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 20, 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: VID00216
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
oclc - 33857908
alephbibnum - 002059593
lccn - sn 95047382
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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DRIVE CHAIRMAN Three Women Killec,


One Escaped DeathThree DEFlINIt\K HEJJa

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vs fp Panama>> City women

were killed Sunday after'nus

when the car In which they

were riding plunged into a small 0 )

creek on U. S. Highway 33, ....t f.E"JJ..
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south of here about 4:30: pjm. .. _"'-- \ a

A fourth passenger rolled dow -j.l .. : .. .. "
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rear window and escaped .. ..: ., .
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swam safety.
The Florida Highway Patrol< VOLIJ1\IE 72-I U13LiSIIED EVEltY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SI'IiiNGb, I LOIt iDA FLi3itUA1 2, 1 '7 Oc Number---11

identified the driver of the car

as Mrs. Bess Maness Brady 60, r National FFA Week '

East women U who S. 98.were The killed other were two Observed At Paxton Appellate Cour :fpholds:


Mrs. Cecil Pulley Allen, 68 Dec
National FFA Week started las
Avenue and Mrs. Maggie WillIams -
( Motter 63, McKenzie Avc. Saturday and ends this Saturday

all of Panama City. -Febs 13-22. The Paxton FFA hat Drivers' BonusFred
Mrs. Sarah Bevel 33, Palo Alto been 'carrying out several acts School Bus

WALLS Drive, Panama City was the passenger vities during the week. On Fri

who escaped and authorIties day, Febt 14, the chapter had a

Joe Walls chairman of the 1964 said she was not injured. V pre-FFA Week Assembly\ program -
Red Cross fund raising campaign The FHP said a wrecker pulled M Aa 'The main feature was thi Neel) Was ApparentHospit.d A decision received Tuesday

the car Into shallow water and local sweetheart contest. Miss! from the District Court of Ap-
for Walton! county, announces thai Low Bidder
smashed the rear window of the Linda'Miller was named the run peals has affirmed a circuit court I
the drive will begin March 2.
Mr. Walls says he is now com station wagon in order to remove ner-up in the FFA Sweetheart decision upholding a 1959 Legislative -
the three bodies. Contest. Miss Tillie Brown was Ralph N..I l of Benlfay, was Act which provided for a
pitting the staff of workers for 4
.. the campaign and feels that with Trooper W. C. Kilpatrick said 4r Kt named the winner and the new apparent 'low bidder en the addition bonus for Walton county school

..the aid of this group it will be the accident occurred at Bay+ PTA flweetheart for Paxton at the Walton county bus drivers.

able to complete the drive in tshort Branch, a narrow but deep stream The, chapter has been displaying hospital when bids were opened The bonus, which amounts to

time. According to Kilpatrick, the car posters In various places during Q, Tuesday. $10,250 a year, comes from the
skidded ? the week and has had chargeof eel's base bid was for 9251,*
The full list of workers and hit the end of the bridge County Commission's share of
details on the campaign will bgiven < down the railing for about 28 the) school bulletin board. The 000. There are a number of race track funds accruing to Wal-

next week. feet and then plunged over Into I Chapter has distributed FFA t alternate to bo considered and ton county

the deepest part of the ,tear I I Week ; stamps window stickers the Board. I.I studying them at When the Act was originally
County Supt. Baldwii I and tent cards The lunch room this time.
Candidate Bums Pledges estimated at 25 feet deep.A ,passed, each bus driver received
by Just as Mn has been using FFA napkins The f The addition will provide 1.mo..e .
came
Four-Laning of U. S. 90 car Planning To Run tit S $225 as his yearly share of the
of the also has for T\ the hospital
Bevel was scrambling out chapter plains a room at a* bonus, but now with more drivers

Mayor Haydon, Bums of Jack water and the driver notified I John program over WTVY well a* a nummber of added each share comes to about $215.
minorities in DeFuniak Springs County Superintendent The 'chapter won a new Ford facllltl.
sonville a Democratic candidate Baldwin asks us to announce that The legal Action was Initiated in
assisted tractor' fort
W. Redder also the second straight
E.
for governor, told his Walter Cpl. to make the race Circuit Court here before JudgeD.
he is planning ,
the investigation. year i in the mechanizing! FloridAwards IIusband'H Part At
In
Campaign Committee, and Stuart Gillis with the School
county for re-election to the position he Agriculture program. The The Woman's Club ,
other interested persons here last now holds, and will qualify dur tractor was officially received al Board through its attorney, A. G.

Thursday, that he will use the lack Gatlin Plans ing.this period next month. the State Fair in Tampa. The Wednesday evening, February Campbell. Jr. asking for a declaratory -
office of governor to see that U. S. Dickinson : decree to settle the question -
Baldwin said he appre "Bud"
lie To Run For Judge Supt. chapter hopes the tractor will be 12, was the date for a Husband'sParty
four-laned.
Highway 90 is since the Commission did not
,
dates much the opportunity;
very delivered before FFA Week i it at the Woman's Club.
stressed that this must be don he has had to serve the people of over.', Visits Here ThursdayFred On entering the Club House pay the bonus in 1962-63 following -
Interstate JO is even begunin asks us to announc* from the Attorney
before opinion
Jack Gatlin Walton county as their Superintendent Mr. I an
"Happy" Roche is the chap guests were met by a warm andfriendly
order that the economy of West will be a candidate i in during Dickinson wh General.
hat he of Public Instruction ter advisor, Ronald Ifobbs Is the "Bud" atmosphere. Many beautiful
Florida may not be made to suf the May Democratic primaries the past four years and ask Chapter President, and Mr. Ed qualified Tuesday as a candidate arrangements of red camellias The Commissioner's claimed

.fer.;, He sees the four-laning ol md gives us the following state the consideration of the voter Nall Is the Principal of Paxton for Governor in the May Democratic were used throughout the through their attorney at that

,90 as an opportunity for the communities sent of his qualifications: In the Democratic primary. His High ,School. primaries will be hen club room and dining room. time S. M. Preacher that the 1955

in this area to strengthen 'In announcing my intent 1 to now serving his first term as; Thursday Feb. 20, in the interest Mrs. Walter V. Johnson program Act had been set aside by another -

and grow. un for Judge of Walton County; County Superintendent. Heart Fund. Volunteers of his candidacy. chairman, Introduced Dr. special act passed in th -

Mayor Burns also stressed the I: offer these qualifications!; Perform Extremely lie will come here from Crest- Ellery H. Harvey, who showed 1061 session.
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need for improved facilities the for I received six battle star County Agent Notes Valuable Service view accompanied by q motorcade slides the Harveys had taken on Paul Thompson inherited the

higher education throughout' while serving with the Marine ......-- and will tie at the Hut Restaurant vacations through New England in suit for the Commission when he
state and described as appalling"1he" detachment aboard the heav; from 200: to 3:00: p.m. for the
Attorney
which exists In out By H. O. HarrisonBEAUTIFUL ,11their child-bearing yearn, the fall and through Arizona in was appointed
situation ol cruiser Portland in world war II. HOMES women seemingly have special' A cordial Invltnt'on is extended the spring Board two years ago. and he and

'universities whereby forced so many out ol "I attended Business College, protection atsJnst heart attack to all who are interested in Mrs. Guy Davis and her committee the attorney for the School Board

our young people are 'rhipola' Jr. College, three universities Many rural residents of this and stroke. Men In the same. ag:;! government and the future of oui then invited the guests<< to argued the case before the Dis-
school. and took law courses at At.anta ._ state to call by and meet with) table trict Court recently.
who wished were urged county are building some beautiful bracket are highly, vulnerable to the dining room. The tea
Those with Mayor Law School, usually work- homes. Much of this is directly these I leading killers. Mr. Dickinson! at this time. was beautiful with red camellias The Commission now has 15 I
to talk personally .
and he discussed many; .Ing full time during this period. due to proper financing through Medical scientists believe thata red and white candles, many kinds days to ask for a re-hearing.
Burns
questions of interest with them. :'For years, I worked with one< Farmers Home Administration female hormone Inhibits formation MRS. NELLIE MONK 3f delicious sandwiches, cakes, The bus drivers will now draw

' of the world's largest contracting, Thanks to County Supervisor, of lesions within the artery sited pecans carmeled pop corn the bonus for the last two years;

Of irms. I was a general field superintendent Henry Turney and his cooperating walls. Yet a vast proportion of Mrs. Nellie Eloise Monk age 55, spiced tea and coffee. All present under the decision all it now

Area Meeting Gamma and at the time of: committee. Much time and effort I the 1,750,000 volunteers visiting n resident of Ponce de Leon for rnjeyed a very. pleasant evening._ I stands.

Delta Kappa ny resignation was offered Dis- is going into the planning ti' rice) .<.i their neighbors on Heart Sunday,, the post eight years. died suddenly We were happy to have three
-- of the Com- Tuesday night, Feb' 11, OUlls A. L. Hill and
Delta Kappa riot: Superintendent homes. Our Extension Office I It distributing heart-guarding In- \ guests Judge ,
Seven chapters of represented 'any's Detroit District. helping with the landscaping!!: of: formaticm' and .retet fvlng'.rontrlbutlonsVrt : 196 at her home. She was a na.mfcmbcr Wells N UMV;All ,thoso oLua..at k "NOT.ICJI' OF REGISTRATION' .

Gamma Society"'I were_ meeting whirl I' "Prior to any: returning ,,hom< these'homes.' * 'T: '*"""-** ttfls:' 'Heart' &....sd."_win tv.a.L'!W atbsr's"'' bUnty.'nd :W 11 the'party'enjoyed Introducing oui I -FOR VOTING
at the District II1 :d e.Superlntwriden CONTROLThe 1 of the First Baptfs hasb.fs'Cwhle Mrs. Johnson stole. S
Strozier Libraryof I was. n ,INSECT r i b e women in this age grouping. < (
-mf" told 'tin the IS. with one of America's oldest and control of two Lmportan There are several reasons why: Church at Ponce de Leon the norifrirsl Introducing' her The Supervisor of Registration

PStT on Saturday, February Mrs. largest Book manufacturers. Since household insects which occur Women are the traditional Funeral services were conduct. husband and then three guests.It will bo at the following places to

The luncheon speaker was Department hen I have written two novel: throughout! the world the housefly guardians of the family health ?d at 10:00: a.m. Saturday from was a very pleasant party 1 register those who have not registered -
English
the
Olive Cross of in the hand: the Pleasant Grove Church with Next hope to meet the since May 1957.
State Universitywho which are presently and the German cockroach 01 1' and welfare.: They know th.eheartbreak year we I
at Florida her subject: "Cul i of>t my literary agents.Jack ," ''water bug" is most difficult today of helping youngsters the Rev. A. Hayes and Rev A. H rest of the member's husbands Tuesday, Feb. 25: 8:00: a.m. to
chose for Gatlin Morris officiating. Interment followed Mrs. Ellery Harvey. No. 8 Steel Church;
10:00
Mrs. Cross, who although the degree of resistance struggle; against the handicaps of : a.m.
Change.
tures In in the church cemetery, Plea-
No. 24.
to 12:00 noon.
from 10:15: :
returned from the may vary considerably rheumatic fever or 'inborn heart
has recently and for vith Comander Funeral Home Offer Advance Payment lant Ridge Baptist Church; 12:30
another difficulties -
the cultural patterns District Guilds one locality to defects. They know the
Orient, said insecticides.The of caring for aged parents lirecting. 19fi| Peed Grain Program to: 2:00: p.m.. No. 16 Mossyhead
of the Middle and Far East were fet Here SundayAll different important She is survived by her husband Sweeney's Store.Wednesday .
first and most overcome by stroke.
:similar. infects H. G. Monk, tWQ sons: H Growers who take part in the Feb\ 26 8:00: a.m.
these :
Cross praised the people eight Wesleyan Service method of controlling Too often, they know the lone- ,
Mrs. 3. Monk Jr. and Robert Monk,, 1964 feed grain program may sereive i Clear Spring
respect for their Guilds of the Mbrlanna District is sanitation. This measure liness' of widowhood when to 10:00: No. 27,
for their great to grew without both of Crestview, and four dau. a part of the diversion pay- Chrch 10:15: to 12:00: noon.
church a Baptist ;
and said experience is net at the First Methodist: should be relied upon sometimes warning Ward
ancestors Enters; : Mrs. Helen Rhojean ,, ment in advance, Fred W. Spann SchoolHouse
Wise by the husbands felled by heart at Mo. 30, Flowers Quarters
of a source of wisdom here Sunday. Mrs. Ronald extent, particularly are -
thought as house-j /andinsbcrg Air Force Base,, Stabilization 25Chlldren's
/ chairman Agricultural : 2:00 No.
12:30 to p.m.
attention I :
Johr ;
Mrs. Proper
knowledge.Mrs. welcomed the visitors holder.
and wisdom tack.One Tallf., Mrs. Doris Todd, DeFuniak : and Conservation County to 4:00
2:15 : p.m.
and food handling, I Home; :
Cross closed her talk witha o. Wester. Executive Secretary ofthe preparation of the most gratifying as. Mrs. Jackie Hensley,, As
has announced.
and Springs ; Committee, '
description of their food habits. Guilds in the District, presided garbage and rubbish disposal, pects of the struggle is the fact Prairie Tex., and Miss will be I''No. 6 Stella.
Grand
last the to
Introduction ol year program Friday, Feb. 28: 8:00: a.m.
the
in the preparation at the meeting.A prevention of that early volunteers witnessing
They take great pride are ,Juanita Monk of Ponce de Leon. available for corn and grain sorg Choctaw Beach
33
home will heir 10:00 No. ,
of foods with regard to memorial service as a tri Insects into the a payoff. Within their There two brothers: L. L. : ,

variety and texture with such bute> to the memory of an active a great deal. If be food denied and breeding them- period of Heart Association service Wright are DeFunlak Springs, and hum.Up to one-half of the estimated Church Church; 10:15: ; 12:30 to: 12 to noon 2:30: Portland p.m..
web of duck's foot swallOW md beloved Guild member, Mrs places can they have seen rheumatic
things as exist Roy C. Wright of Panama City,, total diversion payment may be School.
to
'. nest soup, and baby birds Eleanor Carlan, was conducted bj; Insects cannot continue fever become a preventable dis- and two sisters, Mrs. Callie Bran- made in advance, at the pattlcfpant's Freeport

considered delicacies. frs Alex Ca swell. in large numbers. eases. Inborn heart defects affectIng DeFunlak Springs, and Mrs. at the time of
non, request,
Members from DeFunlakSprings A short business session followed When basic sanitation measures more than 30,000 children born Calhoun of Panama City, Chamber of Commerce
Carrie possible
be signing up or as soon as
attending this meeting Miss Malone's talk. The have been carried out, it may yearlyl can be corrected through Also surviving is her father, Mr after that time, the chairman ex- Community CalendarFeb.
bj
were Mrs. Emory Campbell, Miss "Toup then adjourned to the Fellowship necessary to supplement them ; new surgical procedures. Within Warren W. Wright, Sr., of De- plained. The rest of the diversion

Maude Saunders and Mrs. Ever- Hall,, for the sociar hour. use of newer insecticides currently the same 15 years new drugs have Funlak Springs. There are eight' payment and all of the price-sup 20. -Valley View PTA, 7:00:

ette Yates. The: Valentine motif was carried recommended by your count), been developed to help control. grandchildren. port payment offered by the program P.M.
out in the decorations'and refreshments agent. If very severe infestations high blood pressure thus helping will be made next fall. West DeFunlak PTA 7:00:: P.M.

Coy Burgess Represents that were served dur- are preseint. it may be desirableto to guard against heart, brain and MRS. OLLIE DARBY The advance payment provision Paxton Rurttan. 7:30: P.M.

American Breeders Service ng the social hour. employ the ,control services operator of a reputable kidney damage. More heart attack Mrs. Ollie Almar Darby, age 63,, should be of substantial benefit to Heart Dinner. Drive.
pest victims are surviving, and Feb.,, 23-Heart
Coy Burgess Rt. One tells us Ed Puckett Graduate Such experts can reduce the numbers more are returning to work. of Darlington died Friday morning growers who can use'some the spring extMready Feb. 24-Beta Sigma( Phi. 7:30:
hospltal. cash during
local
within 'the effective Feb. 14, 1964 In a -
he Is now representing American of insects to With the heart diseases still P.M.
> CourseEd .
01 Management native of Leonia, she plantingseason.
A
Service Inc., of Chicago, range of control measures Freeport Lions, 7:00: P.M.Del'Uniak .
Breeders ,
for 84
responsible over percentof member of the Reedy Assembly As in 1953. the 1964 feed grain
the average was a P.M.
as a qualified livestock insemina- Puckett, ;Jr. of Creel Ford which may be Control used by particularlj. all deaths the importance of of God Church, in north program offers participants a pay- Lions. Girls 7:00: H>0 P.M.

Co.. Inc., has been certified as a home owner. the volunteer's role in the 1(64 ment for diversion of eligible Feb. 25--Rainbow :
tor.Mr. tc Holmes county.
tells us he has of household insects resistant Beta Sigma Phi. 8:00: P.M.
Burgess cannot be over-stated.
campaign
raduate of the dealership mangement about Funeral services were conduct cropland to aproved conserving
training course in insecticides, may be brought Kiwanis 12:15: P.M.
completed a Fund Chmn.
Motormpany's -Heart
Ford
this field and feels that this, course Atlanta, at Marketing: In- :largely through the use of good,, e sd at 2:00: p.m. Monday of God from Church the uses the, and normmal a price-support production paymenton of the Feb; 27-Social Security Income +-
Assembly
along with the years of experience practical sanitary' measures. CARD Of THANKSWe Reedy Participating Tax meeting. Paxton. 7:30: P.M.
titute. 1964 feed grain acreage.
John Singletary
he has had with livestock, TIMBER LAND with the Rev. Great Books Discussion 7:30.:
The is one of several will also qualify
course Bowers offtelat growers
Is
him in this field. county's timberland and Rev. Clifton
well qualify the Institute fur Walton wish express or thanks to loans
available at Interment followed in the for price-support or purchase Miss
timber
We wish him every success in one third more Ing. Mrs. Fran Gilbert and
growing
Balers their personnel and Ford ill those friends and neighbors with Comander agreements on their entire
this' he has taken up. it did 25 years ago. This It Leonia Cemetery Vessle Deal of Chipley. were
work Motor Company employe ClassR than who were so kind to us in our directing. production from the feed grain -
stands. fire Funeral Home outoftownwho
oi due in part to better bereavement In the loss of Mrs among those from
conducted by a staff
are elimination of She is srvlved by three sons: acreage. District Meetingof
C. C. Carpenter Voted instructors control and the Perry L. Wallace and to aU the and grain attended the
professional, full-time DeFuniak The acreage of corn
Motion To Make farm., Use 24DIn Preston Darby, Springs, the Wesleyan. Service Guild at
brush on your
Against front m.na.ement lingers and the lovely flowers. been combined into
range has :
Subjects ames Darby with the U. S. Armyn sorghum, First Methodist church onSunday
Contract the
oil.
Study Of Garbage and merchandising courses diesel broadcast God bless you all. Hawaii and Monroe Darby, one total feed grain base for each
peanut afternoon.
to salesmanship andfor To !avev labor, The Wallace FamilyMR. six dauhters and a producer may. divertone
Councilman C. C. Carpenter has managers fertilizer before planting, of Lewlsville, Ala., and farm
and their department of the feed grainsIn
dealers Bertha Conrad, or more
Mrs.
asked us to motion report that made he at voted the pecialized workshops for st.ffmembers. Turn the land and plant after a T. W. OAIMBY meads:, Fla., Mrs. Lucille Tender- the total base. His diversion NOTICEThe

recent against meeting the of the City Council rain. Mr. Thomas Franklin Oalney, ion and Mrs. Minnie Elmore bothf payment will be made at the per- Post Office wll! be closed

to proceed with preparationof Mr. and Mrs. H. O. HInton age 92, a resident of 310 N. 6th ) Houston. Tex., Mrs. Ruth Doer- acre rate applying to the grain ill day Saturday, February 22nd

bids for a contract for garbage development Ministry At spent the weekend In Pensacola meet. died in a local hospital ng, Ft. Rucker, Ala., and Miss diverted. The minimum diversion a National Holiday There
service. Peasant Ridge ChurchThe visiting Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Tuesday folloing a prolonged ill- JoAnn Darby and Miss Betty under the program will be 20 will be no city or rural delivery.'

The motion was made by Councilman Hinton. 1 tess. He was a native of Geneva Jean Darby, both of DeFunlak percent of the farm's feed grain All mall will be dispatched ascheduled.

Bill Shultz and secondedby Pleasant Ridge Baptist Miss Joann Chesser of Fort county, but had resided in De- Springs. There are two brothers: base acreage. .

Council President Glenn Rowe. Church of Route 2. Westvllle, has Walton spent the weekend here runiak Springs since 1942. Henry Peterson Greenville and While participation in the 1964reed Marie M. Underwood.

who was not presiding at that ntcred the 1964 Southern Baptist with her parents Mr. and Mrs. He was a member of the North- Take Peterson of Hell wood. Ala., grain program is voluntary' Postmaster..

time. Church Development Ministry the C. T. Chesser. side Baptist church. md one sinter: Mrs. Emma: Ram- the price-support payments and

Councilman; Jay McDaniel also sstor. Robin Adams, announced vMr.. and Mrs. Hugh Adams wentto Funeral services were conductd r''ey, of Pensacola.: Twentytworandchildren loans' -as well as the diversion Weather Report
available only
will be
the motion but did this week. Jacksonville the first of the at 2:30: p.m. Wednesday tifter- [ also xurvlve. payments-
voted against :
not request as did Carpenter, Sponsored by the Home Mission week to get Mrs. Ernest Adams loon from the Comander Funeral Pallbearers Included 'Tom Carroll to growers who carry out the pro Low Rain

that i'e minutes show he voted Board of the Southern Baptist who had been visiting relatives tome Chapel with the Rev. Glen Berg& English Floyd Engh (ram's provivslons. Date High
20
it. Convevntion the plan is to there. Spence officiating. Interment fol- h, C; D. Whlteheatl. Comer Siffnup. for the program will February 12 59

against stimulate interest in church work, Miss Marvette Jenner of Pensa- owed in the Magnolia Cemetery. more and Harold Dot-ring. I continue at the ASCS county offIce 13 65 33

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jernigan Each participating church sel- cola was a business visitor here He Is survived by two sons: through March 27. 14 65 66 39 38 .17.50

children of Pensacola. spentTuesday cts projects relating to the local Monday. jorrie Bruce Cainey and Lester Mrs. Bill Decker and daughers. 15
and here. hurch, the local! commmunlty,,, Franklin Galney, both of DeFun- Donna and Mary Jane ofensacola Marine Captain Walter C. Caw- 16 61 32

and world-wide missions. An In. MADE DEAN'S LIST ak Springs, and three daughters: spent Saturday' herewith thon. son of Mrs. Arthur Leiser, 17 62 34

and Mrs. Bob Moore Mr. ,,entory questionnaire furnishes I Miss Cathy Campbell daughter Urs. Stella Williams Quincy, Mr relatives.Mr. graduated Feb. 20 fro mCommunl- 18 63 47 little 1.85Forecast
Mr. Marine cloudy
Moore and Mr. and Mrs. uggestions for projects such as I of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Camp- Wattle Galney., DeFuniak Springs and Mrs. Wallace Cobb of Miens: Officer School at : Partly '
Dan Va. He with in the 60's
Moore Jr., are guests of leadership training, community bell, Jr., was named on the Dean'sIJIt md Mrs. Ha Kee of Pensacola. Wcevllle were guests of Mr. Corps. Schools, Quantlco warmer highs low
Harry wind 8-18 m.p.h..
and operationalcommunications.
forth west
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry recreation programs, and worldwide at Pensacola Junior College There are 17 grandchildren and -ebb's: parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. studied technical around 3040 percent.JOE .
Moore. Sr. missions. for the first semester. !3 great grandchildren. 3. Cobb last week. : tumidity

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Indian Creek Baptist Church 4
Wilbur Kelly Pastor s!" "
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Davis Lane Baptist Church :
Pastor, Orvls Miller s
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Santa Rosa Baptist. Mission t ? t P / ? "v'd .
Rev. Marvin Taylor ;.
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First Presbyterian. Church F''' :r.: ..
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Circle Drive-D.'udak Spc. >Tl* ? .
Gayle W. Threlkeld. Minister

Glllls Presbyterian'Chapel
Eucheeanna Road
ncFunlmk Springs, Ha.Ciayle .
W. Threlkeld Minister

Cuchee V. Presbyterian Church .
Freeport Presbyterian: Church % \ .'
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Glendale Presbyterian Church /7 j z ;. I :
Red Bay Presbyterian Church Y' + v' seY, ,. ,
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John M. Ash. Minister ,
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Rev. George Mllam /( A ; *
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First Methodist Church, ___ dl \
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Circle Drive. Wast x f
Rev. Sam Shirah f t 1 sue. e.ez '

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Bruce Methodist Church .

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Center Ridge Methodist "7:. .

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Rev. C. C. Colvin n x MI, :.:.;:;

Ponce de Leon Methodist Church
Rev. C. C. Colvin .
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Defuniak Springs First BsptJttLavttWMM.
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East Baptist Church ''r'i p
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Baldwin Avenue baptist Church y+A'c I
W. JbCmidwin Avenue .' .
Rev. Wilbur F. Cotton. Pastor

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North .etd. Baptist Church y3d9 ;
Rev. Ulen Spence

Gaskln First Baptist Church
L. Q. Johnson, Pastor

rreeport Baptist Chtvch '
W. L. Clark. Pastor
THE CHURCH FOR AL.L. The entire message of America's astronauts has not yet been deciphered. .

C.Friendship Lester Weekly Baptist, Pastor Church ALL FOR THE CHURCH Parts of it'stilj' lie locked within instruments, and most of.it. still is hidden I
The Church is the greatest factor in the infinity of But t
and
space. we are learning we. might say that the .
Gaskin South Baptist Church on earth for the building of character I' n" ,
astronauts are our teae ..
and It ia store :
Rev. Tucker Aplln good citizenship. a ;'Cd t
house of spiritual values. Without a
Glendale Baptist Church: Many there was another great Teacher and His
strong Church, neither democracy many years ago message ,,.
Bob Hollar, Pastor nor civilization can survive. There is still being revealed I 1 through I faith to the mind I of mankind. His message # '
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Lime Stone Baptist Church are four sound reasons why every is the path of the Cross . the path to eternal life. .
Rev. Cony Black Pastor person should attend services regu .' .. It

larly and support the Church.They But where do we. find our instructions our briefing? What instruments .; ,.
New Harmony Baptist Church are: ((1))For his own sake. ((2)) For his ;..- 'FRev.
Kenneth Klckllghter children' sake. ((3)).For the sake of can we use to discover this message for ourselves? You.will find it in your : 'T

Oak Grove Baptist Church his community and nation. ((4)) For church", this Sunday. : ::'

W. B. Six, Pastor the sake of the Church itself, which, ... ..1
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Paxtou Baptist Church' needs his moral and material support. We all know now about Cape Canaveral, about bracking"!stations. We v
Plan to church regularly and . .
to
Rev. M. M. Harris go are discovering'more about outer space. -
read your Bible daily. ," ,r n'! f
Pleasant Ridge Baptist ChunkRov. .,
James. Kinchin We know too about the Church. Let us use..it then.as our guide, our"I" "::,;- r.
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Pleasant Grove Baptist Church booster, our thrust to Heaven. h ,

Rev. Malcom M. Harris . :. .
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Red Bay, Baptist' Church 7* .- .C'
Rev. T. R Padgett' ,;

Southwlde Baptist Church Copyright 1964, Keister Advertising;Service: Inc. Strasburg,Va. ,. .ql

Rev. Ivan Martin ." t
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday .
Caoey Creek Baptist ChurchRev. :: Sunday Friday Saturday .
T. J. ADd_ '. Deuteronomy Psalms Isaiah Matthew, Matthew Galatin Colossians ".. .f
.. 4:1.10: 27:7-14 2:1-11: '418-25; 7:24-29: 1:11-24<< 1:24-29 .,. < "
Clear. Springs BaptistRev. fJewri.
J. L. Harris "


Rev.Darlington' Aubrey Baptist Todd These Religious Messages ere Beinq Published Each Week in DeFuniakHerald! Sponsored .;<

Liberty Assembly otf t7siChttlsi;

J. W. SlngletaryChildren** Haste alJ r.. :by Following Interested Individuals and Business Establishments: 1 '

Pastor: Guas fun ell .1')'
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Paxton Assembly ef Oe4 -
W. A. Whltaker '"Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott ,

West End: A' GOOD HARDWARE STORE PLUMBING HEATING ..
Assembly Cary Richards -IF'IT' BURNS OAS-CALL 'US" A B.. well
Til LiVE: 'OAK AVK. Plggly Wiggly I R
Cluster Springs Baptist Church" CONTRACTOR Rivard Chevrolet
George W. Thomsson, Putor. r FORD CAIN'S King & Co. TK ORIGINAL $.lf-8.rvlc.
Company
Mossy Head Baptist Mlssiom 't Standard StationQA6
Comander
Floyd Garrett, Pastor I* w Furniture Co. Ftuieial
3rur.y
OIL Peoples Water Service
Home
Argyle Baptist Mission WASHING GREASING -
Rev. Lee K1D8' Company MERCER COMANDER. u.u* Th. Heralu t
feel Ford Co. '
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Lake Stanley Baptist Chuvm OF COASTAL FLORIDA
Rev. Harold R. Padgett Wear Store
W e Department Henry Gerber Choctawhatchew
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RITZ THEATRE YOUR PURINA DEALMMoore
Store Electric Cooperative,
... Western Auto GET MORE:!: OUT OF LIFE- Furniture ('. Inc.
GO OUT TO A MOVIE" ,
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Walton MenusFEBRUARY l! )- cova'' C.&sa'.RElpT4! _WALTOJf' cot1I'fTY": .ft lUU.-.oI.un7.&ar 1DATE OP TRIAL DISPOSITION OF CASt:
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I I1 DATe 1003.NAMJIJ ARRESTlNo ornCKR CJ .I&G'" AT T -6-04 Nol pro ,

24.28 "an. 11 .10110 A. Holder .1r. ft.e8pree.. Dtop. Bberlf Pa1IW'e to qu..U' M JIet.a.11 Dealer
beans and vl- --\1 tV: Rt A; Fa= "= : 1-8-84 Nol proaNII
Monday-Baked Mar. 9 Amend Copeland Baldwin, Dep. Sheriff ah1D.
with ]lettuce : $21\.00 oaeI bond eatreated
hamburgers TOPICS
cnnas, 1.3-84
: = .n. Porter BlllcJwln, Dep_ lbertft Drunk
and tomatoes, cabbage, carrot and L\I : 21c-I: ;A '' 1.14-114 $25.1)(1 ash bond a-atr.ated
raisin salad, apple sauce, cake, Apr. c'e I4. SmithMcDsnlet. PUP DnYlAC on wronlr aide' ot road
W bS $2\.00: cash bond IIItre.ted
rolls, milk.Tuesday. A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine, 27 Ralph Justice Reepress. Dap Sheriff Wort1t.l check 1-3-64
-Turkey and rice, hot- Your Loral Medical Society: and the I1W iiZ;' 1.14.04 $21).00) say bond estreatedC.JIA.al
Florida Medical AsonauoxSTATISTICS , May McLau@hlln Baldwin, Dep. Sheriff No dIIVK. license
dogs, English peas and carrots, \ l.ts-64 $25.00( cash bond estreated
pickles beets, blueberry muffins, IMPORTANTVital 3IWA.J..InfinaClr C..well. Dep. Sheriff OontrtbutI to tbe deUDquey 01 .
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mSn No
peaches, rolls, milk. !! statistic deal with the June 8e KNuaene Manning Baldwin' D ep. Sheriff Anoow falooltolie ..era. ... to- be .8-84 protllN'
Wednesday Minute steaks, record of births, death, ill- 8 lwnsumW on loan... pre 1--84 Nolle pf'MeJulylO

corn dogs, potatoes au gratin, rates, and the geographical; O ]N-9.34 Manning BaldwIn, Dep. Sheriff Po..e..1on of _abiDe $34.00 cotIIIb bond elltrutedll1w

green beans, carrot sticks Play- distribution and 1 physical environment ('at-hell lOl1bert_ Evans. Dap Sheriff Drunk 1-3-84
tV ,
of mankind. Many people 13.84 i5o' UaO bond estr.at..d.
boy cookies, rolls, milk. *, the ancient Hebrews and Willard-M-A-, Mount Re prDep.. sheriff Petit larceny '
Thursday-Tuna Runs cheeseburgers Romans for instance 1003
kept records -
cab bond 'atrented2IW
25.00 (
spinach stuffed celery, of their population by July 20W 9111. AtW.11! Re prNe, Dap Sheriff Drunk 1-3-64
fruited Jello, rolls, milk. census. Births were being Rex Edwards 1-14-G4 $35.CJO 'INIh' bond estreatod '
with beans fish counted during the second cen Bahaman Conet. Drunlr
Friday-Chili A y tyrh bond estreated22W.MA
wich and potato sticks, lettuce tury A.L) and data regarding 31$111t!; I Alford Dtop. sheriff Drunk 1-14-G4 $25.CJO
deaths became of interest
to $60.00 co.,11 bond estreatedWMA.23
and tomato salad, apple cobbler, the public in the Middle Ages. 23 Ray K. rartln ADdenon, Pub. l1tll. CODlm. No cab and 1-3-84

rolls, milk.IN The first law requiring the reporting 23. Lowell I K. 0111 Anderson Pub. tltU. OoIDm. No log booIr- 1-14-64 50.00 elUlb bond 'streated

: of deaths was paused in W. MA.21C 1-3-04 25.00 CUll bond .streateel
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WALTON London in 1592. In 1693. the :ee .Den "hleY BaldwIn, Dep. Sheriff Dn1Dk I

COUNTY FLORIDA NO. 8322 IN CIIANCEKY city of Urcslau, Germany, com 28 c'l Charlie! Rogers Reepr.se. Dep. Sheriff Drunk 1-3-84 $2500 cIUIIa_ bond t'lltreatpd

ROBERT PENTEi and BEATRICE piled vital statistics to show the ? 1-3-64 $::10.01) CRab bond I'lltrelltedAUK.
PENTEL. proportion of men able to hoar 2'1C.I"t) !7ce A. BetheA Alford Dep.. Sheriff' Dndnc oo wrong side road .

VS. Plaintiffs arm and to estimate death: 10 Edward Mack Young McDaniel, PUP No vaN4.. df'M's' > laoe-. 1-3-84 $2.00: rash bond (:"'r(' ted
rates. As early 1632 the WM-A-52
DILL HASTINO and LOUISE as $25.00 cash bond. t'lltreatfodI3W'Mt.
HAST1NO, Grand Assembly of Virginia required I3w Charles 4r. 11m AlfOl"d, Dep. Sb..n' .. losPrepa-tell. 1-14-04.
Defendants. ministers or wardens 13WP.ck4Alford 1-.84 $35.00 cash bond elltreated
NOTICE OP FOKECLOSUKK: from every parish to provide :. O Grant .Jr. McDall.e1.. J"HP? UDI.fuI speed .

Notice Is hereby BALK given pursuant to each year a register of christenings .8''V' R !38Don Maddox C".U, PeDp. Sheriff Drunk 1-3-114' 2500 cnah \bond retreated

final decree of foreclosure entered marriages, and burials.: In 18 WWIllie $150.00Ih! bond stl't'nted21W'M'
by rOd. Circuit Court of Walton County, the year of 1815, there were .MA 1)):' Drown Pfeiffer, FEP _'. 13eck1oes dl'lYlDc 1.3-64. .
In that certain cause thereinpending some four cities in the United 1-3-64 $35.00 CROPS bond entreated
U. Myers VnUwful speed ,
: : SaltllD\&n, Coast;
bearing- Docket No. 8322 and ;
States A 2 eld ROW
keeping death records.In : Failure to y1
in cash bond
which the captioned peraons weresavned 22 Dewitt 1-14-64 .2500 retreated
F. Iienley valid elrivers 1105950
McDallle1. PUP No
1842 Massachusetts
plaintiffs end defendants the nder passed WM-9.28
E Leo Andrews, Clerk of circuit the first modern registration 1003 '
Court of Walton County Florida law 22 Ectwatd E. Johnson No void drivers license 1-14.64 U500 cast. bond catreatedWMA.40 .
"ellterFHP
will on the 2 day of March. 1O64. in "
front of the Courthouse in DeFunlak When the American: Medical 1 Aug 22 William I R. Miller Ceen, Pep aberltt ExeseIee speed. 1-3-84 $2500 e"11" bond .."treated23W
1alnUfte and defendanta. the under- Association wa organized: it W
ins: the legal hours of sale, offer for James 1-3-64 .2500 CALLS bond .tr.ated.
Philadelphia in 1847 it Sher.r 'JI'HP Unlawful speed ,
sale and eon to the highest and beat appointed A ..r' M'cDtwI.l,
bidder for caah therefor the following J" committee to study way* 23 Thomas E. Jlarkln. bill 1-14-64 $2500 eRWI bond estreatedWMA.41
Itnprep r pas.fapoa
McDaniel PUP
ctencrlbed property situated, lying and means of improving the
being lit Walton: County. Florida, to- -3-664 $25 00 each bond estreated:
registration of births, deaths an< 24 Jerome C. PadlCett Pfeiffer, PEP No v3I4 drivers 1105n5s"

wit Tats; 1 and 2. Block '70. Town of marriages. Physicians j thtoiijzh- 24 WM-A-42 Rey C Threat J- side '1-3-664 $5000 cash bond entreated
fanta fto... Walton County Florida. out the country were" urged by C-M: A-27: McDtw1el. SlIP DriYInCWI'ODC

the association I to request their 24cI.t..V2 John B. PlnkJen Baldwin, D.p Sherlft. Al.wng"anI" parses to drive 1.14-64 $25 Ml roAm bond t'lItrcBted
(SEAL) E. LEO ANDREWS states to establish officers i for
Clerk Circuit CourtWalton I 2. 'Henry Boone Draa1G 1.3-114 $25.00 cash bond entreated
County. FloridaBy \ the collection of vital statistics M-9.46 Pfelff.r, PUP

Iva Adklnson. D. C. Statistics are important-especially 24W Thomas N. Ollypr Cuwell, Dap Sheriff 111stdd eitlvtag 1-3-64 '.00.00 caalt bond e.treated
Douglas M.ltnTdrew. in public health to A-no
I'Of O. Box 326neFimlak show what conditions prevail- : 26 Fred Freeman flaltaman, Coast Deatroyla6 penon/l. property 1-9-84 $35.00 cash bond estreatedCMA29

: Springs, FlaIt and to check on the. relults .1 Edward Reapreaa. Dap Sheriff No drlvlsg, LIC.oas 1-14-64 *25.00 cash bond estreateel27w
27W 0Unmlln ...
: February 20, 1964 work done. The unrest of Vital M ": -
Statistics of the Florida Joe. Marvin Eclwarde NeD_.... .7aEP\ Unlawful spied 1-14-64 $25.00 cash bond 'etreated

State hoard oi Il-alih is one 2SWM- A-4o T. Davis Saltatnan C.etst: l51 'pslWit foe oar length -14-64 $35.00 cl\8l1 bond estre..ted
of the most\ acute and' impor- 40
tant units in Nfl tate healthorganization. 29 WMAouglas MushaU Pfelftel', PEP- t14Mve'sa IIoeDM to _User 1-3-64 $25.00 cash bond e.treated29H
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; .;t N, Lumpkin/ Pfeiffer, PHP D59i5drdtpus. UoeJ1M or .nother 1-3-64 25.00 cash bond -estreatedW..A20'
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]Mrs. Mike Brunson and daugh 1003Au. '
.,. 29 Robert K. Pearce Alford .Dap. SII.ntf: ._ = driV..W IfeM80 1-3-64 $25.00 cash bond estre.ted
ter of Elba, Ala., spent the weekend WMA3229Wllllam .
here with her parents, Mr. -M-A-21 I Melville Sle.noma In AteDanlel. PEP ::- U'alawful'' sssf1 1-3-64 $25.00 cash bond "t'rated29W

end Mrs. Jack Morris BI11y Locke 8 0 Plnt'U.. County .moY1Da mortgaged property -14-64 $25.00 cash bond t'lltreated ,
J. V. LAWSON. OWNER Mr. and Mrs. Dell Morris of A W'
29w Anna: cQue..n Cantrell Pfeifter PUP to "Ict drivers IIceDM 1-9-64 $25.00 cash bond estr..ted2gc
Laurel, Miss., spent the weekend '' A-43 ...
here with his mother. Mrs. W. T. _Alphouao n. Harris 8altaman, Cast Failure to display \aI14 tag 1-14-64 $35.61) cash bond estreated
M A-2S
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THURS.FRI.lUSINSHU. Morris. 30 H V. Caunon Bahaman, Cond- 17al&WIMI 8pMct 1-9-ts4 $35.00 en&h bond estreated
W-M-A.4o .
30W Louis L. Oaln..)'. Alford, Dep. .BbeI1tt gbrthlew 4eheclE 1--64 $211.00 cash bom eatreated31w

I IfUAtYWtAAP N. A. DIXON William. R. Savelle Alford Dep, BbedfI. Drunk: 1-3-64 $25.0t rash bond t'streMed31w
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Well' DrillerI B.'i...F..2131WCllaayton itobenson Saltllman. Coast Rsckles ddvlag'. 1-3.64 *35. O ruth bond elltreated

specialize in 2. 3 and 4 in. wells. Moore Caawell, Dep. Sheriff R.eklen' drtYfDC" 1-3-64 .L..k. ._. .. U5.0D cash pond e'trcated!' q31C

Rotary equipment. Call 533-2048. _Charles L. DawllUn Pfeifter PUP No ,slid. cft1Ye... licsn e 1.14-64. $2:1.00: cash bond estreated ""

Vernon, Florida 8..pt.cl.M Tommy M-A.19. A. 01baon Caswell Del' ShwUf Drunk- 1-14-64 25.00 cash bond .streated .

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CLEARANCE SAL: SEWING 1 C-M-A-58 Hugo T' lIulih. Pfeiffer:, PUP Iris ....'..... 1-14-64 $25.\D\ eAllh bond .streated -

machines Vacuum cleaners. $7.50 1 Wuhent R. N.veU" McDsnt.l: PRI" R1.u
up Ph.(134-1217( Vofiu !*S vring 2 W-M-A-4t Gerald Nsy Whe.tI.y JAcDanfel/ PEP wrou. aide r ':
VIIIItUM IJrIYInC OD of road 1-3- t25.00 cash bond estreated
Center 404 E. Wright St.; Pensa- W-as-A.2o r

PAkN510tf rl cola, Fla. l:30.2:20chg.JACK'S : S..pt. 2wiiA 021 OndeJ'IICheld slt.msn Coast' Reckless drtYinc 1-3-84 $35.00 cash bond .streated .-

2 lie DuabPe Er-sprees. Dtop. Sheriff alt and run 1-3-64 .'.. :
VENETIAN BLIND I .J..Il12. .15.00 cash bond trecateel

SATURDAY Service Florala, Alabama. We offer 2 )'fAA'51Cod)' Cu.ell, Pep. Sheriff Dsm ging pay WlepboDe 1.9-64 $25.00 cash bond .treated.

DOUBLE FEATURE the very best service on repairing 2 j.fIl.A. Cody Caswell Pep. Sheriff Drunk 1-9.64 $25.00 cash bond eetreateet
Venetian blinds. We install SI
3 altunan, Condo Improper
new tapes, cords or clean and Wbtti A tJifunp 1-3-64 $35.00 eu.sh bond eetreated

refinish your blinds for a sum 4 WM uaAL.. Merritt: McDaniel, FHP No valid driven lIe_... 1-3-64 $25.00 cash bond estr..ated

1 much less than the price of new 4 k.r1YU 4r"ranw 40 ,.. .l1eon McDaniel FHP No valid driven beats 1-3-84 $35.00 cash br'.': :-rrs1: :
We manufacture the finestin
ones. 4 CBetty 4Barton McDaniel FlIP No valid drtrere license
X- l.g-84 ;.
custom-made blinds and drapes Wb' A 3Z: $25.00 cash b .xcari

For a courteous salesman to call 8 John A 21 8l1elb Dee Pfeiffer pup Unlawful t peed 1-14.1 $35 00 oath b....,. a :,ateWM -

> on you, call 8-4012. 5 John Henry Il1tra.nbothanaPf.Hfer, FRP: No valid drivers license 1.14.64
WMA 496 "i $25.00 rash bond .. .card
FOR SALE: WATER FRONT John S Groom Ssltunan Const'\ Driving on weesgatd.c 1.14-84 .
$100.00 .
o.h .,
WM A 80e (Drinking) bon.: .c: ted
4 < lots and wooded in lots. On 8 Ur ) Henry McDaniel PEP No valid drivers license 1.14-64 '
Choctawhatchee Bay located on A 40nn1U '25.00 cub bon ; :ntted

Okaloosa-Walton county; 1" In 7 Wli Jsmca 1 !:onldaa Davis Pfeiffer PUP tfnlawnll speed 1-3.84 $25.00 cash! txr', teated

Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1 7 Willie Vaughn R eep r e s.. Dep. Sbittff .Driving whU.'uad-Influence' : 01' 1-3-64
WM :. hq be,. $100.0 cash bond estre.ted
Box 259 Villa Tosso, NJccville. 7 Walter Avery. Keown ftespre, Dep. Sheriff Unlawful peed 1-3-114
W>tf A 24 $35.00 cash I bond eetreated
r. wIOBBYVU JOE WALLS BUSINESS MA. 7 t '. lIendenon McDanIel, FHP No valid drivers. 'u.... 1-14-64 .
((25.00
111Ul" 3olUCI1.rd cash bond eetreRted
CRICKOS'JREOOf( CANNON CHINES Sales & Service. De-

101181V 1I109I.1EJ1Y IEStA{.1JI 1 (1VINAIQI! Funlak. Fla. TW G-4141. Free 8 ,t'ldA iwn: Mitchell Pfeiffer, FHP Drivlag on wrortRUSS. 1-3-64 3.00: eaah bond .tre.ted

II Richard Chndwlck Taco Pfeiffer, PUP NotvaUd dn'u-. -3-64 ,
Frees
ALSO estimates on repair also pickup WM A 32 U5.00 e\h! bond eatr..teet

and delivery speed: : 1-3-64 $.33.(,<) cash bond estreatedMcDaniel '

THEKentuckianl FOR RENT: UNFURNISHED Juanita E. Caldwell FHP. Dr\YIDC\ onwroag" aide l-I.M $13.00
WF A 44 cash bond ed..ted
Lower, 4-Large Rooms & Bath. 11 Hirem Javeph Ard ft..pre.. . Pep. Sheriff No vend. dd$5Mtllewset 1 1-3-64
12 Orange. Herman Miner. JanZGtf W1iTi A S'1 $25.00 cash bond eatrted
12 W1'ner Ut'orge Ernat Foster Flip VDIawfu.PMd 1.14.94Pfeiffer .
625.00 ...
WMA 5tl' .11 bond estreated
FOR RENT: NEW THREE BEDROOM 13 Homer H. Ke1lt'y PUP DriYInC' wroa g' 1114e" 1-3-64
Drinking) $35.0( each bond e.tr..ated.
WM
living room, dining loom, h.1'1IIi!I Jackson pt..Ut..r. PID' NJ valid.ddSSlS Rosa...
In Color kitchen family room, IVi baths. CM: A 22 1:14-64: .3S.oo: cash bond estreatedEverett
Call collect: McCowen Const. Co., !: It. Iiimebaugl, Caswell DeP Sheriff No mid drivet8IR4as0 $2S.00: cosh baud eetr.ated

Burt Lancaster MU 2-2950 or MU 2-1390 at 13 w Iliiam: 174 France Saltsman, Cones 4 11DIawru1, speed 1.1464r
.35.00 eMh bond ....tre.tedIe
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Crestview', Fla. 14Ct.ol: rl40lUey Alford, Dep. sberUr Drllnlo"WM 1.14-64
--- A f25.00 cosh bond eetrelated
FOR BALE: NEW HOME, small ;: e 29M. Do. Pfeiffer, PUP ))vel4 N CJ1..IIee. 1.14-64
SUN.-MON.-TUES. RrenA .23.00 cash load ..etre.tedWM"
equity\ and assumo payments; 18Ww'1I1.."" 54D. Bowman fteepre.. Dep Sheriff DnaaIr- 1-8-64
move In. Englcbrccht Road.; Call .. ... 123.00 cash bond retreated
ftH>pre... Dep. SherUf" No Y&Ud drivers license
collect: McCowen Const Co., MU II WIf Tommie .1QO Durham 1.14-64" 21.00' cash bond estreatedWMA .

} 2-29SO or MU 2-1390 at Crest- 1 prJ: Jefferson McDaniel PEP ., pssgidggwiktlbwSr, 1.14-64 /
311 \, $2.'1.00 rash bond estreated
view, ,Fla. 19 Anna K. Berger Bsitanan. Const :,:. "j, --larpropee p&Mtq In ............ ..... 1364-
wr A III :>.. CcnarYe) $33.00:!: ( cash I bond retreated
FOR RENT: 100 ACRES Cropland :10: Lronard n. Cunningham Ftt'Uter, FUP Unlawful apeect. 1.3.84

I i.2 cheap. United Farm Agency, 20 WMA Don 9Co"na.. asltaman Coast- VnlWtlsi SpBM, 1.11-84 $2.1.00 cash bona retreated

Phone TM 4-7831. 2:13: tfchg WM tM.IT $3.'i.00 cash bond retreated
--- 20 Fl1\orv Jr.. .Jo..lIn German-. 00ftaI. ,t... Pall FNIt 4>Rlgs. 1N,WB f l.g-114
: oaa av ; !:F- JIIo prOS.
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O1al9cEIE.aeansO. FOR SALE: 1959 Impala Sports 20 i..onnrdOB. Cunningham Pfeiffer, PH? d1lvNeslislaie. 1.8-114
Coupe: Power Steering, white A U500 ca311 bond retreated
21 Tarry Rooker Caswell Dep.. 8b""'; .
QCOMING with red interior, low mileageand I II-IK
$25.00
WMA cash bond
estreatedWAi
very clean, throughout.; '' Part 22 n rJaOlUey Pfeiffer, Slip pstg... l.a.M

FElL 26.28 cash, balance In monthly pay- A 40 .25.00 cast bond t'etre.ted ,
23 F. D Orantham Caswell Dep.. SbNNl. >
ments. Phone TW 6-3791 after WM A 4 l.e-M.2.00!I cash' bond retreated
rb BI.IOt'k Bahaman, Ooftal r YWM .
24 Robert 1-14-64
'
8 J
p.m. A 24 $35.00 cash.
bond
estreatedZS
Goriest : t (. Baker McDaniel, PBP' U 1ds _;:, 1.3-64 ,
WANT TO TRADE: A TWO w 1 u.m48J $25.00 cash bond .atr..ted
] location 28 Asn dcDAnlel; PH?' 1IIIIIftbee.-.ac aScI.
bedroom home, good 4 4nhn.on 1-14-64
Bloodiest C"t4 A Z.'i.OO cash bond
retreatedWMA
near school, nice shrubbery, 303E. 28 TMV1A Wayne Benson JcDanlel PRI"' /fl ed 64.1;a"9Ieb1eI. UDder 1.3.84
1 ..
1I .dNo \ Cobb Ave Crestview for homein ?n __g.s $2500 callh! bond estreatedWMA
,\ McDan.... PID" 4a'elltMB1ranedlae _
I 16 Ad" 28 n."I 'Vayna Benson U'AgIp.od aocaee of 1.3.84 -
"d.r DeFunlak Springs, same value. "n U5.00 ClUIh 'I"W1'f
{ O _! -"..U.c&- DUn.''' Call MU 22403. 2:13.20.27chg: 28 .......,,, ,., Rh."bte. PrelifeI', PRP wf ullspeed -3-801 bond retreated
WI'
SPEC" & A 315 $25.00
ese11 bond ..
.lItr..ted
"... '..... ..d 0 Clover Ptelffer, PRP' 1MIMrtu1 speed l-g-64 _
s"Tlt40"-s\ TRY DIADAX TABLETS (for- 2"wi:[ : 1 825.00 cash bond estreated
1N mely Dex-A-Dict), New name, 28 n..hI ;;",.n. Benson McDaniel PHP" Iw"Y6IIct drt n U_ 1-3-601

BLOOD same formula, only 08c. Llghtfoot 29 wet dlY A Fart Clark Pfeiffer, rHP yAlatA4ddnrs. license 1.g.U $23.00 cash bond .etrea.ted

2:13,20,27: 3:5: chg. 1Vat 29 $25.00 caalt
Drugs. It bond eetreated .
COLOR -- 29 nnM Allen JJfo.r Pfeiffer, rHP 'rrYing oa hUt 1.14.64 ;

FOR SALE: 28 ACRES ON w. 29 \0 nmn'r.,A l9 Rogers 8altsman Ctuut' 1mpf1 M+4411 1-3-ts4 $35.00 cash bond estre.ted

90. 4 house needs repairs A 20 $35.00
room WM cash bond retreated
)McDaniel No v1t4dAN1gt1oen.e
V $7,250, $1,500 down, good( termson 29 A'Mrt ::. M..L..l1an. Jr. FHP. 1.3.64aen _
.. $21).00) cub bond retreated .
2Lloyd Sberttl .
Caswell Dep. Ault5e/5.rp
balance. Adatvn Pomeroy 416 -
I'I 9 + 1 1.3-1
: : .
; .:+i7lrtw:
V -
s 10
So. Osceola St. Orlando FJa. s 00 clash bond retreated
::10 W'a.wi ..., Thompson HaltatnAn. CoDat. "' t.3-64

2:13,200,27chr.: YI1\f'A 2* Jt"eon McDaniel PIlI' ...... 83-'.0 0 Cash hand t'streated
OCT \ 1.1.64McDaniel.
'v A ;
FOR SALE: 220 ACRES CLOSE 0, PEP tyg gllWitNggga $2500 cash hood .tr..ted. .
a +tpo W' 'o.n 1.14-84
TO US 98 and Blue Mountain 1 .... $23.00
/ 11lta'! cash bond retreated
O Bahaman Conal: !
T'-'rd..o"c.
Road asking $350 acre, good b > ; 1-8-64
WM vJ ......... Subject has valid DL
Baldwin 6lrwl/f.
terms. Adalyn Pomery, 418 So. B.ntr1ArpRn" Dsp ..... ddvlagt I.'...
Osceola St. Orlando, Fla. $25.00 e..n bond .treated
4 raomss Lee Tucker Pf..lff.r, PUP Ifo Y&Ud ddrfl IIoeIaM 1"-114
2:13.20.27chg.: WAS A 19 .-- Case d1aiao..d-BubJect sent to State
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73-PUHL1S11ED EVERY THURSDAY__ eF1.1H1AX SPRINGS: FLORIDA, ..
--r'-,: -... -..._._.._, .._"".........1 THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1961'
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]5 0 / 1 p
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with purchase of 1 rile With: Stamps$10.00 1 th'IitiIiji
10 Lb. Bag! or More r
Idaho Potatoes Food Order

Exp. 2-22-61 Exp.; 2-22-61 .. :;; Fla. Gr. A Med. Aunt Jemima

Grand I Prize. Jitney Jungle 16 oz. Box
50 Stamps 50 FREE Grand;; '
with purchase of Stamps I
with purchase oft
.
23 Lbs..1 I) .
Dog Food I'' Gal.I J. .J"I'
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Grand Prize.
50 Stamps FREE; Grand
with purchase of 50 Prize: Stamps 1 tr:
Mrs. Hubbard with purchase of I lb Y 15
Cookies Any
Exp. 2-22-61 Heel Roast eTN ...
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Stamps ---- 10 LBS.
with purchase of
Baby RuthCANDY39C
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Blind Made
Broom or Mop
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10 Bars

Grand I Prize I FROSTY MORN'S LB.
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. 53c Any Tooth purchase Urnnd Paste of JITNEY JUNGLE (LARGE SZ.) ,a, P I CN: ICS I 29*

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with of 3 LB. PKG.
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1 Ib. Roll
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Grand Prize. Frosty Acres i" Grand Prize Stamps
25 Stamps Frozen'DINNERS
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VOLUME 73:PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY :20! 19C*


We Can Understand Why Sen. Tyson Argyle.Home Miss Catherine Cain of the
THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined Would Like to Annex Ua to Alabama Demonstration Club University of Florida] spent the
weekend here wIth her parents
with TilE BREEZE Having once made his ''home in DeFunia The Argyle Home Demdnstrailon Mr. and Mrs. Kurd Cain

DeFuniak Springs Florida Springs, and familiar with the lovely clean Club met Monday: February -mJwu-v-uwv-rJ-r--- w- -_
at beaches and other. advantages of Walton 10 -'O* in the homo of Mrs
Published Every Thursday
"lelmar gland"p
DeFunlak Springs Florida county and this part of Florida, it is easy meeting Rushing.The was called to order 7Dt GS

Completely Covers Walton County Trading Ares to see why Alabama Sen. John Tyson of by the president Mrs. C. t, Gillls m

From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico Mobile would like to take over this: part uf After a short business mcet'ng'
A film on Cancer was shown by
Second-Class Postage Paid Florida and make it a part of Alabama. ]It Mr. and Mrs. Carson. t56

II. C. STORRS, Publisher 1924-1053 is also easy to see why'the suggestion meets Delicious I I refreshments was (Jl ecommenas'
with hearty approval from other Legislative served by the hostess.
HOWARD STORRS Editor Publisher The March meeting is to be
SUBSCRIPTION: members from our sister state, as they nr held In the home of Mrs. Hefty - r

Walton and Adjoining Counties__._$3.00 Pel Yea fond of vacationing in this favored spot, cer- Klien. Eaton Real Estate &
Reporter Mrs. W. T. Parker
Oitier _____ __________________$3.50 Per Year tainly one of the most attractive on the face I When think
you of Poultry think of
of the globe. As good.neighbors as they are, Insurance. Agency 1IENKO". You will always be right when _

Bible Verse however and while we admire their spiritIn you select this famous brand from the display '<'"
wanting to make us a part of Alabama First National AUTOMOBILE 0 ,FIRE cases of your favorite grocers. ProceM'm..
And they found fat pasture and good sed right here in DeFuniak Spring HENRY .. .
and the land was wide and quiet and peace- we fear they have a tophaceous road aheadof BONDS KOERBER, INC. offers the finest brand of >

able; for they of Ham had welt there be- them in carrying out this little scheme. Insurance Agency We represent STROUT poultry to be found anyywhere. Try 'em I ,"

fore.-I Chron. 4:400 Here is what the Pensacola Journal recentlyhad REALTYIn am sure you will like 'em.

oOo to say about the matter: FOR Real Estate since 1900 YOUR HOME DECORATING CENTER

Gems: of Thought . Study Pensacola will be glad to pay host to Gov New Location in DeFuniak Springs is FISHER IIAItDp .
BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIRE ;' WARE COMPANY. They carry a good
Wallace and Alabama
George the
There are more men ennobled by study legislative Lake Stanley ; section of Valspar Paints well-known for
than by nature.-Cicero delegation/ which wants to meet with Gov MARINE A CASUALTY TW 6-H11 it's lasting quality. One of their courteous
Karris. Bryant. The announced purpose of the salesman will be glad to recommend just
DeFuniak Springs, Fla. the right to
paint meet your individualIf
The desire of knowledge like the thirstof visit of the Alabamians will do well for an INSUttANCI specifications.

riches, increases ever with the acquisi- excuse tq make a junket just as do thous- First National Bank ,. .

tion of it.SterneStudies ands of other Alabamians, esr cially during this! is your year to buy a new truck,
the Fiesta of Five Flags and the summer what a lot more truck you'll get for your *
We Would Like money? New features by the score, new f
teach not their own use; theiIs resort season.In
value
To Be Your unheard of just five years ago, make : +v
a wisdom without them and above them fact, the preposterous proposal of Sen. these '61 Chevy Trucks the stand-out of the ; .'

won by observation.-Bacon John 'yson of Mobile that Alabama annex WARRENINSURANCE INSURANCEAGENT Sixties. By trucks for every kind of work, t'
Northwest Florida is probably inspired in yours CHEVROLET included!COMPANY.See them at IUV AnD: ;

What is not fully understood is not pos. part because of so,.many Alabamians mov-

ing to Florida to establish permanent res- _.
sessed. Goethe m- DON'T HOLD
AGENCYDeFuniak Here are our qualifications -i THOSE CHECKS! It costs
idence after learning of its charms as sum- Experience? Since 1935 'I you money if they remain about your home

There is no study that is not capable'of mer vacationists. Springs, Florida or office. In addition there is always the
There have been day in the dim Dependable? We're avail- .: danger of losing them, or becoming misplaced -
a
to .
delighting us after a little application, may able on a 24 hour basis, 7 I or stolen. It's just good business to
it.-Pope past when Florida was in its infancy and days a week. II'I get your dollars into a Savings Account fast

oOo Alabama needed a deepwater port near the REPRESENTING CAPITAL Prompt Claim Service? Our ;.3 on where a'"round-the-clock they will earn a good return for you;

My silks and fine .array Gulf that annexation was considered by STOCK COMPANIES specialty since the day our of course, at the FIRST basis"NATIONAL. Insured safety,

.iy smiles and languished air some as advantageous to both sides. But Automobile ''. Fir agency business.opened its doors- for COMPANY COMING FOR DINNER IfODLINER. BANK

By love are driv'n away; that day has long gone. Windstorm Theft so I suggest you visit! CASEY'S IGA DISCOUNT -
Reasonable
Rates? We've
Sen. Tysons proposed was laughed off in I' You
And mournful lean Despair are sure to find
searched the for .
Marine country aU of your favorite ;
rings me yew to deck my grave: the recent legislative session. His continued Compensation- companies offering the me the grocery items and believe -
shopping at this
Such end true lovers have. 0J persistence is a little unreasonable and it p Surety Bonds Liability most for your money. truly a pleasure. They have such fine store a good is [ ... .

could be annoying, but we have not noticedany New Warren Insurance We would like to be your nTo'ha variety alVour grocery needs and their: ; .A
!is fair heav'n, -'i
His face as
so conveniently ,
t1Harris 1 displayed
upsurge of demand among Floridians Building tracks to ,, t if
across make
When springing buds enfold; grocery shopping a pleasure. Plenty : .
in the Panhandle to ally itself with Ala- Insurance Of free parking available.
,O why to him was't giv'n.Whose from Service Drug Co. t:1?::
bama. ,
heart is wintry cold? 4 '
No doubt Alabama would like to augmentits Agency When \ou visit the SERVICE DRUG
Ills breast is love's all worshipped tomb COMPANY, you will find a good selection
abbreviated Gulf Coast with the bril-
:
Where all love's pilgrims come. Phone TW 4-8831 TW 6-2151 of Revlon, Max Factor Helena Kubinsticn
liant white sand and blue-green surf of the
[I and Coty's cosmttics. You ladies will be
Bring me an axe and spade, Miracle\ Strip. It would prefer the clear n.FUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA DeFuniak Springs, Fla. interested to know also that they have a
:; good selection of Clarol, Roux, and Technique
Bring me a winding sheet; streams which flow into the Gulf in the
.. hair coloring.
When I my grave have made, Panhandle to the black silt which empties : ..."" b__ __n_

Let winds and tempests beat: into Mobile Bay and nearby waters from

Then down I'll lay, as cold as clay. the confluence of the Alabama and Tombigbee r big The McCullough Chain Saw has been a
help to the
people logging and cutting
,
True love doth pass away! Rivers. wood! in this area. Your WESTERN AUTO ""
-William Blake :Florida's growing industrial empire along the McCullough line to their customer. They r''::'

--oOo-- the rim of the Gulf its rich upland agri- makes also offer and a models complete of repair service on all. :.7.Y t.::2 Chain
Sen. Byrd Doesn't Like Deficits cultural areas, its many military Installa- you need service be SUre and saws go
Senator Harry Byrd of Virginia to us tions from Pensacola t., Panama City, its EKN VUTO '*'.. :.. :'1?..'

represents about what the Democrat party national reputation us a summer resort area,

stood for a long time ago-the conservative its richness in history from the first set- The place to go for all your flower needs

Democratic party that a lot of us grew up tlement of Tristan De Luna to the permanent Is With l\lcLEAN the winter l"LuIUhT In 1J..' L.h..i.; ;pril1gs.

and agreed with, but he is u voice crying in installation of a colony by Arriola, its q II; : or permanent flowers in full arc season! rtul.J': the beautiful.artificial!

the wilderness now. Here is something he excellent network of four-laned highways, Let Elizabeth or Ruth Uahanl& take your
order for
had to say about the tax bill: its famed Pensacola Junior College and its For that , your home a Their beautiful decorative piece for
t senior to be started all of arrangements: are simply
"Provisions of the pending bill, by the college soon stunning.

best available estimates, would reduce 'federal these are assets which no Floridian would to

taxes by 7.8 billion dollars for calen- want to surrender even though they may be Special Girl I"OLKS.SPECIAL NOTE TO THE WORKING
You can get
.
you payroll check
dar year 1964, and by 11.6 billion for calen- coveted by our neighboring state. I cashed anytime at CARP'S. This is only one
dar year 1965. The federal deficit last year .It is too bad ,that Sen. Tyson, who is a of the many services they render as they

was 6.3 billion dollars. This year it will be native of Florida and whose family comes .In Your Life --- offer values on clothing tor every member
of the family. And if this
10 billion. Together, these will become the from DeFuniak Springs, gave up living in they have those famous Dan wasn't River enough Sheets __,.

greatest two-year peacetime deficit in his- Florida and moved to, Alabama, which reversed A wide variety of the latest styles in engagement and and Pillow Cases at prices that are hard to y. ;
tory-totaling 16.3 billion. the usual trend of migration. But he believe. While you are there be sure you ,
weddinjr rings. See our selection before you buy. see their Cannon and DDundee Towel
"The President, in a most conservative cannot expect to take part of his native state goods.
along with him.Northwest Friendly, efficient salesman on regularcall
deficit next
has said the year
estimate
RHODES WEST
JEWELERS9th are FLORIDA GAS COMPANY
Floridians will not stand for
will be 4.9 billion. The combined three-year Ambassadors of good will" capable, and
deficit will total more than 20 billion at the that and we are sure the politicans will not St. DeFuniak Springs, Fla. ready: to discuss and assist in meeting the
encourage it, especially now when this area specific requirements of their customers.
minimum.
absolute is expected to.decide the winter of the com- Their company also maintains a staff of
"The Secretary of the Treasury on Jan- f service personnel to assist you on all re,
ing governor's election. pairs and periodic maintenance. Their two.
'
26, repeated his prediction of still an- 4t:
uary oOo- \ . t way radio service in all trucks assures you
t other deficit in fiscal year 1966. And he : e"' of 'sudden bervice; .

said there was no reason to expect the federal For the finest
before . As' Others See Us TAXASSESSOR'SNOTICE found! petroleum products to be
budget to be balanced again anywhere may I
We get so used to seeing our commun- PHILLIPS 66. 'Idistributed suggest you try y
fiscal year 1967. ity that maybe we don't really look at it COMI-ANY, There are five by outlets WHEAT in OIL
"In that event, the Federal Governmentof area to serve this >
you,
-maybe we don't take a real look. have so that you are sure to
the United States would have indulged one nearby II you want
For several years we had a Paint-up and In power to
spare
itself in six consecutive peace-time deficits your car try the all powerful Flite-
Clean-Up campaign sponsored by one of the .
totaling upward of 35 billion dollars. Its bud- local civic club, and the cleaninb and paint- '* t.
would not have been balanced since The law requires that you make a
get
has For
DeFuniak Springs the
worked wonders. best
ing engineered|
RCA Victor Tele-
1960. through the years been a town to be proudof full return of'all property owned by '# vision Set yet I suggest you contact RAIN-

"There has been only one other periodof and it still is, of course, but we mightall you as of January 1, 1963, to the Tax uel.II. BOW West, It ELf.CTRONU'S has; the : INC.. on U S. 90

as six consecutive deficits in around and if little Assessor at full cash value and chassis most powerful dependable
as many take a look us see a any; ever In I1CA Victor TV. It also has
the entire peacetime history of this nation. touching up might not be in order. We realize other exemptions you may be en- j and the .New Vista" Tuner that pulls in cleaner

That was in the depression depths of the our house needs a coat of paint and titled to.Make. stations.clearer Tins pictures is featured from in many all their hard-to-get models.

1930. every now and, then someone tells us our

t "The current six deficits are adding some yard'looks, like-.a jungle. '\Ve don't promiseto your returns from January al1M011 the people in this area have

35 billion to the federal debt. All of the 10 take out any bf' the bushes but we do 1, 1964, through March 31, 1964. time or & DAD'S UESTAUUANT at none

depression deficits-1931-1940, inclusive- the house painted this spring. haven't I another but for the fe; that "
plan, to get would like to
The law requires that for home- suggest you Ido so '1 t;'
added 27 billion to the debt. Let's all look: around and see, what '".e can at some early date If you haven't tried their '

"The depression deficits of the 30s raised do to keep. our .town' the most attractive stead exemption your deed or con- delicious are really Ravioli. with meat balls then: you t .."""r ,

the federal debt from 16 billion to 43 bil anywhere., The first impression that a via, tract for title must be on record at drop by SOOn tor- onl heat.here I uyo enoy '\:, ." "

lion. The bigger and faster deficits of the itor gets mmeans a whole lot and we need to the time of claiming exemptions. such a feast. can :' j.' .. ..
raising the debt from 286 billion to .
60s
are havo it be as good 'as it can. '
be able to that
HUBERT ADKINSONTax IMILLER'SgSHOES!
320 billion. weeks
some oOo opens this with a
oOo Federal tax collections for the last fiscal\ with completely remodeled place of business and
"saw" of the sawfish has Assessor an aU-new stock of shoes. Miller's wish
double-edged
The
year came to just under $106 billion. This g'to thank all their !
Walton Florida] i customers for their pat-
24 to 32 pairs of teeth, but it U Dot considered was an increase of almost $6.5 billion over County,. t; ; ence and understanding since the fire, and'

dangerous to mankind. the preceding fiscal year -- --. theifresh new to come by and store
-50>_ The J stock and the remodeled
t opening is set for Saturday, Feb. 22.

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j ":VOLlJ1\Ik-) 73-lPUBLISHCD:;. EVERY THURSDAY THE DcFUNIAK IIERAJJD-BRKEZE "!A-zr: :, .---.--- ''TiitJltdUAY., FEIWLAR\ 20, 1UG4

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WHAT THE ORDER I DeMolay chapters are sponsored er 200 outstanding Masons located but teaches a faith 11the c I'\t Molay activities, "lsnpe;; I isl d by'. hfiledns.: :t -ofrt'laI"f'Cb8pt. 1 r merit and ((4): ) an interesting!'; '! and
OF DE MOLAY IS only by Masonic bodies or by individual J around the world. They meet in living and true God. .111 udult advisor of the chapter\ -. DbcTf handle the supervision L /complete program; of all-Iu'dmd
Masons, it is not necessary annual session: to review and ap- DeMolay has a three-way pro- Chapters and ittdfViduagbeMo-* trY eifiiit r-meUngs'and.! to council , youth development]
The Order of DcMolay Is an j that a boy be a son or relative I nove the actions of the staff. grain designed to benefit the individual ..is are requited to&b''crvc certain lotl1e members. Hy meeting these goals. D'l\fo-
international youth organization I of a Mason to belong to De DcMolay's slogan is "building DeMolay the chapter as t obligator days .Annually ..'Another helping hand for most: t; lay leaders believe that the boys
dedicated to the principles of Malay Letter citizens Its ritual is what well as the communitv, Those include devotional day,,patriots chapters) is the Mothers! Circle] I learn to be better citizens and
building better citizens out of I The organization was named sets the organization: apart from i Various awards are gi 'en t.) individuals diy: DeMolay day of'com- These now number over 1000( The lenders thereby providing a )hl" -
teen-age boys. for Jacques DeMolay, the last other youth groups. for achievement. Merit fort, educational day and parents Mothers' Circles primarily help I ter world tomorrow.
The youth movement as found- Grand Master of the Knights The ritual was written in 1919 bars are awarded for distinction day.Another. the boys to raise money for their I I The success and prominent p"-,
ed on March 18, 1019, in Kansas Templar, who was burned at the by Frank Marshall, a prominent in civic service, athletics, music program r rl.'I1tly'be. Activities and they usually ,bindle Isitions of prominent DcMolays
City, Mo., by Frank S. Land and stake by King Phillip of France Mason and newspaperman of dramatics religion and in other Kim for DeMolay is one .,C career the purchase and repair of r'.>bes! found in all walk of life today
nine teen-age youths. Frank S (,n March 18, 1314, as a martyrto Kansas City. It has been termed fields. The degree of hevaller is guidance: This project utilizes and regalia. I i serve as a living tribute to the
Land was the Secretary Generalfor loyalty and toleration. ageless and is divided into the the highest honor an active mem- successful! men in different voca- DeMolay publishes an international achievement nf the Or"ltni7ation'sgoal"
DeMolay until his death on The Order of DeMolay is a iniatory and DeMolay degrees. ber can receive, and it is given tions to tell DeMolays what trainIng -' magazine called The Cordon / and purposesOrnamental .
November 8, 1959 non-profit corporation with the The iniatory degree is a dramatic for outstanding service to a chap- I. required and the. rewards which serves as' a medium for - -- --- ----
By 1920 the Kansas City chap- international office located in its and historic portrayal of the ter and fellow DeMolays received from his particular .typeof distributing information from the
ter had grown to 3000 members own building in Kansas City. Un- trials, tortures and martyrdom of The top honor in DeMolav is work In addition, information central office and furnishing information I
and chapters were found from der the guidance of the Grand Jacques DeMolay and teaches a the Legion of Honor. This is con- on the cost! and prerequisite*..for on chapter activities IronworkShop
coast to coast and in several for- Secretary, a small office staff acts lesson in fidelity and comrade- ferred on Senior DeMolays, over various! universities and college* DeMolay does not attempt to
eign countries. Today there are as the clerical and administrativegroup ship.As 22, for outstanding service to the is available from the Kl1nsn'.. :I- take the place of the home or Lo'atdt! (;Jaskin7T
. :
officers of chapter, boys '
2,250 active DeMolay chaptersand to maintain a central office a community and their fellow men. ty office. church, but rather to supplement
nearly three million boys of record and the are taught responsibility and are
promote '
International and JurisdIctional The participation qf .,J>elRlalay them. The organization's purpose
have taken their obligations at growth and development of the given the opportunity to express membership, ritual, efficiencyand chapters In community projectshas Is I to offer the teenage boy of
the DeMolay altar. I organization.The themselves before a group of fellow athletic competitions ire held been extensive and,is .spme- today (1)) a wholesome occupationfor
Membership is open to any boy, youth movement is governed [ youths. Although DeMolay ritual for the chapters. Each chapter is times carried out on ar\ international his spare time (2)) worthwhile -
of good character who is betweenthe I I by an International Su- and meetings are greatly encouraged to have a balanced basis! 'Operation;. .'TrafficTemperance" 'associates 3) the best of environ-
ages of 14 and 21. Although Supreme Council composed of ov. reverent, the organization does of social activities. Each '
I I creed I program is an example uf,the
advocate
not particular
i any social event, like all other De1 latter:1 It is a campaign Aimed; at
]making safe driver ol:ill "teenage Dr. J.; L. Anderson
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i Braise from the Nationale'.Safety announces" the opening of his
:Council and ]local !.)w*enforcement Office for the Practice of Optometry -
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Irivcs!, blood donations civil: defense All Work UuaranteedCampbell
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as dropping a letter in the corner anti.narcotics and % :anti- ,Monday ,through Saturday
k'': mailbox. Matter of fact. :ommunist campaigns:nnfrdlstrl- 8:DO-A.M. to 5:00: P.M. 'Vehling-
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that's just how I do iU'! \ )U lion of safe driving-pledges.! ;. Closed all day Thursday
Each chapter Is supervised'-In Cretitview, Florida Rt. 3, Box 143, DeFuniak Spring,
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receiving: tax returns for the year of 1964. (On all property.)


Precinct
No. Name' Place Day Date Hour

19 Sandy Creek Pleasant Grove Church. Fri., Feb. 21 J:00: -9:1.1: : A.M.! !
:) Glendale Baptist Church Fri., Feb. 21 10:00() -11:00: ) A.M.
!9 Gaskin School House Frl. Feb. 21 11:15 1 -12:15: P.M.! !
26 Limestone Church FrC Feb. 21 1 12:::10-) 1 1:00: ) P.M.:
I 1 Darlington Fuller's StorePoMtoffice Fri., Feb. 21 1:15-2:15; P.M.

11 Freeport Tues., "Feb 9:00() ) A.M.-2:001'.M.: : !
L .. 10 Portland .i Brown's StoreSweeney's Tues.. Feb. 21:; 2:15-1:15:l P.M.! !

4P. 16 MoHsyhead Store Wed., "'eh.26 !>::00-10:00:() ) A.M.
--J I 0; New Harmony Baptist Church Wed., Feb. 21i 25 Children's Home Church: Wed., I Feb 2fi( 11:00: -11:30: A.M
30( Flowers Quarters Old School Home Wed., I Feb. 26 OO-JOO: : P.M

15 Point Washington Post Office. Frl., Feb 28 9:00-10:00: A.M,
Inlet Beach t Holloway's Store Fri., Feb. ?H 10:00-11:00 A.M.
18 Santa nOM Beach Fostoffice Frl., Feb. 28 12:00-2:00: P.M.

'::11 Lakewood Campbell's Store Tues., Mar. 3 9:00-11:00: A.M.
"5 Paxton 'ifathls' Store *. Tues.. Mar. 3 lll.r-12:15: P.M,
27 Clear Spring Church 'Tues., Mar. 3 12:30: -1:30:: P.M,

: s 17 Liberty Jones* Store Wed., ''Mar. .t !;:OOloon.11..
21 Caney Creek Church Wed.. Mar. 10:15: -11:15 A.M
8 Alaqua ,Steel Church Wed.. Mar. 4 1:00-2:00: P., I.
21 Pleasant Ridge Church Wed., Mar. 1 2:15-:3:00: P.M

20 Mirantar .Bishop's Pure Oil Sta. Fri. Mar. 6 9:30: -11:30: A.M.
33 Choctaw Venters Mem. Church Sat., Mar. 7 9:00: -12:00: A.M

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Precinct numbers 14, 20 & 23 please come to the office of the Tax

Assessor to ,file your':returns and exemptions. .

The law requires that you make a full return on all property

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

CHEVROLET cash value and claim homestead exemption and any other exemp-

tions you may be entitled to. Make your returns from January 1

1964 through March 31, 1964. Forthose that are unable to apply in

person, please drop me a card. and request an applicattion be mail-

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VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THIJHSDAT: THE DeFUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20,, 19C4 .
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-Point WashingtonAnd den Club ,held their February M".. VICKERY BEVERLY MR. J. W. JOHNSON A Miniature Coffee Cake for Each
meeting In the Pt. Washington I I I
The Beaches home of Mrs. Chris Beck, with I Mrs. Vickery S. Beverly age Mr. James W. Johnson, age 75. Cup of Coffee

Mrs. W. A. Volley as co-hostess. ,43. a resident of Red Bay. for the of th" Liberty community died I ro fUR,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tarrance of Beautiful arrangement of camellias : ,past two :years, died Sunday in a I Saturday morning in a Geneva L
DoFunlak Springs, visited Mrs. jonquils and flowering An! +hospital! He hid rc-fdcd itt. tpLJr 'k
Pensacoln hOfir"tn.. She
;| was o f !
Mamie Hatch and Mr. W. It. quince made us feel that Spring I he I.;' prty ommunity for the I I
Hobbs Saturday. February 8. was just around. the corner native o* Thornhill, Term, and amember three \" irs: moving there from* A
of the Friendship Baptist 1 'I Darlington. He member of
Mr. and Mrs Harold Saltsman Miss Lois Maxon president was a
church In Pensacola.
spent last week In Mobile' Ala. conducted the business meetingat the Liberty Baptist Mission. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McDon.' which time Miss Helen SUick- Funeral services were conducted i Funeral services were conduct- "
iild of Red Bay were the Friday land secretary read the minutesof at 2:00: p.m. Tuesday from the "f-d at 2:00: p.m. Monday from the Hy: M\ "B.iddy" WarrenIf
guests" of Mr. and Mrs. Gene In- the previous meeting and the Comander Funeral Home Chapel Limestone Baptist church with the you know beforehandthat
flnger. financial report was given by Mrs. 'with' the Rev. Lloyd Carroll orI Revs. Charles W Knowles and your dentist is going: to
Mrs. W. A. Holley and Mrs. Chris Beck treasurer. I I dating.( Interment followed In Kenneth Kicklighter officiating I do some extracting, there's a
Evans Holley spent. Tuesday In Miss Strickland also read correspondence the Red Bay Cemetery. Interment followed in the Lime- I ,., dietary method of materially
Nicevillo with the Charles Rays. which included a stone Cemetery, with Comander PsJw K4F reducing the after-pain. For
; i| She Is survived her
by husband, Funeral Home directing He is
letter with reference to Federat
Mr. Scottle Scott of DePunlak I example: For 24 hours before
Mr. JT. B.
Beverly Norfolk. Va., survived by his wife, Mrs. Mlattie
which
Springs spent the weekend with ing. A vote was taken was and 48 hours following the
and one sister-in-law Mrs. Mar- Johnson, Liberty, two sons: Bennie -
of becoming
unanimously In favor -
and sister-in-law
his brother vin RIgdon of Red extraction, eat plenty of citrus
Bay. Johnson and Mr. Wilmer I
Mr. and Mrs. Rhemes Scott. They federated. frui,s and drink a lot of citrus
I Johnson both of D e Fu n i a k
were Joined on Sunday by their Miss Julia Strickland program MR. BERRY EARNEST PRICE.I Springs and four daughters: Mrs. Juics.. Put away at least a
parents Mr.' and Mrs.' Arthur chairman, introducted the speakerof James Merritt Island, A quart of milk a day and addan
Garrett
Scott of DeFuniak Springs. the evening Mr. Bryon Danzy I Mr. Berry Earnest ample amount of leafy
Price ,
Mrs. City
Stance
age Hill Panarna
Our sincere sympathy Is extended owner and operator of the Super 63 d veGetables to your diet.: This
passed away Sunday February Mrs. Frank Williams, Alford Fla.,
to Mr. and Mrs. Jack food Store in Panama City who all tends to alkalize the blood
9. IM4 in Lake Wales. He was and Mrs Lamar Bracewell, of There is nothing friendlier than an invitation to coffee.It needn'tbe
In the valuable information
Morris of Gray ton Beach us some very -
and in thebony
gave improve healing
,born in Walton county and was a DeFuniak Springs. a formal afternoon sandwiches and' the silver
death of his father Mr. Will on Insect control fertilizing :Jr.lwufi:
resident of Miami in mid-morning-when a. structures. Acid-produc-
at the time of There are 32 grandchillden and ervice. A relaxing,
Morris of DeFuniak Springs whose I and mulching (I I his death. 19 mother can really enjoy that second cup of coffee-is the warmest ing foods such as fish meat,:
funeral was Monday morning <'I" He presented each member with great grandchildren way to entertain old friends or introduce new ones to the neighbors. fol, fats, grain cheese alcoholic -
DeFuniak Springs.We B packet of zinnia seeds and Mrs. I I I Survivors include: his widow, Instead of a traditional coffee ring or rounds of doughnuts or ( tea and coffee shouldbe
regret to report that Mr. Roy Burlison won the door prize. Mrs. Katie Price o f Miami; two buns serve these delicious little individual coffee cakes. It takes so avoided.
Ora Strickland is a patient In daughters Mrs. H. K. Lam little time and effort to make them. That's why miniature coffee!
Short talks were also by Mrs. of However don't avoid Ser-
for church club coffees too.
MONTHLY cakes particularly: fine or !
Marion County Hospital, Columbus Maxwell Kllbourne, who told us Miami and Mrs. IL A. Malone are vice Drug Company when it
Cakes
Miss. His sister Miss Julia how to clean out our flower beds; of Pensacola; four sons EarnestY. Individual Coffee is necessary to have prescrip-
Strickland, left Saturday to be Mrs. E. Saltsman told about the Price of Daytona Beach, Lester PEST CONTROL 'K cup shortening % teaspoon salt tions filled. Top quality and
with his wife and visit with him colorful zinnias and Miss Helen Price of Miami. Haskler Price of k 1 cup sugar J/4 cup milk whites exacting care go into all pres-
as much as possible during his Strickland gave an interesting 'Ormond Beach, and Joseph Priceof SERV1CC IVi 2. egg cups yolks sifted enriched %2 egg cup sugar cription work at Service Drug
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illness] article on coleus.In I[ Jacksonville; one brother. Lee flour V teaspoon cinnamon Company.
Mr. and Mrs Gene Inflnger the absence of Mrs. Albert Price of Lake Wales; two sisters! ants rats mice 2 teaspoons baking V cup chopped walnut
visited In Red Bay Monday and Butler landscape chairman Miss Mrs. Minnie Hall of Frostproof silverfish| powder meats This week's Household hint:
were the supper quests of Mr. Maxon announced there would be'' Funeral services were conducted l roaches I and thor-
: I call l Cream shortening Add 1 cup: sugar gradually cream If you're a tub bather, try
and Mrs. Clarence McDonald.Mr. a work-day at the Park Wednesday at 4:00: oclock from Orkifor oughly. Beat egg yolks.! Add to first mixture. Mix: and sift flour, this to avoid steaming up the
and Mrs. Albert Butler and day. February 29th. the Cluster Springs Shurch at .Llb- baking powder and salt and add alternately with milk. Beat egg' bathroom: Run a couple
children Ned and Reglnla and The Valentine motif as Satur-j eruary Church at eemetary. -whites stiff but not dry. Fold in. Pour into well-greased individualpie inches of cold water in the
Miss Kimberly Comstock were ried out by the hostesses Clary Funeral Home in chargeof I pans Mix % cup sugar, with cinnamon and chopped walnut tub before filling with hot.i'i .
Among those enjoying the tournament refreshments which consisted of arrangements the sake of your homo] meats Sprinkle over batter. Bake in moderate oven 311i-F.V.20 to
25 minutes. Serve hot.Yield: 8.
basketball games in Paxton, Valentine cake mints nuts and
Thursday Friday and Saturday coffee and was served to the -
nights./ following: Mr. and Mrs. Byron
Mrs. Leonard Bailey and Mrs. Danzy Miss Lois Miaxon Miss
W. A. Holley were shopping in Helen Strickland. Mrs. Chris
Panama City Thursday.Mrs. Beck, Mrs. T. W. Hatch. Mrs.
Lillie Infinger spent Friday Mrs. E.
E. E. Comstock Saltsman.
with her brother and sister- Mrs. Evans Holley Mrs. Burli _
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mrs Mrs. Kil-
son, Kilbourne
Cartel in Panama City. bourne. Miss Julia Strickland

Mlrs. Sencheck.: Mrs. W A. Holey -
Byron Danzy Guest Sneaker and granddaughter Teressa :
At Magnolia Garden Club Butler.

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SENATORSCOTT HOW FORD RACING HELPS thefoliowingchangesintheFairlane289V-8 r.0.A.r.

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BRING YOU A BETTER CAR ,
valve train
proved stronger connecting rods

KELLY Most automotive engineers will tell you that and bolts. Such improvements contribute, not

I the track is one of their most valued testinglaboratories. only to Ford's winning track record, but also to

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STOCK CAR RACING: SPORTS CAR ROAD RACING: RALLY COMPETITION: INDIANAPOLIS
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It;w of Vital I Interestto 2-to-l margin for Ford Ford V-8 power is the new king Manufacturer's Championship Ford ends an era

Ford is king of NASCAR The Cobra with its special Products of Ford and its The first time out, a light-

competition and has the Fairlane engine, emerged worldwide affiliates won the alloy version of the Fairlane

all Floridians NASCAR Achievement the overwhelming leader in 1963 Manufacturer's World V-8 engine in a Lotus chassis

Award to prove it. In the ;63 one short year. It won the Rally Championship. Two made history in the classic

season, special Ford entries Manufacturer's Trophy in specially equipped Falcon Indianapolis "500". The

won every single race of 500 SCCA Class A Production V-8's were winners in the Lotus-Ford finished second,

IOOO P. M. milesorlongertheultimate( competition. And in the brutal 2500-mile Monte Carlo only seconds behind the

t 1 :._ test of durability and Laguna Seca and Riverside Rallye and other Falcon winner. And the next time,

dependabilityand) scored races it "dusted off" the V-8's won Holland's Tulip in the Milwaukee "200", the

THURSDAY. FEB. 20. nearly twice as many points top "unlimited" cars from Rally and the 4000-mile Lotus-Ford led all the way

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: THE IHFUNIAK HKRALU-KflEEZl*
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Mr. and ""Mrs.: Harry Tyson of Tivoli Student Receives ;'; : .' . ..
Pt St. Joe: were visiting Mr. and 'Achievement Award at Fair ' h1AM. i !, . .
Mrs. W E. Munn on Sunday i I Gloria J. Young, State Vice I I ON f'HS WRt r ,.. .

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makers Association of America of New received Home-an ""' ' THE EGYPTIAN REC WZEOOIA8E7E6 4feto4ttce r liHEOPENING e
Achievement Award given by the I) MCt2. 7JMU 3500 Y AKO AGO BUT y
= HALF Florida State Fair and Gasperilla -1f" MEP1CAL GCteNCE GT/tL LOOKING rf,
Association, This award was received i , FOR A CURIi! Jt.
by Gloria for her outstanding .1 :;J 4 1I.t'"iJ

SIZES district accomplishments and local levels.An on.the state .w //1 iZ iv 60M 3 MILLION l' -VII' -,
>j AMEJlICANGIIAVEIJIABETEG"Tjl'\ l%. I"
outstanding feature of the ::
Achievement Day program was a --BUTHALF OF /MDOAPT ;. .d
to III
panel discussion "Youth Development KNOW ITI mAn '
I In a Changing Wtorld" by t<' WilY PIA G RG-\-tAlN '
makeyou president of the State NHA, NFA, I 'J'I'UAPING CAllGG OF( 1 1BUNPHfee .
4-H Girls Council and 4-H Boys r i THE 3LEADING CAL&IXATI-I.ts.-111' ,
Council "I .M me' ,
Glorlda also attended the State > - --
look Executive Council and Advisory t. .....: : -
Board Conference held Saturday --- ,. . 'i ::: t
twice February 8 at the Meacham
School in Tampa. The program T1/6KEY7b 71116i1 LEM: fi eEA2t.VPETECTION I
as included: ((1)) State project reports Q / I =
(2) plans for the State W/rII GOOP AtePKAL CARE!:; 1.-1'-1"-'10.:, iItM.Ecvnz OFMILLER'S
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lovely Convention. ((3) plans for the na p/AfurrCGi HAPPY Acrwei : : .1 '
tional convention and ((4)) Committee LiVE5. i I ,
S Meetings.
... Gloria was accompanied by ..' .1Ov
Mrs. Bernice M. Bethea. local and WEkSIIr 0Il .
District I Advisor and Gwendolyn RELATED IDA a A -
GOFF'SReadyToWear Wallace, a candidate for State PlABET7C i. OIZIf'At.nI ;{ 1 L. ,., ItJ"ElIE6r : SHOES
Secretary of the Florida Associa- ; .( OfflCBRCM
tion of New Homemakers of America 7DeET w( ... TELL BYA6/M'E .' .' :,
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(Open Thursday PJVI.) YOUON801= WUEWEIZ yOU If,;4x
Mr. And Mrs' Robert Fondernof TNHElAV"PIA r.1.
TW 652210- N. 9th St.1 LJvirgston College spent the I
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weekend here with, her parents I ONSATURDAY
Mr. and Mrs. T. J: Lindsey.
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CONDENSED I

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STATEMENT OF CONDITION
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BONDS ASSETS 9OO A. M.

u. S. Govemment S' 3342712.76
Stat., County and Municipal '13,749480.20f ;
f Publte; Utility I 11,419,117.09: : :

i!, iguresm Railroad Industrial 1 03.231.79 1.672.818.19

STOCKS Miller's Shoes. '" is re-opening Saturday, February 22, at

Public Utility Preferred 1.310.189.9b ?i:00: AM::,'With a completely remodeled store and a
"" Public Utility Common 3,395,143,00
Bank Trust and In. Co. "77.175.00Induatrlal fresh; new' stock of shoes. We sold every bit of our


e h J I d Savings Railroad and Preferred Common Loan Alln.Shor.s .015.878.00 453,000,00 269800.00 I, :smoke damaged. merchandise to a salvage the company latest

: ; D: Investment In Herald Life Ina. Co. ,08".728.92 and all our merchandise is brand new and

First Mortgage Loans and heal, ....,. .360.703.0 y, styles:
Real) Eatafe 8748895.94
Cash and Bank Deposits 3015912.54 :a ..
Pr.mtums Due and Uncollected 2,316,450.16 " __ .. ._ -, "i
4i" jk.-. .... .Inve.tment Income Due and,Accrued 704.864.68 \ '
1r : Loans to Policyholders 'It 311;"76.74 If' -' ', . ... ;:
r a e Other Assets __ 137965.91 I: : .,, .: I.'

w. mm. TOTAL ADMITTED ASSETS __$125,191,5"6.21 :I
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LIABILITIES ,: ;;/ .,.,,) I
; t ; l", More than
Re.erve for Life Polki.I and Contracts -$ 97555230.35
Re.erve for A A H Contracts ...._. ..- _. 1,572.7.84
policymean Supplementary Contract Claim. Payable_ .357..05 -
; ; Policy and Contracts Payable\ Y 2.5"8,8".22'
Premiums Received In Advance >96".898.91
Commissions Du. or Accrvecl' 600.656.66 $
General Exp.nus Du."M Accrued 135000.00
Taxas. Ltc.ns.s and ,...Dve or Accrued '1,1"1.642.32 i
Amounts Withheld a..;A'ent or Tru.t.. 608802.01 .
Unearned tnv.Itm.nP'bscom.'._._. 15.S..76Agent.
Balanc. 51,3"9.65
I INDEPENDENT LIFE Security ValllCltlon R. _. 1.8..266.82.
01he1'Liabilities 91.359.81is

built TOTAL ftEtttVfS A.-UAIILmn.$107,127.86..0.. : in merchandise will'be'given absolutely free to celebrateour

on _. Capital Stock__________ $ 3,651,181.84
I Oroup Contingency Rerv "._ 218,349.65 opening. There'is no obligation-just come by Mil-
SERVICE . .. 14,194,150.32: :
SECURITY STABILITY Surplus
,- ler's Shoes and register any' time, beginning Saturday,
TOTAL CAPITAL AND SURPLUS _$ 18063681.81
TOTAL RESERVES LIABILITIES CAPITAL Feb...22 up to 4:00 P.M1: Saturday, February 29, when the
AND SURPLUS $125,191,546.21'
awards will be made.

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; 1ST p $ 4;> lifE OVER INSURANCE A BILLION IN DOLLARS FORCE .._..$1,160,604,973.00INCREASE
y .37" TO Bi GIVEN: FREE

'{4 Il:4 ASSETS OVER THE HUNDRED
,4 MILLION MARK $ "125,191,546.21
> t t} t ",- INCREASE 11.58 Valutp Value

; 4 ': ,,t om >' k MORE THAN"28 MILLION PAID TO It Pair Bostonians 24 95"' 1 pr..l ladies Fashioncraft 11.99
r ' 4 POLICYHOLDERS AND BENEFICIARIES _$ 28385139.00
t j 4t INCREASE '-0.4" l'pair,men's Hushpuppies'9.951 pr. Ladies: Amer. Girl 10.99

a, ''":- RESERVE! FOR PROTECTION OF
j OVER
1' Hushpuppie 7.95 Girls'Ed White Jrs. 5.99
TWO MILLION POLICYHOLDERS $ 99.127.6..19INCREASe pair Boy's 1'pr.

; ; a r4 1 12.07" 1'pair.Men's Bob Smart1 11.95 2'prs.' U.S. Keds-your choice

3;> ,L .f 41. DmCTORS 1 pair Boys' Bob Smart' 8.95 You do not have to be present.

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\ 73-PUBLISHED :EVERY.TflUftSDAV = _.____ DeFUNIAK" SPRINGS. FLORIDA -_, .

r Mrs. Lomax Whittaker of Pan- LETS GO A FISHINGAt
Mr. and Mrs. Ned To
I Celebrate Their Golden ama City, was a visitor here on

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES I Wedding AnniversaryMr. I Sunday.Mr.. Johnny. Hallford and Gene water dawn we stand beside the

rww..nn.a and :Atrs. C. 1.. Neel will Hallford of Hartford, Ala., were Of a grand and gorgeous Jake
celebrate their golden weddinganniversary visitors in town on Sunday. Looking at the glitter
next Sunday Febru t I Mrs. Percy Davis and family of Waves and sunshine make.
ary 23. Crestview, were in DeFunlak
An informal reception will be I I visiting friends Sunday. We hear the constant tatoo,
held in their home at 204 Douglass I Major G. A. P. Haynes, Patrick Of the outboards as they speed
Avenue from 2 until 9 o'clock Air Force Base, Va., visited his away
P.M.No w father-in-law, Mr. Wells Nelson, It is a happy time for the
invitations are being sent last weekend. fisherman.
but friends and relatives are cord- i i Dr. and Mrs. Norman G. Dun- They ,are out to spend the day.
ially invited ning of Hull, England, were house
quests: of H. E. L. McCaskill last the
They speed across waters
Mr. Mike Wilson spent Wed week To the choicest places as they
nesday in Pensacola.Mrs. E Mr. and :Mrs. M. E. Kinsey left wish,

::4 Vivian Ann Clark and r'5 r t badA4 % P last' week on tour of south Florida And hope by ever quiet sitting;
Vsa daughter Jo-Jean are spending '', 1tiL Mrs. Roy King spent Sunday in To catch just lots of fish.
some time here with her parents Tallahassee, visiting her daughter,
Mr. Mrs. Vivian Thayer.
and
Mrs.
Raymond Jacobs. Mrs. Hazel Campbell Is visiting We know the fish are really out

Y, Mrs. M. O. Warren Sr., and relatives in Leesburg, Fla. there,
; Hazel Campbell spent last week MISS SANDRA BOLAND MISS PEGGY FUGUA Mr. and Mrs. Douglass had as In the waters wide and deep,
xiy visiting In Tampa. guest over the weekend her niece, For we see them really striking,

nesday Mrs. Howard visiting Moore in spent Wed. Sandra Boland And Peggy pondent from their respective little Marie Campbell of Ft. Walton Then strive our patience to

Pensacola. Fuqua Serves as Walton High ability in cooperation with this Beach. keep.
Sheriff D. T. Braxton and son national project of scholastic magazine slSgt. and Mrs. W. J. Tappan But day now is fast ending,
Steve of Geneva, Ala.. were visi- Correspondents for 1963-64 publishing company. and three children Lebaron, Don- Fast falls' the low and settingsun
tors in town
on Sunday. is enrolled in Home na and Bill of Chanute AFB, are .
Mrs. Roland Two seniors from, Walton high Sandra
r Griffith Well had fish for
returned we no supper
here for a few week's visit with
home this are serving as correspondents for Economics II course and is presi-
weekend from Baptist Mr and Mrs. Walter L. Tappan. But at least the day was done.
Hospital In Pensacola. Co-Ed Magazine for the current dent of the Walton high chapterof I tarry Moore
-
Mrs. the Future Homemakers of The first of April they will fly to
H. O. year.
r Hinton
will leave !
Japan for a three-year tour at
Tuesday to spend some time with Sandra Boland, daughter of Mr. America. Yokota.
her daughter and family, Mr. and and Mrs. C. A. Boland, of 801 Peggy is enrolled in a modern Mrs. Carrie Ashmore of Sop- CARD OF THANKSWe

Mrs. Glenn Bishop of Tuscalosa West Van Buren street, has been family living class which Includes choppy, Mr. and Mrs. Wade all of
ould like to thank
Ala.Mr. chosen by Mrs. Inez Taylor and senior girls and boys studying six Bishop, and Mrs. Howard Stone
and Mrs. Glenn Chesser Peggy Fuqua daughter of Mr. and areas of, family life. As a very attended the wedding of Miss our many friends for the kind-
IiJ had as their guests for the weekend Mrs. J. T. Fuqua of North First active member of the Walton high Janie Thomas, daughter of MJrs. nesses extended to us during We shall the
her death of our loved one.
parents, Mr and Mrs. street has been chosen by Mrs. Future Homemakers of Amer- Lillian Petty Thomas, in Selma
E. E. always remember such thought
... Freda Durden and sister Miss Mildred Bishop. ica. Peggy is serving as chapter Alabama last Saturday fulness.
msVBBsl BVBVW: fWWw **" '" Durden. and Mr. and Mrs. As Home Economics teachers at vice president of programs. Mrs. L. F. Seigler and son The family of _
. Announced I IMrl. Jerry Moseley from Hartford, Walton high Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. classes on the basis of interest in Buddy returned home this week Vickie S. Beverly
Engagement ,Bishop choose a student corres. Home Economics and leadership from a visit to Orlando.

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John Neal Fields of Grove- received a Bachelor of Arts degree -.-.
tow n. Georgia, and the late Mr. from Stetson University, De-
Fields announces the engagementof Land, Florida, a Bachelor of Div
her daughter, Mae Elizabeth inity and Master of Religious Ed-
(Betty) Fields, to Mr. Paul Truman ucation from the Southern Baptist
Thomas, son of Mrs. Paul T. Theological Seminary, Louisville,
Thomas of Miami Florida, and Kentucky. While at Stetson Mr .
the late Mr. Thomas. Thomas was a member of Omicron
The bride-elect is a graduateof Delta Kappa (National Leader- GENERAL ELECTRIC'Siscount L
Hrrlem High School Harlem ship Fraternity) and was electedto
Georgia, and the Augusta College, Who's Who Among Students of
Augusta, Georgia. She received a American Colleges and Univer
Bachelor of Arts Degree from sities. At present, he is Minister
Mercer University, Macon, Georgia of Youth Activities at the First
: and a Master of Religious Baptist Church of Orlando, Flor
Education Degree from the Southern ida. In the summers of 1959>> and
Baptist Theological Seminary, I960( Mr. Thomas served First

Louisville, Kentucky. At presentshe Baptist Church, DeFunlak Springs, .
is employed by the Seminole Florida as Associate Pastor.
County Board of Education. The wedding will take place
Mr. Thomas is a graduate cfMiami .June 19, 1964 at the First Baptist
High. Miami Florida.. He 'Church of Orlando, Florida.

The Seaerove Beach: Mrs. Lou Jones had as guest
Garden Club 'Met With over the weekend her brother and
Mrs. Mary Bruns family Mr. and Mr. W. J, Mit-
rhem of Milton, and Hoy L. Jones
The February meeting of the and con of Freeport Another bro- 20 %
Seagrove Beach Garden Club was 'her, Mr. II. A. Mitchem and family -
held Thursday in the home of of Lake Charles La. are here
Mrs. Mary B. Bruns, with OscarO. for a two-weeks visit.
Harrison, Walton county Agent, Mr. and Mrs Jack Hammock ofPOI.t
as guest speaker. Mrs. C. H. Mc- St. Joe, were weekend guest
Gee, Jr. President, presided and of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her-
asked Mrs. Russell Haden, program man Hlnote.
chairman, to introduce Mr. Among those from here attend-
Harrison, who gave an interestingtalk ing the State Jaycee Winter Con-
on the work of the county ference and Banquet in Panama
agents.He City were: Mr. and Mrs. Angus
identified numerous native Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Cecil

trees and shrubs, plus nursery Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hosay,
grown ornamental plants, that Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKlnny, Mr.
tolerate salt spray and which and Mrs. Frank Karick. Mr, and
would be excellent for use along Mrs. Jimmy Prescott, Mr. and
our northwest Florida Gulf coast. Mrs. Eugene Maples, Mr. and
Mr. Harrison also explained the Mrs. John D. Potter, Mr. Carl ,: .
method of taking soil samples Rust and Rev. George Milam. F :

which the Extension Service will Mrs. Earnest Adams is return- ..., SALE
analyze for Interested persons. Ing this week from a visit with .
Mrs. W. J. Mathews showed relatives in Lake City and Jack- ,. -
several of her attractive driftwood sonville. .
compositions and demon- Mrs. Billy Wesley and son, Jim-
strated the method of making the my, were business visitors In
pictures. Mrs." George Wilson Pensacola on Saturday
won the door prize. The Robert I. Witheys of Panama -
The hostess served refreshments I City, were guest of rel-
I assisted by Mrs. C. II. atives here on Sunday.
McGee, Sr., to the following mem- Miss Patricia Murphy a student -
bers and guests: Mesdames Joseph at David Llbscomb College
Andrews Harold Bott, Mary in Nashvillle, Tenn., visited her
Bruns, J. J', Cox, Russell Haden, parents over the weekend. I APPLIANCES THAT HAVE TO BE MOVED.
C. H. McGee Sr.. Cube II. Me. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilkinson-- WE HAVE 22 UNITS OF GENERAL ELECTRIC

Gee Jr., M.: C. Munn, W. J. of Atlanta Ga., visited her parents
Mathews Sam Peeples, Elise Mr. and Mrs. Tom Andrews
Rowe, H. N. Spinks, Charles Miss Linda Kelley of Montgomery
Stover, W. B. Ward, George Wilson Ala., as visiting in DeFun FIRST COME FIRST SERVED
Trevett Williams, Mr. H. O. lak over the weekend.
Harrison. Miss Ruth Bosenberg and Mrs ,
The next meeting March 12,, Hurtls Adkinson spent the week
will be held at the home of Mrs., end in Rome. Ga.. visiting Miss APPLIANCE SALE.

J..1. Cox. Shorter Meridith College.Adkinson. at Shorter, TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS ONE-TIME. MONEY-SAVING

Jackie Crawford, a student at Mr. Coy Register of Marianna,
Chlpola, was home for the weekend. spent Sunday In DeFunlak.
Mr. Frances Danley was a
Miss Tole McDonald spent the visitor in Pensacola on Saturday. 3-30" RANGES ,DISPOSALL
j weekend visiting her sister in Mr. James Caswell of Freeport,

Marianna. Thursday was a visitor of last in week.Pensacola on 3-40" RANGES BUILT-IN OVEN
IN TRI!: CIRCUIT COURT Or WALTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY; Mrs. J. V. Lawson spent Monday
NO. till In Ala. 6-REFRIGERATORS
A880CTATFB DISCOUNT Foley, TELEVISION
CORpORATION. Friends of Mrs. Evleyn Brocks-
rn Indian corporation.Plaintiff ville will be glad to learn she 2-FREEZERS
VB. has returned from the Baptist I-HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
O. L. NORMAND and ANOELINC Hospital in Pensacola. IPORTABLE"DISHWASHER .
L. NORM AN O et fU.
Defendant Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Cawthdn UNIT
NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE SALE spent last week in New Orleans AUTOMATIC CLOTHES WASHER BUILT-IN SURFACE
Notice U hereby given pursuant to
final decree of foreclosure entered by attending a national heart meet-
the Circuit Court of Walton Count Ing.
Florid.. In that certain. cause therein
pending bearlns Docket Number 8313
and In which the captioned personswere FREE USE OF OUR CARPET
plaintiff and defendant the
undonfyned." K Leo Andrews Clerk of Shampooer with purchase of Blue
Circuit oCurt of Walton Countv. Florida Lustre Shampoo. Fisher Hard-
will on the :a day of March. 1064.pursuant .
., to Court doorerinln DePunlak ware Co.
Sprlntc the Courthouse Walton County Florida dur- O '
loR the legal hour* of aale. offer for CASH FOR LATE MODEL WE ARE A
sale bidder and for Mil cash, to the therefore highest the and follow-beat cars, 1958 models up. Buying for
Inn described, >> Drooerty. situated lying Eastern and Miami markets. If
and being In Wfclton County. Florida. you have a used car to sell, call
to-wlt. BONUS DOLLAR DAY
Commence at the N*: corner of James Hussey, TE 6-2271--8 a.m.
NW% of BEV. and run South. IS60 till
5.30: p.m. 1231pd:
thence
feet for point of beginning
run E..660 fe.'. thence run
South 133: feet, thence run West SPECIALSCold MERCHANT JDE
MO feet thence run North 133 HARDWARE CO.
feet to besrlnnlnir= I being Waves $5.00 and up
n part or.O of BE'4 of Section Shampoo & Set 1.50 and 2.00
*4Townahln :3 North. Rang 20 FUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA TELEPHONE 4.5451VOLUlIE
w..,. Containing two acrea more Hair Cuts 1.00
r **"*' ft) X. LEO ANDREWS I lb.beth'. Beauty Salon
Clerk of Circuit Court Downtown-5th & Baldwin .
Walton county. Florida Phone TW 8-3Ml 2tfchg:
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.LJEOAL.: NOTICES the plaintiff's attorney, F. B. EsterV. Townsnd and Loretta Ttrtrnssnd to TiniiT if to the complaint, in above named Court in the abovi -
greo Leech, .Flul O. Box tut. Fort Walton Aerie Shell Homes Inc.' and assigned: said cause. tad to file the original of styled cause of actiou entitling Ui., NOTICE. OF INTENTION" TO "UK E: N01KI l"; AMa,* OF PERSON
'PPLI'IT10N
INVITATION FOR BIUIIIODCK u& said 1c1 and file the original to plaintiff said most age appearing I such answer or written defenses Kith plaintiff to this notice you and each, FOR FINAL I I \PPEAROC- TO lit OWNERS OF
: TO CONTRACfOKSII :: Clerk of answers4 Circuit the elute of the in Book 93.= Page 153, public records I the Clerk of the circuit Court of of you are hereby uotllled that cult UISI'114RC.l: -IIIM IIC'FU: PROPERTY:
FLORIDA .
I -. d propo..ISWUI be received by Court, in sue fort Wai. of Walton County. Florida and em Walton County Florida, on or before has been filed agalakt you lu the HTtTUTFH ,
1..1) County, In the ( 0"" of the PU.Uh' ',. -
Florida ou or beiore tim bracing the below County Judge ion IJ of
above
Jue Walton Oouuty Hoard or kubliunstr deecribetf land in March T. 1M4.This named Cour by the above Chapter
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> UOD&AW 1.30: f-M.: C. N T to lilt do day ut MATCH' ivtt-l It you fail Walton county. Florida _...It;: notice shall be published once named plaintiff ....."'<111''. to partition Walton 'oun'", I .17. Plur,,:.. S..Lu. .. entitled ..Flor
rus-sa r February U. In the uffloe of so Judgment will be taken Beginning at the Southwest Cornerof each week for four <'On'un"e weeksin Lots 1 and 2 Pk< k ,c. ownslte' of 'Slate. of Florida ida Dmjun.ui of Un' lalmed Property;
kat-Superintendent. Wsltou Countyaurtaouse. MIA1uat: you uy default for the relief the Southeast Quarter of the the DeFunlak Herald, a weekly. Villa Tasso. Wolti: (.'o',uty. Florida In reE.ta of Art ut:re |. I..< j'ebv Kiven that the
DeFunlak Springs, .'Ia. fur u'm..nd Flue. In the above complaint.: Northeast; Quarter of Sectton 32, newspaper published In Walton County. and you and each i : >oti are hereby Roy Hugh Colvin I pet'-inn' listed mw. appear to be toe
notice anall be publmbed ones Township 1 Florida. notified Deceased uwm rs of at'ci'v,mod personal or in-
Rang 21
strucUon of LUNcrlKOOM Al>- Wet. and requlr ci I to serve
"o"h t.h..o upon
ITION TO PAXTON bCilOOL., WAL- lu the wee Uefrulnak lor lour consecutive week. thence Easterly : the South DONE AND ORDERED in DeFunlak the attorney if reni.tl& tur the ph..... To All Whom In Probsts //.r'l.>lc. prupntpresumed, abandoned
'ON COUNTT. FLORIDA'. At that Uerald-Ureese. De- boundary of the said 8X:4 of Springs. Florida this 3 day of Febru tiff a copy of your in svscr or written It :May lament: i.umbei 1-OS32-OO01 Apparente
they will be publicly opeued uuu'Plans ul1lak Bpiinga, Florida, a newspaper the NEV4' : of Section 32. 420 feet ary. 1904. defense. If any, to the; complaint I In Notice la hereby given that MlniUi 0.110 I .lip .11". J.,lin A. DeFunlako
1m" "I general citculatlon In said Alma Colvin filed! her Spru.yt I i'Ii lull ,
aloud. county thence North 210 feet thence West K LEO ANDREWSClerk wild cause and to tilts the i final report a ,' 'r rat'c-n concerning
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specification and Contract K LEO ANDREWS: 420 feet, and south Imo feet to Circuit Court of> such answer or> writt. n defense with Administratrix of the estate of Ko) I the ant"nit 'i> deai.ptiun of the Pro-
Clerk circuit Co'irt point of The (Seal) Hugh (Colvin deceased that she flits pnrtv aid i tl mine mid address of the
lumenta may be obtained Irom beginning. said parcel Andr.w.on County. Florida the ClerkWalton of the Cr.UIt, Court 01 f ., r" ; ; :
JKRT C. JAMES. AKCmiKCT.! 1,1aces P B ESTERGRJt.N Walton County Florida lying and being 'a Section 22.: AngusOf O County rloricli. on or before her petition for final discharge. un d I '- mi.> obtnintct, by any persons
Ferry Rd M t. '' .' u. lion Township 1 South. Range 21 West CAMPBELL 4c ANDREWS : March 13. 1984 that she will apply to the Honorable: ) sslht; n.. -trtst in the property
rn eacht. 487 In Walton P. O. Box 326 Joe Dan Trotman County Judge f.6y addressing to
: i This notice o Ray E.
shall
: of *JJ 00 be
deposit > published
Attorney for C"I11PtI'01'
a upon Plaintiff. t.t'er.l'Ia; once Walton Clrren. Stan
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You are further DeFunlak Springs. each County Florida on the IBtli r a* Admlnls-
o"ed.
week for
., Thee full amount of the deposit ri.it Walton Beach Florida notified and required to serve Attorneys for nr.fld. lu the DeFunUk four consecutive 'Hils d'\v of M..rrh. ''>114. for approval ol f., tt slot. Abandoned Property Division.
Set will be refunded to Ucutral 4t Jan upon I Herald
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a. 30. Feb. 30 a weekly same and for 'l&pHol. lallahnvaee,.
final
? B 4t Florida
who submits a bona Rush Cowherd III. Feb 6. 13. 20. 27 newspaper published In Walton diachurgc st Ad.manlatrat..la Be sure
Contractor IN homey; whose address; r."rJ'r'tth: Florida County of the estate of Hill Hugh u} mention! account number name and
Ids bid upon return of all dOCUD..taD. HIE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND IN Colvin. deceased I Address a* >1.c.'d'
Jefferson Street. Marlanna. Flo.to1* a TilE CIRCUIT CUIRT OF DONE AND on this 10th days of r in this notice
., good condition within (111)eU FOR WALTON COUNTY ORDERED at DeFunlak Unlo...
FLORIDA WALTON COUNTY February 1I64.l proof of ownership Is
of rHIIUUA
ilaya after the date of opening bid*. IN CHANCEKNO.. 221 copy If your Answers or written defenses IN rtfANCERt NO. Springs Florida this n dray of February Minnie alma M to the holder In April 22 presented
BETTY any to the,, Complaint in 9140 A D. 1064 ( nAdministrator 1004. the
All other deposits will be nil uncled SUE WELLS said J. P. LIDDON. I property will" I be delivered to the
suit on or before the day of (SEAL) of the : Ad-
not exceeding the (formerly Mr. E. LE.O ANDREWS .
vith deductions Franklin J. Rushing) March 10A4 and to MB the original Plaintiff Clerk estate nf Itoy Hugh mtnlttrntor Therein. all further
ctual cost of production of the docu- Plaintiff, CU. nil Court claims
thereof with said COurt. Heroin fall I Colrln dec'en rd covet be directed to the Ac1I -
neap upon receipt of all documuts - not or the decree of this Court will HEIRS OP FRED KRUPP deceased. Waltou County. Florida 4t'Febl3.3O.37Marft I ministrator2t ,
,n good condition within ten (10) day FRANKLIN J. nUSHINQ. be entered against you by default. known and unknown LOUIS KRUPP. By Ins Adklnann --- Ray F.: Oreen
fter the date of opening bid*. Defendant JULIUS KRUPP. y Clerk ate Admlnutrator
A bid bond made payable to the ____ __._ NOTICE This_" order_shall..be_ published: : _one HERO: .-MAROARET MARGARET KRUPP.STFN. Attorney for Melntllanpuc I NOTICE': TO CREDITOR Feb 13-20
Walton County Board of Public Instruction l ram! BTATB OF FLORIDA In the DeFunlak Htrard-Ante--; WALTER 8TENBERO. a-k-a WAX;; Of Douglas M Andrew. In the Court of the t'ountv Judge
In the amount of five percent TO: ;FRANKLIN J. RUSHING a newspaper of genera circulation TER KRUPP ADOLPII KRUPP. CAMPBELL ANDREWS Walton I ('.,unty. Florida
;' (s%) of the base bid must a.ceoII&P6D7 aou are hereby notified than an Walton County Florida LOUISK: KRUPP EICHELKRAUT. P. O. Box 3iaDeFunlak In Probate
each, propc eal.1 PerformanceBond amended complaint, for the partition WITNESS my band and official seal MICHAEL: KRUPP. EMILIE 8CHENKE.L. : Sprlnm. Florida In re F-stst of NOTICt: OF ISTFNTION: TO MAKE
and Payment equal will be required outwven you and the Plaintiff as tenants of said Court at DeFunlak Spring. HELENE MRZOCK.: and LOUISE 4t Feb 13.20.3T.Mar S Annie H Florence Deceased" .M'l'l 1C \TIOV KH HN\I.
in an amount to 10O, ot In common of the following described Walton county. Florid, this the 31 REIN if they are living and If dead, __ To All creditor and Persons Hating ISCII\KUE
the Contract Price for each bond. property has been, filed. lu this day of JanauarT. 14 their unknown heirs, letcsters and NOTICE: OF INTENTION TU HAKE Claim or Demand Against Maid .'1
No bids may be withdrawn alter the Court to wit (SEAL) E. LEO ANDREWS devisees, and any and all person, tPPLIC.TIO FOR INAL Fttstet r In the UIlIIt4T.Tl'TF. .
Court
scheduled cloning time tfor rn't "100 feet by 100 feet lying In a Clerk of the Circuit; Court firms or corporations by l>ISCH\KCr: You and each of you are hereby of the ('ollnl, Judge
of bid lor a period of ( ) square on the South end of the Walton County. I'lorldnItFeb.9,13,70Ay,2T through or under claiming." rl.ORIUKT.'TVTES notified and required to present am \alton County
following described: land. The complete Iva Adkinsoa. D. C. or claiming to have any claim or In the Court of the County. Judge claims and demands which you or stale of Florida.
The Owner reserves the right to description as follows>>-of : Interest in Lots 1 and 3 Block 3, Walton ountjr, either of you may have against the In re Estate of
reject; any or all bids, and to waive plat 100 ft. E A w by <<3S ft Towitslte of Villa Tasso. Walton stair of "I..rlda. estate of Annie H Florence, deceased' RVS>ELL W THOMPSON
any informalities. N de B on the North end of Lot IN THE!: CIRCUIT COURT WALTON County Florida, In re: Estate of Isle of Mad County to the County Deceased
John X. 24 of Kam-Aker. a subdivision of Defendants 1O.. Warren, Sr Judge of Walton In rrcibate
-ibUcdInaructionnt .
COUNTY rL naAWCIPiY or at
of ,.- E'or Section 1. BW, of Section NRID: :'N NOTICE!: OF PARTITION SUIT Deceased his office In the court ttou" of said To fill \\'hon 1& Nay Concernt
County Florida 23. NE'4 of Seo 28 and NW SHERMAN O. TRtrr1'T, Itt al NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS: In Probate. County at DeFunlak Spring! Horlda. Notice is hereby given that Martha
3t: ,Feb ... 13. :20 :i"n'f Bee 27 lying North of State )itlStnliffa Heirs of Fred Krupp deceased, known I To All Whom It :May Concernt Within ala calendar months from the Patton Allen Thompson and Romulus
No 1 IM'" 'THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Ip 3, N. Range II* Went of the w. w. DAVIS et a1. Krupp, Margaret St.enber.k.-. Mar- 8 Warren filed her final report as notice. Two copies of each claim' or rstte of Kusell W. Thompson des
FOB, Tallahassee Meridian nj platted by: Defendants gWalterE1ruppp.Waiter", Htnberg.. s-k-s. Eecutlx of the estate of M. O. War- demand shall be In writing and shall cased l. have filed their petition for
NACHANCERYNNO.1315R1UA: norland Edwards, said plat being NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS I W. W. Krupp, Louise ren. Sr, deceased, that she has filed state the place of residence and post fliinl dlBcharce. and that they will
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY: FEDERAL of i,"cord In the office of the Davis. individually, and W. W. Davis Krupp Elchelkraut!: Michael Krupp. her petition for final discharge, and office address of the claimant and apply to the Honorable Jon Dan Trot-
SAVLNOa LOAN ASSOCIATION. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Walker Davis Christine Carr Harley Kmllle schenkel! Helene Mrstick and that she will apply to the Honorable hall be sworn to by the claimant ; man County> Judjce of Walton County
a Corporation. Walton County ;Horlda." Together Leila Hemphlll. Richard Louise Heln. If they are living, and If Joe Dan Trotman. County Judge of his agent or hi* attorney. and ","<'Om- Florida on the 19th day of March
.. Plaintiff, with all and singular improve :; .!dU1MU Beck. Emmer Beck dead their unknown h.lra. 1 legate, Walton County Florida, on the 10th panted by a filing" fee of one dollar 10O4. for final! discharge as Executors
vsJERELKNB. ments. tenement, hereditament Edda Nobal, Meddle McDonald aa and and devisees, and any and all persons day of March. 1904 for approval of and "rh I.'I.am 01' demand not eo filed of the estate of Russell W. Thompson
: SMITH INDIVIDUALLYAND and appurtenance thereunto blouglng constituting the sole surviving heirs firms, or corporations claiming same and for final discharge as Of the hall be void. I deceased on this 10th day of rbruary.
AS ADMINISTRATRIX I or In anywise appertain at law of Charles W. Darts and SarahJ. by. through. or under them, or hav estate of M. O. Warren flr. deceased, Trios D. Beanley 1064
ESTATE: 0V JOHN H. SMITH. ALSOE lug, free from all exemption.* and Davis deceased. If said heirs are la f.teli mJ to have any claim\ or on this 10th day. of February 1994 An. executor of the Last Martha Patton Allen
KNOWN 'AM J, BXR8CHEL SMITH; right of homestead living and if dead their unknown Lots I and 3 Block 3. Oertrude H Warren Will and Testament of Thompson and Romulus
AND HERBOML: KAREN SMITH. and for the Court to decree an equitable heirs d.y'anel legatees, and any' Townsite of Villa' Tasso Walton 00\\".. Farentrix nf the estate Annie H Florence Hillard Thompson
MINOR'-AND VXLLREA: : JEAN lien and an equitable attachment and all persons firms or corporations& ty. Florida. of M. O. Warren Sr I deceased Executor of the estate
.bMITU. A MINOB. against your Interest In the claiming by through or under: them Sworn complaint' having been filedagainst deceased Pint publication February 13. 1064 of KIIMU-II W Thompson
D"'ndant' said property in favor of the Plaintiff or either of them, and any and all ( you by the plaintiff in the 4t:13.20.3T.MarS 4tl Feb. 13.2O:17.Ma": 4t rtecens'l
NOTICE for the sum of t1.388.8O and such persons firma or corporations having -- -------- -_._ :Feb.U.20.a7.MlOrS
TO: Jerelene Smltn other support money a* may become or claiming to have right, title, -- -
c-o Mrs. SimmonsJierscnel due after February 1. 1684. has been claim or Interest in and to the following : .
Alabama filed against you in the above :styled r: described lands In Walton .-
Karen Smith and Court and cause and you are County. Florida
VuroJeau Smith to file your defenses with the Clerk Commencing at the BE: Corner of
l Shirley Long of the said Court, and serve a copy the NEt of 8KU of Section 33. ''Jt
thereof on Plaintiff' attorney whose Twp. e7./ R 19 West run thenceN
..jddlos'a Restaurant name and address appear below, on 88 deg 54 into 44 see West for
Bltflunan Kentucky or before the :37th day of equlry. a distance of 183.M feet for a
Jereisne Smith Rerschel Karen 1901. otherwise said complaint will betaken corner point of
BJ, and Vellroa Jean Smith are a* confessed by >ou. behg &i> p tAene. r
notified that Ordered at DeFunlak Bpg.. Fla, this deg 54 min FJiQ sea Wes fps :.A1.-
plaint to foreclose a oertlin mortgage 3111t day of January- 1964. tunes of 323.30 feet foe.- an Iron
on U&e following described real and (SEAL) E. LEO ANDREWSCLERK am*, fun North I deg IS ISWlnG'A.W [SWanG'A'W "
personal.property to-wtt: Of CIRCUIT COURT min 12 bea.Ct: for a, tflatanee I r geared
Lot !.!-JUOCk tt i Aero Homes, a By: Colleen McDonald of :281.78 feet for a. <_*_ corner (+ h
Subdivision in the BE'i of SW%, Deputy Clerk post run thence North,.1.' tsgr i wall can
Section :21. Townhshlp 3 North. DAVID W. PALMERP 30 minutes 50 seoondS'Sast for a opener t t ,
Range IV West. Walton CountyJrlorlda. O. Box PSCrestvlew [ distance of 222: 3D feet for a fence ice crushers
according to plat thereof Florida corner post, thence South I deft
recorded in Plat Book 2. page 74 Attorney for Plaintiff 23 mln 7 sec West for a. distanceof
of/ the public record of said county St: Feb.6.13.2O.27.Mar.5 287.90 feet to the point of beginning -
and comprising 1.495 acres,
together with all structures and Improvements IV THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST more or less and o.
now and hereafter on said JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR R. A. Jones, if living and If deceased.his Z
land and fixtures attached thereto WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA unknown heirs devisees and any r
and all rents. Issues, proceeds and IN'" CHANCERYNO. and all person firms ratlons.clamming -
profits accruing and to accrue from 8332 by through cr under him. .r It'a geared for smooth
: all of which are Included B AND P. INC.. Sworn complaint having been filed: P n L!'p n f'. CONTACT
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: the foregoing description I a corporation by the plaintiffs In the above entitledcause osy cutting and
end the babendum thereof; also PlaintiffJAMF In the shove named Court entitling iUd bU. extra-lon !Iifa> i CkMBNT
all gas steam electric water and va the plaintiff to this notice
other heating, cooking refrigerating C. TOWNSEND and you and each of you are hereby notified tVTHP STOOL $4 9
lighting plumbing, ventilating, irrigating .: LORETTA TOWNSEND that suit ha been filed againstyou fret.. 4
and power systems machines, Defendant in the above named Court by the The new Cosco step ttoc.lriththe.muthourglassde';*
appliances, fixtures and appurtenance NOTICE OF SUIT above named plaintiff} seeking toquiet
"whlon' now are or may hereafter pertale ST\TE!: OK FLORIDA the plaintiff title In auJ! to 111513113!) '
to. or be used with In or on add TO JAMES O. TOWNSEND and the above described property, situate sign. The ewingaway steps portablecan '
premises, even though they be ftid I LORETTA TOWNSENDYou lying and being In Wklton Ccu-ty are rubber treaded for added rf r
tached or detachable, beg been are hereby notified that Complaint Florida and you are hereby rectified: opener
against you and you are hereby: required has been filed In the abovestated and required to serve upon the rt-. safety. Sturdy chrome
to serve a copy of your answer cause to foreclose a mortgage torney of record' for the plaintiff i frame. Choice. of handsome Crushes 'ice bnr
to the Bill of Complaint upon heretofore executed by James C. copy of your answer or written no- decorator I.
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self-feeding give you easy. effortless 1 4p,

cutter frem $795 cutting . and a

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off automatically when lid .to cwt 10.95

Discount Allowed For Prompt PaymentOf out. FuI{ -s>electric( Perfect to hold I modern kitchenappllsnce "

knife sharpener Included. $24" *. Twin outlet IS

Your Taxes Will be As Follows: I frame amp.,Supply enameled cord.chaises Chrome

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An issue of Readers Digest made a report to consumers. This article on Page 66, June
1963 Readers Digest,is titled Gets Wha t?" points out that Supermarkets who give
STAMPS, add the stamp cost, plus handling cost to their cost of doing business which
they then pass on to their customers in higher prices.This article confirms and points out
that the Stamp Companies are enjoying trem endows profits at the consumer's expense .
Readers Digest gives this Shoppers Advice and we quote "THE BEST MONEY SAVING
TECHNIQUE IS TO COMPARE THE ACTUAL PRICES OF PRODUCTS OFFERED BY ".\..
DIFFERENT SUPERMARKETS AND GO SHOP WITH THE; STORE HAVING THE
BEST BUYS . REGARDLESS OF STAMPS".

Need More Proof? Just:
Chicken-O-Sea :
Compare Our Prices. They Sure Beat: Llc Ie- Stamps CHUNK

Tuna 3 6/2 Can Oz. 89c
-- TABLERITE MEATS --

WHOLE OR HALF LOIN
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F A B Pork Gravy Train

Pound 4ft Dog Food 25.B 2.59

Large 19 ''
1 Pkg. Roast .
EVERY DAY
DISCOUNT PRICESCenter
Cut
SOUTHERN CHOICE PORK CHOPS ,y
Pound CORNED BEEF 45c
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OIL WA Cream or Whole Kernel
69c GOLDEN CORN Be ,
Pal
No. 10 ,. s-: n.
Jar 8 5 'UT Tablerite Chunk Armour PEANUT BUTTER :ta 7ge

ROAST 1 z. x.
Pound 4. TREET Cflll 3ge
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Granulated
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39 SUGAR j :. SSe

J ELL,Apple I 'v 25C Tablerite Swift's Premium Roll POTTED Broadeast-MEATS !4c Size 0ge

GR BEEF l-Lb. 2 I ;
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2 Lb. JarBama 3 PoundsOUND SausageTablerite Roll; iiiir& BEANS Te 1ge

Reynold'.

Dixie Belle 1.00 FRANKS J2-Oz. 3 9 tr ALUMINUM Pink Beauty WRAP 2..Ft. 55e

SaltineCrackers Tablerite Boneless Pkg. SALMON. Can SSe

19C BEEF STEW Mixed Smoked Apple Ridge ,

1-Pound Box 69e Sausage 3 89<= CIDER= VINEGAR B'(!'!. 11cLIpOfl

,.IJ. TEA BAGS p sor sSe
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Campbell VegetableSOUP TABLERITE PRODUCE Lipton INSTANT TEA z.?I=. 7ge

Firm Green Medium Yellow Russet icr.tt

CABBAGEPound ONIONS POTATOES MACARONI DINNER Pk,=: He.
Pound I.!i 10 Lb. Bag: ,_ Keuons

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TABLERITE DAIRY FROZEN FOODS AJAX ::1:.. S9c
Air Mist
I'' All Varieties FLORIENT Each S9c
Ice Cream
t StokelyCatsup Morton's Meat Cashmere Bouquet
NOVELTIES e-pak 49c PIES 6 Pes $1.00 TOILET SOAP hi 13c

Kraft Chese IGA Fish PALMOLIVE h 13c
8 Oz. is oz.
SLICES Pkg. 1ge 59c Paclu s
( Pkg.
2 i4-oz. 29 r STICKS. ir DETERGENT Only 6ge
Btls. Handy Pak Crinkle Cut
Pillsbury Baking Powder Giant Paekap
BISCUITS 2 Cans 19c POTATOES Ekg: 19c SUPER SUDS Each 49c

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Saturday-7:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M: NO SALES TO DEALERS DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLA.

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