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 27, 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: VID00217
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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Galloway Discusses Paxton FFA ChapterHas : :


The Tax Situation"No Successful- Week 9The Uiff-LINIAK: HERALD


The Paxton FFA Chapter 1 had i

one has never been more a successful FFA Week February

opposed to increased taxes than 15-22. The chapter had its sweetheart

your present Senator" said Sen. contest, a radio program,

Clyde Galloway, in discussing the TV program and a regular meet .,;.1 0 A t=:

tax situation in Florida at the ing. The chapter's bulletin board '.
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time of the last session of the display at the school was very :)) .'\ .,- -
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Legislature, "But additional taxes successful, as were the FFA napkins I '

were an absolute necessity." in the- lunchroom, the posters ,) ::j. 2ti -': iJbM D a I Dl.r

Sen. Galloway lifted some of ten cards and FFA-Week c: ..' .,::: ____tttr .. __ _

the reasons: stamps. The officers were es. DeFU IAI.s.SPIUNGg, FLORIDA FEHRU4tRY 27, 19 5 lOc Number 12
72I'UilLiS1IED,1VEitYThURSDAY
pecially outstanding as they conducted VOLUME
at an unprecedented
The state had grown sessions the activities of the chapter Wayne Wooten Won
rate prior Lunchroom
Paxton
with other members doing

cher's failed to pay meet had the dropped challenge far ,downin tea on.their Everyone parts as that there was were called called on I Contract Awarded Trip To ChicagoWalton Board SetsPrirn&JiMotorcade ;

and teachers wleaving -
list
the the hundreds, two types of work will be bot- Construction Co. of: High student wins trip
the state by Copeland
turned away Job of cooperating that is awarded the contract to Chicago, Illinois Wayne Wooten,
students were being nothing unusual around Paxton.It this place was School sophomore,
universities at the Walton High
and lunchroom To
colleges for new
from Junior a ChipleyMeetItep.
and a state-wide vocational will soon be spring planting Paxton school at a special meeting has won a trip to Chicago in

and technical program was time and the chapter urges everyone of the School Board Tuesday. May. Wayne was one of four
to hurry up and take their from Walton county to
missing from the school sy tem. Copeland's low bid was for $59- students _. 1 _
soil samples and get them tested. Caswell] attend the Florida Youth Nutrition

The state understaffed welfare program, the Senator was The chapter has plenty of soil 580. Other bidders Co. were$60,380 and Conference held in Tallahas : Motorcade Will Bus Drivers Bonus \

grossly said millions were needed sample sheets bags for, cards anyone and who information needs Construction Parker Electric Co., $61,414. John see There Feb. were 21-22.18 counties represented f fI fI Go To Chipley For Paid To BoardThe

for the Kerr-Mills program and County Superintendent allowcd I Road Board MeetA
each county
with
essential start Immediately
for a number of other any.The .Baldwin said work will Walton school board
chapter can be called on Students representing county
calls four delegates.
the child adoption the contract
projects. such as aid for I the to do tractor custom work. The and in 150 working Walton county other than motorcade will leave here nas received a check for $10,250
medical
service. benefits for chapter did it last year with I the for completion permit the Wayne were Randy Baldwin and Monday morning to attend the rom the County Commission in
will
aged, and increased it and days, which ayment of one years bonus for
1963 Ford tractor won, Clara Rasberry of Paxton and Walton county meeting in Chip-
used next :year
among
be
the nursing home program lunchroom to
will be doing It this year with tthe present Mary Andrews from Walton. ley Monday with officials of the county school bus drivers.

others. werea the 1964 Ford tractor it won. The Supt. Baldwin at says Paxton is the The delegates were divided into State Road Department relative to The check was handed over
patrolmen used
More highway maintenance two types of work will be bottom lunchroom Paxton school eight discussion groups and assigned the county's secondary road construction I Friday to County Superintendent _ _
necessity and highway plowing and discing. The old two-room topic to discuss. I John Baldwin, following a decision
Nail a
cost was up must and to higher get salaries the work will be $2.50 per hour withno which was of attended the Paxton by Ed school One student from each group It is hoped program.to have at least 20 by the District Court of Ap'I''I

were a work being done for less than principal selected to represent Floridaat I, peals, upholding the Walton
needed. the present lunchroom was cars in the group with a meet- I
qualified men matter how email the Baldwin said circuit court In the
$2.00 no in ty holding
Money bad to be provided I for will be used for other school the National Conference I Ing time set at 830: In front of.
lob. The work will be cash with Chicago by the Florida Citrus 1959 Legislative Act valid under
to abolish the courthouse.
research
agricultural no credit for anyone. purposes. Commission and Wayne won his which payment was made.
in form
a.
better marketing Anyone desiring more
hog cholera for .Reporter The Commission did not
his County
facilities forestry protection dog East Baptist Church trip by being selected by tion about the motorcade may
outstanding make payment of the sum last
fly eradication and for the Florida Dedication Service group as the most phone Mrs. Pat Potter at the '
Sets
Walton MenusFROM year following an opinion by the
participant. : M. T.
Development Commission to lure Chamber of Commerce or 'I
Walton high is proud to have State Attorney General that the
of De
Church Fountain.
tourists-our biggest taxpayers The East Baptist
1959 Act had been. made invalid
Walton county
into Florida. MARCH ,.. Funiak Springs will have a special Wayne represent Four-laning of U. S. Highway 5by

Children were being turned Monday-Roast beef and gravy dedication service Sunday March and the state at this National 90 and 331 through the county a 1961 Act. The Appellate

away from Sunland training centers over mashed potatoes. hamburgers 1 at 2:00: p.m. for a new fellow- Conference. We are equally proudof JimmyI'iescott are on the list of roads requestedby Court held that the two Acts were

Sen. Galloway pointed out, English peas, fruit and fluff, ship hall, the newly remodeled the other three students from I Qualified Tuesday the Commissioners for the not "repugnant" to each other and
the should be
and know that they payment made.
burstIng cake 'rolls milk.TuesdaYHamburgers electronic Walton county and good
and state prison walls were strawberry sanctuary, and a new primary program a
well. Each of the Walton
at the seams. The deaf and Minute organ. The service will climax a represented Walton county Rep. James- II. (Jimmy) Prescott group is wanted to show the Road county

blind school had been neglected .teak and gravy over rice cabbage building program that was Mrs. Lutrell Hlnote, County I nualiflod Tuesday as a Detnocintlc Department officials that the school bus drivers gets about $215

and fund were provided to correct I salad, whit acre peas, peach urated about five months inaq-j: I School Lunch Supervisor was candidate in the May prt- I county is solidly behind these and from the bonus.

these conditions.The cobbler: milk.Wednesday. During the service there will tponsor! for the delegates along Imary for re-election. the other projects. The Commission at the special

Game and Fish Commission : Blackeyed peas be recognition of all the former with Mrs. Nell Parish. Walton He)). Prescott Is serving his meeting Friday when paymentfor

and the Conservation Departmentwere 'nd barbecue pork, hot dogs and pastors along with all committeesthat Lunchroom Manager and Mrs. list term, and tells us he will Busbee Trial Set For Mar. 11 the one year was made, Instructed -

handicapped for lack of : potato sticks, frozen turnips, fruit have brought East Baptist Mildred Bishop, Home Economic Mrs.! start his active campaign in the Hy Judge Joe Dan Trotman their attorney, Paul *
teacher at Walton High. Thompson, to appeal the decision
first time in salad chocolate cake corn sticks, achieve-
funds and for the Church to this present very near future.
Parish accompanied the student to the Florida Supreme Court.
the state's history funds were milk. ment. County Judge Joe Dan Trotman

provided for dredging a canal. Thursday-Turkey pie with vegetables Following the morning worship to Tallahassee. MARY TTA: AM.MQN8Mr Tuesday set for trial a case of Primary road construction to
I Wayne is the son of Mr, and be presented to the State Road
Sen. Galloway points out that : ham and cheese sandwiches and prior to the dedication service hit and run against Andrew Bus.
Mrs. J Wooten. Jr. ot Route J. Department at March 2
p. a meeting
these are only a few of the causes tossed green salad, fruited the church will have a din- Mary Etta: Ammons age I bee, Jr. of Pensacola. In

that required money and a lot of lello, rolls, milk. ner-on the grounds with the 84, of Route 2, l'once de Leon, Busbee was charged in Kscam-! the Chipley was discussed at

it to meet the emergency/ caused Friday-Fish squares, corndogs, ladies of the church In charge. Walton Honor Roll passed away Friday afternoon, bia county with hit and run when Two meeting.resolutions

by the rapidly-expanding state potato riplets, succotach, cake and A -cordial invitation is extendedto iebrutry: 21, 1964 at the residence his automobile allegedly ran into were adoptedby
the
c population and higher costs. strawberries, rolls milk. all attend the services of the THIRD f PERIOD i IIf her son, Walter Ammons of and killed a Pensacola newspaper I Board, urging the State

He says that during the 103 Burvin E. Pugh, Principal of Ponco de Leon. Mrs. Ammons was Road Department to four-lane, an

session there were almost daily N. F. A. NEWS day.Pastor of the church is Richard Walton High reports that nineteen a native of Coffee county Ala., boy.A change of venue was granted speedily Highway as 331 possible In Walton, all of U. S,

proposals to tax groceries, medicine Eighteen members and advisorsof : Bloodworth. students at Walton made the A find had been a resident of Ponce and the case moved to DeFun- county
from
the Alabama
line to the
?', seed, feed, fertilizer i as the New Farmers of America honor roll the third reporting de Leon for the past 69 years. iak Springs to be heard- in Walton Gulf
of Mexico
and all of U. S
well as sales tax on doctors, lawyers Chapter attended the Fonda State H. O. (JACK) HALL period. One hundred fifty two I Curvlvors Include one son, Walter county Judge's Court.A Highway 00 from the Holmes,

engineers and other professional Fair In Tampa. The chapter was Mr. H. O. (Jack) Hall age 75. were listed on the B honor roll. Arnmons of Ponce de Leon; venire of 50 Jurors, will be -ounty! line to the Okaloosa ,

people, tax on newspaper represented in the livestock Judging passed away Monday afternoon, The list is as follows: one daughter, Mrs. Edna A. Dean summoned for the beginning of line. county

radio and other media with enough : contest by Marcus Paul. Claus- : February 17, 1964 In a Pensacola 4.1J..A' -Susan McCall Cathy pf Ponce de Leon; two brothers, the trial. Primary road 4
construction
,money raised to provide for well Campbell, Douglas Fredrick' hospital:: Mr. Hull was''a native |Ritpmnivr'Mikiy "Andrews Chert I Muck Trawcc< ) and Altq Trawick, Judge. ,Trotman said more thnn forthe

F The budget except for $ OOOOOOO. Oats, Trevis Gipson and John I C. 'end life long resident of Walton Ealum, Peggy Green Vickie Jennings. both of Btakely, Ga.; one half-j 20 witnesses are expected to be ml..loners;year was as vet follows up by the Com-
:
Then Sen. Galloway, says it Brown. rountv. Nancy McCall, Eddie Mc- Uter. Mrs. Bernice Inflnger of heard In the case, which: Is expected .. F'O_..'__ n
'was either tax groceries. medicine Other members of the chapter --Survivors;;; include his widow Millan Wayne Wooten, Nancy Chlpley; 22 grandchildren, and a to last two or three days. i running' raving west A.ll/oJ from miles the Chocta-ait:>> ua

feed, seed and fertilizer or attended the Annual Youth Day Mrs. Lela Mae Hall of DeFuniak Campbell, Lou Crawford, Leslie ii mbcr of great grandchildren. Judge Trotman stated the trial wha tehee river.

-provide some other source. "I Achievement Program sponsoredby Springs; one brother, Henry- Hall 'May Mary Watson, Theresa Funeral services- were conducted Is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. on 2. Relocating U. S. 331

analyzed the tax structure" the the Vocational Agriculture Department of Liberty community; four sisters I Wheat, Bill Green David Holder. Sunday afternoon at 2:00: from I March 11.Notice. DeFuniak Springs, four-laning through for

Third District Senator said, and and the Extension Da. Mrs. E. C. Lindsey of Dc- Kathy Lasstter! Pot Moultrie, Lcsa the North Side Baptist church of a distance of 1.25 miles.

directing my thoughts to ways that partment of Agriculture. Funiak Springs Mrs. Lela Turner Thomason.B's Ponce de Leon. Burial followedin I Of RegistrationFor Till will take 331 out of

would be less harmful found the Newell Goode of the Tivoli of Mossy Head Mrs. Lilly and Better-12th Grade the New Ponce de Leon Cemetery Voting m
facts the recipient ofthe Lakeland and Mrs. Jeff Coason Clary Funeral Home was In The Supervisor of Registrationwill congested residential area down
following : : High Chapter was Prescott of Katherine, Alford, 11th street by t the First
"If the additional tax had bee.: recognition and received the Leola Johnston of Laurel Miss., Mike Crawford, Elaine Crawley, charge of arrangements.MRS. I I be in the following places to church. Baptist

placed: on groceries and medicineand certificate of award. and six grandchildren. Karen, Cuchens, Judy Dalton, register for voting In the coming 2. A truck bypasa in DeFuniak
( it would have been Impossible The Tivoll High NFA Chapterhas Funeral services were held at Martha Hedger Jerome Hender BESSIE W. FISHER election. Those that have not registered I Springs running from U. S. 90:

to tax one without the entered the chapter contest 2:00: o'clock Wednesday from the son, Bonnie Hinnant, Becky Hut- since January 1, 1957. CR ,83 north of town. j'l j'lto

other) it would have cost the for the year and is carrying out Cluster Springs church. Ministers chinson, Mike Jackson, Ann Jones, I Mrs. Bessie Wiley Fisher, of Wednesday March 4 No. 33. 3. Four-lane U. S. 331 from the '

Third District $179.061.08. But by: several activities of educational Paul Smith and Kerwin McKee: Charles Kocisek, Voncille Mclnnls 402 South 2nd street passed away Choctaw First Church 8 a.m. to 10 Alabama line to the Gulf.

placing a tax on auto tags only! value to help achieve our objec. officiated. Burial followed in the Theresa Price, Glorida Richardson, Tuesday night, February 18, 1964 p.m.; No. 10 Portland Church 4. Four-lane U. S. 90 from Holmes -

156,318.04 would be paid by the tives. Each boy in the chapter i is church cemetery. Clary Funeral Richard Taylor, Christine Tedder In a local hospital.Mrs. 10:15: am. to 12 noon; No. 11, to Okaloosa county.

taxpayers of the District-a saving required to carry on some type Home was in charge of arrange Mike Wilson. Fisher had resided in De- Freeport School 12:15: to 2 p.m. Holmes
5. SR 81 from county
to them on $140,745.94." of supervised practice program ments. 11th Grade.-.Leondard Adams. Puntak Springs for the past 14 Friday March 6-No. 29, Mira- south to SR 20 at Bruce.

And Sen. Galloway adds that to. help develop desirable learning Roy Jr. Alford Steve Alford. vpnrs.. mar Beach (Bishop's Service Sta.)
Two stretches of highway were-
under the present tag rate, Florida outcomes by following the To The One Who Poisoned Tommy Bane, Lottie Brown. Glen- Survivors include: two daughters. 8 am. to 10 a.m.:; No. 18, Santa the secondary maintenancelist

stands next to the lowest in the philosophy of "learning by doing". Little Bobby Boland's Dog da Butts Dawn Campbell, Jo Ann Mrs. Katherine Wiley Fellerof Rosa Beach Post Office, 10:15: am. put on A continuation of the River

eight Southeastern States with -Norman P. Campbell I I do not know who did this Colllnsworth Julia Ann Domal New City N. Y., and Mrs.DE'th ,. to 12 noon; No. 15, Pt. Washington Road": to connect SR 394 and SR

only Louisiana lower on any: terrible deed but you know. It Judith Gainey, Mike Jacobs Brenda Elinor Johnstone of Fuller Farlda Post Office, 12:15: to 2 p.m. 81-a distance of 5.4 miles, anda

model car and higher on several. Shirts And Skirts did not take much' energy or Jones Tommy Jones, Dorothy, ton Calif.; one sister Miss six mile stretch beginning at

He lists some of the benefits received The Shirts and Skirts have beenvery thought for you to mix poison King, Frances Lindsey, Frances WHey of New York. N. Y. Former DeFunlak Resident the intersection of the Eucheean-
by the District Schoolteachers for the past weeks and X am Locnl funeral services were conducted Makes Good In Kentucky
busy with food to kill her. thank-I McDonald, Jeffery Ann Owens na-Rtd Bay road to the inter.
are receiving $424,545 i a much fun has resulted.On ful that he did not get Linda Paul Helen Prescott at 11:00: o'clock Saturday Weller C. Carpenter, born and section of SR 280.

year more than when he was February 15 that heart the poison. He could easily have I Robert Rutan. Robert Shaw morning from the First Presbyterian raised In Walton county, son of It was reported at the meeting

elected, meaning that the ThirdIs fund square dance brought square done so, as he'and his dog are Oneita Shirab, Patrick Sullivan church Rev. Gayle Threl-local Mrs. Ashley Carpenter and the attended by Senator Clyde Gal-

getting back in teachers' salary dancers from as far away a.Biloxl usually together. Two nights be Tim Sutton. keld officiating. Following late Howard Carpenter, has recently and Jimmy Prescott,

alone $368.288.06 more thanIt Miss., and many :from our fore this his little cousin's dog 10th Grade BLlnda: Adkln- funeral services, Mrs. Fisher was been named to his present loway that right of Rep.way search Is now
h 10.
0
is paying in taxes. enjoyed transferred to Sidney, stockholder In the
clubs. Everybody
nearer was poisoned also. son Mark Anderson. Theresa position as a being carried otu on the "BabeGordon"
He lists other benefit coming participating in the dance for theheart I would ask you this-Have Beck, Lamar Bryan Susan Camp, Graveside services were conduct Key-Adams-Carpenter Insurance road.

to the District including welfare fund and,also the deliciou* you ever. tried to find the wordsto bell David Cheshire. Maurice ed Sunday afternoon in the Grace- Agency, Inc., at Louisville Ken.
payments, the vocational and I old why Cemetery In Sidney, Ohio.
land
refreshments. four
year tucky.
explain to a Cosson Marie Dickey Mary Ores- HarrisonTo
Conner Appoints
technical school and a host of Then on t 113) : following Fridav his dog had to die? I have. Have sett Herbert Haight Rodney; Clary Funeral Home was In Mr. Carpenter 2807 Woodward CommitteeState

other benefits."I night the C'.1..U' 1 rot into full 1 iou ever tried to explain to him Hardy Dale Johnson, Janie Jones, charge of local arrangements. Drive, vice-president and secretary State Tung

believe this Is good government swing with it' "ul 1 15 couples pre- why his Daddy had to dig a hole Jim McCall John McDonald: of the affcncy, U now aurlncfpal Commissioner,
Agriculture
and good business and I 1 to leurn the dancing. and bury his Wnllnn Students Took stockholder along with
oaring square ,back yard
in
Butch Roger
Slay
your Anita Moody, Doyle Conner of Tallahassee, announces -
believe the taxpayers of the District Sen. These cobles. expect to beautiful, big Collie playmate? I I Smith Laura Walden Karen War Engineering. Tent Robert P. Adams, Jr.. president. the appointment of a

feel the same way" graduate In abc 13 week have. Have you ever heard him Douglas Woodruff, Walter Mr. Carpenter, age 37. started Committee.
ren. Elliot, State Tung Advisory
Galloway said. On February 22: while our> caller in saying his prayer every night, Wooten. Edwin Cuchens Johnny with the company in 1855 and six : W. L.
in Mobile, wehad God for his Andrew! Hanus, Thomas Sutton named to his Those appointed were
Ever.t
Johnny ;: \ fail to thank Alford months ago was
never Grade B Harrison.
9th : Larry DeFunlak Rabon. Monticello, Oscar -
of
Teaching ScholarshipExam a visitir caer)* Bud Seaman Goldie"? I have. Im sure you Susan end Timothy Sutton present position.
Pat Bell. Rebecca Brown. Agricultural Agent.
and
Winners Announced from li.j; : Promenadors inPanama can not understand love like this' Michelle Springs with Diana Suggs Ife Is the nephew of Mr. George County
done such Brown, Betty Sue Bryan, Weiss of Freeport took DeFuniak Springs; R. H. Burgress
-City. could never have Normette Cawthon of DeFuniak Springs.
or you Colvard Tallahassee
State Superintendent Cartwright Marjorie the 1964 National Assistant County Agent -
Thomas D. Bailey, Ten couples from the Promen- the tests for
I a wrong. Jacklin Cornvan Sue Crawford, Ted Gortemoller, Marianna;
Search.The
Instruction
;
of Public Aptitude
aders with Bud. order that he not grow Engineering Walton County
came Now, in ,
John Gillie, Elnor Glass,. Nancy of the Richard Ohmes Tallahassee and
has announced that the following -Club Reporter with hate in his heart for Gulf Coast Chapter Chamber of Commerce
up Holder Gall Jones Sue Kelly, wishes Dan Dubroff Althea.
seniors from Society -
two high school to explain to him, Florida Engineering Community Calendar
I'm trying
vou Jennifer King, Miles King, Michelle and the
county have won a state thank pacer
Walton wrong to your
Beta Sigma Phi that even thouvh it was Merrill. Ann February 27-March 5 of Florala, asks
competitive teacher training scholarships that maybe Kring Lynda staff At the Coca Cola Buildingfor Tully Goodwin,
his dog,
Valentine Party for you to kill Nelson Michael that Sen. Clyde
for college work. he must for- Myers Carolyn making this effort availableto us to announce
sorry and Feb. 27-Social: Security IncomeTax
are at
Johnson you Pentecost Chuck Roehm, Charlotte Galloway will be the speaker
Lou ,
Walton: Virginia Mrs. Tim The DeFuniak Country Clubwas ive. You will not be forgotten Rushing. Maude Sawyer, these! students. meeting Paxton, 7:30.: the Lockhart-Florala Rotary club
daughter of Mr. and the setting for a Valentine for In his prayer he asks Tax meeting Paxton, 730.: Col
now the
at
of 411 East Bay Avenue, and Shaw. Gary Shelley, Patsy Spikes, 1\flcil Judy and Robert Rlvard of on March 2 at noon
Johnson dinner-dance held by the Exemplar God to help you to be sorry March 2-Paxton City Council
is senior at Walton and plansto more ofhis Johnnie Mae Stokes, Eugene Sullivan Florida State, spent the weekend cnialh otel there.Weather.
a Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi to please not kill any 700.:
Junior College Dan Thomason. Wayne Mrs. Ruth
Pensacola mother
,
enroll at their
on February 14. The dinner menu friends dog's.Before Rebecca Thome. Janet with DeFunlak Lions, 700.:
Thompson Report
in September. tossed salad acraln, I ask Rivard. March 3 Funlak Eastern Star
Tivoli: Marcus Edmond Paul, consisted of steaks, you do this Walden Fredrick Warren, Charles Mr.yo".rJ: Brown and Miss -

son of Mr. and Mrs. Marl: Campbell baked potato rolls cherry icecream vou to please stop and think. Wood. Donnie Woodall. Betty l'a..ucr of Huntsville, Ala., 730.: 00. Date High Low Rain
Favors PTA. 7
and coffee. Boland Darlington :
and cake
of Ft. Walton Beach, Is a -Mrs. Mildred 8th Grade-B: Mark Anderson, I were wfoekend l guests" of his r.ri 19 59 36
door 700. February
and PTA.
of :
candy Liberty
to attend I were boxes Donna Beasley Beth Campbell,, Mr Wendell
senior at Tivoli and plains nttf, Mr and 12:15. 20 57 28
awarded. Kiwanis :
I prizes were Sandra Campbell, Mike Carter,
in September. CLUB
27
college BEAGLE H..own. 21 53
dinner dancing was Jaycccs. 7:00.:
After the Robert Fountain -
Scho- Janice Commander
These Teacher Training this will be a meeting at the -- -- -- -- -- March 4 1200. 22 53 34 .10
njoyed. Those attending There Krista Gatlln, I Pilots. :
to $600.00 Elnor Garret,
larships are worth up social of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Garden Club, 3:00.: 23 54 19
of highlight of the chapter's home Gillis Dianne Holland En- inirloy Ward. Jimmy Wesley DeFunink
per year for a four year period Mrs. JohnKeel. east Bar Avenue, Saturday Roger Walton Lions. 7:15.: 24 600 30
of events were: Mr. and Irvine, on Donna LaFrance, tJohinnn Wllham. Alan Williams So.
the ,winning of one 8:00 da Johnson, t 40 .59
time and reflects great credit on the Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rutherford February 29, 1964 at : Floyd Lathinghouse, Janice Maul- 7 Gride-B-Mike Blacksmith! March 5-Green Thumb Carder 25 55

them their Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Galloway. McDonald Christine Cathy Copeland. John Elliot. Ca- Club 315.:
and
ftudent. their parents Mr. and Mrs.' L. E. Gris.wold ajn.This meeting will be to establish din Evelyn Kennan Powell Burvin I ihriino Carney, Roger.. Gomilllon P.T.A. County Council Liberty Weather forecast: Increasing.
pective schools. .. club In Walton McDuffie, cloudiness, little warmer. Rood'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Prescott. a beagle Jeanne Kee. 7:00.:
> Ifenderson.
the results Rebecca Sanders, WaynSconiers ( ryl
These scholarships are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kennedy county. You do not have to own Pugh, Stephen chance of rain. High temperatures
Johnny Lindsey, I
.
examinations Ricky Scott. Terry Shoaf, K.iut.
of competitive Springs Mr. and Mrs. Pace Allen, a I bveagle to Join. Just be In- Spence, JoAnn Meadows Sarah Myers Durwood Mrs. W. M. Hutchinson and ranging between 60-66 degrees.
held here in DeFunlak Please come and help us Marie Slay Margaret with less than 2O percent possible sun.
Pinckard terested. visited
the direction Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stewart Sandra Sutton, Pool Margaret Roberts, Nancy | Mrs Muriel Lyles
October 2122. under General Mr. and Mrs. Burvin Pugh, Mr.and get organized. For more information Raymond Walden. 1 Sharpe, Denton Southard. Peggy Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Lynn m Flor- shine. Weather records furnished

of Dwan of Schools.Bishop.for Walton Mrs. T. R. Plttman Mrs. R. call TW welcome 6-7681!after $00 p.m.., Joyce Randy Turner Walker, George Wallace, Spence Freida Ward. 1(ala Saturday. by Radio WZEP. '

Supervisor J. Kelly and Mrs. Oudia Clark. Everyone

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Wilbur Kelly, Pastor . '
Next year George will be a civil engineer from Tech. And Meredith is studying Home Economics at State. ., .. .
lan Church '
Ouvu Baptist ,
Pastor. OrvU Miller If' you were their parents, wouldn't you consider that a pretty good background for marriage?! Boy witha ;..' '" t

Santa Rosa Baptist Mission ": promising profession Girl with a sound grasp of the family budget! ;
Rev. Marvin Taylor ", .
: But should we be so naive? What they study in college 1 is foreground, not background. It equips our sons ..-.. -.".:', ..t" .

First Presbyterian Church and daughters for the immediate opportunities and obligations the future presents. ,,',,
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Deruni springs Fl Personal character determines the ability of a man and woman to meet the demands of sacrIfice and .. "
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Gayle W. Threlkeld, unselfishness that marriage requires. The Church molds character as it builds faith. For character is one of :. '. ':

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Glendale Presbyterian Church . 'The ability to love unselfishly is another! Red Bay Presbyterian Church :, '

John M. Ash, Minister i . '

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W. O. WiUham, Pastor 4. _

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Rev. Wilbur F.! Cotton. Pastor. *
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Gaskin First Baptist Church h. factor on earth for the build. "' :
L. Ct. Johnson, Vaster ing of character and good '

8'' citizenship. is a storehouse .
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baptist Church 'L''' < of spiritual values. Without J. .
W. L. Clark, Pastor '. Se E ; >. t a strong church; neither ,
t, SS ,.a V? : democracy nor civilization ,'. '.'"

Friendship Baptist Church +\Ii r can survive. There are four ""f..:.:. '
C. Lester Weekly, Pastor', .( sound reasons why every ,., '
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Ga&kin South Baptist- Church :;
regularly and support the i',
Rev Tucker Aplln t! y church. '.. '
They are: ((1)) For his ; .
Glendale Baptist Church '; own sake. ((2)) For his chile 0:; ......' ',-
Bob Holta Pastor dren's sake. ((3)) :For the sake :.
of his .
community and nation. '
Limit Stone Baptist Church i .. ., R ((4)) For the sake of the church ,;' .
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Tiev. Cony Black, Pastor! . < itself which needs his moral._ ..,r.r. '.
.i i. and material support. Plan .- )'Jl2'"
New Harmony Baptist ChurcrRev. 1 4 to go to church regularly -'':, , ,
Kenneth Klcklighter? and read your Bible daily .d!' ",.' ,
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Oak Grove Baptist Church va: '
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Paxtou Church .
Baptist V5 H.Rev .
M. M. IiarrbPleasant ..'
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Pleasant Grove Baptist Church r ;
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Rev. :Malcom '
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lied Bay Baptist Church] ,I. .
Rev. T. R. Padgett ' ,
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Rev. Ivan Martin ." ,*,-, +_ .
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Caney Creek Baptist Church ': 1 Corinthians I Corinthians Ephesians I Timothy Titus Hebrews James i: ,.4' 55 . '

Uev. T. J. Anderson ; 7:1-7 7:8-16 5:21-83: 6:3-10 2:1-8: 13:1: $ 4:1-10 ;i ." ....'.': r
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Liberty Assembly of Gtod a-o

Children'J. W. Slngletary Horn Aasembly eC 0.. by Following Interested. Individuals and Business Establishments: -

Pastor: GUM Powell

I'axtoa Asaembljr erf Oed
W. A. Whltaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott

A GOOD HARDWARE STORE
West End Assembly eC a.I PLUMBING HEATING
Gary Richard "If IT BURNS GAS--CALL US" A. B Covell
Til LIVE OAK AVE. Pi 1 Wiggly
Cluster Springs Baptist Church ggq CONTRACTORComander Rivard Chevrolet
George W. Thoraason. Pastor FORD CAIN'S King & Co. TIM' ORIGINAL S.lf."rvleFurniture

Mossy Head Baptist MlssloM Standard Station Company
Floyd Garrett PastorArgyle FunelaMWASHINGS
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Duffy Co.
OIL Peoples I Water ServiceCompany Home
GREASING
Baptist Mission -
Rev. Lee King MERGER COMANDER. u .a The DeFuniak Heralu
Goffs elF 0i' rd Co.
Lake Stanley Baptist Civ... Ready To OP COASTAL FLORIDA .
t Rev. Harold R. Padgett Wear Store
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M. rrn ST.Western ::
RITZ THEATRE PURINA DEALM Electric Cooperative

&. "';:'. ;' ':"J"oIj Auto -GET MORE OUT OF LIFE- Moore Furniture r. Inc. V

h ,; I':%i':: :::j.... Associate Store GO OUT TO .A MOVIE"nr..t National' Bank IOU ENJOY BETTER LIVIN*s:: '

J.; 'ra oIt:1.' : ': .J.. tth Street ASIER LIVE LIVING.IELIECTRICALr.orioIt W1HE'--VAU

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Point Washington 'and relatives. j bert wishes go with, then They SAM MITCHELL there will enable him to<, make Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Puckett M.r.' Sunny Yate '
Mrs. I r j, and daughter of Miami, were! Teas Un'\'i; ..ity i
Steve Barrott has returned will be missed very much bothat you a goort Scnn' -r.
And The Beaches to her Seng rove Beach home Seagrove and PtJ.1: Washington 11. Sam will always vote and weekend visitors in the E. C. days this week here .v '
o 4 Ir w+'a 1 from of the small Puckett home. eats, Mr. nnd Mss. K.\ ,
.. Birmingham where! she was They have operated 'the Seagrov uphold the principles ''
Miss Reglnia Chauncey has been the liouspgtK'St of her son-in-law Manor fo: the! past 11 years. counties aa: he has: ; been not.M:t for Mr. and Mrs. John Venters of ]Mr. :and Mrs. Jevt '-I

confined to her home for the past I fond daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs. Mary Gric> and grand- : "" ,n the past. Huntsvillc. Ala., spent the week of M manna, spent 11\ ;
ten days with pneumonia. We Harris for 10 days. Mrs. daughter of Red Hay spent Wed_ 12. It is Sam's sincere wish to end here with his parents, Rev. here with her: pan-n '
hope for her a speedy recovery. Katherinie Hannah brought her nesday with Mr. and Mrs. Gene contact each of you personally to and Mrs. W. H. Venters. Mm. Miles, Nowling

Her mother, Mrs. Albert Butler home and will remain for a visit Ir.flnger. : ..... t.h N9My11 1 solicit your vote and support in -- ----; -- -
und Mrs. E. E. Comstock took \ with Mrs. Molly McGee. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stricklan \' .. ; yn the forth coming primarU-s. --
I I.I. M.A MISS
her to Tyndall to the Dr. Thurs- Mrs. Harold Saltsman and Mrs were business visitors in DeFunlak ; I
Oay. Evie Bailsman and grandchildren Springs Friday.Mr. Mrs. D. C. Jones: is spendingthis Introducing the newest Slant-0-Malic\ GOO :s,,
Mrs. Ollie Sue Godwin of New Cid and Gay Godwin were bust and Mrs. Buddy Hoi ley and ,; week in Tallahassee with Machine with the new Auto-Keel!

Orleans, spent the weekend of ness visitors in DeFunlak Springs Children of Nicevllle, spent Friday ; her son Clinton Jones I No BOBBIN WINDER and no BOBBIN TENSION ,
February 16th with her mother Friday of last week. with his parents the W. A.JIolley. r 1--==:-- --= -: -- ever again? JUST IN TIME for your SPRING SEW'' ,
end children. Mr. and Mrs. M:. C Munn of .. "
Master Stan Toole was the recent Scacrove Bench spent Wednesday Mr and Mrs. Russell Haden of I'f" 1IM !!, !"16' TODAY.those EASTER FROCKS. PLACE YOUR ORDER F..

weekend guest of his grand- in DeFuniak Springs! Seagrove Beach, were shopping i it

parents, the E. Tool in De- Mr. and'Mrs. R. O Saltsman Panama City nst week. __ '\I ::;:::- Call Ruth. Hurl your Singer Representative*
Funlak Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Dill have received word that their son Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Burlison, Sand { _" TW 6-3871:

Toole and daughter Elyce went John has been a? !j'ncd to Lowery Mrs. Red of Panama City TOPICS .- -
t'n Sunday afternoon to bring him AFB, Colo., near Denver lIe left visited the Roy Burlison Sunday I ITp -. ------ '-
home. Lackland In Texas: last week. afternoon. Other guests during the .- ' !'Y '#: :. .. ', .:..'- .-

Mr. 'and Mrs. Gene Inflngcr j Mr. and Mr', S M. Carroll 'of afternoon were another of MrBurllson's A Service, ol' Your Hue I or ol Medicine, ,
RUN\FOA1'M t1rNATE Your Local Medical, Society and the ,
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brothers Mr. and Mrs. j:;
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were business visitors in DeFun-! Sea grove Beach, moved to Brunsj Florida Medical Anocatlon.PRENATAL II _
lak Springs Monday and went on wick Ga. the weekend where Edd Burlison and their son, C. E. CAREIMPORTANT
j past Vernon, High
Sam Mitchell
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I. Burlison and Miss Lillie Jordan
to Red Bay to visit, with friends- (-they" -will.. ,make their home.. Our all of Panama City. School athletic coach and ::order LET US TREA J

-, .. : ,-.. .. t1,. ,..- .' '. ,:. We are pleased to report that State Representative, said State he .r.-natural Childbirth and normal i I..* a completely happening
candidate for
Mr. Ora Strickland of Sumcrall plans to be a
in majority of
and
IA7yc/ '?' '1 ra' Miss., has recovered sufficiently Senator:; from the Third Districtin births there a are large no special prob-
from his recent heart attack to the Democratic primaries this lems for either child or mother.
move home from the hospital. spring. The early weeks of pregnancy;
Mr. and Mrs. Ian Stricklandwere I A native Washington county's are he most important in theinfant's
development I It t is during
tkofk hosts to the Rev. Claude Hard[ Labor community, Mitchell ( :
tiJ. this period that the growing .f I
McGIll and family Sunday when is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. baby is most susceptible( to
they entertained them for din- Mitchell of Route 2, Chipley. He all sorts of problems that will
f4' ;Y 1 I > ner at Clayton's Restaurant at lived on a farm until age 18 and cause trouble later. Widespread\
t studies have shown that log Oleo
rh ".r (Santa Rosa Beach. attended elementary school in many"
birth problems could have been
Gene and Lillie Infinger en- the Hard Labor school. prevented or reduced if the
.' e I loved a visit from his sister Mrs Mitchell\ attended Chi po. la dust mother-to-be had consulted a FLOW i is \
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''fir t f Cats RyIM :Ada Ammons of Red Bay, or for College for two years, and physician at the outset of pregnancy
I Wednesday:; last week. graduated with a B.S. Degree from or even before "(comins; W w
Livingston State Teachers Collegein pregnant
,Fish Fry and Work-Day At Alabama in 1952. He taught diet For containing instance all a well-balanced the essentialsto with real Georgia cone tavor'r ;

Pt. Washington Park school one year in Jackson County proper nutrition and growth
a 'vA ,,.l I and then spent two years in is necessary for both mother tts lhtt-rY
t Mrs. Albert Butler, chairman o< the armed service afterwards and infant. The doctor< has long
he Landscape Committee of the obtaining a Masters Degree in been aware of the importanceof Let treat .
diet in pregnancy and thus us you to delicio.
,, Garden Club, wishes t' Education from George Peabody
-- -- -- Magnolia counsel to the mothcr-to- flowing Cold Syrup with that I
t Q I announce that the club is sponsoring College in Nashville, Tenn. gives Certain infectious. diseases smacking Georgia Cane Flavor) I ji tt t
YELLOW a work day at the Part) He returned to Washington such as German measles can: purchase; a pint size package .t
". [ COK R 11 HYBRID I on Saturday, February 29th. No county as Vernon High School have infant an if adverse the mother effect becomesill. on the t Flowing Gold Syrup, remove > a

: CORN I only members of the club bu' athletic coach 'in 1954 and has particularly during the first label and send it along with vor<
everyone Interested in the community held that post"'ever since. three months of pregnancv. It name and address to tut addre-
t !. I Very Prolific I II are urged to come out ahc: In 1956 Mitchell was electedto is most important for the prospective s listed below. If IOU prefer to buy:
work.It the State Legislature to complete mother to exercise any of the economical larger Silt s
' Ideal ear and stalk height for I II is hoped to clear the under- the unexpired term of Rep. extra precautions against ex- of Flowing Gold Syrup, your rcfui. 1

? mechanical harvesting I rI Towth and get the park in shape Jeff Webb vho resigned. His posure Blood to typing infection of both ailments.father a, Y IIIZ 9 of will the be pint equal size.to the prevailing per,.*
nor the beautification program- freshmen session was a special and mother will inform, the doctor
Premium quality grain II I 'vhich will be financed from thr meeting on reapportionment as to whether there ;is a
proceeds of the Fashion Show re- shortly after his election. Mitchell possibility of a o'l.nli' of blood NONCE:One".. (lwp.,l rm I I. Ot., ", .
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Resists drought weevils storms type t 'utv o parents . .
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-ently sponsored by the club. was re-elected in 1956 and was , .IS'Of.l ti thin J aDt hehad
that rolilems\ for ,
may cause .
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Consistently high yields I Please come prepared to wor)- re-elected in 1958 without op- i i the infant. War i-d<1 in advance erw v.rile)d..'you"d.wilt cwit r<.c."ft1 4v.i./l a Unil.o We., r ret.,.,. 1
all day as a fish dinner will br position. the doctor can prepared! to ..ny UU 01.toctllty.....oh'. lhn..,lff a I It7ltlwm
served at noon by the committeeThe Mitchell helped organize the I f meet this! cm:. :>tion. Drugssometimes tMuUMnf well offin.PLOWIN8
: Coker 71 is Tnoney-mfiliin corn Plant it! : orking will begin at 9 ajn Vernon Boaster Club in 1956. The j can have: an effect
on the embrvo. particularly: during ..- _ _ _ mctman .
and please bring tools to work club noahas 89 members. He is
I I with. a past president of the Vernon nancy.the The early expectant month!) of mother preg SOIO SYRUP P.O.Box 3A'tany.Georgia!:
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Ir Lion Club and a member ofthe should be very csutio, : about GENTLEMEN: Enclosed is front of label of Flowing Gold Syrup pack- d
"I PCDIGHLSD L: [; SEED COMPANY I II Miss Gladys Rogers visited with Vernon Masonic Lodge!, the taking any drugs! without consulting I Please send me purchase price of one pint. .
I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Corbitt In Veterans of Foreign wars,Florida her doctor. .
HARTSVILLC SOUTH CAROL'NA *,nIfay on Sunday.Mrs. Education Association and 'Na. solve Good all of prenatal care won't rte. -.... rr
the problem!
I I liaise! Cotton? Plant Coker I Murdock Straughn and tional Education Association.Mrs. I with childbirth, but associate it .
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Carolina Queen) Mrs.. Kenneth Straughn spent Mitchell is the former -."I l rti.tlile:. th.? doctor to deal 0Ir sue 1p,
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wwrrel Tuesday in Pensacola. Nellie lenders of Aliceville. Ala. -- t, m- cf th?m. 41. /-/m-mtaClmB CI 0.1mi0essau. r 11
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LET iJS HELP YOU have as encouraged a candidate.me"to He offer said myself he. ; rt"i; ; ; ; : i 'a rti. ;) r \/u.

II familiar with the area's legislative -
problems and intends to -1
wage a vigorous campaign. n+- .aw ri y a


Pay Your Bills!. opposed 1. Sam to Mitchell PLATFORM the Auto Is Tag very License much t Ij I

Bill that was passed during the WONDERFULLY ,j
last session of the Legislature and SIMPLESet t
will vote to repeal the Law. '

Does This Look Familiar? 2. Sam is opposed to Florida to dry Just any one tabrlqbeautifully dial; = -_= --

Development Commission spendIng : ., _.
money to advertise South _
Television Payments .. $15.80 per month Florida and neglect our area of! y. '
the State. I will work for our .
Automobile Payment $66.00 per month area being given the name con- r

Furniture Payment $25.00'per month sideration as any part of the State
3. Sam is very much in favor
and will work for a Free Com-
Total Payments $106.80 per monthIT modity Program to needy fajni- CLEANS IN SECONDS ita
lies for our District. No-stoop lint screen '
4. Sam Mitchell realizing the right on door!

IS POSSIBLE TO CONSOLIDATE ALL OF THESE need for a Vocational Trade
School for the Third Senate District :

,BILLS AND STILL HAVE THAT MUCH NEEDED will do all in his power to -
have one located in this area.

HOME IMPROVEMENT . AND REDUCE 'YOUR 5. Sam will work for the continued -
improvement of our Ed-
PAYMENT! ''' ucational facilities throughout' BIG CAPACITYDries .
area. The importance of education full 12-pound p '
for our youth today makes alt
'Yo,,' wish to odd another room, build a garage paint or people concerned about the typewe washer load I
SUPPOSE
make some other home improvement costing say 200000. offer to our children so they
may able to compete in their :
society. There is f .r
You have other bills and absolutely nothing -
BUT amounting to. perhaps $1500.00 r : more important today than I
have monthly payments of about $100.00 . so, In order the welfare of our children.

6. Sam will use his
past -
experience
NOWSO to pay off all your bills and make your improvements you in the Legislature to help 1m. ENDS LINE DRYING t rde JSA-C3, electric
need $3500.00. prove the recreational facilities for WEAR AND TEAR i t*

the general public. As a sports Exclusive: Flowing Heat "

Fisher's can make you a loan to cover everything with man himself, conservation will beof dries breeze-fresh PORCELAIN

monthly payments of only . $62.08. 7.vital importance. even safer than sunshine! ENAMcLED'DRUM:; SPECIALwon't
Sam will give the kind of
You.have bencfitted in three leadership we need to make our snag WASH & WEAR CARE
: important ways: -"'" delicate lingerie I .
1. All of your old debts have been paid. road building industry a success. -< "" Rust-ns I slant, "' ' \\rinklcs-Atvay/ drying
He Is very much concerned and i :.. : for all Wash &Wears
2. Your Home smooth
new Improvements have been made. as glass! la
will work for the four Saves ironing!
lanlng of
", 3. Your total monthly payments have been cut from I[ Highway/ 90, which crosses the

$100.00 to, $62.0St! middle of the Third Senate Dis-

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CALL US OR COME IN AND LET US TELL i 8.the Sam old has people always and been will continueto a friendof

YOU l\10RE.AnOU r THIS PLAN look after their interest as a EARLY BIRD SPECIALS 149.95Value
public servant. He also plans to Frigidaire
take a more realistic approach to Room

rehabilitating children, especially Air Conditioners!
Child Welfare Services. NOW

9. Sam understands many of the 19.000 BTU/HR 88
problems that all farmers are Save '40.00 ,000 BTU/HR ONLY $12$

confronted work very with close and with promises him. He lo 2.76 per week Only '179.95aft.rdown

n was born and reared on a farm paymentGnIf
and feels that he has a fair
knowledge of the problem. If
you will send Sam to the Senate .
f the farmer and the workingman Rower ; ;
will be represented for the I I CompanySorthV
next lour'years.ID. | _
When You Think of Hardware. Think of F1.eYsW. Having the opportunity ofi

serving in the House of Representatives I lit Florida's AppI
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1- for fl.e years. Sam Headquarters
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training session will begin at 7.3pjn : of colonieS after being e&ut.ll5hE'tJ
w'B! beheld at DeFunlak Springson
I Farmers, businessmen und their Wednesday.\ March 25 Th
County Agent's NotesOscar :' wives are urged to attend Buildup menuns? will b* at the Wttltun, ASSESSOR'S1t
your Social Security payment county Fair building and! willbepn I TAX
r.ow and you will be adding to ut 10.00 am. p
Harrison your retire men In later years Anyone, desiring to pu.Ila) "e a
Ladies especially invited hive-iff bees should contact' Count
Agent IT O. Harrison The bees
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The Walton county 4-H Electric meeting and installed in a hive't NOTICE
Florida Agricultural Extension SnrlMWilton r Club will meet Saturday, John D. Haynie, Extension Apiculturist -
1.__ February 29 at 10( ;00 a,m. The from Gainesville will !be I
Couoty board .f Commif......... 4.q.rstl".s group meets at the CHoctawhatchee in charge of the meeting The

i' Floyd Electric is leader Cooperative.for the club.Cecl Th ladies are especially InviUO !! I will l be at the following place on the flntes) !given for the purposeof

WEST FLORIDA BREEDERS (Is ready to assist interested cattle aim of the club is to learn more BEFORE YOU TURN IN receiving tax returns for the year of 1 ICG.I. (On all property.)
SERVICE owners All breeds are represented about the practical use and main- I
tenance of electricity in the home.
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CHECK Precinct
Farmers and ranchers in Wal Boys and girls between the ages c
ton and adjoining counties can .v. INCOME TAX.SOCIAL of ten and twenty are eligible to No. Name Place Iay' Dale (Hours
now breed their cows artificially. SECURITY TRAININGAll Join. .
Mr. Coy Burgess, Route 1 1. DeFun- persons interested in advice 15 Point Washington! Post Office Fri., Feb. 2$ !):0()-10:00() A.M.
lak Springs, !<'la.-Tek phone No and Information on Income Tax TRAINING MEETING IN Inlet Heath I follow ay'H Store>( Fri., Feb. 2S I 10:00-11:00 A.M.
'rW6-6312. Is livid representatives and Social Security should attenda BEEKEEPINGA .o ltz Santa t Rosa Reach rostoffice Fri., Feb. 28' 12:00-2:00: 1'.M.
for West Florida Breeders Ser- training school that will be held training meeting on hive
vice. Mr. Burgess has recently at the Paxton City Hall this equipment for establishing i a :lt I.nkewoud Campbell's Store Tues.Iar.t: : )::00()()-11:00: \.M.
completed: the training course and Thursday night, February 27. The colony; and general management 'o Paxton Ma this* Store Tues., :Mar ::1 11:15; -12:15 1 .M.
- .. --- --' I 27 Clear; Springs Church Tues., Mar ::1 J 12:10: ()-1JO: P.M.

17 Liberty Jones Store Wed., Mar. I !):00-10:00: A.M.
21 C'anev Creek Church Wed., :Mar. J 10ir; -11:15; A.M.
< A In cum Steel ChurchChurch; Wed., :Mar. 1 1 1:00: ()-2:00: ) ) P.M.
FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND '' 21 Pleasant' Ridge Wed., :Mar. -I I 2:15; -:.1:00: ) P.M.

)rum aMi AAw p's THAT c10 APir/Ant1Cec*1ewV LAl Arrvi?AC 21)J ) ;Mir.imarClmrtnw Hishop's Pure Oil Sta.VenterH I'd., Mar f tt !9a0-11:30):: : ) \.M.
PRESCRIPTION NEEDS I &itTeictotfMPCOOKtnMfArwrf9\\ ::13 J Mem. Church! Sal. :Mar. 7 <):00-12:00: \.M.
OPTS fffcvftrrptttss I

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

N. A. DIXON Assessor to file your returns and exemptions.The .
,
Well Driller law requires that you make a full return on all property

Kkiig'sCosmetics Rexall Drugs Rotary I[ specialize equipment in $. ;3,and Call 4 S33-2048 in wells. owned by you as of January 1, 1964 to the Tax Assessor at full

Vernon, Florida cash value and claim homestead exemption and any other exemptions -

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

1961 through March 31, 1964. For those that are unable to apply) in

0 UR. person, please drop me a card and request an application be mailed -
!
to you.

Gifts All Occassion Cards II
K.
HUBERT R. ADKINSONTax :


Phone TW 4-2281 j Assessor Walton County
Hy: M. O. "B.ddy" Warier.
DeFuniak Springs, Florida
DeFUNL\K SPRINGS, FLORIDA Cholesterol is a
much'I'I
bruited about term, I
ersial in medical i
largely misunderstood and - ,
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often needlessly feared by the
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layman. I
Cholesterol is the ycllowis.h-
"64 Corvair MonzaChevrolet .. white fatty chemical tibund. Friday and SaturdayBIG
f(7' ant In milk, cheese, butter,
eggs and meat. When the body
by fails to properly metnholi7c i BONUS SAVINGS
_/ cholesterol bits of the ndl-
gestcd substance may narrow
EVERYONE!
artery walls, Inviting eventual FOR
: / clots Paradoxically, however
: fii: the body needs cholesterol] to
,
build cells and to produce n... ,tr
.' hormpnes; thus, added fuel In

< .... ,_... ,'J t .. Y ,.J: .''., heaped terolathero on !clerosf the !fats-choirs-i ''J>
/ ; \-t ,IO"\t" ;;, controversy. I of
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:t ..,.,'1'_ "') .. i. controversy At any rate regarding, there N the no YOU WONT SEE A SALE LIKE IT FOR ANOTHER FOUR YEARS I IMen's
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-.-: ---: ::.Y.' : -1' ., oual:ty of the prescription
service at Service Drug Com- Snort ami
.-:'..,........i::... pany Work is fast, efficient z zr
and thoroughly satisfactory at
Service DrDug Company. ENTIRE STOCK!
I I Dress Shirts
This week's Household hint: I WOMEN'SREG.5.99
In a pinch you can use white
liquid shoe polish to write on Dress Shoes
A lOaW11 the black pages of photo al- I Entire Stock!

bums. 2 FOR $5
REG. 2.99
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4 SPORT SHIRTS: Newest styles; regular,

A Ivy Hi-boy and shfrt-Jacs. All wash 'n

fabrics. Sizes S M L. XL
I 2 DAYS wear ,
? t'r
II ONLY DRESS SHIRTS: Wash 'n wear fine Pima
w I
y I 'r' tIuI '" cotton In either long or short sleeve
.prlog tleandt
d r.. '$' 's' C I lr styles. Sizes 14 to 11.WOMEN'S .



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Women's Slips HANDBAGS


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I tjfl ii ENTIRE REG. 2.99STOCK"

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'64 Corsair Monza Club Coup
POWER HORSE I Reg. 1.99 268Choose

(that puts superior traction under you) ". _
CWh l IIorM.of .
from our entire stock of fine 1.99 2 DAYS ONLY
Here's a tableful of real bone
do best the highway. Others and flat cornering make anything from and Full and
Some< cat-- on The big get-up-and-go, do-any- nylons, Dacrons cottons. ,...Ir ,?,rrS
l for city driving. rush-hour driving to parking a cinch. ., .. r
seem uuloi-ma: < < s .r Ir.
lob half styles. 4-gore shadow panel lace
-all-year-'rotmdWheelHorse ,
Then there'!* ('oivaii-that gets along Take back-road driving. The weight of
just great\ most injuheie Swishing along Corvair's engine bearing down on the rear lawn and garden tractor. trimmed. 'Complete size range.
There's choice of all
a engines
a highway. Scurrying*? around in traffic. wheels gives them remarkable grippingOr 1 '
the 10 full horse-
to
wading through a wggy trail. power on most any surface, whether it's way up
Take highway driving. Corvair's got a loose,solid,dry,w et-or even snow covered. power. Cut the biggest lawn,

bigger new engineith. horsepower up Something else you can take note of, till the biggest garden, push BOY'S SHORT SLEEVE

nearly 19,; in the standard version. But .too: There's no radiator to overheat or aside the biggest layer of snow WOMEN'S

in case figures don't impress you,just wait run dry. No hoses to check or replace. No -with Wheel Horse all-geared SPRING
SPORT SHIRTS
need antifreeze.The air cooled. power.Over 20 quick-attaching
until you head a Corvair for some far for engine's ..
away place,; You'll get the message. Beginning to sound like'a car you can tools Precision engineered, w Blouses
built Wheel Hone has
quality
Take city diivmg Corvair's really warm up to? Then there's

trim size, light .tPtnr-ir J 'because only one thing left to take:a ride a track record never equaled. Entire Sleek 1.68
the engine "w r.j ght's in the rear) in one at your Chevrolet dealer's.THE Get a Wheel Horse for yourself.
I REG.1.99
Anything else Is second best. MI

GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet CbevtB. Chary n.Conic.Corvette I
GET A HORSE! '

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HARDE8TY LAWN MOWER .2 DAYS ONLY .

Chevrolet Co. SERVICE' t N.IIJ..Io..prl.l.. IJ., NI,..
Repairs on all makes of lawnmowers
.. I t:.dL p.pI New III.Boy collar, shirt-Jacs

All work garanteed | regular and Ivy styling; wash n'
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THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK HEKALD-I1REEZE --
:'VOLUME_73-PUBLISHED _EVERY -. __ rr _
. ABR&8TlloiOIJJ'F CASES aaron? ''aLr .
I DATE NAME I CIIUtI', :">I '1\ L'

: f 1 '3t .1 Da,14, lIt&nler pt.atter, FlIP VW .usll0c 11
: W.M-A.21 .t.: .i
F1nkleD Baldwin, Dept. Sheriff '
John
r 1 Dave 1mW!

\ HERE'S TO OUR Get i GDonald. W111u Salt.amaD, Conn. imp.,
...
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a'T' .t Roberrt 3b. Wabr PleUter, FHP No \?, i
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FIUTIIFULr W.N.A-" 'Ct' e
cm Pt.IUer FHP .
No
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WM ... e

._ !!! !MEN\ SA e 8 Allne.Thomas.. .' t.waColley Ri.prer Cwwr/l/ Pep.l>ep. Sherltt IiIberlft NuDrun I::

eW' nk Barker Mile CODllt. DituDruii,
Pa W'Me
l' it. ,,.. W Bobby 'Lee Bennett Caswell Dep. Sberlft
'f r : i, d roC.roe. Plelfter, FHP t.o\; \'"
and StartIICoDnccUng"r WT ; ;: fte.pr'u, Dep. Sheriff J
dh" Won i
,___ WElIAard2Pryor} '. -
+ T Norman: R. .1ulllWo Saltamau, Coast ExpiRecKl l..
WM-A.20 .
7, Norman R. .JuUano 8 1tatns t. Conat )

WMA20a Robert B. JeftenoD Anderson, Sheriff '. ... <.:
8 James A.C'han 8altllman, Con.t. \1nh.,, .,'
W.M-A-S4. -

Thanks to their traditional sense of service Oct 963. II Ray B. Camb McDaniel niP :Ho \ .'
W.M.A.21 L" "
and responsibility, you know you can Even If you can't save much at II W.M.A.3 James E. Analado NcDal1lel, FHP :N V I 1) j

count on our American mailmen to de- a time, your "batting average"for 12 peavey..Cobb Richardson Dep. Sherttt DrunkN

liver the mail-regardless of the weatherl! i3WNetlMAB run Reflpru.. Dep Sherltt : V 1 L ,
into W..A-24
realized Just get
plans can improve.
13 EllX'rt Marlon Cook McDsnlel, PHP .. N V 1 I. .'
Also, you can safely save a lot of time W-M.A- ",
the swing of saving regularly here with us. 13 Randall T. BarDbI McDanl.l FlIP N V I I.
and effort banking by mail-using your W.M-A.l11
It's up to you: "You're Up" every payday! 13 Raymond BowIe", Jr. McDsnlel PIIP N V V
nearest mailbox at any hour, on any day, WMA37 PHP
It Maurice Eugene FltqeNl4 Pfeltter N V I D -

in any weather. NM.A.nl.w Maurlee L..on rmm PteUI.r, FlIP Improl") ,

Bank here ..by mail. .regularly!III' tn.rl's'nathlnr quite like having Money in the Bank! 16 WF Pearl- -A. 48 RaDser Andro' Sheriff Conceal, .... d

17 .1,0, Box Oermsae.e Coast Unl..t"i.

17 W.M.A..1 Sidne L. Beebe GermaneH, COnllt. ,.. Drunk
.... W.M.A-S1
W. SaaaeU 8. O. Santa Row County W. C

CAWTHON' STATE BANKMember 18MBertl.17NUlard Mae Camle Cord McDaDlel, PUP No Dn" ,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK( W..A.t3 {
18W Eroest29Leah s-ptoD Respress. Dep. Sheriff N V 1, I.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Member. Federal. Deposit Insurance Corporation ::t. I. Maurice Bishop Saltllman; CoDet. Drunk

i DwFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA I9WJ-M-nA. Oonnan McGuire, PHP N V I I'' L
W..A.2.III .
I __, Bill, R. Davlll McGuIre FlIP N V IJ IW.M.A.t
:.. I
Mlles. Const. Drunk
20 Elba Elwoocl Brown

20 W-M-A.33 Staeeor: Edward Volley NcGulre, I"HP" N V I 1

W.M.A.2423w P. Ball PCeUter, P'HP AIIov 1 II, pert
i -i..rn:
FOROT 23W MIguel A. Oonaalea Pfeiffer, P'HP No Vuf/ f I'' I.?.
A T
r' PERFORMANCE 33 C-M-A-28 o orge Washington Preenian Respress, Dep Sheriff N V D I

23 W-M-A-22 Ivan John: Ducker Pfelffer. FlIP Lpl1Clu, 1 .

I 27 Even Jerome Porter Foster PUP Unlawl. "'

17 W-M-A-37 Harry Brown Oalner Respress, Dep. Sheriff Failed" :.. \'pllr

I 28 W-M-A-O8 David O Duncan Pfeiffer PUP No Valid lJ ,", Uc

31 WMA.22 Joseph N.. Bronson Baldwin. Dep Sheriff Rpcklec V. s.a

WAS BORN HERE NOT 2 C-M-A-20 William Alfred Simmons! Pfelffer. PUP. Driving ,. ...; s':
1983 WM-A-21 -. -

NOT. 2 W Betty'-. .Joyce) Oalney' PHPRespress U S
:3 I Wallace DlehlWMA23 Dep. Sheriff .N V U I.
:
MrDanlel. FHP U' S
:3Thou.I Archlsr Barrow, Jr.
"rs- W-M-A-18'
N { 3 David Arthur Ba11' McDanlel. PHPBaldwin. Imrrop ( I
Ld,. W -A-
e 3 Sylvester Horton Dep. Sheriff Drunk
C-M-A-T
k S Charles K" Anderson Respreas, Dep. Sheriff n..ckle-s drl
,
6 M- e1odylLa McNease McGuire PKPMcOulre. No Val.cl. IJ. l.' Lfc

7 W-F-A-18 Walter L. JonasWMA39 FHP No vall<' ,Icen

7 John w Bennett McDanlel, PHP No valid jlcpn,

tr ..4k 7 W-M-A-24 Virgil M. Edward. McDanlel. PUP Driving' -Id
Y WM A 48
7 John D Biggs McDanlel.. PHPCaswell Unlawl'.1: ''II
} t f, ke.x C-M-A-38
rr ,
I 7 W-M-A-f Carl II:. Evans Dep. Sheriff Coarryln t a

10 Raymond M. Brackln McOulre FHP Drlvln ( J

t 10 W-M-A-34 John Davis Rail McDanlel. FlIP Unlawful .
I C-M-A-21
11 Ruben W Brown McDanlel. PHP' Improp": Inn,
WM-Aa9
F aP 11183Nov.
11 Louis A. DoD.acsPCeltter.. PHPPfelffer. No Valid J Lie
W".A-19
11 Richard Werner PHPMcDantel. Allow Inrazed

I 11W1RManwklT WMA34ta Ouldas Jr. . PHPRespress "' Improper I. .., oft

Jam. Carl 'Neff Dep. ShrrllfSaltsman No Vallr! I''. Lie

) 12 W-M-A-34 Lawrence P...Hagstett* Const. Expired P) J JWM.A23

t 13 Bonnie Lewis Pfelffer PHPMcDanlel. Improper fell,'"!: on
C-M-A-33 hlway
rw a > ... I -.o- ... M lf. A 13 Pete Wood PUP Ualawlul hI' d
W-M-A-38
po 14 Aubrey V. Metcalf Oksloosa Co. Author:I:es Worthless e''',
W-M-A-T ,
14 Kenneth Wade Back Poster. PUP tnlawtul: 6".1 I
WM: A 47
IS Walter62Chananod Kennedy McDanlel. PKPPfelffer. N V D L

1SwW-L. Parker Saltsman Const.Pfelffer. Re<'kl..... Drl'.i... .
SI ..
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IS Franklin William' PHPUcDaniel. Public Dr\llll- <
WMA3SIS
Clara Ostendoro Oaffron PHP 1'1 V D LFA63

IS Willie- Angus Jackson Baldwin. Dep. Sheriff Driving too . r far
C-M-A-21:

11183 .
y Nov. IS WJaMmAe-2e. 'Hsrtmana'8r Baltmuf Con. .DUpla'W-> J '

M 15 J. O. Ilsrtnunn. 8r. 8altaman. Coast. 1'1 D L
a W-N-4.2S
r--F 15 W.MA.2SIS J. C. Uartmann.''Sr. 8altunan. Conat. Expired Tall

Terry Burn.Hunt "cDanlel, PUP" Improper p.- n t
W-M A-24. ..
18 Ion E.-Oarvta McD Akl. PUP Improper Pa-" .n.'

t 17 W-N-A-20 Donalcl W.' 'TbOrDtoD McDaniel Pit? Violation 01 r .'::1 'tit
: W-U.A.n
tt l L- 17 SherrT J.r- 90.Zn.b ''McDanI.I, FHP 1'1 V D L
W.F-A.I.
17 Michael Lew1.OMayk.rry' Pfeiffer, FHP Unlawful sp'' dWN.AII I

iJ 17WUen7.; T. YOUDC Mlles, COnllt. Unlawful ape..1

n W MA.n24! 4A...' Wood 8altaman Conet. '". t Expired TOil

law8tephea J.' Yaden IlAltamaa, Coo.t.. Unlawful Sp..d

_____ 20 WA.a.Raben T. Jo N&uldID. SaltIImaa, Cons Improper D. 1.
LD.A.r. 20 O. IJaDcDlD UcDanlel. PHP Ualawful Sp..dWMA23

20 WlUlam J. Olandt NcDfUll. FlIP UBlawful Spee'I
W..A.a.1M3 .
THE SOUTH'S 'TOTAL PERFORMANCE CHAMP Most automotive engineers will ,tell you that the
!trOY. 21 IOchael ''. 'UurpbJ'' Oalner I"HP" Unlawful Speed
track is one of their most valued laboratories. .
2IWw'1- ':': O-"Bunter; RMs>>...... D.P. Sberlff No Valid DrivenWM ; "
.
WAS BORN AND BRED IN RACES >>.RALLIES For example track competition has led directly) A21Johp l.YId BumpbrIM ''Oalner, FHP .... Unlawful speed

i to the following Ford engine'changes: better block 22 W-M.A-aS W. W. Warten. IIa1UmaD.! Cpn.t. Unlawful SpeedW.AM

improved pistons, improved valve tram, stronger 22 Ronald J. Richest Pippin niP Improper Bnkea.
:;
ECONOMY RUNS! MW HELD KNOT HERE connecting rods and bolts. WM.A.U22W Aubrc Coulter Hunt FliP Unlawful speed

Such improvements contribute not only to Ford's MA22wR.. L.-r.C.Stanley Fiddler FlIP No Valid Driven L32W ,,1

IN THE SOUTHLAND! READ HOW RACING : winning track record, but also to the total per; W-M R. .L.-etanleJ'' Fiddler, FlIP Improper Tag

formance so important in your everyday driving. 22W AI- .A;30L. XeUe7 Plddl.r PUP ."t1nl'Wful Speed!

HELPS GIVE!: BIRTH TO BETTER FORDS. Come see how it feels test-drive a total performance 37WCh M Ier Aaa E. BIooItlIUl Hunt FHP Unlawful speed
22WR
winner! SEFYOUR FORD DEALER TODAY W M b.- 0.. Brooke Howd.a PUP Unlawful speed
In I'
22 Albert 3TWUU-"whlt Oaln.r FRP Unlawtul Speed


TEST-DRIVE TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER . AT YOUR( 'FORD DEALER'S 'UW WMA24b W.M-4-ft Rur ChaH.- A-31 eUAIrI. A.'D.land' Day' Os-bar"Randers FHP niP UnlawtUl Unlllwtul speed Speed!


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Reef.!. 22 Jack Herat dJ ...taa .....d.,.. PHP UolawfUl apt>edWr

u :' .s"De'' 5$9 .....d.,.. PHP Unlawful
Creel ForiCo..p !Inc. W-M-A-24 speed
.y 33 Jaw Dunnlgan Hunt. I'IIP Unlawful
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dwMAa2
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C 2J: .NilAuguat Daaker ''Bowden.' I"HP" Uolawful Pe

33 Donaldplv t Tar79B, a9pr.a, Dep, aberlff UnlAwful .P dbWtt
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2O7 West Neison nubFunial[
] Florida 4q
: Springs, I :W Jy;:A. 1I'\ac.' Bow0sn. PHP Unlawful ..peedaJ

: Joha :. 11III. h. .rfelft.r trip Unlawful ..pHdWMA
IIF'YOU'RE INTERESTED IN AN A-l USED CAR BE STJRE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER .
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VOLUME 73- UjLhW'ED.li; THURSDAY Def N1AK SPttlNGS. FLORIDA -- '.' _= ... : -..--. .:.:a A.T,' :naatT::: .

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COVET .CA1RtriAL1R fit.-,' WALTON COUNT' V.*'JXfMHUsi.. .. JJUTOJUk UM I

r LORIDS IF ..ARREBT- JANUARY PATE OF 1H4a 'TRiAL IHz.I'Ulon'&Uo.I. OF LASEta7 'I'C OFftCER CHARGES AT TIM .OI'fAMA9T .*MXS. OF XftUX. DJUQ.I'.no $ or c/un

1.14-64 82500 23 William 11. Millen.. t.5W..I.: . rIihertU Invalid tag .. a.14-" ....,;..:.. a&Soe: sash Oered eAwthl.y ..
Cash bund
trc"t..d.
; \ '- + .'
Ye
1-1 -M2sa3 :
: .b Interaectlon i.a-6' .;15.00 crab bond entreated. : kcbllrt Authony nanktck; ,,,...t'Y r. Censt.WMI < tugUnlawful I. >M $23 OU vwnh Goad: esrl led, .

1-3-04 23 1'.11' pryor .fob stuou Consi.WMAi8 speed' 1.2.64 3300 vats bead retvo.ntL :-.
.Ct a t2 .ulI t nah bud .atr."tPd..

leI, 0 1-3-6. na.au c..alt bo1.4 .treated. 23 W-F-A-t1 taste Matte M'us .' 33ow0rn. Flil' ITnUwful peed 1-3-M 2500 cast bond e rtrate i.

OatnlN' FliP DrlvliiK 01"toDK; side 1-3-M $2500 cab bond atreate-l
1-3-6. 8 Q.oo cMh bond Htre&tN. 23 Farren Mur\!<
1-a.o., 411't.CIO' oatab bung eatreate. 23 W-W-A-tit Billy T..rrel1 San
1-8-0' 825.00 oaab bond HtreatC'd. \y.MA.3319C13

.1-3-e. 2'.00 cash bond eatreatt"dII Nov 23 Peter Etdron Loungue BandetstIii', : Unlawful speed 1.3... $3300 cUb bond N\r-r....&.
W-M-A-U
,ae 1-11-64 >>LOO caIIb bond ...at'e..tel.13e. : 23 Robert Lart'T.. try btttSanlel' 'f'IfPW.MA.18 Improper tar i i. 1-3-M $>3.00 ease bond aatreskaad.

'.' 8:5.oQ:: CUb bond ..atreatt"d.11f0. 23 Bt'ruard Israel O..II.n .141cn", "lfl' Unlawful speed 1-14-M $25::! .OO cash bond treated.
\Y-M.A-4"
835.00 cash bond .atru d. 24 Thuluaa Alan Dodd 14anders. 1UP Unlawful speed 1.1.... $35.00 cash bond satioeUil
W.I.I-A-21
1.14.84. 845.00 c.lih bond eLrested 24W1j..nne Frances WOKOnJIlDt.. Jill" Allowing 1penon to.drive 1-3-M $200 cash bond .atteat+rd.
A.31
. -1-14-6. t23.00 0118I1 bond estrented 24 Nancy K. Ward Bunt. FHP No valid drivers license 1-3-M $2SOO oasis bond *atrat>*B.t00 .
.j 1-11-11' 83 .00 cub bond estreated.dr W.F.A-30
2' Nancy K. Ward Hunt, :tUP Displaying another'. license. 1-3-M $ each bond _tra W.F.A-20
1-9-64 25.oo 24 Nancy K. Ward Hunt )"111'FA20 Unlawful speed 13M13M $2300 rash bond treted.
ne cash bond eatr."t.d. W- .

1.34 $25.00 cash bond .streated. 24 1nn Fr"n"t'a Wog.n lIunC. SUPWI'A21 ILending license another. $3900 cash bond oatreabad.

1-0-64 U5.00 eneh bond .tre.ted.. 24 W David. R. Sands Hunt. F1iPMA23 Unlawful" speed ..3.... $35.OO cash bond estrtated.

1-3'4' '2'.00 cash: baud .atreatPd.. 24\V.M-A-38 Warren, H. Smith Jr. Slowdeit. FliP Unlawful speed 1.3.... $3300 cUb bond ..cna......

1-9-d4 24 H. rhe.t E. Monroe Hunt FUp Unlawful speed 1.3.... $3900 ash bond retreated.
25.oo ClUllll bond .estreeted \Y.lIf-A-36

1-3-04 $25.00 cash bond .streatt"d. 24 CVl1lft,, Karen YarbroulJh Oalner, FliP Unlawful speed 1-3-M $2300 rash bond retreated.
W.A17

1-3-04 825,00 cash bond estreQted. 1963
Nov. 24 J".ph Th\lreton Ltttle Sanden, FliP Unlawful apeed .-.WtN .' $3300eaah bond atneM/.
1-14-0' $25.00 cash bond ..atre"t..d.14114 W.M-A-43
2. n'nh..no Medina I"tdler. FliP V D L .2.344N $8300 ash bend r tr $a a.
825.00 ..lIflh bond estreated.der W-I\t-A-28
24 Juan Dlaz Fldlpr, 1"111''VM25 V D L 1-14-M $3300 caab bond: -treated.$33OO .
'. lien 1-3-e. $25.00 cAslll' bond .atrl'l\ted.
24 "Illy P. Fisher Saltsman Conet Reckless. driving 1-14.44 east boad. .eettealud.
1-3-64 835.00 each. bond estren. .ed. WM-A-30
24 W..rnelt Ranc..1 Byrd Bowden JI'HP V B .5 1.6.44Public $25 00 ash bond rSrea8.d.
1-3.04 U5.00. CRIOh bond t'atr..ated.. W.M-A-41 _
24 O..wald Clyde Brown McDaniel PUP drunkenness 1.5.44 $3300 rash bond .trat..d.
1--004; >.t f25.00 0111 bond estreated.1.9.64 W.M-A-6f1
24 Larry J. OentnPfelfter.. PItPWM Driving on wrong kid ....-.. $3300 rash bond esfcjsatisd.
825.00 cash bond .tr..t..rt.. A.I9! Drinking
24 John W1I11e Wtlltam. Ualdw Io. Dr p. Sheriff Drunk .. a--64 $3300 yeah bond et>satsd.
1-3-11" 825.00 cash bond eatr..ted. C-M-A-49 ..I w
24 Thomas. Fahn DlerlnK..n Bowden FliP Unlawful speed . ..1.-.. 3500: oaab. bond *.>rBa.sd.
1 w M.A-2s25WMlton

1-3-64 f35.00 oAllh bond eatreated. 29 L. Odom RN'PI'f'. Del' Sheriff No valid tag a.,... $3/,00'easb-band mere.. ._

1-14-64 f25.00 cash bond .streatt'd. 25 W.M-A.-24 J"n10s O. Graham Jr Cueweil. Dpp. Sheriff ExoeaMve apeed ,_. ..1.-.. 300 .e&s b 'bnd-B* *wad.

1-14-64 .. 825.00 cash bond eatreatt'rt. 28 W-M-A.-18 L. 17. HRUacre Saltaml\n.. Conet Reckless driving 114M.1lM $3*.00 eaab bond setr saint.

1-3-11' $35.00 cal: { bond eatreate.J. 26 SY John-M-A-272Tw Leslie Bryan McDsntel t"IIP Improper passing on bill I 3J.OO cash bond treated.

1-14-64 $25.00 rash bond eatrE'ated.m etJnhnnv4o 17Mt5man, Corset Exp. tag a.3.... $3*.00. cash' bond tiaaUai.

to drive 1-14-64 $25.00 rash bond estreated.A. Z7C-Oeoorgl'l MMt-A-20 Jackson 1'I'Dantt'l.' FHp No \..l1d-drl""r. license 1.1.-.. $31.OO caab bond- .rtratd.

1963
:11. s. 1-14-04 $25.00 scat bond estreated.
NOV. 2B W Rrncat56A. Cunningham Miles" Conllt Drunk I..... $3}00 or 30 e>ya.
1-14-64 25.00 cash bond .atreated.e I'
28 Henry Lee B"Rrd.n
rff'lf Public drunkenness 1-4-M .Nolle .
WM A 31 ar**!* J
tber 1-14-64 $25.00 cash bond .atr..atcd.
.... 29 was'etary A a42AWM Rees Sl\1tam"lI. Canal A V P T .11444Unlawful ,4SOOO, ..... bondr..<.....*...
1-3-64 835.00 caab bond eatre..ted..Ie .
AJ D 49 Adams McDaniel PUP speed 1-3-M $2100raab bond iai.ji| ..
under control 1.14-6' f25.00 cash: bond &treated.I .
30WMJnhn A .3 R. Sherman, 5hltam"n.; Con at. Unlawful speed 1.3.... 43500: cash bond eatrratad.
I Be 1-14-114 825.00 cnalll bond .s'oatt'd.
30 wet Fimer A 33E. Nowllnlf McDl\nld PUP Unlawful speed 1-3-M $39.00,caah."koad.rnttreb4.
'. 1-8-64 cash bon .
s f25.00 retreated.s
DEC. I Clarence
E. Bud"y'C'1)3nlel. "
FlIP
wet A a3I Unlawful speed 1-C-M .U.00-h'"D4', 4MDIIrted.
: 1-14-64. f50.oo cash bond .atreate'.I.
I t.vll tlerenre A 2aJnhn E. Barclay Micbanie( Flip No valid driver license 1-t-M 300 ....- ".4(.....-.

114-04 C.25.oo cash bond eolltreated. WM !W,22Ifatborn I1r McDaniel FliP Unlawful speed 14-M $3300 ,iaehupgnd ,relerl d.

3 Vernon Alb..r8on n..pr". 0< >. Sheriff
1-14-0' 825.00 cash bond .streated. WTt A -1 Drunk 1.3-" $3300 cub bond atraatecL

1-8-84 825.00 cRab bond eatreat"J.n 4w*:''"nd1T. Sly Jr Saltaman, Conet Improper muffler a.'.... $39.00, caab, ndy.Mtro/aa" .,

6 .
.111 1-14-6" 825.00 cash bond eatroatt'd. WMH11Aam4Shormaker; Saltrman COl'nst. Improper pnulng thru tnterx tlaRerkleiia 1-3-M 3600 eaab bead a* *atH.

8 Frdon Nobles Mctlanlel
1-6-6' U5.00 or 50( days tve! A. 1e f'IIP driving 1-11-M 19000 or 4tt tfara.

Ire' lng 1-8-114 f200.00 cnah bond estreat..f.I 8\\ '>A s.0 Hart Saltsmsn, Oon..t.. Reckless driving ....-04 $3$*0 caab i boot .atraaAed.


I se 1-3-64 825.00 cash bond estreated.Co .. DEC 1063 II Finest: H"II. Jr. Resp....... I"'p. BherlffllWWMrAA Drlvlnn on wrong tide ....M 140 OO or 30..dr

1-14-64 25.00 cash bond .atre"ted.cn ,. 3Leroy DU'1"'ay" Pepress DI p. Sheriff Prinking N V D L n.l2-n $3100 or 10 day*.

. 1-14-6' $25.00 rash bond ltreltl'd.d 12tVThe.rlore Moee' " 1'11..nk..n8h'p' Ml'nanl. Flip" Public drunknea .-.... 3309 rash bond eatre*edae4eeare4..

., drinking heavy 1.2-64' _._ 825.00 or 3Q dQYs. 12 WI"trddl' "e 4'Rurnll Rltretnr. Dep' eh..rtWJ.I Petit larceny 1-i-M .' 3300 .bond .

1-8-6" .., f2500 cnslll: bond eatro"te It Gcone A ? A. Hryxton M ?"/JI"I. THP Driving on wrong' aide:;:' ? ..11..... 3300 or. :Sod ..
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.4 RC r >. Drinking heavily ,
,pan 14-64 $50.00 cacti bond .atJ'e"too.'I JIr Elsa R. Chlpman, Pfeiffer FlIPWM N V D I. 1-t-M _-- -.. 3300 rash [trod rettrw.
A 75IA
1-8-61 $75.00 cash bond eureat" William H. 1.1""y AndAnton. Sheriff Petit larceny 1-14-M $3100 each bond ,atr...tcd.
A T ..ems
1-14-64" 835.00 cuah bond entrentcl.ID 18 Wl other Raymond Henley' PlPlfter. FSL' Driving' on wrong aid* 1-13-M $5000 or 30 day '7+. -

wed A 46 Drinking
1-8-6" f25.00 cRllb bond .atreatcI. 20 Atlly Norrle Elam r" .. se Dt'I', Sheriff Pet Lar 1.6.64Disorderly $ISO.00 or 45 day

W1A.. 31
22 Donald H. Muter Saitarnan. . Conat conduct 13-33-83 1>. L. aupeDd4 34..,.,
Lire ,se 1-14-64 $25.00 cash bond eatreal.e. wet A 17
24 LI11aM Dronw Pfeiffer P'RP Allowing u-. person to drive 13-37-0) $300 or 30 day
.
;.d person to drive 1-3-64 f25.00 tacit: bond .streated.ft WM A
80rl A. Blackw..l1 Ffelffer PUP No valid driver license I3-3T-83: $3*.oo or) 30.day
It
, Ill 1-14-64 '2500 cash bond e.tre.tPd.Llr :
24 Yvonne H. Co"lnlton MC'Dllnl..I, FLIP Improper<< passing 1-1.... $3300 or :30 day.

tee 1-3-11" $25.00 cash bond eatrcat w5. A 26 Cutting InN .
24 .Tnhnnis na" Jones MII.e. Conet. D L, ,.U... 300 or :M I day*. .
1-14-64 835.00 cash bond t'atre..tpd.on \VlIl A 19
...
paved part of 1-3-114 f25.00 caalll bond. estroatl'd. 19113

DEC. E. Jackson _. nimerdeon. Dep. Sheriff DIIIOI'derlconduct '.1'-64 $200 or 30 days.
2MW1
1-3-64 $25.00 casn bond Mtreate" A 2928E.

...a JA Hall Resprees.. Dep. Sheriff w C. 1.6.64 Wake reatltutlow efc ....- 3110 .gs18
1-3-6' f25.00 cMla bond eUI'l'ated. Wtt 9 ..
21J Ruth Talbot Pfeiffer FHI" No valid driver. license 1.'-'' $2100 OI"tO: day
1-8-114 f25.oo cash bond .atr..teJ. w5. A 3e:
: Caswell D..p. Sheriff Assault Ac battery I.'-.. :3*.00 or' 30 day
1-3-64 Subject has. vaIL" DL-CI\J'J! cI&MIQ1aael1 w'l.w'.y; lll'HP..rv .

: Hall C"5W..U. 0< Sheriff w C. 1.4.44Worthless Make restitution JR ..a. N00W-s
1-3-84 f35.00 CRBI1 bond retreated. 3ntvrtR JA -1'

Hall Sheriff check 1-8-M Make reatltutloa pay Wa .....
. 1-3-64 f24.00 CB&b bon! ostrentrd. 30W1l i ;AJ.! ') Cellw..II. Del'

3f Perry W. Orollham l'J /lwo.lI. Dep. Sheriff Driving on wrong aide 1-4-M 4000 or 30. day
1-14-64 825.00 cael1 bon catrol\t" Wet A 4T Drinking
1964 FHp Unlawful speed '.2-" 9000 or 30 day.
for condition 1-14-64 f25.00 clIsl1 bond estreatad.I Jan. 2 Rov Roland Walker Kllpatrlek
We! AZ nlchnrd8. Dep. Sheriff W C 1.4.64 Par coat of $1804 at*....-......
FJLtnll: tloa
I, ..ther. 1-14-64 f50.00 oa811 bond eatr."ted.. E!JA ? Itichardaon, Dep. Sheri"! W. ONo l.e.M ciZest>I reesltutle.. f9+--.....
2 H lI
1.14-64 f35.00 c&s11: bond utreated. 1Vlld Io\ v Kllpatrlek. SUP valid driver licence 1-30-M Subject boraltd DI< 8U8' dt111/.
3 TWM Johnson

1-14-04 35.00 cash bond eoatrtoated. 3 ":IJ9Frant'ta PlinyWe Pfelitrr P'RP Unlawful speed 1-t-M 300 or 30 days.Subject .

. tall 1.14-64 f25.oo casts bond eetreatel.d ert18A. -prelrr"r. FFtP N V D L 1-'-64 has valid D. L.
3 Archer
IW 1.14-64 25.00 casts bond eatreated.r. WM A 19

a 1-3-114 f25.00 casb bond eatreated. FliPS N' V D L I..... Subject baa valid M.-Maas-,1I....ref
; Kllpatrlek .
Jnn. 3 F"wRrd Allalll . ..- .-
1-3-84 $25.00 caeh bon1 .entreatel A Sheriff Petit larceny 1-ll-M tllO.oO or Ie day
'r ,xlass' Mitchell Heepress. Dep. .'

1-3-114 .' f50.oo cacti bond eetreat:'I. W f"M 23 prcUrer 'lIp No valid driver. lloen . I.'-.. *.OO or M day*.
'I O. Ferrell3TGarnett ...
1.3-64 $35.00 cash bond estrcrotrd. WI" A Pfeiffer SUP No valid driver license I.'." 3900 or M day*.
.
'I Ja..k r
1-3-84 830.00 csah bond "atr..t wt"n; f'1 R. Weber Pfeiffer, P'HP pWM N V D L ...IWM1tM 3>AO *r SO' day

1-3-04 f35.oo caelll bond ert"ented. ott a9 Kilpatrick. SUP N VD L 9000 each _bead .r.**..
10 Thompson tUW .
1-3-64 f35.oo cael1 bond .tr..ted wllile A 'I00Id".n8 C.rwe111 n..p. Sheriff. j'WMA' Drunk 1-19-M 39. .Ot or 30 -'says :.

1-3-64 f2500 cash bond .atre..t'ld. -
. .... 1963No. : ;, 3900 caan bp4t554J1.e.
Unlawful 1-33-M
Con.C. peed
.. 1-14-04 : .1 t2.5.oo caslll bond "reat..1! ., 2 WM 3s. Murphy Ssitsman r
A
e"
Smith FliP :. Failed to hare ".blcl..I.* aatrol 1-33-M: .t $35.90. eYM21484,eR9N'00110.5e !
23Rirherl'P1111. Mandy .
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1-3-" 5c . 825.00 caeh bond! ...trolite.jle"t1 28 WM Robbie A 19 Jean Maddox MIt.s. Const ..; :Removing mortgaged (lptopvty 1-33-M .MaorIg }IR1a .

, +e 1.14-84'; 825.00 cash bond retreated:, Dee. I W M,'ack Graves PUP -" '. Improper .....In. f 1-33-M I ...AI.- 4881t.....ca.fJrA 4-

1.14-64 ",. $25.00 cash bond etre.tN. WM Needham A 32 O. McCol1la Pte/flee/ FIIP r. No .valid driver HcenM 1-33-44 i 125M.ca.. bead. -......
1 t.. ,was ?
1.3-64 f35.00 cash bond retreated 1 W"I o."l"d A 33 persona Saltsman Conet N D L 1-33-M J : US_ .eat. )"..aL.NtRrt.4.

1-3-84 135.00 ceslll bond .atrH.ted. WM A 19 ..

1.9-64 835.00 caab bond retreated. 1963! t33M133M 300 elsa bead ..",...... .
Dee. 3 510i1: J. .Strayberry Ffelffer nIP Unlawful speed

eetsae' 1-3-64 825.00 casb bond e.tre"tMI. WM A I" 3900 caaM boa4lMel l laL
3 H C. McIntyre Jr. 8altllfnan. Conat.I rxP.: tag .

1-3-04 f25.00 cash bon estreated.'ti 5 WM Tone?2VJo'.mantt... Scltsman Const. Imp. D. L. 1.23.44Improper $ .00 aab bond aatra* -J.

.1- -64 f500: cash bond eatrr.1ted. I 9 Cast William A 41 M. Jenkins Ealteman Cont.W3I passing; t.bruuoo 1-33-M .toO." eretlsa4rs...lWdr .

1.8-64 25.00 casts bond .atre.1te I. A 33
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1-8-04 1 f35.oo cash bond retreated.tted -
1

Zon, 1-3-64 .;\ '. .,. '." 25.00 eaab bond .c..ted. ,

1144 , 825.00 eaab bond .lItreated.

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1-14-64 35.00 carts: bond aeseated
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.. ...:':' Driv 1ads
Give the
to
1.14-64 _. f35.oo caab. bond .t..eeted.

1.14-64 83500 crab bond .t.ted.


: 1-1..64 835.00 cash: bond .tre.ted. y ;M. a4'c h 2"

.I 1-14-64 aJ5.00 caab bond eatre.ted. Red Cross a r 41 ,

I- -H f5.00: cash bond .stnated. .
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1.14-64 825. o crab bond ere eat,.
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1.14-64 825.00 eaab bond _..ted. ,... ak

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Lt1)J .13 rtWLISn ...II t.E' .i' 'TTJURSDAT: THE DeFUNIAK fERALD-KIIL'SZ1 THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27., 1904

: ) "'"1n aqqino i rid1ms. paid $330 million .

THEDaFUNIAKHERALDCombo intp:tha:. ciar Security: trust fund and $98

vritlr'TIIB BREEZE million into th ...hi2hway trust fund. ?o29SCt666

DeFuniak 'Sprints Florida All t02ethe .these..t:1: ;represent just and t,.
about.ol1 -fifth of the total personal incomeof
'
. Publish** Every Thursday at
* Floridians the Chammber
DeJFumlalc'.Siifrinc, Florida of Commerce

Completely Soveza..WaltoD'.Cou.Dt7';: Trading ATM report stated. ants rats mace w, Qla18JIlIIJl
silverfish;|
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico --oOo- F
call rfe S&S roaches .
Second-Class Postage PaidH. One Northerner Against It (
f1t1srI
C. STORRS, Publisher 1924.1083 Rep. Louis C. Wyman of New Hamp- Eaton Real Estate & cammd

HOW A D'STORKS, Editor, Publisher shire was one of the few Northern Repub- .
for ti aak.el your horn. &
SUBSCRIPTION: icans to vote against the civil rights bill Insurance Agency
Walton and A'djoffcln' Counties____$3.00 Per Year and 1 he was the first from his area of the I -"-- --

Other -fl .-_.:._'____'U O Per Year. natiqn to speak out strongly against it in AUTOMOBILE FIRE

Congress. First National INSURANCEBONDS You are invited to go by MILLER'S
** SHOES time this week and
register for
Bible Verse- any
Rep. Wyman is a former president of the
the more than $too in free merchandise to
Therefore'tthou? Art inexcusable, 0 man, National Association of Attorneys General! Insurance AgencyFOR be given away FREE There is no obligation,
whosoever tn&i'a'rt that judges: for wherein and he attacked the bill's public accom- We represent STROUT just go by the store and register, and while

thou jud'k est* 'another, thou condemnest modation and fair-employment practices REALTYIn I you are there, look at the completely new
and fresh stock of latest shoe styles.
thyself; fof' thou that judgest doeth the sections as "unconstitutional.

same things'u....'=:.::"R&m,.0 2:1: "Certain parts of this bill do violence to BONDS 0 AUTOMOBILE FIRRMARINE Real Estate since 1900

000 the yery cement that holds America together. New Location LOOK FOR the "Henko" brand of poul- t

Gems of TnoiTghTt\ . Observation ." the Representative said. "I came hereto i CASUALTY Lake Stanley try on your next visit to your favorite 4 i,
grocer. "Henko" is processed by HUNKv: :
Observation. .*.'not.old' age, brings wisdom. uphold the constitution, not to destroyit. 'INSUrtANCI... TW G-1141 KOERBER. INC., right here in DeFuniak ,4

-Syrus t....., .. There are still many private rights in DeFuniak" Springs, Fla. Springs. This is truly a sign of excellencew.; Jj
$-...- .r (( America that under our Constitution are be- First National Bank highest for they standards prepare their chickens under the ,<::,
possible.
If you wish.Jp!? $know yourself observe how yond: the power of Government to regulate,

others net: .JJ.$ ..yqu wish.! to understand others and one of these is the right to pick and I suggest that when you consider building

look lntp your. own heart..,-Von Schiil- choose one's associates, one's friends and .or.-;; a new home, remodeling your present home
'' We Would Like ....' .} or doing necessary repairs that >ou contact
ler ..t'....... .,. one's customers'in a private business." ,.H... ': FISHER HARDWARE 'COMI\ ANY. No
To Be
fO'.'..... .. .(( -.. He added that the measure represents WARRENINSURANCE Your .... -JIlt. down payment is necessary and they giver
Could thejfjyingf but? realize how soon they unconstitutional grab for federal power INSURANCEAGENT , you consolidate up to seven all of years to pay. They will also
current bills
into
your one
will become mere walking bundles of hab- We would awful
people. low
over our pay an f. convenient payment so that you can
its; they worild give more heed to their con- price for it in loss of constitutional protec- AGENCYDeFuniak pay for your construction need withoutoverburdening

duct while .in'the- plastic. .stage.-James tion for each citizen of America becauseif Here are our qualifications your budget.

v.. .
Observe thyself, : as thy greatest enemy ,into private business by drafting def- Chevelle! from RIVARD CIIEV-
would do, sobiIt/ thou be thy greatestfriend.Taylor AREPRESENTING- Dependable We're avail- ROLLET COMPANY. This wonderful car
initions of human rights for the express
able on a 24 hour basis, 7 has new style new size new spirit, and is 9'brandnew
; purpose of modifying the Constitution with- days a wee Just a new all-around car. It also has the

.Q out a' legitimate process of constitutional CAPITAL Prompt Claim Service? Our Chevrolet-built-in reliability. Drop by for a t
It is the close observation of little things test you'll be glad you did.
amendment, virtually anything can happen, STOCK COMPANIES specialty since the day our ,
which is the .secret of success-in business, and said he believed that if a secret ballot Automobile Fir agency opened its doors for

in art, in saience, and in'every pursuit in had been taken on the bill in the House of business. -:. '. 1 know you want to start the year off
life. Smile--. Windstorm Theft Reasonable Rates? We've A'\' and there
:' r. Representatives, it would not have received 1 right could be no better way
-, , L oQo e Marine\ 0 Compensation searched the country for of doing this than opening a Savings Ac-
50 votes. companies offering the count at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Oh, open the door) some pity to shew "This legislation is a bald-faced attemptby Surety Bonds 0 Liability most for your money. II' : This could very well be the start on your
Oh, open the; ,door. to me, oh, road to success. Incidentally the interest
a majority of the states to impose on New Warren Insurance We would like to be your J'
Tho' thou ha&riheen, false, I'll ever prove : they pay could come in handy also. It would
of other states of Agent! _
a small'minority a way : > to investigate
Building tracksFrom
across pay you today.
true .... .. . t
t '
living private lives that the minority of
Oh, open the--door to me oh. Service Drug Co. Harris Insurance You can be sure that all of your meals
states at'least' to this date have not seen fit
will always turn out just right if your pur--
Cauld is the.blast upon my pale cheek, to require within'their borders," he said. AgencyTW chase all 1 of your meat from CASEY'S IGA "

But caulder thy love.for me, oh, We've said before that one of the thingswe DISCOUNT FOODLINER. They feature the
The frost that freezes the life at my heartIs Phone TW 4.8831 6-3451 finest Tablerite Meats that is guaranteedto
believe is partly at the bottom of the be fresh. Mr. Casey will be glad to specially .s -
naugh to my pains fra thee oh! trouble is that a lot of Northerners see we O.FUNIAK SPftlNOS. FLORIDA DeFuniak Springs, Fla. cut your meat for any occasion. Watch > .
The wan moon is setting behind the white for weekly special prices on sausage by Tab
have a very pleasant way of life here in the _. .
- lerite Swift Registers and other leading
.
v
wavec
r v .r A' South and are jealous of our better climate, brands.
And time.,$setting with me oh,
more room and a lot of other advantages, DRUG
False friends tales Jove farewell! for mair You benefit because SERVICE
and want to force us to live as much like COMPANY specializes! No kitchen A.appliances -
r I'll! ne'er tremble them, nor thee oh; they do as they can. I no garden hose no pots and pans -
She has open'ti.Uie door,. she has opened ft & their pharmacist specialize in compounding
*wide( ,. --000 1 prescriptions and dispensing drugs and
commission abolitionof : medicines. Just like your doctor their pharI -
A special studying
She.sees his pale corse on the plain, oh! r. macist's entire attention is Idevoted to pro-
in Florida. has been I
My true love!J.she cried, and sank down by the death penalty viding for the health care needs of your
his side, asked by the state prison director and the family. Where you have your prescriptionsfilled
superintendents of seven prisons to recom- does make a difference.
Never to rise again, oh! I
Robert Burns mend to the 19GG Legislature that the pen- FOR THE DO IT YOURSELF I W/ ,'"
( alty remain on the statute books in Flor WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STOIT I ...<
-oOo-- a has a complete line of Wizard I, '
power ;.o "j '
unanimous.
Our U.S. Tax Bill Over Two Billion ida. The recommendation was they have saws, drills, sandingmachineand "

We in Florida paid a tax bill of $2,031- They pointed out that the administration of tools to fit any purpose. Before >' j'I 7-j#

OOOjgOO ,jto the. federal government in all justice could best be served with the law For that. and purchase any power the tool you really must\.e ; .:,
( in- compare : ; ", .
and said that the death penalty protects .
types of taxesj direct and indirect during from WESTEN i ''.a'

'" the past fiscal year, according to figures mates and guards' from malicious for the attacks.It stateto Girl you want to surprise any-one with an
to a'terrible thing Special
repprjed!\ Jjyk\ the vState Chamber, of Commerce seems us gift I suggest you;: do it with flow-
have the legal authority to take a human
from
]..., McLEAN FLORIST. Telephone
The body*: pointed ti: out that federal tax life in punishment for crime but it also lilt or Ruth and let them whip
Your Life can
In
seems to us that with the frailties of human --- of their creations. If you wish they
collections within of the states do not
any flowers for you anywhere in the U. S.
actually)! represent the true amount of the nature that we have always had and prob- they are members of the national orga-

taxies aaiinYthat;/ !! ,state.as principal federal ably always will, that it might remain as A wide variety of the latest styles in engagement and of Florist Telegraph Delivery.

taxes! j n rejCQJlected in! ,states where products a necessary evil. Of course more and more wedding rings. See our selection before you buy.
ITS A FACT that when it comes to clothing -
nations and states in our own country are
manufactured but are paid indirectly in ::
are for the entire family that you are certain -
the price of the products sold in'Florida and abolishing this penalties, and we suppose RHODES JEWELERS to save money at CARl>'>'S. When you % .
all the other states'. ' the day'will come when it will be abolishedin see the prices here you will be inclined to
sale is in at all times. For '
think
a progress
9th +
St.
A trecentt/: study, mde by the NationalTax"l" Florida. DeFuniak Springs, Fla. the cold weather still ahead I suggest you
n 't;n went into the share of tax- oOo see their men's flannel shirts priced from

es actually paid by. .the people in each of One\ of the craziest reasons we have seen $1.99 to $2.99. t?
'
the states. put forth by Attorney General Robert Kennedy -- ,,- ':lC" Delivery orders instructions and service
A breakdown of the Florida total tax, lately l was last week when he asked for calls receive immediate attention throughthe

based on the foundation's formula, shows u copra\ : order barring the Schlitz BrewingCo. _' use of radio equipment in the WEST
FLORDA GAS COMPANIES DELIVERY
that Floridians'paid; $1,026,000,000 in fed- from acquiring control of the General TAX ASSESSOR'SNOTICE TRUCKS. An organization is no better than

etui income taxes and $636 million in cor- Brewing company and becoming the larg- q the service it gives and that is why WEST
--. FLORIDA'S truly skilled specialists are always -
poration income taxes. est 'producer of beer in America. Attorney "'
The estate-and' gift tax total in Florida General Kennedy said this would permit t formance available from your to assure LP equipment.FOR you of peak. per-

came to $59million during the fiscal per- Schlitz ,to surpass Anheuser-Busch as the '
THE ECONOMY MINDED trip to
iod, alcohol beverage tax,',$103 million; tobacco largest American beer producer. We can't WHEAT TIRE SERVICE would certainly be

.I taxes-!', '$G1- million and other excise follow that kind of logic at all somebody The law requires that you make a worthwhile. In many instances a good re- '
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taxes and cn,tomes; $146 tnmillion. has got to be the biggest. I full return of all property owned by capped Hugh Wheat tire will has outwear been responsible the original for tread.the ,'

-- you as of January 1, 1963, to the Tax savings of many dollars to the people of
.,....,.. .- .. Assessor at full cash value and this trade area. by WHEAT TIRE -
IronworkShop them
i4 WE>BUY . Ornamental any SERVICE and let check your tires for
Y.
Located At Gaskin other exemptions you may be en- possible recapping. Prices start at $7.95

SOFX: ARi>WOOD AND OAK*, titled to.Make. plus tax.
For unurpassed service to all makes and
*PINE PULPWOOD your returns from January +e' models television-stereo-radio the place to

..... 1 1961 go is RAINBOW ELECTRONICS INC. They,
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- -' I through March 31, 1964. ; are well-experienced in the field of electronics

Contact 11 < ,,,,,.t and I can think of no-one better
Hurtis The law requires that for home- qualified to perform this service. They have
VaughanPhone
r '. 1 stead exemption your deed or con- j. a well eqiupped shop with modern testing
? TE 6-2477 or ,.. facilities. Their prices are reasonable and
I '*"at home at Red Buy I .'J.'t.r.. ,r tract for title must be on record at offer pick-up and delivery service what
. h the time of claiming: exemptions. more could you ask for.
-_ or writ ..
1: .-. ". I.., ,, .' HUBERT ADKINSONTax THERE IS NO BETTER WAY to start
LAIRD TIMBER COMPANY -All WorK Ouarant..d the New Year off than by getting in the

habit of dining at MOM AND DAD'S RESTAURANT ..t'
1:. P. O. Box 1908 Campbell> Welding Assessor 90, West. I want .. .....

: Panama City Florida I Rt. *;.Mox "14*. DaFuitlak Spring. Walton County, Florida to warn you however that this is one habit r...n.h..

.-t__ "." -1r' .-S. ..._ s-, .___ ,,-Florida! . Phon Floral 4-8691 .. that In will delicious be hard Italian to break dinners for or they I If you specialize like- "-. r

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I Chapter ,OEH, Installed In town over the weekend MrKarlck
AroundTheRosy
Ring-
bee, recently' bern electedaa \ ;
The 1984 officer of Pone Ue
r ak J President of the CounctHouse
\. 1 a Leon Chnpter No. 221 Order of the Mnthei\ s at Auburn) LnVMSitv
r- Eastern Star were installed last Ala She, ii. ,'urrenthousemother '
; Thursday night In all open meeting fix the Phi, < al'ntrl:
"J't nt the Ponce de Leon} Masons: Delta Fraternity; ut Auburn
Lodge HallWorthy .
Al Clark tudent at (the Lena/
I Matron, Rachel McLeod:I versity of Florida spent th
RE.OPENING Worthy Patron, Dallas Scott; Aft., weekend hero with I'll! other
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toe Matron, Louise Stanley: Assoc Mrs. Ouida Clark
Patron Ronnie Max Stanley
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.1 Conductress, Mary Davis; Assoc _i
Conductress, Betty K. Stafford
OFMILLER'S Secretary, Murlecn Gomillion
Treasurer, Myrtice \fcLcod( Chap
lain Addle Rushing, Marshall, HALF-
SHOES Alma Adams; Organist. Glyndol =
Commander; Adah, Janie Scott
Ruth, Agnes Vaughan; Esther,
Daisy Manning; Martha, Vinccy SIZESto!
Bedsole; Elects" Kate Vaughan:
More than Warder, Maxine Padgett Sentinel
Jack Yates. I
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S.T14 Installing officers were Maude make
Officer Lucille
Mayo Installing ;
Taunton Installing Marshal;
srti Gretchen Ed ward, Installing you
$ 'H Chaplain; and Glyndol Commander -
1OO Installing Organist look
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4 tj'1. ,' after the meeting.Mr. twice
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it $
l,' I Earl Castello of Pensacola, as
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,I -'la,, was a visitor here Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Parrish, Jr.
IJ "t! f I lovely
in merchandise! be given absolutely free to celebrate our opening ': '.. ", oFt. Stewart, Ga., spent the
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weekend here with their parents i
There is no obligation-just come by tiler's\ Shoes and register any time The rose and the ring/; are age-old symbols of a bridal season. Mr and Mrs. M. J. Parrish, Jr.
: And this is the theme picked l by Marian Marsh of Oneida Table and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Andrews.
to 4:00 P.M. when the awards will be made
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up Saturday February Planning Service to give, a show or party setting a delightful touch
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.. ..., .M, O Warren, Jr., Earl Royals,
of traditional romance The roar is represented by rose patterned and. Woodrow Dc- GOFF'SRcaclyToWear
silver and china and by the bullet decoration of abundant rose Glenn Neal
:> in a tall crystal \ase-a lovely formal bouquet accented with Shazo spent the weekend;, In Patal- I
y soft green sprays.The ring is charmingly expressed by the roundS ka.Mrs.
table' "hoop" border, .transformed Into a wreath via stapled-on Marie Douglass ;has been
TO BE GIVEN FREE -.1 greenery, In addition( there's a happy ring.around.the-rosy, 6c appointed by State Treasurer J. (Open Thursday P.M.)
napkins: clipped: to the hoop with big golden curtain rings! . Edwin Larson to serve on the
I Luscious rose'plnk Is the dramatio hue of both Belgian linen Citizens Advisory .ComAiittee on TW 652210- N. 9th StNANCYS .
Value Value napkins and the circular tablecloth of this bultet-in.the-round.
'.'" The gleaming solid silver dessert forks and spoons and server Highway Safety for the State of
1 Pair Bostonians . . .__. 21.95 1 Pair> Ladies Fashioncraft' ..11.9' for party cake are new 'Belle Rose"" in Heirloom Sterling, featuring , Florida.
one perfect sculptured rose, and raised on
1 Pair Men's Hushpuppies . .9.95 1 Pair Ladies American" Girl 10.99\ smooth modern handles. The dessert rftCr reea1 this full blown
1 Pair Boy's Hushpuppies . ..7.95 1 Pair Girl' Ed White .Jra. . ,5.99: ,rose motif (They're "Huntington Rose" in Franciscan. Ma" *-'"*
piece chin*'l) Tall glasses of iced punch with ring like handlesnclrcle !
1 Pair>> Men's Bob Smart .. 11.95 2 Pairs U. S. Keds -.Your. Choice. . the; centerpiece, Final fillip 1 A ;"ole.po.)' favor for each
1 Pair Boy's Bob Smart . . 8.95 You do not have to be present. I guest set rountUbout...the' 't"*>iel: ,


Mrs. Ellery Harvey Pours National.Opera Company
At D. A. R. Tea I !Present 'llerryVidow" BEAUTYwill

The annual George WashingtonTea The National Opera Co: will
given by the Pensacola Es- present tho ''Meiry Widow" on
MILLER'SSHOE cambia Chapters of the Daghters March 2 nt 8 p.m.. in the Crest-
of the American Rcvoltlon, was view. h'gh' school auditorium.
held February 19, at Martinc'8 The opera, for numbers. only 7fJo
I Restaurant in Pensacola. I I. presented by the Crcstvicw
A delightful musical programwas Mutual Concert Association
STORE rendered, prior to the serving
of tea. United Fat in Agency announcesthe
-- ,, ...... Mrs. Ellery H. Harvey Mossy sale of the Michael Smith farm be open on Saturdays beginningFeb. -
HHead, Secretary of Escambia I north of Mossyherd( to Mr. and
Chapter was one of tour membersto Mrs. Edward Adams of Ft;:Wal- 29, 8:00: A. 1.-1 P.M.
preside at the tea table duringthe ton Beach Mr. Adams has other
afternoon. I I business interests In the Mossy-
About 150 members attended head area 1:#
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Good Grade' Covers
SUITE FactorySecondsSizes : ,Prenventor: 30 x 60 Table- Foam Cu llInns-

24 x 36 6 Chairs Inner Spriiiff

SALE PRICED to 27 x 48 Mattress:
58 25
SALE Only

159.95 1.00Each 1.00 Down 149.95


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: 12 PC.BEDROOM'. ;r '110 PC. ,SOFA-BED SUITE

BARGAINS GALORE -- CLOSE OUTS
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Complete with Inner SpringMattress /:K EVERY ITEM REDUCED Tables Cocktail 2 Table Lamps -. 2 Sofa"

Box Spring 2 Pillows 2 Sheets 2 Pillow "> Pillows and 1 Pole Lamp.

Cases and Bedspread 4B4S T BMSMIQ'RE
.f:. t All 10 PCS. 129.95

Only 139.95 91.00 Down

$1.00 Down :FURNITURE, ...


,.. 2_ Inner SpringMATTRESS ,, Regular 319.95 HEAVY MUSLIN

2 pc. ,7SBed'; I J COMPANY French Provincial SHEETS


AndMatching BoxWhile -v ;FREE = FREfcr\ FREE I ITO BEDROOM' :SUITE 81 x 99

,FIRST 25 LADIES FRIDAY & SATURDAY
They Last SpringsReduced -- THE. ,, .' SALE 2.39

to l R. FULL NYLON HOSE
Only c.1 :, FASHIONED ,169.95 Each

86.50 49.95Set ;? COME EARLY r


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Regular pc.
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7-Pc., Livj_.t'Eu Room ...

179.951PC.DINETTE REFRIGERATORREDUCED :-,, ..:DINEnES KELVINATOR SOFA I I UTILITY CABINET

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Foam '
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Triple Dresser Cushions InnerSpring DOOR' BEDSPREAD
,MIRRORS' TABLE LAMPS Regular 149.95 'ONLY
Bed .
Bookcase Mattress
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VOLUME 73-PUBLISHER". V. tY.1'flLifts17A1 DeFUNlAK { SPRINGS.!. FLPBIDA._ ._____ . .. - -
JACK'S VENETIAN BLIND FOR SALE: 1933' FORD''''-D '()r
:To The Resident Of Th'eThird T' !" end in Pensacola, with her daughter Service Florala, Alabama We offer j Fairlane, 6 cylinder 2,500 miles,

I : Senatorial Dist :?t tI 1t Francis Lou! c-: Wise. the very best service on repairing like new come see it. J. O Hill,
SOCIAL L ACTIYUESMiss I e t Mrs. Francis Florence and Mrs. Venetian blinds. We install East 90, Ph. TW 4-2B13. MarSpd
hereby M. Klnsaut from Beach
announce my candidacy it i Grayton new tapes, cords or clean and "" FARM"
for.e office of Senator were visiting Mrs. D. H.Vlse for FOR SALE: 85 ACRE ,
---------------- -- - refinish your blinds a sum
from the Third 1 Fenfferial= Dis- Thursday with three bedroom house. Located
much less than the price of new
Dora Jean Shelley .ocal Talent To trict of the State of Florida.\ T .1 We manufacture the finestin on Darlington.Gaskin: Road,
WashingtonThe Exhibit At Art Show FOR SALE: ONE Used Reming ones. 1-4 mile north of Gaskin School.
Crowned Martha have qualified as a candidate for custom-made blinds and drapes
ton Rand Electric adding mach- Contact E. W. White, same address -
this office and will seek nomina-
I annual Martha Washington The Woman's Club is sponsor- tion in (the Democratic: primariesin \ ine, ten key add and subtract. For a courteous salesman to call I 2:27.3:5.12.pd.:
call 8-4612.
at the Woman t Original cost $349.00. Sell 100.00 on you,
show
Hall was held Friday night, Feb. ng an art May 1064. I earnestly! solicit
21, In the Thomas D. Bailey Gym Club house on March 18.19. Mrs your vote and support in my cash. Ph. TW 6-4747 after 6 p.m. FOR SALE: WATER FRONT JOE WALLS BUSINESS MACHINES -
this affair was Ann Johnson of Ft. Walton Sales & Service. De-
The theme for campaign. FOR SALE: NEW HOME, small lots, and wooded in lots. On
Beach is Chairman of the show Funlak Fla. TW 6-4141. Free
Choctawhatchee located
coons.The Please permit to acquaintyou Bay, on
me equity, and assume payments,
Dawson Copeland i Is estimates on repair also Free pick
and Mrs.
accented by four Okaloosa-Walton county ine In
with
stage, I my personal backgroundso move in. Englebrecht Road. Call
white, ivy-covered columns, was cochairman.The that you can better know me.I collect: McCowen Const. Co., MU Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1 up and delivery.FOR .
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centered under a red white and exhibit Is free. Local artistsare am thirty-eight years of age a 2-2930 or MU 2-4390 at Crest- Box 259 Villa Tasso NJceville, RENT: UNFURNISHED
covering the gym. urged to submit any original married and have, 'twoyoung
blue taxpayer view Fla.
canopy ,
and ceramic entries FOR SALE: MOTOROLA Tel. Lower, 4-Large: Rooms & Bath
The climax was work. Sculpture children combat veteranof
o'clock. ft
At 9
vision like new, swivel 21" floor 12 Orange. Herman Miner. Jan26tf
also welcome. FOR RENT 100 ACRES Crop ,
reached as Martha Washington are World War II, a graduate of .d :
and her court were announcedMiss Rules are: All entries must be Holmes county High School where 'land, cheap. United Farm Agency, model $75.00 also used Bendix FOR RENT: NEW THREE BED.
automatic
washer $35.00. J. G.
Dora Jean Shelley was signed by the nrtlst. All exhibits I was valedictorian of my class,, Phone TM 4-7831. 2:13: tfchg Hill TW 4.2813. Mar5pd ROOM, living room, dining room,

crowned Martha with Mr. Mike must be original in every respcc graduated with honors from the CASH FOR LATE HMODEL kitchen, family room, 1V2 baths.

Wilson as her escort. Her court In order to get each entry re- University of Florida and receivedmy Peggy Fuqua Is" Walton cars, 1958 models up. Buying for FOR SALE: SHETLAND Ponies. Call collect: McCowen Const. Co.,

was as follows: gisterd and arrange for adequate, masters from Florida State High School's American Eastern and Miami markets. If Call TW 6.7901 or see Emory MU 2-2*50 or MU 2-4390 at

12th grade maid-Miss Barbara space at the club, take entries tt- University In 1962. I acquired my Homemaker Of Tomorrow you have a used car to sell, call Hammond Rt. 4, Hubbard Street, Crestview, Fla.
Jones escorted by Mr. Frank Mrs. Dawson Copeland's home on masters degree In Administration James Hussey, TE 6-2271--8 a.m. city. Feb. 27, March 5-2tpd. 1- -- --
Nick: lllh grade maid Miss Twin Lake Drive Thursday or' and Supervision by: com- : daughter of i 1I WE LOAN: CARPET Shampooep
Miss Peggy Fuqua till :5:30: 12:31pd: I
Mary Ann Dickey escorted by Mr. Friday. March 12 or 13, betweenthe muntlng to Florida State Univer- Mr. and Mrs. J. T Fuqua, of p.m. FOR SALE: SMALL ONE BED. ''at no cost with purchase of Blue

Glllis Douglass; Maid of Honor- hours of 1 and 6 p.m. or on sity each week for a period of 1st Street, earned the highest SPECIALS room house on West 90 in city Lustre Shampoo. Fisher hardware -
North !
Miss Nancy McCall escorted by Saturday, March 14, between 1 10 five years. I served as a teacher rating in Walton high school Cold Waves $5.00 and up limits, nice lot either with or Co.
Mr. Rodney Caswell; Ninth grade a.m. and 12 noon. and coach for seven years and for the American Shampoo & Set 1.50 and 2.00 : without furniture. $3.500 without I
Mayfield escorted I terms 1964 search furniture. Call TW 4-2813 J. G. FOP SALE OR RENT: TWO
Maid-Miss Gwen Entries must be framed or have served almost two as Homemamker of Tomorrow.For Hair Cuts 1.00Elizabeth'
by Mr. Travis Bowers. mounted. (No entry will be displayed County Superintendent of Public her achievement Peggy was Beauty Salon Hill MarSpd: division.bedroom. home. Bingham Sub-
Contact Carey Farrior at
Martha and her court were entertained Instruction from Holmes county. Downtown-5th & Baldwin
Each
thumb tacks.)
with Home-
presented with the special APT. FOR RENT: LARGE com. Fisher Hardware Co. Itpd.
by a sextet, combo anda for I was selected for listing In "WhoWho" Phone TW 6-3141 2:6tfchg:
then' exhibitor will be responsible maker of Tomorrow pin, during a fortable, private, furnished. Good ---.
piano duet. Dancing was collecting and removing his own In the South and South. general assembly program at location. Mrs. Alma Kirkland 100 10:1: SALE: CRESTVIEW, Modern
until 11:30. The ball wassnonsnred APT. FOR RENT: FOUR rooms
: while
enjoyed west serving as County
entries from Woman's ClubHouse school. Bay and 2nd St. 2:2chgtf.: t vo bedroom home about four
Sophomore class i furnished, downstairs. Ideal loca-
by the of Schools.
by 6 p.m: March 19. Superintendent Peggy's examination paper will earold with all utilities on
tion. Mrs. K. K. Rainer Phone
of Walton For further information, cal Over the years I have had be automatically entered in the I TRY DIADAX TABLETS (for paved:: street and large lot. Handy

Mrs. Copeland, TW 4-7791. work experience on a farming, judging for the state Homemaker 6-2171. Itpd. mely Dex-A-Dlet). New name, to the new Fairchild's Plant. Write
Mr. FInd Mrs. Aubrey McDon- grocery and service station andes Award FOR RENT: BRICK BLDG. next same formula, only 98c. Lightfoot Box 584: or call MU 2-3983 Crest-

a'd hive' returned their from severalweek's and Txical Girls Become Charter a State-road worker. I was The examination for this award to Wise Croc. Store on 7th St. Drugs. 2:13,20,27 3:5: chg. view. 2:27pd:

frm'lv'' Mr.visit and with Mrs. Charles son Lee Members\ At F. S. U. reared In a family of ten children i is administered through the Home Suitable for office, electrical shop, -
and my father and mother who to See call Mrs.R. .
McDonald' In Stroudburg Penn., Economics Department any restaurant, etc. or
I Mrs. Ina Thompson of Taila Miss Barbara Ward and Miss are now in their seventies reside senior girl who wishes to take it. L. Turner, 8 Nelson Ave.
Ann Straughn are among the fifty InBonifay, Florida. I am an active 2:27 chg. Sale
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"entthe weekend herewith Daylily
"hf">* rr>, ( '
member'of member of the Bonifay Method'st .
I relatives. ?o-eds to become charter Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Whidemore
Mrs. Pa"Hne, J lodges visited rel a Florlida State University Church having served on various of Parderville, Wisc., are here FOR SALE: 20 ACRES CLOSEto
Chapter of a national serv'ce'! sorority. committees and for several yearsas their son-in-law and U. S. 98 and Blue Mountain
atives In Dothan the week visiting NOW
is
over Gamma Slma, founded the chairman of the Commis- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Cov- Road, asking $350: acre, good a good time to plant Daylilies.We .

end.Mrs. originally at FSU as the Circle! sion on Education. I am presentlya ell nnd family. fcrms. Adalyn Pomery, 416 South
Alex' Caswell was'one from
here attending the "Taming of the K-Ettes. church school teacher an usher, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner and Osceola St., Orlando; Fla. are giving: BIG discounts. Up to 50 pet.

Shrew" at the Munclpal Auditorium The Installation will be held at the charge Lay Leader of the Miss Susan Covell spent the week- 227351219chg.: :
In Longmire Bulld- Ronlfay Methodist Church a lay in Laurel and Hattiesburg
in Panama City on Friday 1 p.m. Sunday end TO BUY Some native
evening. !ng. It will be followed by a re- speaker In the Methodist Church Miss. The many friends of Miss goats.WANTED Archie Lloyd, Ponce de On larger orders we will plan and plant your beds:
ception. and a member of the Official Covell will be happy to learn she At reasonable rates
Leon, Box 23. Itpd
Board. As member of
a com.
my has been accepted as a Dixie
-- Clar f Gazers Met\ Tin'ty' I belong to the Lions Club Darling at Mississippi Southern. WANTED TO BUY: USED kid.
With Eugene Ray and have participated in other die outdoor swing set, Phone TW Call us or write for price list.
civic projects. I am a member of FOR SALE: ONE ALMOST
o 6-3791 after 5
vbl p.m.
J The Walton contv AstronomicalClb he Florida Education Association, r.cw Corona Electric;. Typewriter, Be sure to see them this summer

met Friday, Febrary 14th at the Holmes County Education Standard key board, Elite type, FOR SALE: AUTOMOBILE.

the home Eugene Ray. All members Association!': and. was selected by original cost $179.00. Sell $100.00 1959 Impala low mileage very WOOTEN'S HILL-TOP GARDENS '
We welcomed my fellow Superintendents to with metal typewriter table in- good condition throughout. Rea-
J. V. LAWSON. OWNER olle new were mwnmber.present. David Sncnce serve! ns a member of the Board: cluded. Ph. TW. 6-4747 after 6 sonably priced for quick sale. Ph. Rt. 4, Box 90 Phone 839-2339: .. y ylla

We enjoyed looking through Eu. of) Directors of the State Superintendents p.m. Itpd TW 6-3791 after 5 p.m. w I

Wed., Thurs.. Fri .ene's new telescope.! Three other Association.!':

members brought telescopes.' I sincerely believe that by my
No one Under 16 Admitted! After our business meeting we administrative experience by my
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DUTY
' NUAM :SI ON WITH enjoye a film strip on the moon family background by my educational -
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"l ANDa ATTlHOAHTitSo presented by Robert Ienn. We all training by my knowledge
enjoyed the goodies provided by of the area and by my desire to

Eugene Ray. serve you as your Senator that

-Wayne Wooten, Reporter you, the residents of this district,
nn: be assured of honest, ImpartIAl -

Miss Juanita Dumas, student at and effective representalon In
,Troy .State University spent the the Florida Senate If you elect
p BloodyGory weekend with her parents no to thIs' Important office.I i t> .
YOUR KEE? GR05S
United Farm Agency( announcesthe shall provide a program of HELP
Kendl service; based': on the following:
J sale of the Robert E. 5 'r
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1 y' 'rP: acsY! .AS >
Howell will introduce : G
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country home northwest of Lib- 1. Shouppe ; t.'aRry
erty to Mr and Mrs. William a bill to abolish tho IncreaseIn

The Arthur. Mr. Arthur recently retired car and truck tag prices that!
from the U. S. Navy. The became effective this year If new

NewspaperWill Arthur's have taken possession! of money is necessary then other TO REJ
j their new home. ,nrnns !should be found that will

Not Mr and Mrs. Ray Maples and jc shored by our tourists as well

Mrs. John White, Sr., recently: as residents.
RurfScencs I returned from a few days visit 2. Shouppe Howell will work for
with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. an Increase in aid to the older

From This White and son Wesley In Thomas- citizens of Florida.
ville, Ala. 3. Shouppe Howell will oppose
Picture Miss Lydia Rankin and Mr. tho Interference of the Federal

I Michael Rankin of Mossyhend left Government In any area
I w; BLOOD Sunday for Orlando and St. Petersburg 4. Shouppe Howell will advocate
for a visit with relativesand economy in State Government !by

take care of some business competitive bidding living within
(0,0", I matters. prescribed budgets and by reorganization -

Mr. and Mrs. Max Cruikshankof of any phase of State

Vv Arcadia, Nebr., were guests one government that proves necessary.
day last week of Mr. and Mrs!! 5. Shouppe.Howellrwill vote to
1 J. Mayo Statz. retain an adequate voice in the $ > s wN
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Holllng- 'legislature' for the smaller! rural

r1 sworth and children spent the counties.
weekend In Tallahassee with the e. Shouppe Howell will not voteto
Wayne Turners. do away with homestead exem- 1 1d

PLUS Mrs. Edna Arner of Pensacola ption since this would Injure the r
was a business visitor here on older people and lower Income I

JACK THE RIPPER Friday. group. I,4, ,l Ir
Miss- Hazel Campbell has returned 7. Shouppe Howell will work
For the conservation of our natural
-- after a visit with Mr. and
SATURDAY Mrs. W. H. Asbell and childrenIn I ources and the development of
I Leesbtirg.Mrs. this area's business industrial and

DOUBLE FEATURE I Robert M,'"'I! was a bust. recreational I potential.

-. nest visitor' in IVnsacola last fl. Shouppe Howell will work
r Tuesday. and vote for increased" benefitsfor
nil citizens in the field of ,
Mess! Jackie ""< of Milton' ar gill
....*nt the weeks a her w'th Mr\ education and especially In the I
..".* Mr. Ri'fut r' ,"..hf'ttp fIeld of vocational tcachnlcal( rctcot'oii *-
AUDIE MURMIY for boys and girl of the
Mrs.' A. D. Cininhell' and .MU-
r **"Donnld Campbell of Laure' fh'rd' District not planing! to a'- t'r

SANDRA UEK "Mil. visited here last week end t college.
Mrs. R. E. L. McCaskill and I 9. Shouppe Howell will consult
PLUS Mr*. Arthur Paulson spent th with all elected or appointed

weekend In Pensacola with Mrs! boards concerning/< any decision tohe I Ii
JACK H. HARRIS'Dinosaurus pr du tl n "!. H. Levy. reached at the State. level and -L

Mr. Fred Turner with the State will not attempt to dictate or
"nard of Education in TaMaha. force nny decision upon them. He i

IE J .*e. former Principal of Walton! wIll abide by the decisions mad!
c..oI
COLOR by DeLuxe htoh !school was visitor In De- by n conference with local people
Funlak Monday.Mr. o0* the county concerned

and Mrs! Harry Sanders of 10. Shouppe Howell will serve I

DeB Moines Iowa, wore visiting von honestly, faithfully end Intel-
Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. 'last week in Argyle with Mrs. Ijrently) so that the Third Senatorial -
Herman Bludworth. District will Improve and

ELIZABETH / RICHARD Mr. and Mrs. Roper' Smith and prosper.I> '= i
TAYLOR / BURTON con. Clark of Tallahassee! nnd Mr.I hope to contact( each of you - .
,and Mrs. Charles Hlnson of Bay In person" And I sincerely solicit' '

lai 'Minette, Ala., were home with ,'our'ote, support and help in the ;
theIr Mr. Democratic primaries during May
parents, and Mrs. Millard y }
Gainey over the weekend. 964.
i / 'itlalnodefll 10. Shouppe Howell will help to I

Card of Thanks! improve' the roads of the district.

lore
Mr. and Mrs.\ Paul Beaudoln
We would like to take these
as itOfr and baby of Pensacola visited her
few words to express our deep
parents here over the weekend.
The V.I.RsPANAVISION I appreciation: to everyone for the J\trs.\ : Benudoin Is the former Miss
many kindnesses shown us. the
Mary Harper.Mr. .
*...4 MtTROGOhOM lovely flowers and all in memoryof and Mrs. Woodrow Ray attended -
the death of our beloved father
,
u raerseeu wca..u...rrrs.r.nr.e. Mr.'T. the Silver Anniversary _L
...--.-e.us T. Gainey. .I party given by Mr. and Mrs. .ter ,
Mattie Lester and:Marvin Ingram In Chlplcy last
xGorrie U.: Gainey.:Saturday night.:
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NOTICES'IN hush Cowherd, Ill. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK NC Tier nr INTENTION TO MAKE: NOTICE: OF INTENTION TO MARE: IN SUB COUNTY JUDOS COUBT'
I uI", j ,.y. wboso address is IM r.ot'b.: WALTON Y lU Ar..tl: : APPLICATION FOR FINAL IN AND FOR HOLJMKS COUNTY of NE .i 1 leas a paroei to begin M
COURT IN .lcll..lK>n utreet.: Marianne., ru-iio a IN CHANCERY: NOL fj34U 1IlONAFOEFINAL DISCHARGE FLORIDA NW corner of NB'4 of NEV: ,. sod
THE CIRCUIT FLORIDA AKItFOR 'I>v ut your Answer, or written deens J. F LIDDON. I UK1UA STATUTES FLORIDA STATUTES la re: Estate of run Fast 708 feet to R-W of paved
WALTON COUNTY.NO.' Ul; : < i. ir any to the Conplnint :n Plaintiff III the ('.>urt of the County Judge In the Court of the County Judge CLARA BROWN Deceased farm to Market road thence South
IN CIIANIKK: ,'iu suit cu or before the a. day of v. altuit County, Walton County, NOTICE OF MALE approximately 26 degrees West a-
BKTTT 8UR WJCLl.II.l'raalLun. laich.. 1934. and to file Ih* original HEIRS OF FRED KRUPP. deceased stale of Florida. State of Florida. TO WHOM IT MAY oak: line 8BO feet to point of beKinnlug. -
J CONCERN.
"formerly Mr Rushing) rear with said Court. Herein fall known and unknown. IOU1M KHUi In re: Estate of In, re: Estate of The undersigned Ines thence South approximately .
Plalntlt i..t or the decree of this Court will JULIUS KRUPi: MARGARET: 8TP.N- Roy HuRh ColvlnDeceaned RUSSELL W. ministratrix of the Hooten ad 70 degrees West ilQ feet,
i i <>11" red against you toy default HERO, OARET KRUHPWALTER THOMPSONDeceased.. Brown .. estate. of Clara' thence North approximately 26 de-
;;;::;1tLIN .1. ROSIDNO.DetenoSant. deceased. will ...11he follow
This
cider' shall be published once BTENBKRO. a-k-a WALTER In Probst In Probate.To ing described real spproxlEmatr1ys70ed, thence North
NOTICE "< week far four (4)) consecutive weeks KRUPP ADOLPH KRUPP To All Whom It May Concern AU Whom It :May Concern I uate and property lying sit grees East 21O
being In Holmes
t the DeFunlalc Springs Herald-BreeM LOUISE KRUPP B1CHFLKRAUT Notice! Is hereby given that Minnie Notion Is hereby given that Martha County feet thence Bout.i approximately
TEE STATE OF F1X3HIDATtV ., newspaper of general circulation in MICHAEL KRUPP. EMILIE I feCKKN- Alma Colvln filed her final report asAdministratrix Patton Allen Thompson and Romulus A.M Florida, at public sale at II :OO clock 2t1 degrees West .HS fee' to point
FRANKLIN J. HUBHINO \ ',iltcn Jaunty, Florida. KEL. HELENS MRZOCK. and LO<"13 I'I: of the estate of Hop Hillard Thompson Executors of the the on Monday March 19 1P 4. at of beginning ant bcliij a part
You are toereoy notiuuU than an WllNESt my hand and official seal.1c HEIN. If they are living, and If d.I. Hugh colvli.. deceased, that she film estate of Ruattell W. Thompson deceaaed West front entrance to the Holmes of Nfci.!: of NE, 11 l'Iectlon..
amended complaint. for the partition raid Court at DePunlafc Springs. their unknown I heirs, legs her petition for final discharge, and have filed their petition for County Courthouse In Bonlfay. Floe Township 4 Nort.j= ; Rangy 16 West\
between you and tne FlaltiUft as te.iaits \ nli" on County. Florida, this the 31 devisees, and any and all 'ir.d that she will apply to the Honorable. final dtcharge, and' that they will Ida towlt" containing 4714 acr. .... more' or
In common o< the tollowluj; described > \ of Jaiiauary. 1964. term.: or corporations claiming to\ Jon Dan Trotman County Judge of apply to the Honorable Jo. Den Trotman Parcel: Lot 4 and W% of Lot S aeWPH1.VUI.. ... Florid.)
propertr bas been tiled Iu thisCourt SEAL) E. LEO ANDREWS g or under them, or navii.g tVslton County, Ftorlda, on the 19thdsv County Judge of Walton County In Block 28. Section 31. Town) Said property la toeing. sold pursuant -
lS.tW"y I Clerk! of the Circuit Court or claiming to have any claim or of March, 1904 for approval of Florida., on the 19th day of March ship a North Range 14 Wst. In to an order of authorization duly
"lOll. 100 feet lying iu a Walton county Florida< Interest In Lots 1 and :2 Block 3, .same and for final discharge as Ad-1 1964 for final discharge as Executors the City of Bonln. Holmes I"lorty. entered by the County Judge ol
SQuare on the South cud ot the Sp Iva. Adkinson D. (I. Towuslte of Villa Two, Walton ,nlnllotr.t.rlx.ot the estate of Roy Hugh of time estate of RuHsell W. Thompson, Florida Holmes County FloU.JIIn Feb .
(ouowlDB described leesndtollowcuot 4t' l"eb.e.13,20.n" County, Florida Oolvln. deceased. on this 10th day or deceased, on this 10th day of February.. Parcel 2: Lots I. 2 and 3 of Block 11., 1964. and will be ulcl r>v IndivirtI uary
description Defendants.) February 1904 - -- -- 121. Section 31. '
Sat 10O onLthe NortWh end CU3 Lot IN=1 HIE CIRCUIT COURT OF WALTON NOTICE OF PARTITION SUIT/ Minnie Alma Colvin 1964. Range 14 West Township.In the 3 City North of biddersbutanot] for CO..1 leas UiattithetCourt
ff oX Martha Patton Allen
ft S COUNT, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS: Administrator of the Bonlfay, Holmes valuation
94 of Kam-Akers, a subdivision ot NO. 1138: Heirs of Fred Krupp -deceased known estate of Roy Hugh Thompson and Romulus Parcel 3: EH of SEU Oounty.' leas 14 Florida JlPfp'j: j. for each Indlvld-
SB% of Section 1. 8W-4 of Sectlon SHERMAN 0 TRUETT. et al. and unknown Louie Krupp Julius Colvln deceased.4tFeb13,20,27MMrS Hlllard Thompson, across North end acres Said admlnlatratm
of
22, NE>4 of See. 28 and NW Executors of the estate NW ear and reserves the right
Plaintiffs Krupp Margaret Stenberg a-k-a Mar : to
u, of Sec. 27 lying North of State VS.W taret Htenberg. akarupp ef Russell W. Thompson W 4 of SBU: less 7 acres: In NW /.!.*.*fwillabe; "ncl all. Itdfor eachctn
K..r'.r.W .
: corner and 7
Road Mo. S. Highway ) .. DAMS' A*. .i. y se acres In a .
theOaarllandE -- -- Peb.13,20,17Mar 1S''edIN Section aiviauai
Tp. 3. N.. Range 1. West ot Defendants ( Elchelkraut.pktlaaer'i ; ;; Krupp' NOTICE TO CREDITORS 4t: ol NW-i of SK-4. In .. parcel Full and complete Information -
wardLietd NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS: W Emllle!: Scheufcel. Helene Mraock: .nd In th. Court of Ike C JudgeWalton Township 4 North Range 10 West parcels above concerning any parcel or
platubeingof
Davis Individually and W. W Davis, Louise Heln. If they are and at County, tiorta'a.:: : containing loe acres. more or'Parcel -. describad can" be of-
record tohe office of the Walker Davis, Christine Can Harley dead, their unknown b lIVIDSi' atoe., In Probate.In / I IWestvUle. JI'Iorada., rnlnistratrl'1 the attorney for the ad-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hrmphlll.' Leila. HemphUl, Rlchaf'"id. ed and devisees, and any and alt persons re.: Estate of THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR 4: South SO feet of Lots I. 2. Thl.
Walton county Florida" Together Mllbra Beck Emmer Beck firms, or corporations claiming' Annie H Florence Deceased WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA IN and 3 and all Lot 8. Block 8. in 1041. 12th day r bruary. A. D.
with all and singular Improvements l.: tenement, hereditaments. c. .muting the sole surviving heirs I or claiming toh any claim onterest Claims I or Demands Against BaldFstatei LEVERETT 8. SHAW. I 18 West. (Weetvllle. Florida) Hooten Hooten
and appurtenances. thereunto blonatoB B. law of Charles W. Davis and Sarah : In Lots 1 and 3 Block 3: Plaintiff. Parcel 3: Lots 9. 10, 11 and 12 of Inea as adminis
or In I J Davis deceased! If said heirs are Townslte of Villa '1'_. Walton County You and each of you are hereby va. Block 11 In Sections 8 A 8. Township tratrix of the -ttats of
ing. free from all .x.mptfon. and Win' :.. and If dead their. unknown Florida. notified and required to present any HARRIET 8. SHAW 4 North, Range IS West Harvle J. Clara Brown aecenaed.
right of homestead.and nciri devisees and legatees, and any Sworn complaint having been filed claims and demands which. you. or Defendant (WestvUIe. Florida! BelserDr.
a for the Court to decree an equitable and all persons, firms or corporations against you by the plaintiff In the I either of you. may have against the NOTICE TO DEFEND Parcel e: Lots .. II and a or Block Attorney P.O. for Admlnlatl"ltr'lI'
Hen and an equitable attachment rUtming by, under themor above named Court in the above estate of Annie H. Florence, deceased, On or before Monday the 16th day IT, In Section M. Township 4 North Box 113
n in the either: of them.lIhancl: any and all styled cause of action entitling the late n to the Count of March: 1904 the defendant Harriet Range 14 West aid asap'tIn favor of the Plaintiff persons. firma. or corporations havingor plaintiff to this notice you and. each g..otoralg: un at 8. Shaw Is required to appear In this Ida.|
for the sum of tl.388.80 and such claiming to have right, title, of you are hereby notified that suit his office In the court tones. of said suit and serve upon E. C. Boswell. Parcel 71 I Lot 1 and East: 40 feet of
other support money .. may become claim' ur Interest In and:: to the fol- has been filed against you In the County at DeFunlak Springs Florida he plaintiffs attorney whose address Lota a and 3 and North 10 feet J. L. Anderson
due after February 1. 19O4. has been h' Ing described lands In WaltonC above named Court by the above within six calendar months from the aa p. O. Box 278. Geneva, Alabama, and of West 110 feet of Lot 2 of Block
rued against you In the above styled untv. Florid, named plaintiff seeking to partition time of the first publication of this file with the Clerk of said Court her 11 in Section 9, Township 4 North announces the opening of his
court and cause and you are required i Oommenc-lns at the SB Corner of Lots 1 and 2 Block 3. Townslte of notice Two copies of each claim or written defenses or answer to the Bill Range !. West. (WestvlllJ>, ; '.> office for the Practice
to file your defenses with the Cleric ,I(I the NE'J of FC'i: of Section 33. Villa Tasso. Walton Oounty. Florid: demand shall be In writing and shall of Complaint filed against her herein Parc ei 8: Lots 1 ..nd 2 ot Bloat 13 of Optometry -
ibs said Court and serve a copy Tvtu 0 N. R 19 West, run thence and you and each of you are hereby state the place of residence and post raying for a divorce la Section 0. Township 4 North in all its phases. Eyes
thereof on Plaintiffs attorney whore i'I f'R leg 54 min 44 see West fora notified and required to serve upon office address of the claimant and This order Is to be published onee Range 14 West (WestvUIe. Flor- ex. lned. classes and
name t. address appears below on 'I .:..tan". of 183.55 feet for a the attorney of record for the lIJ.n. I shall be sworn to by the claimant each week for four consecutive weeks Ida., contact
or before the 27th day of February fence ro ler post for point of tiff a copy of your answer or writtendefense. his agent or his attorney and aroonv In the DePunlsk" Herald a newspaperubllshed Parcel t: NW' of SW'4 less 15 lenses prescribed.
IBM. otherwise aald complaint will betaken beginning, run thence! North 88 .. If any, to the complaint I In panted by a filing fee of one dollarand In said Walton County. FlorWltneea acres. across North side Office ,sours:
as confessed by you. deg S4 mln 44 see West for a distance aid cause and to file the original such claim or demand not so tiled ida e, Township 4 Noetb. 'RanS"0
Ordered at DeF unlak Spfts Fla., thl.IBBAL of 222: .30 feet for an Iron of such answer or written defense. with shall be void. West, containing ol Monday through Saturday
thence North 1 18 the of Circuit Court of Thos D Boaaley. my hand and official seal more
31st day of axle run deg Clerk the less. (W>es'viUerFlorldT 8:00: A.M. to 5:00
) J"Ulio ANDREWS mama 12 ace East. for a distance Walton County, Florida on or before As executor of the Last this IT day of February 1M4. Pal't"el 10, NB\4 : P.M.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT of 281.78 feet for a fence corner March 13, 1964. Will and Testament! ((8eal') X. LEO ANDREWS 4 North I? Section 18, Township Closed all day Thursday
By Colleen McDonald I'o.t. run thence North 89 degrees This notice shall be published once Annie H. Florence, Clerk of Circuit Court, taming' 180 acres' Range. >8 West con.
Deputy Clerk 30: minutes SO seconds east for a each week for four consecutive weeks deceased Walton County Florida (Westvtlle. Florida more or I'M. Crestvlew Florida
distance of 222.30 feet for a fence an the DeFunlak Herald a weekly First publication February 13. 164.. Iva )
DAVID W. PALMERP. Adklnson. D. C. Parcel 11 502 North
O. BOX .S corner post, thence South 1 deg, newspaper published In Walton County 4t: Feb 13,20,27Mard 4tFeb,21/ Marfl in SW-' NW'corner ut.N:'\ IM:. acres Main 8t.
Florida 23 min 7 sec West for a. distanceof ', Florida acre. on Phone MU 2.4014
North
Crestvlew DeFunlak. -_--_- -__-___-- aide and ItW eons of
Attorney for Plaintiff 287.00 feet to the point of beginning DONE AND ORDERED at u -- NF'A!
Stt Feb.e.13.ao.nMar.s: I and comprising 1.455 acres, Springs, Florida this 8 day of Feb- -
more' or less. ,and roar A. D. 1964.
u
IK VMHE CIRCUIT: ; COURT FIRST ft A,, Jones If living, and II deceased 'c(SEAL) E. LEO ANDREWS
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Fun his unknown heirs, devisees. and any Clerk Circuit Court
and all persons, firms, corporations, Walton County, Florida
Ty8L1i.NIN OUAN'CERYHIULNo. claiming by. through or under htm. By Iva Adklnson
.932: Sworn complaint having I been filed Deputy Clerk
B AND !INC.. by the plaintiffs In the above entitled Attorney for Plaintiff:
corporation cause In the above named Court entitling Douglas. M Andrews
a PlaintiffJAMER the plaintiffs to this notice, or CAMPBELL % ANDREWS
e. you and each of you are hereby notified P. O. Box 328ePunlak :
!: <3. TtTWHSEND and that suit has been filed against > Bprln .. Florida
.
LORETTA TOWWSEND you In the above named Court by the .t:: Feb.13.20.2'1.MarS.
mulnG.
eldant.e ahuve named plaintiffs seeking' WquIet JIJ! Bw' -

NOTICE OF SUIT I the above the plaintiffs'described property title In, and situate to NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKEAPPLICATION Ii.ao-J: 1I..d
STATE OP FLORIDA
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FOR FINAL1)18CI1AROE
TO.LORETTA.J.u.uD. TOWNBEND O. 'rOWNSEND' and lying rioilda and and being you In are' Walton hereby notified County STATUTES t wall can opener No f Clamps I Needed !
FLORIDA
notified that Complaint I and' required to' serve t-
You are hereby the plaintiff! acony In the Court of the County Judge ice crusher
ol record for
above
has been filed In the toiney .. Walton .f" INSTANTLV
written defei SJOHOSOM
stated cause to foreclose a mortgage ] of your answer or State of FCoulorida.. _
executed by Jame. O sea. If any to the complaint In CONTACTI
heretofore Townsnd and Loretta Townsend to .aid cause. and to file the original of In re' : Estate of fir I!
.
Sr
M. O. Warren.
Bevts Shell Hones Inc and assignedto !: such answer or written defenses with Deceased
plaintiff, said mortgage appearing the Cleric of the circuit Court of In Probate.To Iii
C In Boo e3. Page 153. public record tenon County, Florida on or before I All Whom It May Concern! '
t of Walton County Florida" and embracing March 7' 1004. once Notice Is hereby Riven that OertruUi' rf. geared I
the below described land In This notice shall be published filed her final report tExeoutU .. MtWOthvacy
Warren
, S.
, Walton County, Florida. to-wit: oh week .for four consecutive weekly weeks of the estate of M. O. War cutting and. CgIY8 I
Herald a
BeginninS at the Southwest Corner fit thepeD Br, deceased, that she haa fill ffffffffff N
of the South.aat Quarter: off the ..... published In Walton Coun- her ren. petition for final discharge nn I .Ills I
Section 22.Township t' FlorIda. .EBvr
Northeast Quarter that she will apply to the Honorabl
1 South. Range: 21 West. DONE AND ORDERED In DeFunlakS Februaiv. Joe Dan Trotman County Judge STEP STOOL, ha, 1Z1'
of -
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thence Easterly along the South :'InRB.' Florida this day Walton County Florida on the 19th
boundary of the said SE' of 1964. day of March 1964 for approval n' The new Cotco step stool 1 II"
ANDREWS
the NHH4 of Section 22.; 420 feet Clerk E. LEO Circuit Court same and for final discharge ai of .tli. ,., withthesmarthourgl.ssde tIJ p IIJportable]
thence West ,
thence North 210 feet Florida estate of M O Warren 3r. deci I:
420 feet, and south 210 feet to i \"r-li Walton County on this 10th day sign. The swlngaway steps ,..
ru.ebsru"v7aVriea4Executrix
The said pn-- Anvils: O. Andrews .. .
point of beginning. rt are rubber treaded for added can .
eel lying and being 'n Section 22. Of CAMPBELL.: & ANDREWS of the es< t. opener
Township I South, Range 21 WestIn j P O. Box S28inlak of M. O. Win ren.. C: safety. Sturdv chrome lfC
Walton County. Florida D \ Springs Florida deceased. I IUFeb.13.20.27.Mar5 frame. Choice: of handsome Cru.hw. I_ b.itN.

noUr.:: are and further required- hereby to--ser/s summated, upon: ; I t 41 lornrvs-re-" -> 6. 13.for 20 Plaintiff 27 : ., I drof, or color. .. .. . fast.r.aal.r. Q (P) : ; f

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