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 13, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028316
Volume ID: VID00215
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
oclc - 33857908
alephbibnum - 002059593
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last year's list. gym. The program scheduled is .
"The Cost involved in School Memorials Gifts To The '
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First the "Babe Gordon" road
in north Walton county, which Accreditation". Walton Co. Heart Council Democratic Committee Met
runs westward for a distance of The panel members will be Used For Heart ResearchMr.

6V4 miles over to the Okoloosa Burvin Pugh. John Baldwin and 1'.rtkhard;:;: ;
county line.Number Burke Scisson of the State Department and Hosier I _
of Education. Chairmen of the 1064 Heart Fund
2 (a) on the list is the This could be one of our most announced today that memorial
Webster Lane" road also in important meetings this school gift given to the Walton county Set Primary Qualifying Fees
north Walton county, which runs year and we are looking forwardto Heart Council and made in me- 1 1City
three miles from U. S. 331 to residents of Walton
having one of our largest mory of former
U. S. 85. (b) The "Clear Springs"road for
crowds. Make plans to be present county are used entirely
on the Florala-Mossy Head The nursery will be open at heart research. These gifts will The Walton County Democratic
To CollectAmusement
highway south to the intersectionwith
the Homo Economic building. Re- help to speed the conquest of our Executive Committee has assessed
SR 2. freshments will be served at the nation's number one killer heart Tax qualifying fees for candidates in
..Number 3 (a) A five-mile of the and circulatory diseases. the
conclusion program. May primaries setting the
stretch from the intersection of Paul Sutton. President Today, more than 10.000.00uAmerricans On Ball GamesUnder fees at two per cent of the annual ,
SR 183A and 183B northward to DeFunlak P. T. A. are' afflicted or :disabled salary of the position the candi-
the intersection of 183 and 185. including one-half million terms of a motion unani- A date Is seeking.

Cb) A road north of DeFuniak Heart Fund Square school age children. In addition mously adopted at Monday night' ., - This is the same qualifying tees
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Springs running west four miles 50,000 children are born each meeting of the city council, t for several elections in the
ft from SR 83 on) the old Henley Dance Saturday Night year with congenital heart defects amusement tax will be collectedon past.

road to the intersection of 331. Many of them can be cured by all athletic contests held in In addition to this fee set by
Number 4--a continuation of Saturday night. Feb. 15 at 730.: new heart surgery procedure discovered the city limit &last year. the county committee, the usual
SR 181 from Darlington southeast the National' Guard Armory will through research. Amnz- The amusement tax is a graduated state fee of three per cent will
to the Holmes county line, a be the location of a Valentine Mayor Haydon Burns 'tog advances have been made in assessment starting at one iYLIk be charged making a total of
distance of about one mile and party given by the Shirts and Visits Here Thursday heart surgery since the Heart cent on a 25o admission and goingup five per cent of the annual salary.
a half. Skirts Square Dance club for the Association was formed in 1948. to five cents as a maximum. '. For one of the major county
Emery Campbell chairman of a benefit of the Heart Fund. --- Research has made spectacular Last year about $1400 was collected offices paying $8500 a year in
committee already appointed by All local people as well ..a Thursday February 13 Mayor advances In development l of drugsto in the tax, mostly from Walton county this means a total
the Board to study a food for the square dancers from this section: Haydon Burns of Jacksonville, an control high-blood pressure movie theatre collections.A qualifying fee of $425: .00.
needy program for the county are invited to attend. Rememberall announced candidate for governor and rheumatic heart disease. Encouraging total of only 33.12 was collected The meeting of the Executive
recommended by Rep. James will make a stop here on a has been F5
donations. and admittance is progress madein all at the Junior high school Committee held In the Commis-
Prescott requested and was givenan strictly a donation, will go to short trip through Northwest reducing and preventing 'in- basketball tournament held here sioners' room in the courthousewas
additional 30 days to makea our local Heart fund drive. Florida.It validlsm from stroke. Discovery last and ....... db.t..-.."..."'$,_ ..."..."h_...' '''''- presided over by E. L. Pin.
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: recommendation Johnny Everett from Fort Wal- has been announced by of synethetlc substitutes for ar. as passed Monday night MISS JUDY DALTON ckard, chairman of the county
mission. ton Beach will be the caller and Shultz Chairman of the Walton I teries and development. of surJrII committee.The .
school will be asked the -
Hubert Morrison was renamedas for to pay I
we are expecting several guest county Campaign Committee. ) cal technique for mending or replacing Miss Dalton daughter of : resignation of Coy Thoma-
custodianfor the applicable tax from all ad. Judy
assistant courthouse Burns that Burns will be
callers from the area to join Mayor I diseased or damaged blood missions. Mrs. Vincent Germanese Santa I son as secretary and treasurer
another year. be and at the Sunnyland Grill from 3:00: vessels have resulted from heart
Johnny. There will game Rosa Beach who has been selectedfor was accepted, and Forrest Mc-
P.M. until 4:30: P.M. and will The first motion pertaining to
research. I
refreshments and plenty of square the Good Citizenship awardof Donald named to these position
NOTICE OF dancing for those who are square meet with members of his committee More funds are needed to fight the tax was made by CouncilmanJ. the Daughters of the American O. C. Jones precinct 10, Portland -
REGISTRATION TO VOTE and aU other who F. Bludworth who proposedthat
persons
atherosclerosis
of the named
dancers. or hardening Revolution. was to fill the vacancy -
Our square dance classes were would care to come by and talk arteries which results in heart the $33.12 collected from the left by the death nf C. R.
of Registration him. The ladies invitedtoo tournament be refunded Miss Dalton, Walton high senior,
The Supervisor begun last Friday night and we with are attacks and strokes the major junior or Reddick.
will be at the following places to were very pleased to have 13 n-w as Mrs. Burns will accompanyher villain of heart disease. else the tax collected from all was selected by faculty and 12thgrade Rep. Jimmy Prescott told the
register those who have not registered husband and she is looking They. said sources. members, committee he
square dancing beginners. I many persons have appreciated the
I in the last seven yars: Saturday Feb. 8th we held our orward to meeting Walton county found deep satisfaction in making I This motion failed to carry and The awMitt Is sponsored by the I help given by the Democratic
Tuesday. Feb. 18: No. 28 regular business meeting and discussed residents. memorial contributions to the I Councilman Bludworth' then pro- !St.! Andrews Bay chapter of the committee In the general election.
Pleasant Valley Church 8:00: a Jm. the Valentine party The I All persons who are InterestedIn Heart Fund. In this way, they 'posed!' a motion that the $33.12be D. A. R. He and Cong. Bob Slices had Re-
.. to 10:00: a.m. for those at Pleasant coffee committees ere elected and our state government and have both served the living and refunded and a tax be collected Miss Dalton has been presenteda publican opposition and a letter
Valley and Moores. No. 22 at delegates to the Square Dance I would care- to talk with Haydon paid thoughtful tribute to the on all applicable admis. certificate of award and a pin was read from Cong. Sikes expressing -
:Knox Hill School from 10:15: to Association in Ft. Walton were Burns at this time are urged to memory of a friend associate or sions beginning March 1. In recognition of the honor, ana his appreciation.A .
12:00: noon. Red Bay 1:00: pjn. to appointed. They rere Mr. and come by the Sunnyland Grill relative. Gifts are also sent as a This was voted down and then will be a guest a.V a tea on March committee was named to arrange -
3:00: pan. and Bruce Post Office Mrs. Raymond Jacobs Mr. and Thursday afternoon February 13 good wish for a speedy recovery, Counclman Vernon Cosson moved! 25 at 2(30( pm. at the home of for the speaking engagements -
from 3:15: p.m. to 5:00: p.m. Mrs. Roy Carnman and Alter- and meet with him. for the happy occasion of birthday ,- that nn unanimous motion be Mm. P. DD. Heath in St. Andrews to be held prior to the
Wednesday February 19th: No. nates were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 2t: anniversary and other special apoted that the 1963 tax be collected along. with representatives primaries. Sec. McDonald said the
"1 Argyle 8:00-9:54: : am.-No. 3 Mason.club Reporter. days deserving thoughtful tribute from all games played last from Port St. Joe Crestview and committee will work with the
Glendale from 11-1:00: p.m. No. Board Heard Report Mr. and Mrs. Healer ask that \enr! within the city limits and Bay high schools committees In Holmes and WAsh-
19, Pleasant Grove 1:15-3:00: : p.m. Paxton FFA Wins New Ford On Junior CollegeThe memorial gifts to the Heart Fund 51 1 entries paYed In the future. I ington to set dates so there will
and No. 322 Douglass (Campbell's Tractor For 2nd Strlght Year be addressed to them or the council This motion carried unani. Kylea Laid Commission be> no conf'elm' so far as the candidate -
:Store) 3:15: to 5:00: p.m. The Paxton FFA Chapter has headquarters at 61 East Mai- mouiOy.CUy Chairman! ;To Run. ,Attain' *, for. Senator in the Third
Friday. February 21st: Liberty won a brand new Ford tractor School Board, mejJi\; reiular -, 10ry'St.N'IIIt. Pcnsaeola, FlorlrtSTGERALD Attorney' Angus Andrews DUtrtrrt' are concerned ."
School House 8-10:00: a.m, Cancy for the second straight 'year*' In :"session Tuesday,, :February_ U. --r--- tcucd the question of liability Kyl a Laird, chairman of the Candidate for-...county: offices
Creek Baptist church. 10:15: to the Mechanizing Florida Agri. The Walton tmbt-rg of thJ Advisory : 'COMMANDER Insurance covering park and Beard of County Commission' may qualify frTit Tuesday' March
12:00: noon. Lakewood. Campbell's culture Awards program sponsored Committee for the Okn" streets for the municipality, and ere, t.". us that he wlahea to 3 to noon on Tuesday' March 17.
Store 12:15-200: : p.m. and Paxton jointly by the Florida FFA loosa.Walton Junior College] 'wcte I he motion carried to ask forbids ay, In response to a numberof
School House from 2:15.4:15: : p.m. and the Florida Ford Tractor invited to meet with the school on this! type of liability In- 'Inquiries' that ho definitelywill Budget Meetingn
board and discus the progress' for roelo
Company.The surance. b a candidate
Saddle Club Gives Ford Tractor Dealers of that has! been made on the (election & \ A discussion was held on a Ion to the Commission. Walton Roads
Benefit Horse Show Florida recognize the rapid mech- of a President for the Junior garbage removal contract and a M r. Laird, representing District -_.
anization of Agriculture in Florida College and also possible sites motion carried to proceed with 5, Is serving! out his first. A budget hearng: on primaryand
The Walton county Saddle Club and the need for well trained for housing the temporary quarters preparing bids for a contract for term and telle ue he will secondary rO'df for Walton
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Invites you to come out Sunday operators of tractors and tractor establishment of the Junior garbage service.A qquallfy just aa soon as the county will be helrf nt the state
afternoon at I p.m. to their first equipment by sponsoring this College] which is to open Septem- Lfr budget for the coming year period opens.WCEA road office In Chipley"on Mon-
benefit horse show. This show is program and donating the awards. bar 1964. according to Supertnien. amounts to $$151.824 for the I day March 2.

being sponsored by the Walton The new tractor is valued at John Baldwin. I general fund was adopted by Met at West I The Walton county hearing will
county Branch of the West FlorIda over $2300. The tractor will be Emery Campbell Vice Presidentof '- -' "-* 1 the council.In I be :at 930.: and it Is urged that a
Heart Association.A usd for work in the Chapter' the bt-county advisory committee. - 4 other action at the meeting. DeFunlak School Rood: delegation from the countybe
very fast moving show of cooperative chapter projects to told the board that Dr. J. E. the Council voted to use city present at this time.
twelve events has been plannedfor stimulate better Individual Super McCracken formerly of the Pen- eqquipment to cut don some treesat The Walton county Education Plans are for a motorcade to
your enjoyment. There ,will vised Farming Programs and for sacola Junior College had accepted the DeFunlak Country Club I Association met Thursday evening leave the courthouse at 8:30: a.m.
be pleny of seats available and their training programs! in opera- the Presidency of the new and to accept the proposal offered I February 6. at West DeFunlak and It Is urged that os many as
the refreshment stand will be tion of and maintenance of farm Junior College. >y' the Gulf Power Co. for improving Elementary School for Its sgu- possible go over to be presentat
open. ,We are hoping that you equipment.The Other members of the Advisory street lighting on Bald- lar dinner meeting. About on. this meeting.
will come out and have fun with Paxton FFA Chapter re. Committee Members: John Creel, win avenue east, on Oth street 135 members of the organisation
ceived the tractor at the State Gene Barley and Woodrow and part of U. S. Highway 331 ere present. Zepp Announces
us.There will be a trophy and fair in Tamna last Saturday, Adams expressed to the board within the city limits. The band under the direction
four place ribbons given in each February 8 in FFA day ceremonies their cooperation and enthusiasm. of Fred Turner and the Madrigal ',Class A FM StationLeonard
event. High point winner will receive in front of over 5000 FFA in the establishment of the college Holmes County Candidate Walton County Singers directed by Mike De-j I Zepp. owner and
a sliver belt buckle. In the members and guests from aU over and discussed various temporary Chamber of Commerce Shong entertained the assembly manager of WZEP Radio ha.
last show in November this win- the state. Ronnie Fountain. Pax- sites wwhich had been of Gerald L. Commander, principal Community Calendar during an excellent]] dinner. John just boon granted a construction .
ner was a ten-year old Panama ton FFA Secretary, officially received fered. of Ponce de Leon High School, Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Moseley Junior College]] Panama permit for the only class AFM
City girl. Surprising things can the tractor for the chap- The school board and superintendent will bo a candidate for school City. addressed the group on Station assigned to Walton
happen at these shows so come .er. He was accompanied by Mr. expressed their thanks to superintendent of Holmes countyin Feb. 13-.Beach Garden Club 10:00: "Freedom. Man's Constant Con county and DeFunlak' Springe.Mr .
on out and see it. Have a heart, 'Happy" Roche Chapter Advisor.Mr. the committee for their diligent the May primaries. Magnolia Garden Club. 7:00.: quest." The need for strengthening Zepp said that construct ...'
support your heart fund! I Roche 1 Is a native of Vernon work in regard to the college and Commfcnder. 35, Is a native of Paxton PTA 7:00.: our heritage of freedom tlon will b* started at an early
Florida. Also helping receive the re-affirmed their full support to Holmes county. lie graduatedfrom Walton PTA 7:00.: through an Increased understanding date and the FM' Station will
Methodist M. Y. F. Sub- tractor were the following eh->i. Its establishment. Ponce de Leon High SchoolIn Great Book Discussion, 730.: and appreciation of the res- operate from 6 A.M. until 10:3OF. :
District: Meeting Is Held tar members; Dane Staggers. Hilly I In other business the board authorized 1948 where he was active 'in ..Feb. 15-Paxton Masons, 7:00.: jvonslbllitlen that accompany free M. dally.
Ward. Phillip Wheeler Mik"McNeil. _ the_purchase by bids of sports and club activities.He Shirts & Skirts Dance. dom was the theme of his re
The last meeting of the Walton I Bobby Cawthon and Ge. 1 school furniture for inc new later graduated from Troy Feb. 16-Horse Show marks. Saint' Agatha' Episcopal Church
county M. Y. F. sub-district was aid Allen. 'rooms at Freeport and Tlvoli. I State College where he receiveda Feb. 17-Freeport PTA. 7:30. During the business' session, Circle Drive
held at the Portland Methodist Mr. G. H. W. Schmidt. Prc-H:' Supt. Baldwin accompanied the Bachelor of Education degree in DeFunlak Lions. 700.: the WCEA voted to establish HP Sunday February' 23rd
church. The meeting included a of the Florida Ford Tractoi Coiv-: board for a visit to the Walton mathematics. He earned his Mas Feb. 18-DeFuntak Eastern Star annual $200.00 schcolarshlp to be 7:00 A.M.-lIoly Communion
short skit which was presentedby 1 pany, Florida Distributor of Fm d High Auditorium renovation pro- ter's degree In School Administration 7:30.: made available to a graduate from 7:30: P.M*-Evening Prayer Lit
the Portland M. Y. F. along. tractors and Irnple.ment'l.k!' < ject and also the Tlvoli project, and Supervision at Florida Gaskln PTA. 700.: one of the three high school in any, and Sermon. JL,
with the regular business and ing for the Ford tractor dealer, both of which are about 50 per- State University.He Glendale PTA 700.: the county. The scholarship will The Right Rev. Edward Hamilton
very good singing. said as he presented the tractor, cent completed, stated Baldwin. is a member of the Florida Kiwanis 12:15.: be administered by a committee West Bishop of the Diocese:
The business meeting Includedreports "It is a real privilege to be able The meeting closed after completing Education Association the Florida Jaycees, 7:00.: selected by the Association. of Florida will make his annual
of projects that were to make this award to such an other routine matters. Principals' Association, and he Feb. 10-Pilots, 12:00.: Miss Ruth Anderson WCFA visit to the church. The publicIs
eommpleted by the various outstanding PTA Chapter and to has served as vice-president Woman's Club, 3:30.: Vice-President, presided in the I cordially invited to attend this ..
churcheS. Portland received the have a part in promoting better "Engineer Of The Year" the Ponce de Leon Kiwanis Club. So. Walton Co. Lions, 7:15.: absence of President James Tayllor service. t*
banner for having the most points mechanization of Agriclture In Will Be RecognizedThe He is a member of the Northside I who was ill. 4 -
,- projects. the State of Florida. Schmidt WEST DeFUNIAK' P. T. A. ,
for their Baptist church here he is a Sun Raddletteft... Held
After the meeting there was a also stated that this award pro. "Engineer of the Year" day School teacher. Regular MeetingThe Tlvoli Benefit DanceA West De run I a k Elementary '
short time of fellowship and re- cram will be available for outstanding will be recognized at the next Commander started his teaching benefit Valentine dance will School will hold its regular P.T.A.
PTA work in of the Gulf Coast Chap. Kitchen meeting February 20 at 7:00: -4,
freshments. Chapter meeting career at Poplar Springs in Saddlettes held their regular be held at the Country pm. I
Kermit Wright. the mechanization of) farming in ter of the Florida Engineering 1952.: After teaching three months I monthly meeting February 3 Friday night. February 14. for All parents are urged to be pre
Florida. Society, to be held at 7:00: P.M. he was called to active duty in at the home of Mrs. Harold Car- the benefit of grades at the Tlvoli sent. I
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Mayo Statz Attended Paxton won this same award in the Chipola Junior College the United States Army. He : penter. As usual we discussed school.
Nation Wide Meeting last year so this makes two Cafeteria building in Marianna.The served overseas during- the Korean the good times of the past year's The dance starts at 0 p.m., with LOST FALSE' TEETH AND
straight years for Paxton to wina program will be a aeries War. horse shows and the Christmas all proceeds to go to the school. Insurance papers between court- .
Mayo State attended a meetingin new tractor. The 1083 tractor of talks by members on the In 1959 he became principalof Party. With new members we house and Piggly Wiggly parking "4 ,
Ocala Fla.. Thursday, Febru- won last year will be turned back various aspects of) engineering. Ponce de Leon High School. keep adding to our group we planto lot. If found. notify Richard .
ary 6. of all Florida representative In.Paxton will get to keep the The talks will be aimed at the He has held this position for five make this year an even better World Day of Prayer Whltehurst. Point Washington.( It (
for United Farm Agency. a new tractor for one year. At the pre-englneering students of Chlp- years. one. FOR RENTs TWO BEDROOM
nation wide real estate firm. end of the year's t'me!' the chapter ola who will be special guests. Mr. Commander said, "Having :I As most of you already know The first Friday In Lent has unfurnished house corner 9th and
Statz has represented United Farm may turn It back in. lease it The "Engineer of the Year" served as a bus driver classroom I the Walton county Saddle Club been observed for many yearsas I Chaffln. Also have apt for rent,
Agency in DeFunlak Springs since or buy It at a depreciated price award is a newly established annual teacher, coach and principal 1 I will hold the first show of the the World Day of Prayer. suitable for two. Call TW 64771.
1959. Five other chapters received a award by the Gulf Coast feel that I have acquired the year at their Harbeson Field On February 14, during the full I 2:13tchg:
Attending with President L "g- new Ford tractor in this program Chapter. The Chapter has selectedby knowledge and ability to under- Arena next Sunday afternoon 24 hours. Christians around the
ford from the company's national under the same terms-Santa Fe. secret ballot the Engineer In stand the problems and needs of Feb. 18 beginning at 1:00: pm. world will be forming a prayer Week's WeatherDate
headquarters in Kansa(City were Ft. Pierce. Jasper, LaBelle. and the Gulf Coast area who has con- the schools in holmes..county." We urge each and everyone of chain which will encircle: the Mln. Rain
Executive Vice President C. A. Kjssimmee. tributed most to the advancement you to come Join us In this after- globe. Max.. 5
Peterson and Public Relations The Paxton PTA Chapter presently of his profession in the past )'ear. NOTICE noon of entertainment. This community Is a link in February 5 61 SO .70
Director K. W. Hylton. stand mm the number one Sandwiches and hot dogs will this. chain. Join the Christian of 6 64 42 b\
chapter out of Florida' 170 chapters NOTICE The folloing merchants have I be on sale at the concession stand all faiths In our town In the 7 66 38 .33
CLEAN CARPETS WITH OUR in the chapter rating. and Office of the Farmers Home agreed to close at S:3O: pjn. on and the proceed will go to the prayer service to be held at the' ft 52 27 .42 '
with hold the Gold Emblem rating Administration In la First Presbyterian church on Friday 0 64 22 .
Carpet Shampooer FREE, D e run k Saturdays beginning this week:I I Walton county Heart Fund .
purchase of Blue Lustre Shampoo. which is, the highest National I Springs.. Fla.. will be closed all Western Auto Association: Store This is Myrtle. saying. so long Febuary 14 at 3-30: P.M. l0'.S 66 22". ._ -
Fisher Hardware Co. rating a chanter can achieve. day on Friday February 21. 1064. and W. O. Campbell Co. for now. I I 11 59 36 -.
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Uavut Lane Baptist Church
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Rev. Marvin Taylor ,.

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Freeport baptist Church> '" ,. ,' I'll never forget the first time I saw a harp. I was walking by a music store with my mother and it was .

W. L. Clark, Pastor ..- there in the window, tall and golden. I knew, then and there, that I wanted to be a harpist. c= t I .

Friendship Baptist Church -
C. Lester Weekly Pastor ; But, my heart sank, for I knew my parents could afford neither the instrument nor the lessons. I started :.

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Gaskin South Baptist Church : ,) .. _.
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Bob Glendale Hollar.Baptist Pastor Church prayer hadn't been answered. .My teacher was a wonderfulvit She j just-said!? "Your\re.?\ been going about ._ i:.

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Oak Grove Baptist I'Churcti'' .., ..' .

W. B. Six, Pastor Well in time I did become a harpist. Recently, I played my.:first con<;ert..And..as: the 'great; golden instrument ,

Rev.Pax tou M.Baptist M. Harris Church .. '. came; to life beneath my fingers I hoped that the angels, too, were smiling."r.. J

Plot Ridge Baptist Chuveh THe CHURCH FOR ALL.'ALL.- F&rfTH( CHURCH : .t -
Rev. James Kinchin: :- .. .
TIM Church!. the_tat factor larb/UH. nM it the Church., ",, They' :
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church .3- . on Fret for th*building ol chante.tor .' are: VMrUeowiiaake.-) ForhiacUldraffaake. .
Rev. Malcom M. Harris ;. ._ a : .... 1Jf.i, ... ,. and good citiaafwtiip.It k a ator*. (h) Fortheeakeof
, Cop-ighl196 i ; : kxmaa ol aplritual mluaa.Without .his eananunlty end nation. ((4) ,
Rev.Ked Bay T., R.Baptist Pa Church ". Keistcr'Advertising 1 . \ ..);,Ia .' ,i 4 .'-. atron not civflUation( Church, can neither survi,... 73wF.Atchi.r .eaWct ete lue t..w1Jtw.i. ,. n-
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T. J. Asdsaea! Psalms Proverbs l Jet" '" '. atthew ti I John I John .. .
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Clear Sprlncs Baptist Church ,
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Rev.Darlington Aubrey Baptist Todd Chureh These Religious Messag es are Being Published Each Week in the .DeFuniak;Herald Sponsored' '

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Heeae AMPaster .. ) ., ...
: Ouaa FewealPaxton

W.: A. WhltakerWeat AeseaKhhr .< OBi Veteran's' Gas Fisher' Hardware Co. Fisher's PbaraBeT Quality Store Charles M. PrescottCompany

A GOOD HARDWARE STORE PLUMBING HEATING
XndGary A.siyF ., ...
Richards -If' IT BURNS QAS-CALL US" A. B. Coven
111 LIVE OAK: AVE. Pic.17 Wiggly CONTRACTORComander Rivard Chevrolet

Cluster Springs Baptist Church King & Co. TIM* ORIGINAL' S.lf-S.rvlw'
George W. Thomaaon, Pastor FORD CAIN'S Company

Mossy Head Baptist Wastes Standard Station Funeral
Floyd Garrett, Pastor. GAS OIL Peoples Water Service.-sy Furniture Co. Home

Argyle Baptist Mission WACNINO GREASING MBRCUt OOMANDER. !_ ... The DeFuniak HeraluChoctawhatche .
Rev. Lee King Company Or'eel Ford Co.

Lake Stanley Baptist Churns GofTs Ready To OF. COASTAL FLORIDA

Rev. Harold R. Padgett Wear Store Wine'' Department Henry Koerber *
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RITZ THEATRE store DIlAUElectric Cooperative

r,. Western Auto "GET MORE OUT OF LIFE- Moore. Furniture Inc.VOU .
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Bull's Eye Meat: BallsiLiT The cqawjon,., which is home Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sawyer attended : Mrs Petty Beach her
based at: trie' Naval Air Station,, the Baltimore Symphony I spent the weekend' with her paJS..1 ama City was home visiting !at Southern Mississippi
", Jacksonville, is currently onboard Concert in Panama City on Sun. I ents, Mr. and Mrs E M Shiver parents, Mr. end Mrs Taft Rob was home visiting her parent! i
Mr and Mrs. W C.
-& ;: Saratoga for a deployment to the day. Panama City I inson. Hickman.
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r.t _- While in the! Orrfbean the iiiiiiiir ..;. .., -- u
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,tt,4. '' "0 per a t l lo'n Springboard", on
'" operational flight training exer. 3 BIG DAYS i

!.... I'''' + proficiency.else designed to increase flying

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-- J' F -- Airman First Class Frankie J. Thursday, Fric'J & Saturday
iH'W: Farris of DeFuniak Springs, has 1! I
-- arrived at McConnell AFB, Kans, Terrific Savings On First
for duty following a tour of ,erevice I
in Turkey.Alrman'Farris.
[d: an air' policemanhas I Quality Merchandise !
: been assigned to the Tacti-
.: ''J! !; cal Air Command's 388th Air I II
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Police Squadron.The 1 I :
W airman is the eon of Mr I
iii." __ __. _aW.I. and Mrs. Obie FarrIs of Rt. 2, II $ I
The ever-popular hamburger made its debut at the St. Loula and is a graduate of Walton high
Fair of 1903-04, but it has traveled a long,and juicy road since school. I
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that time. Today, hungry you and I consume more hamburger i I
than any other one type of meat. Woman
The spiciness of Tabasco liquid red pepper seasoning sparks Marine Private First I;
both the individual meat loaves and their warm blanket of sauce Class Mary J. Dorriety, daughter I I
Hull's Eye Meat Balls score high in protein and nourishment, of Mr and Mrs. Dewey F. Dor-
and make an easy mark on the family food budget. This hovevariation riety of Route 1, is serving with ,
on the hamburger theme combines good ground chuck the Woman Marine detachmentat
with a hidden surprise of hard-cooked egg. The beef is blended the Marine Corps Air Station, I
with i bread crumbs, eggs, milk, salt and thyme and the mixtureis Cherry Point, N. C. I I
then shaped around the eggs and baked. Canned:: tomato sauce I
is poured over the meat balls for the last 10 minutes'cooking time. The air station is the home .
Bull's Eye Meat Balls base for the Second Marine Aircraft I I :

2 eggs % teaspoon Tabasco divided Wing, which is the aerial WOMEN'S STRETGHKNEE
Vt cup dry bread crumbs % teaspoon thyme supporting element of the Second ;
*,!i cup milk IVs pounds ground chuck Marine Division. I V :"
V'7
i teaspoon salt 6 hard-cooked: eggs I I .. TICKLERSREG. I I
1 can ((8 ounce) tomato sauce A-3C CARY RICHARDS FIRST QUALITY 1
Beat eggs in mixing bowl. Stir in bread crumbs, milk, salt, % Airman Third Class Cary S. I '
teaspoon of the Tabasco and thyme. Add meat and mix well. Richards of DeFuniak Springs, has ; .. 2.99
Divide mixture into 6 portions. Form meat around hardcookedeggs : IrE-;- : ml i ess v*
to completely.I Place meat balls in shallow l baking completed the technical training Sanfor edwJsh'nwe-,1 i
dish Jobkeef moderate; oven (375'F.( ) 30 minutes. Combine course for United Statees Air
; 'N stretch denim.I Permanent
tomato sauce and remaining teaspoon Tabasco. Pour over meatballs Force communications center spe- N .' f.n'l Hose iy $2
and bake 10 minutes longer. cialists at Sheppard AFB, Texas. 1: ,,,, $ sewn crease. Sand, black r-'d
YIELD::6 servings. Airman: Richards, who is remaining Firm Ttmb'At'T.I.-Low privet ; ,,2 and madras b'ae': Sizes 8 f to 13.1 i t
at Sheppard for further: '

Men In Service I bayonet The training training, included physical ,conditioning drill., training structure munications, s and tudied procedures the military operation, message'com-of 3: Prs. $1 .:_ I.. Woman's Dresses :':

parades and
.'-sc BOBBY ADKISON other ceremoniesand teletypewriter equipment used in I ; ENTIRE' STOCK, REG. 3.99 ,
military
Airman Third Class Bobby K. subjects. Three 'he world-wide Air Force com- Mheo> mlrro-mo.h .*raoks.Loli.r.ha. lioia ;a 1' 4 '
weeks were spent on the rifle i 1.! beavtlfnl ew / t'' 1Ii A lar"e'varlety> of
AdlOson! of DeFuniak Springs, isbent nunications system. lWr M
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SUM 8V4 to II. Hufrr
; reassigned to BlythevilleAFB range firing the M-14 rifle and He recently completed the Mar- aperl.l ; r new styles in a I B tot 5Tr
Ark., following his graduation other Infantry weapons. **ary Richards of 1211 Van Buren 1 >t complete t size Jf i
fiom the technical training ., DeFuniak and < I I've. rfa
Springs _s.rraduate !
ENOCH V THARPE ,, 1 range.!)
for United States Air Force .
course of Walton high schorl. T :
supply specialists at Amarilla Enoch V. Tharpe, son of Mr. *r15' wife is the former Rubv J. ,I I"lory .i i
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nail, Texas.Airman and Mrs. A. L. Tharpe of Rt. 3, daughter of Mrs. Marie MEN'S' LONG SLEEVE :if't J
Adklron was trained in DeFuniak Springs, is scheduled to "lary of Crestview, Fla. .
SPORT SHIRTS I -
the I'se of supply publIcations and complete basic training: January, ., :'
me hanl-ed accounting procedure.ltg 31, at the Naval Training Center, "-FC WILLIAM JOHNSON | TV N w. Finti Quality !
''d *n Air Force supply; activitIes. San Diego, Calif. Marine Private' First Clasi. Wniamm REG.
The. n''rnan is the son of Lee The nine-week training includes T. PJohnson, son of M". ,I 2 $5 :\. COTTO
rid Adkleon of Rt. 3. A graduate naval orientation, history and .nd Mrs. T. O. Johnson of Free j 2.99 For "0 '
of Walton high school, he organization, seamanship, ord- ,",ort. Is a member of the First I -'t.J '
entered service in September 1063AUPnFY nance and gunnery, militatry drill, i
Guard Platoon, Marine Barracks!, P R'III $
first aid and survival Rota, Spain. | Handsome wash n' wear woven plaids, M ,
F MTTf ITEM: He recently emopleted the MarIne fancy patterns and solids. ; ,
A"bry E. Mltchem' son of Mr. Jesse W Stanley, airman, TJSN Corps Institute course on Individual and Ivy styling. Sizes S, M, L Regular'd s. S 4t ; { :
and Mrs. Curtis Mitchem of Rt. son of Mrs. D. D Thompson of Protective Measures.
1 1. DeFuniak Snrln, Is scheduled Santa Rosa Bench: is serving with Before enterlnng the service f ii ?j VALUE M ':,
to crmnlete recruit training Feb. Attack Squadron 35 aboard the August 196t, John attended Wa! BOYS' LONG SLEEVE ? ,
1 at the Marine Crops Recruit' attack aircraft carrier USS Sara- ton high school, DFuniak Springs.!!
Depot, San Diego, Calif. toga. I SPORT SHIRTS

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des Regular and Ivy styling. Sizes UnbEcnoliei! Muslin f


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Television Payments $15.80 per month :"aIril.T.a::! ; Large. selection l of(i;". y. Soft fully f eat t he :'. jflj :

Automobile Payment $66.00 per month art pAxTa.a.te. styles sports'vfi: ;flat s..A"C,..'.\ "\filled pillows full size. V; ,

plete:size : Durcble: striped coverIng. .
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Total Payments - $106.80 per monthIT II I I SET 580 Children'$' '" \ Shoeh ;' lirt see a Diapers



IS POSSIBLE TO CONSOLIDATE ALL OF THESEI I .,8..a*.*9aodid::'' on : H woarla twillwork o 'VALUES,TO 4.99 $, 2'R. 2"rPR$1 ;, 1.99 REG.DOZ. mm DOZ. $ 9 :

BILLS AND STILL HAVE THAT MUCH NEEDED t .! sets.BNM 14V4 t* IT| "
rui st to Super soft absorbent cotton.
HOME IMPROVEMENT AND REDUCE YOUR Dress and sport shoes la boys',
. Hemmed slzs 27x27n.;
Mens UnderwearCOTTON d and girts' st lea. .
PAYMENT! ,: SPEC"U; Grbiae: '
I ISUPPOSE SHIRTS ..Iee.... . ..7 a Derr pair Bath I 1 Towels I

You wish to add another room build''a' gantffe, paint 'or' r 3 tot 220 v :h il.-::::: .Feet.trees at.rd 2 59c $4
make some other home improvement costing say, $2000.00. KEO. for 2.45 'pair. far .ar J FOR
I ATHLETIC SHIRTS "l'." VALUE.{ I

You have other bills, amounting to. perhaps $1500.00 and 140 M. Sh : : Long wearing douMe thread towels
BUT have monthly payments of about $100.00 . so. in order REO. S for 1.W 3 for eui...S oes In colorful plaid ratterns. 20i4Pln.D .

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need $3500.00.Fisher's : Is i Vowels I
Re& S for I.OS 3 for | !!I..... .re.. .,..d..a
i 8IsM S.M.I.XL .w.rk... .._... I:a ....1.... $1
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SO can make you a loan to cover everything with BROADCLOTH SNORTS If 6)
monthly payments of only . $62.08.
3 150Stea Super absorbent! ! fine quality cot
KEG for for
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You have benefit ted in three important ways: 28 to H . . ton. Sanitary I Hi..t tfess.' A real Dollar
1. All of old debts have been ' '
your paid. ." Day.Value! ISx.)In.
2. Your new Home Improvements have been made.

3. Your total monthly payments have been cut from ENTIRE STdCK REG. 2.99 WOMEN'S
r $100.00 to $62.08! PARTIES

-GIRlS4'SWEATERJ $

CALL US OR COME IN AND LET US TELL 2 REG. 39c
GIRLS SPORTS- :,:i
YdU MORE ABOUT THIS PLANWhen EA.; Rite qualify B-gai.: :,neat t; t. .
$1
WEAR' elastic leg Hollywood brie? slye.: MlAilJi: FOR

White and colors Sites 5, 6, 7.

Men's SprillgSlaeka Boys' Sport Socks Women's
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GAIENTO l E Gentle Mario Brute .,'r \ao 30 D lf-l;: DUI(J ObO--n.u0b doL l)u0'o. ,dAa.ddb() o00 o-ffioc dOb, 60,!-oo a-n u0b

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THE DeFUNIAK HERALD instead of n misdemeanant MARY SUB MeCORMICK for the past three ;years.
All headlights other than white are pro- Locally Mrs. Gibbs is survived
Mary Su McCormick, age 14, by a sister Mrs.. Robert Davisof
hibited. White headlights
must be used I
Combined with THE BREEZE _
ti passed: away Saturday from injuries Santa Rosa Beach; two daughters
DeFuniak Springs Florida with yellow fog, Unfits;:: sustained In an automobile In Philadelphia and a rmm

Published Every Thursday at Swinging off the, pavement, on the rish accident in Cocoa, Fia. Mary Sue bar of brothers and sister i In na'y i
WAS a native: of Pennsylvania.
Darlington, and
UeFunlak Spring Ilorida hand side of the highway!to. be-
pass a car had been a resident of Cocoa: for Mfrs. GIbbs was returned to
Completely; Covers Waltoa County Trading Area ginning to make a left turn is prohibited. the 7 months. Philadelphia Wednesday morning From Alabama to the Gull of Mexico Parking lights must be turned on when Survivors Include her parents, for services and burial Clary :
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Mr. and Mrs. James William Mc- Funeral Home was in charge ot r4
Second-Class Postage Paid parked on the roadside outside- of city lim Cormick of Cocoa; three brothers, local arrangements.

H. C. STORRS, Publisher 1t t-l8G3 its. Walter Clayton James Edward 7? C"mmll1t6

HOWARD STORES. Editor Publisher No person shall ride on fenders hood or Cocoa and WUlard; 'three McCormick.sisters, Mrs.all Edna of

' SUBSCRIPTION: top of, car on the public highways. Ruth Parham of Miami Johnnie Eaton Real Estate &
Walton and Adjoining Countlel3.00 Pet Yea These are not all of the new. laws by any I Mae, and'Sandra Jean McCormick

other -- -----------_$3.50. Per Year means, but are some of them that we all and both Mrs.of Cocoa James; grandparent Walter Mr. Insurance! Agency

ru i rt.fi ft ftf\-'_' '- j'uXJL-n__ll_-i __- _lJJ - should be familiar 'with. mick, and Mr. and Mrs. Columbus McCor- If you are considerating building a new
Bible Verse ---oOo O Smith all of Darlington. AUTOMOBILE\ FIRE home I suggest you contact Tom Lassitter at
Funeral services INSURANCEBONDS t FISHER HARDWARE CO. They offer a
were conducted
Thus saith the Lord of hosts; The broad Heart Fund Not "Just Another Drive"It Wednesday afternoon at 2:00: completo planning service and will even

walls of Babylon shall be utterly broken, is important to realize that the Heart from the Darlington i Baptist We STROUT arrange for a home loan. You can add a
represent
and her high gates shall be burned with Fund drive, now being conducted in Walton church with) the Rev. R. W. Mc- REALTYIn room, hereof, all a carport or maybe a bath
Daniel officiating. Burial will ben Convenient terms with up to seven years toP
fire; and her people shall labor In vain, county and throughout the nation, is something the Limestone Cemetery. Clary Real Estate since 1900 .

and the folk in the fire, and they shall be more than "just another drive." Funeral Home was in charge of New Location It;

Mveary.-Jer. 52:58: The Heart Fund drive is important in thatit arrangements.MRS. ,Lake Stanley Chevrolet is again enjoying the praise of

oOo is a combined appeal supporting the nationwide MARGARET 8. GIBBS TW 6-4441 the, American Public for their beautiful
Gems of Though Forgiveness fight against a great complex of I array of automobiles for 1964. Drop by
Mrs. Margaret S. DeFuniak Springs, Fla. RIVARD CHEVROLET CO. and see the '
Cibbs 70,
There age
is no joy and no which diseases and disorders-heart attack, stroke, ,
peace can passed away Tuesday morning ina Five different' Chevrolets being off ere:J. .
compare with the joy and peace of him high blood pressure and hardening of the Fort Walton Beach hospital. Hank Douglass* 'Harry Seymour, John Is'eel I, .
who is understood and forgiven.If arteries, rheumatic fever and inborn heart Mrs. Cibbs was a native of Phil- Ron Pickett James Padgett Dill Rivard or
adelphia. Penna., and had been Floyd Garrett will be happy to serve you. s
e defects. Diseases of the heart and circulation -
a resident of Santa
Rosa Beach We Would Like
you have been badly wronged, forgive are responsible for nearly one million I ...
To Be Your .7 When y"u Select a hank to call "YourIi
and forget.If deaths in the United States each year, more Bank" you should ask yourself, _"do they
e than the combined total from cancer, accidents INSURANCEAGENT have my personal interest:; at heart." The
the WARRENINSURANCE answer to this question is yes at the FIRST
injured one could read your heart. tuberculosis diabetes pneumonia K :
1' NATIONAL BANK. They are large enough
you may be sure he would understand and and all the other diseases and causes of r to serve you and also small enough to know

pardon. death. As a matter of fact, these cardio- Here are our qualifications 11 i each and everyone of their customers. Whatever -

e cular diseases account for more than 54 per AGENCY. ., Experience? Since 1935 .t your banking needs give them a try.

'1 hey never pardon who commit the cent of all deaths. The heart problem; no *' t
Flotidbt; Dependable We're ATTENTION MOTHERS: Feeding baby
DeFuniak Springs, avail-
wrong. distant abstraction, and while it national ,, able on a 24 hour basis, 7 is not always the easiest job in the world,
in scope, !it exists as a painful realty right *, days a week. but the problem can be eased if you feed ; :
'lie that And all too often him the kind of baby food he like-. You
cannot forgive others breaks here in Walton county.
Prompt Claim Service Our "
RBPKBSBNTfNG> CAPITAL will find a complete selection of all types &1:
the bridge over which he himself must those who are stricken, are breadwinner, specialty since the day our of baby foods at CASEY'S IGA DISCOUNT
pass if he would ever reach heaven. right in the prime of life men in the 40 STOCK,COMPANIES "business.agency opened its doors for FOODLINER They also carry a KOI,d supvon ;;

oOo to 65 year age bracket.A Automobile e Fire ply of other needs for the infants. :

Thus piteously Love closed what he begat: very practical way to fight heart diseases e, Windstorm Theft searched Reasonable the Rates country We've for

The union of this ever-diverse pair! is by supporting the Heart Fund drive e Marine companies offering the NOTE TO TilE MEN: Valentine comes
These two were rapid falcons in a snare, now in progress in the county, by contribu- CompensationSurety most for your money. February 14th. Now is the time to think
Condemned to do the service Heart Fund dol} Bonds e Liability about buying something for your wife or
flitting of the bat. ting volunteer or ; sweetheart. SERVICE DRUG CO. has '
Lovers beneath the singing sky of May, lars. ,New Warren Insurance We would like to be your 2 complete line of Pan burn and Nunnally's a
They wandered -oOo Agent! Candies in beautiful Valentine wrappings
once; clear as the dew on Building across trades
flowers t Stop by and have them put up a box for you.
: A Unique Term of Circuit Court from Service Drug Ceo Harris Insurance
But they fed not on the adancing hours: The January term of Circuit Court in this

The'r hearts held cravings for the buried county, with Judge Thos. D. Beasley presid- AgencyTW If you are having Electrical Trouble of
day. ing was unique in that it'had a lady serving 6-Z451 any on your car then I suggest you have k
Phone TW 4-8831 your system checked. If a new battery is '
Then each applied to each that fatal knife, on a grand jury, but there were other no- needed then I suggest you visit WKSTLRN;
Deep questioning, which probes to endless table circumstances. Ladies also served on O.FUNIAK .....INO.. FLORIDA DeFuniak Springs, Fla. AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE and see Howard '
dole. trying criminal and civil cases. La- Griffith, their courteous manager. lie
juries will recommend just the right Wizard at- ,
Ah, what a dusty answer gets the soul dies serving were Mrs. Blanche Johnson 'on I tery for your needs.

When hot for certainties in this our lifel!- the grand jury, Mrs. Betty:Jean-Brannon on
In trag'c hInts here hearing civil suit and
see what six-member jury a
evermore,
-# a I Winter is the season" and this( is the time -
I,:We' :: , ak as yonder midnight ocean's Mrs. Margaret E. Walden, who served on of year that permanent flowers look' MJ

force.Thundering, a 12-member jury hearing; a capital offense beautiful. Elizabeth and Ruth Rahardl at
McLHAN; FLORIST:: otter for jour selection
like ramping hosts of warrior trial for first degree murder. II a complete display of permanent flowers that

horse, The term did not end after two weeks as they will be glad to arrange for you. If you
To throw that faint thin line upon the shore! has always been the case heretofore, the like they have a choice of flower containers
to fit room.
George Meredith best we can learn' but was held over for every

oOo two days of the third week.

Sort of a ResponsibilityWhat For the first time, too, as far as we can Movie Star Lingerie offers the loo 7":; '

we try to remember (and usually learn., a criminal case was transferred here p the world's most glamorous women I '-
svelte true-to-form look that could he ._. t :
do :; .
) when we are concerned with gettingout from Escambia county in order to assure the Just slip into the Movie Star "100" and s 01":, 1

the weekly edition of the HeraldBreezeis defendant a fair trail. Andrew Busbee, a gov- For that. . Note its slimming gussett sides, sleek i :J;. "
that these columns constitute the history ernment employee and restaurant owner of shapely bra-like top, lithe action-T' !j; ""."ll
& yoke. The place to see them is CARl"''. .. '>"
of this part of the world ,, .
-DeFuniak Springs Pensacola, charged l with manslaughter, had

\ and Walton county, and that it is our re- the case was continued on the state's re- Special Girlin

' sponsibility to see to it that the record is the cse was continued on the state's re- call WEST FLORIDA GAS

abosluleyl fair and accurate and above all quest when two of the prosecution witnesses 'd' COMPANY at TW 6-2271 you can be sure
Your Life + that courteous route salesman service
true. --- F AS YC a or !
were shown not to be present. man will be knocking on your door soon. I
Someone, and we have forgotten now They have two way radio controlled trucks
who, said the long ago that truth to a Sen. Russell B. Long, Democrat of Louisiana A wide variety of the latest styles in engagement and to dispatch a driver immediately to your
door. Give then a call next time you need
newspaper is as virtue to a woman. (We has..suggested that the next appoint- wedding rings. See our selection before you buy. bs ae. gas or service.

started to write ". . what virtue U., to a ment to the Supreme Court of the United

woman' and then remembering' the old, States in all fairness ought to come from the RHODES JEWELERS9th

ratio formula in our arithmetic or some South,.The Senator blistered the member- The thought occurs to me that when' a '

r othr form of mathmatJcs book we then ship of,the.present Court by saying: "Thereis St. DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Tire they Recapping guarantee Company every job will they make turn the out offer that - '> -

changed it to "as" and, then;,thinking about. not. a, member of the present Supreme they.must be pretty confident that they have
the equations honest done;a>good job on their recapping. This is
we wondered what would, be Court, whois really an intellectually . !
the answer to one "2 is.to. 4', as 4 is to- man. I think, that on racial issues Martin the-offer. extended by WHEAT TIRE SERVICB. ;
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what\Vould it be &, or. would it be Ifi,?' Luther King can write his own ticket as to

i \\e don't know. If the 4 was obtained by what the High Court opinion will be. Aa for
doubling the 2, then National Association for the Advance- t 't When you are sick you quite naturally
the
answer would be 8, but TAX ASSESSOR'SNOTICE seek a doctor to help you get well and when
if it WitS obtained by squaring 2, then it ment of Colored People, it runs any pros 1 your television, radio, or stereo is sick you
would be 16 after squaring the 4. We still pective Court appointees through the mill I want the best doctor in town to repair it.
$ That could' be -
only nAI.
don't O\V ELECTRONICS -
know.
and practically wrings from them undying
l INC. They are qualified to repair any
Anyway, after this digression, we go to devotion to the 'NAACP; cause before any make set and offer picks p and delivery ser-

the point we were making that in the years appointments are made..The result has been vice.

s 1 to come, a good part of the recorded history such a one-sided, misguided croup" of .Justices The law requires that you make a

f of Walton county will be found in the old that an association of State Supreme full return of all property owned by I am sure you will find l MOM AND DAD'S
RESTAURANT
copies of this Court all the States home of pleasant eating a
representing
newspaper.It justices
as'of January 1 1963 to'the truly refreshing- place .
you Tax : to dine. They- feature; '"
is a sobering thought, and it is with passed a resolution severely condemning the Epitome in Cuisine that !is :
Assessor at full cash value and only fauna _,
this in mind that we, an dall other news- U. S. Supreme Court." any ''Fha truly outstanding dining estal:1ishmpnt: '

y paper editors that we know about, try their -oOo other exemptions you may be entitled'to. you visit extend them.the hand of welcome when- fl\: !j ;','"

dead level best to give he news just as it lie Careful on the Highways .

actually happened, not colored In any degreefor With the heavy-traffic season of the year Make your returns from January
any far ahead in ahead-that time or
purpose. not too our
1, 1964, through March 31, 1964. l\IILLER'S SHOES now i'l!' able to an-
oOo of the
the when good population
year a port I nounce the shoe store will' he open for buslnes.'I .
A Pr"diwn on New Traffic Laws of Alabama is using our highwys to get to The law requires that for home- II t on Saturday February* 15, Win a completely -

PeTe are the new traffic laws passed at the unbelievably beautiful Gulf beaches, we stead exemption deed has been new and fresh !''Ita b. The building
your or con- reduce
the last session f and we feel we will)) be able
of the Florida legislative need to think about the 43,400 people who I serve
tract for title must be on record at fio yoU even better than before the
which became effective the first of this were killed !in traffic accidents last year \ reo
the time of claiming exemptions.
year. They are designed as safety measures. an all-time high.

and it won't hurt any of us to became familiar This Is an unprecedented death rate of 1 HUBERT ADKINSONTax Breakfast Is considered by some doctors .
with them: 110 the There i as the most important meal of the
every day during year. were it is here day, for
You must dim your headlights when overtaking more than one and a half million injured Assessor important you that! embark you eat on a another sufficient day. It is t

as well as meeting another car. badly enough that they were disabled beyondthe Walton County Florida of High Protein foods such as HnNKO urn-Hint rI.
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Leaving the scene of an accident !in whicha day of the accident. I GRADE A Farm Fresh Eggs available at
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: Jill Kan Mug Ethelda Lane Gebhardtdied Beach, CnCimyWh4lre.rethersSidney : ;
THE BUSIER unexpectedly Thursday morning ': Williams ,,'-and.._>Sttnly I specialize in 2, 3 and 4 in. wells.
I on busy days is as for YOU January 16. 1964 at the Williams: pfMCAdiqc: 4Jlte.ttiv'wtS? : .otart equipment. Call 539-2048.
easy me now ARE home of her sister, !Mrs. Olive Wiliama ollfgtrttilifort;;.tJNi'." .X.or.. .",:'. '.' Vernon, Florida
Ii as dropping a letter in the cor- Vlnson in the Daylight community en L Wil1 -'6f.' {. I J.tt. ,\,;.. \.....
ner mailbox. Matter of fact i in Tennessee. She was 90 C. F. Wi11Mt.\.. .' ..6J4tA..ti)
..2w 'A; that's just how 1 do iU'! : .-: years old.Funeral. Serveral ;bJecee and flepGrlrbt. '. ;'

t at 2 p.m.services Saturday were at conduced Liberty- survive. '..' First National

A Cumberland Presbyterian church.
i with Rev Kenneth Elliot, pastor Dr. J. L. Anderson Insurance Agency
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announces the opening of his
L Watson officiating. Burial was in office for the Practice of Op-
!; Liberty Cemetery. tometry in all its phases. Eyes FOR
/ Born Dec 10, 1873 in Pearce examined glasses and contact
S. D., she was the daughter of
THE MORE OUR BANK the late Sidney Sherwood Wll. I lenses prescribed.Office ,rt-toun: BONDS AUTOMOBILE. FIREMARINE
CAN HELP! YOU! llama and Olive Williams. She j Monday through Saturday
A. CASUALTY
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For example here you'll find 8:00: A.M. to 3:00: P.M.
: She was a member of the Cum- Closed all day Thursday
AAA CHECKING ACCOUNT service to Dave berland Presbyterian church Crestview, Florida INSURANCE
you bookkeeping and billpayingtime She made her home In DeFun- 502 North Main St. First National Bank
effort ; SAFE DEPOSIT boxes iak Springs until Mr. Gebhardt's Phone M U 2.4014
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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13;'1901
73-PUBLISHED. EVCttf( -THURSDAY-. THIS_DeFUNIAK-HERALD-BREEZE_ -
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WILLIAM THOMAS"'MORRIS from-.iDs. &;tnt Methodist
\ :; 'IfV} ;::church with the Rev! Sam Shirah
\ I ;.xI = Mr. William Thomas Morris, )(flclatln<<. DurfAt. followed in the I
age 82 opsscd away Saturday Magnolia Cemetery:, Clary Fun- TAX ASSESSOR'S.NOTICE
;+ ;rk's morning iv "' i 'G" residence on fire'r've! !Mr' arr Cements. ,
: 1- Morris was a native of Freeport" ._ .- --
and had been a life long residentof Mrs I, F. Seisler," i t. vacationingn <
Walton county Orlando with relative and
Mr\ Morris Is survived by his "rl<-mb this Mveek .
widow Mrs Cornelia Jern'Raii! Mr. and Mr*. AKa Chandler ofMonttromrnfc .
1 Morris of DeFuniak Springs vie: : ; spent the weekendhere -
daughter Mrs. Shelby! Smith. Jr., '! ,..'U> his parents. Mr and
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;.. of Coral Gables one son' Henry J. Mr A. I Chandler
IL I 'Morris: of Gravton Beach twe Mr. Dan* Warren spent 5ev..rald3Y' I will be at the following* place on the dates given for the purposeof

\ brothers Charles If Morris of lat week In Tampa receiving: tax returns for the year of 1964. (On all property.)
/ DeFuniak Springs and Dell Mor- Mrs Marie Douglas Miss Flora
L ris of Laurel, Miss Six grandchildren Douglass McLean. Miss Hazel
E :a I and four great grandchildren -- Campbell and Mrs I. V. Mooreof (PrecinctNo.
Florala. spent the weekend" InSt. Name Place Day Date Hours
Funeral services were conducted Augustine.Mrs. 7 Argyle Mehlhorne's Store Tues., 1,vb. 18 9:00-!9:45 AJVI!
i Monday morning at 10:00 Clarence Dudley is spending 32 Douglass Cross Roads Campbell's; Store Tues., Feb. 18 10:00-12.00: A.M.>>
( this week in Orlando Jilting 1 Pleasant Valley Church Tues., 1eb.1$ 12:15-12:30 P.A1.
u' 1 friends 28 Moore's\ School House Tues Feb. 18 12:45-1:00 P.M,
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r. 13 Bruce Postoffice Wed., Feb. 19 9:00-10:30 A.M!
12 Red Bay Postofflce Wed., Feb. 19 11:00-12:30 P.M,
were
t Adrian Alford radioman second Nursery Yokohama American Japan 22 Valley View School House Wed., Feb. 19 12:451:45.M.,.
and Mrs. a typical HALF-
of Mr. given
class USN son complete with 2 Eucheeanna School House Wed., Feb' 19 2:00-2:30 P.M.,
Alford this Christmas party
Johnnie R. of place; tUR.
was one of 39 Navy personnelfrom Santa Claus individual stockingsand : 0 19 Sandy Creek Pleasant Grove Church. Fri., "eb.. 21 9:00-9:15 A.M.
Naval Communication Station toys. SIZESto 3 Glendale Baptist Church' Fri., Feb. 21 10:00-11:00: A.M.,
Yokosuka Japan who hosted In addition to individual gifts II 9 Gaskin; School House Fri., Feb. 21 11:15-12:15 P.M,
2300 Japanese underprivilegedchildren for the children large toys were K 26 Limestone Church Fri., Feb. 21 12:30-1:00 P.M"eb. .
at a Christmas party in presented to the nursery along .J Darlington Fuller's' Store Fri., 21 :15-2:15 P.M,
Yokosuka. with $80.00 to be used for fuel
the nursery. 11 Freeport Post office Tues.. Feb. 23;) 9:00: A.M.-2iOO\ P.M
by
Children from Nakamura Day and food expenses make
I ly: M.'O.: "Buddy" Warren 10 Portland Brown's Store' Tues.. Feb. 25 2:15-,1:15: P.M.

t you 16 l\fossyhead Sweeney's Store Wed., J'"eh.26' 9:00-10:00: A.M.,
Nilf, you were to draw a 6 New Harmony Baptist Church Wed., Feb. 26 10:15: -10:15 A.M, '
WE BUY look 'circle(from the top of your 25 Children's Home Church Wed, Feb.2 E 11:00-11:30: A.M.
eyes'tothe corners of your 30 Flowers' Quarters Old School House Wed., Feb. 26<< 1:00-3:00: PJV1,

SOFT HARDWOOD AND OAK twice mouth and then across the 15 Point Washington Post Office Fri., Feb 2U: 9:00-10:00: : A.M.,
bottom of your face you Inlet Beach Holloway's Store Fri., Feb.28 10:00-11:00 A.M.
PINE PULPWOODContact as would have what is very 18 Santa Rosa Beach Postoffice Fri., Feb. 28 12:00: -2:00: P.M,
likely the most dangerous _
lovely area of the entire human body 31 Lakewood Campbell's Store Tues., l\Jar.I: 9:00-11:00 A.M.
fW infection. In this parti- 5 Paxton Mathis Store Tues.. Mar. 3 11:15: -12:15 P.M.,
Hurtis Vaughan t i? cular area infection: may 27 Clear Springs Church Tues., Mar. 3 12:30-1:30 P.M

spread two ways--down into 17 Liberty Jones' Store Wed. Mar. 4 9:00-10:00 A.M.
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Phone TE 6-2"17 or the glands of the throat or in
21 Caney Creek Church Wed., Mar. 4 10:15-11:15 A.M.
toward the brain. For this
at home at Red Bay GOFF'SReadyToWear reason it is unwise to fool 8 Alaqua Steel Church Wed., Mar 4 1:00-2:00: P.M.
t 24 Pleasant Ridge Church WedM Mar 2:15-3:00: PM.
--- or writ ----- with blackheads moles pim-
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plels or any other skin disturbance 20 Miramar Bishop's Pure Oil Sta. Fri., Mar 6 9:30-11:30: A.M.
r LAIRD TIMBER COMPANYP. in this area. 33 Choctaw Venters Mem. Church Sat., Mar. 7 9:00-12:00 A.M.
It is not unwise however
(Open Thursday P.M.)
to have your prescriptionswhere
O. Box 1908 quickness and quality Precinct numbers 14, 20 & 23 please come to the office of the Tax
N. 9th St.
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out that prescriptions are a
spec'ally' not a sideline at law requires that make full return all
Service Drug Company.This you a on property

owned by you as of January 1, 1964 to the Tax Assessor at full i

Wash your week's brushes Household and combsIn hint: cash value and claim homestead exemption and any other exemp-

'. a slnkful of warm water tions you may be entitled to. Make your returns from January 1
with tablespoons of
bakin a !soda couple added The soda 1964 through March 31, 1964. Forthose that are unable to apply in

will cut the oils and grease. person, please drop me a card and request an applicattion be mail-

under him ed to you.
February 22 ---

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compete with black eyes.;,purple 2nd They were enroine home con Otis Earl of Fort Walton I r ;
County Agent's Notes hulls and crowders have" been aftr spending the weekend with ," Beach \ I sited rjer parents the fa Our 7meW +-
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developed) by Florida Agriculture his mother in Crpstview ; Sunday -
I'xpoi iment Station. The seed for Welcome to Mr and Mrs. Ht.'nr"I I They wffeehroute home
Oscar Harrison 'he new peas will be availablethis Wesley who have moved the! ,' from Montfcelli> where they had r --
fall. trailer home back cat. the lot next i spent, the \\eektnd with ho Rev. -
One pea variety is designed for to his sister' Mrs Kvie Snlt!m:in find Mrs. Rayivond. Gainey and L/7 OGRAPH/C -- snap or whole pod use: while the and will make their future home i, family ON FLATMEIAL SvfETe; f1AvC.5
other is a new cream type and Mr Frlwnrd Harris of Birmingham PoSSdBf t.: 4N,; At[ ."cxGA> PUrld Agricultural Extension, S.....Ice will compete with English peas here.Mr.. and Mis. Charles Mathews was the (Overnight guest of '. .... ,. ME/AL CO 7.4NER9, H. N S Fp
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find lima beans. visited here briefly Sunday February her parents Mi!. and Mrs. Steve .;; l PrE55E5 fOW? 7fE l7E W/TN
> -,-' In looks, texture and taste, the 2 enroute from Oldsmar to 1 1'I 1 I I Barrett of Seagrove Beach r 004'TA/NERy frAwLESd irl7 3'V
Waltwn County' Board of Commli.l.n_", Cooperating new snap pea will be very acceptable their home in Houston, Texas! I i Thursday Mrs\ Barrett accomI 1 AFTI ARLrSNAiFD l' ,
at the market place. While in Oldsmar they visited her |I panted her back to Birmingham 1 /NTTNG r\_
The new snap pea variety is 'I brother and sister in law, Mr. for n visit of a few weeks.
BEEF PRODUCTION UP lation increasing by at least 200- long, nearly straight, smooth, and Mrs.\ Floyd Wnldrop who ore'' Thr Mnrnolia; Garden Club will
000 annually, this means that an blemish-free and "can be offeredfor well known here. i hold its regular monthly meeting r Y.ti. .
Florida's booming beet industrynow additional 31,000 fat steers will sale in bundles like asparagus Our community was saddenedby Thursdnv night February 13, 7 ,
has a population of some I' be needed each year Just to meet the news of the death of Mr. p,m. in the home of Mrs. Chris //p s
one-and-a-half jmlllion head. the demands of our new citizens. tips.We are hopeful for the successof Quince Casey, who had made his Beck. with Mrs\ Albert Butler ar
This is an increase from 355,000in NEW SOYBEAN WILL SOON the cream-type pea. home here many, mnny years BRO. | co-hostess' Mr\ Byron Danzy of -
1929. Beef production has increased BE AVAILABLEA This' new variety has larger Those from here attending the i Panama' City will be the guest MUPtr J1'IAN600' '"'" .,,
from only 42 million to shelled )peas:: than most standard funeral in Freeport Sunday afternoon I I speaker" and all the members are! filZf ::;NAFr3lrYt. '
342 million pounds, while the Income limited amount of seed of anew creams, matures early, ,and has a were Mr. and Mrs J. C.I I urged to attend. : cr"'cANS, z .:
from the sale of cattle and soybean for the Sotheastern loose mittlng and easily opened Cuchins Mrs. Dell Inflnger, Mrs. I Mr. ond Mrs Freddie Bert McDonald ARBCI/RRENTLY 4 .ate"
calves has soared from $3 b9 million states will be available to farmers pod. Its pods are also high borne Lizzie Infinger and and daughter of Panama F'R'O&VC PJIOtAGE/TEMJ t:' TO t./K TIN PLATE /5AOAilAtKf
to 67 million.In this L granddaugh-j I City, spent Saturday with the J lD AN' UNL I.if/rE'P
year. The new soybean is which means easier picking whe- ter, Joanne, Mr. NA/RSgq.4),AiwfsYS
addition to these increases, named the Bragg. ther by hand or machine. and daughter Ann. Miss: Betty C. Cuchins The occasion being TACT A5oHVN FKUIT HAN&E AHOCtXGKJ.:: Gts1P'IKOLv.. TNENATURAL:: /AS
there has also been a significantrise Matring midway between Jackson Strickland. Mrs. Albert Butler, Mrs. Cuchins' birthday. CA.tE-=', TYPywRvmR' &(,iGNTlVE5rN= METAL
In the quality of Florida's and Lee varieties, the Bragg Point WashingtonAnd Mr. W. R. Hobbs spent Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Strick- HI86GW5 AND 2$00 Et.P5 I"'KOPUCI" 8&AVT, _
cattle. However, even greater I bean averaged 40.6 bushels and Burlison. I land were business visitors in OTHERS' ANt PEIi'MANENr'ec"OR4:: Jv0RR
emphasis on quality will be need- acre from 1959-62, according to The BeachesMr. Mrs.! Villa Cox and Mrs Molly DeFunlik: Springs Wednesday. O4N3 WNICIf ENIIAAk t:'
ed in the future. : the U. S. Department of Agri- McGee both of Seagrovo/ Beach Mrs. Henry Wesley Mrs. Evle PR01C//CT SALES As51c'EALtiy "

There is no reason why Florida culture. and Mrs. Gene Sowell and spent Tuesday in Panama City Snll'mnn And granddaughter! Gay ,,. hM TO STOKof"ANP Lo0KATONHau5'CSNELVE5 = A :GOOP/>
cannot produce excellent quality This compared to yields of 36.4 Mrs. W. J Brunson of Panama and lunched at the DixieSherman Godwin were transacting! business .
beef, beef that will compare fav- for Jackson and 35 for Lee. City, visited the Roy Burlisons Hotel. in DeFunlnk Springs Thursday. ,
orably with that produced any- Bragg shows good resistance to Sunday afternoon, February 2nd. Mr. and Mrs.' Roy Burlison and i / :
where else. However, to accomplish bacterial pustule, wildfire and I They were enroute home after Mrs. W. R. Hobbs spent: Tuesday BIRTHDAY bf.-) I
this, the use of better qua- target rot diseases and to root- having had lunch at Brue. with the Bob Tnrrances in CELEBRATION { ': /I
lity cattle and better feeding and knot nematode. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrews and DeFuniak Springs.Mrs. Mrs!. Mamie Hatch celebratedher .
management practices must be Those interested in seed should Mrs. Molly McGee of Seagrove Albert Butler and son Ned 85 bit'thdlYVednesday, February I .1 I '.. ", .
emphasized. contact Sammie Parker Foundation Beach, were shopping in Panama were business visitors at Fslln 3th, Relatives from out of 1
Florida's beef industry currently Seeds, Inc., Athens, Georgia. City Saturday Friday. I town were her son and daughter- H -.!- _
produces only 20 percent of the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brett and Mr. and Mrs. Gene InfiiiRer in-law. Mr and Mrs. B. Bostick Hail Guests
better quality beef consumed by NEW VARIETIES' OF PEAS sons, Bryan and Garry, of Car- were business visitors In Fol{')'. of Headland, Ala., and her daughter I Holiday
:Floridians. With the state's popu Two new varieties of southern rabelle visited their father and Ala? Friday Mrs Willie Mae Braswell of
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festive toast to friends in a bright season in. an nr,9-ol<
belter car Christmas. Eve and New Year's custom. "WasUi!! it the word!
for it . meaning "be hale l or whola" and a wa'ail bowl of
spicy punch makes a traditional and warm-hearted centerpiece
tor a holiday refreshments table.
f t' 8, ttJ Most automotive engineers will)) tell you A "wassail buffet" styled by Marian Marsh of Oneida Table
g d'>4ta.;r ,YY that: the track i i3 one of their most valued Planning; Service is covered by green spruce boughs Accented
with red-painted nuts The table-top ii then crowned with a
1 laburaLonea.' majestic Colonial Suite) punch-nog--new in elegant H<'itloomllverplate.
I The impressive 16-pint silver bowl on i its wide' tray
+ Y For example, track competition led directlyto Is filled with Christmas-red: Punch." Floating ice

> the following changes in the Fairlane 289 blocks have ornamental red and green cherries. And even the' -
F .a< long punch ladle ia decorated for the occaiion.
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V-8 engine: better block, improved pistons, The small silver cups of the punch set are complemented by
improved valve train stronger connecting the addition of silver refreshments plates, red napkins and gleam
,
'' lag modern silverplated flatware in Community's new "flight":
rods and bob is. pattern. (Silver demitasse spoons are dandy Stirling- "mud
dlers.") It's an easy, gracious to serve a crowd I
FORD OUTS'C ORES COMPETITION Such i improvements contribute not only to For red "Peppermint Punch war; Marian Marsh combines 2

Ford's winning track record, but also to the quarts each: of sweetened cranberry juice strong tea, gingerale
and lemon-lime soda. A dash of grenadine is added, and
peppermint
NEARLY 2: TO 1 US NASCAR-SANCTIONED total performance so important to your extract to taste. (Peppermint tea may also be substituted
Test-drive '64 from for the regular tea.) Makes, 16 pints.
everyday riving
F It STOCK CAR RACING a The cherry-dotted blocks of 1 ice are frozen In large square
Ford soon, and see! plastic refrigerator containers. These are filled and frozen bit
ojr bit so that the ice Is decorated throughout.

Ford is king of NASCAR competition, and inherent durability and dependability. The -- -

Ford Motor Company has the NASCAR ability to stand up under the punishment f 4 Fitzgerald Tuesday and, Ga.stayed They until all arrived Thursday l Don>'reM.Harrison Dormitory( Elected Croup;

Achievement Award to prove it! of a 500-mile race is proof of Ford's total ., Joining them for the day

Lact season'special Ford'entries'won-every performance . performance that will benefit .. and birthday dinner Wednesdaywere Don Harrison, a sophomore at

single stock car race of 500 miles or longer, you in your type of driving. In two other ;,4 and her Mrs.husband Hatch's, granddaughter the Howard recently the University elected of President Florida. of was the

and scored nearly twice.many points as any major stock car racing associations, IMCA Harrisons of Dothan, Ala. Drop- Murphree Halt group of dormitories -

other'make; sill shown in tJM'chart tieJowand: MARC, ''Ford drivers also wrapped up dt ping in during the afternoon to The Murphree group is
wish "Aunt Mamie" happy made of Buckman
many
up : Thomas
These 500-mile races are the ultimate test of the 1963 championships. returns of the day and to enjoy Sledd, Murphree, Fletcher and

0?. some of the delicious birthday two frame dot In!!.
r cake. Mrs. Bostick had preparedwere Don suceeds }Eric: B. Smith who
the following neighbors: Mr will graduate in April. The area
....rants SCORED IN i i63 NASCAR-SAMCTIONED COMPETITION .p. and Mrs. J, C. Cuchins. Mrs. Max council which young Harrison
: Kllbourne and Mr. and Mrs. Roy heads up seeks to give broader
'Mf 3M JM 400 (S3: MO 700 MM MM 1000 Qurlisoii rrd granddaughter Teresa and iuci'cased services: to dorm
Butler Of course her brother residents.
,. "Pop Hobbs", who lives with her
L Don, son of Mr. and Mrs Oscar
enjoyed It too.Walton .
isyroolef Harrison of DeFuniak Springs is
; Fairlane V-8 Helps Cobra Win a major in ornamental Horti-
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OOfttcxtrttf I- I" Sports Car Championship culture. __

Feb. 16 20 Mr. and Mrs. Toby Olszanovicz
The Cobra with modified Fairlane engine
,
Monday Lima beans and of Freeport and her sister, Mrs.
emerged last year as the undisputed leader in glazed luncheon meat hot dogs, Lillie Mae Burke of Panama City
TOTAL PERFORMANCEWINS the sports car field. cabbage: salad, peaches, cake with spent several days in Mobile last
MOTOR TREND lemon topping, rolls, milk. week, taking in the Mardi Gras
Cobra won the Manufacturer's Trophy in Tuesday-Meat loaf with tomato I celebration and attending the
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"CAR OF THE YEAR" : SCCA Class "A" production competition byso sauce, hamburgers, succotash, wrestling matches.

AWARD III great a margin that no other car-IT.S. or rolls sweet milk.potatoes, banana pudding, Charles If. Perkins, son of Mr.
and Mr. C. E. Perkins (his father
foreign in sight.
-was even Wedne.day-Frled chicken (all)
This award went to the entire V-8 rice and English was manager of the Gulf PowerCo.
The same basic Fairlane 289 that gravy peas hero some years ago) has been

Ford line-with a special powered the Cobra is available in any of eight fruited Thursday-hot Jello, rolls dogs, milk.corndogs, appointed director of engineers by

salute I to Ford's total I IIn the Robertshaw Controls Co,
Lotus th.tmaa.r.ci t1g history Fairlane models for 1964giving sports-car corn, tomato & okra soup, field
The Ford-potwr.d Richmond, Va. Since IDS'! he has
last year's,IndfanepoMt SOO. performance. spirit to this roomy famt l5'-slzscar, peas, pineapple upside down cake, been chief project engineer at the
milk. I Fulton Sylphon Division Knox-
Friday Turkey and dressing,
BEFORE YOU BUY ANY; CAR TRY TOTAL PERFORMANCE AT YOUR FORD DEALER'SIF I shrimp Creole, cranberry sauce, vllle.Mr.
beans (green), mixed fruits, rolls I and Mrs John F. Moseleyof
milk Panama City, were In DeFun.
,ink on Thursday of lest week.
IF YOU INTERESTED IN AN A-l USED CAR BE SURE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER I I Mrs Rex Ryland of Tallahassee I Mr. Moseley was guest[ speaker
spent the weekend here with her at the Walton county Education
parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Association held at the West De-
Creel Ford Compaiig I.e. Storrs. Funiak Elcm. School on Thurs-
I On Saturday of last week, Mrs. day night.
Ruby Palmer visited relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Copeland
New Brockton. Ala. had as guest on Wednesday and
2O7 West Nelson Avenue DeFuniak Springs Florida I Mrs. Alma Hinote of Montgomery Thursday of last week Mr. and
'. spent the weekend herewith Mrs. Paul Copeland and Mr. and

.," .. .. ..--r --. ,-- her parents, Mr. and Mrs.George .I Mrs., Donald Rhumna.1 of( Cincinnati -
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PUBLISHED EVElwY THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK' HERALD-BREEZE _ THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 19C4 .
VOLUME\ 7S- ___ ., -- -.

; : Mr. and Mrs Hal Crawford FOR SALE: BAHIA HAY. Call Jude. of Walton Count.y. I"lortct&.t
-- : p -:- ;,; spent the weekend In Mobile, 859-226U or 859-2262 also can County his office at 1n De the Fun laic court spring house. Florida of laid,

I, I Ir > visiting relatives.Mr. contact Nixon's Garage i within six calendar months from the
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES -: i. ,: Frank Thomas and family I time of the first; publication of this
: ":.. : : 1:23: 30, 2:6, 13 chg I notice Two copies of each, claim or
visited Mr. Warren Whitmore and
1\ 4j demand shall be In writing. and shall
.... ........ smallequity
- - - - -- NEW HOME, state the place ot residence. and
--- --- - ------- - It mily in Crestview Sunday. FOR SALE: post
g ::;;::' :" ,;: _; ; Mr. William Merritt visited and assume payments, jlflre hall be address sworn of to the by claimant the claimant. and;,
4 : -t- I Y.:' friends In Crestview Saturday move in. Englebrecht Road Cal. his agent or his attorney and accompanied .
< :r; by a filing fee of dollar
one
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.: p Mr. and Mrs Ronald Spencer collect: McCowen Const. Co, MU .nd such claim or demand not so filed
,110
I: > 'f Zia ,x 'f , 1, end children, who have recently 2-2950 or MU 2-4390 at Crest- shall be Told Titos D. Beasley.
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returned from Germany are view, Fla.roR A. executor of the Last
/. { $ visiting Mrs. Spencer's parents, -- Will and Testament of
l.:.i.i1 ?: ;.sj ; : \I >t: W."1 Mr and Mrs. Ford Cain RENT: 100 ACRES Crop. Annie deceased H. Florence

., < ,. Miss Tena Powell was a visi- land, cheap. United Farm Agency, First publication February 13. 1M44f
j .p". 9 :;" ,,',s tor in Dothan and CracevlUe] Sat- Phone TM 4-7831. 2:13: tfchg Feb. 13.20.27.Mart
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sa f urday. NOTICF: OF INTENTION TO MAKE
< ,t FOR RENT: FIVE .Room tr APPLICATION FUR FINAL
a Mi and Mrs E. L.
Holling-
DISCIIAK1.KFLO !:
!J with bath. Butane heat and also
4a t : > r. b sworth and Mrs. T. J. Reardon It lit A STATUTES
I > vired for electric stove. Unfur- .
In the Court of the County Judge
those the
attending
; ; -/ were among nished. 408 N. 8th St. Itpd Walton County
yaa ,.kt > Y.6y Baltimore Symphony Concert in Slate of Florida.In .
} L.t7" ,,." '1""d. .I 4. Panama City on Sunday.Mr. FOR SALE: 22' CHEST TYPE RUSSELL re: Estate W of
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< .: :;,J.\"W'; ',--Z'",.<.Jvt,4-< ; -#'.; Wayne Perkins of Pensa! : : deep freeze with double doors In THOMPSONDeceased Probate. .
i .. '''' cola was a business visitor here and racks, good condition $175.00.
%.1 0" ?: / To All Whom Itlay: Concern!
j0 : it last week. Like new, 5 h. p. Johnson out- Notice .Is hereby given I that Martha:
; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cobb Patton Allen Thompson and Romulus
:; ;tit'W E }Wt. are board motor, 14500. See Harry Hillard Thompson Executors of the
t.;--1: t' : '. 5a spending this week in 'Columbus, Seymour. Itpd state of Rusnell W. Thompson, deceased
r ; . Ga. have filed their petition for

.2" : ", #'J'; ,. t1ii'R Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morris of FOR SALE: U&g Impala Sports apply final 1 to discharge the Honorable, and that Joe Dan they Trot-will
." .f...!; ';>>or: Power white Count of Walton
I ;. ',( Panama City, spent Friday here Coupe, Steering, man : Judge County
o .v l p.Ji:;,:< .:&" with Mrs. Hal Richardson. with red interior, low mileage Florida on the 10th day of March
f ' final Executorsof
as
discharge
,...Jf'i ,. gff'Jt 1 h Mrs. Lyle Griswold, Mrs. J E. and very clean throughout. Part 'thoat i of Russell:; w Thompson,
$1 I 3's: ? Wooten. Miss Pam cash, balance in monthly deceased on this 10th day of February,
a s \1 Griswold and pay- 1964.
$ '
o rRffsr; .
<
1r 9zfi '..' %,9''f, 'f
< ,, ;+ Miss Tyrene Richardson spent ments. Phone TW 6-3791 after Martha Patton Allen
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:; f G; (/1 \ Thompson and Romulus
.; b :' ,...t Saturday in Panama City. : 6 p.ta. Millnrd Thompson .
I II Ijf Q4 "<"' Ytr.1f Executors of the estateof
$ ",;jt'0: f frt.J 1 i I FOR RENT: ONE UNFUR. WANT TO TRADE: A TWO Russell.. W Thompson .

/ '' i't -i NISHED house. Phone TW 6-1981. I bedroom home, good location. :Feb.13.20.27.MarS deceased4t
1 ;
r .:.> .'... w. Jan23tfchg. near school nice shrubbery 303
t >" : NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
,E. Cobb Ave. Crestview, for homein .APPLICATION FOR FINAL
_." _.,. .... I I CLEARANCE SALE: SEWING DeFuniak Springs: same value. DISCHARGE
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machines, Vacuum cleaners. $7.50 fLORIDA STATUTESIn
Call MU 2-2403.
Engagement AnnouncedMr. I IUP, Ph. 434-1217 Vogue Sewing 13,20,27chg: the Court Walton of the County County Judge

I i: I Center., 404 E. Wright St., Pensa- TRY DIADAX'TABLETS (for. State of Florida.In .

and Mrs Leamon Garrettof U employed with Chemstrand cola Fla. 1:30-2:20chg. mely Dex-A-Diet). New name, M, re o.: Eitate Warren of, 8r.

j jf DeFunlak Springs wish to announce !Corp. of Pensacola. JACK'S VENETIAN BLIND I same formula, only 98c. Lightfoot' In Probate. Deceased

.--- the engagement: : and approaching I The wedding will be an eventof Service: Florala, Alabama. We offer I Drugs. 13.20.27: 3:5: chg To All ,Whom It May Concern
March 6 7.30 P. M. in the Notice I. hereby given that Gertrude
marriage of their I at :
. Engagement Announced I : the very best service on repairing FOR SALE-oNE MARE WGT. 8 War-en filed her final report as '
daughter, Hilda Elizabeth to Wen Friendship Baptist Church. The Venetian blinds. We Install about 11-1200 lb. Will work or Fxccutlt of the estate of M O. Warren
she has filed
dell Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Floyd Garrett will perform tapes cords clean and ride. Dewitt T. Corbett Sr. deceased that and
new or city, Rt. her petition lor final discharge
School Panama ,. .. .
)Mr. and Mrs. Raymond II. King ate of Bay High Homer Grant of DeFunlak I the ceremony.No refinish your blinds for a sum One Ph. TW 6-3557. that she will apply to the HonorableJoe .
the and attended Air Age Institute : Dan Trotman County Judge *'
of Ponce de Leon announce City invitations being sent
are
Springs. much less than the price of new It Feb. IS Walton County, Florida on the leth
He
engagement of their daughter, in Kansas City, Mo. The couple are both graduatesof but all relatives and friends of ones. We manufacture the finestin day of March 1964 for approval of
Merlene to James E. Grlf- in presently serving with the Uni- I FOR SALE ame and for final discharge as of the
Mirv Walton high school. Mr. Grant the couple are invited to attend. custom-made blinds and drapes : 28 ACRES ON w. estate of M. O Warren. Sr. deceased
fis, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. ted States Air Force, stationed .ut For a courteous salesman to call 90, 4 room house needs repairs, on this 10th day of February. 1964
City. Homestead AFB, Florida. Guild INSTALLATION OF DeFUNIAK Gertrude 8. Warren
Griffls of Panama Wesleyan Service I on', you, call 8-4012. $7,250, $1,500 down good termson Executrix of the estateof
Miss King is a senior at Ponce A June wedding is being plan- To Host District Sunday I CHAPTER NO 115 .E.S. I balance. Adalyn Pomeroy, 416 M. O. Warren Sr.

de Loon High School. I ned. FOR BALK: WATER FRONT So. Osceola St. Orlando, Fla. deceased.
Alrnnn Griff is a 1960 gradu- The Wesleyan Service Guild of The DeFuniak Chapter of East. lots, and wooded In lots. On 21320027chg. 4tFeb.13,20,27MariNOTICE:

Mr. T. C. Campbell attended the First Methodist church will ern Star held installation of of* Choctawbatehee Bay, located on I SALE OF INTENTION FOR FINAL TO MAKE
APPLICATION
Mr. Ben Davis spent several State Fair in Tampa last week. host all the Guilds in the Mar- fleers Friday evening, January Okaloosa-Walton county; ins in. FOR : 220 ACRES CLOSE DISCHARGE
I Febru- 31, 1964 in the Masonic Hall. The Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe Rt. 1Box TO US 98 and Blue Mountain FLORIDA STATUTESIn
days last week in Gainesville on Mrs. H. G. Carnley spent Sat- ianna District on Sunday, Road the Court of the County Judge
asking $350
business. Pensacola on business.Mr. : ary 16, at 2:00: PM. at the church. room was beautifully decorated in 259. Villa Tasso Niceville, acre good Walton County,
In
urday Guild members from Panama the Worthy Matron elect's colors terms. Adalyn Pomery, 416 So. State of Florida.In .
Mrs. Gary Alford is spendingth's and Mrs. Albert Bremer JOB WALLS BUSINESS MACHINES Osceola St Orlando, Fla.2:13,20.2'1che. re: Estate of '
City, Marianna I Blountstown -gold and navy using yellow Hugh Colvin .
Roy
week in Orlando with rela- Mrs. Leslie Smithof .
and Mr. and Sales & Service. De- : Deceased ,
roses-her chosen
Chipley, Bonifay and Port St Joe flower and her .
called on Mr. In Prohste
Nebr.
Imperial Funlak. Fla. TW 6-4141. Free
tives.Mrs. here on Sunday af- motto "Love One Another. May Concern
expected All '
Robert Thomas was a and Mrs. Mayo Statz Monday on are .Ane installation "estimates on repair also Free pick LEGAL NOTICE To Notice Is Or"y: given that Minnie t
visitor in Pensacola on Saturday. their way to Miami. ternoon. oiucers wereus I.up and delivery Alma Colvln flied her final report as
Mrs. John D. Wester of Mar- loiiows: ivujuae mayo, insutuuctr NOTICE: TO CREDITORS Administratrix of the estate of Roy
\ Pat Goff of Fort Walton Jack Hicks and Miss: Ruth In deceased that she filed
Miss Mrs. the Court of the County .Judge Hugh Colvln.
of the .ug < iviinnie\ nurmon m-
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED ,
Executive Secretary : and
.its ianna, Walton for final discharge
; for-the weekend to Monday of County Florida, her petition
was home Bosenberg spent Marianna District, will preside at 04u&1116 \-.....,.ain, caroiyn; bpitces Lower, 4-Large Rooms & Bath. In Probate. that Khe will apply to the HonorableJoe I
ofWalton
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. week In Pensacola. In re: Fstate of Dan Trotman, County Judge:
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I Underwood spent several the meeting.: uiswu.ug .rl*nali; ixiyndei lommetalling 12 Orange Herman Miner. Jan26tf Annie H. Florence Deceased. County, Florida, on the 19th
B. Goff. B. of
R. I 1"0411".1, : Organist, To All Creditors and Person Having day of March' 1964, for approval
Mrs. J. J. Meigs visited a few days in Mont ornery last last FOR RENT: NEW THREE BED. Claims or Demand Against Said same and for final discharge as Administratrix
Mr. Jame E. Mitchell spent mowers: .nstai.tu were: Artie Eitatei estate. of Roy Hugh
days last week in proenwood and week. ROOM living room, dining room, e.J, this 10th day of
Claude Saturday in Pensacola. iviciii'oom. Wormy Matron; Hiiara You and each of you are Hereby Colvln, on
Mrs.
Mrs. E. H. Myers, kitchen, family room ll/i baths. notified and to 1964
Marianna. Mrs Em. required prevent amclalmm February
Everette Yates \& Calvin
Mrs. cnruom,
and Wormy Matron; l;omens Mlnnle Alma
Mr. and Mrs. LaLrry Padgett I Miller, Mrs. Rosa Langston visitors ory Campbell and Miss Lucille Crawford; Associate Matron, Call collect: McCowen Const. Co., either of and you.demands may have which against you. the or Administrator Hugh
Mrs. L. S. Cleveland were MU 2-2950 or MU 2.4390 at estate of Annie H. Florence estate of Roy
and Pamela of Danville, Ga., were the Anderson are planning to attend Leroy fteiuer. Associate Patron, deceased Colvln deceased.
in Florala for late of said County to the County
here the past week visiting rel Camellia Saturday Show. .a Delta Kappa Gamma meetingin : \Kttiueile Davis, Secretary; Maggie I Ii I Crestview, Fla. Febl32027Mar3:

atives. I Tallahassee, Saturday.Mr. i'-n ster, .treasurer; Lois
,
Albert Hill and Mr. and Conductress: l:,mma Hunt, .
LADIES Mrs. John Wooten were among sociate Cunductress, Gretchen 1iUl'1!: f
those from DeFuniak to a*t'id wards, (Chaplain: ; Kathleen

Jndotlutfngr the newest Slant-O-Mallc 600 Sewing the funeral of Mr. Malcolm Mor cy, Marshal; June Lindaey, ,

Machine with the new Auto-Reel! rison in Laurel Hill Saturday.Mr. Muriel Pyles, Ruth; Mildred Hen- .

No DOBBIN WINDER and no BOBBIN TENSION to adjust and Mrs. John Flournoyand person, bather!: ; Calhe Wambles,
IN TIME for SPRING SEWING and children spent Sunday in Martha; J. J. Ellis, Sentinel.
JUST
your
again
ever Elba, Ala., visiting relatives. luendship Assembly of Rainbow ,
those EASTER FROCKS. PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR YOURS have
Mr. and Mrs. John Neel
Girls sang several songs for
TODAY. been advised from Brenard Col- &the audience and were presented

Call Ruth Hurt your Singer Representative at lege that their daughter Patsy has a white bible for their assembly.
made the Dean's List for this R
TW 6-3871: Courtesies were given: the !
semester, Worthy Matron and Worthy Pa-

-- -- tron, gifts, flowers and best wishes

nom family and friends.A .
social hour followed th-

meeting:.

o r
enoyng Y
.x. Mr. V. M. Rshing was a visitorin

Pensacola on Friday.Mr. .
vacation? 1 and Mrs. R. S. Hinton of

., Montgomery and Tuscaloosa, Ala.,
pent the weekend here the H. O.
Hinton's.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rawlinsof

town Dothan on were Saturday.Mrs. business. visitorsin Sorry we weren't able to open

R. C. Blue and father, Mr.
A. H Bean spent the weekendin
Birmingham last Saturday as we had planned,

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dannelley

have as their guest: this week

WMW.3fe Larry their son Dannelley and family and, Mr. and children.Mrs. but: we definitely will be open

$ They were route from Oregon:

to Orlando where Larry will be
WA
J -- ;>:-& W. _;>* stationed now. "

ham tlt ,?, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Reid and FRIDAY FEB. 21
s .
I children of Hattiesburg, Miss,

were recent visitors of their parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hick-


I" man.Mrs.. Ruby Palmer and Mrs. J. with all-new completely fresh
11 f W Van Sant spent Sunday in an

make \frr1ww Slocoinb Ala., visiting relatives.

Judge and Mrs. Thomas D. stock of Shoes
sa' Beasley attended a Judges Con-

FLORIDA and Walton County: ference in St. Petersburg last ...

< week. They returned home on

4 home for your BUSINESS and FAMILY Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prescott I .

oa a work project In Tal.
special
Florida's sunshine has no comparison I But did you know that lahas home for the week-
Florida's best climate Is Its business climate Check the> facts.

Compare them with your State's Industrial advantages In relation end.Miss Jo Ann Chesser of Fort

& to your business or Industry. Walton visited! in DeFuniak over I

FLORIDA'S FAVORABLE TAX STRUCTURE FOR BUSINESS IS LESS THAN the weekend. i
r9 HALF THAT IN AN AVERAGE OF ALL 50 STATES.FLORIDA'S Mrs. Ray Nethery and daughter :
returned home Saturday after
MANPOWER PROVIDES Miller's
ENTERPRISE
tt GUARANTEED FREE
several
weeks visit in San Antonio -
THOUSANDS OF WILLING WORKERS READY FOR YOUR INDUSTRY. Tex.Misses ,

s FLORIDA'S PERSONAL INCOME HAS GROWN 2UK&INCC S9SO. Lorene and Ophelia

Campbell visited Mr. and Mrs. H.
L FLORIDA BOASTS OF A 20 BILLION DOLLAR SPACE INDUSTRY ANDA
GROWING 12 BILLION DOLLAR CONSUMER MARKET. W. Asbel in Lcesburg over the
s weekend.Miss ,
Equally) Important Is your own health and the happiness of your Cythia Flow of Tallahassee -

P family. Where else but In Florida cana you expect to get each spent the weekend here with
day with sunshine, each day new zest for " and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. HOW-
"getting things done"? ard Flow.

i Mr.; and Mrs. H. Wayne Bul- ,

i 4i ger of Niceville, were weekend SHOE STORE

FOR MODE DETAILS ON HOW YOU CAN BECOME A PERMANENT FLORIDA RESIDENT AND BUSINESSMAN. guest of their parents here in
C COM MIS- DeFuniak.Mr. .
JARRARD. -
WENDELL
CONTACT MR. VLOBIiINMNDEVELOPMENT .
IN TALLAHASSEE OR THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF YIa1TIN0.SION and Mrs. Marvin Brown
and son of Crestview visited the

>a;. I.fac John Flournoys test Wednesday.

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LEGAL NOTICES Lot Buodivlaiou 1. Block 1. Aero Home. a By Colleen McDonald Edda Nobel. Meddle McDonald as and fesrnty of record for the plaintiff a ty. florid -
bection: ft. in to* MK&. 01 uwu. Deputy: Clerk con.tltutlnE the cot. surviving' heirs copy of :your answer. or written> de- Sworn complaint having ben t lied owners of unclaimed personal or th.
__ INVITATION FOR BIDS Range IV W'T0WD.D_ sop ;3 Mortal! DAVID W. PALMER: at law of t hail.. W. Davis and Sarah .... It any to the complaint In against you by the plaintiff in the tangible property presumed abandoned
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 1'.1.......... Walton. County P. O. BOX 03 J. Davis deceased.. U said heirs are said cause and to file the original of above named Court In the abov Account number 3-0232-OOO1 Apparent
Sealed proposal will b. received by recoraed acceramg la to plat thereui Crestvtew.. Florida living and 11 dead their unknown uch answer or written defenses with styled cause or action entitling the Owner Apostle, John A, DeFunlak
the Walton' County Board of Publl 01 the Plat Book a. page 74 Attorney for Plaintiff4t helra. deviseee and 1ea.c-. and any the Clerk of the circuit Court of I plaintiff to this notice, you and each Springs. Fla Information concerning
Instruction until I:30 P.NC. C 3. T tV. public recorda of said ooun- : Feb 6 13 20 27 and all persons, firms or corporation., Walton! County Florida' on or before of you are hereby notified that suit the amount or description" of the Pro"P"'V I
Tuesday February, In the Office ot together with all claiming by, under themor ,Warcb 7. 1004. has been flied against you In the and the name and address. of the
the Superintendent Walton County pruveiuects now structure and im- IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT FIRST either of them,&hanC: any and all This notice shall be published once above named Courby the above holder may be obtained by any persons
Courthouse. DePualak Springs, Via, for ..nd. anti and hereafter on Bald JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR persons, firms or corporations having each week for four consecutive weeks named plaintiff snaking to partition possessing? an Interest In the property
luttures
Sonstructton of LUNCHROOM ADDITION and all attached thereto WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA or claiming; to have any right title in the Del> 'Unl.k Herald, a weekly Lota !- and 2 Block :3, Townslte of by sddreseing" an Inquiry K
TO PAXTON SCHOOL, WALTON profits rents: !issues, proceeds. and IN CHANCERY: claim or Interest In and to the following nvwspaper published In Walton County Villa ........ Walton County Florida. Oren, State Comptroller toAJn -
accruing and to accrue from NO. SJK and you and each of rator.. Abandoned
FLORIDA' described
COUNTY lands tu Walton you are hrrsby ; Property Division
aid
time they will be publicly openedFwd premises within, all of which are included B AND P. INC.. County, VlorldsCommencing : bONK I"ND ORDERED In DeFuntak: notified and required to serve upon I Capitol. Tallshaiwee. Floriria He .,,....
read aloud. tlon and the habendum the foregoing deecrtp. a corporation at the SE Corner of Springs. Florida, this 3 day of Febru- the- attorney. _of record for the t>'&.In. I to mention account .number.-"nar and
Plans. Specifications and Contract all thereof also Plaintiff the NE'4 of HE'4- of Section 33. .ry, 11164. ern a copy or your answer or written address- as published In this notice
Document may be obtained from other gas. steam electric water and v* Twp. a N. R 10 West, run thenceN E LEO ANDREWS defense. 1 If any, to the complaint In Unless proof of ownership Is presented
,
ALBERT O: JAMES.: ARCHITECT. A15 lighting heating, cooking refrigerating JAMES C. TOWNSEND and sa deg S4 min__44. sec West for Clerk Circuit Court sold cause and to file the orldlnal to the holder by April 22 1984.: the
E. aces Ferry Rd.. N.F. Atlanta AO and plumbing ventilating imIHting LORETTA: TOWNSEND: a Olatanc. or [sr.oa: [Set roe a (Seal) Walton County Florida of such answer. or written defense with property wUl he delivered to. the Ad-
... upon deposit of $25.OO for each appliances. fixtures power daappurtenwo... Defendant fence corner poet for point of Angus O AndrewsOf the Clerk of the circuit Court 01 TfJyir.Tnr'lt"! '. all further
set. Thee full depositor which NOTICE OF SUIT beginning run thence North 88 CAMPBELL ANDREWS Walton Count. Florida on or before m'nutrauJr' directed to the Ad.
( one set wUl be teefunded: to Oen. now are or may hereafter pertain STATE OF FLORIDA deg 54 mln 44 sea West for a dls- P. O Box 32DeFunlak March U, 11184.
to be
or used with, in or on said TO. JAMES O. TOWNSEND and of This notice shall be Ray E.
eral Contractor who submit a bona- tanoe 222.30 feet for an Iron published once Green
fide bid upon return of .11 documents tached premises, even though they b* de LORETTA TOWNSEND axle, run thence North 1 deg 18 Attorneys ::1a.1inr.rlda4t : : each week for four consecutive weeks. As Administrator
In good condition within ((10) ten against or detachable, ha been filed. You are hereby notified that Complaint mln 12 sec East for a distance Feb .. 13. 30. 27 In the DeFunlak Herald n weekly. 2t. Feb. 13.20IOrnamental
you and you are hereby: required has been filed in, the above of 28178 feet newspaper
day after the date of opening bids to for a fence corner published In Walton Coun- r
All other deposits will be refunded to the serv Bill a of copy of :your answer stated cause to foreclose a mortgage post, run thence North 89 degrees! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ty, ..Iorld_.
with deductions not exceeding. the the Complaint upon heretofore executed by James O 30 minutes SO seconds east for a WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA DONE AND ORDERED at DeFunlak
.ctual cost of production of the documents .plaintiffs P. o attorney, f. B. Xstergren. Townsnd and Loretta Townsend to distance of 222 30 feet for a fence IN CHANCER1;; f Ko. 8140 *.AID> this day f Feb.rasary. -
Fort Walton
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upon receipt of all dorumnts tteach. Boxan4 Bevis Shell Homes. Inc and assignedto corner post thence South 1 deg J. F. LIDDON 1964.tOEAL .
in good condition within ten ((10) days said file the originalof plaintiff, said mortgage appearing 23 mln 7 sec West for a distanceof Plaintiff ( ) D.:... E. LEO ANDREWS
after the date of opening bids Clerk of answers Circuit in the office of the In Book A3. Pag* Florida, records 287.90 feet to the point of begin .. ClerIC Circuit Court IronworkMADE
Court la and for Wai.
of Walton County and embracing Ding and comprising lass Walton
A bid bond made payable to the ton acres HEIRS OF FRED KRUPP County Florida
: County. Florida, on or before the deceased,
the below described land in more or 1 less, andR.
Board of public Instruction known and By Iwa Adklnson
Walton County In the amount of five percent 1st do day of March 1M4 If you fall Walton County, Florida, _wi': A. Jones If living, and If deceased JULIUS KRUPP.unknown MARGARET LOUIS KRUPP.. Deputy Clerk TO ORDER
to
so Judgment will be RTEN-
((4'%' ) of the base bid must accompany taken Beginning! at the Southwest Corner hi. unknown heirs, devisee and any HERO: .-MARGARET Attorney for Plaintiff!
against
by default for KRUPP.
you the relict of the Southeast of theNortheast and all
Quarter firm,
persons Shop
each proposal. Performance corporations, WALTER BTENBEKO gru Located At GaskinAll
demanded in the above akWAL- CAMPBELL
complaint.
Bond and Payment Bond will be re- This notice shall b Quarter of Section 22. claiming by. through or under htm T1IR: KRUPP. ADOLPH KRUPP, : : !S 'ANDREWS
published onoe Township 1 South, Rang 21 West Sworn complaint having been filed P. O Box 32ADePuntak
aulred In an amount equal to 10O% of each week for four : LOUISE KRUPP EICHELKRAUT
consecutive
weeks thence Easterly along the South by the plaintiffs In the above entitled
Contract Price for each bond MICHAEL KRUPP. Springs, Florida
In the EMIL1B
the DeFulnak H.ralclareDe 8CHEN5EIi
No bids may b. withdrawn after the Funlak Springs Florida a : boundary of the said SRtt of cause In the above named Court en. HELENE MRZOCK. and LOUISE- 4ti Feb 13. 20.; March 3, 13
newspaper the NBW of Section 22. 420 feet titling the plaintiff to this
scheduled C I the receipt of general circulation In said notice, IEIN. If they are living;, and If
period f rrt county thence North 210 feet thence West you and each of are hereby dead NOTICE OF
you notl.
of bid for a of ((35)) (S) B LEO ANDREWS heir unknown. heirs, legatees. and FICTITIOUS NAME
420 feet and south 210 feet to fled that suit her been filed against evlsees.. and Notice I* hereby given that pursuant
all
. day. Clerk Circuit Court point of beginning The said you In the above named Court any and persons to .
-The Owner reserves the right to parcel by the firms or corporations claiming; : Chapter No 863 00 Florida Statute
Walton County, Florida lying and 'n Section 22, above named the
being
or all bids and to waive F. B. ESTEROREN plaintiffs seeking to under them ...fnll undersigned will on February 21.
reject, any or '
Informalities p. O. Box 487Attorney Township 1 South. Range 21 West quiet the plaintiffs title In and tot.he or riMming; to hav claim law.1 register with the Clerk of Circuit
any any ornterest
In Walton Florida. above described court
County. of
property, situate Walton
County. Florida the
. 1-ublicdInstructlonnWalton for Plaintiff You are further hereby summoned, lying and being In Walton County ownslt In Lots 1 and 3 Block 3. fictitious name of MUSEUM OF ,THE
of
Fort Villa
Walton _
Beach. Florida I notified and reaulrMi to. serve upon Florida, and you are hereby notifiedand T Walton SEA!: AND INDIAN said fictitious
Florida3t 4t Jan County, Florida nuns
County. : 30, Feb. 20 .
B Rush Cowherd. III. required to being the
serve the atC.t6fiti
13. 20 .Ir.,1.Jt"oJtth upon Defendants, name which the under.
Feb e.
: ;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Jefferson teensy whose Street address Marlanna.Is ricilc a NOTICE!: OF PARTITION SUIT ?hK.n"1tta! are. o*'f'rr; ::::r'd.n' business l their In
FOR WALTON NOTICE
IN THE: COURT1 COUNTYJUDGE : IN (COUNTY FLORIDA, copy of your Answer, or written dotenses. Heir. of Fred TO DEFENDANTS.. . principal pine of business at Santa
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COUNTY. BETTY CHANCERY NO. SZZ1 If any, to the Complaint in .nd Loud ..... known Rosa Beach, Walton I County Florida.
SUB:
PROBATERe WKLLH. unknown
FLORIDA IN
said suit on or before the 0 day of Krupp Julius
estate of J.TO SKIPPER Deceased (formerly Mrs Franklin J. Rushing) March. 19C4, and to file the: original Krupp. Margaret Htenberg ..k.. Mar Frank I tide N.B. Klrkner,
NOTICE CKEOI10BS: Plaintiff.FRANKLIN thereof with said Court. Herein fall 7111 caret Krupp. Walter Htf'nb.rll.k-a Klrkner.
Husband
All creditors of the estate of J. T. -v- not or the decree of this Court will. D5 Walter Krupn. Adolph Krupp. Louise Tenancy by the and: Wife
Skipper, deceased. are hereby notified J. RUSHING be entered against you by default. Emlfle Krupp EtcheTkraut. Michael Krupp, 4-Jan. 23, 30 Feb e. 13 Entireties Work Guaranteed
-nT required to file any claims or Defendant This order shall be published oncea Schenkel. Helene Mrsock. and
demands which they may have against NOTICE: week for four < consecutive weeks Louise Heln, they are and II NOTICE OF NAMES OF PKRHON
said estate In the office of the County THE STATE OP FLORIDA"' In the DeFunlak Jrl HeraldBreezea deed. their unknown h lhlnlfi ieKStees., AFPFARINO TO BF OWNERS: Campbell WeldingRt.
Judge of Walton County. Florida In TO: FRANKLIN J. RUSHING newspaper of genera circulation:: In ( and devisees, and any and all per ABANDONED PROPERTY OF
the courthouse at DrFunlalc Spring. I You are hereby notified than an Walton County Florida ons, firms or corporations claiming I Pursuant to
Section
Florida. within six (6)) calendar amended complaint for the partition WITNESS my hand and official seal >y. through, or under them, or haying 717, Florida: Statutes; :, entitled 13 of Chapter' f. Box 143, DFunIk Spring.
"nor.
months from the date of the firstpublication between you and the Plaintiff. tenants of said Cour.t DeFunlnk\ Spring( or. claiming to have any claim or Ida Disposition of Unclaimed' Florida) Phone Floral. 46691ffffffffff.
of this notice Each claim in common of the following described Walton County Florida this the 31 interest In Lot 1 and 2 Block 3. Aot'. notice I", hereby Property
or demand must be in writing and property: has been filed In this day of Janausry 1964 owoslte' of Villa T........ Walton Coun- persons listed i below IIIlwen that the
must steta the place of residence and Court, to. wit: (SEAL) ANDREWS appear to be the
post-office address of the claimant 10O feet bbel0:0t.. lying la a'square Clerk of the Circuit Court
and must be sworn to by tbe claimant oa end of the Walton County Florida
his agent or" his attorney or following described land. The complete By Iva Adkinsoii. D C
It will become according to law descriptions aa follows-of Ott: Feb e 13: 20 2 2
Hold L Cawthon plat 100 ft. E .. W by 4135 ft.
Executor of the Last N .. 8 on the North end of Lot IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY SX HK
W1U and Testamentof 24 of Ksm-Akers. a subdivision of JUDGE OF WALTON COUNTY:
J. T. Skipper deceased BE" of 8W>4 of Section FLORIDA IN PROBATE
First publication January 23, 1964 22, NB>llOf See. 3* and NW,: Re: ....
4t-Jan 23-Feb 13 H of Sec 27 lying North of State EataNOTICE OR PRORATE
Road No 1 (V. 8. W'tWJ' trot TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED!: IN ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COt'KT IN AND Tp 3. N. Rang 1. th* THE ESTATE OF BAIL DECEDENT
FOR WALTON COUNTY: TI.ORIUA Tallahassee Meridian a* platted by You are hereby notitted Dust e
IN CHANCERY NO. MIS Garland Edward., aald plat beingof written Instrument purporting to be S will G A'wA Y
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY FEDERAL record In th. office of theClerk the last will and testament of said ( BWmG'A'Wij! geared
SAVINGS dc LOAN ASSOCIATION of the Circuit Court of decedent has been admitted to probate -
a Corporation Walton County Florida." Together In this court. You are hereby wall can No
.. Plaintiff with all and singular Improvements commanded. within six calendar opener l Clamps Needed I 1 !
VS. tenements hereditaments, months from the date of tbe first ice crusher
JERELENE SMITH INDIVIDUALLY and appurtenance thereunto alonging c\ this notice to appear \
.. AND AS ADMINISTRATRIX OF THE I or In anywise: appertaining rb this nu.f and show cause. if any INaTANTLV BONDS
ESTATE OF JOHN H. SMITH ALSO free from all exemptions and )ou can. why,the action of this court OH COMTACTI.
.. KNOWN AS J. HERSCHEL SMITH; right of homestead In admitting. said will to probate
V.' AND HERSCHEL KAREN SMITH, and for the Court to decree an equitable -I should not stand unrevoked.
A MINOR AND VELLREA JEAN lien and an equitable attachment Joe Dan Trotman
SMITH. A MINOR, against your Interest la the County Judge!
Defendants. said property In favor of the Plaintiff Walton County, Florida a
NOTICETO for the sum of tl.3M.80 and such First publication January 23, 1964. ''I'a gear.d for smooth I
: Jerelen Smith other support money as may becomedue t-Jan 23-Feb. is and C ONTA
c-o Mrs Simmons after February 1. 1964, has been easy cutting Ct I_
Lockhart Alabama lied against you la th* above styled IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WALTON xtra-long Uff x 1-
Herschel Karen Smith and Court and cause' and you are requiredto COUNTY FLORIDA CHANCERY I fu ,
Velirea.Jean Smith file your defense with the Clerk NI). Mis STEP STOOL $249
e-o Shirley Long of the said Court said verve a copy BHERMAN O. TRUETT et al.Plaintiffs. fees I
Rt.2 thereof on Platnttirs attorney: whoa The new COICO: step stool II' IDwiththeem.rthourglassde
Madison's Restaurant name and address appear below onor VB.
Rlchman. Kentucky I before the 27th day of February W. W. DAVIS, e.1.. SWH1G' 'war J portable I
You. Jerelene Smith Herschel Karen 1964. otherwise said complaint will betaken Defendants> sign. The swingawsy ..tepaarerubbertreadedforadded :
Smith and Vellrea Jean Smith are as confessed by you. NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS: W r.
hereby notified that a Bill of Com- DeFunlak Bpgs., Fla.. this Davis Individually and W. W. Davis can opener J / f
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plaint to foreclose s> certain mortgageon I list ; January 1M4 Walker Davis, Christine Carr Ii..leyI safety. Sturdy chromefrsme. _
the following described real and (SEAL) E. LEO ANDREWS Hemphlll, Leila Hemphlll. RK ardAlford. Choice of handsome Cru h*>. Ice botter. r-... __
personal property to-wlt: CLERK: OF CIRCUIT COURT I Mllbra Beck Emmer Bi-ck
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