store ...rl.. Feb. 21 1:15-2:15 P.M.

I1 J Freeport, Postoffice Tues., Feb. 25 9:00: A.M.-2:00: P.M. I
10 Portland Brown's Store Tues.. Feb. 25 2:15-4:15 P.M.

16 Mossy\ head Sweeney's Store W d", Feb. 26 9:00-10:00 A.M.
6 New Harmony Baptist Church Wed., Feb. 26 10:15-10:45 A.M.
25 Children's Home Church Wed.. Feb. 26 11:00-11:30 A.M. I
:TO) Flowers Quarters Old School House Wed., Feb. 26 1:00-3:00 P.M. TYK.
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15 Point Washington Post Office Fri. Feb. 28 9:00-10:00 A.M. \
Inlet Beach Holloway's Store Fri, Feb. 28 10:00-11:00 A.M.
I 18 Santa Rosa Beach Postoffice Fri.. Feb. 28 12:00-2:00: P.M.
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:tl Lakewood Campbell's Store Tues.. Mar. 3 9:00-11:00: A.M.
;5 Paxton .Mathis Store Tues., Mar. 3 11:15: -12:15 P.M. {
27 Clear Springs Church Tues., Mar. 3 12:30-1:30: P.M. ...

17 Liberty Jones' Store Wed. .. .
Mar. 4 9:00-10:00: : A.M. . -
21 Caney Creek Church' Wed.. Mar. 4 10:15=11:15 A.M.
S Alaqua Steel Church Wed.. Mar. 4 1:00-2:00 P.M. ':::;t-JfA.;;: i
21 Pleasant Ridge Church Wed.. Mar..4 2:15-3:00 P.M. V4.... .--v;
,n.w Ch."v.ll_Malibu. Sups. .Sport Coupe;faWhat's ,.-..und.Chsv.N Mllllbll.......pal eo.w.-..
20 Miramar Bishop's Pure Oil Sta. Fri., Mar. 6 9:30-11:30 A.M.
:33 Choctaw Venters Mem. Church Sat., Mar. 7 9:00-12:00 A.M., so super about the Chevelle Malibu Super Sports?'..

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Precinct numbers 14, 20 & 23 pi ease come to the office of the Tax Inside? Front bucket seats.All-vinyl interior. Ammeter rear axle sintered-metallic brake linings and sporte- :: '

Assessor to file returns and exemptions.The oil pressure and water temp gauges. Floor-mounted styled simulated walnut steering wheel, to name just .., ;:c .'
your
straighMine shift lever for Powerglide or sporty 4a few of them. ,

law requires that you make a full return on all property Speed stick shift. Outside? Special moldings and wheel coven, SS identification. 1

',,ned by you as of January 1, 1964 to the Tax Assessor at full Under the hood?Lots of choice.Two Sixes-standard Actually about all that's not super about '!.
120-hp and optional 155-hp.*. Three VS's from standthese Malibu SS Coupes and Convertibles is their price.: ;
ash value and claim homestead
and other
exemption any exemp- and 283-cu.-in.: up to (you're reading it right!) And the best way to find out what everything !1
}ions you may be entitled to. Make your returns ,from January. 1 327-cu.-in.* Try this one to flatten out hills1:1! . else is that makes them so super is to drive one. _

1964 through March 31, 1964. Forthose that are unable to apply in Options Electric tachometer Positraction Your Chevrolet dealer can take care of that. :,

person, please drop me a card and request an applicattion be mail- Optional at extra cost +

ed to you. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chevelle.. Chevy H Corvalr Corvette

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'-- THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1964_ _
LEGAL: NOTICES IX THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Tp. 3, N. Range 1. West of the TO JAMES c. TOWNSEND and NOTICE OF n -n
FICTITIOUS
FUR WALTON COUNTk.; FLORIDA Tallahassee Meridian, aa platted. by LORETTA TOWNSEND!: Notice NAME MR. CHARLIE
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is hereby given: that S. CANDY ed
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IN THE CIRCUIT II1ANCC.KY' NO. BUS Garland Edwards, said plat being You pursuan afternoon at 3:00: from
COURT IN AND CHAMPUA.1N are hereby notified that Complaint to Chapter No 863.09 Florida statute.
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VAUuK
FUR WALTON COUNTY MIRtlTJUDICIAL Ffc.DKK.At.BAVUIUH of record in the office of the has. own llled In tin' alJOvl1.at.c I Jhe undersigned: "will" on February 21 the Ch'.peJ. uf the Clary Funeral
CIRCUIT FLOKIUA Of LOAN AtoSOClA 11ON, Clerk of the Circuit Court of >d cause to forerlo,> .. 11X14,, Mr. Charlie
OK mortgag\ register' with the clerk: of Clrcu S. Candy, 61 !Home
a Corporation, age .lie, ,
NO. .2.7 Walton County. Florida. Togeth heretofore executed h>' Jump c Court of Walton County, Florida \\ t tiH'; Rev. Glenn
THOMAS!!! R. POTTER and GLADYS va:- Plaintiff. er with all and singular improvements lownnrid, and, Loretta l"iwrul to fictitious name, of MUSEUM OP TillE the passed away in a Montgomer)y" Spence <"fIcJdlmg. Burial followed
L. tenements hereditaments, Hevln Shell Hum.... Inr SEA AND hospital -
POTT&U. his wlfs. und nsnlgniH J INDIAN said fictitious early Monday
J !EXENE SMITH. INDIVIDUALLY and name morning/: jr the Magnolia
Plaintiffs. appurtenances thereunto b- to plaliilllf. Mild mori H ,< being the name which ( cemetery.
uppe.irlnn the
!!! AND .uI. ADMINISTRATRIX OK THEtsrAlfc. longing or in anywise appertain In hook 03 I'll:.m 1S3, mi" ;'Hi: record 'are 1I business under January 20. 1964. Mr. Gandy wan !s Char>' Funeral Home
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CISCO in
OK JOHN H. SMITH ALSO fene'.tR' : was
ing free from all .
PLUMBING COMPANY exemptions and of Walton County. Flotilla. iincl em- of Florida. hsvlnK I native and life long resident
their oj t
KNOWN charge
Ad J. HKRMCHUi: of
SMITH; right of homestead.and ,, ariantiemcntslusbaml .
INCORPORATED. bracing the Ivlow ,
tie* rll ci i lnn Ik c'or and AND HERHCHEL: KAREN SMITH for tne Court to decree an equitable Walton County Florida t.''-witUeglunina Rosa Beach. Walton County orf.ta county. ---- -
THK NITER STATES OP AMERICA A MINOR AND VKUUtKA JEAN lien and an equitable attach. it the Southwest Corner Frank N. Survivors -
Klrkner include
SMITH A MINOR ment against your interest in the of the : hill widow l
lx-lruaauu. Southeast Quail i r of the Hilda B Klrkner Night At Clulehruary >
NOTICE OF SUIT Defendants.- said property In favor of the Plain Northeast Quarter 01: ;'MIIUHI 21. Huobund nod Mrs. Mary Gandy of DcFuniak
TO: CINCO PLUMBING COMPANY NOTICE tiff for the sum of 1.38a8O and sucli Townalup' ] ,, Rnn, > '.MSc t. Tenancy by the Entireties Wife Springs; two ; 12: Dance
Port Walton Beach Florida TO: Jerriene Smith other support money .. may become thence; Eitstcily't'Lt: '::lie South -Jun.,. 23, 30 Pet 8. 13 daughters Mrs Revue Set Fur Fell. 1t 1!)
You are Hereby notified that a suit c-o Mrs. Simmons due after February: 1, IBM has been boundary ol the sain ->E': ', of "laxilene\ Garrett of Choctaw
has been filed against you In the Lockhart Alabama filed against you In the above styled the NEt. of Soctlon :U120. : feet. leach! and Mrs.\
above entitled cause, and that you are Vellrea Herschel Karen Smith and Court and cause and you are required thence North 210 feet t hf'n'eW..st.. MRS. IDA E. RUSSELL George Belcher You are Invited to the Woman's
required to file your answer with the Jean Smith to file your defenses with the Clerk 424)) feet., and south 210 feet to Mrs. of Birmingham; two sons Holden Club
Clerk of thla Court and to serve a c-o Shirley Long of the said Court and serve a copy point of briannluH; '''it., raid 'pii--' Ida Elizabeth Russell, age Candy and Hubert February 12, at 7:45: P.M.
copy thereof upon the plalntlfCi ate Rt. :2Madison's thereof on Plaintiffs attorney whose <.(.I! lying and being II I:4t'C'Uilll: 22. f7, passed away Monday\ or Gaudy, both Come and bring your husbandas
torneys, whose name and address Is Restaurant name and address appears below, on Township I Mouth Hauuc, : 21 West morning, Houston Texas; one brother it is
January
THOMPSON if "II.l.LS. McLean Build Rlchman, Kentucky or before the 27th day of February lit Walton County Florida 20. 1904 in n local hos- Willis C 'Husbands Night". There
ing. P. O. Box 87. UePunlaK Springs. You Jerelene Smith Herschel Karen 1864. otherwise said complaint will be Vou are. further hereby Hiunm""noi iStal. Mrs.\. nus.seIvns; ) Gandy of IX-Funlak will be slides Social Hour andefreshments.
Florida' not later than February 19: Smith and Vellrea Jean Smith are taken as upon of
1604. It you fall to do so a Decree Pro hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint Ordered 0'(1. DeFunlak ., this n.i liuali Cowherd. Ill !iil.iiutin' a i"t- > Geneva, Ala., ont had been number of grandchildren. Don't miss it!
Confesso will t be entered against. you to foreclose a certain: mortgage 31st day ( January, ItrFla. ornev, whose, address IB 1 I'// Soil 111 a resident i for, the Due to the fact that the high
for the relief demanded In the coin- un the following described real and 4SEAL) E. LEO ANDREWS Jefferson Street M"rlalll\n. Flcu'.. u ., _past 30 years FunE'ral- n_ -RP..vl.-_ ...".... ........... .,.......,r.._.,_ .I school auditorium
This personal property, 1.owiULot : I UI'- v-rysiai i.ano H .Ul: is being
plaint. suit Is to foreclose a CLERK OP CIRCUIT COURT Answer or uiitun doe community renovated
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.mortgage. The property proceeded 1. Block 1. Aero Homes. a By Colleen McDonald. f."sJtyQ any to the; Cmplniiit;:: .h of Day county. t'rt Wednesday afternoon at 2:00: the next meeting sche
"""Uloa' Is: Subdivision in the KE'i of bW1*. Deputy Clerk aid suit. on or before the9 day or from the Chapel of th Clary Funeral doled to be
held
A portion of Government Lot.OS Section 21. Towuhshlp 3 North. DAVID W. PALMER March. I!W1. and to fUr 'h art,.tlnal Survivors include four tlauRh. Feb. 19-"The
situate in Section 30. Township :a Range 19 West, Walton County thereoirecorded i P. O. Box 93Crestvlew th..reotII'lth\ said Couit t HI"..1. fn'l tcrs; Mrs.\ J. J. McKinney\ of with the Rev. Wilbur Kelly Dance as an Art"-\\lll be held
South Range 21 Wrest described Florida 1 according: to plat Florida not or the decree of thin Court will ton 11.111- officiating. Burial followed in In the high
b as follows: fcleglnlng at the southwest in Flat Book 2, page 74 Attorney for Plaintiff be entered Afrfifnst) yoU uv I default Mrs.\ Audrey Murrell and Magnolia school lunch room
corner of the NEV of the of the public records of said coun- 4t1: Feb. e 13 20 27 This order shall, be pubMnlte I once Mrs. Eula Morel) both of Cemetery. under the auspices of the Dor
.BE"4, Sec. 30 Township 2 South tyi. a week for four (4) cons''etlvd, weeks Ebo. othy homer
Range 21 West State of Florida. together with all structures and 1m- tn the DeFunlnK Springs Tuld-nrrrr nnd Mrs. Dculnh Lee Morris of Sellars Studio of
thence go North a distance of 330 r rovemer.ts now and hereafter' on said NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE BALE a newRpapfr. of pfneral, cir u'ation\ In Panama City four MRS. JULIA CHAPMANMrs. Florala.
BY ; \
CLERK OF CIRCUIT Madison
feet to a point thence go East. ind. and fixtures attached thereto COURT Walton County Florid lions Local
.. and all Issues, and NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Russell of Panama children will be in the
distance of 16 feet to the pointof rents proceeds WITNESS my hand and off'rlrl! / seal, City Leonard
beginning of the parcel described profits accruing and to accrue from the undersigned B. LEO ANDREWS or said Court At DcF.,inia,! < 8prlno' Kusscll) of Crystal Julia Chapman age CO, cast. Remember; the datE Feb. 19.
herein thence continue sad: premises, all of which:: are in- Clerk of Circuit Court of Walton' County I Walton County. FlorlJ i. tuts the 31 Lake. Everett of Route 4. DeFunlak
Spring
east a distance of 149 feet to a luded within the foregoing description Florida, will on the 17th day of ,day of Jannunry IIHI4 Russell of Stapleton Ala. and ,
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point, thence go south 200 feet to and the habendum thereof; also February 1904. at the Walton County (SEAL) F. L'-O' ANDHF.WS: Bill of SprirtRfleld. Fla. passed away In a Pensacola hospital Hayside Home
a point thence go West 149 feet all gas steam electric water and Courthouse Door Walton County, in 1.1. point, thence' : go north 200 other' heating, cooking, refrigerating.iBhtlng the City of UeFunlak Springs Florida. Walton Count\ KlniUltnv Mrs. Becky Thrower of De- 1 9f)4) January 24. Demonstration Club
; during legal hours of 'sal., offer for
irrigating
to the point of beginning.; plumbing, ventilating Iva Artkinno.i D. r Funiak Springs 31
WITNESS my hand and the seal of :, and power systems, machines sole and sell at publlo outcry: to the 41.: Feb 8 13 20 2 :3 I ; grandchildren Mrs. Chapman was a native of
said Court at DeFunlak Springs, frlorIda. appliances. fixtures and appurtenances highest' and best bidder for cash the nnd 24 great grandchildren aisn The Baysido Home Demonstra
Austria
this 8th day of January A. D. which now are or may hereafter pertain oilowlngdescribed property situated -- survive Mrs. Russell)] and hart been a resident tlon Club met
'. to. or be used with in or on said In Walton: County, Florida,ootoi wit' o' DeFunlak Springs for the Tuesday. January
(Seal) E. LEO ANDREWS premises, even though they be d.1.ached .- That part of the South Funeral services were conducted I 16 past 21. at the home of Mrs. Wm. R,
Clerk of the Circuit COurtByl or detachable has been flied of Lot 24 of Kam-Akers S-D. secording Tuesday afternoon years. She was a former resident Gibson of Portland.
Walton County. Florida against you and you are hereby required to plat recorded in Plat at 3:00: from of Chicago, 111.
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Colleen McDonald, Deputy Cleric to serve a copy of your ans- Book 2 at page 39, described: as the Hurricane Creek Baptist l Survivors Vice President Mrs Frank
41.1: Jan. 16. 23. 30. Feb. 6 war to the Complaint follows: Commence at the Southeast 05f church in north Holmes include her husband Finger presided.
the al I t.Ittg"e: K. B. L fr'h.P'FI corner of said Lot 24, run 7oto county Mr. M. M. Chapman! of DeFunlak There were four
IN THE COURT OK 1 liE COUNTY gren O Fort Walton htoalC East: line loo with the Rev John Singletary of- Springs members nnd one guest present.
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JVtHiR OF WALTON COUNTY, rld.ox..n:81'lIe the; original feet ;pol.t of run ficiating. ; one brother Ted Orlyck Mrs. Virginia
FLORIDA IN PROBATE of said answers In the office of the North along :line 100 feet, thenceWest ot' Van Nuys. Calif., two sisters Clark gave a talk
Re Estate of J. T. SKIPPER, Deceased Clerk of Circuit Court. In and for Wai. parallel with the South Burial followed In the Hurri Mrs. Bessie on sales! and buying wisely.
NOTICE OF FUOHATE ton County Florida on or before the boundary to a point on the West 666 cane Creek Jacobellis. and Mrs. Refreshments
TO ALL, PERSONS!!! INTERESTED!:: IN IBt day of March, 1964. If )'0'1' fall line of said Lot thence South along ; k cemetery with the Anna Grushko, both of DeFunlak were served by
"THE OP said West line 100 feet thence Clary Funeral Homo In the hostess.
ESTATE SAIL:: Di.CEUi.NTl: judgment will be taken charge Springs.
You are hereby notltled that a against iota bv default for the relief East parallel to the South line to of arrangements. Mrs, Wm
written Instrument purporting to be demanded In the above complaint.This point of beginning subject to all '--' ',- -- ----.-- -- Funeral services were conduct R. Gibson
the last will and testament of said notice shall be published once easements,, restrictions and reservations ,< -
leoedettt has been admitted to pro- each week for four consecutive weeks pursuant to the final de- -. ;:> = 4 :.. --------.
bate in this court lou are hereby In the DeFulnak Herald-Breeze. De- cree of foreclosure entered In a "
commanded within six calendar. Florida, a newspaper case pending In sold Court the
months from, the date of the first of 1D.general.: circulation In said county. style of which is
publication of this notice to appear .ifll E. LEO ANDREWS NORTH AMERICAN- ACCEPTANCE-
In th..court and ahow ,:eu... U .ur ' Clerk Circuit Court C;ORPORATION, acorporattoriu
;you can why the action of this court; Walton County Florida Plaintiff
In admitting said will to probate P. B. ESTEROREN ... 1
should not stand unrevoked P. O. Box 487 LVIN MIXON and JOANBALYA
Joe Dan Trotman Attorney for Plaintiff. MIXON. husband and wife.
County Judge Fort Walton Beach. Florida Defendants
Walton County Florida 4ts: Jan 30, Feo. 20 and the docket number of which is
First publication January 23, 1884.I number 8318. UJI
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, I I 4t-Jan. 23-Peb. 13 .IN"THE CIRCUIT COURT IS-u: 'D ,Witness my hand and the official [slul c'A'wAr
FOR WALTON COUNTY. FLORIDAIN Real of this Honorable Court this 29 1 geared _
. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY CHANCERY NO. 8221 day of January> 1964.
JUDGE OF WALTON COUNT, BETTY SUE WELLS. (SEAL: ) E. LEO ANDREWS i. wall can opener No Clamps Needed
a FLORIDA IN PROKATE (formorPlaMrts.., Franklin J. Rushing) Clerk of the Circuit/ Courtof : !
:Res Z. of SKIPPER Deceased: Walton County Florida ice crusher
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I C ; CREDITSRBAll -v_ By Iva Adkinaon .
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creditors of the estate of J. T. FRANKLIN J RUSH1NO Deputy Clerk BOND*
:: deceased' are hereby notified Defendant.NOTICE PAUL L. CUMMINOS!!!. of 4OM CONTACT I IIf
rPqu; to file any claims I or UMMINO9!!! AND TARBXTCK I ,
demands which they may have againstraid THE !STATE!! OP FLORIDATO Attorney for Plaintiff o
I estate In the office of the County : FRANKLIN J. RUSHING 220 South Palafox Street
Judge of Walton County, Florida in You are hereby notified than anamended enascola. FloridaIt
the courthouse at DeFunlak Springs. complaint, for the partition : February 8, 1964 .ar.d for amooth if
Flortda, within six ((6)) calendar between you and the Plaintiff as tenants ---
months from the date of the first In common of the following des IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST wry cutting and ;: CON TAC
publication of this notice. Each claimor cribed property has been filed in this JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR c BM13NT
demand must be In writing and Court. to wit: WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA extra-long life. EJ "
must state the place of residence and "100 feet by 100 feet lying In a IN CHANCERY STEP STOOL ..c NA
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post-office address of the claimant "square' on the South end of the NO. 8332 *.,. *2Cru ;'
and must be sworn to by the claimant following described land. The com BAND P INC.. The new Cosco step stool
C his agent or his attorney orate plete descriptions as follows-of a corporationPlaintiff with the if Q,1L1)
.- will become void according: to law plat. 100 ft. E & W by 635 ft. .mu.t hourglass de SWmC'A'W4ij t'.
I Howard L. Cawthon N Se !B!! on the North end of Lot VII sign. The twitigaway steps portable
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Executor of the Last 24 of Kam-Akers, a "subdivision, of TOWNSEND and Sire rubber treaded for t
LORETTA added r
Will and Testament BEVS of Section 1, SW,< of Hec- TOWNSEND can opener s-
of J. T. Skipper deceased tlon 22. NE'4 of Sec. 28 and NW Defendants safety. Sturdy chrome
First publication January.. 23. 1964. See. :37 lying North of State NOTICE OF SUIT8TATE I frame. Choice, of handsome ]I
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