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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 12, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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I R eY, -_
rti Commissioners Appro.veFood
hereby announce as a candi. .
,a Sl ,
date for Sheriff of Walton county -

subject to the wishes of the

voters in the May Democratic pri

maries. I am thoroughly experienced for
have served you well In Needy Program

the past, and if you favor me

with the nomination I will serve ,
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you well again. I will appreciateyour -
t9 "Top priority" in next
vote and support. Sincerely,
FOR SHERIFFI FOR SHERIFFI budget for a food for the needy
Aubry McDonald. p M Primary Campaign
program in Walton county was

hereby announce as a candidate hereby announce myself as a County PTA's Met given by the County Commission tat -.

for Sheriff in the Walton candidate for election as Sheriff Tuesday mmormning's meet- s

county Democratic primaries in of Walton county subject to the At Liberty-Thursday I I Tempo Stepped UpInterest ing.A )

May. I am a life-long resident of wishes to the voters In the Demo- Supt. John E. Baldwin made I committee named by the

the county and have always stood cratic primaries in May.I the keynote address at a meetingof Commissioners to study the prob-

for what, is right. I promise you have received a great deal of lem, headed by N. E. Campbell
the Walton Council in the Demo
county olPTA's picked up Miss Walton Contest
that If honor me"with from friends
you reelection encouragement my ai chairman, reported favorablyon
at the Liberty SchoolThursday cratic primary this week when
as your Sheriff I will and former supporters as well as Set For March 27 the plan.
March 5. Sheriff Howard "Andy" Anderson
continue to be for what Is rightin from many who did not supportme Under this program, suggestedto
Supt. Baldwin talked ''Thewalton and former Sheriffs Aubrey McDonald -
enforcing the laws of the four years ago, and If honored the Board by Rep. Jimmy 4
Okaloosa Junior College. I and Curtis R. Miller al With all the announcements of
county. with the office, I pledge to them, Prescott, surplus food will be dis- -
.* and told how the college Murdock B Ur qualified for a place on the ballot candidates coming out this week,
I feel that my more than three and all the people of the county tributed free to needy In the
law started: how it Is going to operate Murdock Belser. of Freeport,, Joel Alford had already quail Beta Sigma Phi would like to
rears: experience as Sheriff clean honest and reasonable 'county
: your and of the advantages it will one of the candidates for the fled for this position. throw its hat in the ring and
has enabled me to qualify myselfto enforcement. The committee's report estimated -
afford the Walton countyy graduates Democratic nomination for Sena- eighteen lovely candi-
for, The sheriff's race traditionally
serve you better. I have attended I am grateful to the people that there are about 4,000In
have received who can, without great cost,, tor from the 3rd Senatorial Dis attracts more interest than almost dates for the title of Miss Walton
several FBI courses in var- the many favors I the county eligible to partici-
with' obtain two years of their college trict. any other race in the county, and< County 1964. This decision will
ious phases of law enforcementand and feel that I can point pate, with n limit of $050: in food
training at this drive-in college, be made at the Walton High
this of candidates already
also several courses taught pride to the record made during group ; set on each recipient a month.
judge Joe Dan Trotman led the Beta Club News assures an Interesting race here, School's newly redecorated audi-
by the Florida Sheriffs Bureau.I the time I have served you as The report pointed out this
group In the Pledge of Allegiance,, whether others qualify or not. torium on Friday night, March
have taken every opportunity your sheriff. I am a lifelong resident would mean more than $24OOO
t could to ;make myself a more of Walton county memberof and Clyde ,Kennedy gave the In- Each year the Walton High Here is the complete list of 27, and we venture to say it is monthly to the county.
vocation. School Chapter of the National candidates qualifying for count going to be a difficult decisionfor
efficient law officer and I feel) the First Presbyterian Church. ; Free foods distributed are peas
Odd Mrs.' Paul Teelin, Council Beta Club reviews and select offices to time: the six judges who are coming -
this training and my experiencewill Masonic Lodge 170. and the up press butter, cheese, cornmeal, flour,
membership chairman, reported worthy students from the school's Sheriff-Joel Alford, Curtis H. over from the Pensacola Fivo
allow me to serve you better.I Fellows Lodge. (IOOF). lard, rice, peanut butter and cer
will appreciate your vote and I will appreciate your vote and 8S5 PTA members In the county. 10th, 11th and 12th grades for Miller, Howard "Andy" Anderson Flags Commission. The new queen

help in the campaign. Sincerely, support in the primary elections. Council President Ellis Williams,, membership in the Beta Club. *, Aubry McDonald. will be crowned by the reigning eals.Total maximum, cost to the

HOWARD "Andy" ANDERSON.To Sincerely, appointed a committee to arrange As the Beta Club Is an honor County SuperInte ent--.1ohn Eo Miss Walton Miss .Joyce Bishop.A county was estimated at $1150: a

CURTIS R. MILLER. for a PTA School of Instructionin group the students must meet Baldwin] John F. Bludworth. complete list of the girls and month, with $960 for labor and ti

The Residents Of The ---- the late summer or early fall. certain requirements in morals, County .1udie--J'oe' Dan Trot their sponsors will appear in this $190 for other essentials

Third Senatorial DistrictI Point WashingtonAnd The Nominating Committee was leadership qualities, grades and man*. paper next week. Mrs Jack Potter, Chamber of
elected by the group. edu- Along with completing plans for
willingness to obtain higher Tax Assessor-Hubert Adkinson. Commmerce secretary, headed a

hereby announce my candi- The BeachesMrs. Following the program and cation. .. this event at its Monday night group presenting a petition for a

dacy for the office of Senator business Maxwell McKee l1b'erty New members selected for Tax Collector--Jack Little, meeting Exemplar had as guest mosqlto control district in south

from the Third Senatorial Dis- R. O. Saltsman and daughter PTA President, invited the mt:bershlp this year were: Oneltf' Surveyor-Garland Edwards.. Mrs. Randolph Clary who brought Walton county. The petition, with

trict of the State of Florida. Ihave Joy were busines visitors in group to the lunchroom for a variety Shl1"h, John Teelin, Bonnie County Commissioner, Dist. 1- them up to date on Girl Scoutingin 210 signatures, requested that It

qualified as a candidate for Fort Walton Beach Monday. of fancy cakes and sandwiches Hirt:-ant, Voncile Mclnnls, Dan Marvin Rigdon, Dist 3-Huber DeFuniak. Mrs. P. C. Ruther- be placed] on a ballot and the

this office and will seek nomina- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tarrance of prepared and served by the ladles Bar*, Vickie .Jennings, Nancy McCal' Bell, Jack Donald Adair, James ford had charge of the cultural\ Commissioners greed to put the

tion in the Democratic primariesin DeFuniak Brings spent Saturday of the Liberty PTA.'Saddlettes Waye Wooten. Cathy Ritz- Padgett; Dist. :5-Kylea Laird, program. During the social hour, question on the May 26 primary.

May 1964. I earnestly solicit afternoon with friends here. man, Mary Andrews, Peggy School Board, Drat 2-W. C. the hostess Mrs. Charles Prescott, The question t will be voted on

your vote and support in my Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lehman News Green and Jo. Ann Collingsworth. "Will" Candy, Lewis Frank served delicious refreshment by freeholders In precincts 15.

campaign.I have returned to their Sea grove The officers for this year are Cawthon, Jr.; Dist. 4-J. C. Turner Point Washington, 18, Santa Rosa

shall provide a program of Beach home after spending sev- The Saddlettes held their regu- Judy Dalton, president; Mike *, Glenn A. Parker. Report of 1961 Walton and 29, Miramar Beach.

service based on the following: eral weeks at their Dayton, Ohio lar meeting Monday at the Three- Crawford, vice president; Virginia Constable, Dist. 2-Cecil Cawthon. County March of Dimes The control program calls for

1. Shouppe Howell will introduce home. I Way restaurant. We are happy to .Johnson, secretary; Charles Ko- Max Marsh; Dist. 6-J. Victor spraying and ditching to combatTiOSquitoi's

a bill to abolish the increasein Mr. and Mrs. Keith Miller and report three new members sick, treasurer; Members: Mary Ward; Dist. 9-R. O. Saltsman', M.&'. Roy Hobbs, chairman of .

car and truck tag prices th"t!t Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gomillion I Susan Adkison, Betty Ann Hube- Ann Dickey, Julia Ann Domal, Incumbent. the 1904: Walton county March ot The Comm'sstoncri: designated

became effective this year If new all of Red Bay, were the Sunday ner and Betty's mother. Glenda Fountain, Gloria Richardson Dimes, wishes to thank every one the Walton county Development

money is necessary then other guests of Gene and Lillie Infinger. I We are glad to report to you Steve Saltsman and Dora Scott Kelly In Walton who took part in this drive either Authority, Paul Teelln chairman,

means should be found that will .Our entire community was sad- of. the successful horse--show that Jean Shelley. County Next Week contributing of. their time,or h,.handle.the Rural Renewal Program -

.be shared by our tourists as dened by news last week of the was*held ,in benefit of the Heart Plans are being made to send money. Jn Wid ton county, 1> \
Fund Drive. We thank the folks the state conventionin JlmmU McCall, campaign The following is
residents. death of Mrs. Mary Ida Casey, I delegates to a breakdown
made it
, 2. Shouppe Howell will work for FC year old resident of Freeport. I from every where that Jacksonville the first weekendIn chairman for Walton county of contributions: Cecil Floyd To \

-an increase in aid to the older Mrs. Casey was a native of'Point possible.As almost May. The club will be repre- Scott Kelley for Governor an. Gifts, $30,00; school, $73641: ; ,
.citizens of Florida. Washington and her sister, Mrs. J most of you know, sented by Julia Ann Domal, On- nounces that Scott Kelly will Mothers March including Coffees Head Roy Scout

3. Shouppe Howell will oppose Dell Infinger resides here. Our time for Thanks our regular to Spring boys eita Shirah, Peggy Green and b* In Freeport Friday, March $829.72; coin collectors, $34.63 Drive In CountyCecil
horse show. you John Teelin.Welfare. 20 and In DeFuniak Spring Individual mailers $910.10.: .
the interference of the Federal sympathy is extended to the entire Improvement : teenage
for the
Saddle Club -
in the
Government In any area. family. The funeral was Monday I shack. Saturday, March 21. I activities $373.90, Total l, $2-
of our cook Floyd, general solicitation
Howell will advocate in the Damascus Board Gives Announcement will be made ,543.76.
4. March 2
Shouppe ,
All of folks who enoy an chairman for the annual drive for
I you
definite times
in State Government by and those next week as to Chairman Hobbs reports that
economy Baptist church among horse lovers' 'fun,
afternoon of In CountyThe funds for the Boy Scouts of America
Payments -
within the and places. the success of this drive
competitive bidding, living attending from this side of assures
the coming
watch for the signs of for, DeKuiiInk Springs and
-prescribed budgets and by reorganization bay besides Mrs. Infinger were: I that the many health services
of State Lizie show. District One Welfare Board Christian Athletes provided by this Walton county, announces the
of any phase Mr. Levie McKinney, Mrs organization will
to our
Anyone wishing join' drive will begin March 16.
announced today that 1,417 well I'lay For Keeps" At continue. (
:government that proves necessary. Infinger and granddaughter Joanne I As
club is always welcome. we Opening event in the campaign.
5. Shouppe Howell will vote to Mrs. Mamie Hatch, Mr. W. R. times before, you fare recipients in Walton county First Baptist ChurchA
have many wIll be n breakfast at the Hut
voice in the Burlison. received 7959.00 distributed by CHARLES EMITT McCORMICK
. retain an adequate HHobbs and Mrs. Roy ride a
do not have to own or restaurant, at 7:00: a.m. on March
of Public 40-minute color sports
legislature for the smaller rural Mrs. Francis Florence of Gray at the Three the Florida Department
Just meet
counties. ton Beach, attended the. Garden I horse.. at us 7:30 the first Welfare during the month of February entitled, "Play for Keeps", will be Charles"EmItt McCormick, ago 16.
restaurant : team for
Way Assisting captains
6. Shouppe Howell will not vote Club meeting in DeFunlak Springs I of each month and ,1964.;. shown at the First Baptist church 23, of Freeport, Flay died Mon- as
Monday night ; the drive will be Ray McKinney
to do away with homestead exem- Wednesday, March 4 and serveda well tell all about it. The amount covered 1,417 relplents Sunday night March 1,'at 7 pm.; day, March 2, 1964 at 2:30: p.m. y

, ption since this would Injure the one ',of the hostesses.' you-Myrtle Straughn of old age assistance, aid according to Pastor W. O.. Will-. In an automobile accident on Ed Puckett Little.Walter Dannelleyand
"' Jack
c older people and lower income Mrs. Steve Barrett of Seagrove'I to dependent children, toe the ham. She 'America's.'. greatest Highway 85: South. .
In Panama I blind, and to the disabled. athletes are shown in sports action Mr. McCormick life Floyd points out that the Scout
I Beach, spent Tuesday Mrs. Phil Harris was In Pen- witness. was a long I.movement has had a tremendous Shouppe Howell will work .Tuesday business.On Largest portion of that amountwas and in daily Christian resident of Walton county and
sacola on
growth In the county and in the
t for the conservation of our natural City.Miss Julia Strickland has returned Davis for 863 old age assistancecases The athletes are: Alvin Dark Fel- was employed at the Raddcllff
Saturday Mrs.. Persey the
of accounted for $47195.00. le'AlOlT, Bill Wade, Bill Glass :Ray DeFuniak Springs area during
resources and the development home after spending few Mrs. which $ ,- Material Co., Mobile.
June Davis
Mrs Settle and
with 250
.. some
Richardson. year
this area's business Industrial and weeks with her brother and sis-I Margaret Davis of Crestview and Average amount receivedby Berry and Bobby Funeral services were conducted' In the
05 leaders rogramAt
recreational potential. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ora cola were visiting Mr. and Mrs. each 'verson was $54.09. Highights of actual games com- at 2 p.m. Thursday. March 5, this time
8. Shouppe Howell will work Miss. We The Department also distributed bined with a behind the scene from: the Black
Strickland in Sumerall. cola were vlsitln gMr. and Mrs. football and Creek church In Oren flitter of this place, district -
and vote for increased benefitsfor that Mr. $15.63400 to families with a totalof look at professional Freeport Rev.
are happy. to report Phil E. Karris. Hurley D. Guy In Scout executive of the Old
all citizens in the field of Strickland has recovered from Ms Mr. Carl Henderson of the Uni- 808 dependent children. Each baseball, bring.- you unforgettable" charge. Burial followed in the Spanish Trail district, says there
education and especially in the Illness and Is back at family received tan average of action. Black Creek Cemetery with McLaughlin
recently home -
versity of Florida. was over for"Keeps" not only presents were 733 boys registered! in Scouting -
teachnical education "Pay
vocational : averaging $16.18
field of work.* the weekend, $55.84, per ,per- of Funeral Home of Crest- 'In' this district-composed of
the sports ability
for boys and girls of the Mrs. Molly McGee returned to Wise of Pen- great view In charge of arrangements..
t I Miss Frances L. son.payments athletes 'but also clearly re. the northern half of Okaloosa and
Third District not planing to attend Beach home Tuesday to the blind totaled Survivors include his
her Seagrove sacola. ,spent the weekend here veals the most important single Mrs. Walton counties and all of Holmes
e college. from a weekend vislt 'with with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. $1,207.00, for an average of $60.35to Jesus Christ. Amalda McCormick: parents Mr, and Washington counties alone
in their lives
factor -
Howell will consult Mr. and of the lounty's 20 blind
9. Shouppe friends' in Birmingham. D. H. Wise. eacn invitedto and, Mrs. Stanley S. McCormick, with 183 adults.
with all elected or appointed Mrs. M. M. Argro. brought her :i persons who qualify for such as- The pubic. is cordially three brothers N. H. McCormick' He also] pointed out that the

boards concerning any decision to home and spent a few days in Ian Strickland. sistance. attend. James Earl McCormick and Tom- Council Is reaching only 22..percent

T be reached at the State level and their beach home. I'I Gene' and Lillie Infinger were The Department paid $15,523.00to MEETS my Darl McCormick, one sister, of the available boys, and

7 will not attempt to dictate or Roy and Edith Burlison spent t' business visitors. In DeFunlak 254 disabled persons. The aver COUNTY 4.H COUNCIL! Miss Carol Ann McCormick, all that there Is room for more than

force any decision upon them. He Thursday and Friday in Carra- Springs Monday. age was $61.11 for each person In Council of of Freeport Several nieces and 200 Packs. Troops and Explorer
will abide by the decisions made and GARDEN CLUB that category The Walton county
j' belle with his son-in-law : MAGNOLIA nephews also survive. Pouts within the area.
4-H Clubs met Saturday at 10:00:
I by a conference with local people daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fred' I I CONVENES extension of- Pallbearers were: Bobby Joe Ritter saId Walton county hasa

of the county concerned. Brett and sons. They all motoredover Tonight, Thursday March 12, 7 T. R. Plttman and Oswald a.m. at the county Knight, James Victor Ward, on- "tremendous potential for

10. Shouppe Howell will serve to Tallahassee Thursday I o'clock Is the regular monthly Brown went by plane Sunday to Ice. The following officers were Ann nie Brannon, Cortez Cadenhead ( growth In Scouting in such areas

you honestly, faithfully and intelligently night and enjoyed "Flying High" 'meeting of the Magnolia Garden Oklahoma City, Okla., for a week elected' : President, Barbara Keenan Clint Wright and Paul Cadenhead. aj Paxton, Darlington, Gaskin

so that the Third Sena- the FSU Circus. :I'Club. It will be held' at "Eden"the all expense paid vacation, guestsof White, Vice President.David Glendale: Red Bay and other
torial District will improve and Mrs. Ollie Sue Godwin of New lovely home of Miss Lois the Fred Jones Manufacturing Powell: Secretary', Wilkerson ; Walton County areas."

prosper. Orleans, spent the weekend with Maxon with Mrs. Albert Butleras Co., having won this trip as a Council Delegate; Larry .- Chamber of Commerce In the Gulf Coast Council, madeup
I hope to contact each of you Gid and in recent sales contest over and Kathy Martin, Reporter.A
her mother and children co-hostess. prize a Community Calendar of eight! counties In this partof
of 4-H
in person and I sincerely solicit Gay and helped them celebrate All members are urged to come the Southeastern District.Dr. large delegation members Florida and three countries In

your vote, support and help in the their eighth birthday.Mrs. I and hear Mr. Wooten of DeFun- John Trotman of Mayo, was and local leaders attended- MARCH 12 MARCH 19 south Alabama, a total of 12,718Scouts ,

Democratic primaries during May W. A. Holley Mrs. Albert I iak Springs tell all about Day the weekend guests of his mother, the meeting. the council March 12-Beach Garden Club and leaders were registeredlast
A committee from
1964. Mrs. D. N. Trotman.
Butler and children Ned. Reglnla Lilies. 10:00.
Howell will help to I will meet with the extension year.
IO. Shouppe the roads of the district. and Teressa Betty Strickland and Fertilizer Plant agents on March 30 at 3.30: Magnolia Garden Club700.: Ritter said that contributions in
improve Coram formed a congenial! Bulk Blending: the 12-
Sandra I make plans for the 4-H County Paxton P.T.A,-7-00.: the campaign are for

NOTICE croup: shopping In Panama City West Florida Farmers Co-Op Building: events day that will be held on Walton .A.-7:00.: month period and for the purpose ,

Saturday. They were Joined ft Saturday, April 4, at the Walton Great Books Disc/ 7:30.: of making( it possible for more
Sunnyside by Mrs. Holley's sis March 16-Freeort P.T.A.-7:30.: than 45.000 eligible boys to become -
which from $3.00 to Fair grounds.
The West DeFunlak Elementary A modern bulk-blending fertll- bags, runs County
ter. Mrs. .Jordan Lindsey. DeFuniak Llons700.: a Scout. "We have the boys
School will hold its regular P.T.A. Mrs. Mamie Hatch and Mr. W. I Uber plant is under constructionfor $6.00 a ton. March 17-DeFuniak Eastern Star Is what is needed to do
meeting Thursday March 19 at in Pan- the West Florida Farmers Cooperative J. D. Wooten, Co-op president, Pone de Leon P. T. A. -money
R. Hobbs spent -7:30.: the job' he said.
of said moderate high analyysis To Meet ThursdayThe
half-mile east a
7-00 P.M. Mrs. ODe
: and
of Mr.
ama City, guests handled which Gaikln P.T.A.-7:00. An advanced gift campaignwith
will be
the city limits Just south of the fertilizer ,
Mrs. John D. Potter accompanied Max Clark. Enzor of L. & N. railway with construction will permit farmers to get the Ponce de Leon PTA will Glendale .A.-7:00.: John Creel as chairman
Frank I
Mrs. 0.NOTICE.
and Kiwanls 12:15. March
Miss Sandra Ruryk to Palatka Mr. the Sunday guestsof hoped to be completed withina same amount of pant food per meet Thursday night at 7:00: in : started

last week where Miss Ruryk par- Crestview, were and daughter month. acre by putting out less bulk, and the school auditorium. Jaycees700.:

ticipated In the Azalea Queen their: son-in-law Butler at- A railroad siding will enable will retain the sulphur'' and cal- A panel, composed of FHA Country Club. Dance900.:
Van and Helen March 18 Pilots-12:00.
will -
In cium of low analyysis fertilizers. girls, teachers and parents, r
Contest. Grayton Beach. Mr. Enzor remained I the Co-op to get shipments of school Woman's Club3:30.So. : The annual home coming and 1
Is The Co-op wil have modern discuss the problem
visit. carload, lots, and machinery will be in Freeport.
BETTER for a few days Walton Lions-7:15.: til dar sing
TO CLEAN CARPETS Tues- being Installed that will unload a spreading and hauling equipment. dropouts.All in March. All
Mrs. Ike Morgan spent Invited March 19-Valley View P.T.A.- the third Sunday
cordially -
loan a Blue Lustre Carpet hour. The plant Wooten says the plant with the parents are I
well in
her 50-ton
day in Panama City wwith car one this informative I Paxton Rurltan-::00. lingers and lovers of good Gospel
and hear
Shampooer FREE with and will have capacity of 850 tons distributing and spreading mach- to come Mardin .
of Blue Lustre pusher son and Cecil daughter-in-law Morgan. Mr. of raw materials.a inery will cost from $45,000 to and interesting dis Girl" Scout Leaders Meeting lingers are invited-Clint
10 00.
Hardware Company. Tractor. Mrs.Joe 'Strickland, U. S. Navy of Fertilizer will be handled In $50,000: and the Co-op is offeringfor cussion. March Art Show_All DayWoman'sClub. Mrs. Rufus Daughette spent yast
FOR SALE 8 N FORD leave form and will be sold sale $25,000 preferred stock Remember: Thursday,
San DIego Calif. Is home on granular week In Atlanta. /
L.1W4 F. Seigler Phone TW 6-3713._with his par its. Mr. and ,MM. In bulk to save farmers cost of bearing five per cent interest. 12, at 7 _pjn." --- r


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Wilbur Kelly, Patter 'sd!. rf
Davis Lane Baptist Church yr
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Orvls Miller
Pastor > a{' r,' rkT ts'T
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Santa Rosa Baptist Mission .. ) gQ hr w/vf 9 :
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Rev. Marvin Taylor Y ?x. & '
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First Presbyterian Church
Ctrcl DrtT*-X>*runlak Spg. Fl.
OayU W. Thrlkld, Minister t' ;"-
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EteTunialt Springs, Fla. ? a }+r'f} @, t r: r /' t' '>1 .t'Y" '
Gayle TbTBlkeld., Minister }Y. ; 4 !;l "Y4 ti j .{. 'r rib-R5 J .:, t 4 .R Nrt ,
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Vrveport Presbyterian ChurchGl.adal. cox cv axs. a R i3r> r ,
Presbyterian Church oj4.: : YS'3tfF., s zRAE2y 3 ;?' p'tYtt :, !, r 4i.'r ," ?"r ;a 6a!. fF xt a0Hu :, ,';
Red Bay Presbyterian Church > '
.John M. Ash Minister :," '..-:'"; .
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George Milam ", --

First Methodist Church
Circle Drive, West 4 .
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Rev. Sam Shish a .". ... '1:'

Wesley Memorial Methodist tJ
ZJve Oak Avenue .,; 1 ._
Winston .Jay . .' .. .-
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Freeport and Portland ...
Methodist Church f : : ,
J. D. Renfroe '.' .
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Bruce Methedftrt Church i
.J .J. SBodgrassAlqua. ..
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Center Ride Methodist :' .;,.
J. A. Anthony, Jr. "
Darlington Methodist Church t, l' .... '
Rev. C. C. Colvln :

Ponce de Leon Methodist Church' .... ,
Rev. C. C. ColvlnDeFunlak
Sprlncs First Baptist '
XJveoak & Kleveath: Btr4et
W. O. Wlllham. Pastor.
East Baptist Church

Richard Baldwin Bloodworth Avenue Baptist, Pastor'Church THE POWER; TO 'STAY ,: ,.', r ' I

W. Baldwin Ay.uej', : ,, :1 t ) '. t ;j;
Rev. Wilbur F. Cotton, PastorNoctheUU ,: : .

Baptist Church An anchor seems like dead weight, doesn't it? -
Rev. Olen Spence

Gaskin First Baptist ChUrch But what mariner would sail without it? For an anchor is not dead weight. '

L. G. Johnson Pastor 'It commands the. tremendous force of gravity in a wild, raging sea. It can grip solid I

Freeport baptist Church land to fight driving wind or swirling current! ,

W. LK Clark. Pastor .
A few men have thought they could go farther 'faster without'' religious faith

C.Friendship Lester Weekly Baptist Pastor Cherish. . until the 'squalls found them drifting helplessly on bitter shoals! t .
Gaskin South Baptist Church God gave us forces of motion and progress. We see .0. .aspire .' . achieve. f .
Rev. Tucker Aplin "
Glendale Baptist Church ,. But the power to go is treacherous without the ,power to"stay. G GSo ..

J. B. Birmingham. Pastor God us'the Truth churches human heart. t
..'." gave- our offer'every

Lime Stone Baptist Church j That Truth 'is man's spiritual grip on the' enduring . rrial. 5 ':
.. Rev. Cony Black, Pastor 55. j97/ 7/ ( ( 7 ."... ,.__ ... .!
Mew Harmony Baptist Church .
Rev. Kenneth KlcUlghtcr

Oak Grove Baptist Church' :.. THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE-OHURCH :fter

Kenneth Wadle.' Pastor The Church is tho'greatest factor lady and support the Church.They z
Paxtoa Baptist Church on earth for the building of charaeare: ((1) For his own sake.'(2) ,For .
Charles Kerby Pastor ter and good citizenship.It is a storehis children's sake. (3) For the sake' cl. 5
Pleaeant Ridce Baptist :Church house of spiritual values. Without a of his community and nation. (4) ,
Rev. James Kinchin strong Church neither democracy For the sake of the'Church'itself, ''T
nor civilization can survive. There which needs his moral md material ... .
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Pleasant Grove Baptist Church are'' four sound reasons why every support. Plan to go to church-regu .' '.., .
Freeman Smith Pastor person should attend services regularly and read your Bible dally. .(.f. .,
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Rev. T. R. Padgett : ,. Copyright 1964. KeUtar Advertising Service.Inc., Strasbure,Va. ,';arpR. g : ',.
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West .._& h"r r .,icy' A GOOD HARDWARE STORE Fisher's"P1iarmac7 PLUMBING HEATING '' :7 _.
Cary RichardsCluster ; . .
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A. B. Covell 4 ,
Springs Baptist Chorea 711 i-TVm OAK AVE. Pily 'WiggLy'The OOMTRAOTORCoaaander Rivard Chevrolet I

Harold Smith, Pastor FORD CAIN'S King & Co. ORIGINAL ".elf*....... ". .f,
Mossy Head Baptist Miaio Company ;
Floyd Garrett, Pastor' Standard Station !:
Argyle Baptist Mission 'TeAa OIL.WAfJHINO Peoples Water Service Daaley Furniture Co. Home
Rev. Lee -
CompanyOF Mrnclrat OOMAM BSL LJKA. The DeFuniak HeralrtChoctawhatchrr
Lake Stanley Baptist ChsA Ready To Creel 'Ford Co.
Rev. Harold R. Padgett COASTAL FLORIDA

;Woar Store n. Wi e Department Henry Koerfceu- "
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church RITZ THEATRE Store YouR PURINA AL Electric
T. R. Padgett. Pastor Cooperative.
TW*tern Auto "OET MORE& OUT OF LIFE- Moore Pmithre Inc.
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: torn CfcrolyB-McCollcrugh of Ft.j-I[ Mrs. A. F. Bullard has returned!
Ronald Blue of Pensacola was Mrs. A. F Dullard, Sr., return- ARGYLE DOMEDEMONSTRATiON Walton was home for the week-]i home after spending several weeksin I
a business visitor here on Thurs- xl. home last after Ocala.
Wednesday en/1.
I l day. pending several weeks in Ocala. -'"
.lie was called to Montgomery on The Argyle Home Dtmonatra-
i : Jt1! ,Tonday of last week because of tion Club: mat: Monday, March 9,
: he sudden death of her sister, In the borne of Mrs.\ Henry Klein. 5 SPECIALS EVERY DAYI
'.>> irs. Maude Cummins Wood fine. The meeting was called to order
., { J 19 Mrs. Clyde Harbeson and Mrs. by the president, Mrs. Bobbie
Y 44t q. 11r Y ohn William Savage of Ebro Gillis. The minutes were read by I BURGER. Shake. Fries 52c
pent several days in Jackson- the Secretary, Mrs. Marvin Floyd!
,Ule last week. Mrs. Virginia Clark, the agent, I[
$ ;pi I' "l'":i J. V. LAWSON. OVNERWED.THUR.FRI. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Turner showed slides on the dangers of J DOG & SHAKE 31c
8 P and little son, Chuck, of Tallahassee pesticides and household poisonsin
> p. ;%4; k.l visited relatives here and at the home. Chuck Wagon Steak Fries And
Ft. Walton Beach last weekend. The meeting was adjourned. i ,
%.,.' : Miss Linda Scott of Pensacola, Delicious refreshments was servedby
'.. "' I a startling new experiencefrom spent Friday here. the hostess. The April meeting Shake 85
( f Regular -
"' 'k: '3I }Iif MARKROBSON. Mrs. Lyle Griswold and Mrs. will be in the home of Mrs. Roy
Bob Mead are spending several Comma
1lI&rfJ days in Jacksonville at a training .. SHAKES10 FLAVORS
s session for key clerical employees
fJ sV S of the Department of Public Welfare We Use Real Fruit In Our Flavors
ass:. We wish to thank all the people
.... I I who were so kind to us duringthe Drinks in Gallon Jug 80c
STEPHEN Mr. and. Mrs. Wallace Cobb of
3 DOLORES Nlcevllle: spent the weekend here' recent illness and death of We use Kraft Red Label hydrogenated all

BOYD HART with J11 .parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. our Our loved thanks one. for the flowers, I Vegetable Shortening.
Cn..s.os eoibn w De LUXE B. Cobb
cards and letters, the words of SPECIALS EVERY WEDNESDAY
Sister Monica Margaret left kindness and deeds shown. May I
SATURDAY Monday for New Hartford N. Y. God bless each and everyone is NEW ITEMS ON OUR MENU
after a visit here with her sisternIaw -
DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. E. If. Walker. our prayer. Family of Mexican Chili Burgers, Bar-B-Que

to i q a 3 Y?yyG 4 0, s f Mrs. Francis Bell of Dublin, Alfred Brown Plate and Real Root Beer..
Va., spent the weekend here wither

4I THE sister. Kemper,. Mrs.Jennings Hal Richardson.Mr. of Melbourne .- guest Miss over Mitzi the Mason weekend had Mildred as her TAKE OUT IS OUR SPECIALTY

.ye.LC&RI is here because of the illness Cotton. Both are students at FSU. Call TW 6-5861 .
of his mother, Mrs. W. K.
Canargyi ,Jennings.Mrs. several Mrs. days Aubrey last week McDonald in New spent Or- I I.J FREE MUSIC 7 P.M. 8 P.M.
y .
Adrlen Saturday
4 spent leans with her brother, who is in

4 faIBOONE i J BARBAmON[ [ STEYFORRSTl4CNNIUENIIN [ ( ( \ Robert in Tallahassee Rivard who with are Judynd attending the hospital there. U THE TIRED HOUSEWIFE'SBEST
Mrs. Janet Wesley spent Satur
..ff= : Fla. State University. This FRIEND
-EMORCXX.F.O was the annual Parents Weekend day In Fort Walton Beach on busi- .

at the university and was ness.Mrs.. Ethel Ellisor of Mobile, is t' C DRIVE IN
Announced PLUS
. Engagement I featured bv several performances KIN
-- ot the FSU Circus. visiting her sister, Mrs. A. G. I U 5 and DINER

Mr. and Mrs. Peter I,. Davis He is presently employed in FLIGHTOF Miss Gladys Rogers attended the Douglass here.
Mrs. and Mrs. I
Billy Wesley
of DeFuniak Springs, have announced Florala. wedding of her cousin Robbie i Tastee-Freez
Sam Rachels have returned from
the and The will, be held at THE Kay Strickland in Bonifay Sat.
engagement ap- wedding. Mashlvlle, Tenn., where they visited HIWAY 90 WESl . marriage of their dau- 7:00 at Northslde Baptist 'rday afternoon.
: p.m. LOST BALLOONIn Miss Hope Rashels. .- - - - - - - . .
ghter, Sylvia Joyce Williams to church March 27, 1064. -
Mr. Francis Morgan Johnson, son, A reception will be held at the ---
I of Mr. and Mrs. Houston O. home of the bride's grandparents Color
Johnson of Florala. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Martin, Marshall Thompson
The bride attended school at 504 West Orange Ave., DeFunlak MAW( 1 C&u 5) YOUR
Walton high school. The groom Springs invitations have been
attended school at Murphy high sent, but friends and relatives are SUN.MON.TUES.FRANK .
school in Mobile. invited HEADQUARTERS
W Womanless Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCants SINATRA. MARTIN { 1
of Fort Walton, spent the week-
Have you had .an evening of end in DeFpnlak with friends and ANITA URSULA FOR THE
fun lately? Well, we know where relatives. EKBERGANDRESSTECHNICOLOR
you can find one. Glendale School Miss Frances Louise Wise"Pensacola of
building 'on Saturday,. March 21, spent the weekend herewith M
at 7:30: P.M. when the Glendale! her parents, Mr.: and Mrs:
Chapter of Order of Eastern Star' D. H. Wise. r
presents "The Womanless Wed- Mrs. Henry,Koerber was a vlsi_
d'ng." Watch next weeks paper tor in Pensacola last week.
for names of cast. Mr. James Caswell of Freeport 0
Sec. Ethel Harrison spent Friday in Pcnsacola. EMfERPAPE$!
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilcox
Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Covell of and children of Nlceville, were
Pensacola. spent the weekend the guests of her parents, Mr.
here with his parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Oscar Wooten over the "dl'hi' l .
Mrs. Pat Covell. weekend. -
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month trans, wash '. wear
Television Payments $15.80 per
cotton. Full cut long 4" .
Automobile Payment $66.00 per month tris.Sizes 14% to 17 11"' _"

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guilty. Walton Men I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Pres. Johnson himself was apparently Garrett of Freeport; three daughters -
In Service Donna Kay Garrett, Joyce
. with THE BREEZE shocked by the acts of violence 'that have Garrett and an infant daughter na'yQJt"JsJI1II

DeFuniak Springs, Florida formed a pattern ever since the railway H. E. Weathers, chief para- born this past Saturday, all of
Published continued to operate in spite of the strikers. chute rigger. USN, son of Mrs: Mobile; one brother, Sebron Gar-
Every Thursday: at Harvey E. Weathers of Freeport, rett of Freeport; two sisters, Mrs.
DeFuniak Springs Florida Edward Ball, chairman of the railway, recently reported for duty to the Jeanette Omaslt, in Germany and
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area who was described as a member of the In- Naval School, Pre-Flight, Naval Mrs. Catherine Godwin of Portland -
terstate Commerce Commission belongingto Air Station. Pensacola, Fla. : Clary Funeral Home in
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico as The mission of the school Is charge. (
Second-Class Postage Paid another century, indicating where their preparing cadets for flight instruction 7 fle? pmmlnt s

H. C. STORRS, Publisher 1924-1963 sympathies lie, didn't have too much pa- and officer indoctrination. -

r ", HOWARD STORRS Editor. Publisher ,tience with the Com>inission. JAM rata s. AMWY
"The Interstate Commerce Commissionsent
SUBSCRIPTION: f Navy Lieutenant Jerry E. Gar-
Walton and Adjoining Counties-__$3.Oo Per Year a team to the derailment ten miles litz, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Edward .1W, Jvx Aw
Carlitz of Route 1, is participating ... I have found depend RAINBOW
I f Other .. __ south of St. Augustine" Ball said. "There you can on -
-- -------- $.1 :b0 per Year aboard the attack aircraft t ELECTRONICS INC. for fast and
i\ they were, standing in the middle of all carrier USS Kitty Hawk In a coordinated TERMITES itlw., ,. reasonable service on your television set.
.' Bible Verse that mess, wondering if it was caused by U.S.-NationalIst Chinese WORK ALL YEAR J They make house calls and will try to repair
Let favor be shown to the faulty maintenance-imagine that.. amphibious exercise called "Oper- I I : the set on the premises. But sometimes
wicked, yet ation Backpack"" being conductedoff a11 AROUND J it is necessary to carry the set to their
< will) he not learn righteousness: in the land We have said before, that with politics the coast of Taiwan. 4 well-equipped shop where modern testing

of uprightness will he deal unjustly, and being what it is, and there being more strik- Backpack is an exercise to test facilities are needed to run down the trou-

will not behold the majesty of the Lord.- ers than there are railway owners, in the readiness the amphibious of the capabilities forces of and the ble.

Isaiah 26:10 very,nature of things, the FEC couldln't look Seventh Fleet and the Nationalist p for th.sal.of your limn. You'll find MOM\ AND DAD'S RESTAUR

----oOo-------_- for too much help from government, but Chinese Navy. The exercise, with ANT'S relaxed unhurried atmosphere and
over 40,000 men and 140 units delicious attractively served food a marvel. '%-
Come Sleep! 0 Sleep, the certain knot of now perhaps they will get some help with participating will culminate in an ous respite from your hectic, ,fast-paced

peace, this action taken by the Governor and the amphibious assault on beaches of Eaton Real Estate & days. What food-Pizza, Lasagna, Ravioli, l.""U, ';,;
The baiting-place of wit, the balm of President, and the huge rewards that'"have southern Taiwan and will demon- your favorite steak-or seafood 'dish. So < "c;,, ,
woe, strate the effectiveness of the enjoy leisurely lunch or dinner here knowing '! ;. ; :
The poor mans wealth, the ,prisoner's release been offered for information.oOo United States Seventh Fleet to Insurance Agency you'llnever be rushed or hurried. j, + } ,

. ---- rapidly move a significant combat -
Th indifferent judge between the high and The Star Spangled Banner I force to a troubled area In AUTOMOBILE FIRE Put your best foot forward this spring by
,order to assist an ally. m kIng tracks right now for MILLER'S
low; We have all heard the old saw that if one INSURANCEBONDS the Family Shoe Store headquarters in this

With shield of proof shield me from out the could write the music for a nation he would- MR. D. O. GARRETT area for the finest shoes for men women,
press n't need to write the laws, or something or Mr. Donald Orval Garrett 31, It boys and girls. No Easter outfit is complete
died Monday) afternoon from injuries without new shoes and MILLERS has the
Of those whose fierce darts Despair at me other to that efffect, but we would like to sustained in an automobile We represent STROUT latest in spring fashions for the whole family -
r doth throw: be able to make a law-about apiece of mu- accident, near Niceville. Mr. Gar- in stock right now.

I 0 make in me those civil wars to cease sic-The Star Spangled Banner. We would, rett was a native of Freeport and REALTYIn
; for the past five had made :
years While talking to HENRY KOERBER out
I will tribute if we could, 'restrict :ltd I use to solemn Real Estate since 1900 -'
. good pay, if thou do so. or his home in Mobile. He was at HENRY KOERBER INC., I found out :
r Take thou of me smooth' pillows, sweetest patriotic occasions, and''not use it to start employed by the Bay Towing and it is not unusual to find eggs with two yokes
bed off something like the alleged heavyweightfight Dredging Company of Mobile. New Location in them, and once in a while an egg will
, Survivors} include his widow, Lake Stanley
A chamber deaf of noise and blind of light, the other night, or even baseball and Mrs. Lucille Garrett of Mobile; TW 6-4441 four contain yokes.threeyokes One thing and for on sure rare; all occasions of the, II l .

A rosy garland and a weary head: basketball games. A, poll,taken''not long ago A eggs that bear the famous "Henko'
And if these things, as being thine in right, indicated that 54 percent those questioned DeFuniak Springs, Fla. label contain at least one yoke and they're

Move not thy heavy grace, thou shalt in me, favored a change in our national anthem and Ornamental Ironwork "country fresh".

Livelier than elsewhere Stella's image see. we think this constant repitition at sportsis Shoo Located At GaskinAll ., .Say''' . -Dad. do you have to stand in
-Sir Philip Sidney a prime reason. Respect for it is lessened v'I- line in the mornings to shaver Well there's
-oQo every time it is played in tawdry circum- .really no 'reason for it. when it's so easy
First National to have FISHER HARbWARE
(; stances. There is that it does CO. installa
ems of Thought-Reform . no question second bathroom in your home. They
Reform only yourself, for in doing that have an awkward range and to the aver- Insurance Agency handle Kohler and Peerless pumbling fix-
you do everything.-Montaigne age person seems to be just about, unsing- tures and can install them for you. And
able, but if we weren't all forced to hearso they have easy, convenient terms too.
A man who reforms himself has contrib- many recordings of pipe organs or so-
There is Chevrolet-built truck for
uted his full share towards the reformationof pranes giving it at hockey games prize every
y BONDS AUTOMOBILE. FIRE job--even four-wheel-drive models. This is .+' x
his neighbor.-Norman Douglas fights and such, we might appreciate it especially useful to sportsmen and hunters,
more than we do. MARINE CASUALTY construction companies and timber and logging -
Work Ouarantecd industries. They come in 1.2 ton and .,,:;
There is no such thing ----oOo----- ;;:.
as reforming the Campbell WeldingRt. 3.4 ton models with pickup'! panel or carry.f. '"',
mass without reforming the individuals who Free Lawyers Not RequiredThe 3, Box 143, DcFunlak Spring, INSURANCE all bodys, 6's or V-8s. Find out all the fine l' ;};;;.
compose it.-Beecher supreme court has ruled that the stateis Florida Phone Florala 4-6891 First National Bank features from RIVARD CHEVROLET. f' ,

4 not always required to provide a free COMPANY. ,' ..t.

The reformer must be a hero at all points lawyer to penniless lawbreakers who retrying Whatever you dream of having eventually.
and he must have conquered himself before to get out of prison. Adopted by the it would probably take more cash than you
LADIES have right now to buy it. In fact, hard to
he-can conquer others.-Eddy supreme court last year, a rule requires that '
Introducing the newest Slant-O-Matic 600 Sewing fit into the budget. However, there is a
convicts seeking release from prison must Machine with the new Auto-Reel! way. Let FIRST NATIONAL HANK help
Every reform was once a private opinion. first go back to the court in which they No BOBBIN WINDER and no BOBBIN TENSION to i you set up a savings program that will not
-EmersonTomorrow were convicted to start release proceedings. ever again! JUST IN TIME for your SPRING SEWING adjust and it only help you Generous reach your,goal, but achieve
sooner. interest rates help sav-
(Walton county is one of the few countiesin TODAY.those EASTER FROCKS. PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR YOURS- ings grow.

I'll reform the fool does say; the state that has not been standing the
Today itself's too late; the wise did yesterday. cost of sending to Raiford for such prisonersas Call Ruth Burt your Singer Representative at Spring cleaning around the home can be
TW 6-3871 so much easier with a trip to CASEY'S IGA '
.-Franklin it has been held here that the state is FOODLINER. You'll find 't
by the _;\
-000--- responsible for getting the prisoners back, score soaps, sudsers, cleansers, polishes, ,
4 Possibly the Oldest Confederate: Monument. which seems to us a fair assumption. The waxes and almost any cleaning aid you t. c .

' Harry :Moore has written us as follows US Supreme Court, ruled in the Gideon case, WE BUY money think of.and You'll save on save foods time too save when steps you, canij',: :J:f'

about the Confederate monument which coming up from Bay county in Florida, that for cleaning aids at CASEY'S. ,

'I has for a great many years been a feature the state must provide free attorneys for SOFT HARDWOOD AND OAK At SERVICE DRUG

of our courthouse lawn: As you well know insolvent felons. ,(To date, they have not PINE PULPWOODContact the many things of which COMPANY they are ,proud one' of is

there in on the courthouse lawn a momnu- required this in misdemeanor cases, althoughthe 'the way in which they keep in contant con- I

ment to those who fought and died in the effort has been made.) Ever since then II discoveries lace with the of medical amazing advances In case and of '

War Between the States. Many of our ci- courts have been inundated by requests Hurtis Vaughan .illness, let the doctor decide on the medicine

izens, both older and teen-agers have never from prisoners in Railford that they be re- ,yon need and then take his prescription to
paid much mind to this monument nor even leased on the ground that they were sent TE 6-2477 or : SERVICE be DRUG COMPANY where it will
at'home at Red Bay "., filled with the exact drugs he orders.
knew what it stands for. away without counsel., ,

On this monument cut deep in the mar' This was before the Public Defender act or writ ---- Saturday morning I noticed my husband

ble, are the names of those who answered 'took effect in Florida. Since that time such in the garage making a list while going over

their country's roll call and paid with their defendants have been represented.Now LAIRD TIMBER COMPANYP. TERN his fishing AUTO gear.' ASSOCIATE Then he was STORE oft to where WES-

lives for the cause they thought best. the Florida supreme court has ruled O. Box 1908 they have a new supply of reels and rods, II'1: ,

On the other side of the monument ap- that "there 'Is no absolute organic right to Panama City, Florida tackle boxes, eights hooks flys, plugs and ; :
lures and fish
pears a poem also carved in marble. Thisto the assistance of a counsel at a< hearing on everything but scrapers.the fish In fact at ;you WESTERN can get

me i is a Rem and it is not marked as to a rule on momtion or on appeal from an ad- AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE. ",;

the author. Perhaps someone can give us verse ruling thereon.. The court'said it was

u clue to the author.-Harry Moore 'up to the lower court to determine whetherthe When you give flowers give the best
The Poem counsel for the convict It There are so many occasions when flowers
case required TAX ,ASSESSOR'SNOTICE are appreciated . when they are the most
When the spirit free deserts the body said a judge could decide the issues were II appropriate gift 1 you could choose. MCLEAN

As it must so simple a fair hearing.-coulte held with- FLORIST has them for anniversaries, gra-
ducationB, proms, birthdays, as well as the
What matters where the lifeless form out an attorney. occasions that call for an expression of sin
Dissolves itself again to dust, o ,) cere sympathy. When the occasion calls for
Twcre sweet indeed to close our eyes A friend of ours get'' with us the other flowers, call!-MCLEAN, FLORIST.

With those we cherish near, day about this colummsVMid< said every week The law requires that make Easter It'8 not a, bit too early to pick out flat.
And wafted upward by their sighs he vowed not to read Itt and then did, justto you .a outfit. ladles and I suggest that you
full return of all property owned by go to CARP'S now while fresh )
spring fashions
Soar to some calmer sphere, see what foolishness-cam.out with the are in abundance. -
k nut whether on the scaffold high next week. One of th. trou'-leawlth us, he you as January 1, 1963, to the Tax will look their dressed-up And besa"boys and with girls -
season '
Or in the battle van, told us, was that we 'are against every- Assessor at full cash value and any new outfits new in sto k at CARP'S You '

The fittest place a man can die thing. Well we got to thinking.of all those other exemptions you may be en- knot in. I my Just new emn't sportswear walt for an from ex CARP'S.uleto;deck

Is when he dies for man. things we are in favor of and even heartily titled to.Make.

This monument believed to be the first rpprove: Cats, dogs, birds friends, relatives .no'heat . no excessive fumes
erected in the South as a memorial to those families sunrises sunsets, walking your returns from January convenient cooking appliance
lots in this ar, is a narrow shaft toppedby '.....lte:., boats, fishing, books records, spring, 1, 1964, through March 31, 1964. *. talking?8?, most about modern automatic Caloric
a new
a hand pointing skyward. It was put up rummer, fall, winter, fog, sunshine, breezes The law requires that for home- display at WEST FLORIDA
at Knox Hill in 1871 and later moved here. ..
shadows, moonlight sunshine, working, stead ? .of course. See John White
exemption your deed or con- : designed
-- flowers
playing, magazines, newspapers :
tract for title must be terms can be arranged -
on record at'
Belated Action : sports on television and radio, sleep .

After more than 200 acts of violence ing, waking, dreaming, pictures, grass per- the time of claiming: exemptions.,_ When you dloasv.r that tires
committed against the Florida East Coast fumes, schools colleges, trees, l leaves, ferns, recaping YOU wont be without treadles)
I 'railway, including two dynamitings whilePres. "':-we could think of a thousand things right HUBERT ADKINSONTax tires WHEAT long! when,von entrust the- Job-
s' Johnson was in Florida to set off the TIRE SERVICE. In' feet, you will
now that we are not against at all. Assessor only be without the use of
blast inaugurating work on the cross-state . your car one II
---oOo Walton dar or maybe' you'll be at work and
+ barge canal, Gov. Bryant has come out Philosophy-A route of many roads lead- County, Florida '''wheel miss ba..dD.the. ear at' mL! One day service '_
1 twanteed to be In
with strong words directed against those
ing from nowhere to nothing. Ambrose Bierce -in fad aD II!" fa .guaranteed, at ,
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12 James Harris Oermanese
1963 Const No Rn A PV Authority 2.2S. Nol pros I

June I 0 Joseph M -28Sk&ne. B 1dwln. Dep. Sherttf Disorderly conduct 2.084 $2500 or 30 days.
Dale Wtlllam Day R. L. LOWEST/ PRICE EVER
: Dal William Day Anderson Kelly Wild Ltfe Officer Ftehlna .Ithout I108n. 2.-84 .30 00 cuh bond estreated.
W M A.17 Sheriff Reckless drl"IDa 2.-84 82S.UO cash bond estreated.

Sept. 80041 8Sherefn.ld; Baldwin Sheriff Running atop sign 2.-84 823.00 cash bond estreated. ABC FENCE IND.

11 Mack Ware Shaw
W M A-80; Oermanoao Conet Im p. Daring 2.084 . 35.00 cash bond retreated
II Valde WWIama Largest Independent' Retailer of Chain Link
McDanlel FliP No valid ., 25.00 cash bond estreated.
0 F A-49 driven license 2.084
fence in the U.S.A..
Oct 11 Buck Miller Ree D VY... DC p. Sheriff No I $23 OO cash bond estreated.
tag 2.7084
W M A-49 in DeFuniak Springs! Contact I). S. Ellisiu-
23 oW1 I Js UneterwOOd Csswell Dtop. Sheriff Po.aIon of moonshine 2.7-e.. (73.OO cash bond p.treated.No. OR

.,. 3 w la A 2A1fnd S1nunon. Pfeiffer, FliP Leaving scene of accident 2.084. .. 83O.OO cash bond estreated. Call Collect CII 3-1023:

8 Marvin E. I"orthman" McDaniel FHP 2.7084' $2500 cash bond estreated.
W M A-20 Rl.'Ckedrlvlna W-W For Free Estimate

8 W Cecil M f.u.'rhOmp80n McDaniel FlIP Imprc..per passing meeting trafflO 2.24.64. .,. 23.OO cosh bond e.treated.1M3 ..... ---..

No. 10wA1 M t ntflph: Ml'Cail Pfetffer FliP Drl"lna on wrong aide of road 1.10.84 _. $23.00 or 30 days. 1P\f Tit E CIRCUIT COURT OP Angus O. Andrews
WALTON COUNTY. FI.ORtDA Campbell A; Andrews
15 Harold'. J. Foreman ReSp1. Dtop. Shertrf Worthle.. check a-I.M Make restitution & pay 23.0O or 30 IN CHANCERY NO. 8M P. O. Box 328
M A 7 day. CURTIS a. RAY DeFuniak" prlnnn. Fla.
Ulw WIlllle V. Sellers Mlles. Con.t. Unlawful speed a-4-et $23.uu: cash bond estreated. .- Plaintiff. 4t. Mar

17 Lets Ar.elon: Weatherford McDaniel, FLIP Parktng. on highway !.7-64 I $123.04 rash bond estreated. ELMA RAY. NOTICE OF APPI.1('.tT10N
W M Defendant. FOR TAX I>KKIHre.
17 Mark Mack Shows McDaniel FHP Recklea. driving a.'.... :: $25.00 cash bond estreated. NOTICE TO APPEAR 1l4.18.! F.6.
22wDo'2rlra; Stanley Bowden FHP Lending license to another :t-7-et' $23.0O cash bond eatrnted.22wJ Sworn complaint bavins been filed In Robert Pentrl. the holder of the! following -
this cause of action entltlln the plswi- certificates has filed said. certificates -
-.3.3tePhena ((Sttwsrt Fiddler FHP Improper In no paulnl tons' a.7-M $25.00 cash bond estreated. tlff to this notice, you are hereby notified for a tax deed to he Issued,
M that suit has been. filed against thereon. The certflcate numbers and
a2w Daniel Rae King I Pfetffer FHP Driving on wrong ald. of road $23.0O cash bond e.treat..d.a3 you In the above" named Court by the years of Issuance, the description of
M A-49 above named plaintiff the nature of the property: and the names tn which
Pedro Antrol VUlrUel&, Jr. Hunt, FHP N V D L a.7-M $33.00 cash bond estreated. which Is an _kin for divorce and it was. assessed are an follow.. ,
W M A.24 .... you are hereby notified and requiredto Certificate No. 78; Year of Issuance
24 James Thomas Pfetffer FHP Unlawful speed a.7" $23.00 cash bond estreated. to serve upon the attorney of record 1958; Description of Property Lots 14 AiIS
w M A.20 y for th w uaOrAndrews.Abell . Block H Puts Bay shore 8-D of
30 Au.phua MU. Richardson Dtop. Sheriff Dank 2"T-44. $23.00 cash bond estreated. Andrews. p. o. Box 326. BVt of BWU\ Section 2. Township 2
W M A.20 DeFuniak Springs. Florida, a copy of tk: >uth. Range 19 West Name In which
Dec. 4 Charle. .J!:. Paulk Pfeifer, FHP .. Improper brakes 3-3.64. $23.OO cash bond estreated. your answer or written defenses If assessed Luther Brown Jr.
W M A.27 any to the complaint In said cause All of said property being! In the
e Michael A. R.lchert Pfeifer FHP No valid driven ltc.11M t-3-U' 4 $23.0O cash bond estreated. and file In the original of sues na- County of Walton. state of Florida.
W M A.23 wer or written defenses with the Clerk Unless such certificate or ccrtlf< utes
7 I.oHglo J.Jara McDaniel FHP N V D L 3-3-64. $25.00 cash bond estrested. of the Circuit Court of Walton County shall be redeemed according to law
W M Florida at DeFuniak Bring. Florida on the property: described in such certificate
S Marvin Othia OreeD Baldwin Dep. Sheriff R.D on wrong side of road a.3-M $23.00 cuh bon destreated. orT before the April. I or certificates. will be sold to
o M A.2:1: t'J'J! : notice shall be published once the highest bidder at the court house
1063 .: J" each week for four'consecutive weeks door on the first Monday In Month
D.0. 8 8altsman Con.t. log book 2.s-: \.' $33.00 cash bond estreated. In The DeFuniak" Herald a .weekly' of April. 164. which In the 6tb day
W MIA28tiler newspaper published Walton Coun of April, 1064 at 1:30: P M.
10 Santl.go Juarez Garcia Pfelffer FHP Allowing an uDauthorir.ed person M. a.3084 $33.00 cash bond ...treated.W ty. Florida. Dated this 2nd dRY of Marsh 100...
M A.28 drive 0-13-63 Witness my: hand and of fioHil seal E. LEO ANDRKW8
10 Paul 00063.195 McDanl. FHP N V D L 2-S-et. $2S.OO oaah bond estreated.' this 28th day of. ru.'l5.t. 1B04.B. By Eva L. Itciilroe. D C.
Ilex M A-17 LEO Clerk of Circuit, Court of
II Buck Holmes Pfelffer FlIP N V D L I....... $23.00 cash bond estrcateJ.Relessed (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court Walton County. Florida
M A-2S Walton County. Florida 4tsterS.12.10.28
llW Woodrow; Berry Baltsman Con.t. Vagrancy 2.27.64. to US Marshal
0)4.4-18 .
11 Gerald Hulls McDaniel Flip Improper pawing meeting oncomt8gi' 2-'.... $23.00 cash bond ..tNate:.!. -
W M A.26 traUloII
Vernon D. Boone. .Jr. Saltsman, Con.t. Pa sin In front of oncoming a.2O-M 23.00 cash bond estreated.

12o W n:Garrett 26 Caswell, FHP Drunk traff Q a-S...." $25.00 cash bond eatroated.W NANCY'S
M A.i .,
12 Edward 1"". Austin Saltsman Const. Improper D. L. 2.,.... $39.00 cash bond estreated.

13 W Oeorge M A-35 O. Ernest Reaprellll Dep. Sheltff Drunk 2-5... $25.00 cash bond retreated.W .
M A-7
14. W Harry M A-I3 John: W.ll. McDaniel FHP Vnawful speed 2"rf-My. 25.00 cash bond estreated. will be open on Saturdays beginning .

IS Charles Otto Brown Pfetffer FlIP Violating of reatrlctlona 2-1S.... $25.00 or 30 days
W M A Feb. 29 8:00: A.M.-l P.M.
IS Rudolph W111iama McDaniel FHP Parking on highway' 3-7-41 25.00 cash bond ,

Pfeiffer Pup Violation of right ot way 2.10.84'4 $35.00 or 30 days.
W M A.23IH3Dec.

15 Joseph Grant Pfelfter FliP No valid drivers license 2.1.0-" Cane' dismissed Subject: hal valid -:.;, ." 4. -
DL B 1143112.
ht A-23
I'WR u George Rock Pfelffer FlIP Failed to hays vertele tinder control 1.3.... $2'.00 cash bond estreated.

I'W Robin .George Rock Pfelffer FlIP Failed to 1(1v. 'Imm.ecllate report :ot -- 2..C. $23.O cash bond ...lroutcd.W rasa

18 Boris M A.18(Nmon.) McGuire FHP Vnawful accident speed 2.I-M: .. .3500 euh bond .ttel\ted. .
19 Linden D. 8need Anderson. Sheriff Disorderly conduct 2.-M / .::10.00 cash bond .tu'atert. _
Get Finn Gup
20 WihanI Patterson GOOdrIch Pfelffer FHP N V D L !4.6.. ,, $::11.00 cash bond e&lNatlJ.!

W'M"ra A-42 H. Mesa PfeUfer. FHP '! V'V L 24-et e.;;' $23.00 cash bond Ml. os lIIeSAYDIGS

aoW L1 Mda-Joyce Small Reapr.IIII, De D. Shertrf Pet larceny a-a... '1 $30.00: ()( cash bond ". .

aoW F A-16 N V D L (OO)( cash bond
Lloyd Edward: sanden Pfeiffer. Flip 2.7.84 $23 estreated. HABIT

aoWV M e A-22 H. Blanquls McDaniel FlIP Allowing I an unautholtnd person to a.3.M $23.00()( cash bond e.treated.a1 .
M A-23 drive
a1 John Mason.. Jr. Reaprea. DPP. SherUf Dr- a.T.M $23.00 cash bond estreated.

aiM W nl:.Ma. Mason Resproes, Dep. Sheriff Dr- a.3.M $23.00 cash bond p.tI'f'Rt..t.aIWJh .
'e and Start
: E. Clayton Jr McDaniel, PUP Improper; passing while meeting one a.3-et 25.00 cash bond esttenteil. ,. -
A- .
coming traffic.
12 W Robert 2t B.xter McDaneo. FHP Speed too great for condltlons. drink- a-3-M.,' $3S.OO cash bond e.troittej..

M W A-2 108h843 . 4"COanecttng9
Baxter 'McDaniel, FlIP Fetlure to give immediate notice ot a.-M $33.DO cuh bond est.'entcd. S
Rob.rt :
22 .2Z accident, drinking
22 W Whl11e ii Pace Baldwin, Dep: Sheriff Improper tag 2-5.64. Nol pro.

0 M A-7 McDaniel PUP If V D L Drinking I- -M $33.00 cash bond entreated..
22 Robert A. Baxter.

22 M Robert W A-22 Ella BeabontW 'McDaniel FHP Improper passing on hit! 2.3-61 $23.00 cash bond esticntuJ.entreated.

12 Presley M ''Recd Scurloolt McDaniel FlIP Allowing drive an uaauthorlsod person M a-T084 $33.00 cash bond Even if yon can't eats much at

UW David M -C Btu Respreos. Dep Sheriff! No 'yal1et tag .' .'-M $23.00 cash bond estreated a time, your "batting average"

WRrym ;; OSm.1th Smith FHP Drlvlns while license revoked .,I.-M $30.00 cash bond eutnmtttdestreated
for plans realized can improve. Just get into
atW M A-33= Smith PUP Driving on' wrung side of rued' I.T084 .: $25.00 cash bond .
Raymond Smith the of here with
swing saving regularly us.
24wWM lt-3 3J. Poche Smith PUP Speed too areat for oondltion.4 1.a5-M $23.00, cash bond estreated

:- M Richard A'O T. Johnson McDaniel FlIP .;.. Unlawful speed .' 2.3084 $23 00 cash bond estreated It's up ,to you: "You're Up" every payday I IHurt's

a.W M A-67 MoI>anlel.. FlIP 'Unlawful speed 2.084 (30.00 cuh bond estreated.W .
Oene Dale Freeman .. _.
W M A.7 McDaniel FlIP ., Improper passing meeting onoornheg .
as Vernon E. Snow traffic a.'.... $2900 cash bond entree tod
li A-43 . netting qiltt nlte haying Money In the Bank!
aTW Olin. Garrett R.eepreN. Dep. Sb.erift Disorderly conduct .' 2.8.04 $23.00 or. 30 day.

17 W Charles M A-7 J. Patton felffer. FlIP ": Allowing u-a.person to cIrt"'c .. 1.2 $2900 cash bond estreated.Restitution .

W M A.5B '. ,r't...

R:: 28 E. J. Hall Reaprea Dep. Sheriff! Worthless .check .. " 2.t..,... ..... !,treated. made it $3000 cash bond CAWTHON STATE BANKMember

21W NM bot;: E. 'Zorn Baltaman Conat. Unlawful,! speed 3.7-4 39.OO= cash bond estreated. '

2DW Thomu 9 S. Reynolds Saitantan Oon.t. No valid driven license 2-3.4' ..00 cuh bond eetreated. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

W : A-18 Folka Pfeiffer. FlIP Improper passing OD bill 2.'.... $33.00 cash bond estreated. t

2D wed .-t y s :H6iFd1AR1>< al!>rIM.'. FLORIDA
eN. Reynolds Pf.lffer. FlIP Allowing u-a person 'to drt. 2.084 't. ..00 ash bond estreated.
28 James E. Tedd.r Richardson Dep. Sheriff! No valid driven llcen. a-M-M Subject has valid<< DL-Case closed Or _
_... .
W M A-30 -"'-
'I Raymond Johnson Sateman Oon.t. Disorderly conduct l4I1' ... $38.00= cash bond estreated.

31 W Edward s& A 7 R. Matter McDaniel. FHP DrI.lng too fast for _nellt.tofts. 2.'.... $39M cash bond estreated. ...... ."

W M A-23 (.Ble.t) ? t 1

1064Jan..a ..Harlan R. Anderson UicDaDlel. FlIP ": .! N V D L ,. !-!.84'. $38.00 cash bond etreated.W : .

2 Lee M Cea A-30 n Candate K11patrick FlIP Unlawful 'speedy. a-,... $91.00 _h bond y
s : -
a B.e61e' -Ulteraon OIalpeppeP McDanleJ. FlIP ...N V D L40 2-7-M ... $ a.oo cash bond atroatsd.w .

a ped! 1tllllman.: .Jr. McDaniel FlIP z M.V'D'L. ".,' .. :2.54 84 $ a.oo ash bond HERE'S TO OUR ti art

W 1Bdred M A-50 Moody w.ldftI MCDaDI. FlIP N Y"D.L'. .: ?:: 2-ts-M $ ..OO ash bond ...treated.I FAITHFULMAILMEN '

w A-48 DepSberttt 'Drunk ,', 1- :::;"N: ;- 24t-M c a;. '. ..
: lr. J, t7artett R1Cbal'dao '';'r: : $21.00 'cash bond estreated.:
WMA .j I.

::. (nmn l ,Madden U'cDanI.1. FlIP .': : !"V'D'r. +;.t.: 24e-M' r $ '.OO cash bond estreated.99.0O .

3W 3 Michael M A 3T K. j JlamUton Pfeiffer FHP .e r:J .. Mo'.valid drl".ra llcenve5/: '..; 2...... cub bond estreated. y 4 l

w M A i2c. llamUton t" Cnlawful .speed 2.....'.
3 Michael Pfeiffer FlIP :, $ S.OO cuh bond estreated.
W M A-20 .
4 AlfonsO Davis Baldwin Dep Sheriff'! Improper tag 1.20-e4 Subject had valid tag.
al A.84
Wetter A. Schwa tS, Pf.ttfer. FlIP N V V L a...... Subject has valid drivers license
w M A.22 Ctee closed. l ns
4 Robert R. Kennel Kilpatrick. FlIP Improper turn from direct: ..... !.241 $29.OO cash bond estreated.

e W Jame.M Av.3Tatwn Pf.I.if.r, FHP Driving on wrong side ot road a.2s-M $100.00 cuh bond estreated.W .
M A40e .
Janes V Tatum Pfeiffer. FHP Drhlnl whU. 1Ioense .vbied' 2.2S-M' $100.OO 'eash bond estreated.w .

Herbert M A-40 yaircbfd K11patttek. FlIP Allowingu-a peraoa't0 ........ 7.34-60': $39.00 cash bond
7 estreated.
M A-48 Thanks to their traditional sense of servIce -
T w Robert Earl Graves KUpatrick. JI'ItP No valid driven l1e_ 2...... ._ $29.00'cash bond estreated.
M A-22 { and responsibility you can
C ": ,
PEP No valid driven license _
: 7 Booker T. Jtarper Kllpatrlell: 3.21-N $29.00 cash bond utr..ted.

7 OO g -2J.} Hinton Kilpatrick FHP No valid drivers 'n- 2.2...... $39.00 'cash bond ...treatad.i count on our American mailmen to deliver

. 7 0 Robert) A-23 3. James 11patrlCk, FlIP No valid driven llcensl-'' 24fo4ot ,. 29.0O cash bond estreated. the mall-regardless of the weather!

:. "-: .. .... 9 WM B.fael -Trevino McDaniel Flip N V V L 2.26-M ..00 cub bond estreated.$190.0O Also, you can safely save a lot of time

.:: yes, 56, A.UI .
and effort banking by mall-using your
'It" 1844 Howell R..preu. Dep. Sheriff! DrI"lnl wh11. Intoxicated
'" met Alvin cash bond<< estreated.
: _. g 11
i M, A-s2 nearest mailbox at any hour on any day
f- SOW James -R3 Stull ealteman! CoDat. DrlYlnl Dlawfu1lJ' 011 -C aide 2.H-H $33OOO cub bond estreated.

, '' A JtoD McDaniel, FlIP Unlatyf d'speed : 'r 1 .t! 141"-! .. in any weather.
?7 : ;: 'so Hun }t $13.00 or 30 days.

: 1sCJU JIa'KUpatrick.. FlIP If V D L . "l"a.......
Aa8K WelU r. $19.00 cash bond _trea!ed.'I" Bank here. . by mail . regularly 1
W M McDaniel, PEP If V V L .
., 10 TTroma. A. tank .' l-24.84" $ S.OO cub bond estrested.
">" '. A53f ..
''i w. M Pf.Ufer. FlIP Unlawful speed ,'.. 2-35.44 I
. DIauahlnll
.- 10 1bmu $33 00 cub bond estrested.
;;. .... 10Wltunno JunIor Radrt a Pfeiffer, PUP r'\".'= '-cif .V, D L.'. :..., "f'u.: ... $29.0O, 1 {
1".. .. ,. .. G $! cub bond ...trted.e. .
. e .. W M A.IT Oermanese. coe t le .Unlawful speed yygs{ yea H HMember
1tWH 11 One!t.0 f:P1onnn D p. Sheriff .' Drunk a-M-M $23.00 bond estreated. THE; BANK{

;: ItWDP 1. oberbeck Salta Dan. CoD./,. '. ...-: i-" ..--nlawful: spew ": 1'.i > .. 2-.... '..;l PI.OO.b bond ..trt .
: . -' .. ..
: A :
; , 12W Teerrv7 Long wutmalaud Pf.Uf. PUP '.. : : If'V D'L' 1-2Wt : $23.00 cash bond estreated. Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationVO
t. A-22 s
: ;: 12W Sattemaa 00Ad. 0' "" 'P Drivingttoo fu4 forerDb6KiNwt{ 8/-N 'c
: . ChN'lL.. caappeU' ." "I.1 M1 _.00 eash bond estreated., .... f
c M, A-33 .
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t INFANT SPENCE Art Show ScheduledAt House Wednesday, March 18 at GEORGE---II NORTONMr. son, Frank: Norton both of DeF MESSAGE OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chesser attended -
I Club House WednesdayYou 3:30: P.M. \ nlak SrII1p. a Farm Bureau meeting In
Would like to take this methodof Bonifay on Tuesday night.
78, of
Graveside funeral services were Mrs. Ann Johnson of Fort Wal- George Norton age Mr. Norton was a native of thanking the doctors, nurses Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Preacherare
March 8, 1964 are urged to attend the Route 2, passed away unexpectedly -
conducted Sunday ton Beach is chairman. had been residentof
: Mrs. Daw- Michigan a and others o f the staff at the spending several day in NewOrleans.
Art show the Wo- March 8, 1961
the infant daughter oft sponsored by Sunday morning
3:00 ,
at : son Copeland co-chairman. Come DeFuniak Springs for the past Walton county Hospital who wereso .
of man's Club at the W man's Club at his
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Spence and enjoy the art display, there 20 ;years. nice and kind to me while I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banks, Billy
Milton, at South Wide Baptist will be many exhibits by local Mr. Norton Is survived by his was a patient there. Also my many and John Henry of Panama City,
churrh: near DeFuniak .Srings talent also sculpture and ceramic. widow, Mrs. Anna Norton; oneHALF Funeral services were conducted friends who were so thoughtful. were guests Sunday in the How-
The infant passed away early Program in charge of Mrs. Alex Thursday afternoon at 3:00: from Mrs. M. M. KilpatrickMrs. ard Banks home.
in a Milton hos- I the chaptel of the Clary Funeral .
Sunday morning Caswell. Hostess for the afternoonto i Mrs. Bert McCall spent several
It WJE Home I with the Rev. Cary Richards *
pital. welcome will beMrs.
you Elizabeth Bishop and Mrs.' days last week with Mr. and
Officiating was the Rev. Ivan h W. D. Cawthon Mrs. Roy Sylvester officiating. Burial followed in June Adair were shopping in Mrs. Robert McCall in Fort Wal-
Martin. Other survivors Include Mrs. Howell Jones, Miss Anna the Magnolia Cemetery. Pensacola on Saturday. ton Beach.
the material grandparents,Mr.and Parish, Mrs. Morris McCracken, -- --- --- ---
Mrs. Oscar Brannon of DeFuniak Mrs. R. G. Johnson and Mrs. EI- I
. Springs, and paternal grandparent lery H. Harvey. ,; -
V Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Spence, also
of DeFuniak Springs. Clary Funeral + b b Rev. Richard Bludworth is SIZES
i Home was in charge of ar- ct $ running a revival this week at r FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND
I rangements. 't Pleasant Grove Batist church.
I I Mr. Raymond Sanderson of
Bonifay was a business visitor
s makeyou
here Saturday.Mrs.. M O.. Warren, Sr. spent I N. A. DIXON
Thursday In Pensacola.
p I .9tpMa; ? Well Driller
I specialize in 2, 3 and 4 in. wells. look Rexall
., For The j Rotary equipment. Call 535-2048. twice DrugsCosmetics

BRIGHTESTRoofing Vernon, FloridaDr.

Idea in ...
Years Here'a tableful of real hones. J. L. Anderson i

Put> a "cool" barrier of The biff get-up-and-go, do-any- announces the opening of his
gleaming bright liquid Joballyear'roxindVheelHorse} office for the Practice of Op-
-, aluminum between your lawn and garden tractor.There's tometry in all its phases. Eyes Gifts All Occassion Cards
l' roof and the sun with the examined, glasses and contact GOFF'SReadyToWear
', original nL V nLEAl<'" a choice of engine all lenses prescribed.
-made with Reynolds the way 10 full hone- Office mour:
Metals Company Aluminum power. Cut the biggest lawn, Monday through Saturday Phone TW 4-2281
: Your roof 8:00: A.M. to 5:00: P.M.
till the biggest garden.push P.M.
(Open Thursday )
f represents a 20% to 40% Closed all day Thursday
heat factor. SILVERLEAF' aside the biggest layer of snow 602 North Main St. TW 652210- N. 9th St. DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA
will reduce "on the roof" -with Wheel Horse all-geared Phone MU 2.4014
\ temperature over 30 power Over 20 quickattachingtools. : CrestvJew Florida .
4 degrees Precision engineered,
You can save on air .
conditioning costs. For quality buIlt-Wheelllorse hasa jpOpgOOfjOOOJOOflUfjOOPOOOTOTAL"' "' ( )O' "''I n

some buildings .track record never equaled.Get .
SILVERLEAF eliminatesthe a Wheel Horse for yourself.
need for air Anything else Is second best.'
conditioning. In all cases, PERFORMANCE
it completely waterproofs. GET A HORSE!

Write (Wfe.*l Bor..of eo.....)
G. Willhous SERVICE

Blue Mtn.Florida, -Pt., Washington 32454 I 902'Repairs-Live All Oak on work all Ave.garnnteed makes Ph. TW of 48151 lawnmowers Wl N. N ERS..DRI. VE 'EM.I Ic. '


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How Ford racing helps bring you .
SHAKES. vanilla & choc. 15c Ford's enjoying one of the greatest winning streaks a better car: Automotive engineers .
will tell you the track is a ,
DRINKS 8c in racing history-outscoring competition almost 2 to 1 valuable laboratory. For example, ,.
in NASCAR-sanctioned stock-car racing alone/! Ford racing has led to a better ..
4 ; TAKE OUT IS OUR SPECIALTY block,improved pistons,improved ,
And that's only I one aspect of the exciting Big change in Ford i! valve train, stronger connecting '

Call TW 6-5861 You just have to drive one yourself to discover how silently rods and bolts. Such improve :''.,

I FREE MUSIC 7 P.M. S P.M. a Ford rides, how deftly handles, how eagerly it responds!i ance-entscontrJbutetototallerform'wh in your everyday driving.? ( .t'

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Over 30,000 burgers sold since July 63 .

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HIWAY Tastee-Freez 90 WEST 2O7 West- Nelson Avenue DeFuniak Springs, Florida ..
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| wish to acknowledge the Opportunity for causes person with vacancy. four rooms. gas heat and air conditioning furnished apt. upstairs. Mrs.: Mon- ']to XT. S. 98 and Blue Mountain ,to Wise Groc Store on 7th St house on Arcadia Street. Five
fection in which our loved one to supply demand for car Phone TW 6-2151 roe Prescott, 205 E Nelson Ph Road, asking:. $350 acre, good Suitable for office, electrical shop, rooms and bath, screened front
Rawleleh ''
lid by everyone, that was Products in Walton COURT. Wo Mar 5.12pd: 6-0331. sllchgtf.I tt-rtns. Adalyn Pom.ry, 416 South. I restaurant, etc.: See or call Mrs. and back porch. See Mrs. E. H. I
[ by the beautiful flowersd I!Osceola St.. Orlando, Fla. R. L. Turner, 6 Nelson
own capital FOR Ave.
needed Write Rawleleh SALE: ALLSTATE Motor FOR SALE-HOUSE ON cornerlot I I I Ree'e at 311 12th St. or call TW
the condolences of words and FAC40201. Memphis, Tenn. scooter, 1962 model. Good condi- five rooms and bath $4500.00. ,,2:27,3:5,12,19chC.: : 227; chg. 8-9996.! ltpd.I .
layers, most of all your pre- Mar 51926. tion, a real bargain Call TW 4- 101 Bruce Avenue, Phone TW 4- I r..__..... - ----
Also for the food, we shall
nce. 2041. I .I.
3:12: 19pd 8841. tf 3-12 I
[ case we have missed somee Cold Waves $5.00 and up FURNISHED APT. FOR RENT: WANTED: 60 TO 120 ACRES
our gratitude of love goes out Shampoo & Set 1.50 and 2.00 Strictly private. Mrs. Curtis Bishop good farm land, at least half under I YOUR NEW
the many friends and relatives Hair Cuts 1.00 208 Florence St., Ph. TW plow. Three bedroom house. If : STATE SENATOR
the dark hours of the loss! Elizabeth's Beauty 8alon 6-9836. Itchg farm is listed, write anyway
our dear Husband and Father Downtown-5th & Baldwin Would not object if most of farmIs
[May God bless you all is our Phone TW 6-3141 6tfchg: FOR SALE: TWO BEDROOM big pine. Eugene Scoville, 3624

yers. The Family of CASH FOR LATE MODELcars pink stucco on Mexico cottage Beach, fully near Panama furnished -- Minn.Roosevelt, 55418.SALESMEN St... N. E. Minneapolis What Kind{ Of A Man Should He Be?

1958 models City. Will sacrifice for $6,500.
up. Buying for j
H.O. (Jack) Hall
Eastern and Miami markets. If Only $500 down, balance easy. WANTED: MAN
you have a used car to sell, call Privately owned. TW 6-9601 for wanted to supply Rawlelgh Products I He should
Mrs. Cecil Mason was a visitor x" be free
James information. a man -
Friday. Hussey, TE 6.2271-8 s.en. tchg to consumers in S. Walton
Panama City on till 5.30: pjn. 12:3lpd ATTENTION: LOGGERS AND county or DeF uniak Springs. Good! Q above the demands and pres-
FOR SALE: WATER FRONTts I time to start. No capital required'
and wooded in lots. On land FOR RENT: 100 ACRES Crop. timber owners. We pay the top Write Rawleigh FAC-4-815, Mem- sures of any political clique -
cheap. United Farm Agency,! prices for hardwood logs and
hoctawhatchee Bay, located on phis, Tenn. Marl2.26Apr9.23pd
: Phone TM 4-7831. timber. Free estimates. '
kaloosa-Walton county lee In 2:13: tfchg JACKSON responsible to the people his
VENEER CO. INC., Laurel :Hill, "
Ula Tasso A. C. Howe, Rt. 1 FOR SALE: BACK LAKE. conscience and God for
Fla. own
I 2195 days, or Louis Large three rooms and bath. 12 ,
Tasso Niceville
Villa ,
ox 259, Masonry home, 4 acres landscaped
Lowery, 4-3825, Ala.
Florala Orange Ave. $35.00 per month.
800 ft. lakefront. The finest actions . .
FOR RENT: UNFURNISHED residential nights. 12tfchz.: 3:12 tfchg.

_wer, 4-Large Rooms & Bath. Ful price,location$22, Immediate North Florida FOR SALE: THOROUGHBRED WANTED 14' FIBER. Ji
|2 Orange. Herman Miner. Jan26tf pos- TO BUY: He should know and feel the
session. C. A. Porter, 3227 N. Guernsey milk cow, heifer calf glass boat. 14.18 h.p. motor and '
FOR RENT: LARGE DOWN. Orange Ave. Orlando Fla. Ph. three weeks old. Extra good milk trailer. Ph. TW 6-3791 after 5 ,* problems of working people,
irs apartment. Inqure at 311 425-3066. 3:5,12chg.FOR : cow. See Ruth McLean. 121tchg: p.m. s
:ircle .Drive. 3-4 i1 give his time and energy to
: Modern Two Bed.loom FOR SALE: ONE ELECTRIC
home about four years old, spring cleaning of your septic cutawayguitarand amplifier. know their language, willing to
with all utilities on paved street I tank and grease traps. Cook's Phone TW 4-4648. Itpd
LOOK AT WHAT'SHAPPENING and large lot. Handy to the new Septic Tank Service, phone TW give his time and energy to

TO Fairchlld's Plant in Crestview. 6-7031. 2tpd,1219FOR them as their elected public
Write Box 584 or call MU 2-3983 BEDS
YOUR BLACKTOP! Crestview. MarSpd with mattresses. Ph. TW 48701. servant. .

Double its life with intersection of Bob Sikes Locationat and II He should be especially concerned about our children

ParkKing Freeport repairs Roads.also free Free pick estimateson up and WANTEDPart and the educational facilities molding them into adults

delivery. JOE WALLS BUSINESS -their teachers and their financial needs and necessary -
MACHINES Sales and Service.
Siliconized Blacktop Ph. TW 6-4141. TimeRepresentative morals . .
CoatingLow By: M. O. "Buddy" Warren

FOR SALE: as..ACRE FARM . . ,. He should be keenly aware of and.concerned about thedistrict's
in cost t Save with three bedroom house. Located Earn Extra CashRepresenting
Nutrition, .
often confused senior citizens their unique problems and
Darlington-Gaskin ,
it yourself! Stops ravages on Road the largest with dietetics, is-'tne study of
of. water heat, freezing, 1-4 mile north of Gaskin School. Independent Retailer of. how. foods. once consumed, hardships .
gasoline and oil! Cracks Contact E. W. White, same address Chain Link Fence in the affect your toeing? WuTrtt'on! I .
and pits filled permanently 2-27,3: ,12.pd. U. S. A. Is a personal*tter and often He should have the time for the job not engaged in

Improves appearance! JACK'S VENETIAN BLIND I Call CH 31023or determines and feel. how you look, act so many activities, and spread so thin he cannot do any
Free Demonstration and Service, Florala Alabama. We offer Write
the best service To a great extent your body job well. .
very : on repairing ...
Liberal Trial; Offer Venetian blind We install Sam H. Neal, Mgr. I is composed of protein: skin,
No Obligation Write new tapes, cords or clean and m" self, internal organs, hair He have tendsto
should much
m'Js: '! ti.e base of your bones not so political power that he
refinish your blinds for a sum
G. WillhousBlue much less than the price of new ABC FENCE IND. Glut e\cn your brain. It l>e- become the master of the people rather than their
ones. We manufacture the finest rfnes evident then Mint n
Mtn. Pt. Washington 754 Eslin Parkway Ft'I111IbJe servant.
in custom-made blind and drspes and health giving
Florida, 32454 Ft." Walton Bch. Fla. diet is not to be considered'In
For a courteous salesman to call
on you, call 8-4612. bulk or lack thereof; but He should have a complete business background, as
---- in provision for an adequate busi-
protein intake to- 'keep each your state government should be operated on a

cell functioning normally.We ness-like basis, rather than some slap-hazard affair.
hope it will become evident -
too, that Service Drug
Company is always a'ROOd -MUll DOCK BELSER
bet for the best of prescrip-

let us design a .-'--- tion service: Prescriptions are
Service quickly but Drug carefully STANDS STRONG ON EVERY COUNT . ELECT

This week's Household hint: HIM YOUR NEW STATE SENATOR
Pick up lint or threads' from
I I I your carpeting by brushing
lightly with an old tooth-

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family or recreation room can''bo added to your home in a INNERSPRING

number of way Rearranging the present floor plan of your

home,locating it in the basement,or adding another room. t
Let us look over your home and give you plans

and cost.tlmat.swlth no charge obligation.,
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toed nlfhtTs. sleets. every nlfhtiHotv !
of down payment and easy budget terms over ,a
stf:.roslstoMt. . pro-bnllt.. borders
There is no need to :
seven years. LOW
period up
assort..tonojor .tastliL;- bordorto4ordorcomfort .. ..

wait. Get started now. Just give us a ring and ; PAYMENTCONVENIENT' 1 jMTlxteridod. mattress life.Stronc .

we will have our representative call on you to "' 3 995 cord .booties. ttJ mailmumvwtlnc 'J

discuss details. .r _. . systoot add an extra measure ;r

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Monday Ravioli with meat

sauce, hamburgers, sliced toma-

r, as, toes and lettuce green beans,
peach halt Sesame seed rolls,

Tuesday-Meat balls and gravy .
over rice, ham and cheese sand-
wiches, creamed English peas,.car-
rot sticks pineapple pudding, The In TheSenator
rolls, milk. Keep
Wednesday-Corn dogs, ham-
r burgers, baked beans, tossed green
salad, peach cobbler, bread, milk.
,. Thursday-Turkey and dressing,
:y yM (jelly or cranberry sauce), min- Senate
ute steaks mashed potatoes and

i gravy, mixed vegetables, fruited
a Jelly rolls, milk.FridayGlazed.
pork and tiny
l whole potatoes, fish dogs and
w7Q potato sticks, frozen baby limas,
apple sauce, peanut butter cook- y
ies, rolls, milk. 1ii +Wt .:It11

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hinton of
t A Montgomery, spent the weekend
: 5I with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hinton. Read the Galloway Record-will be delivered into your
1J's Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Milligan

spent the weekend In Crestview.Mr. home, Saturday, March 14th.FROM .
and Mrs. Clyde Harbesonwere
; alf b. ,4y visiting her sister and bro-
:a ther-in-law, Mr. Lewis
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Mr. and Mrs. Sankey Booth Ty- the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert
son of Sparks Ga., announce the Tucker Phillips of Dade county,
engagement of their daughter, Ala. Mrs. Henry Calvin Crews, Sr. DOVETAILED DRAWER CONSTRUCTION.
Jean Anne, to Royce Francis Phillips and the late Henry Calvin Crews,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Sr., of Ponce de Leon. He is a
Phillips of Ft. Walton Beach. graduate of Walton high school.
Miss Tyson is the granddaughter He attended Florida State Uni- 1g
; of. the late Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. versity in Tallahasee where he $ 95
Tyson of Adel, Ga., and the late was a member of the Lambda Chi h
Mr. and Mrs. James Moore of Alpha Fraternity. He Is with Fed- ..
Sparks. She Is a graduate of Cook eral Service of Eglin Air Force .
county high school and Jones Base, in the Mathematics Service .
Business College of Jacksonville, Laboratory as a Mathematic Tech-
an Is employed byy the InterstateLife nician. JUST' BUYS
Ins. Co. in Panama City, as The wedding will take place
District Cashier.Mr. May 3, at 3:000: o'clock at the '
Phillips Is the grandson of Sparks Baptist church. ; 'r ws

Band Presents ConcertAt 'Mrs. Bulger EntertainedAt
At Troy CollegeFred OAK BASS

C. Turner, director of bandat Banks) of Niceville, was the sur- t w, ,
Watc.n, reports that the Walton prised guest at a baby shower in BIM4 MIRROR WITH OAK V EXTRA HEAVY 1/4-INCH POST "Z ea;i .
high band will present a concert her honor Friday night March 6, I FRAMR EXTRA 29.95 BUNK BEDS COMPLETE WITH RAILS
this Thursday night at the month, at the East Baptist church. I
ly FTA meeting. Different perIods Mrs. Nell Bulger was the hostess _
of music be presented in the for this event, assisted by I ,
following program. Mrs. Claude Bulger with Mrs.
Chant and Jubilo-McBeth. Johnson in charge of the games
Overture "Orficla"-Beethoven. and entertainment. x
A Study of Marches. A beautiful centerpiece of fresh ; ..
Bandology-ErJckson camellias, surrounded by refreshments -
With Flaps Unfurled-Darcy consisting of lime punch,
Night and DayKranceThe cookies, chips nut meats and i x!w7 tVfluI
band will also travel to mints served in miniature diapers,
Troy, Ala. Friday to present a coffee, etc. was enjoyed by all
concert at the district Alabama present. 1 I
B and masters Association.The Mrs. Bulger received an assort- : .
stage band of Walton will ment .of lovely gifts and everyone
present program at Troy along had a very enjoyable evening.
with concert band to promote I tw qay
stage bands in Alabama. Conner's Supporters Met I I
At Hut RestaurantA f

Annual Father-Son luncheon was held Friday at .
/ w M sir D..lI. t>riw.r s.N i ,< 4
iJanouet Held By FFA The Hut restaurant for the mem- r iu :N.rKiw. :sower: .. $ 9.95 <

In Walton CafeteriaThe bers of the 1960 county campaign In- sq..srw.w.. r.wle.. !iw.': $49.95 J t '
committee, Doyle Conner for 3 Mmlw' isYeu. IIu11nr1' $49.95 1
Walton Chater Future Commissioner of Agriculture. |I * .Mtflcto Full *r Twin Kit I i .
('O) r.M Sin;f.n.l B.d. fctmir Nit'* 1 '
Farmers of America held its annual Attending this meeting with the Stolid w Mir.: N Twin Sin Beds... $49.95 / 1 '
Hffmr DM .hB .Urge t.a and a ,I i
Father-Son Banquet Febru- county managers were Lowell fJ' $49.95 r
dram* .. ,... ,. r rS
ary 28, 19G4 at 7:30: .m. In the Woodham, Director of Inspections I I
Walton High! Cafeteria.The Division and Guyton Williams, (C"') Wagonwh Bunk Bed $79.95 t t'S .
Walton Chapter officers Chief: of Poultry and Egg Section .
opened the meeting. Rev. J. C. of the Department of Agri- cH a"xs alin.r with OPEN STOCK!
Shell led in the Invocation. Chap- culture. | wie. O.k Frama; :.....$29.95 .I.ID ,
ter Secretary, Bobby Gunter gave Commissioner Conner could not ( Make-up r:y
the welcome address and the be present for this meeting but . Your Own'Sude! ,
Chapter Advisor, Mr. T. C. Camp- meet with the people of
bell introduced the guests. this area at a later date, but .
Guest speaker, Mr. H. O. Har- wishes to thankt his friends for
rison, County Agent, talked of the 'returning him to this office with- .:.
FFA boy's career in the Farming out opposition. I I

Industry. Sam Rachels was again chosen YOUR BOY'S DREAM WILL '. ;
serve as County Chairman the Committee and Dr. C. L. Wil COME TRUE WHEN YOU
,hams! financial
< .Secretary.
We Would Like

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Home Coming Day at the Bruce THIS SOLID OAK .

Here are our qualifications' Methodist March Everybody next welcome.Sunday, GROUP. I IDEAL FOR i' . ___.......

Experience? Since. 1935 < Lots of good singing and dinner. .'.
Dependable? We're avail
able 24 hour basis 7 ROOM OR EVEN THE t)
a Miss Penny Moore who .la attending - (F, i ,

days a week. Troy State College, .pent (a. MASTER BEDROOM. Wagon Wheel Bunk or Twin Beds
the Spindle Bunk Twin
i Prompt Claim Service Our weekend. at home with her' ... or Beds

specialty since the day our parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moore I .- -- --.....-=,.. ..."'YTL4C._
agency opened its doors for Harry Seyl1'lo\U': \ w'nt over to
:# business. Tallahassee list week to attend
Parents' Week Knd on the
Reasonable Rates We've with the FSU circus featured campus In;
searched the country fer several .
.i i performances. His daughter -
companies I offering the Miss Angela Seymour was -
most for your money. featured in severallying trapeze
acts, and will be one of those E :
We would like to be your I
accompanying the circus to Eur.
You Can
Agent! ope a little later in the year I Always Never Any

Harris Insurance 'with performances to be given in;I I
Spain, Greece' Italy and France.' Buy On a"- _. Outside FinancingDanley's :

Agency Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Fountain of MANE YW!< ilOUaE
Crestview, spent the weekend .
t TW 6-2451 with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fountain. ,. A D
Mrs. Charles King and Mrs. Easy Terms
DeFuniak Springs Fla. Lorene Danley'sVOLU1IE
V. Campbell were golfing in
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<"' .- of American Legion Post 61, a -
,Political Announcements member of the Methodist Church, .

and a member of your present
Walton county School Board r t s l Ti
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Vote Gandy; on May 5th. Thank
faubic : t tto the wishes of the .
X.c X.y X.- S } ciin the coming election, I,
i '/nn F. Uludworth, wish to an-
)J' 'nice myself as a candidate for 4

ipcuntcndtnt of Public Instruc- L

.n< Walton county, Florida. I I -

I relieve that my experience as a _
Teacher, coach, former Superin-

'ndent and Junior High!! PrincipalI ., i i.Avwa.
given better
i I me a understand-
'ng of problems which face our
.hool system.

I have a B.S. Degree from the h
University of Alabama and a
Ma"tt'rs, Degree from Florida State $ t
University in Administration and
Supervision, on the Secondary and m.___ -- '- _.-v .. a..... 1
8: r Elementary level. I wish to serve FOR SCHOOL BOARD FOR SHERIFFI YELLOW
: You with no allegiance to certain DISTRICT FOURI COKER 71 HYBRIDCORN

schools, but with allegiance to hereby announce as a candidate -
k each and every school and all the hereby announce as a candi for Sheriff of Walton county,
FOR COUNTYSUPERINTENDENT children in the Walton county date for the Walton County Boardof subject to the May Democratic I Very Prolific
School System I expect to fonfide Public Instruction, subject to primaries. I am 34 years of age, I
in and work with all the school the wishes of the Democratic have made my home in Walton Ideal ear and stalk height for i

OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI connected personel and other voters in the county.I county practically; all my life. I I mechanical harvesting M
citizens on all levels to have a have lived in Walton conty FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER am married and have four children '
hereby announce my candi- smooth operating school system. I for the past 21 years. I am mar- DISTRICT 3 all in school.I 'I *. 'Premium quality,grain
dacy for re-election as Superintendent respectful! solicit your supportand ried and have two children, I hereby announce myself as a have seven experiencein I
of Public Instructionof help in the coming electionto served in the U. S. Air Force in candidate for County Commissioner law enforcement and am a Resists drought, weevils, storms I

Walton. County subject to the enable me to become your the Korean Conflict. If elected to District 3 Walton Countyin graduate of the FBI National' 5,1 Consistently
May Democratic primaries. ,Superintendent and work for a this office I will serve the peopleof the Democratic primaries to be Academy; Washington, D. C., and yields
Having served one term as your Better and Unificd Walton County the county in a fair and held in May 1964. have attended several other FBI, : Coker 71 is r
superintendent, I feel more than School System honest way S at all times. In announcing my candidacy I Florida Sheriff's Bureau and State money-makin corn...Plant it! rr r
ever' the tremendous responsi- -John F. Bludworth. I will appreciate your vote and earnestly solicit the vote and sup- Fire College training courses. If
bility and sacred trust attachedto support in this port of the people of Walton elected your Sheriff, I promiseyou 'I I

this important position.If I FOR REPRESENTATIVEI race.J.. C. Turner County.I four years of competent, Impartial -
you are kind enough to re- am not a candlate for County and dependable law en I PEBIGHEEB SEED COMPANYHARTSVILLB I
elect me to a second term as your hereby' announce myself a FOR SCHOOL BOARD Commissioner because of the forcement. I
:superintendent, I will continue to candidate for the office of House DISTRICT TWOI I solocitation of any group of individuals -'SOUTH CAROLINA
.stress quality education for our of Representatives, subject to the nor" any clique, but I I solicit your vote and support I ..Raise Cotton? Plant Coker I

boys 'and girls and adult citizens wishes of the voters in the Spring W. C. (Will) Gandy, take this am a candidate because I want and will appreciate any help you -- Qdten
of 'Walton County, and dedicate and November 3rd. General Election opportunity to announce to you, and need the job.I may give me. Sincerely, Joel T. - - --- - - --
.myself anew to this noble task the people of Walton County, thatI will specialize in working for Alford.
-John E. Baldwin. candidate you. Respectfully, -- -----
am a for reelectionto -
If elected, I promise to work Jack Donald Adair.
the office of school board, Dis-
hard for the people of Walton
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I will work trict Two, in the May; 5th Demo-
diligently cratic IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR ..
DISTRICT THREE with'th Governor of Florida and WALTON COUNTY, '
all other interested want to thank each and every CHANCERY.' NO. $
people to .
I hereby announce as a candi- one of you for the wonderful vote LEVIRETT 8 SHAW NEXT ISSUETelephone
bring Industry into our county, so HARRIET PislUK.
date for the office of County..Com- that all our' citizens may be gain- of confidence that you bestowed 8. 811A W,
missioner; District 3, subject to the fully emplolyed. upon me four years ago. If re- NOTICE TO DEFENDOn
wishes of the voters In the Demo- Paid Political Advertisement elected I will strive, as before, or before Monday the lath day
cratic primaries.I T... S. "Sam" Campbel to give you and your children the B of Shaw Mnrrh!.1064.required the defendant to appear In Harriet this
will appreciate your vote arid nt 2, Box 154 CSprings type of representation that the ult and nerve upon E. O. Bmrwell... Directory'
plaintiff attorney WhOM add -
people of Wlalton
support. Respectfully I"Ip.Funiale Florida County so justly I I.* P. O. Box 278 Oeneva. Alabama and
JAMES PADGETTFOR deserve.It file with the Clerk of said Court her
written defense or answer to the BUI
has been a pleasure serving of Complaint filed against tier bereln
you and your children for the praying for a divorce GOING
COUNTY COMMISSIONER This order Is to be published one TO PRESS MARCH 19TH
DISTRICT THREEI hereby candi- past three years. I am asking you each week for four consecutive weeks
announce as a
to give me a second term in In the DeFunlak Herald it newspaper,,
date for re-election us Tax As- published In said Walton County. Flor-
wish to announce that I ama sessor of Walton County, subjectto School sucession a member of your idn Wltneu my hnnd and official seal New Listings and Changes may be arrangedfor
candidate for re-election to the the action of the voters in this 17 day of February 1M4
office of County Commissioner the Democratic primaries. I retired from, my trade in 1958 (Seal) E. LEO ANDREWS inclusion in the new issue, before this date.
Clerk of ,
and I am not employed by Circuit Court
District Three I appreciate the any
I have made every effort to Walton County Florida
many favors done me during the fcrve the people of Walton Coun individual or company and I can By Iva AdklnMon D>. C.
and will devote full time and 4t: Fb27 Mar41118
years I have tried to serve you to ty and the general public faith- my
the very best of my ability, ond effort if necessary; to the fulfillment -
in the ,
fully and honestly past
of the duties of this office PLEASE CALL OR VISIT OUR BUSINESS
X earnestly ask ,your consideration and pledge myself to give my best 7oz
and the- school affairs of this psGpt
in the future. If you honor'me effort to merit approval of the

.office with I will another continue term to to"work this public I will if re-elected.greatly appreciate your county.My past performance is a mat- OFFICE IF WE CAN ASSIST'' YOU.

for the best interest of all our vote and support in the coming I ter of public record and is open 666
for Inspection at time.I .
county'at all times. Sincerely primaries. Sincerely, Hubert R. any
Hubert Bell Adkinson. am a war veteran, a member

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'64 Chevy IT Super Sport with V8 power "I' DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Dial TW 45231NOTICE

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All taxes on Real Estate, Personal 'and Intangible

Property will be delinquent on ""April 1st Shortly there-

. .and just the .place-to: ; ,enjoy it after, Personal Property will'be advertised as requiredby

.JAh: : >. >tr<,1:> y'f' ,J law.

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The majority of the ,people have taken ''advantage

3 '- of the discount. However, there are a few that still'have

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

I April '1st in order to save the penalty, 'advertising fee

and any other costs that 'the law requires to be added.

This advantage office of will the be taxpayer.glad to cooperate in any way for the

Melt I Nova Super Sport with Bucket i

Find out for yourself what this Chevy II can really do. If transmission. Both are bptlonal at extra cost, along with April 1st is the deadline for'making' your Return
it them good Positraction rear axle AM-FM radio and other '
there are hills nearby, let give a going-over. a many -
Then see it give slow-moving trucks the run-around. accessories. And for all its new power Chevy II rides so

With its new extra-cost V8 you need but give the acceler- softly it seems to glide along the highway. That's Estate and Personal
ator an inch, and this Super Sport will take a mile. because it has high-mounted independent coil springs in on Real Property.

And this great highway performer looks the part it the front and Mono-Plate single-leaf springs in the rear.

plays so well. A glance at its all-vinyl hing Chevy II Super Sport has go
and door-to-door carpeting will tell interiOr.cmllzrWithev irs no surprise your Chevrolet dealer Jack LittleS
There's your choice of either the to show you its price tag. Because
Powerglide or Four-Speed only thing about it that isn't super. ,

oJ THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet CheveMe*Chevy II*Ccrvalf Corvette -, I''

See them at your Chevrolet ShowroomClicurolet


=7M.. Street: 6 Nelson Avenue DeFunialt Springs, Florida TW 6-2571


\f .- _ ; '. _ .'. ','

People -: DISCOUNT. ,

: M OCQ Ever 1
T a

, -Are Shop'ng FOODLINE'



\ Have Been Drastically Reduced in Price. IGA Discount

Foodliners Offer You Quality . Freshness LowLowPrices

I .i:-...-EYery Day. Your Dollar Buys.More at. .an IGA Store


2 v;::1.29 PICNICSMOKED LB. 2 9<=


1 i INSTANT COFFEE 89*:: BREAKFAST For Seasoning Meaty SLICES. LB. 49c , .

j 1;: BLACKBURN Corn& Cane SMOKED 1 HOCKS LB. 39c .1fJt'

!H SYRUP r 39 CORNED DELICIOUS BEEF LB. 69c I 3.. 4 .9 < ,

IGA CRUSHED HAWAIIANPineapple Swift's i Premium at', c
CANNEDHAMS 3 Can Lb' $1.19 N N :s. ;';

FRESH SLICEDPineapple FRANKS 12 oz.Pkg..' 39c ,

2 : 39 TABLERITE 1 Lb. K


DRY' MILK 99*= :(':j SY.k,SSA t Y
Q Morton's FrozenDINNERS McKenzie\ Frozen >:, :<<

I I, E I CUT CORN 'ii iP
24 oz.Size. ,.... ..Jt, .,
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2 FOR 89! 39c : : :";;'':':;<>i r":' I I
Kist Robert's Vanilla Pillsbury or BallardBISCUITS Kraft CheeseVELVEETA Tablerite,Qtrs.MARGARINE.
Wafers 20 oz pkg. 29c
Lemons29c Nine Lives
r Cat Food tall can 12c 4 CansIGA 25c Package 2 pound. 79c 2 Ht 39c

Doz. Ken-L Ration'
Dog Food tall can 14c
Michigan Red Modess SanitaryNapkins 46 oz. r
DeliciousApples pkg., of 12 29c JUICE Can 30c ,ANEW
Tissue Roll lIe
Green Giant Cut 10 1.2 pz.Can
4 Lb. Bleach In Plastic .. ASPARAGUS 23c
Bag: 49c Clorox 1 gaL sSe
CaliforniaLettuce Coffee Mate X11. oz..jar: 69c Mahatma 2 Lb.
Scott Die Roll RICE Bag 29c
.ii Towel '. ,' 29c
Twin Pet .
Head 25c Dog Food .3 cans 19c ASPARAGUS Green Giant ..'
Nothing to buy! Register each time you visit
Ltlzlanne SPEARS Can Tall 47c our store.Must be 16 at least years old to regis
Tea Bags 100 count 83c ter..Drawing,will be held March 21, 1964. You .,S..
do not hare to be present to win.!

6 I CASEY'S Discount .Foodliner


,-- Sunday-Friday-7:00 A.M.-6:30: P.M: NO SALES TO DEALERS DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLA.



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