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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: March 5, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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FOR SCHOOL BOARD MR. ALBERT A. BROWNMr.
DISTRICT TWOI. . .

Albert Alfred Brown, age County Candidates Begin

W. C. (Will) Candy take this 67, a resident of Portland died
opportunity to announce to you, Monday morning March 2, 193(
the people of Walton County, that in a local hospital. He was a native -
I am a candidate for reelectionto and life-long resident of the
the office of school board. Dis Portland area, and was a retired To Qualify For Primaries
.,hr 3 trict Two, in the May 5th Demo- civil service employee of Eglin
cratic primaries.I Air Force Base.
want to thank each and every Funeral services were conducted I _
one of you for the wonderful vote at 2:00: P.M. Wednesday afternoon -
FOR COUNTY8UPERINTENDENT FOR SUPERINTENDENT ] of confidence that you bestowed from the Portland Methodist II Dates Deadline TuesdayFor
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION upon me four years ago. If re- church with the Rev. J. D. Speaking State And
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Subject to the wishes of the elected I will strive, as before, Renfroe officiating. Interment followed -
voters in the coming election I, to give you and your children the in the Hatcher Cemetery, i District CandidatesThe
X hereby announce my candidacy John F. Bludworth, wish to announce type of representation that the with Comander Funeral Home Set For
for re-election as Superintendent myself as a candidate for people of Walton County so justly directing. County qualifying deadline for
a of Public Instruction Superintendent of Public Instruc- deserve.It Honorary pallbearers include: candidates for state offices closed
of Walton County subject to the tion in Walton county, Florida. I has been a pleasure servingyou Dewey Brown, Tillman O'Neal, --__ I at noon Tuesday, with six candi-
May Democratic primaries. believe that my experience as a and your children for the Clifford Godwin. J. K. Cutchens, Dates for 11 speaking engage Sentenced Three For dates, as was expected, to run in
; Having served one term as your teacher coach, former Superin- past three years. I am asking you Dexton King and Guy Caswell ments over Walton county by the Democratic primaries for
superintendent I feel more than tndent and Junior High Principalhas to give me a second term 'in Active pallbearers were: Kylea candidates in the Democratic primaries Theft In ChurchCircuit governor. n

ever the tremendous responsi- given me a better understanding sucession as a member of your Laird, Olen Jones, Conley Martin, were set by the county They are Hayden Burns, Fred
bility and sacred trust attachedto' of problems which face our School Board. Emmitt Neal Cecil Jones and Democratic executive committee Judge Thos. D. Bcaslc Dickinson Robert E. High, Fred,

this important position. school system.I Clint Wright.Mr. Friday night I' sentenced three men to state Karl, Scott Kelly and John K.
If you are kind enough to re- have a B.S. Degree from the Bob Sikes ReportsFROM Brown is survived by his ; As has been the case for many I penitentiary Monday for breaking Mathews, Jr. with Ken Folks, H.
elect me to a second term as your University of Alabama and a wife, Mrs. Inez Brown Portland, 'years: the schedule starts off witha into the Gillis Chapel church B. Foster and Charles HoUey as
superintendent, I will continue to Masters Degree from Florida State WASHINGTON four sons: Aaron Brown and rally at Bruce. to be held March a short distance southeast of Republican candidates.Candidates: .
t stress quality education for our University in Administration and George C. Brown, both of Pensa- 27. town, late last year. who qualified for
boys and girls and adult citizensof Supervision on the Secondary and Washington Walton Holmes cola Odis Brown Freeport end Speakings will be held in communities
The Vann the State Cabinet are: Secretaryof
Walton County and dedicate Elementary level. I wish to serve Counties! Listed In 5 U. 8. Areas Shelton Brown or Portland, and that will cover the entire men, Henry Eugene
Vann and Fred Day plead guiltyat State, Tom Adams; Comptroller
myself anew to this noble task. you with no allegiance to certain Rural Renewal Program four daughters: Mrs. Dorothy county both north and south
the January term of circuit Ray Green Commissioner of
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-.John E. Baldwin. schools, but with allegiance to The Secretary of Agriculture Hutto, Crestview Mrs. Grace of Choctawhatchco Bay said For-
each and every school and all the has advised me if the inaugurationof Suggs, Panama City Mrs.' Bar rest McDonald secretary of the court and a pre-sentence investigation !- Agriculture, Doyle Conner; Treasurer -

children In the Walton county a new program of loans and bara Bishop, Freeport, and Mrs. executive committee.E. was held. Edwin Larson; Attorney
School System I expect to fonfidein technical assistance to hel local Wynelle Escobell: of Portland. L. (Buddy) Pinckard is Judge Beasley sentenced eachto General; James Kynes and Earl
and work with all the school communities imrove the resourcesof There is one brother, C. 11.I chairman. serve two years. They plead Fnlrcloth: ; School Supt., Tom Bai

? Shi 3r connected personel and other low-income farming areas in Brown of Portland, and five sisters Rallies will build up to climax guilty to breaking and entering ley.
G citizens on all levels to have a five selected areas during the current I Mrs. Catherine Williams, here on May 2, with an engage, with intent to commit a misde- Senate, Spessard Holland and
smooth operating school system. 1 I I year. One of these areas is I Mrs. Ella Fair Martin and Mrs. ment at the city auditorium, with meanor, in the theft of some heat- Drailey Odham, Democrats;
'* aa:: respectfull solicit your supportand made up of Washington, Walton I Mattie Brown, all of Pensacola, meetings to be held at the end ers from the church. Claude Kirk Jr., Republican.
.gS 3a. d.R"i.a'. '$ help in the coming electionto and Holmes Counties in North- I Mrs. Flora Ward, Gulf Breeze, of the campaign in Freeport and In pronouncing sentence. Judge'i Congress: Bob Sikes.In .
S. S. 55 enable me to become your west Florida. This is part of a and Mrs. Alma Suggs of Portland. Paxton the other two biggest Beasley said churches should be our local race, Senator Clyde
.x, Superintendent and work for a rural renewal program In which Also surviving is one step-son, precincts in the county. free from this sort of thing and I Galloway and Rep. James Prescott -
R ea E xS s4t Better and Unified,Walton County rural home sites recreationalareas Hubert Smith of Portland and two The complete schedule is: I ought to be respected enough that have( each qualified for reelection -

5S School and water and sewer systems step-daughters: Mrs. Althea Vick, Friday, March 27, Bruce; Tuesday they could leave their door openat and beginning at noon
5S System.John F. Bludworth.FOR will be considered for dev- of Madison, Tenn., and Mrs. Bernice March 31. Liberty; Friday.. all times. .. Tuesday thero was a rush for
j elopment. O'Neal of Portland. 19 April 3. Glendale; Tuesday, April candidates for local county officesto

I COUNTY COMMISSIONER There are about 2400 farms in grandchildren and one great- 7, Choctaw Beach; Friday, April News of Walton qualify.
55 DISTRICT THREEI these three counties. 90 per cent child. 10, Red Bay.Tuesday The complete list, up to noon
Men In ServiceArmy
of them are, small or parttime April 14, Darlington; Wednesday:
wish to announce that I ama units. In these counties, local dev- JAMES BRADLEY WEST Friday, April 17, Santa Rosa; Senate: Sen. Clyde Galloway: ,
candidate for re-election to the elopment leaders are consideringthe Tuesday, April 21, Gaskin, Friday, Sgt. Lloyd J. McLean Sr.. Murdock Bclser Shouppe Howell,
office of County Commissioner development of 150 rural home James Bradley West, 19 year old April 24, Freeport; Tuesday April Bon of Mrs. Annabclle McLean, John McDonald and Sam Mitchell.
District Three. I appreciate: the sites near Chipley, and of a 1,000 Chlpola Junior College student, 28, Paxton; Saturday, May 2, De llatboro, Pu., and other members Representative: Rep. J a m a s
a. many favors done me during the acre tract near Bonifay for recreation was killed on U. S. Highway 90, Funiak Springs.All of the 25th Infantry Divisions Oth Prescott, Johnnie Wright and
years I have tried to serve you to and home sites. The latter three mllest west of Ponce de of the speakings: will begin Artillery, are participating In Adofflous Word, Democrats, and
k Ji the very best of my ability, andI would Include: building boat Leon when his motorcycle was et 6:30: pm.Express. Exercise High Top II, a five- Sam Campbell, Republican.
earnestly' ask your consideration landings, developing campsites, strurk by an on-coming automobile week field, training maneuver in Sheriff, Joel T. Alford.
FOR SHERIFF in the future. If you honor Bathhouses picnic, tables, duckblinds He Will in his final year Thanks Hawaii. Tho exercise is schedule Superintendent Public Instruc- P
a me with another term to this and a hunting preserve. at the college .....d was a residentof to end March 0, tion, John E. Baldwin, John F. -
.1..hereby announce as, a,,pandi- oXfJce, I will continue, to work and4ewr. system will be Ponce"da :Leon! For Supports lit \ The men of the division moved Bludworth.
date for Sheriff of Walton unti, the best Interest of all Fneral lerVlceslI\'were, Sonducte'd Tax Collector Jack Little. _
for' our sought for Wausau/ Caryville \ Heart Fund Drive fwutuw:: Ibianll-6f: -Otih l.() ...tIe'
subject to the May Democratic at all times. Sincerely at.11:00: a.m. Saturday **Tajc Assessor, Hubert Adkinson.
county Vernon and Ponce de Leon. morning. . rugged: lava beds of the volcano
primaries. I am 34 years of age, Hubert Bell February 29, 1964 fbrom th Oak ... Mauna County-Comjiiissioner. Dist. ,1,
have' made home in Walton The development of a wildlife Mr. end Mrs. Richard Hesler, La8.-0I1- the Island of -
my and recreational Grove, Baptist church near Poncede Hawaii, for the live-fire Marvin -Rigdon Di t. 3, IIubert
complex in the and com J\
county practically all my life. I Jeadenin Lakes Leon with the Rev. A. H. Nor- chairman for the Heart Fund bined arms training exercises. Bell, Jack Donald Adair; Dist./ S,
am married and have four chil- area. includinglow ris and Rev. Daucy Jacobs officlatng. campaign, wish to express their Kylea' Laird. 1
dren, all in school.I level dams for water Im- Interment followed in the- thanks to the residents of Wal- Sergeant McLean is a gunner in School Board, Dist. 2, W. C.
have seven years experiencein poundment to provide facilitiesfor church cemetery, with Comander ton county for their support In the 2d Howitzer Battalion of the Will" Candy. Lewis Frank
law enforcement and am a b public bathing and water Funeral Home directing. the 1964 Heart Fund campaign. 9th Artillery at Schoficld Barracks Cawthon, Dist. 4, J. C. Turner.
National ft. skiing is being studied. Steps have "Their splendid response to the Hawaii. lie entered the
graduate of the FBI Serving as pallbearers were: State Attorney Bill Frye and
Academy Washington, D. C., and 7Fw been taken to build a swimmingpool James Merchant, Carlton Jackson Heart appeal Is dramatic evidence Army in April 1001 and was last Public Defense George Phillips,
have attended several other FBI and recreation area near Sefton Miller, Bennie Hall, that they understand the seriousness stationed at Fort Chaffee, Ark. Jr.? have qualified for re-election.
Florida Sheriff's Bureau and State Chipley. Plans are being considered Larry Bowers and Henry Ray of the heart problem." It also The 29-year-old soldier son of
Fire College training courses. If 4V to deepen Holmes Creek to ,Kent. demonstrates their strong conviction Lloyd G. McLean, Routo 1, NIcovillc CANEY CREEK SING
elected your Sheriff I promiseyou provide recreation and transportation lie is survived by Ms parents that the Heart Association's attended Freeport high -
four years of competent im- facilities and to establish a Mr. and Mrs. Frank West, Ponce program of research education school. The Caney Creek sing will conVEne -
partial and dependable law en- j senior citizens rental housing proJect de Leon one brother, Charles and service constitutes the most Sunday March 8 at 1:30:
forcement.I in Ponce de Leon and Chip Larry West, with the U. S. Navy effective way to combat and Army Pvt. Willie B. Padgett. p.m., with a cordial invitation extended .
solicit your vote and supportand ley. In Naples Italy and one sister eventually to control this leading son of Mrs. Maggie Padgett, Ponce to the public to come and
will appreciate any help you Additional projects will be considered Mrs. Mary Frances Skorous, of health menace." do Leon was assigned to Battery bring/ their books and enjoy a
may give me. Sincerely Joel T. for all three counties.In Oakland, Calif. Also surviving are In addition to applauding the B of the 8th Artillery's 7th good sing
Alford. general, the program will his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. public's support to the drive, Mr. Howitzer Battalion at Fort Chaf- L. E. Gill, Chairman
provide: W. C. Stanley of Ponce de Leon. and Mrs. Hosier extend Walton fee Ark., Feb. 17.

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER i ((1)) Technical aid to local public county Heart Council's thanks to Padgett, a cannoneer in the The Liberty homeIemonatratlon
DISTRICT THREE i and private leadership In sur- GUY L. WILLIAMS I the local newspaper and broad- battery entered the -Armv in Club
veying their resources drawing up casting stations for their coopera- November 1963 and completed I
I hereby announce as a candi- overall developmment programs, tion, and to the laymen, physiciansand basic training at Fort Jackson I Members of the Liberty Home
date for the office of County Com- and planning specific land redevelopment Mr. Guy L. Williams age 58, I related professions who vol- S. C. demonstration Club met Friday
missioner, District 3, subject to the mm mt mmmmm.mammf fm mm I projects. passed away in a Montgomery I unteered their time and effort to lie attended Ponce de Leon high Feb. 21 at the club house for the

wishes of the voters in the Democratic FOR, COUNTY COMMISSIONER ((2) Loans to public agencies: : Hospital, Sunday, February 23, help conduct the drive. school regular monthly meeting.
primaries. DISTRICT 3 that will enable them to supple- 1964 following a lingering illness. "Without such broad and whole- Our president, Mrs. Mary Chap-
I will appreciate your vote and I hereby announce myself as a ment existing public and private I He was a resident of Stella hearted support, we would haveno land Parents To man called the meeting to orderat
support. Respectfully candidate for County Commissioner credit sources needed to finance Route, Floraa. in the Natural way of bringing the Heart Meet Thursday Night 1:15: P.M. Mrs. Goodrich read
JAMES PADGETTFOR District 3 Walton Countyin Individual projects. The loans may Bridge community and a memberof Story to the people of this county Psalm 100 after which members
the Democratic primaries to be be used to purchase and consolidate -I the Natural Bridge Church. He ," the chairman stated. Walton Band Parents Association Joined in repeating the Lord's
SCHOOL BOARD held in May 1964. small tracts of land and resell was a veteran of World War II. holds it regular meeting Prayer.
DISTRICT FOUR In announcing: my candidacy I as family farms; purchase and' Survivors include: one son, Plan To OrganizeA Thursday night. March 5 at 7:30: The roll was called with 13
earnestly solicit the vote and support subdivide large tracts or land and Glover C. Williams, Pensacola:one p.m. in the band room. The par- members and our Agent, Mrs. Vir-
of the people of Walton resell as family farm; purchaseand daughter Mrs. Nell Parker. Mob- Daylily SocietyWith ents of all band pupils, whe- ginia Clark.
M I hereby announce as a candi County.I develop land for retirement Ile. Four brothers Rouse Williams, spring and daylily season ther in elementary or high schoolare Minutes of the last meeting was
date for the Walton County Board am not a candlate for County farms and rural home sites; pur- Crestview; Grady Williams, Flor- just around the corner, all lovers urged to attend. read and approved and the
of Public Instruction, subject to Commissioner because of the chase anddevelop; for greenbelts'l ala, Stella Rt.; Penn Wlllams, De- of daylilies in Walton and surrounding treasurers report submitted. Old.
Our band has several activities
the wishes of the Democratic- solocitation of any group of Individuals forest areas; purchase ala, Stella tR.; Penn Williams, De- counties Invited to and new business was discussed.The .
are ahead
the
during next few weeks.
voters In the county. nor any clique, but I elop grazing areas for use by I Funiak Spring; Wiley Williams attend a meeting at the Coca Cola band date of our monthly meeting '
Every parent needs to be
have lived in Walton conty III 1 be changed from the third Friday -
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am a candidate because X want ranchers and farmers and the Beatrice, Ala.; three sisters Mrs. Club room, north 9th Street Wed- backing our band 100 prcent. Let'sshow
for the past 21 years. I am mar- and need the job. development of recreation areas. Joel D. Chambers, Damascus; Mrs. nesday afternoon March 11 at them back of them to the third Monday of each
-xied and have two children, I will specialize in working for Atrice Gray Mobile; Mrs. Laylar 3:30: P.M. for the purpose of by attending we the are meeting Thurs-: month. Our next regular monthly
served in the U. S. 'Air Force.in Jammerson Florala meeting will be March 16. There
you. Respectfully MRS- OLA HURLEY and two organizing a daylily society/ in day night to find out what we
the Korean Conflict. If elected to Jack Donald Adair. grandsons; also survive. mid West Florida. There are do. III 1 be a workday March 11. Beginning -
this office I will serve the peopleof can at 8:30: A.M. with a covered a
Funeral services were held at strong active locals in both Pence -
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the county In a fair and FOR TAX ASSESSOR Mrs. Ola Hurley, age 63. died Glenn Rowe, Pres. dish dlneer at noon.
2 p.m. Tuesday with Evans Funeral cola and Tallahassee, but thereis
honest way at all times. Wednesday. Feb. 19. in a local -- Mrs. Clark gave an interesting
Home in charge. Burial followed plenty,of room and a felt need
I.will appreciate your vote and I hereby announce as a candi- hospital following a lengthy ill- In Natural Bridge Ceme- for a good strong society between. WALTON COUNTY demonstration on how to carry a t
ness. She was a native of Poncede CIIAMHER OF COMMERCE handbag, also showed patterns for
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support in this date for re-election as Tax Assessor The local society will decide on
race.J. Leon and had moved to De- tery.Pallbearers Calendar making them. The social hour was
Community
C. Turner of Walton County subjectto its
Funlak were: Talbot Gray, name, elect officers adopt by. enjoyed with names led by Gay- v
Springs 20 She
the action of the voters in years ago. I las decide
Frank Mims Dewey Wallace lIar- on time and places of
ache Jones. Ribbon sandwiches,
was a member of the Wesley MARCH S MARCH 12
FOR REPRESENTATIVEI the Democratic primaries.I Memorial Methodist church. ley Broxson, C. A. William and meetings, what dues, if any, etc. March 9-Green Thumb Garden cookies and coffee was served by
have made every effort to Joel Chambers. If you think you may want to the hostesses Mrs. Alma Daughtry
the of Walton County Funeral services were conducted Club, 3:15.:
serve people join but cannot make this first and Mrs. Nellie
hereby announce myself a and the general public faith- at 2:00 P.M. Thursday Feb. 20 THANK YOU FROM THE, meeting please write or call'J D. P.T.A. County Council Liberty, Goodrich.The Sec.
candidate for the office of house fully and honestly in the past from the Red Bay Methodist : Wooten Jr., Route 4, Box 00, or 7:00.: .
of Representatives subject to the and pledge myself to give my best church with the Rev. Winston WEST FAMILYWe I phone Glendale 839-2339. March 6-Bay School P.T.A., 7:00.: j..
wishes of the voters in the Spring effort to merit approval of the Jay and Rev. Donald Jay officiat would like to take this opportunity Paxton Masons, 7:00.: Weather Report
and November 3rd. General Elec- public if reelected.I : ing. Interment followed in the to thank our friends for Lawson Back From M.dlt. March 9-Beta Sigma Phi, 7:30.: Date High Low Rain '
tion. will greatly appreciate your Red Bay Cemetery, with Coman- the many thoughtful acts of love Delbert V Lawson, seaman, Freeport Lions, 7:00.: February 26 66 3D
If elected, I promise to work vote and support in the coming der Funeral Home directing. during our recent bereavement. USN, son of Mr and Mrs. John DeFunlak Lions, 7:00.: 27 56 47 1.80
hard for the people of Walton ,primaries. Sincerely Hubert R. Serving as pallbearers were: We will always remember with Lawson of DeFuniak Springs, has March 10-Rainbow Girls 7:00.: 28 57 43 .03 .
county. I will work diligently I Adkinson. Howard Anderson. Curtis Miller deepest gratitude all of the many returned from the Mediterraneanarea Beta Sigma Phi, 800.: 29 64 31
with the Governor of Florida and Ed Locke Coy Commander Mar- ways that you helped us during aboard the amphibious com- Kiwanis 12:15.: March 1 71 33
all other Interested ,people to SALESMEN WANTED: Une. vin Bishop and Mitch Burke. this time. mand ship USS Taconic completing I Chamber of Commerce Board, 2 68 150 2.00.
bring Industry into our county so pected change causes vacancy. She is survived by her husband The family of I a tour of duty with the Sixth 7:00.: r 3 71 33
that all our citizens: may be gainfully Opportunity for person with car I W. M. Hurl.,.. DeFunlak Springs, Bradley West I Fleet. ,I March; 12-Beach Garden Club, Forecast: Decreasing cloudiness:
emplolyed.Paid to: supply demand for Rawlelarh I one son: Oliver Hurley, and three I The Norfolk based ship visited 7:00. not quite so warm with showers ,
Political Advertisement. .,. Products in Walton county. No' daughters: Mrs. Hazel Howell Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey 'Martin many Mediterranean ports in call Magnolia Garden Club 7:00.: ending during the morning. High
L. S. "Sam" Campbel capital needed. Write Rawleigh Mrs. W. M. Daulton and Mrs. and little daughters of-Ft. Walton'i and helped further the President's Paxton P.T.A., 7:00.: temperatures 62-68 degrees wind -
Rt. 2. Box 154 C FAC-40-201. Memphis, Tenn. Romey Harr all of DeFuniak Beach spent the weekend with ( People to People Program in that Walton P.T.A.. 7:00.: shifting. to NW at 10-20 mph. Low "

Pd'w ak'SprlnP.",Florida -- Mar 19,26. Springs..and seven grandchildren.: relatives here. I area. Great Books Disc, 7:30. humidity near 50 percent.PKY .









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Wilbur Kelly, Pastor

Davis Lane BapUat Church
Pastor Orvls Miller

Santa Rosa Baptist Mission
Rev. Marvin Taylor

First PrasbytaoUn. Chwrch
Circle Drive-Defuniak Spgs.. Tie
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Gayle W. Threlkeld Minister

Gums Presbyterian; Chapel
Kucheeanna Road
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Gayle W. Threlkeld, Minister

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Rev. C. C. Colvin

Ponce de Leon Methodist Church
Rev. C. C. Colvin ,

DeFvuuaJL Springs First Bapun.
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W, U. Willham Pastor
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Richard Bloodworth Pastor

Baldwin Avenue Baptist Church -I
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C. Lester Weekly Pastor

Gaskin South Baptist Church The good thing about the seasons is that all we have to do is wait. We may not like the weather we have

Rev. Tucker Aplin now, but something different will come soon. We experience a great variety of weather in a, dozen months.
Glendale Baptist Church
Bob Hollar Pastor It's a,great consolation to have this mighty spectacle of spring and autumn, sun and rain, day and night -

continually unfold around us.
Lime Stone Baptist Church

Rev. Cony Black Pastor It's'the' dependable rhythm of nature, the ebb and flow of seasons, the beauty of earth and sky, which

New Harmony Baptist Church give our.lives a firm, ground 'tone.
Rev. Kenneth Klcklighter

Oak Grove Baptist. Church. But,Christianity is not a nature religion; It' finds the revelation of God not in nature alone but even

W. B. Six Pastor more in human.,,personality our own, as the children of God, and supremely in.Jesus as the Son of God.
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Paxton Rev M.Baptist M. Harris.Church That is why,it is'necessary for us to become an important part of His Church. .., .... ': "j' .

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Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church We can .get.in the mood to understand the presence of God when we experience the quietness!of. the ' : : :
Rev. James Kinchin .
''woodlands or hear waves breaking against the cliffs, or look heavenward at the 'billowing .

Rev.Pleasant Malcom Grove M.Baptist Harris Church ; clouds. But it is not enough to get in a mood. We must join in the communionand.fellow: "

Rod Bay; Baptist Marc ship of other believers in order to obtain our purpose and faith. .

Rev. T. R. Padgett Come, let'us go into the House of the Lord. . .

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Rev. J. L. Harris


Rev.Ooillngton Aubrey Baptist ToddLiberty ,Chureh These Religious Messag are Being Published Each Week in the DeFuniak.HeraldSpc"WN'ed"by '

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Children's .Hesne A b pr Following ,Interested Individuals and Business Establishments:
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Paxton "..7'rie
W. A. whl tak. ,eteran's .Gas'Company Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. weott

West Jnd""w: A GOOD HARDWARE TORE PLUMBING HBAT1MO
Cary Richards .UMN* OA -CALL. US"
A. B. Covell
LIVE OAK
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Cluster Springs Pggly Wiggly CONTRACTORComander Rivard Chevrolet
George W. )RD CAIN'S King & Co. TIM ORIGINAL lfervlee"
Padgett'V
Mossy Head ndard Station Company
Floyd Garrett, Funeral
GAS OIL Peoples Water Service Dantey Furniture Co.
Argyle Baptist HIND QRKASINO Home
Rev. Lee King Company MERCER COMAN D.... L.. The DeFuniak Hwrm&u
reel Ford Co
Lake Stanley I TB Ready To OP COASTAL FLORIDA
Rev. Harold R. I ; Store
w ? 1I7Lte Department Henry Koerber; Chodawlla....
RITZ THEATRE YOUR PURINA DEALUS
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DeFuniak Springs, Florida they have done or stood for in the past. Have Ct666

they taken an active interest in the welfare .
Published
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DeFunlak Springs Florida of our ciity, county, state and national hll

government? Let's vote for the man for
Completely Coven Walton County Trading Area
what he is and what he stands for and nol
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico
Second-Class Postage Paid vote for or against a person because of pre (fl cl1mmtl1b

judice. Real Estate &
II. C. STORRS, Publisher 1924-1963 Eaton
HOWARD STORRS Editor, Publisher This!: is your city, county, state and national .

SUBSCRIPTION: government and we will be judged Insurance Agency

by the people we elect to our county offices.
Walton and Adjoining CounUea$3.oca( Per YeaiOther

__ ._.._________________$3.50 Per Yew We will be judged over the state by the typeof AUTOMOBILE FIRE When you want to honor a friend or com.
people we send to the Legislature. We INSURANCEBONDS memorate an event, you'lllind the delicious

Bible Verse will be judged over the nation by the people food and prompt, courteous service at MOM

we elect to our state government and AND DAD'S RESTAURANT fully worthyof r1
O Lord, correct me, but with judgment;: the occasion. Just check with Garry and
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not in thine anger, lest thou bring me to our Representatives in Congress. ,- We represent STROUT Diana McLean to make reservations in the

nothing.--Jeremiah 10:24: Think twice before you cast your vote, AUBREY EARL MITCHEM private dining rooms and select special'

--oOo-- but be sure to vote.-M. T. Fountain REALTYIn menus for lunches or dinners. ,w;ry 1
Seaman Aubrey E. Mitchem
The True Udauty ----oOo-- boards the U. S. S. Randolph C. Real Estate since 1900 What makes Hush Puppies) M easy on the

He that loves a rosy check, The Court's IntrusionsAs V. S. 1 Aircraft Carrier from feet and so easy to take care of? Pete Miller

Or coral admires in some other cases, the Supreme Court's Norfolk, Va., on February 24, New Location says there're like feathers on the feet, just
a lip 1964 to his new station in Ger- Lake Stanley brush dirt away resist water and stains.
Or from star-like eyes doth seek majority opinion on Congressional districts many and in France. I:; ) That's Hush Puppies-and the place is

Fuel to maintain his fires; makes a valid point, but only by stretchingthe Mitchem is the son o fMr. and TW 6-4441 ; MILLER'S, The Family Shoe Store. I Hush

As Old Time makes these decay Constitution and accepting somewhat Mrs. Curtis Mitchem of Route DeFuniak Springs Fla. Puppies-for men, women, boys girls, little
One, DeFuniak
So his flames must waste away. extraneous theories. This tendency, perhapsmore Springs. boys and little girls-pi ices start at 795.

But a smooth and steadfast mind, than the decisions themselves, Is what I With four federal inspectors and ono ..,..
medical doctor on duty in the plant at all ""
disturbs a good many people about the con- '
Gentle .6. ,
thoughts and calm desires ,
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rest assured that anything >
times '
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Would Like you can :::.. '
court. We
Hearts with equal love combined, temporary bearing the Henko label must be good -
Kindle never-dying fires-: The valid point here is the undisputed one: To Be Your grade A processed chicken and fresh: ,)grade j I"t.l, r" 1 I
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in number of states Congressional districtsare A eggs hat's "Henko" from HENRY KOERBER ,
Where these I a ; __:
are not, despise PEST Dants
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INSURANCEAGENT DeFuniak ..
unequal in terms of population. Thus the INC., in business in Springs 1 ft, ,
Lovely cheeks or lips or eyes.Thomas for over 30 years. ;
Carew Representative from the Fifth District of i SERVICE i tJ'k:

oOo-- Georgia has to represent from two to three There's no mistake about it. You can tell
by the Way the men and
times as people as do Congressmen rots mice Here are our qualifications 3t the boys are admiring
many silverfish boats and
We Need Those Numbers Experience? Since 1935 motors down at Kimipu(
It has been pointed out to us, and we from some other Georgia districts. tCaM roaches HARDWARE COMPANY. At 1i'ISIIHU'S
,That situation, multiplied around the Dependable? We're avail- A"s you find those famous Johnson Outboard
agree with the proposition, that a badly- Motors, Carter Boats and E-Z Trailers.
is hard to defend on grounds of able on a 24 hour basis, 7 Don't
needed project is one to have clearlylegiblehouse country, put it off any longer-you can't beat the

numbers installed all over town. common sense or equity; among other thingsit for tlh.sake of ysir k a days a week. ., combination of Johnson Carter and E-Z, all
relatively underpopulated ru- Prompt Claim Service? Our at FISIIER'S..tun. .
can mean a
but
Most of the streets marked
are now .
specialty since the day our .: you ever iiuiiceu the Chevrolet family -
there are still many residence with no ral area carries more weight than a popu- agency opened its doors for ot line cats:! mm now tney always seat

number at all, a number that is hard to lous urban area. Moreover, it seems to go business. io nave just nau a wax or ptaisn JUI i>; ..,"ca.-

find, particularly at night, or a number that against the general Constitutional intent First National Reasonable Rates? We've with uauy, an cnevroiecs; it lanes is an occasional wash jou '
while all states regardless of size and searched the for "Magic-Mirrow ACt',)lICLacquer" e j
seems to follow no particular sequence. that, country tmish. M'he linian is lively, 1USliu..,:
This could be n worth-while project by population have equal representation in the Insurance AgencyFOR most companies for offering the aim lasting, IIKC the lnevl'OJet.11: ut!, l

one of the' civic organizations that would Senate, the composition of the House should your money. Corvair: Cnevy: 11 ana Corvette; -horn ai ,
We would like to be your IU valiD UttriVUOLtl': COJMPAJNY. ?:: n
to the population. "
conform
result in making houses a lot easier to find more nearly
Agent! You: never catch them "
for those who are not familiar with where Population, however, was not the only NATIONAL UAJMK. lliey napping constantly at i nu-vi

everybody lives. House criterion nor should it be today. Other BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIRE Harris Insurance ; facilities to service you ana 1 better improve

-oOo-- practical questions have to be considered, and continually add services as banking
MARINE A CASUALTY Agency ; needs Increase. fheir'
How About Our GulfA such as what constitutes a geographically ",: commercial, business, farm departments and personal incluue

group of scientists we are informedby realistic district or what should be the re- INSURANCE TW 6-2451 ? loans, trust department, checking and sav

a news letter from the Institute of Marine lationship of districts and counties. sags, safety deposit boxes night depository,
First National Bank DeFuniak Springs Fla. 1. plus many, other
:.,a. many services lor your
Science of the University of Miami, are to More important, the philosophy of "one banking convenience.

make a special study of what is described as man, one vote" hardly seems to be as firmly fanning a party for your youngster?

-_ "! _title* < known region of the ocean"-the entrenched in the Constitution's origins as Then your first stop should be CAaLi i'S
lUA
Gulf'ot Guinea,sdn the"west coast of Africa. Mr. Justice Black, speaking for the majority, r will find DISCOUNT everything"'OOULIN ;lC. when you
r you need in the. way : ,
The three-week expedition involves scien- appears to believe. Various restrictions on of reshtreshments. In their complete uai.e tw,;r.....
tists from six different Institutions and they unlimited democracy were thought wise; for departmment cookies and cakes or II you j;+,

will study the chemistry of the water itself one, the Senate as originally elected not by prefer to bake, name-brand cake and co.;i.iv f
your Soft drinks juitcsl
and, its biological! content. the people directly but chosen by the state and punch ool-aid?wrj and toys too, fruit! CASEY ol '4 .

We're all)) for it and would like IGA-open seven days-7:00 .<< w
very muchto legislatures. In the world today, anyone can a.m. until (i:30

know more about the Gulf of Guinea, wee that the hopes of some of the new na- p.m.

nea, but we wouid aiso like to more more tions of achieving unimited democracy have It's so nice when you can't get out delivery -

about our Gulf of Mexico and one the one led to anarchy or despotism.In service from 'SEHVlrp "Y"TG! COMPANY -
> that is_ When ti sickness
-"on" -
occasion we wrote this same Institute of any case, it is not clear that "one man, strikes the weather L ct t rather

Marine Science with a couple of questions one vote" is relevant to the question of districting ) not dress or round up th, "',. '1. simply

about the Gulf they didn't give us too much As Mr. Justice Harlan suggests in phone TW 1.5991 or TW (G-51: our ,drugSERVICE
information.Our For that. prescription or other needs f ,1 z ,
his strong dissent, the people who complainof DRUG COMPANY l will be f ed to you
own Gulf Coast, for the past four being under-represented may well be un- promptly.

years, has been plagued by an invasion of der-represented, but they are not being de- Sometimes it's the small investments ,.. >
Girl J
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Special
slimy algae "June mtoss" it used to be nied the privilege of voting. For the Court that make living so much easier like having

called-but now it comes In April and stays majority to argue they are seems to bear an extra set of house keys, automobile keys
with us until cold weather. We wrote the or office keys. If a small investme.it can
neither squarely the practical issue nor Your Life
in --- make your life easier, then see Howard Grif. .. .
Marine Institute and asked them for a lit- the words of the Constitution.Not fith at WESTERN AUTO ASHOCIA'l'Ef "* ,

tle information about the algae that is to STORE At WESTERN AUTO, keys are '
blame and also asked if it could be possible only does the Constitution say noshing A wide variety of the latest styles In engagement and made while you watch-at such a low pri e'L.;;;'""9' '
.
about "one man, one vote"; it also __4
that the temperature of the Gulf might be decisionsto wedding rings. See our selection before you buy. "
would appear to leave districting
increasing slightly wondering if this could Carnations gladsr mums, roses-just to
the states and to Congress itself, which name a
have something to do with the problem. "- wa>s fresh and In good
has supervisory powers. In Mr. Harlan's RHODES JEWELERS supply at McLEAN: FLORIST. So when the
They wrote us right back that they didn'tknow occasion calls for
view, the Supreme Court now undertakes to II flowers I recommand McLEAN'S. -
what algae might be involved and 9th St. DeFuniak Springs, Fla. I kno I can depend on Elizabeth
reserved to Congress and
exercise a power and Ruth Rahardt's
of experience -
they had no information on whether or many years
at the same time to overrule the judgmentof and ready supp], of flower stock to
not this part of tile Gulf is getting any Congress. On the basis of the Court de- completely "fill the bill' when I need to "say
it with flowers".
warmer.
cision; he reckons that the seats of almostall
We wish the Institute would carry out an If the mild weather little
of the present Houses are in jeopardy. or
investigation or waters closer to home. green grass haven convinced Sthat
---oOo-- It is clear enough, we think that the dis- TAX ASSESSOR'SNOTICE sJ.Jring is Just around the corner,you then one

tricting in many places leaves much to be visit to CARP'S will. Dresses, suits hats and #
Being Voter :
a desired. It is also plain that if the states sportswear this are simply out of tnis world r
Being a voter is like standing on the season. Bright shades, plaids and bold
and Congress have been too dilatory in stripes
are the
mode. And I
brink, ready to plunge, and not quite cer- shop CARPS suggest you
corrections, then they for that Easter
making appropriate
tain whether to be in agony or in ecstasyover aU day on Thursday's. outfit. Open ..
invite just such judicial intrusions. In the r
the prospective candidate. It is like
same way, the High Court undertook last When WEST FLORIDA GAS COl\IP AN\
climbing a mountain, and looking up to see The law requires that you make a Installs a heating
of and
the apportionment cooling system or
that the peak is on ahead. It is like seeing. year to interpret the states' question legislaures. full return of all property owned by appliance' yoU know why their slolgan is

a thousand t things that need changing, and of own of 1 .We Specialize In Service". They have the
not being sure that the man you vote for But the intrusions are no less disquietingfor you as January 1963, to the Tax quality Products, the correct tools and supplies -
Assessor at full cash value and and experienced personnel to do the
all that. Increasingly the Court has at- any
is man enough to stand up and be counted. job correct fast and efficient. And they
It is like training night and day to play tempted to provide judicial remedies where other exemptions you may be en- 1 s adhere i to all state regulations on installations -

football with no assurance that the best man other arc available, and to employ reasoning titled to.Make. for your safety-and comfort.

that is leas Constitutional than sociological There ws a time when I
is going to be in the starting lineup. about was In doubt
All over these United States the voters" or emotional. The risks in this trend your returns from January bile. But using l recapped tires on my automo-

will be going to the polls)) to cast their vote are well]) stated by Mr. Harlan: 1, 1964, through March 31, 1964. I capped at WHEAT have discovered TIRE SERVICE that tires outlast re-.

for the men and women who will operateour "The Constitution does not confer on the The law requires that for home- TIRE the SERVICE treads on new tires. And at WIII AT fI f .

kind of government for us for the next Court blanket authority to step into every stead exemption your deed or con- modern equipment-famous they have all Dual new Hndius and

four *. t situation where the political branch may be molds-and only
years. tract for title must be on record at I use premium rubber in the
Now is the time to be studying the candidates thought to have fallen short. The stabilityof proc.'ess. All work Is guaranteed and pdces :
the time of claiming start at only $7.95
who are offering us their services. this instution ultimately depends not on- exemptions. i,' plus tax.

Remember, the politician is a man or woman ly upon its being alert to keep the other I .
'
f> who is looking after his or her own branches of the Government within Constitutional HUBERT ADKINSON of n air by all conditioning means see this,the quality!spring

I.' interest; a statesman is a man or woman bounds but equally upon recognition Tax Assessor I ;: by carrier on displayyy) at

; who will look after the interest of all the of the limimtations of the Court's own Walton County Florida iThlnkinJL? ELECTRONIC INC. They also
i 1 air conditioning units and
. people. function in the Constitutional sysem." I and air conditioning units.

,' It behooves us all to vote tor the man Wall Street Journal. -.. "fort at such a reasonable price.,
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DeFUNIAK. SPRINGS GARDEN CLUB CLASS II-SECTION, "PUERTA"BIENVENIDA"DEL SOL" SQUARE- WELCOME OF THE SUN Specimen SECTION Ill: ROSES 7. Coral Vine

Madrid became the capitol of Spain in the year of grace 1561 b ehabit of bloom according to natural l 8. Cydonia (flowering quince)
a cluster
PRESENTS cause Felipe II so willed It. The nerve center of Madrid where the bloom. Climbers or single 9. Datura
will be
country's most important events have taken place is called Puerta lateral Bloom 10. English Dogwood

Spring Flower ShowApril del Sol. It is the starting oint of all the roads radiating hence o inches branch i.e. Paul not to Scarlet exceed 30 11. Flowering Cherry
the border of Spain.A and 12. Flowering Crabapple

dynamic design in the modern manner. Ing Blaze Ramblers and some climb- 13. Gardenia (cape Jasmine)

., 23, 1961& Eligible for the Award of Distinction. floribunda are cluster. Single 14. Hibiscusa
roses are Dainty Bess or Flori ( )
Single-red, yellow, pink
CLASS III "DON QUIXOTE" bunda. Grnndiflora must not be white any colorb

rr axles cfn Miguel Cervantes a soldier turned poet and novelist created one disbuddod. Classes will be divided ( ) Double-red, yellow, pink

son of the immortal figures of all fiction. "The Knight of the Sad according to name of variety. white<< any color

Countenance", Don Quixote and his faithful tubby companion. San- Largo flowered Climbers will be 15. Jn!'
TIME 3:0: P.M ''TIL 8:00: p.l\r. cho Panza. the tall thin knight defender of high deals. imprac- one spray lateral. All Teas, Hybrid IB. Oleander"

.. Silver Offering First Methodist Church tical but loyal to the last, and the short, portly Sancho Panza his Teas bush and climbers 17. Shrimp Plant
must be
shrewd, down-to-earth companion, ride through the rolling landscape disbudded. 18. Any meritorious named specimens
DeFuniak Springs Florida Fellowship Hall of Spain, through; adventures both comic and tragic. Classes will be divided accord- not mentioned." I

A two level design of all fresh plant material. Ing to name of variety. (Red SCALE OF POINTS

Eligible for Tri-color. Radiance Mirandy and etc.) Dinstlniction n.i expressed:! in
FLOWER
SHOW COMMITTEESPresident \ CLASS IV "EL AQUA" WATERIt Judges will go by rules of the kinds and varieties shown 30

DeFuniak Springs Garden Club Mrs. K. W. Grief is only In the far north and northwest in the regions bordering Rose society on page 175.: Cultural perfection 30

Flo er Show Chairman Mrs. M. O. Warren the Atlantic Ocean, that ater from the sky from springs, and from Scale of Points: Color 25. Form Rarity 10
Schedule small streams la available 25. Stem and foliage 20. Size Condition
Chairman Mrs. R. C. Blue all year. Elsewhere water is a precious 10, 20
Staging Chairman Mrs. K. W. Graef resource, truy the base of life and very scarce over large areas of Substance 20. Naming 10

Properties Chairman Mrs. J. E. McCaskill the Spanish countryside.A 1 specimen according to natural
habit
Entries Chairman Mrs. Nelson Burton design featuring water rocks and dried or treated material. of bloom a spray, a single 100

Classification Design Division Mrs. Joe Long Any combination or any one of these. Limited fresh material Class bloom or spray lateral. SECTION X: FLOWERING POT

Classification Horticulture Division Mrs. H. L. Prescott may be used. 1. Climber POT PLANTS
Class
Potted Plants Mrs. W. D. Cawthon Eligible for Award of Distinction. 2. Climbing Floribunda CLASS

,Judges Chairman Miss Hazel Campbell Scale of Points for Section A, Class II, Class III, Class IV Class Class 3. Climbing Hybrid Tea 1. Azalea
4. Floribunda 2. Begonia
Clerks Chairman and Hybrid
Mrs. Nell
Myers
Hosrltality Chairman Design 25 Originality 25 Polyantha (n) White
Mrs.
Awards Chairman Howard Cawthon Interpretation 25 Distinction 25 Class 5. Graniflora (b) Pink
Mrs. Ray Hansen
Class 6. Hybrid Tea (c) Red"
Dismantling Chairman Mrs. C. H. Morris SECTION B "BELLO" BEAUTIFUL Class
Publicity Chairman Mrs. R. M. Sawyer 7. Large flowering climber 3. Geranium (average size)
' CLASS V. "LA BELLEZA LA Class a. Rambler (1nC'd
Walton Teen Gardeners Exhibit Mrs. R. C. Blue TRANQUILDAD"-BEAUTY AND
TRANQUILITY Class 9. Polyantha (b) Pinkc

GENERAL RULES Despite the difference in climate and traditions the Spanish Class 10. Tea ( ) Any color

people admire the beauty' and transquility of their, native land. Class 11. Hybrid Perpetual 4. Impatiens<< Sultana
1. Classes
are to all
open amateur and
gardeners Class
arrangers. 12. Hybrid 5. Orchid
2. An A design interpreting the romantic life of the Spanish Chinensls minima -
exhibitor
may make any one entry in a class. 6. Any meritorious named specl-
people, accessories predominate. Artifical
,
3. Entries will be received between the hours of 8:00: A. M. and mitted. grapes are per- Class 13. Collection Tent not mentioned.

not 10:30: compete A. M. April for awards.23, 1964. Entries received after 10:30: A. M. will Eligible for Award of Distinction. SECTION Illt/: BULB TUERS, SCALE OF POINTS

CLASS CORMNS AND RHIZOMES Cultural perfection<< 35
XI "PLAZA DE TOROS"
BULL RINGU
Pot Plants will be received April 22. 1964 from 9:00: A.M.ftil No additional Size of plant (accordingto
In Seville, Spain Carmen's tobacco factory- of all things, a green allowed one
10:00: A. M. and 3:00: P. M. until 4:00: P. M. stalk. variety<< ) 20
4. No conservation material is to be used in any exhibit except university today', but still standing is the bull ring and its entrance CLASS Floriferousness<< 15
exactly as depicted on the operatic stage.A .
for educational purposes and these must be on their own roots. 1. Amaryllisa Rarity 10
5. Judging will be done accredited and design of fresh plant material showing the excitement:
by student Judges; their and courage of the bull fight. ( ) Solid colorb Color 10
decision will be final. Eligible for Trl-color. ( ) Variegatedc Foliage ]10<

B. No persons other than the judges, clerks, chairman of judges ( ) Whited
Scale of Points for Section B. Class V. Class VI
chairman of the show and classification chairman will be allowedon ( ) Seedling 100

the floor during the judging hours. Interpretation 30 Color 10 2. Calla Lilya SECTION VI SINGLE CROWN

Judging hours will be between 12.30 P. :M. and 2:30: P. M Design 25 Condition 10 ( ) Whiteb ______ ____ NAMED ____ ______
7. Awards will be ribbons. Distinction 25 ( ) Yellow CLASS

Blue First: Red Second; Yellow Third; and White 3. Anemone 1. African Violets

Honorable Mention. SECTION C "MANANA" TOMORROW (a) Singleb African Violets Single crown

8. One tri-Color award may be given to a blue ribbon winner CLASS VII SPANISH FAIR "BIEN VENIDAS, AMIGOS, A LA ( ) Double plants. All entries places in their
with a total point score of 95 or over from a selected group 'of FERIA ESPANOLA" 4. Canna color division. Each variety shall:

Artistic Division classes in which fresh cut. plant material is domin Welcome friends to the Spanish Fair. 5. Daffodil constitute n class where three or
ant. (Classes 2. 3-6-_9)) 6. Easier Lily more ore entered." A single entry-
A design of fresh fruits vegetables, flowers and foliage
9. One award of Distinction may be given to a blue ribbon winner any 7. Gladiolusa may receive a ribbon I if the judges
combination of one of these.
with a total point score of 95 or over from a selected group of for Trl-color any ( ) Whiteb consider It worthy. Scale of points.of .
Artistic Division classes in which elements other than fresh cut Eligible ( ) Yellow the African Violet Society In

plant materials arc dominant. CLASS VIII "EL RETIRO" THE HIDEOUT (c) Lavenderd the Handbook.

(Classes 2-4-5)) The gardens of El Retiro were planned especially for Felipe II ) Mixedf Class! 1. Named Varieties

11. A sweepstakes award may be given to the exhibitor having and his Queen the English Mary Tudor. In 1869 El Retiro was ( ) Any color not mentioned Class 2. Seedling!!!

the most blue ribbons in the Design Division and In the Horticulture turned into the public park of Madrid. The interesting thing 8. Ilomerocallls, 1 scape severed (a) Pinkb

Divison. about this part is the beautiful forest and the profusion of at the base. All entries placed in ( ) niuo

10 An Award of Merit may be given in the Horticulture Divisionto birds, which are scarce in thc rest of Spain.A their color division. Each variety (c) Purpled

the exhibit judged as the finest, provided the score is 95 or design with accessories permitted.For shall constitute a class, where ( ) White

above. novices only three or more are entered. A (e) Lavender

11. A sweepstakes award may be given to the exhibitor having Scale of points Class VII, Class VIII Single entry may receive n rib- (U) Doublesg

the most blue ribbons in the Design Division and in the Horticul- bon if the judges consider It ) Seedlings
ture Division. Design 30, Suitability & combination worthy. Scale of points of the SECTION VII DECORATIVEPOT
12. The DeFuniak Color 20 material 20 Hemerncnlls PLANTS
Springs Garden Club assumes no responsibility Society.
for damage or loss of property although every- precaution will be t Condition. 10, Distinction 20 Class 1. Named Varieties CLASS

taken for protection. CLASS IX HOLY WEEK / ..a 4a t Class 2. Seedlings. 1. Aspidistraa !
9. Iris Dutch ( ) Greenb

DESIGN RULES Seville's Holy Week Pageants are a non-stop procession of (a) WedgewoocI ( ) Striped ,..
floats, hooded figures with candles on tableaux. It runs from (b) Whitec 2. Cactus 'I, Ii
1. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and should be
Palm Sunday until Good Friday and is the city's biggest religious ( ) Yellow 3. Caladium .
kept in fresh condition for the duration of the show. .
event of the year. The people like to don festive garb (d) Any other 4. Coleus
2. Plant material used in the Design Division need not be
grown 5. Croton i
and parade on foot or on horse back in the streets.A 10. Bearded<< Iris
by the exhibitor. design of fresh plant material suitable for use in a 11. Ranunculus!!! fl. Dleffcnbachia
3. There are no restrictions on cutting or tearing materials. 7. Dracena
..
church. (a) Semidoubleb
4. Bases, as an integral part of the design, are permitted in all Eligible for Trl-color award. ( ) Double 8. Ferna I

classs. Points Class IX 12. ( ) Baby's Breath
Scale of Any flower from
5. Where plant material is called for both flowers and foliage tuber<< ond rhiozrneother bulb corm than, (b) Maiden Hairc

may be used. Design 30 Distinction 20 listed. ( ) Sword
6. No artificial materials may b41 used other than grapes no Color 30 Suitability of material 20 SCALE 0. Ivy

painted or dried material except where designated in schedule. OF POINTS 10. Nephtytla ,
7. Identification should be placed on the bottom of containers SECTION D "BUENAS NOCHES" GOODNIGHT 1057 Judging( points according to 11. Philodendron<<

and accessories. CLASS X LADY OF SPAIN National Council Handbook 12. Rhoco<< Discolof (Moses In the
8. Entries in Class 2. 3 and 6 will be staged triptychs measur The glory that was Spain's in the days of her World Empire is for Iris. Gladiolus and Amaryllis Bullrushcs)

ing. 24 inches wide, 20 inches deep and 36 inches high. All other past but It lives on in the charm and old fashioned courtesy -page 159 and 167. 13. Succlenta

entries will be staged with 24 inch disks for background. All back- of her romantic yet dignified citizens.A in Judging this section points for all others ( ) Aloeb

grounds will be light green. corsage for evening wear. : ( ) Bromeliad
Quality &
For High School Gardeners Only.Scale condtion 25
(c) Crassula
HORTICULTURE RULES Substance & texture 25
of Points Class X (d) Euphorbiae
Size according to variety 10
1. All horticulture specimens must be grown by the exhibitor fromseeds of Clearness of color 15 ( ) Gostcria
Technique 15 Suitability of combination 14. Sanseveria
seedling cuttings bulbs or small plants. Number open
according
2 Uniform containers will be provided for all cut spectanens.: Design 25 material 1* to variety 10 15. Any meritorious named specimen : -
that with stem, such as roses Color 15 Condition 10 not mentioned.
3. Plants are grown
lthatndo foliage Distinction 20 SCALE OF
with POINTS
not
shall be Judged with foliage. grew SECTION IV FLOWERING
on the stem, such as gerbera daisy, will not be judged with, foli- TREES, SHRUBS AND VINES Cultural perfection 35
DIVISION II HORTICULTURELA CLASS Size of plant (accordingto

5*.*.Three or more entries of a varieties constitute a class. where 1. Allamanda variety) 20

less than three of a variety appear, each will be judged against TERRA DE LAS FLORES BELLAS 2. Bottle Bush Distinction 15

and ribbons awarded where merited. 3. Bougainvillea Rarity 15
perfection Judges have the privilege of sub-dividing a class according to the THE LAND OF TIlE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS 4. Bridal Wreath, any color Form (according to
variety) 15
type and variety. SECTION I (d) French double 5. Buddlela (butterfly bush)
5. AIl potted must have been in possession I and care of exhibitor One stem of one color 22. Nasturtium 6.- rl.___n...._"rl-..? 100

for at least two months.DIVISION CLASS 23. Pansy CONSERVATION LIST

I --- ARTISTIC DESIGN 1. Ageratum 24. Petunia (2) Cornus-Florida (L) Cornus AlternI folia (L.) Dogwood;

CASTLES* I IP. SPAIN 2. Alyssum (a) Single Cords Canadcnsis (L.) Red-bud or Judas tree;

3. Bachelor Button (b) Double Kalmia latifolla (L.) Mountain-laurel; ._
There are no less than seven royal Palaces In the country of Spain 4. Bells of Ireland (c) Single ruffled Epigaea rcpcns Trailing arbutus;

aU intact and livable. In case ;you dreamt you dwelt 10 marble 5.: Calendula (d) Double ruffled Ilex Casslne (L.). Dahoon Holly;

balls what it would be like. 6. Candytuft; 25. Phlox Ilex Myrtlfolia: Walt;
you INiTATION
CLASS I -caCnA8tiTnLdEo'g/ CHOICE I BY 7. Calliosis 26. Pinks Ilex VomUorla Ait. Yaupon; *

8. Carnation I 27. Poppy Torreya Taxifolia (Am);

A. THE ROYAL PALACE the most magnificent 1n all 9. Celosia-plumed (a) California Taxus Floridana;

Built in Madrid,800 it is probably would make Versailles look like 10. Celosia-crested (b) Shirley single Ilex Opaca Alt., American Holly; J

:Europe. Wit 2, rooms It 10 figure up the cost of its art 11. Cornflower (c) Shirley doublea Iloystonea regia HH.B.K.) C. F. Cook, Royal Palm;

the servants quar t ers. Trying metals would give the big board ) Pink 28. Queen Anne's Laceb Colsomium Sempcrvlrens (L.) Alt F., Yellow Jessamine;

objects jewels and precious breakdown. can vision the hugeat ( ) Blue 29. Salviac Magniola Virginiana (M. glauca). Sweet bay; ;
Hialeah a nervous W ) Lavendar (a) Blue
with Persian rp and vast tapestries. a IN TIIK CIRCUIT; COURT; Of Angus U. Andrew
rooms bleeding thC a spraying fountain of crystal 12. Daisy (b) Reda WALTON COUNTY; H.OKIUA Campbell ft Andrew :
that is a temle ( ) African 30. Snadragonb CHANCERY; NO. S33O P. O. Box 326
paved
Chandellerit inlaid mother.of-pearl keys, a royal chapel CURTIS E. KAY, DeFuniak .
Spring Fla.
a p by marble columns and four .. ( ) Elder 31. Stockc Plaintiff. 41.1 Mar 6.13,19.26NOTICE
marble and supportedof -VS,_
with ( ) English 32. Stokeslad
castle In Spain
Is this your ELMA RAV.
: or
APPLICATION
tapestries.
exquisite ( ) Gerbera 33. Sweet Pease ." Defendant. FOR TAX DEED
THE FORTRESS ( ) Marguerite 34. Sweet Williamf NOTICE TO APPEAR Hec. It*It, r.H.
"ALCAZAR" Is 0Segovia. f NOTICE TO: Elm Ray NOTICE: 18 HEREBY
B. until 1600 one OWEN: that
lived
< ) Pyrethrum 35. Verbenag
where the Castilian ere Sworn complaint having been filed In Robert Pentel. the holder of the fol-
of Spain. stands one of the moat ) Shasta (a) Pink thin cause of action entitling the plan- lowing certificate baa riled said eertl-
the museum town in Europe. BuIlt like tiff to this notice, you are hereby notified flcatea for a tax deed to be issued
castles (1) Single b White
medieval ( )
and Impress i ve that wit haa been filed against thereon. The certflcate number* and
typical a commanding and impregnable outcropping ((2)) Double (c) Lavendar you In the above named Court by the year of Imuance, the deeerlptlon of
aU good castles on decorated with Arabesque 13. Delphinium 36. Violet above named plaintiff the nature of the property, and the name in which) 1
walls are
which la action for _.
its thick stone an divorce and It wa .Ned are aa follow:
of rock carvlns. It was here Isabella his proclai.med 14. DIanthus 37. Violaa you are hereby notified and requiredto Certificate No. 78; Year of Issuance)
arches and Ferdinand witness wUl. Could ) Single 38. Zinnia arrve upon the attorney of record lass; Description of Property Lots 14 *
and Columbus had for the plaintiff. Angus O. Andrew. IS Block H Pitt Bay Khore S-D of
Queen (2) Double 39. Any meritorious named speci- Campbell & Andrew. P. O. Box 320.1lrFunlak BVt of BW'4. Section 3. Township a
this castle be? 15. Feverfew men not mentioned. Spring Florida, a copy of South. Range 19 Weat. Name' la which
your answer or written d..n_. If aaeoBaed Luther Drown. Jr.
Escorial Is robabl7 16. Forget-Me-Not SCALE OP POINTS any, to the complaint In said Gauss All of said 1 property being In the)
C.5SSrftS2 a drl dand j2ffl. 17. Gaillardia Cultural Perfection ((60) and file In the original of such answer County. of Walton. State of Florida.
> planned by FeUpe or written. defenses with the Clerk Unless such certificate or certificate
best known cast I e in Spain. is huge I it appears 18. Hollyhock form color substance of the Circuit Court of Walton County, shall be redeemed according to law
the used as such so Florida' at DePunlak Hring. Florida the
not
monasterybu t the 19. Larksur abundance of bloom 20a on property described In such certi
II as a i enlargement slaPped onto or before< the 3rd day of April. 1044. ficate or certificate will be Bold to
a distance like Ilrse: and groves of oak and ( ) Single variety 20 Thin notice ahall be publUhed once the hlghe bidder at the court house)
from amid tiny houses (b) Double foliage and stem 20 each week for four consecutive week ,door on the flrat Monday In Month
landscape vujag 41)1) yeana M this year. Felipeolive ryas In The DeFuniak: Herald a weekly ,of April. 1M4. which la the, 'th day
trees. The Esco: the premises but all of Spain 20. Lupine Distinction of species or newnpnper. published In Walton Count ,of April. 11164 at 1:30: P....
to OPT 21. Marigold variety 20a Florida.Wit Dated this 2nd
king ever Could this day of Starch 1M4.
the only b1M are buried there ,..* my hand and official seal K. LEO
of her African Condition ANDREWS
( ) pale yellow 20
monarchs thla 28th day of February. 1964. By Eva: I.. Renfroe.-D.C.
;ot., antdlemr: ng placeT (b) African. gold E. LEO ANDREWS Clerk of Circuit Court ofI .'

be your (c) French: single 100 (Seal) Walton Clerk of County Circuit Florida'Court .ItKarU2.18.2SWalfOQ County, Florida ..








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THURSDAY, MARCH 5;, 1964
VOLUME 73-PUBLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY a THE DeFUNIAK RERALD-BREEZE
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or woman who hasproven ability and ex-

THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined perience. You can judge to some extent rte: \S

what they will do in the future by what '
with THE BREEZE na'ylJlaAha1
they have done or stood for in the past. Have
DeFuniak Springs, Florida
they taken an active interest in the wel- 4t666
Published Every Thursday at
DeFunlak Springs Florida fare of our ciity, county state and national i 5Y <

government? Let's vote for the man for
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area y
what he is and what he stands for and not
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico
Second-Class Postage Paid vote for or against a person because of pre- (J( "mmtl/ts

judice. Real Estate &
II. C. STORRS, Publisher 1924-1063 Eaton
This is city county state and
your national -
HOWARD STORRS, Editor. Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION: government and we will be judgedby Insurance Agency

____ the people we elect to our county offices.
Walton and Adjoining Counties 3.00 Per Year
We will be judged over the state the .
by typeof
Other -___$3.50 Per Year 1 AUTOMOBILE FIRE When you want to honor a friend or commemorate
a a people we send to the Legislature. We INSURANCEBONDS an event you'll find the delicious

Bible Verse will be judged over the nation by the pea food and prompt, courteous service ut MOM

ple we elect to our state government and AND DAD'S RESTAURANT fully worthy n,
O Lord, correct but with
me, judgment; of the occasion. Just check with Garrv anti
not in thine anger, lest thou bring me to our Representatives in Congress. ,- We represent STROUT Diana McLean to make reservations i'n the l

nothing.--Jeremiah 10:24: Think twice before you cast your vote, AUBREY EARL MITCHEM private dining rooms and select "special
000 but be sure to vote.-M. T. Fountain REALTYIn menus for lunches or dinners. ;.'' n;

Seaman Aubrey E. Mitchem
----oOo-- Real Estate since 1900
The True Ildauty boards the U. S. S. Randolph C. What makes Hush Puppies t-o easy on the

He that loves a rosy check The Court's IntrusionsAs V. S. 1 Aircraft Carrier from 4'< ,1''* feet and so easy to take care of? Pete Miller
"
Norfolk Va., 24, New Location < says there're like feathers tin the feet
in some other cases the Supreme Court's on February < just
Or coral admires
a lip I 1084 to his new station in Ger- Lake Stanley *" brush dirt away, resist water and stains.
Or from star-like eyes doth seek majority opinion on Congressional districts many and in France. > w That's Hush Puppies-and the place is

Fuel to maintain his fires; makes a valid point, but only by stretchingthe Mitchem is the son o fMr. and TW 6-4441 t MILLERS, The Family Shoe Stoie.! Hush 1

As Old Time makes these Constitution and accepting somewhat Mrs. Curtis Mitchem of Route DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Puppies-for men women, boys girls, little
decay. One, DeFuniak Springs. H4 boys and little girls-pi ices: start at $7.1)5.)
This
extraneous theories. tendency perhapsmore ,
'
So his flames must waste away. "**"";!-n

But a smooth and steadfast mind, than the decisions themselves, is what I With four federal inspectors nnd one ....,
medical doctor on duty in the plant at all ...
disturbs a good people about the con- "
Gentle: thoughts and calm desires many *,
'
times, you can rest assured' that anything -: .r'j;
Hearts with equal love combined temporary court. We Would Like bearing the Ilenko label must be good ,::1.+"

Kindle never-dying fires-: The valid point here is the undisputed one: MONTHLYPEST To Be Your grade A processed chicken and fresh grade t f. ,;
hat's "Henko" from HENRY KOER- '&, <
in number of states Congressional districts
Where these are not, I despise a CONTROL INSURANCEAGENT BElt INC.. in business in DeFuniak Springs 'T, '0.{"
cheeks are unequal in terms of population. Thus the A
Lovely or lips or eyes.Thomas for over 30 years.
Carew Representative from the Fifth District of SERVICE i I"w
,
Georgia has to represent from two to three There's no mistake about it. You can tell
oOo the
by the
way men and boys
times people as do Congressmen ants rots Here are our qualifications tit s#' the boats are admiring
We Need Those Numbers as many salu veriisteaf Experience Since 1935 and motors 'down atwFISHEK

It has been pointed out to us, and we from some other Georgia districts. roaches HARDWARE find those COMPANY. At I"ISHEU'\S+\

agree with the proposition that a badly- ,That situation, multiplied around the Orki Dependable? We're available t a ;ate" you Motors, Carter Boats famous and Johnson E-Z Trailers.Outboard Don't

needed project i is one to have clearly-legible country, is hard to defend on grounds of on a 24 hour basis 7 put it off any longer-you can't beat the

house numbers installed all over town. common sense or equity; among other thingsit for 4M aafc of yaw IMMH| days a week. ioo$.. combination of Johnson Carter and E.Z, all

marked but can mean a relatively underpopulated rural Prompt Claim Service Our at FISIIER'S.l1a .
Most of the streets
are now ,
specialty since the flay our you ever kiuiiteu: the Chevrolet lamiJ -
there are still many residence with no area carries more weight than a populous agency opened its doors for >' ot lute cars luau now tney umu>s seem

number at all, a number that is hard to urban area. Moreover it seems to go business. IU have Just turn a wax or poiisn out .Act-
uauy, au it takes is air occasional: wash
find number that against the general Constitutional intent First National Reasonable Rates We've jou
particularly at night, or a wuii cnevroiets "matsicwirrowi .. ,
seems to follow no particular sequence. that, while all states regardless of size and searched the country for : tutish.'i'he linisn is lively, h.suu tct'yuc,..;:;

This could be a worth-while project by population have equal representation in the Insurance Agency most companies for offering the aim lastuig trite the inevroiei: Litevcte,

one of the" civic organizations that would Senate, the composition of the House should your money. Corvair: Cnevy: 11 ana Corvette-soiu att1 .
We would like to be your VAIW tatEVltOLrr'1':! COMPANY. '3 ..:$t
result in making houses a lot easier to find more nearly conform to the population. FOR
Agent! You: never catch them napping at l'JUT
for those who are not familiar with where Population, however, was not the only NAllOJNAL. UAINlv. The :: ,
> constantly: improve
everybody lives. House criterion, nor should it be today. Other BONDS a AUTOMOBILE* FIRE Harris Insurance lacihties to service: you and 1 better

-oOo-- practical questions have to be considered, and continually add services: as banking
MARINE A CASUALTY AgencyTW ,, needs increase. '!'heir departments mciuue
How About Our GulfA such as what constitutes a geographically FI' commercial, business, turin and personal

group of, scientists, we are informedby realistic district or what should be the relationship INSURANCE 6-2451 ; loans, trust department checking: and sav-

a news letter from the Institute of Marine of districts and counties. rugs, safety deposit boxes, night depository..
First National Bank DeFuniak Springs, Fla. plus many, manyservices lor
Science of the University of Miami are to More important, the philosophy of "one banking convenience. jour

make a special study of what is described as man, one vote" hardly seems to be as firmly Planning a party for your youngster?

--- .J.Ife'! --.wj". region' .of the ocean"-the entrenched in the Constitution's origins as lGA Then lJJSlOUl'I'your: first stop'lJOULIN should It be CA 1.I'8:'

Gulf of Guinea, tiri the west coast of Africa. Mr. Justice Black, speaking for the majority, r- will find everything you need in where the >yuu vuy' XI' ,'

The three-week expedition Involves scientists appears to believe. Various restrictions on of reshireshments. In their complete UUKC ;;J

from six different instututions and they unlimited democracy were thought wise; for departmment cookies and cakes, or il r'1

will study the chemistry of the water itself one, the Senate as originally elected not by prefer to bake, name-brand your own. Soft cake drinks and ,cookie fruit juices...."Iw. < t

and, its biological content. the people directly but chosen by the state and punch, ool-aid and toys tool! CAblSY '
We're all for it and would like very muchto legislatures. In the world today, anyone can H A-open seven days-7:00: a.m. until (;:30: )

know more about the Gulf of Guinea, /see that the hopes of some of the new nations p.m.

nea, but we would aiso like to more more of achieving unimited democracy have It's so nice when you can't get out deli -

about our Gulf of Mexico and one the one led to anarchy or despotism.In livery service from SERVIf" 1'rPG? COMPANY :
that is. When tit.: .iori'. sickness -
occasion we wrote this same Institute of any case it is not clear that "one man, strikes, the weather t." .. .. JU d rather

Marine Science with a couple of questions one vote" is relevant to the question of dis not dress or round up the .1. .n, simply
about the phone TW 4-5991 or TW ((5-31: our drug
Gulf they didn't give us too much tricting. As Mr. Justice Harlan suggests in
prescription other needs f,
For that or .1 SERVICEi1RUG
information.Our .
his strong dissent, the people who complainof t. COMPANY will be c" ': v ted to you
own Gulf Coast, for the past four being under-represented may well be un- promptly.

years, has been plagued by an invasion of der-represented, but they are not being denied Girlin Sometimes it's the small investments ia u.e

slimy algae "June mbss" it used to be the privilege of voting. For the Court Special that make living so much easier, like having

called-but now it comes In April and stays majority to they are seems to bear an extra set of house keys. automobile .
argue keys
with us until cold weather. We wrote the the issue nor Your Life or office keys. If a small investme.it; I
neither squarely on practical make
--- your life easier then see Howard Grif- T :
Marine Institute and asked them for a lit- the words of he Constitution.Not fith at WESTERN' AUTO ASSOCIATE

tle information about the algae that is to STORE. At WESTERN AUTO, keys are
blame and also asked if it could be possible only docs the Constitution say nothing A wide variety of the latest styles in engagement and made while you watch--at such a low price,
alsc too! ,
about "one man, one vote"; it -
that the temperature of the Gulf might be wedding rings. See our selection before you buy.
decisionsto
would to leave districting
increasing slightly, wondering if this could appear Carnations, glads! mums, roses-just to
the states and to Congress itself which name a few-are '
have something to do with the problem. RHODES JEWELERS9th supply at McLEAN FLORIST. and in good
has supervisory powers. In Mr. Har1an'sview So when the
They wrote us right back that they didn't the Supreme Court now undertakes to II occasion Calls for V flowers, I recommand Mc-
know what algae might be involved and St. DeFuniak Springs, Fla. LEAN'S. I kno I can depend on Elizabeth
exercise power reserved to Congress and and Ruth Raha dt's many years of experience -
they had information whether
no
on or
at the same time to overrule the judgmentof and ready supplf flower stock to

not this part of the Gulf is getting any Congress. On the basis-of the Court decision completely It with flowers""fill the. bill' when I need to "say
warmer.
; he reckons that the seats of almostall
We wish the Institute would carry out an If the mild weather or little sprigs of
of the present Houses are in jeopardy.It .
investigation or waters closer to home. green grass .haventJ convinced you that
is clear enough, we think that the dis- spring is juststripes the corner then one ,
--oOo-- TAX ASSESSOR'SNOTICE ;
tricting in many places leaves much to be visit to CARP'S will. Dresses, suits hats and
Being n Voter sportswear are this
desired. It is also plain that if the states this simply out of worldd
Being lvoter is like standing on the se aeon. Bright shades, plaids and bold

brink, beady to plunge, and not quite cer- and Congress have been too dilatory in shop CARPS are the mode And I sugt est you v. .
corrections then they for that Easter
making appropriate outfit.
tain whether to be in agony or in ecstasyover aU day on ,Thursday's Open
such intrusions. In the A
judicial
invite just
the prospective candidate. It is like

climbing mountain, and looking up to see same way the High Court undertook last The law requires that you make a Installs When a WEST heating FLORIDA and GAS COMPANY
the of apportion cooling system or
that the peak is on ahead. It is like seeinga year to interpret question full return of all property owned by appliance. yoU know why their slolgan is
states legislaures. .We
thousand things that need changing, and ment of the own Specialize In Service". They have the.5roduct8
of 1
as January 1963 to the
you Tax quality
the
But the intrusions are no less disquietingfor > correct tools and sup-
not being sure that the man you vote for plies .
Assessor at full cash value and experienced personnel to do the
all that. Increasingly the Court has attempted any
is man enough to stand up and be counted. job correct, fast and efficient. And they
It is like training night and day to play to provide judicial remedies where other exemptions you may be en- l g adhere to all state regulations on installations

football with no assurance that the best man others are available and to employ reason- titled to.Make. for your safety-and comfort.

that is less Constitutional than sociological I There ws a time when I
is going to be in the starting lineup. ing about was In doubt-
returns from !
emotional. The risks in this trend your January using recapped tires on my automo-
All over these United States the voters or bile. But I have discovered .
will be going to the polls to cast their vote are well stated by Mr. Harlan: 1,1964, through March 31, 1964. I capped at WHEAT TIRE SERVICE that tires out-re- <

for the men and women who will operateour "The Constitution does not confer on the The law requires that for home- I TIRE last the SERVICE treads on new they tires.have And at 11lll.AT "

kind of government for us for the next Court blanket authority to step into every stead exemption deed modern equipment-famous all new and
your or con- Dual Hadlus
.
four years. <* t situation where the political branch may be molds-and only use premium rubber in the .
tract for title must be on record at I process. AU ;
Now is the time to be studying the can- thought to have fallen short. The stability start work is guaranteed anti prices .
the time of at only $7.95
claiming exemptions. plus tax.it .
didates who are offering us their services. of this instution ultimately depends not on- ;

Remember, the politician is a man or woman ly upon its being alert to keep the other Thinking_ of air conditioning this spring

who is looking after his or her own branches of the Government within Consti- HUBERT ADKINSON or sumer7 AheiVby all means see the quality

Interest; a statesman is a man or woman tutional bounds but equally upon recogni- Tax Assessor I, RAINUOW window units J by carrier on displayyy at

i who will look after the interest of nil the tion of the limimtations of the Court's own Walton County, Florida 1 handle central ELECTRONICS 1 air conditioning, INC.units They also and

people. function in the Constitutional sysem." I Sn'raI1.n! atlnK and air conditioning units.

It behooves us all to vote for Ute man Wall Street Journal. .... ? comfort at such a reasonable price.,
Convenient terms! can be arranged.
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SPRINGS GARDEN CLUB CLASS II SECTION- "PUERTA A .DEL"BIENVENIDA", SOL" SQUARE- WELCOME OF THE SUN Specimen SECTION II: ROSES 7. Coral Vine

Madrid became the capitol of Spain in the year of grace 1561 because habit of bloom according to nature al 1 8. Cydonia (flowering quince)
a cluster
Felipe II willed it. The or singl]e 9. Daturan
PRESENTS so nerve center of Madrid where th e< bloom. Climbers
will
country's most important events have taken place is called Pue lateral be Bloorta : 10. English Dogwood

Spring Flower Show del Sol. It is the starting oint of all the roads radiating hence <) inches, branch i.e. Paul not to Scarlet exceed 3,0 11. Flowering Cherry
the border of Spain.A Blaze an A< 12. Flowering Crabapple

dynamic design in the modern manner. Ramblers and some climb- 13. Gardenia (cope Jasmine)
ing floribunda
_. April 23, 1961 Eligible for the Award of Distinction. roses are cluster. Sing),e 14. Hibiscusa '
are Dainty Bess, or Flori.- ( ) Single-red, yellow pink
CLASS III "DON QUIXOTE" bunda, Grandi flora must not bi B: white, any color

g4$1/! cn 1" Miguel Cervantes, a soldier turned poet and novelist created one disbudded. Classes will be divideclC'cording 1 (b) Double-red, yellow, pink

41 of the immortal figures of all fiction "The Knight of the Sad to name of variety. while, any colors

Countenance". Don Quixote and his faithful tubby companion San- Large flowered Climbers will b 15. Jasminium< (jasmine)

TIME 3:0: PMTIL 8:00: P.M. cho Panza. the tall thin knight, defender of high deals, impractical one spray lateral. All Teas, Hy IB. Oleanders

.. Silver Offering First Methodist Church but loyal to the last, and the short portly Sancho Panza, his must brid Teas bush and i 17. Shrimp Plant

shrewd, down-to-earth companion, ride through the rolling landscape be disbudded. 18. Any meritorious named specimens !
DeFuniak Springs Florida FellowshIP Hall of Spain, through adventures both comic and tragic. Classes will be divided accord not mentioned. I

A two level design of all fresh plant material. Ing to name of variety. (Red SCALE OF POINTS

Eligible for Tri-color. Radiance, Mirandy and etc.) Dinstlniction ns expressed in
FLOWER SHOW COMMITTEES\ \ CLASS IV "EL AQUA" WATER Judges will go by rule", of the kinds and varieties shown 30

President DeFuniak Springs Garden Club Mrs. K. W. Grad It is only in the far north and northwest In the regions bordering Rose society on page 175. Cultural perfection 30

Flower Show Chairman Mrs. M. O. Warren the Atlantic Ocean that ater from the sky from springs, and from Scale of Points: Color 25.: Form Rarity 10

Schedule Chairman MrT R. C. Biue small streams is available all year. Elsewhere water is a precious Substance 25. Stem and foliage 20. Size 10, Condition 20

Staging Chairman Mrs K. W. Grad resource, truy the base of life and very scarce over large areas of 1 20. Naming 10
Properties Chairman the Spanish countryside. specimen according to natural
Mrs J. E. McCask.111 habit
Entries Chairman Mrs. Nelson Burton A design featuring water rocks and dried or treated material. of bloom, a spray a single 100
bloom
Ct4siflcation Design Division Mrs. Joe Long Any combination or any one of these. Limited fresh material Class or spray lateral. SECTION X: FLOWERING POT

Classiti{ ation Horticulture Division Mrs. H. L. Prescott may be used. 1. Climber POT PLANTS
Class
Potted Plants Mrs. W. D. Cawthon Eligible for Award of Distinction. 2. Climbing Floribunda CLASS
Class
Judges Chairman MIss Hazel Campbell Scale of Points for Section A, Class II, Class III, Class IV Class 3. Climbing Hybrid Tea 1. Azalea
4. Floribunda and 2. Begonia
Clerks Chairman Hybrid
Mrs. Nell Myers
Design 25 Polyantha
Hospitality Chairman Originality 25 (a) Whito
Awards Chairman Mrs. Howard Cawthon Interpretation 25 Distinction 25: Class 5. Graniflora (b) Pinkc
Mrs. Ray Hansen
Class 6. Hybrid Tea ( ) Red
Dismantling Chairman Mrs. C. H. Morris SECTION B "BELLO" BEAUTIFUL Class
7. Large flowering 3. Geranium size
average )
Publicity Chairman climber
. Mrs. R. M. Sawyer
' Walton Teen Gardeners Exhibit CLASS V. "LA BELLEZA LA TRANQUILDAD"-DEAUTY AND Class 8. Rambler (a) Redb
Mrs. R. C. Blue
Class 9.
TRANQUILITY Polyantha ( ) Pinkc

GENERAL RULES Despite the difference in climate and traditions the Spanish Class 10. Tea ( ) Any color

people admire the beauty and transquility of thei'r native land. Class 11. Hybrid Perpetual 4. Impatiens Sultana
1. Classes are open to all amateur gardeners and Class
arrangers. 12. Hybrid 5. Orchid
A design interpreting the romantic life of the Spanish Chlncnsis min-
2. An exhibitor may make any one entry in a class. accessories ima. 6. Any meritorious named speci-
people predominate. Artiflcal
,
3. Entries will be received between the hours of 8:00: A. M. and mitted. grapes are per- Class 13. Collection moot not mentioned.

10:30: A. M. April 23. 1964. Entries received after 10:30: A. M. will Eligible for Award of Distinction. SECTION III: BULB. TUERS SCALE OF POINTS
not for
compete awards.
CLASS XI "PLAZA DE TOROS" BULL RINGUIn CORMNS AND RHIZOMES Cultural perfection 35
Pot Plants will be received April 22, 1964 from 9:00: A.M. 'til No additional Size of plant (accordingto
green allowed
Seville, Spain Carmen's tobacco factory is, of all things, a one
10:00 A. M.
: and 3:00: P. M. until 4:00: P. M. stalk. variety)
20
university today but still standing is the bull
ring and its
entrance -
4. No conservation material is to be used in any exhibit except CLASS Florif erousncss! 15
exactly as depicted on the operatic .
stage.A
for educational purposes, and these must be on their own roots. 1. Amaryllis Rarity 10
design of fresh plant material showing the excitementand
5. Judging will be done by accredited and student 'judges; their of the bull fight. (a) Solid colorb Color 10
courage ;
decision will be final. Eligible for Tri-color. ( ) Variegatedc Foliage 1 10(

6. No persons other than the judges, clerks, chairman; of judges, Scale of Points for Section B.. Class V. Class VI ( ) Whited
chairman of the show and classification chairman will be allowedon ( ) Seedling 100

the floor during the judging hours. Interpretation 30 Color 10 2. Calla Lilya SECTION VI SINGLE CROWN

o Judging hours will be between 12.30 P. M and 2:30: P. M: Design 25 Condition 10 ( ) Whiteb ______ ____ NAMED ____ ______
7. Awards will be ribbons. Distinction 25 ( ) Yellow CLASS

Blue First: Red Second; Yellow Third; and White 3. Anemonea 1. African Violets
Honorable Mention. SECTION C "MANANA" TOMORROW ) Singleb African Violets Single crown

8. One trl-Color award may be given to a blue ribbon winner CLASS VII SPANISH FAIR "BIEN VENIDAS, AM1GOS, A LA ( ) Double plants. All entries places in their
with a total point score of 95 or over from a selected group 'of FERIA ESPANOLA" 4. Canna color division. Each variety shall:
Artistic Division classes in which fresh cut material 5. constitute where
plant is domin Welcome, friends to the Spanish Fair. Daffodil n class three or
ant. (Classes 2, 3-6-9)) 6. Easter Lily more are entered. A single entry
A design of fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, and foliage, any
9. One award of Distinction may be given to a blue ribbon winner combination of any one of these. 7. Gladiolusa may receive a ribbon if the Judges

with a total point score of 95 or over from a selected group of Eligible for Tri-color ( ) Whiteb consider It worthy. Scale of points.
Artistic Division classes in which elements other than fresh cut ( ) Yellowc of the African Violet Society in

plant materials arc dominant. CLASS VIII "EL RETIRO" THE HIDEOUTThe ( ) Lavenderd the handbook

(Classes 2-4-5)) gardens of El Retire were planned especially for Felipe II ) Mixed Class!! 1. Named Varieties

11. A sweepstakes award may be given to the exhibitor having and his Queen, the English Mary Tudor. In 1869 El Retiro was (f) Any color not mentioned Class 2. Seedlings

the most blue ribbons in the Design Division and In the Horticulture turned into the public park of Madrid. The interesting thing 8. Hcmerocalli.t, 1 scape severed (a) Pink

Divison. about this part is the beautiful forest and the profusion of at the base. All entries placed in (b) niuoc

10 An Award of Merit may be given In the Horticulture Divisionto birds, which are scarce in the rest of Spain.A their color division. Each variety ( ) Purpled

the exhibit judged as the finest, provided the score is 95 or design with accessories permitted.For shall constitute a class where ) Whitee

above. novices only three or more are entered. A ( ) Lavenderf

11. A sweepstakes award may be given to the exhibitor having Scale of points Class VII Class VIII Single entry may receive a ribbon ( ) Doubles

the most blue ribbons in the Design Division and In the Horticul- & combination if the judges consider it (R) Seedling
ture Division. Design 30.Suitability worthy. Scale of points of the SECTION VII DECORATIVEPOT
20 material 20
12. The DeFuniak Springs Garden Club assumes no responsibility Color Hcmcrocnlls Society. PLANTS

for damage or loss of property, although every precaution will be 1 Condition 10 Distinction 20 Class 1. Named Varieties CLASS

taken for protection. CLASS ix 'HOLY WEEK' ; v-.4 of 4 Class 2. Seedlings. 1. Aspidistra
9. Iris Dutcha (a) Greenb

DESIGN RULES Seville's Holy Week Pageants 'are a non-stop procession of ) Wedgewood ( ) Striped .
floats, hooded figures with candles on tableaux. It runs from (b) White 2. Cactus '' :f."f! ', t
1. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and should be
3. Caladlum
and is the city's biggest reli-
Palm Sunday until Good Friday (c) Yellowd
fresh condition for the duration of the show.
in
kept gious event of the year. The people like to don festive garb ( ) Any other 4. Coleus
2. Plant material used in the Design Division need not be '
grown 5. Croton
and parade on foot or on horse back in the streets.A 10. Boarded Iris
by the exhibitor. design of fresh plant material suitable for use in a 11. Ranunculus 6. Dleffenbachla
3. There are no restrictions on cutting or tearing materials. 7. Draeena
church. -a (a) Semidoubleb
4. Bases, as an integral part of the design are permitted in aU Eligible for Tri-color award. ( ) Double 8. Ferna

classs. Scale of Points Class IX 12. Any flower from ( ) Baby's Breathb
5. Where plant material is called for, both flowers and foliage tuber and rhlozme bulb, corm, ( ) Maiden Hair
: other than
may be used. Design 30 Distinction 20 listed. (c) Sword

6. No artificial materials may be used other than grapes, no Color 30 Suitability of material 20 SCALE OF 9. Ivy

painted or dried material except where designated in schedule. POINTS 10. Nephtytls
7. Identification should be placed on the bottom of containersand SECTION D "BUENAS NOCHES" GOODNIGHT 1057 Judging points according to 11. Philodendron
SPAIN National Council Handbook
accessories. CLASS X LADY OF 12. Rhneo Discolor Moses in the
in the days of her World Empire is for Iris, Gladiolus and Amaryllispage (
Spain's
in triptychs measur- The glory that was
8. Entries in Class 2, 3 and 6 will be staged Bullrushcs)
ing. 24 Inches wide, 20 inches deep and 36 inches high. All other past but it lives on In the charm and old fashioned courtesy 159 and 167. 13. Succlent
All back- of her romantic yet dignified citizens.A Judging points for all others
entries will be staged with 24 inch disks for background. in this section (a) Aloeb
:
for evening wear.
grounds will be light green. corsage Quality & condtlon ( ) Bromeliad
For High School Gardeners Only. 23
(c) Crassulad
HORTICULTURE RULES Scale of Points Class X Substance & texture 25 ) Euphorbiae
Size according to variety 10
1. All horticulture specimens must be grown by the exhibitor fromseeds IS Suitability of combination of Clearness of color 15 ( ) Gasteria
14. Knnseverla
seedling, cuttings, bulbs or small plants. Technique Number open according
2. Uniform containers will be provided forthe cut specimens., Design 25 material 15 10 to variety 10 15. Any meritorious named specimen -

3'Plants that are grown with foliage stem, such as roses Color 15 Condition not mentioned.

shall be Judged with foliage. Plants that do not grow with foliage Distinction 20 SECTION IV: FLOWERING SCALE OF POINTS

on the stem, such as gerbera daisy, will not be judged with .foil- TREES, SHRUBS AND VINES Cultural perfection 35
DIVISION II HORTICULTURELA CLASS Size of plant (accordingto

*ge'Three or more entries of a varieties constitute a class where 1. Allamanda variety) 20

less than three of a variety appear each will be judged a TERRA DE LAS FLORES BELLAS 2. Bottle Bush Distinction IS

perfection and ribbons awarded of where- merited according to the THE LAND OF THE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS 4.3. Bridal Bougainvillea Rarity Form (according to 15
have the privilege Wreath
Judges any color
type and variety.i SECTION I (d) French, double B. Buddleia (butterfly bush) variety) IS

5. All potted plants must have been In possession I and care of exhibitor One stem of one color 22. Nasturtium 6. Clematis lUU

for at least two months.DIVISION CLASS 23. Pansy CONSERVATION LIST

I --- ARTISTIC DESIGN 1. Ageratum .' 24. Petunia (2) Cornus-Florida (L) Cornus Alterni folia (L.) Dogwood;

CASTLE I IN SPAIN 2. Alyssum (a) Single Cords Canadensis (L.) Red-bud or Judas tree;
3. Bachelor Button (b) Double Kalmia latifolla (L.) Mountain-laurel;

There are no less than seven royal palaces In the country of Spain 4. Bells of Ireland (c) Single ruffled Eplgaea rcpcns. Trailing arbutus; f

aU intact and livable. In case you dreamt you dwelt in marble 5. Calendula (d) Double ruffled Ilex Cassine (L.), Dahoon Holly;

what it would be Uke. 6. Candytuft 25. Phlox Ilex Myrtifolia Walt:
balls, you canAsflTnLdEouot/ BY INVITATION Ilex *
CLASS I YOUR CHOICE 7. Calliosis 26. Pinks Vomitorla Ait. Yaupon;
8. Carnation 27. Poppy Torreya Taxifolia Ann);

A THE ROYAL PALACE the most magnificent .1aU 9. Celosia-plumed (a) California Taxus Floridana; f

Built inWit d"id' it Is probably make Versailles look like 10. Celosia-crested: (b) Shirley single Ilex Opaca Ait., American folly; j
it would
2,800 rooms to figure up the cost of ltt art 11. Cornflower (c) Shirley doublea Uoystonea regia IIH.B.K.) C. F. Cook, Royal Palm;

the servants' quarters. Trying metals would give the big board ) Pink 28. Queen Anne's Laceb Gclsomlum Sempcrvlrens (L.) Ait. F., Yellow Jessamine;

objects, Jewels and precious breakdown. We can vision the huge ( ) Blue 29. Salvia Mognlola Virglnlana (M. glauca). Sweet bay;

at Hialeah a nervous 'vast tapestries, a (c) Lavender (a) Blue
with Persian carpets and IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF Angus U. Andrews,
rooms bleeding Ta with a spraying fountain of crystalchandelier 12. Daisy (b) Reda WALTON COUNTY. FLOKIUA Campbell. to Andrew.
temle
that is ( ) African 30. Snadragonb IN CHANCERY NO. MJO P. O. Box 328
chapel paved
mother-of-pearl keys, a royal CURTIS E. RAY. Derunlak
/
inlaid Hprlniiii.: Flm.
a piano with by marble columns and four miles ( ) Elder 31. Stockc Plaintiff. 4t.j Mar. 9.13,18.20
with marble and supported ( ) English 32. Stokesiad -va-
castle in Spain
ELM.RAY
Is this your NOTICE
or
tapestries. APPLICATION
of exquisite ) Gerbera 33. Sweet Pease Defendant 'OR TAX DEED
FORTRESS ( ) Marguerite 34. Sweet William NOTICE TO APPEAR. Bee. 1f14.1', P...

'.. B. "ALCAZpR" -THE the Castilian kings lived until leOO, is. (f) Pyrethrum 35. Verbenag NOTICE Sworn complaint TO: Elma having Ray been filed In Robert NOTICE Pentel.IB HEREBY the holder orVEN.of that
where the fol
Segovia, of Spain. Here stands one of the moat ( ) Shasta (a) Pink thin canoe' of action entitling the plan- lowing certificates has filed said certi
the museum J town tiff to this notice you are hereby noti ficates for a tax deed to be tseued
ieval castles ((1) Single (b) White
bre ebleeoutcroppkig lied that ault haa been filed against thereon. The crrtflcate numbers
and and
typical) Commanding and ((2)) Double (c) Lavendar :b.yo: the above named Court by the years of issuance, the description of
aU good castles f on a 'a1 are decorated with Arabesqueof 13. Delphinium 36. Violet named plaintiff' the nature of the property, and the namea in which
its stone which la an action for divorce and It was assessed. are as follows:
rock thick Isabella was proclaimed 14. Dianthus Violaa you are hereby notified
was here 37. and required Certificate No. 78; Year of Issuance)
arches and Co7umfus!: h d Ferdinand witness his will. Could ( ) Single 38. Zinnia to serve upon the attorney of record 1098: : Description of Property Lots 14 *
a for the plaintiff' Angus U. Andrew. 15 Block H Pitts
Bay
and Shore
8-D of
Queen ((2)) Double 39. Any meritorious named speci- Campbell Ac And'rews. P. O. Box .334. EH of 8W'4. Section 3. Township a
this castle be? 15. Feverfew men not mentioned. Uevunlak springs. Florida a copy of South. Range 19 West Name in which
your answer or written defenses. If assessed Luther Brown. Jr.
CASTLE; 18. Forget-Me-Not SCALE OF POINTS any. to the complaint In said causeand AU of said
ESCORIAL is robably property being In the
Escorial
C. a dead Segonla, 17. Gaillardia Cultural Perfection ((60) file In the original of such an.- County of Walton State of Florida.
Located betweencastle ff The building planned by Felipe wer or written with the Clerlll. Unlesa such certificate or certificates
Spain
18. Hollyhock form color substance
of
the Circuit Court of Walton County shall be redeemed
it according to law
appearsII
the best not used as such, is M huge Florida at DePunlak Brings. Florida the
on
t 19. Larksur abundance of bloom 20a property described In such certi
M a EncTllEe enlargement slapped onto the or before the 3rd day of April. 10 4. ficate or certificates will be sold to
a line village and of oak and ( ) Single variety 20 This notice shall be published once the highest bidder at the court house
from amid houses groves (b) Double foliage and stem 20 each week for four consecutive weeks. door on the first Monday. In Month
landscape is 400 year old this year. Felipe was Distinction of In The DeFuniak Herald. m weekly of April 196-1. which la the 41th day
Escortsu 20. Lupine species or ,
The newspaper published In Walton County. Of
.
trees. premises but all ot April. 1004 at 1:30: P M.
olive the
king ever to ocCUpy pawbe 21. Marigold variety 20a Florida. Dated this :and day of March. 10A4.
i the only of her noblM are buried there ( ) African pale yellow Condition. 20 Witness my hand and official seal LEO ANDREWS
1:9':
monarchs and many this :38th day of February. 1564. Br L. Renfroe. T .O.
castle resting place (b) African gold -. E. LEO ANDREWS Clerk of Circuit Court ofI
your (c) Trench single _, t 100 (Seal) Walton Clerk of County Circuit Florida Court ttKarL12.UH WalCOQ County. Florida








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_____THE. DeFUNIAK ItfittALD-BREEZE: _____________ VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY 'THURSDAY' -- -THURSDAY-. .- MARCH 5!,_1954..,. :; VOLUME\ PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ._.THE-DeFUNIAK !HERALD-BREEZE! __ .._ THURSDAY. MARCH 5 5.. 1964
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vision like new, swivel 21", floor
Mr..John II. Hart,age 69, passed; model $$75.00. also used Bendix
away unexpectedly (Friday< afternoon automatic washer $$33.00. J.. G.
NEXT ISSUETelephone at his residence/ on \West Hill TW 4.2813) MarSpd\.
o r:;) Baldwin Ave. Mr. Hart. was nI ______ .
iP'B I. native of Ponce de Loon( and had '
7 been('' a life long resident of the -
I Ifor 1 ; Pence de Leon, and DeFuniak
Dill"ectcry" -'l-/. 0Lj.AASHI Springs Survivors area..include his widow

Mrs.\ (Idell Hart of DeFuniak'
. .
Springs; four daughters.' ?Mrs\ e!% *
GOING TO PRESS MARCH 19TH La.Clemmie., Mrs.Kelly Queva of Hanson Lake Charles of San,
Diego, Calif., Mrs. Ella Vee Bar.
New\ Listings and Changes may be arranged Icy of Windmere, Fla., and Mrs.,
Wanda Gilmore of Panama City;
inclusion in the new\ issue, before this date. three sons., W. H. Hart,.and HilUy: M.\ O. "Baddy"' .. Warren
ton Hart both of Ft. Walton
Beach, and Randall Hart of Gret- Unlike sugar ''n' spice and
I S l N ARMOUR STAR na.. La.; one brother, Plez Hart everything?' nice some of the
1 II medicines 'in use today aren't'
of Graceville; two sisters Mrs.
., PLEASE CALL OR VISIT OUR BUSINESS .- Lee Mrs.Davis Annie of Turner Ponce de of Leon Bonifay and the tions.most However pleasant, there tasting was cre-o

OFFICE IF WE CAN ASSIST YOU. I-* : ; j HEY JUNGLE'S' Young 1 other and 11 relatives granchlldrcn survive, and Mr. many Hart..; when time in the the prevailing 18th Century dictum,

T'' KIDDIES{ ! JITNEY 5 I Funeral services were conducted was& tasted that the the worse better its a medicine curative -
Tender
oee a e Sunday afternoon at 2:00: from .
the Otter Creek Methodist church power. It was believed

p SOUTHEASTERN TELEPHONE CO., F FREECOTTON E E fi 1 V P" Otter Funeral officiating Turner.with the Creek Home Burial.Rev..assisted was Floyd Cemetery followed by In M.Rev.charge'. Garrett.in G.Clary the M.of I many some body loper that by disease to as repugnant a be Itself medicine driven was. As substances an as from a loathe-result inter-the,


DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Dial TW' 4-5231 "arrangements.______________________________ were them dried brought horse's into hooves use among and
CANDY ( I wood lice, two of the, less&
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.L For Every One During .02. .ts asa* ap Modern medicine however
: i [ J has progressed from the wildand

BIG MCKESSON VlTA-PSIH1 OR MARCH Our Fashioned Celebration Of Old ________________ : .: : ) ness.weird to The'unparalleled nostrums latest in of cffectiv-modern yesteryear -

Days. _______________ i7P'TERM ITES medicine goes into all pres-
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ALSO $$212 lA *%-m
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..rR . . Mr. -I Walton Menus Regular. Communication
Haynes Huggins spent the JUNIOR CARDERS
weekend In New Orleans on busi DeFuniak Lodge 170
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES ; The Gardeners held their February March 9-13 Regular Communication
ness.Miss the MondaySpaghetti with meat Funiak Lodge No. 170 F
Friday
Linda Dorsey of Ch'pola' meeting on
.0\\Junior College, spent the week- seventh. The meeting was calledto sauce hamburgers, lettuce and Thursday evening, March
end here with her order. The secretary read the sliced tomatoes, peaches, chocolate 7:30: p.m. Visiting brethren!!
Mr. and Mrs. C. L: Neel Celebrated parents, 'Mr.
,and Mrs. John Dorsey. minutes. The Treasurer gave her cookies, rolls, milk. nally invited.
Their Golden Wedding AnniversaryMr reports. Mr. Wooten talked to us Tuesday-Macaroni and cheese Folmar B.
Miss Gail Hinote of Atlanta, '
ham slices bologna
about our May flower-Show ar- with glazed J. T.
spent the wekkend here with her
and apple
sandwiches carrot
and Mrs. C. L. Neel celebrated | fruit punch, encircled with yellow rAngements. He told us when to ,
parents!! Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jim.
salad, spinach, coconut cake, rolls, Mrs. H. McDaniel
them.
their golden wedding ann mums and fern. plant them and when to cut
:
niversary on February 23 at an Cake, salted nuts, mints and ote.Mrs.. Glenn Chesser and son and He planted some seeds in the milk children of Chipley, spent :
chickenall
Informal reception In their home punch were!! served by Mrs. Bu- Mrs. Cecil Chesser spent Thurs- room. We talked about putting Wednesday Fried In town'visiting Mr. :
given by their children. Childrenand ford \Neel end Mrs. Cecil Tn day in Dothan. plants around the fifth grade ( ), Rice and gravy, green beans, Walter Tappan. '
rolls milk.ThursdaySubmarine.
their families sharing in this Neel. Mr. Randal Cawthon spent sev- building. The meeting was adjourned fruited Jello. , cheese- FOR SALE: NEW :
occasion were Mr and Mrs. Bu- The rooms were decorated with eral days last week in Pensacola to meet Friday, March and assume
.. salad, English equity,
burger, potato peas
lord Neel and daughter Nell of arrangements of gold and yellow attending the Board of Directors the sixth, 1964. & whole onions, apple cobbler move in. Englebrecht
Panama City, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil flowers. Meeting of the Baptist Hospital. Linda Prescott, News 'Reporter milk. collect: McCowen Const.
D. Neel and children Sandra and The couple received many Arnold Caylor, Winston Wllker- Shrimp salad on let- 2-2950 or MU 2-4390 at
Friday-
Van, of Shalimar, and Misses Sy- lovely gifts which were opened son and M. O. Warren attendedthe MVs. 1[. A. Tongue was calledto hot dogs, vegetable soup, view, Fla.
Ue;; and Wynell Neel of DcFuniak and displayed. Out of town guests Wblton county-Okaloosa c"'un- Cleveland, Ohio the first of tuce carrot, sticks, banana pudding,
Springs. attending the reception were: Mrs. ty Pharmaceutical Associational last week because of the serious SPECIALS
Miss Wynell Neel greeted the William Watson and children, meeting in Niceville Tuesday illness of her sister. rolls, milk. Cold Waves $5.00

guests at the door and presentedthem Kim, Leslie, Shawn and William, night. Rev, and Mrs. Davis Martin and sponsoring Miss Shampoo & Set 1.50
to the honor couple. Miss of Milton, Mrs. Alice Moulton of The Jaycees are Hair Cuts
Mrs. H. F. Gonzalea was a visitor family of Montgomery, arrived! Sandra Ruryk in the Azalea Queen :
Nell Neel. granddaughter of Mr. Crestview, Mrs. Jim Booth of Fort In Montgomery on Tuesday. short visit with Elizabeth's Beauty
Saturday for a to be held in Palatka on
and Mrs. Neel, kept the anniver Walton Beach, Mr. and Mrs. JohnV. Dr. Curtis Sunmmons of KJ1- Mr. and Mrs. M. Y. Martin and contest of this week. Downtown-5th &
book. Laney and son, Vincent and Thursday Phone TW 6-3141 :
,
sary gore, Texas was a visitor in other relatives. Mrs. Sam Ingle and son, Ellisof
Miss Syble Neel invited the Mrs. Ida Adams of Chipley, Mrs. Mrs. M. O.
Warren Sr.'s home City
Mr.\/ Paul Mills of Panama Montgomery, were weekend FOR RENT: BRICK
to the dining room. The Arnold Daniel and Mrs. Emett
guests Tuesday of last week. here on
was a business visitor visitors with Mrs. Ingles parents to Wise Groc. Store on
table overlaid with a beautiful Daniel of Port St. Joe, Miss Nell Mr. Lee Thomas spent Wed-
linen cloth, held a three Smith, Mrs. W. L. Watford Friday.Mr. Mr. and M3rs. J. Wilson Bowers. Suitable for office,
Mr.
imported ,
nesday in Tallahassee on busi- William A. Robinson -
Mr.
and Mrs. Kennedy and
tiered cake, topped with a goldBO and Mrs. II. G. Dasher and Mrs. arrived Mrs. Milbra restaurant, etc. See or
ness.Mr. from Westmont, 111. Cliff Davis spent Sunday in lak- R. L. Turner, 6 Nelson
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and crystal bowl of golden Robert Staley of Marianna. and Mrs. Sam Fenner of Sunday to spend a few months ;
ely, Ga. 2:27: chg.
Misses Carolyn McCollough and Art Show Scheduled Roanoke, Va., spent last Tuesday with their daughter and her fam- Mrs. Rufus Daughette left Tues-
Shelby Cotton of Ft. Walton At Woman's Club I as guest of Mrs. M. O. Warren, Sr. ily, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mead day for Atlanta where!! she is serving FOR SALE: 20 ACRES <:
Beach were visiting in DeFuniakover and sons. on a planning committee for to U. S. 98 and Blue : .
the weekend Mrs. Phil Harris spent the 'first Miss Mary Ben Ellisor of At- the Southeastern Regional conference Road, asking $350
I AU local artist are invited to of th weeek in Jacksonville. lanta, the weekend with her Public Wel- terms. Adalyn Pomery, :
Mrs S. M Preacher Is in New spent of the American
submit
entries in the
Orleans with her husband who is town's first Mrs. Molly: McGee of Seagrove, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Selman fare Association.Mr. Osceola St. Orlando, Fla.
Art Show to be held at the Wo-
visited friends here
enroute
to
Ellisor. J. Me. 2:27,3:5,12,19chg. '
a patient 'at Oschners Clinic. man's Club March 18 starting at Birmingham and Mrs. Sammy
Miss Maude Saunders spent last 3:30: P.M. and running through Broom and son_Steve:) _of -Atlanta, FOR SALE: SHETLAND (
'week in Biloxi, Miss., visiting Mr March 19. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Illi- Call TW 6-7901 or see
and Mrs Orea Norton and son. The painting doesn't have to be dra McBroom and Mr. and Mrs. Hammond, Rt. 4, Hubbard
Mr. and Mrs. Randal Ray and of the Rembrandt caliber; If you : SPECIALS :Dewey Brown of Portland over city. Feb. 27, March
son of Pensacola, spent'the week- "dabble" you are' good enough. the weekend.
end with Mr and Mrs.'Dan Ray. Mrs. Ann Johnson of Fort Wal- FOR SALE: SMALL :
Miss Carol Jones of FSU spent SHERRY KEMP room house on West 90
ton is chairman of the exhibit
the weekend at 'home. and Mrs. Dawson Copeland is co- I FOR THE KIDS & FAMILIES Sherry Carol Kemp, 9 month limits, nice lot, either I
Mr. end Mrs. Arthur B. Tap- chairman. old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. without furniture. $3,500 I
pan and two daughters of Pensa- I Jimmy Kemp of Laurel Hill, died furniture. Call TW -
Paintings of all media I
(oils Friday 5 P.M. Till 10 P.M. 6 March
of
cola were the weekend guests Tuesday morning at Miscue Me- Hill.
water, etc), ceramics sculpture!!,
A. B. Tappan, Sr. morial Hospital, in Opp, Ala. :
and other work of art sub- ,
any .
Dodie Caswell has been i Funeral services conducted TRY DIADAX (
Mrs. were
TASTEE- BURGERS 12c
mitted will be display and the
on
mely Dex-A-Diet), New I :
appointed Vice President of the at 2:00: P.M. Thursday from
American Cancer Society for public is invited to hear a special the Beech Grove church of God, same formula, only 98c. .
program starting at 3:30: p.m. BAR-B-QUES (small) 12c Drugs. 2:13,20,27: :
Walton county. Wednesday, March 18. The exhibit i with the Rev. Claud Sauls officiat .
will remain open to the public ing. Interment followed in the FOR RENT: NEW .

through March 19. 1 lOc 'Euchee Valley Cemetery, with ROOM living room, .
Funeral Home direct-
The committee in charge is per- FRENCH Comander kitchen, family room, 1 ,
r r r-- PMON At haps not aware!! of talent in some i FRIES 15c j ing.Besides Call collect: McCowen I
parts of the county. If you know her parents, she Is sur- MU 2-2950 or MU :
of who should receive vived by her paternal grandparents Crestview, Fla.
anyone a
notice or further information, call vanilla & choc. 15c Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kemp,
: MATERIALS'w
DRINKS of Paxton,, and her maternal USE EFFICIENT
Mrs. Dawson Copeland, TW 4-
: ; 8c grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leton Shampooer free with
OWNER
J. V. LAWSON. 7791.All entries must be original, Harrison, of the Knox Hill Com Blue Lustre shampoo. .

TIIURS.-FRI. must be signed by artist. All I FREE MUSIC 7 P.M. 8 P.M munity. Hardware Company.
paintings must be framed or
NOW AT POPLAR PRICES mounted, and all entries must be
% registered by committee. TAKE OUT IS OUR SPECIALTY

\ Misses Sue and Jo Ann Hum- I Call TW 6-5861 f

i phries, students at the Universityof I
Southern Miss., are spending I
THE TIRED HOUSEWIFE'SBEST let
several days with their parents, 9. .
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Humphries: I FRIEND; ,_ ,j
1 Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Harrisonof
Florala, was home for 'the <-
1 weekend his parents, Mr. and : Over 30,000 burgers sold since July 63
Mrs. Oscar Harrison.
Miss Jane Hickman is home : C DRIVE IN I

from visiting the her Univ.parents.of Southern Miss., KING I I J and DINERTasteeFreez

Miss Laura Lane of Ft. Walton
A Story of Beach visited Patricia Goff over .

The Christ.. the weekend.Mr. U IIIWAY 90 WES1
Jackie Crawford of Chip-
TW 65861NOTICE
J i iI The Inspiration c cia: College was home for the h

I of HisSpoken weekend L _ .. _ .. liB ___- . .
Words.lSATURDAY A family or recreation room can

number of way Rearranging ;

11:1:: ', home,locating it in the basement :I


110UHLE FEATURE Let us look over your

and cost estimates
I THROUGH SOLID STONE HE Wl

INTO THE 4.MatEt, lON VI ( I '''I I u3rl I (i lL ( ('I I!i '' ,

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All taxes on Real Estate, Personal and Intangible" .. ii iiI I \

Property will be I I 1 1I 1i
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Personal Property will be advertised as required

by I law. i
COLOR Iv DE IUXE _
ROBERT LANSINC'IEE MERNOffR ,
LAMES mm I "
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PLUS The majority of the people have taken advantageof : :

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the discount. However, there are a few that still have \ :;


I II not paid their tax. We hope they will pay not later than

I NO MONEY ...
0 April 1st in order to save the penalty, advertising fee

You have this work
i and any other costs that the law requires to be added._ can
of down payment and

This office will be glad to cooperate in any way for the period up to seven


l 0 =advantage of the- taxpayer: wait. Get started now. .

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a.wnotyali+t -- -April 1st.. is the deadline for making your' Return- discuss details.

on Real Estate and.Personal Property.

HUN.lION.TUES.ADULT TOP QUALITY :

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punllS'miU: : EVERY THURSDAY 1HFUNIAK SPRITfGa FLORIDA ".-. -, 'THURSDAY, MARCH 5., 1964 )
:. .
Point WashingtonAnd Carter of Panama City were-the({last week. versary cake and, coffee was enJoyed Before You Retire.** In tAt. Carey ,

The I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. C. Munn Mrs. Steve by all.MAGNOLIA. pointed out, Social 5!5 Beaches Gene Infinger.Mrs. Barrett, Mrs. Russell Haden and prepared a free booRLrt Jt6";ex- ririmp :
Molly McGee, Mrs. Nonie Mrs. Molly McGee all of Seagrove: GARDEN CLUB lam the details of retirement' and ....- .__ ; k. ;
I Social The of the
Security. name
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray and Beach attended the meeting of MEETS
Haden
and Mrs. Katherine Han- I4E'& COME A
LONC3 14s4Y
booklet is, "If You Work While fROA1
Gilbert of Niceville, visited meeting of ,
son The regular monthly r
nah of Seagrove Beach were the Gulf view Methodist Woman'sof Th r oaEV Pile Ftoaes C rtiLr ..
her parents the W. A. Holleys Garden Club will You Get Social Security 'P y.
shopping In Panama City Thurs- Christian Service in the homeof the Magnolia L/TTLE.PED5Cti'OOL h''ao5.ec..
during the weekend. day. Mrs. Mathews, Monday Febru- be held Thursday night March ments. It tells how Social Security EO//CAmR5 NAVE FoNV 7NATNa'DY
Mr. and Airs: Cecil: Morgan and 24th. 12th, at the home of Miss Luis works why you don't haveto FLoa CLATTER L E 7)) A'4 i ... -'-.
children of Panama City, spent Mr. and Mrs.' M. C. Munn have ary Maxon with Mrs. Albert Butler retire completely to get payments FPat1 m'E EFFEC7YVENE58 OF + 'x+w.
returned to their Mr. and Mrs. Billy Byrd and .4N E WCAT/LWAL g G R444...
Birmingham the earnings limits the
Sunday, February 23rd with his os co-hostess. Mr. Wooten of De- P'.1.P
home after spending the winter daughter are making their home age limits, and other pertinent
parents, the Ike :Morgans. Mrs. Funlak Springs will be guest
here again while he is employedat
months in
Seagrove Beach.
Morgan went home with them They speaker and will tell us all about factors.
will be very much missed especially Fort Walton Beach. The Social Security office at
Mrs. J. J J. C'ox;! of Seagrove Day Lilies.
at the Pt. Washington Mr. and Mrs. Hartford Morgan 1135 Harrison Avenue Panama =r,
Beach enjoyed a sightseeing trip
. through Florida, visiting ith rel. Methodist church where she has were business visitors in Panama Inquire About Social) City, FJa, (telephone 7635331)has ) ACOt/5T/CALLY... PSYCHOICSCAILYCARPET7Nd
atives in Orlando. been the guest teacher of the City Thursday. Before You Retire a supply of these booklets. PROMOTES CARPETED FzoGc:
Adult Bible Class for several Mrs. Katherine Hannah has returned Security I crzgcrNTRA77avClY31UOyES ,, I4'TNht341ELIKECYhTwvA7N6
Mrs. R. O. Saltsman was a busi- FLCaR ATMOSPHERE
months. to her Birmingham home t
ness visitor in Pensacola Friday. Last year more than 1,500 per- io e5 Bf RE 7JVEY r LfPROYES51f2lr47START.
Mrs. C. II. McGee, Jr., of Sea- We wish to welcome Miss Lois after a visit with Mrs. Molly McGee ::- sons made application for retire- Ornamental IronworkShop ., CAc'PErNS AT1AXATA N NELPS45O
at Seagrove Beach. Mrs. McGee RFO/CS 7HE 7t,ACT/VATE
Maxon to She I Stv.'pOECBEs
our community.
Beach, attended the kickoff benefits at the local Social
grove ment 1 .
accompanied her home fora Located At GaskinAll Ct A/R- PARTICIPATION,
moved last week from her Blue
breakfast for the Red Cross Security office, according to JohnV. a tov JOUND9. r r
Drive Thursday morning at the Mountain home to her beautiful"Eden" weeks visit. Carey District Manager of the *
Miss Ellen Pelham of Montgo-
Hut in DeFuniak] Springs. Other home. She has been a Panama City Social Security Of-
workers for this side of Bay are: part of our community for several mery, is the houseguest of Miss fice. "But this doesn't ,mean,' he ,
Mrs. E. E. Comstock for Santa months as she is presidentof Lois Maxon. explained "that all these persons 'Si.. r
Mr. Mike Storrie of FSU Tal-
Rosa Beach and Mrs. Albert But- the Magnolia Garden Club and have stopped working. Many are
ler and Mrs. Roy Burlison for also has been giving the children lahassee, spent a recent Carl weekend StorrIe continuing to work In regular jobs, ;II , is
with his mother Mrs. t
Grayton Beach Pt. Washingtonarea. music lesson for many months. In part-time Jobs, or In new jobs.* tip ,
at Blue Mountain Beach. I
Mrs. Ike Morgan is recuperating "
It's possible, Carey said "to
nicely at her home following sur- and receive Social Security
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rushing of A GOLDEN WEDDING work
gery on her hand in Panama CityNANCY'S benefits at the same time.-it depends -
, Red Bay, and Mr. and Mrs. Tyrus CELEBRATION
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clayton, Sr. on the person's age and
of Birmingham were honored on earnings. SCHOOL CARPETING Of
their 50th wedding anniversary One example of this the manager Work Guaranteed 1 %/-All #$ N/C.Ao'et'a.s;: --11
explained is the worker who AC / /ACRYLIO FiSER OAE1 +
their
while visiting son
they
were '
and family, the J. C. Claytons, Jr. is 72 years old. At this age Social'' Campbell Welding NOr P/RT:.AOSAP9MGYSRlR@O. /rs EASY TO TAKECARD / ,
BEAUTY
SHOPwill Rt. 3, Box DeFuniak
143 SprinG"Florida
of Santa Rosa Beach. Security payments are made regardless Of Art GAVSy OVER i
The employees of the Clayton's of earnings But the Individual Phone Florala 4-6691 \6t7f ,W MAINn"NANC CO57 ,

Restaurant entertained with a must still file an application "WC___ ,
surprise party at the restauranton benefits are not paid
be open on Saturdays beginningFeb. February 21st honoring the automatically.This \

29 8:00: A.M.-l PM. Claytons on their anniversary and Is one of the reasons the
gave them an appropriate gift.The .| Social Security people have been [ !
"- ., beautifully decorated annl-1 romoting the idea of "Inquireffffffffff.
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It's g ord for smooth
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extra-long life. I r".f&//?,

STEP STOOL, *2 4' .
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::f' THE EASTER PARADE I
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The new Cosco step tool
with the smart hourglass de [5WI&'A'W4t{ ) portablecan 11 rCarp's
sign. The swingaway steps r new dress styles are such

are rubber treaded for added opener forward looking fashions. At Easter,
afety. Sturdy chrome
frame. Choice of handsome Crush. 'Ice better S they're up front In the parade . '" f

decorator colors.I _ _ faster easier. Q @ B5!;: \ and then, they stroll right on Into 899 ''

12.93: Choice of fine) or uStainl.ts I summer. So very versatile, wouldn't
lce . world
cours ? Choose from
steel. It's double-geared to v you say yours a

self-f. ding give you easy effortless i1' of fresh new styles In a complete Oth..r Styles...
al a
'f cutting . and a L-'
cutter. size range for every size and fig
from" $795 smooth edge. <19A tk OZ. sues 484l
from *t Urt.EASTER'S.

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COMPLETESRECTION :. [SWI nflWAI GLORIES .

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Buy a Batch-- can Opener"I'd&U.. 2"3 99

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BORG SCALE sr '
Space-Saver Ji i J
Nappy r ew hats that
th. touch
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STANDS S U UP P! off automatically when lid .. cut Perfect to hold modem kitchen aw allure.. that wIN be 1.

out. FuH-stxe electric: '24" appliances. Twla outlet It yours when you wear 'Ii
knife sharpener Included. amp. supply cord. Chrome
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GLEASON /

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When not In use,this scale' out 1.9f tt 199
of the way.Stands up on tin handle Prslsil.' yeenelf aa*
next to a corner or wall. Its yeW..ttyIf y.urcor REPLACEMENT' tar CM he .proud.. of the .handhagyau
Bora precision-mechanism (no O .fate.. e* dork. ,_die_
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dial Jewel-like styling 1', new

DOWN for weighing SAMTT .A NAa1T'y, M. ele.amt. leathers. new

leather looks adfabrics.

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bath scales .
Famous Borg Borg. Many beautiful colors.v.
In many beautiful colors. Just a step away from Easter

and.. lovely new footwear fashions

O. \\iiitKt.l. when.. you choose from Carp's won.. 99 '

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73-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY TOE DeFUNIAK IIERALD-JlftZEZa TRt1RSDA1'': MAnfft;;' !9M'
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Be A Booster or Move\ On - M:. tutu! ,Mr. Taft Robinson Dr. E. L. Husglns and Mr. FOR SALE: 1964 FORD, 4 Door JACK'S VENETIAN BLIND
vilJ.te4..Uadr son. Jerry and his Stealie Preacher left Saturday for Fairlane, 6 c>Und-r:: 2,500 miles, Service, Florala, Alabama. We offer -
Come walk the streets of our fad and. their daughter, Roberta New Orleans on a business and like new, come see it. J. G. Hill the very beat service on repairing N A. DIXON
in\ Panama City on Sunday. pleasure trip combined East 80, Ph. TW 4-2813. Mar5pd Venetian blinds. We install -
Fair City,
If not ashamed of company I I ,Mrs.. Enlxnabcl Jones. spent the Mis Maude Saunders is visiting I new tapes, cords or clean and Well DrillerI
FOR SALE: 85 ACRE FARM
(weekend in Psnsarola! with rel- with her niece, Mr. and Mrs. refinish your blinds for a sum
Then walk with me, with three bedroom house. Lo- specialize in 2, 3 and 4 fn wells.
atives. Ora Norton of Biloxi Miss. I I much less than the price of new
be ,
Some things we see may cated on Darlington-Gaskin Road, ones. We manufacture the finestIn Rotary equipment. Call 535-2048.
Unpleasant, I 1-4 mile north of Gaskin School. custom-made blinds and drapes.
Vernon Florida
Ugly or may be mighty I Contact E. W. White, same address For a courteous salesman to call
Pretty, i L.lII"I S 2:27,3:5,12.pd.: : on you, call 84812.
With a sort of likeness to t
Me and Thee. Introducing the newest Slnnt-O-Matic 600 Sewing - --- --- -- -
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If you have a smile In No DOBBIN WINDER and no BOBBIN TENSION to adjust
Your system s I ever again! JUST IN TIME for your SPRING SEWING and .
Well) then bring It to those EASTER FROCKS. PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR YOURS / FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND .
The front, I TODAY. '
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THURSDAY_ 111ARCH'b.
1984 .,

LEGAL NOTICESIN TOW&l..te. or VWa Tes.o Walton NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE In Section 9. Township 4 North. 1 BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr.
County Florida APPLICATION FOR FINAL Iv-uiyi Id West Westvlll. Florida 1
THai: CIRCUIT COURT IN AND De.-. ...... DISCHARGE: > and Mrs. Olin Thorne 01 f,
frOK WALTON COUNTY\ FLORIDA NOTicE .OK" PARTITION SUIT FLORIDA ,fcTATUTES Parrei 9.: NW 1* wl SWA leas 13
IN CHANCtKV\ : NO. JUZl NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS: : >In the Court of the County JudgeWalton acres across Norm side in Bectloivwnshlp 'Freeport Florida are the proud DaylSly Sale
BUTT BUll: WJUOJ Helr. of :Fred Krupp. deceased known County. t,. 4. North. Range 15 parents of
a daughter
(formerly Mrs. FransJlu J. Rushing) and unknown Louis Krupp. Julius State of Florida.In West, containing. :25 acres more c. Virginia
PlalntUt Krupp Margaret Btenberg. _11.>a Margaret re Estate of less. (Westvilt>. Florida.) Renee born February 28. 1964 at
-"ve- Krupp. Walter Ktrnbertf: a-k-a RUSSELL: W. Parcel 10: NE'. In Section 1 16. Township .
FRANKLIN J. RUSHING, Walter Krup Adolph Krupp Louise THOMPSONDeceased.. 4 North Range 16 West containing 11:40: ajn. weighing 7 lb. 12 or. NOW is a good time to plant Daylilies.
Defendant Krupp u Michael Krupp, In Probate. 160 acres more or lssiWentvllle .. Maternal grandparents are Mr
Entitle
NOTICE Schenkel. Helen Mreock. and To All Whom It Concern .
May I Fiords )
THE STATE OF FLORIDATO dead Louisa, their Hem if they are living and if Notice Is hereby given that Martha Parcel H: NW' .,f NEt 4 less I acre and Mrs. James Bishop of Freeport We are giving: BIG discounts. Up to 50
: FRANKLIN J. RUSHING and unknown heirs, legatees.- Patton Allen Thompson and Romulus in SW corner And 13 acr." en Paternal grandparents are pet.
You are Hereby notiued than an .sons, devisees firms, and any and all per Hlllard Thompson Executors of.he North side and NW corner of NF'NWNcorneless / Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thorne
of Pan-
amended complaint for the partition. or corporations claiming estate of Russell W. Thompson> deceased a> parcel : at
between you and the Plaintiff as ten by. through, or under them, or havIUK have filed their petition for NEW oftoNEta and ama City and Red Bay.
ants la commou of the following described interest or claiming in to have any claim. or final discharge: and that they will run East 708 feet to K-W o* paved On larger orders we will plan and plant your beds
property has been filed In this Lots 1 and 2 Block 3. apply to the Honorable Joe Dan Trot- Farm to Market road. thence booth
Court to wit: Townslte ty. Florida.of Villa Tasso, Walton Coun man. County Judge of Walton County. approximately 26 degrees West 11- At reasonable rates
"100 feet by 100 feet lying In a Sworn Florida, on the 19th day of March line 68 feet to point' of beginning ON DEAN'S LIST
square on the Boutli end of the against you complaint by the having plaintiff been la filed the ''rh.'o.taior: d Russell: as Executors ontt thence South ap"roxlna.ly : -
following described land. The complete W. Thompson, West :.UO feet
descriptions ... rollow.ofplat styled above cause named of Court action in thai above deceased: on this 10th day of February, thence 70 North degrees approximately 28 degrees Two students from DeFunlak Call us or write for price list.
100 ft. B: &; W by 033: ft. entitling tbeplalnt1ff 1964. thence North
East 515 feet have
this Springs
the North end of Lot to notice you and each Martha Patton Allen been placed on the
N te S on
of TO degrees: East 21U Be to
34 of Kam-Akers, a subdivision of has you been tore filed hereby.. tiled that suit Thompson and Romulus feet approximately, thence Sout. approximately, dean'a list of the University College sure sec them this summerWOOTEN'S
8E4! of (:Section 1. BW""i of Section above named Court by'the inabove Hlllard Thompson 26 degrees West JIS loot to pointof at the University of Florida.
22. NE'of Bee. 28 and NW Executors of the estateof
mvl being a pat
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""4 of Beo.. 27 ling North: of staffRoed lx named>ts 1 plaintiff and 2 Block seeking. 3, Townslte to partition of I. Russell. W Thompson of NBV4 beginning of NE'.. in, f"*!''":* 17. They are: Robert C. Blue Jr.: 306 HILL-TOP GARDENSRt.
no. i ( D.' nignway: WI> Villa Hangj 19 West W Nelson
Tasty Walton 41Feb.13,20,27.k8 Township 4 Norta. Ave. and
County Florida : ; Guy W.
Tp. 3. N. Range II* West of the 4 llox, 90 Phone
and you and each of you are hereby containing 471.1 acm, more or Rt. ;: 859.2339
Tallahassee Meridian as platted by Spence 1.
notified FJorldn)
and required to less. Weatvllle.
serve upon (
Garland Edward., said plat being the NOTICE TO CREDITORS born sold
of record for la ( pursuant
attorney the Said property
plaintiff -
of record in the office of the In the Court of the County Judge
authorisation duly ----- ----
a of of :: ----'
order -- --
copy your answer or written to an --
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Clerk of the Circuit Court of Walton County Florida,
defense if any to the complaint In entered by the Comity Judge t>l .
Walton County, Florida. Together In Probate.
: Bald cause and to rUe the original In Estate holmes County, Florida. and re: of
with alt singular Improvements
of such answer or written defense with Annie H. Florence Deceased 1. 1984. and will be Mia by individual -
tenements, hereditaments,
and appurtenances thereunto b- the Clerk of the circuit Court of To All 'Creditors and Persona Having parcels for cash to the h.lh..tbldd.r !:
Walton Florida on or before Claim but not for less than the Court
I In 1url4. or Demands Against said
longing or anywise appertain'ing
March "
valuation for each Individ-
Estates Appraised
free from all exemptions and This notice shall be published once You and each of are hereby uaparcel. ;
of homestead. you
right: each week for four consecutive week administrate reserves the) rightto TAX '
notified and Bald
to
and for the Court to decree an equitable required present any ASSESSOR'SINOTICE
In the DeFunlak Herald!. ;
lien and an equitable attachment a weekly claims and demands which you, or reject any and all bid Absttact of
against your interest in thesaid newspaper published in Walton County either of you, may have against the title will be furnlsniM for each Individual
property In favor of the Plaintiff Florida. estate of Annie H. Florence, deceased, parcel. Full and complete Information
DONE AND ORDERED at DeFunlak late to the County concerning any parcel. or
for the sum of tl.388.80 and such
. other support money as may become Spring; Florida this 8 day of February lreororaalJa1OnUD County. Florida, at I parcels above descrtbuj can be of-
due after February 1. 1964 has been A. D. 1964. his office in the court house of said I tamed from the attorney for the administratrix.
(SEAL) E LEO ANDREWS
County at DeFunlak Spring, Florida, .
filed against you in the above atyledCourt
and cause and you are requiredto Clerk Circuit Court within alx calendar months from. the This 12th day of February. A. D.
file) your defenses with the Clerk Walton County FloridaBy time of the first. publication of thl.not.lce. \le4.\ ; : :
Iva Adklnson
. of the said Court, and serve a copy > Two copies of each claim or Inez Hooten
thereof on plaintiff's attorney whose Deputy Clerk demand shall be In writing and shall IneB HO and address. below on Attorney for Plaintiff: state the place of residence and post tratrix of the hate of
name or before the 27th appears day of February. Dough. M. AndrewsOf office address of the claimant, and Clara Brown of'l.'eaeec1.Haryla ,
CAMPBELL %ANDREWS shall be sworn to by the claimant J. Belser
1964, otherwise said complaint will be
P. O. Box 326 his agent or his attorney and accompanied Attorney for Administratrix

31.t taken Ordered day as confeiwed at' DeFunlak by 8pgs you., Fla.. this 4t DeFunlak: F b.lJ.20.7jifar.5FLORIDA Sprlnrs. Florida and such claim0or. demesandfnoone so dollar filed I3oDita P.O. Box,.. Florida 113 I will'be at..the followingplace on the dates given for the-purpose

(SEAL)CLERK Ja"UaErrLE04ANDBKW8 OF CIRCUIT COURTBy NOTICE APPLICATION OF"INTENTION FOR FINAL TO MAKE!: shall be void.Thos As executor. .D Beasley.of the Last MR. HERMAN ALTENFELDT y of receiving: tax returns for jbe yearof' 1964. (On all property.)

Colleen McDonald DISCHARGE Will and Testament of
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Deputy Clerk -STATUTESIn Annie H. Florence,
DAVID W. PALMER the Court of the County; Judge I deceased Mr. Herman Altcnfedt age 80, Preciaet:
P. O. Box: D9! Walton County, First publication : 1964 No.
Crestvlew Florida state of Florida.In 4t: Feb. . .Me.ru&r) 13. died February 22, 1964 at the Na.e Place Day Date Hours
Attorney for Plaintiff re: Estate of home of ehls sister In Wryyver-
.St: Feb6.13.20.27.Mar5 Roy Hugh OolvinDeceased.' I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. tal Germany 20 Miramar Wshop.'Pure Oil Sta. Pri, Mar. 6 9:30-11:30'A.M.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE In .Probate.To IN AND FOR HOLMES COUNTY,
FLORIDAIn Funeral services conducted
were -
APPLICATION FOR FINAL All Whom It Concern I
May 33 "
DISCHARGE Notice is o hereby given that Minnie CLARA re* Estate BROWN.of Deceased Thursday, February 27 at 1 Choctaw enters Mem. Church Sat. Mar. 7 9:0012:00A.M./ :-
FLORIDA STATUTESIn Alma Col Tin filed her final report as
the Court of the County Judge NOTICE OF BALK
Administratrix of the estate of Roy
Walton County, Hugh Colvln deceased that she filed TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! p.m.Mr.. Altenfeldt as a former resIdent -
State of Florida. her petition for final discharge and The undersigned Ines Hooten administratrix of DeFunlak Precinct numbers 14 20 &'23 please come to the office of the Tax
In Tf. :Estate of of the estate of Clara Springs
that she will apply to the HonorableJoe
M. O. Warren. Sr. Dan Trot man. County Judge of Brown deceased will sell the following Route 1 until in January. 1964. He Assessor to file your returns.and exemptions.The .
Deceased.In described property, lying, situate
Walton County Florida on the 10th
e:1l
Is survived by two sisters Miss
Probate. day of March l1I 4. for approval of and Holmes County,
To All Whom It May Concern! same and for final discharge as Administratrix Florida, at public sale at 11:00: o'clock Elizabeth Altenfeldt! and Mrs.
Notice Is hereby given that Gertrude of the estate of Roy Hugh A.M. on Monday March 16. 11164. at law requires that make full return all
Marie Biemann and I you a on propertyowned'by
family.A
S Warren filed her final report asExecutlx Colvln. deceased on this 10th day of the West front'entrance to the Holmes
; of the estate of M. O. Warren County Courthouse In Bonlfay Flor- host of friends mourn his
Sr. deceased that she has filed February. 1964.Minnie Alma CoTln, Ids. to-wit: you as of January, 1964 to the Tax Assessor at full
her petition tor final discharge and Administrator of the Parcel II Lot 4 and Wig of Lot BIn passing.
that she will apply to the HonorableJoe estate of Roy Hugh Block 28, Section 31. Township I cash value and claim homestead exemption and any other exemp-
Dan Trotman County Judge of Colvln" deceased. 5 North Range 14 WIt at. In
Walton County. Florida on the 19th tPebl320.27.Mar5: the. City of ponlfsy. Holmes Flor-' FOR SALE: WATER FRONT tions- you may 'be entitled to. Make returns from January If!
day of March 1964. for approval ofsame ty, Florida. Jots and wooded in lots. On your
and for final discharge aa of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR Parcel 3: Lots 1. 2 and 3 of Block: 1964 'March
through 31
estate of M. O. Warren Br. deceased WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA. IN 121. Section 31, Township 5 North Choctawhatchee Bay, located on 1964.:For those that are unable to apply in
on this 10th day of February 1964. CHANCERY. NO.. IMS Range 14 West .ht the City of Okaloosa-Walton county ine In
Gertrude S. Warren. LEVERETT B. SHAW Bonlfay. Holmes County Florida( Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe. Rt. 1 person,.please.drop-me, a card and request an applicattion be mailed
Executrix of the estateof VS. Plaintiff. Parcel of SEW' less 14 acres
M. O. Warren. Sr. HARRIET 8. SHAW. ..3Nth: end of NW cor and Box 259 Villa Tasso Nlceville, to you.
deceased. Defendant. 8W14 of REV. leas 7 acres In NW
4t:Feb.13.20,27.Mar5 NOTICE TO DEFENDOn corner and 7 acres In BE corner
CIRCUIT COURT OF or before Monday the Iflth day 01 NW* of BE'In Section;' 8,
IN THE
WALTON! COUNTY FLORIDAIN of March 1964. the defendant. HarrietS. Township 4 North Range 16 West Dr./J.T.' Anderson HUBERT R. ADKINSONTax
to In this 108
CIIANCERl NO. (340 Shaw Is required appear containing acres more or less
J. F. LIDDON. suit and serve upon E. C. Boswell. Westvllle.( Florida) announces the opening of his
Plaintiff the plaintiffs attorney whose address Parcel 4: South SO feet of Lots 1, 2. office for the Practice of Assessor Walton County
"V. I. P. O Box 278. Geneva. Alabama and and 3 and all Lot 8, Block O. In Op-
HEIRS OF FRED KRUPP deceased' Up with the.Clerk of said Court her Section 9. Township 4 North Rau; tometry in all its phases. Eyes l
known and unknown, LOMB KRUPP, written defenses or answer to the Bill 18 West. (Westvllle Florida.) examined glasses! and contact Florida
KRUPP. MARGARET 'BTEN- of Complaint filed against her herein Parcel 5-: Lots 9. 10. 11 and 12 of ; DcFuniak Springs,
Wg,8- MARGARET KRUPP. praying for a divorce." Block 12 in Sections 8 At O, Township lenses prescribed.
WALTER STENBi-RO. a-k-a WALTER This order Is to be published once 4 North, Range 18 West., t Office iHoura:
KRUPP ADOLPH KRUPP. each week for four consecutive weeks (Westvllle. Florida.) .
LOUISE KRUPP EICHELKRAUT. In the DeP'Unlak Hprald. a newspaper Parcel 6-: Lots 4, 8 and 6 of Rlork I Monday through Saturday
MICHAFt KRUPP. EMILIE 8CHEN- published in said Walton County Flor- 17. In Section Township 4 North 80rA: .M. to-8OO.P.M.:
KFL. HELENE MRZOCK and LOUISE Range 19 West. (Westvlllo.
HEIN. if they are living, and tf dead Wltness my hand and official seal Ida Iparc..1 Closed! all day Thursday rr
their unknown heirs, legatees and hu 17 day of '-"So 1964. '11: Lot I and EASt 6O Crest view Florida
devisees, and any and all persons: (Seal) ANDREWS Lots 2 and 3 and North 10 1"lor'l ,
firms or corporations claiming by Clerk of Circuit Court of West 90 feet of Lot 2 of 502: North Main St. "I fr
through. or under them or having Walton County Florida II In Section e. Township 4
or claiming to have any claim or By Iva Adklnson D C.4t Range 18 West (Wcstvlllr. FI ) Phone MU 2.4014
Interest In Lots 1 and 2 Block 3. : Feb27, Mar4.ll.18 __ Parcel 8: Lots l and 2 of Smog-13 .. I LET US HELP YOU






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