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Title: The DeFuniak herald combined with the breeze
Uniform Title: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze
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Creator: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze (Defuniak Springs, FL)
Publisher: Larry and Merle Woodham
Place of Publication: DeFuniak Springs Fla
Publication Date: March 19, 1964
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I VOLUME 72-UDLISIIED>> EVERY THURSDAY DePUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA MARCH 19. 1961 lOc Number 15


p'dpts I t '! FOR TAX ASSESSOR Report On Braves


;, I hereby announce my candi Basketball SeasonThe Circuit Clerk Tax Collector

> K z dacy for Tax Assessor of Waltoi ,

County in the May 5th primaries 1963 1964 Walton Brave

I earnestly solicit the vote and Basketball team ended its season

g .s support of the people of this county Saturday February 28, losing to Have No
33 and if elected I will wort : Marianna 90-70, in the championship Will Opponents

diligently for and with the tax game of the Group II Class

payers and citizens of Walter A Tournament held in Chipley.On .

County.-clarence Carpenter. very successful the whole for the the season Braves was 'Youth Night AndSpeakers's Busbee Freed On Two major office holders in

Walton county made it throughthe
FOR COUNTY JUDGEI. They completed a 16.10 record,, TournamentThe Hit Run ChargeA
I deadline
hereby announce as a candidate qualifying without
the Walton Invitation at
for re-election as County ReElectionFOR won East Baptist Church, De opposition and will automatically '

Judge of Walton county subjectto COUNTY COMMISSIONER .Jack R. Gatlin, take this Tournament placed two playerson Funiak Springs will be host to misdemeanor charge of hit receive the Democratic nomkTB .

the action of the voters in the opportunity to announce to you; ,, Conference and "All NorthwestFlorida" the Graves Baptist Association and run against Andrew J. Bus
DISTRICT S
: the people of Walton thatI team and placed secondin tlon.They
Democratic primaries.If county, Tour- Jr. of Escambla county, tried
the Group Tournament. As a Youth Night and Speakers' bee are E. Leo Andrews Cir-
the voters of the county honorme I hereby announce as a candidate am a candidate for the officeof Walton averaged 69.4 points nament Saturday night March 21,. here when a change of venue was cuit Clerk for the past three terms
County .Judge. In doing 1 1 team
with re-election to this office, I to succeed mmyself as County so while their opponents at 7:00: P.M., according to Charles granted, was tried here last week and Jack Little, serving his first
seek the to write into game
opportunity per.
I will continue to serve the whole ; Commissioner Walton I Kerby Associational Training Union before Judge. Joe Dan Trotmai term as Tax Assessor.
County, scored 62.9.
the lives of all of the people the :
county to the best of my ability, Director. in a special term of county court All
District other courthouse
: One, subject to the action officers
fact that I love them and will; led all
and feel that my experience as The Braves were year be entirely The trial began Wednesda;
This prograRwill
Garland
of the voters in the Democrat!' with the exception of
will enable to dispense justice fairly and honesty by their fine forwards .James until Saturday
County Judge me a youth-led meeting. Cordel Harrison morning and continued: Edwards haveat
primaries. I will appreciato you County Surveyor
better. I will appreciateyour among them. If you will Casey and Tommy Jones. Casey the brought i In
serve you vote and support. Respectfully, Minister of Music, First when jury least one opponent for the
honor me with this job in the broke Walton scoring: as
consideration and vote. MARVIN RIGDON every Baptist Church Florala will be a verdict of not guilty Democratic nominations
Joe Dan Trotman. May; 5th Democratic primaries I 1 he pumped in 1181 points in his in charge of the music. He Is : Busbee was charged with sulking -
and ability 1 I three and hit for a The complete line-up of county
pledge my strength year career bringing with him the 38-voice with his car a 14-year old
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONED
: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI sincerely solicit your vote and single game record of 34 points youth choir from his church. A Warrington boy. Robert QuarrieIII candidates: 4

wish to announce for reelection DISTRICT 3 will appreciate any help you may against Paxton. His 21.7 scoring film entitled "Part-time ChristIan More than 30 witnesses wen Clerk of Circuit Court: E. Leo

for member of the Board give me. average and all around ability ," will be shown. The program brought over by the state wit Andrews.
,
I am a candidate for Count
of County Commissioners of Wal- Commissioner from District No JACK R, GATLIN. earned him a spot on the North- will be concluded with a speaker's Busbee finally taking. the stan County Judge: .Joe Dan Trot-

ton County from District Five east Florida Conference All-Star tournament the winner being in his own behalf. man*. Jack R. Gatlin.
3. Brief history: Native of Walton
.subject to the wishes of the voters County Served in World War Paxton FFA Hit Team. Not far behind scoring was eligible to compete In the district He was represented by Georgi Sheriff: Howard "Andy" Anderson -

of Walton County in the May Two and was honorably din By Strong Winds, junior Tommy .Jones who had a meeting date to be announced Phillips and Douglas Andrews *, Joel T. Alford, Curtis R. !

primaries.I Suffers DamageOn 19 2 average. He was chosen a later. with State Attorney Bill Frye and Miller Aubrey McDonald.
Worked automobile
have been a life-long residentof charged. as an member of the Northwest Florida County Prosecuting Attorney Paul
Although this is a ;youth nightprogram
Public John
mechanic. Now Supt. of Instruction:
Walton County and if electedto own my own the night of Wednesday Florida Conference team by area that Thompson handling the prosecution -
it is hoped many;
business and have made a success Baldwin. John Frank Bludworth.
this post I promise my loyaltyto March 4, 1964 there were some coaches. He finished the season adults will come and support of the case
of It. Tax Assessor, Hubert R. Edklnson
the people of the county asa high winds in the Paxton area in fine form hitting 66 points in their work. State Witnesses told that pain -
I know the value of Clarence Carpenter.
whole as much as to the peopleof a dollar During the winds a twister swept two group tournament games. scrapings from the bicycle wen.

District Five. I shall always and when you elect me your through the Paxton FFA lab plot.It Leading the team in field goal consistent with scrapings taker Tax Collector: Jack Little

have the best interest and well County Commissioner I'll see that blew the equipment shed onto percentage was .Junior center Sen. Scott Kelly from the Falcon and other stat< County*. Surveyor: Garland Edwards -

being of the people at heart and Waalton County get a dollar'sworth the corn field and twisted and George Stokes who hit 51 per witnesses had Busbee driving the<

will work guided by such principle for every dollar expended, broke some four inch by four cent of his shots. He was followed Stops Here SaturdayState vehicle earlier that night, but be County Commissioner! : Dist No.
I want vote. It will be to 1. Marvin RlgdonMarvin Bi
*, I further pledge my loyalty your inch timber. It also blew down by Tommy Jones 50 per cent said he was driving hit Buick at
and cooperation with the other your interest and Walton County'sInterest cracking and James Casey 47 cent and Mike the time and that shop.
to vote the pig parlor, per Sen. Scott) Kelly .is con.: appuentlylomeone Dist. No. 3, Hubert BenJack
members of the board for the forHayes splintering some two inch by four Jacobs 44 per cent. "whistle stop" type else had taken his pane-
Barton during a Donald Adair Hayes Barton.
beet Interest of the people servd twisting and break- I, to be if it the vehicle Involved
inch timber, Local fans have reason campaign through north and west truck was -- James Padgett. ,
,Br in such capacity. I sincrely solicit Ing several large bolts) and break optimistic about next year's team. March 18 through which he never admitted
will hold such in FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Florida from Dist. No. S, Kylea Laird. AlbertB.
your vote and DISTRICT 5 ing several strong pipe supports. The. Brave lose only two members March 24. Traveling with the Gavin John Henry Cassidy.
in doing
and
confidence re-elected.loyalty I hereby announce as a candidate Nothing else was damaged includIng th s year's team and can find KUbernatorial candidate will be Dayllly Club Formed School Board: Dist. No. 2. W. s'
the job if the corn bin cooker and In the fact that membersof By County Group
pleasure
KYLEA LAIRD for County Commissioner,, the Rebels Quartet. C. "Will" Gandy. Lewis Frank
District 5, subject to the action cooker shelter, and the scrap iron a B-Team that compiled an The singers!!: will present a variety Cawthon Jr..

Df the voters of Walton county: pile, the large fire wood pile and 18.1 record will be vlelng for program at each of the campaign Dayllly fans from DeFunlat Di&t. No. 4.J. C. TurnerGlen

e q Q Yl In the Democralc primaries. I have the equipment under the shed or starting leads\\" next year. stops and Kelly will make Springs Point Washington and. A. Parker.

*' ? made my home in Walton county I the self feeder under the pig par- short talks and meet with voters Santa Rosa Beach met In the< Constables: Diet No. 1, W. F. 1

for the past 43 years and. have lorow8ver it did blow a planter, The tor begins in Lake City at Coca Cola Club room March 12: Miles* -

l rKM three children in -school here. 1 Iam the disc harrow and an old mule Walton County 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 18, to form a daylllv society for central Diet 2. Curl Alford. Cecil Caw

familiar with the needs of the drawn planter several feet, but Chamber of Commerce where Kelly spporters are sponsoring Northwest Florida. thon, Max Marsh, J. W. "Speed-
,., they were' not damaged. luncheon at the National After It was decided to fol'fTlIi ball" Harris' nI
whole (county and will serve the 'timldtlr',C.adar a
whole county, if you honor m' .The chapter is still moving ,. Guard Armorv, 'st01'plnJt'ln Havana society: and officers,-were elecj : 1ist. 3. Charles W. GJIlis.Z .

with The off Ice.Muter,J&ason, along. with,all'of.its,various',activities. ''M "OH'. '19-MAROH 'fle _, . Quiney-,Chattahoocnee.. Bristol society ed tt the was Choctawhatchee voted to name Hem,ett.., >' t. 4. CJaytofrDavisVRalphKuthinf.
The boys are preparing for VIew P.T.A.- Blountstown Marianne I .
Oddfellow; Methodist and Sunday March 19-ValUy ,
erocaUls ft is !
Society as loped
School teacher I will appreciateyour various contests which come in 700.: Gracevllle and Bonlfay. Dial 5. J. C. Floyd.
that will have active membership
vote and support. Sincerely,, April and May. They are also West DeFuniak PP.TA.-7:00. Thursday night<< Kelly will be In from we all of central Northwest- Dist. 0, George Arthur Carter f

John Henry Cassidy.Pportsmans working on various shop projectsand Paxton Ruritan-7:00. Panama City for a television pro- Florida and Southeast Alabama J. Victor Ward Calbert Joe Clark.

,- carrying out the chanter farming Art Show-Woman's Club ;ram. Dist II, R. O. Saltoman"'
enterprises. In addition the Friday the campaign group Dues were set at $1 per ;year to Justice of the Peace: Dfot. 2,
': Citizens All Day.
And rover: mailing notices and other
out their own Freeport, Nlcevllle. Arthur R. Turner, Joel Thomas.
to
Of Walton CountyThe boys are carrying Girl Scout) Leaders Meeting will go Inclden ta Is. 1
des individual Supervised Farming 1000. Valparaiso, Ft. Walton Beach and Dist. 4, T. J. Llndscy
Meetings each fourth
is are on .
officials) of the Northwest Programs. March 21-Paxton Masons 7:00.: ?ensacola. An outdoor Pensacola.The rally Phursday night with the next Incumbent.

florida? Sortsmans Club of Walton) Political Speakings Saturday "scheduled at :9 p.m.In In Lake City at meeting being April 23rd at 7p.m. DvMOLAV SHOWSAPPRECIATION. ,

ounty wish it to be known by Let's, Square Up afternoon. tour begins are spon- in the Coca Cola Club room.

all, that a special meeting was March 23-Beta Sigma PhI-7:30.: vhere Kelly supporters will be In All daylily growers or flower i
Kelly
Sen.
Clubs President Ly- Freeort Lions-7:00.: Saturday lovers cordially Invited to
railed: by the '' In De- are .
here The Bob Arrlngton Chapter
man Wright on March 6 at 7 pm. Shirts and Skirts are' still enjoying DeFuniak Lions-7:00. Milton CrestvUw come: to this meeting to see If
5:00p.m.
from 4:15 to : Order of DeMolay will hold an
... >nd held at the club'' room of the a I variety of different oc- March 24-Rainbow Girls 700.: runlak Springs and hey want to join. Those want officers
Chipley Installation of Sunday
to ,
the end of the Fourth 00.Klwanls and then on
candidate for Walton County Fair building. casions. At Beta Sigma-- : ng more information may callr
WawJ. In the
Adoffious March 22, at 2 p.m. upstairs -
House of Representatives from The purpose of the meeting was week of classes the new class -13.15.-: Panama City.Grandmaster write .J. D. Wooten. Jr., or of the City Auditorium.

Wilton' county. I was born in lo adopt the barge canal at the members gave a party for the To Vtalt Miss Lois Maxon, Santa Rosa Ml masons visiting DeMolays,
dancers. Everyone -
Darlington, 2-0-27,and attended lead of Choctawhatchee Bay as graduated square March 18 Be.ch. Florida. parents of DeMolays and the
acti- Wednesday
Darlington school. I entered military he clubs number one project a enjoyed this party and MRS. JULIA MILES Margaret Wooten, Secy. public is invited to attend this.
rote was taken after a rather long vities very much. -
served time over- h.ve'a specialpen
seas; service after my military obligation ) discussion all officials and mem- On March 14 the Shirts and Mrs. ,Julia Ana Miles age 87, The meeting IOOF will Wednesday. March Mew Auto Parts Store To ceremony.: The Flower talk will be given

X returned home and did >ers present) voted in favor of the Skirts held their regular monthly .I resident of 312 S. 22nd street > at IOOF Hall. The [>pen For BuslMM Here by Phil Harrison. After the cere-
meeting 18th 7,30 p.m.
roject. meeting for business. The lied :Friday night in a local hospital ; Claude Bulger. WashingtonStreet }
various work. I then completed ? the Grandmaster of Florida will be mony refreshments will be served.
We the feel that' was called to order by. brief Illness. She announce tfce opening of
Sportsmen
high school and then entered Troy following a here and show pictures of Odd The Annual DeMolay Sweetheart,
State College receiving a B. S. Ms canal would be of great value' President and the Secretary sad been a.resident: DeVuniakiprings around the country. Bulger Auto Part Co. on April Miss Carol Cartwrl rht will be

In Business Administration. to Walton county in numerous Treasury gave the financial re since 1946, and was a fellows Fellows Encampment I I, the location the former Cas- Installed this Sunday. also j
Degree All Odd
Industry port. Then we discussed: the heart First Methodist well Construction Co. office, Baldwin :
vays, such as helping bring member of the members Xtebekahs and theirfamilies The officers are as follow: Mas-
,
I am at the present representing into Freeport, helping. discharge / fund dance also we the discussed busi- church here. Mrs. Miles had been are urked to be present. Av., and Mh Street. : ter Councller, Howard Merrill,

an insurance company which takes the river water into the changing the time of associated with the Florida Council Also anyone who has been a member Bulgar has been la the parts Senior Councller. Jimmy Garrett -

Walton County and I 3ulf which would make it pos- ness meeting. to second Saturdays for the BUnd for a number who is Interested in business for the past 22 years ; Junior Councller, Dennis
me over before or one
see the various need of the citizens ilble to have some of the world's after the dance Instead of of years. Becoming a member Is cordially: 20 years with Taylor Parts and Klnsey; Senior Deacon, Greg

of Walton county. jest oyster fishing in Chocta- the dance. all of Funeral services were conducted nvlted. Refreshments wUl be for the past 10 years. has been Spikes; .Junior Deacon, Gillls

With my educational background nrhatchee Bay. This. canal would We 'would love to have Skirts at 3-00: pjn. Monday from the rerved. 'manager .of the Taylor PPsrts Douglass; Senior Steward, Jim

I feel that I can represent help justify the Choctawhatchee you visit the Shirts and the t Comander Funeral Home Chapel Raymond Loftln. IIOF N. G. Store her*. Howell: .Junior Steward. Butch

everyone with fair and unbiased and Pea River Project which: dance on Saturday night or with the Rev. Sam C. Shirah of- Callie Wambles N. G. Hebekahs I' H* says he win still Mgiv the Hackett; Chaplain. Bob Harkett:

would help Walton Holmes and classes. on Friday night. ficiating. Interment followed in iam prompt and courteous service I Marshall I Mark Work; Standard

representation.I am in favor of democracytrue Washington counties as well as Club Reporter, Bobbie Cillls the Magnolia Cemetery. Astronomical 1 Club News day and night and invites his Bearer, David Cheshire; Sentinel

democracy where the maj- South Alabama. This canal would Promoted Serving as pallbearers were: Friday night March S. the Wal- Friends to continue their automotive John H. Harrison; Almnor Bill

ority 'rule. I will never submitto serve small craft Las( an escape Jerry E. Qsrlltz Command.rNavy W. T. Davis: Winford Hall, Fr.nkM.IOn. ton county Astronommlcal Club trade with him. I I Sodcrqulst; Precentors. 1st. Bill f
T Lieutenant he will have all
a pressure) group or a minority) route from the Gulf to a safe j' Broward Howell, Jesse net at the home of Wayne Wboten Bulgar says Blue: 2nd. Jimmy Laird: 3rd Robert

I will stand for, the majority. larbor during storms and, etc, man Jerry E. Garlitz, SOD KThJtehead, and Howard Anderson.) '.or the monthly business meeting.. standard' parts with of plenty highest of qualityrerebandise park.Ing Hobbs; 4th. Tommv Jones. : 3th
made and '
I have always had a conserva- Other motions were Mrs. Edward Garlitz Survivors 'include her husband, An observing session was held Royce Langley; 6th,Mike Wilsons*.

tive attitude toward the use c of >Sassed upon were that the club of of Route Mr. and One, now serving aboard Mr. D: E:Miles; DeFuniak Springs before the meeting, using Robert space. 7th. John. If. Gillls "., s

public funds and I will stand for say the annual dues to the North- the carrier Xittyhawk in .Japan, md two sons: Charles Blain with Venn's. Bill Martinec's. and Eu. MR. FATE. MONTGOMERYMr. Saturday March 21. marks the
Association
Wildlife
Florida
all state or county: constructionto west was notified on Christmas Eve of the U. S. Air Force in France a.ne[ Ray's telescopes as well as end of DeMolay week and we
after competitivebids. which consist of approximatelywelve of Houston he hosts. M, would like to show our nopn cla-
be awarded his new promotion) to LLieutenant md Austin Blain Fat Montgomery age
Sportsman Clubs through Tex. There sirs five grandchildren.oil Wayne Wooten Reporter of, the Beech Grove community Uon to the public. So this Satur.

I see the need for road Improvement 'ut the Third District. lied Friday morning. March IS. day we will be uptown from 9:30:
Another motion was made and to 11:30: am. washing car wlnd-
In Walton county especially 1964 In a Bonlfay hospital. A

our rural roads.I 'assedupon that the Sportsman Commander.'i istiv of Covington county Ala., ihields.
"71:lub free fish fry for I
will work toward better sponsor a 10 had resided In this area since
for the --II members and their families member of theleech ,Mrs. Nan Murray has as her
schools in Walton county: 1933 and was a
of the future generation The purpose of the free fish fry ...'.' Grove Church of God. nests; in a most pleasant", visit.' her
betterment .u
.1.1 build the clubs 'fI' .. Mrs. Hush McCall
and the rapid increase in to help up ,: >" Funeral services were conducted ilster-ln-law. 4
membership the location of the I : ./ ) at 2-00: p.m. Monday, from the and niece, Mrs Henrv W. Brown

population.work toward compulsory ite where this fish fry will bet 3ech Grove Church of God with md her daughters, Liz and Jen-
I will approximately two miles East I Sauls officiating. lifer and son. Hank;, all of Bir-
for the State Depart- the Rev. Claude
legislation :
of Agriculture to require ,>f Rock Hill Tower on the old Interment followed In the Euchee nlngham.
ment
to with Comander
and meat products /alley Cemetery
all, meat .pads will be marked leading into '
+ Weather
? funeral Home directing. Report
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meet the same rigid inspection ,
are required to he. area. ., ..[ if;,;: ," I Survivors" Include his wife: Mrs.
Florida producers I ; ? J
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So mark calendar Satur- .ili. ;
your 1 Beech Grove.
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. ,. / f"// >alive Montgomery Pat High Low Rain
do.I will expedite every feasible Jay night, March 21, at 6 p.m. . "" I I and two sons: Ferlon Rushing, of
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bring vocational and md feeding will be until 8 pm. .L Seneca Falls N. Y., and Lucius
effort to 78. 44 I -
Jon't miss this outdoor event we
schools to Walton county ) ,lushing of Port St. .Joe and
technical
IS 80 40
that industrallst will be will assure you and your family me daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Gricgsif r
eo 14 80 59 .71
favorable in locating In Wal- in enjoyable evening.-Free.Sirned ',0 Seneca Falls N. Y. There are
more IS 78 61 .44
Charles A. Douglass
county. .ix brothers Leonard Montgonery -
ton senior citizens : Publicity Director. is Gasoline consumption .is grow Mobil. Franklin Montgo- 1CXT 68 41 c
I will support our The fast-moving industrial upsurge a day, this new refinery '8. 36
especially the blind dependent of the Southeast was given America's most modern and one. ing faster in the South than in lery OpP. Dan Montgomery,
If there should MASONIC NOTICE world. other section of America and Scott Montgomemry. Jeff Montgomery
and aged. added impetus as the new Pas- of the largest in the any
increase in pay for public Regular communication DeFun- cagoula refinery of the Standard Covering twenty-six hundred the construction of this giant new and Gus Montgomery, all' Forecast: Continued mostly fair
be an
official state or county let it foe iak Lodge 170 F.'& A. M. Thurs- Oil Company of Kentucky was acres it is fed with crude oil refinery at Pascagoula helps asa. f r Red flay and two sisters:: Mrs. [tile temperature change with

increased let It be increased lay 7:30 p.m. Visiting- brethren placed, on full stream. from the Gulf Coast fields through sure adequate supplies In the yearsof are Wood. of Oco**. and Mrs. low*a In the 40's and hl h'. In

the senior citizens accordingly.Master cordially Invited. Wet With a capacity In excess of the world's longest underwater growth ahead. Cartha Wood of Panama City h* 70's. Probability of rain less '

Lodge No. 225.Ward.member Folmar.J. T. Johnson White See. one hundred thousand barrels of pipeline. Then are nine rendrstlMr p.I. han one In test

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Indian Creek Baptist Church.' . f The Church is the greatest
Wilbur Kelly, Pastor "" ._._ factor on earth for the build.
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Davis Lane Baptist Church !, : : 4 .?t.". .. !
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Pastor Orvls J4J11er't..' ". r'z. .
':, .' of spiritual values. Without
Santa Rosa Baptist' Mission ,.'. .:XI; ...;" .', a strong church! neither! ..
Rev. Marvin Taylor ; F F 4 democracy tier civilization
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Church '..i,' .
First PreabytwaUn sound reasons why every .
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Circle DriveDeFunlak Spgs., Tim r .f T person should attend services -
Qayle W. Threlkeld, :Minister regularly and support( the r-.

GulLs Presbyterian.Chapel '; church. They are: ((1)) 1'or his " "
Kucheeanna RoadDeFunleli own sake. ((2)) For his chil "1'.
'Springs, Tim. dren's sake. ((3)) For the sake .".
Oayle lj.. Threlkeld, Io 1a1.ter. ' of his community and nation. _
((4)) For the sake of the church
Euch. Presbyterian Church .., .e itself which needs his moral ._#,.
Freeport Presbyterian ,Church f and material support.. Plan

Olendale Presbyterian; Church to to church regularly .
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Red Bay Presbyterian |Church r ; '
John M. Ash Minister' ,,, 1. i .& and read your Bible daily ,.
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Saint Agatha's Kplseepal. Chureh t I.t;: . k 'k. .- ,
Bev. George Milam : :..

First Methodist Church ,. .
Circle Drive, West ..
Rev. Sam Shirah .tl. .. .
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Wesley Memorial Methodist .: ," '
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Winston Jay , a x.y #

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Bruce Methodist Church :j fl+l ]'1 \.. . .
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Center Ridge Methodist .. $ ._,t'''' .,
J. A. Anthony Jr. _
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,. Darlington Methodist Church .
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Kev. C. C. Colvin .t' ;/
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Ponce de Leon Methodist Church \ :... .
Rev. C. C. Colvin _
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DeFuniak Springs: First Baptist .. + z "'" .5:'ti., .- _
Liveuak. At 1 KlevvnU! Street: ,.' < ,
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W. O. WlUham. Pastor ";'
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East Baptist Church ,,.. :. '
Richard Bloodworth Pastor. r e j a :. -

Baldwin: Avenue JiI'IPU.'QurCb, .. . I
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W. Baldwin Avenue , .' ; 0".Ir' .
Rev Wilbur F. Cotton Pastor ,, #'s. ? < ( ,
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Northslde Baptist Church
Rev. Glen Spence
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Gaskin First Baptist ChurchL.
O. Johnson, Pastor :' "
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W. L. Clark, Pastor .!,, r '. .'
.,.. What do you see here? Figures of statuary A. symbol of religion? A monument to the Master? -,
Friendship Baptist Chureh .,,.. .' v.. .,

C. Lester Weekly Pastor ,:J. : .' Look with your heart and you'll see something else. You'll seethe soul'of the sculptor. . ,

Gaskin South Baptist Church ;, ., ""
Rev. Tucker Aplin ." ,:.' '.,t. A- man mightily 1 } inspired who wanted with.'his' talents to: worship Christ who took stone an d',.. : ," """ .''::_

Glendale Baptist 'J" chisel and hammer . and all the strength of.hiarbody . and all the :faith of his heart. He said to the .."

J. B. Birmingham,Pas or world with his Art-Words that which he could never have spoken with his lips nor written with his pen. 'f.. ;.:,
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Rev. Cony Black Pastor .--.. thrilling breakthroughs in human achievement have b en:dedicated to'His service. ', ; .. .

N.w Harmony Baptist Churcr tMQ' i .). .
Rev. Kenneth Kickllghter "f\ So never pass the "humblest creation of sacredart; -.not.eveitthe crayoned Bible-picture of a child ; ..... "-.'. ,

Oak Grove Bmptlst Church ) without remembering that you too have a souL And talents to give' your God! .' -
Kenneth Wadle ,Pastor -

Paxton BapUat Church'. : -

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tteme AsseeBbly eC a.. fcrtwu Establishments:
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W. A. Whltaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher': hardware Co. FI8IM '.Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott

Went End: Assembly. at God A GOOD HARDWARE STORE PLUMBING HEATING
Gary Richards "IP IT BURNS GAS-CALL US"

Cluster Springs Baptist 711 LIVE OAK AVE. PIWI gg ly A. B. Covell
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r6Lttate: t$1py1SLI9ES'D; :EVER: THURSDAY' THE'D ilftT RAL'iJDnE: Z1f .
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"Alatolles l .Anonymouii will have ".
The Club held their 1 I ah open meeting[ Friday at 8 p.m.
regular meeting at the Coca Cola In the Educational Building of the
Club Room Wednesday. March First Presbyterian Church. All interested -
41h. Mrs. Marvel Warren who Is persons are invited to
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chairman of the flower show had attend. P.

charge of the program and was ; !
assisted by Miss Hazel Campbelland INDIAN CREEK CHURCH 4jlE

Mrs. Janie Blue. REVIVAL MARCH 22.28

The theme for flower show i is

"Castles: In Spain". Four arrangements Indian Creek Baptist Church
from this theme were made will be in revival March 22 to ...--

by members and shown and In- 28. Services at 7 p.m. nightly.
l k ; : "# tepreted by Mrs. Warren, MM Rev. Charles W. Knowles will

Blue and Miss Campbell.The be doing the preaching. Everyone

'r'' flower show date i> April in welcome.
23 in the fellowship hall of the -Wilbur Kelley Pastor _

First Methodist Church.
Mrs. Bernice Caswell spent

Local Ladies On Projrram Thursday: and Friday of last week ,
At Fort Walton Beach at the University of Florida attending
a Workshop for Directorsof
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Two local members of Delta
MX. Harvey Gallagher of Tallahassee -
Kappa Gamma appeared on the
spent last week here
program Saturday at a meeting '
wi his Mr. John Gallagher -
visiting family.
of Eta Chapter members of Del-
.: his brother accompaniedhim
; ta Kappa Gamma from four coun-
home and spent the weekend.
ties
Northwest. Florida.
'- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hell:r
The luncheon meeting was had as weekend guest, Mr and
xr held at the Candlelight Inn in Mrs. Morace Watson of Flomaton, '
I Fort Walton Beach. Mrs. Alex Ala. Mrs. Watson is Mrs. Hester's I
i Vrv V- Caswell gave the devotional using sister. "

as her subject "Friendship and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Brown of'' 4j !

Service". The keynote address was Freeport, celebrated their golden

I made who spoke by Mrs.on "Women J. T. Blackshear in Poli Their wedding many anniversary relatives and on Sunday.friends '-Kathy ;;:;,b=; ;Terry j z : Sage'lmartle'e I ; shown raising thelto I start Girl Scout Week

tics-Record and Outlook". called to congratulate them ando Cathy Hicks and Dale Cra- Court House I ( 8 through March 14)).

Mrs. Blackshear gave the history visit them on the occasion.
Girl Scout Cookie Sale A Big: Success
of the struggle for sufferage
Mrs. Mary Lou Tarrance of -- - -
for women, and told of the contributions Chicago Is here visiting relatives
that will have
changes to be made
i that women have madein both here in town and In the Rock The Girl Scout Cookie Sale wasa cess.
It has been about a year now for next t year to accommodatethe
? this country. Yet Mrs. Black- Hill area.Sgt. big success. There were 118
shear stated, during'the last 43 and Mrs. H. W. McCraneyand cases sold and $507.94 turned over since the first step Girl wa' taken in De-to rev' girls that will Join and
Scouts
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years only 71 women have been daughter of Eglin Field and to Northwest Council to be usedat reorganizze that 'timewe for the ones that are advancinga
members of congress-10 senators Mrs. Edna McCraney of Pensa- Funiak Springs. Since
Camp Inky, the area camp step p the ladder.
Engagement and Approaching: and 61 representatives.Other cola, were Sunday guest at .the that the local girls will attend. the adults who are working
11J members attending the Gallagher home. This amount does not Include the with them think that we have Every organization needs adult
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forehand and amount that each troop was allowed workers however so If you are
3J3A3:! sjjm 'pjurrnn 'j children of Ga., been accomplished;
Americus: were to keep for their own use. interested in helping in
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any capacIty
.Mr. iftfe Mrs. George H. Sm--W-; by the Florida State Road Department Miss Maude Saunders Mrs. Grey weekend guest of Mr.: and Mrs. The Girls and leaders want to We feel that the hardest and: ywhat
Wilson, Miss Ruth Anderson Mrs.Emmabel so ever please call:
aaneuiiMi the engagement of their In Tallahassee.A Dan Ray. thank everyone who bought cook most frustrating part of getting
\ Uughtttr, Betty Sue of Greens- graduate of Walton county Jones Mrs. Cathryn Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins Hillard ies from them and helped to make re-established Is behind us and TW 4- 841 during the day or TW

****. Iffy to Willis Lloyd (Sonny) High School and Chipola Junior Cawthon. attended the funeral of a friendIn the first Cookie Sale such a suc- are already working i on the : 6-1552 after 5 pan.
Omy.jpr. of DeFunlalc Springs College Mr. Casey is attending Bonifay on Sunday.
Billy Moore and Tommy Kennedy Mrs. Roy King$ spent Tuesday Mrs. T. J. Reardon is spendingthis
sea 'of Mrs. Lois Rabon of Pensa- Florida State University.
Art Exhibit TodayThe Mr. and Mrs. D. E. McMasterof
are visiting Rob Blue at the In Tallahassee with her daughter, week in Jacksonville and :
Mta afc* W. L. Casey Jr. of I The marriage will be solemnizedat Sandersville
Ga. visited the
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University of Florida this week Mrs. Vivian Thayer and children. while there will attend a meetingof
EMFunfitt Springs. 4:30: p.m.. April 19 in the First Miss Patricia Murphy'who is a District Welfare Directors, the public I.' Invited to the T. R. Pittmans over the weekend. .
Kiss 'Smith a graduate of 'Baptist Church of Greensboro. end.Mr.. and Mrs. Sid Roach and student at David Lipscomb Col- State Welfare Board and the Dis- Woman'. Club to view the local Mrs. McMaster. is Mr. Pittman'a

OffeeiUboro High School and Chip- 'I Friends and relatives are invitedto 'daughter of Tallahassee were cge in Nashville is spending the Mr and Mrs. Olen Duren of talent art exhibit today from sister.

oik Junior College Is employed attend. I weekend guest of their parents spring holidays with her parents, Huntsville, visited friends in town 9:00: a.m. until 6:00: p.m. "It'a trict Welfare Board Association.Mrs. .

h ]Ares and Mrs. Jack'ttaawek'and i Mrs. E. L. Fountain Mrs. E. CTr.. and Mrs. C. S. Roach and: kfr. and Mrs. B. L. Murphy. Saturday enroute to their cottage free and go a* you are," says Will Ray spent Friday in .

children' spent thenlBstoq 'herewith A. Fernings and Mrs. C. L. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Hank Douglas. Mr. heatle Wheat a student at at Blue Mountain Beach. Mrs. co-chairman Battya Copoland. Ft. Walton Beach with Mr.: and
her parents 'Mr. wad Mrs. of Crestvlew. attended a Miss Patricia Balkom spent the .*"hiv. of Florida was home for Duren Is the former Jean Duffy The committee Is delightedat Mrs. Alfred Buchanan.Mr. .

Herman HInote. birthday luncheon for Mrs. M. T. weekend in Jacksonville visitingher the weekend. who taught school here for sev- the tremendous response by and Mrs. Jerri Grimes of

Mr. and Mrs. fctaateyHmton; of Fountain on Friday.Mr. sister Faye.Ca1herine Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sellars and 'eral years., local artist In the county who Pensacola were guests of her
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Montgomery, spent "Friday Mrs and Mrs. A. P. Felts of Cain is home from sons of Pensacola spent the weekend Mrs. Herman Blackwell of I have cub netted; entries. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J.

with the H. O.rldldibina.Mr. ., Dothan, were dinner guest of his\FSU Dan visiting! Henderson her parents.a student at Wooten.here with- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Montgomery, spent the weekend Paintings, ceramic l *, and Wilson Bowers Friday.

Bob Vinin*. Mr.. ft. W\. sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. the University of Tenn., is spendin here with relatives. sculpture are on exhibit. Don't
tCat H. Hinton Mrs. Mary L. Lamporte of Chi. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sawyer NOW 18 THE TIME FOR
Sawyer and Mr. KWAr1NA 'P- O. Monday night. ? the week with his parents cago. .miss this first art show epon
bell last weekendIn'811mr Mrs. W. D. Cawthon spent Friday and Saturday. spring cleaning: of septic
spent -, spent Mr. and :Mrs. Mack Henderson. Miss cored by thl-W man'. Club. your
I Flora D. McLean and Mrs. Pensacola and attended the Pitts-
,. h5gita.l. Thursday In Pensacola. Invite I friends to tank and grease traps. Cook'sSeptic
; :__ ___ Ruth Green went on a tour of burg your go
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: : CAP: the USAF, who are dedicated to
ti a busy mother's friends Air Patrol National Headquarter madeup live", Why don't you help us, help
; Has Fine RecordCivil of a professional staff of 138 others. Join today
-. Pr officers, airmen and Dept. of Air -Duel Mooney
Force Civilians, located at Ellington ,
Air Patrol pilots flew Capt. CAP Com.
AFB, 20 miles southeast of

';::= :..ri.i1\\ hours nearly expended two-thirds on of search all flying and Houston 232, Texas. In addition there FOR RENT: LARGE DOWN.
are personnel attached to
stairs apartment. Inqure at ,311Circle
V rescue in the continental United
USAF CAP
Liaison
Offices at Drive. 3-4
States during 1063 Col Paul C.
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7 L of the Civil Air Petrol
announced. Organization Eight geographical
regions and :52 wings (one for
Figures released by the USAF state), the District of Columbiaand
Air Rescue Service showed a Puerto .
Rico
) There are 2251
total of 27,440 flying hours expended -
regions wings, groups, squadronsand
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- .Y 4F agencies flight .
I l in search efforts with CAP 3 A t' .''f dJ +
Membership 82,406 adult and # '
pilots accounting for 17,697 of
cadet
members (male and female -
those hours. In addition, CAP ), 33,355 senior members, age .
: pilots flew another 1,078 hours 18 and
over (28,391 male, 4,964
out of 3,299 hours expended by female Aa
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Air Rescue Service in Alaska
through 21 ((38,863 male, 10,188 p .r
during 1963. female), of the total senior mem-
The Air Rescue Service's inland bers, 10,000 are FAA licensed pilots -
search and rescue reportcloolted .
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CAP with successfully Uniform All members wear }
locating the search objective inTO uniforms similar to the USAF uniform I
missions in which a total of the only difference being
373: people were involved. Forty- distinctive emblems, buttons Insignia -
two of these missions were miss- and badges. I
ing aircraft searches. Both military Back Ground CAP members .
and civilian, with 172 people helping others with no pay nor
::.c .. aboard the missing aircraft. credit for the risk they take. CAP POWER HORSE:
:::.; Following is some of the facts members have done every thing, (Wheel Hoiw*.of Conr*)
.. fly anti-submarine missions civic
.5+ : defense missions search and rescue Here's a ttablef of real hones.

.. LOOK AT WHAT'S missions, transport blood plasmaaid The big get-up-and-go, do-any.\1
In tornado, hurricanes, etc. "
The 3964 Frigid irs Washer and Dryer' '. HAPPENING TO Sunday, March 1 all the unitsIn job-all-yearVroundWheelllarM
.. ". YOUR BLACKTOP! Group IV assembled at Eglin lawn'and garden tractor.
( Field No. 2 to perform a simulated There's a choice of engines sH] '
'_ .. With Automatic Soak Cycle and Flowing Heat, : Double its life with training mission. There were para the way up to 10 full hone
chutes placed at different pointsin .
the area between DeFunlak power. Cut the biggest lawn
Park- King and Crectview to simulate victimsof till the biggest garden push

$285 the new Frigidoire Laundry Equipment is a plane crash. Land rescue aside the biggest layer of snow
teams placed in the area
Siliconized were
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CoatingLow spotted by the searching aircraft. power.Over 20 quick-attaching
After Small Down Pdymt....t washing and drying you.veever en- The exercise was a great success tool. Precision engineered

a' MODEL WDA-64 WASHHt t $219.95 foyed. And, at Gulf Power,., you can buy ; it yourself in cost!I Stops Save" -ravagesof apply such and showed an emergency our capability arises when quality built-Wheel Horse has

water heat, freezing, The DeFunlak squadron has a.track record never equaled.Get .
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the
lenge by four operating union brotherhoodsthat Bitls on a new pick-up truck, for at We may not be able to see all .
DeFunlak Springs Florida the last arbitration panel went beyondits the municipal natural gas depart- of you but..would like this message -I QIt1rlsJallct 1
Published Every Thursday at ment and a new two-ton truck thanks to reach you,
of, our.
authority in authorizing the gradual elimination
for the street department will be with many'thanks for everything, I
.. DeF uniak Springs FloridaCompletely of unneeded firemen, under the asked for under action taken by the flowers cards, food etc. "4
Covers Walton County Trading Ara law passed by Congress last summer to head the City council at Monday night's Mrs. George Norton and ? tJitml1ts 1
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From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico meeting. Frank NortonSP5
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off a nationwide strike. The decision of the I On motion of Councilman JohnF. ; a

.. Second-Clau Postage Paid panel was to be binding on the railroads and ', Bludworth, chairman of thestreet
II. C. STORKS Publisher 1924-1963 committee bids will'be
the unions for two-year period and take i JAMc MMi aM
HOWARD Publisher asked for on April 13 on the two-
STORKS
Editor
effect January 25. Now an appeal to the ton truck and on a motion made 11111
SUBSCRIPTION: Supreme Court' is proposed which can fur- by Jay McDaniel, chairman, of
Walton and Adjoining Counties_.$3.00 Per Year ther delay I settlement.We the "'gas committee, bids wills betaken JVM Ju. aeo FOR THE ECONOMY/''l1IINDED trip to.

l Other _-____________________$3.50 Per Year that a the FBI after than on the pick-up at _the same WHEAT TIKE SERVICE'would certainly /'
w see : more a time.. u",'' .jAC TERMITES ucilhwhile. In many instances a good
r'lfi-fu-L iyftAruxj njiruviiiJLTuLri--ifTit-iV'ir ln year and more than 200 acts of violence Monday night;)'' rr) capped lire will outwear the original .- *

Bible Verse against the Florida East Coast railroad, have O'Brien Manufacturing'. _Cow) s WORK ALL YEAR Hugh Wheat has, been responsible for :
awarded the contract. rorsufcplyeting.- be.o
savings of, many dollars to the people
They arc dead they shall not live; they finally made an arrest. Charged were former ing sewer cleanlnfc fcijliipment'( ata ; this trade 'area. Drop by WHEAT |

are deceased they shall not rise: therefore union members giving some credence to therailway's low bid of $15*l.O >Thfe equip f. SERVICE sad let them' check your t.'res ff

hast thou vfgited'and destroyed them and contention that the sabotage was from ment sewer is designed lines. 18T.'ctat..root., possible recapping. Prices start at $ .

made all their memory to perish.-Isaiah being done by strikers, and making look, although On the suggestion tJlJ WarshalN. ;t plus tax. For'unurpassed service t to all makes and
;- 26:14 J.}*Richards userdivink *Set Jof Jskin: ."'-. television-stereo-radio"
Inno- models
: the the
weiknow' men are presumed pu"fttfa.by .Qs: place to
d. -
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--oOo--- cent at this time, the contention of the unIon the Council equipraent-'was.: 4Vat's,, Jms go is RAINBOW ELECTRONICS, INC. They

Gems, of Thought . Culture that the railway itself was doing he dam- said he felt -Jfhavefbeen 'thtl,leq t11 tVpmer1 a are tropics. well-experienced and I can think in the of field of elec.
no-one better
>, Real Estate &
:
rorgM "Eaton
,p- The law of culture is Let each the blame for it been ravailablewabM .lives to
great : age just so they could put ''savM} fceTJOy when\\a Ii': qualified perform this service. They have
7v become all that he was created capable oft on the union.Incidentally. car ills off the Bay Branch bridge ""Insurance Agency a well ,eqhipped shop with modern testing
facilities.Their. price,
are reasonable
south and three lives and
of town
being.-Cai lyle. we think it as a good thing just they offer pick-up and delivery
t \ were"lost by drowning ire pointedout service what
r. for the labor movement that Hoffa was finally it could be used in the lake AUTOMOBILE FIRE more could you ask f< r.

Culture is not in the job; it is in the attitude convicted and think it would be a good here tn case of trouble.In INSURANCESTROUT THERE IS NO WETTER WAV to btarC

to the job.-Smith thing for the nation if he had to spend the 'ttther action at the meeting, the ,New Tear off>than by getting: in the
in the Council voted to advertise for 1)I6 DS habit of'lining( at MOM\ \ AND DAD'S RESTAUUANT -
, whole eight jail. s
years bids "}n an effort to sell a boat ,. W st. I want' ...
.I, Culture is one thing and varnish another. -oOo trailer owned by the city, anda "t.\eplMeIU Id '\\ ityod'however'that on.Iighwaay190' this is one habit ( #O''f: ,-.:,1
-Emerson. discussion was held oh buildinga that will be hard to break for they special-' '
Keep It Voluntary boat house in the lakefront parkto REALTYIn ice; in delicious Italian dinners or I if you like f\.Ji: > ,JJ g
house a boat kept in readinessIn t
have' choice! 'steaks. Southern fried
Culture is the habit of being pleased with Before any presidential election, propos- case I. of an accident on the lake. Real Estate since 1900 they. .Say . Dad . do you have to stand in ... .

1 the best and knowing why.-Van Dyke als and promises are made by candidatesthat Mrs* Charles"Prescott'.oif'Tal-; : y"t4: W'L ctlon ..' .. ,;Whaf'makes Hush Puppies so easy on the

oOo purport to care for various groups gen- lahassee spent lacr'veck"'Dtsr>6n- -"Lake'BUnleyTW ; ::J feet'and so easy to take care of? Pete Miller
erally at the of all the people. lak. "If. ; there're like feathers the
Needs a Florida Memorial Marker expense ..- ...... ... 64441DeFonlak 'Rays on feet just
'_' Since the mention last week ,in these column ]- omSe of the plans may be good and some .- ,Fla. .J' brush dirt away, resist water and stains.!'!
t Springs Hush Puppies-and the place is
.
of the Confederate monument in the may not, so it is up to the citizens, taxpayersand OrrtiamentaTrronworfcShop .i 5 h\lILLE "R: The Family, Shoe Store. Hush

\_ Walton county courtyard by Harry Moore voters to try to sift the wheat from the Locate "'GalsYdn i? I .1 M I t>tipples-for men, women, boys, girls, little
A Ij boys and little girls] prices. start at
: $7.95.
chaff. i.
I we have had a number of comments by in- --- - ---- .

terested readers about the monument-oldest Certainly one of the functions of govern- ,* ,. ," ,
[: 0' LOOKTTOK"the r'"Hcnko" brand of !
ment is to help the unfortunate and the ( rs'itiauonalrnthstlrancf '
Confederate monument in the South, it
net visIt. to
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try on jour. > your
is believed. needy, but proposals that put millions of N'. grocer. "Henko" is processed by II :

_. "' INT? Moore\ quoted the inscription and won- citizens in that class just because they Ageticym KOEKIiEIk, INC.,, right here in pouli1" >
have reached certain to be going Springs. This i is''trulY'3' sign of
dered if anyone could identify the source. a age seem :"
C .I.\ for they prepare,.their chickens under
No one has as yet, although two or three just a little bit beyond the bounds of rea- t,, 'FOR highest, htundardsf' : possible. I

readers told us the monument is mentioned

r in 'McKinnon's History of Walton] County, son.Already taxation absorbs the savings of BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIRE .. .I suggest. that.,when you consider building

along with the cIrcumstances of itserecion young people at an alarming rate, with so- a new home, remodeling your present home,
%
and later removal here to DeFuniak. cil security rates going higher and higher.Is All Work OuaraftteetlCampbeJfW MARINE'A"CASUALTY >+ or FISHER doing necessary'repairs that you contact

Miss Dorothy Cawthon whose grand- it necessary to lump a heavier load on 1 fhg -"tNt tJRANCW .'fj' ,- down payment HARDWARE is necessary COMPANY and,, they. cue No

father donated the ground on which the them by way of increased social security Rt. 3, Box 143 DcFunlak Spring. U '" -; you Lip to seven years to pay. They will i also

courthouse stands suggested, and we agree taxes for government-control1ed medical care Florida Phone Florata iM91 First National Bank J:J tis.. ;,onoliditteall, l]low convenient; of your current bills into one
..... payment so that you can
for who do need it. l
with her, that the monument could very persons not - pay for :your construction needs without

well be listed by the Florida] tPark Service. The supporters of a federal Medical plan .;:.uvcr, -burdenin8 your budget i
1 .
w'r We have all seen the highwaj.: ....signs pointing -. assume that no alternative exists for the LADIES t i'.lou cat'

to a historical marker and this certainly social security tax for financincg medical] Introducing the newest Slant-O-Matic 600 Sewing brand-new Chevelle start the from year off right wIth a

] would be appropriate for such recogni- care for the elderly.] Machine with the new Auto-Reel I ;T COMPANY. This IUVAUD CIIEVn0141.1 -
wonderful >
Voluntary health insurance plans have No BOBBIN WINDER has new style car ,
and no BOBBIN TENSION to adjust new size new spirit. and Is .
tion.And just ,
if anyone knows who wrote the lines been growing at a fantastic rate. Figures ever again! JUST IN TIME for your SPRING SEWING and CI1evrolet-buUt-fn n newall-around ca r_ It also has the : '. .

you might let us or Mr.\ Moore know. recently published show that 60 per cent of TODAY.those EASTER FROCKS. PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR YOURS test, 'ou'JI be?glad] reliability.you did Drop by for a Y -,.,"' "-, t

ooQ the aged had voluntary health insurance in "
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Call Ruth Hurt your"Singer
At Last! 1962 and that at the rate of increase, cover Representative at
'It could be expected to reach 68 to 75 TW 6-3871 .,. it I know YOU want to start' the year off
,As does so many times, Spring came age per ) right and there could be better

all at once this.year. One week we were hav- cent by 1969. >.: of doing this than opening; no a Savings way Account -
With existing public aid plans in the med- at the FIRST NA'I'IONAL
ing the same kind of cold and miserable wea- Ibis BANK.
ical field, and with the continued growth of WE BUY a. .a could very well be the start on your
ther we have had so long and then all at ,,! road to success Incidentally
the interest
once the grass was green and the trees in voluntary health insurance, if it operates ina SOFT HARDWOOD AND ;t they pay could come in handy al8O. It would
OAK ..
free competitive there is .1 pity you to investigate
bloom. "We haven't heard the frogs in the economy every today.

lake yet, but we will soon. The camellias reason to believe that the<
are about through blooming and they have persons needing public medical assist- will always turn out just your meals_

put on their best show ever. Now, with hind- ance can be cared for properly without load- Contact all of your meat from CAS'our IGA purchase

sight available, we see there could have been ing the younger generation with billion dol-, "Hurtis Vaughan finest'DISCOUNT Tablerite FOODLINEU Meats They t;

a fine camellia show but at the time the lar tax bills for compulsory' health insurance I I 'Phone TE'6.2477 'orat to be fresh. l\lr.\ Casey will that be Is glad'S_

decision had to be made the outlook was- payments through social security. :kome at''Red'B cially cut your meat for any occasion. 'I
s -' y for weekly special Watch
bleak indeed. The azaleas, just now burst oOo or'writ/ *,. :. Jerite Swift, Registers Prices on and sausage other leading i

ing into bloom have never been so late in .The nightingale, as soon as April bringeth brands.

I our memory. At any rate the fact that Unto her rested sense perfect waking IiAIRD ':TIMBER:COMPANY You benefit because SERVICE DRUG

Spring has come proves the old saying aboutI While late bare earth, proud of new cloth P.'oBmTPananuTcity: 1408 ., CO IlANY specializes! No kitchen appliances -

I ing, springeth, ,. -'"j no garden hose no pots and pans -
oOo Sings -out her woes, a thorn her song- ; Florida ." ,,' .j' prescrii racist specialize in compounding

Demand Unpapular book making; .'. to .. ." .. .. ,_ I .., ; S H!ifJ9? J.ust* and like >dispensing our doctor, drugs their phar-and

i Years after the demise of wood burning, And mournfully bewailing, -- .. --- ?.ff J cnt'Ie! attention is 'devoted to pro-
viding
coal burning and oil burning steam loco- Her throat !in tunes expresseth v''h < family Where health care needs of your

;' motives, the railroads of' the United Statesare What grief her breast oppresseth TAX ASSESSOR'S! tilled does make? you a difference.have your prescriptions

still having to hire thousands of fire- For Tereus' force on her chaste will pre- FOR: THE DO ." IT YOURSELF ,
MAN
men on diesel engines who, according to numerous vailing. WESTERN has AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

fact-finding reports, are no longer O Philomena fair, 0 take some gladness, N 01T} "ICE: they a have complete saws line, drills of Wizard, power tools. i

.... ___.,,- needed. That there is juster cause of plaintful sad- and purchase tools to fit any urpose.sanding-machines.Before you II.
Presidential commissions and courts have ness. and any power toot you really must see'

( all upheld the right of the railroads to eliminate Thine earth now springs. mine fadeth; The raW'te4i1 It'th"t'' from compare WESTEN the AUTO.Quality line of Wizard
make
this useless expense. But the rail- Thy thorn without, my thorn my heart you a

s, roads are still being drained of more than invadeth. -Sir Philip Sidney full'retifrnrtnf'lfpiferty'' by .
I you-a*'of;;JfcKtfKry. .1,1g63'to the Tax unuwfni" want to surprise* any-one with an
gift I
\\1 i I'Principal of Freeport school by. : -es f suggestyou do it with flow-
Freeport High Team High in the First Annual Citrus! the Freeport City Council. Assessor" arfteir cash value and any r: t': i JhMCLEAN FLORIST. Telephone

Guests Of _Inverness Series. The following player makingthe other 'eX +l>himotts' you may be en- oc,! nfe! or Ruth and let them whip up
,1 I Another game was scheduledat trip were Tony AndersonWm. 5"ir 7eationsyou wish they cahhSr
1 Last 'weekend the Freeport 4 pan between West Bain- Belser Dale Burke Eugene titled'to.Make'. for wire you anywhere in the U. S.
high ball team were the guestsof bridge, Ga., and Montverde Aca- Fnrrington. Charles Jones, Wayne ;. J are members of the national organIzation
the city of Inverness Florida demy. Then rn Saturday the 2 Miller, William Mooney, Dwight your-returns'from January of Florist Telegraph? Delivery.
and on Friday were scheduled""to p.m. Josers of Friday names for Munday, Larry Renfroe, Frank 1 1964 thrOah'MaicW311964.The '
play: at 2:00: p.m. againcst Citrus third place nnct at 4 p.m. Winnersof Schissler George Schissler William , IT'S.A FACT that when
Friday games! for hampionshlp Schissler Paul Taunton, '' for the entire it comes to clothing .
Trophies will be presented to all David Miller David Bur] -e. Also law requires that for home- to save family that_you are certain ,At
: t
money CAIU>>
Anderson at
Dr. J. L. four teams. Post Defensive PPlayer Ned Chancey, Mgr.; Michael Davis stead exemption your deed see the prices here 'S. When you ..
or .
the opening of his and Most Valuable con- think you will be Inclined to
announces Player. Coach's Son, Kyndell Davis, Coach n sale IR in > a
office for the Practice of Op- The Frcerort High; and West nnd Aubrey Rantz Coach. tract for;title"iritis tube on record at the COM weather proJreRS at al"1 times. E!
I still
tometry In all its phases. Eyes Bainbrldge Illeh teams spent the the timeof claiming-'exemptions. ,see their i ahead' I .suggest you "
examined glasses and contact weekend tq Inverness and both 1.99 to $3.99.flannel shirts, priced from .
lenses prescribed. squads were the guests( at Rain- N. A. DIXON 'HUBERT*ADKINSONTta
Office* Mount: bow Springs for boat rides and Delivery
Monday through Saturday swimming through the courtesy of Well' Driller 'Ateessftr Calls! receive orders, 'instructions and service
8:00: A.M. to 5:00: P.M. Mr. Jim Sherrill. Manager says the Immediate attention through
I specialize in 2, 3 and 4 in. wells. ).. -. use of radio
Closed all day Thursday Bill Bomar. Series Director of chlYtty, Florida \ equipment in eTRUClS WEST
.
502 North Main St. Citrus High In Inverness.The Rotary equipment. Call :5352048. GAS COMPANIES: DELIVERYthe
l I Phone MU 2.4014 \n organization is better than
r' full expense of this trip Vernon Florida .7'\V. 6-W61 service no
-t.'! Crestview, Florida was presented in the form of a FLORIDA it gives and that Is why WEST
200.00 check to Jay McDanicl. ways truly skilled specialists are al-
a'ailable to assure you of peak performance -
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>*tSeagrove Beach Beach, BOW live In Fort Walton.: by" Mr. McGee Jr., assisted by tlon for Interested person*.4o exhibit Holy,.Week Sorrier: -.AtI: F. W. Namea Chairman -Mr. and Mrs'H. O. Hinton have
,.Garden Club Notes I Other guests were Mrs. James H.Car.on Mrs. Haden, vice president, and at the forthcoming Art Ex- First Methodist Church .01" 1964 Poppy Sales Mtheir ,gve tthls week their
of Inlet Beach, and Sea. Mrs. Andrews, secretary. After hibit sponsored by the Woman's -
Airs. J. J Cox was hostess form grove's newest resident, Mrs. L. the business session Madame Club of DeF uniak Spring*. Mrs. aTtE'Rev. Charles Britt, Commander Charles Rau of Rev.grandson and, Glen Bishop, Jr.
the March I Mrs W O Will ham left
meeting of the Sea- Price President welcomed the guests Carson and Mrs Jackson, by the of the First Methodist of Foreign Wars Post
jfH grove Beach Garden Club at her I.J.Members present were: Mea- and the new member and pre way, have both, been Women, of Brcwtonr*Ala.. will be the, and Auxiliary President llness Sunday of for his Kentucky mother. due to the
,..-i beach-front home It was decorated Joseph Andrews, Harold rented Mrs. Mathews, who gave the Year." speaker for the Holy Doering have announced Mr and Mrs' Jim Carson of
+a, for the occasion with .- Mary .Bruns, Steve Jackson asked at the
Barrett. a working demonstration on the Mrs was to vice First Methodist appointment of Mrs. Inlet Beach
Beryl
business visitorsin
were
'f(Spring flowers and foliage, including Russell Haden, Lloyd Lehman, C. technique of making decorative !speak!' on successful rosegrowingin The Rev Mr. Britt will as chairman of their town
an- Monday
exquisite camellia blos- I H McGee Sr., C. If. McGee Jr., driftwood plaques. This is the this area", a subject on which Monday, Tuesday and Buddy Poppy drive, to be I Mr and Mrs. Jerry Mllligan
soms from the garden of Mrs W. J.' Mathews, Elise Rowe, W, theme for next month's workshop,; she scored signal ,success when' evenings. His subjects : here May 30 Saturday in .
Steve Barrett, and exhibit specimens .B. Ward. George R. Wilson, Tre-. scheduled to take place on the ,the lived here. Colored slides "We Look At The Cross", In accepting the appointment, friends.rpent Chipley visiting
of the same flower brought,I vett Williams and a new member, open air deck overlooking the showing the triumphs of another Crous Looks At Us", "God Thomas expressed a sincere Mrs. Kinchens ''a upending sev-
by Mrs. Eliza Jackson, who was Mrs. Eugene Smith of home of successful Mrs. Cox, At The Cross"
I I i I Chocta- Gulf of Mexico, at the rose grower that this would be the big- eral days in Miami
houseguest of Mrs. Cox, Mrs. whatchee the hostess also shown by I The of
Bay. Mrs. McGee Jr. were sacrament the
year in the .
ever sale of Bud- Friends of Mr* Olin Livingston:(
I Jackson formerly of Seagrove!I LThe;meeting was presided over Mrs. Carson extended an Invita- Mrs. McGee, scene after acme of Supper will be Poppies here. She pointed out will regret to learn that she is
r -- 'the beautiful rose garden in Mrs. Thursday.evening. All the today, more than ever, 'we confined to the Baptist Hospital
Cox's former home in'' Motairlo, will be held at 7:30: p.m.
a solemn
obligation In where
to help Pensncola she under-
I La, after ,which.."guegts-< *were pubic'la cordially,, Invited who
gave so much during went surgery last Friday
served dessert, and coffee, Mrs tend.
3 war. Mr. Ben Davis is rpcnding this
McGee., pourning ..''t';. I high cost of living" she week in Gainesville.Mrs. .
L L .CHECK t wnH.US\ONlAtI1Y.ouR\ I OFFICE SUPPLIES 1ii. "has placed an Increased I Bill Gene Wh'lehcad' and
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>. Walton1' Menus ",*' on our disabled veterans son of Rome Ga, spent th<+ week-
our.responsibility see that here with her parents, Mr and
I 'Saves' Me A Lot are"properly eared for and, Mrs./ C T. Chesser
Staples, Staplers, Stamp Pads, ,Gem Clips, India Ink, MARCH 23.27 so far as possible from Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kelly and
Monday-Cubed beef and gravy Money Too! hardships. In addition, we daughter, Terri! spent the week-
lfagic'MarkerLindy' # \ Pens, Pencil Sharpeners, File over rice, hamburgers, cabbage, not forget the widows and end here with their parents Mr.
apple and pineapple salad, Eng J of veterans now living at and Mrs. H H, Chtlders and Mr.
Folders, Columnar pads, Clip Boards, Legal *Pads, lish peas and carrots, hot rolls Why not save omrf ( ational Home at Eaton Rap- and Mrs. Webster Kelly.
and jelly, milk your hard-earned ." Mr.! and Mrs. Paul Hamilton of
Carbon Paper Mimeograph Stencils Lettering,Stencils Tuesday Pea beans and with a policy on* Graceville, were business visitorsin
town last .
< iTHE WEB WE WEAVE Thursday.IR1TZ0
smoked barbecue, hot dogs, spin home than' covem:
ach, escalloped tomatoes,'peaches, theft liability .w i -- -
Steno ,Pads;*'Instant '.VypeJSCleaner lInk Eradicator ) n
: cornbread, milk storm ands< many** 'cplder he spins a deceptive!
I WednesdayMeat loaf ,and ,risks. Not t the,.. .web
I \ Scotch Tape.VMaaywmore. tomato gravy, ham and cheese obligation in giving us to catch the silly fly, i
sandwiches, corn chowder, green call. ..hopes to have a hearty meal
I .; miscellaneous items in stock-now. beans, pineapple salad, rolls, milk. the long hours of day go by. ."
Thursday-Hot dog<.corn dogs, Harris Insurance i t
tomato and lettuce salad tMtatoes t spins his ever catcny,-web,
au gratin, apple cobbler",.+.*>eese Agency drops of pearly-ahiny sun,
t'D e' FUNb\K'HERALD..OFFICE. strips, milk.FridayFish. glutens in the mornln 11ft. .. V. LAWSON OWNER
squarest and cat- TW> 6-2451 l .' old spider's worries-are but
sup, hamburgers, succotash.' pot- 'ew.I .
ato riplets, cake and...trawber- DeFuniak ;Springs wEi' >.- II uns..rui.
ries, Easter eggs, rolls,milk. ,fly begins to search for food
I I ) .. he soon begins *o fly, < MULNEWMANJMNNE
... right into th..captive web
the ever craftynq' >id.r.stands WOODWARDANEW
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near a mighty by. rush in lands upon
-.J t r : him ND OF
R" escape the web the captive
H need not try LOVECMMtCOCOMI. ]
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I I i his while web.we.sleep.slicker spins T

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catch such stupid fools as you
and I. )

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VOLUME,. : 73--PUBUSHED-EVERY THURSDAY- -....-.- THE DeFUNIAK-HERALD-llREEZB- -,,. -, ".- --, --- : THURSDAY: ,.MARCH 19, 1964
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News of Walton cue personnel from, a sunken or Richard Strickland, airman apprentice He is a 1959 graduate of Wal- sible after. registration{ has bon jterwjl, ,will' be. sent for exami a- five days after their 18th Birth-
stricken submarine, 'ompieied..Jn.th ytteantimetIncreaslne ,tion.until, all! have been examined lay. The liberal deferment policyfor
Men In Service within limited USN, son of Mr. and ton high school and was em- ; '
depths and is capable of carrying Mrs. Russell 3 Strickland of ployed by Golfview Super Service ', numbers already reglslly Thereiq foreseeable. Incrase:: all college students and those'n
"I. sustained deep Nlceville before entering in" Vie.'numbers called: for duty recogni/cd technical training
Station
sea diving op Point Washington, graduated Feb. ,
ViUllam with the Armed Forces. The goalis programs. are Mill in effect
I W. Richardson, sea- erations. .. 14 from Aviation Mechanical th Army-
paan, USN son of James E. RichI tq permit the young men" sub- Norman E. Weiss, Clerk
| At present, she''is '''H"mg1th' Fundamentals School at the Naval
ardson of Route 2, is serving the Seventh Fleet in the Far East. Air Technical Training Center, Increased activity will be notedin yo ject to call tor Selective Serviceto Local Board No. 4
know far in advance is
as as
serving aboard the submarine resI The Seventh Fleet is .the world's Memphis, Tenn.. this county and others over the
; possible whether they are acceptable Miss tMtv! Owen Stinson reel -
ship USS Chanticleer
I cue operat- largest next few months by Selective ,
operating naval force and He studied physics, mathematics or not. ved a Bachelor of Science de-
out of San
ing Diego Calif.
Chanticleer is patrols over one half of the and principles of electricity. Service System. Those individuals not meeting rce In Ru" incus Administration
equipped to rest earth's surface The curriculum also included instruction Beginning with the July Regis
-, .. the standards for various reasons, a i. graduation exercises at Auburn
in atomic structure, trants, the :young men will be sent will find themselves in a new University on Tuesday.Mr. .

static and dynamic electricity, for examination .as,I $900 .as pos- program that is still in the plan and Mrs. Taft Robinson

magnetic theory, and the cons I : M. O. "B&Jodd;':Warren, I II ning, ptaKt...Depending upon lack spent Sunday in Crestview attending -
t ., truction of aircraft batteries. I I .. .. of qualifications as established by (ho Robinson famlv reunion.

anr For The pane given the Armed, Services" the indlviduals I Mrs. Max Orr of Blumlngton.TH .
1 Army Pvt. John D. Broxson, I Geriatrics' a''old : foupd; not qualified will be .. hao been houseguest: of Mr
-fkif son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. BRIGHTEST to the study itself of age'with and referred ,to either the United nnd MriTrpcr: Roehm.
largely
Broxson, 203 W. Toledo ave.. a 1 concerns States Employment Service Office -
completed two weeks of leader- Roofing Idea in I the 'ailments ecullar to advanced at Fort Walton Bench or CARPETS COME Cean Qulcklly
The general
ship preparation at the Non-Com- shows years.little interest In public this- the.,,State Vocational Rehabilitation when Blue I ustro is applied with

,. missioned Officer Academy, Fort Years mainly we program. the "FREE' USE" Shampooer.
( 1 medical science;
Polk, La., March: 6. Young men are still reminded Fisher Hardware Company.
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During the course Broxson received 'Put a "cool"barrier of suspect 'belause"'growlng: old ft ttatthey ..tnust register within
I I. WITH A_ I instruction In map read- I gleaming' bright liquid is an inevitability most of us eo.; ---
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:: ing, leadership, dismounted drill aluminum between your try to Ignore even by falling .
of commmand. roof and"the"StJ11' the to make a few sensible provisions and problems N E SAit.ll
BRIDAL SETfrom The 19-year-old soldier enteredthe original,'"SIL'VKRLEAF"t for its arrival.
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r p Army in December 1963 and *--made}
completed basic training at Fort Metals Company'Aluminum figures old age at'65 for men rand .- "lOWEST PRICE EVER
Polk. ,wt Pigment. Your roof 62 for women, the 'pen'

riQo RHODES Broxson is a 1962 graduate of represents a 20% to, 40<#(- sionable. ages. Nature;"'how
Walton high! school in DeFuniak heat factor. SIL RLEAI'" ever, regards aite<< tri' a' biological < ABC FENCE IND.!
rather' rtharr a hron. p
will reduce "on the roof"
rr< ' s Springs and attended Pensacola .
w.rr J Junior College. temperature over 30 ological sen e with'. -the 'resit Lamest Independent Retailer of Chain Link

Before entering the Army, he degrees that we all begin tor grow old "r.- fence in the U.S.A.in .

H /1M was employed as a radio an- You can save on air from the very'1nomnt' of'_our t DeFuniak Springs Contact 15. S. Ellisor
costs. For birth.
nouncer by Station conditioning
WDSP.d d .some. buildings, Old or young however. you OR
See our selection ofmen's Pvt. Jimmie-C. Jones; '23, son SILVERLEAF "eliminatesthe will enjoy shoppingfor.ymir: ) .:; "''" Call Collect CII 3-1023

and women's' of Mr. and Mrs. Olen.C. Jones, need f on air* drug needs at Service Drug and For Free EstimateNANCY'S

watches, before you buy. l Route 1, Freeport, has completed conditioning. In all cases Company. Quality prescription drugs

,Birthdays anniversaries. :; advanced training as cannoneer It completely waterproofs. fast, efficient assured when :you'' - -
and at the Armmy Artillery and Missile service ore
graduation gifts;: ,Writer. trade at Service Drug Com-
Center. Fort Sill Okla. ,... .
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"I T During the corn Jones was ,NO, OBLIGATION pany. 1: v v c .
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Rhodes Jewelers9th h. r.o'sa, _
trained to Senrst'as a crewmanin G. Willhous This week's Household hint:
field artillery gun or howitencrews. BEAUTY SHOPwill
t |w i.ww Mwofe Clean bugs from car wind-
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Blue Mtnn Washington, with dry baking soda
shield
I He entered:the Army'Jasti October cloth.
";" t, 0"" and..'completed basic training tea.zanotWstJ3-tJ54tnwn\ applied fith a moist

at Fort Gordon,'''Ga.; be open on Saturdays beginning

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s2 wMw14wcaPtherln1=" Thai Kilpatrick FlIP Unlawful speed 1.20-64: $25.00 each bond estreated.
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Pariah
Respress. Dep..t.riff Drunk 2-28-84 >2S.00 cash bond retreated

l.w z, : A-1 Wilson laespre.s. Dep. Bberttt Drunk 2-20-84 $29.OO cash bond estreated. I:.
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Jan 11 15verett30Lwiter NcD&n1el, JI'JIP Public drunkena.as :.11.8. $2500 or 30 day*. -

'''r 15w M:6-23' Valentine Fteltte. lFHP Unlawful speed, w 2.28-84 $2900 cash bond ..LroJ"t.... oet a Finn Grip: ;_

: I7wC, L Mu8l'OY' Fteltter FHP without cash. bond estreated
i; .?i Driving l1abta 2-28-1H $230O : t"IA'fDiGS :

S 170 J.ksv M 58wWlama Kl1patrlck-, _FHP Improper parking on highway .2e.84 $230O cash bond estreated tNt the

u 17 Rachel...D. Maker l1patri k.rJIP No sand driven lloeDM 2.2e-84 $2500 cash. bond estreated.
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,I J8WA M A.f..uUum Anderaon Sheriff Disorderly conduct 2-21-8-1 $23 OO cash bond e.tre.t.d.18wA "

':i' O _wrllum Anderson Sb.riff Drunk 2.24-84 $29.OO each bond ...tre.ted.IIM :;:;
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? z Ooasalo, M A Momn 35 Kapatrick PaP . .Reckless driving WW..,;, .1-18-011 $5000 or 30 days.

r -"wH'lel2cra..ea: Dickens P'iddler, FHP Paled" to ,11.10' vehicle under control 2-28-84 $29.OO' cash bond estreated "- and StartMConnectin

. 1"WJ M-Ar1 PItman Pfelffer PUP Unl..tul. .speed 2-22-84 DL suspended :30 d.ya.I"W .

1 ; A. alel" ., aalt.maa. Con.'. Vnsaf.. equip. ,, 2.54 $35.OO caah bond eaLroo1Le.i.JI "I
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W Thomas.. A.I" Pr.iffer FHP" >> ..Improper... mg on I1UJ .ItfI.'! :2-25.64 . $39.00 Cash bond estreated. ti *
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22 Ruby Randolph Richardson Dep. Sheriff. Worthless check: >II 2-8-S4 : Make restitution and pay $3900 coats
23 Raymond ErYln Kllp.trUck, PUP No valid driven IIa. 2-3-S' Subject tin valid driver license. Casecloned.
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,Jan. 14 Edet WlllIOn Rtcbardson PHI' Drunk 2-28-6" $ 5.oo cash bond e.treatecl.W P '.

I: 35 Thomas.. 21Mel1ett OMellett Pfelffer PUP H .Unlawful speed 2-24-1)4 $39.00 cash bond estreated, Even if you can't save much at i'
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25wJC;:: H. Holley NUe., Coast. v:4awtuI",1IPeed,,_ ,. 2-25-8-1 $2300 cant bond ..atre.teel.Z..8W a time, your "batting average* "V

Robert McOonell Kilpatrck PHP No yallet driven. liGen.. 2-2.-8. Subject has valid driver* license. into '
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M for plans realized can improve. Just get
38 Norman 8B.. H1IeSebranet FHP Improper.wlnra ,I&geDH 2.20-14 .$29.OO cash bond ...treated.w .
M the swing of saving regularly here with us.
28wJ"pan'lorrt. Short Kllp.trlck. PHP .dip. vaU4. driven llana 2-28-84 $29OO Cash bond estreated

37 WCharies 2"W, Snowden Fteltter.PUP Unlawful ,speed 2.2.-114 $3500 each bond estreattJ. It's up! to you : "You're Up" every payday I

27 Randall<< M.. Goldblum ,Pfeiffer" FHP ,.,,.YD1J\.h"\ ,pee4iM,,,' 3.3.64 $23.OO cash bond estreated.
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R, Tenne ..t.lfte. FHP ",,* properr.4fiv.n l1ceo. 2-2.-84 c $3900 or 10 days.

31 Benjamin A 25 PraDkI.,*loIoor. ,Kllpat 1Ck.p'HP .Ifrlla1gful apsed 2-25-84 $2900 cash bond estreated. There's nothing quite like having Money In the Bank! *%
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3'' Maurios 5101&"lD Mc0ortl. Kllpatrck.,, PHP p. Fgltowlaa ,ton 17__. 2'2CJ-H $2900 cash bond estreated. ,

31WJohn W Tubbs Saltanaa Con.t. '' = fast to rsondltlon 3.20-64 $3900 cash bond e.tre.t.d.Peb. .
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I Enten H. Goulel ,,,1t1lpatrtck. no-: ._ .YpI&.tuI. .peecI .2-28-4 (99.OO cash bond etreated.'WMCiaorgsM CAWTHON STATE BANK

1' .. Benton Rlcbardeon. DeP. Sheriff Drunk 2-24-4 1, $29.OO cash bond estreated
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1081. 2 k'Eddie Potter. .B Saldwin.Dep. Sheriff .4RIae4ert..fOnelUd 2-2-84_ $2900 or 30 days. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

3oSall P ,1.14-g4 $29.OO coati bond estreated..
Bapatrkt.PE yYiwft4,1Ad. .
Eugene :Dol. >a .stsn DoFUNIAK SPRING FLORIDAHERE'S :
2 'CorS. Lei Taylor ,Kapatrtok- PH P _,If\l.alIII9\ )'."" .JI IDM 2.:12-4: r Sub has valid DL. Case closed. t tIIf

2I lp, ':_A Wlliiam 61' Smith ,>I'tettter! 'PEP '. jfqW4peP.yril4epa. 2-22-4 J Sub closed., ha valid DL No 004743. Cns, .- ,;. .

1'V :M nun A-1S? DsIrCli Fteltte! ,PEP ass -.J.f.q, yal14t..d4rr. lioeass ,2-24-4:4 $29.OO each bond estreated. ,,

'W+ M A V1att+451"Ne.eU , :BQdwlnikp. Sberlff y. lf Qrivrl,. iseaN; ,2.28-4 : $2900 cash bond estreated.

3;9 M ;i IYI Doyle Pfeiffer..:PRP. nrrt*" 1Ftut.. 2.:1.-4: I $2900 cash bond estreated.

31.9-r :lbrama: n .$,,twell..pep. Sberttt 'WO bleM.cbeck Z.-54 '; Make. .restitution and pay $2300 or 30

.4 W Later M A 'a.. >Tall Pfelffer 171P". ..j4o drS".n llaosea. .... 2-21-54 Subay.has valid driver closed., I licence No D- I
1033605.: Case
4W. MWIIl.Am 67d. j'111m anW ".ptwltter! PJIP ,No ,1a1! fl'\ftra.l\ (nos '. 2-28-4 $39.OO cash bond estreated. TO OURFAITBFUL

M -: KUpatrtck PEP No aJSeI drtverahoense' 2.28-4 $29.OO cub bond estreated. '
4 Walter Rolr .ter := .
a Eel I': Les- Long IJ serse._ Dsp.? Slleritt) a _Pasadon of moonshine whl.ky 1.34-54 .1100.00 cash bond estreated. '

., Barbara Martin '- ... DeP. Sheriff .JtVDk 2-..... $2300 or :3O day. ilAID. :iV I

"} Ptefff.r. PEP If D L 2.35-04 Subject ".. "a11d DL No. k-7111-m.
T W111tam r. Wbatle Casa dOlled.
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=. 7 lAurence i. .satten 8altmtan: ,.. Improper DL :1-1-81: fto coat taxed. '

TWLaurence: : !. 8aftca Saltanan. Oonat. D W I. ? .. .. .. .. 2-1-81: $19000 or 80, dyes

orW. M A-5S O.rmanese. Coat' AnrnHag unafhdris.d penon to drln 2.25-M Nol pros.
.. rt ; N. Wad Oermane.e:. 00s$. No driven Veen., 2.26-64 Nol .
: Janie..P.cookout Vfos ceU_, Dep. lIberttt Drunk ::1.2....... $23 OO cash bond retreated.Charts. .....

W M 'A-f No valid 2-25-M has valid. DL. Case nosed.a .
1.estwe Srott PYent.r.. PEP_ .. .11rlvers. jic jias Subject s

W MaM :1n King ItUpatrtCllt, .PHP No .slid.arty r. .Uo.ka. ::1.2'1-4 ,Subject ha. valid DL f N0. D17S481, :-

W :P A-38 8altaman eon. ,Improper drivers. 11ceDM 2-25-54 $2900 cash bond estreated .
S Cnsles, Albert Tl'aylck !
.. :M.AW-a1ehtmaa: ; : : .Balt.man. Oonat. Unlawful speed 2-M-54 $33.00 cash bond estreated Thanks to their traditional senso of serv-

,.}W. MA i-On7 Oattal' Kllpatrtck. PJIP Unlawful peed 2-24-4. $23.OO cash bond. estreated ice and responsibility, you know you can

W toW -A-25 Pfeltter PUP Imp. D L 1.14-44 '2500 or 31) d.... count our American mailmen, to de
wbitman James DaltonA 3r. KllpatrtCk. PUP N V D L'r 2-28-54 f25.oo cash bond ...treated.I.WW on
I: r.+. a rrry of the weather!
M Pfeiffer P'RP No DIe' : 3.34-64 $23.OO cuh bond ....treatect.W liver the mail-regardless
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Krom1
M A-18 Vln.on PJIJ' D I u." 1 2-24-54 $12900 cash bond estreated Also, you can safely save a lot of time

1.etenDllOn s Aster . r y'_.... d- '. and effort banking by mall-using your
3.23-64 $29 OO or 30 day.
1564 Sberttt It ekes driving
ReaprDep.
'IoI1tcbem, nearest mailbox at any hour, on any day
Pea.W Ala 2.17-64 $2900 or 30 day.
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17w -;rt tI..4 ElI abetJ1 Klnlr P'RP If V DIe. f-35-64 !Subject! has valid. DL No. O104MM.Sublet in any weather.
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J.W P.mMt M A A;;df..tie white Pfeiffer, PREP e. N.V,0 L.... w 4 9'tr ; ;. T t i.: 2-25-84 firmed. tia valid DL No. I038S88 Cue Bank here. . by mall. . rcgularlyl!

W 164 A 40 THEP., .. No slid driven Desnw ., .', 2-20-54 $23.OO or 30 dny.
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R.rnarA MaW theney
J. Drunk 2-25-M $25 00 or 30 days.
AU.A-:: Ca.welt Dell. Shertff
11w Cotton Drunk 1-24.61 $2300 or 30 d."..
22 '::ute B. JsekaCn 8.14wfn Dep. Sheriff :- ,. THE BANKMember
1.33.64 25.00 or 30 d.ys.
C.M BaleSwtn. Dep. SD.riff Drunk ( ", FIRST NATIONL
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230M A llberttt If V D Ie'f\: ..) 2-2. .. $230or 10 day .
25 tnmn1) Pay-r: euwe. Dep. ... ."'" .t 1'" 1........... '"k i .
W M A-58 ... t... b..tt; Ifo drt..... liesaN .,} !. .. 2 u-M Subject baa Yalld DL- -Case eioad.s0 ..... Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation .
(002 AIJos. told. Dep. '
wa...droneaanham. Wlnt..leI : '.' i . __u
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W'' 101 ..-34 If 0 D L '::2IfI4 x'' ._ """ ' 2-..61 I Y''j"t.' .. ., Subject ha .valid DL-..-Case) clcsed, -
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VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY 'THURsDAY DeFUZOAK> SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH, 19M
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.. Feed Grain Sign-Up them. This advance paytnent U Mrs. William Feacber, of Syracuse -
Activity Reported to help offset the loss or Jnc ca*, N. Y. There is one granddaughter -
from the crops normally; grownon Mr*. David Pate of
the diverted acreage. Advance Portland. rSWIRG'A'WAij Le tens Kustta Iti ,
173 Walton county farmers have payments totaling $34,136.40 have portable
'\\ signed up to participate In the been made to the farmers In the Local arrangements were hand-j ffffffffff. LIQUID: ;
= can oponer
1904 Feed Grain Program accordIng county who have signed up to led by the Comander Funeral I WREIMCHVTMi
to a report released today date. The remaining half of the If ome. COUNTER SUM* f MlTftAMT
by Ernest T. Hall, ASCS County, diversion payment plus the price I 8TOOI. d Q n;, \ ; Thewperpene-
Office Manager. The sign-up period -i support payment earned Under hte Howard Griffith Points .. n.bl. trating rust solvent Aho
'- began on February 10 and program will be made next tall Out New Service rt deelp thot quickly -
runs through March 27. Activity I to farmers who comply with all I gardrid'om. r I I loosens ports
during the first three weeks of provisions of the program. Hal I lrame \ It's double-geared to frozen by rust, O
Griffith,
Howard Jr. managerof M
-J the sign-up is running well ahead urged all feed grain producerswho the Western Auto Associate _ReYoIYIDc t giv.you.asyefforfless I aM II corrosion point, vornlsh, scole, D.SS'lrON
of the first three weeks of the have not signed up, and an hand
I Store announces the opening of tortholdun cutting . and a carbon or gum.Guaranteed pruners
l sign.up last year for the 1963 interested in,doing so, not to over- a new catalog order center as : ; smooth edge. safe Comfortable vinyl covered hem
rogram.: look the March 27 deadline. Complete added service for customers' l tram $1'96 to use on' oil dlaa Fast "."vIHfpe"' cuttm
Mr. Hall said that although the details on the program are an 12.95 ooo metals.39cUp. .cu.n..nt.. /lock.
I in this area.
, 0;, 1064 program is basically the same available at the ASCS County 1.95
|f f as the 1963 program two major Office located In the Pridgen Mr. Griffith said the new service -
.<| improvements In the progran Biulding on the Glendale High Is part of a nation-wide cata
XI probably account for the increase' way, DeFuniak Springs, Florida.. log order program being launched I Hani.SWtIDtIRUIIIMPIR. 3
interest shown: by the county. bY Western Auto at this time 24 tooth raaAme.lu'ab..I..llln.I..k.';
farmers this year. MR. T. L. RUCKMANMr. through its 438 company stores ( .. R ;_.YON .
He pointed out that feed grain and more than 4,000 homeowned FLINT ROCKET Spring, back cons/ u workR.k.:: ... "
N..n I Tuth an't shearsComfortable
farmers may: divert as much as Theodore Louis Ruckman, and operated dealer stores. grass ",
i HAMMER covared nan-
50 percent of their feed grain age 88; who had lived In Portland -I The colorful catalogs is now dus.a.lsh.rp.nlna.vinyl hollow
base under the 1954 program while for the past four years' died being I made and should be com- around blada hold ads.
last year the limit was 40 percent. Saturday afternoon in a local pleted soon. The catalog with 320 I Famous 'Rocket"s
I Also, farmers who divert 40 percent hospital following a lingering ill- pages, lists thousands of Items of.' en.th. balance
T or more of their feed grain ness. He was a native- of Liberty fered' by Western Auto. Mr. Griffith -I and driving power .
base will receive the maximum county N. J.,land was a memberof ,caid' he will complete distribution at a low price. \r 1
diversion payment rate on the entire the Methodist church nt Port. of the catalogs to his ....-.-'---
acreage diverted, regardless and. I customers in the next few days. lopping tttMTS
r of whether or not they plant any Funeral services are to beheld Mr. Griffith pointed out that Comf .t.rlpri.ndl.._Aluminumand
base feed grains on their remaining in New Brunswick N..7. the new catalog order service enables steel cutting construction.blada. .nd....Haroenad *. -'
acreage. Survivors include one brother him to offer literally thou- 4.95 3.95
1 Participating farmers may request Ellis: Ruckman. North Brunswick, sands of merchandise items which 3.50 3.95 ;.
an advance payment, at the N. J., and two sisters Mrs. Mabel. 'space would not permit him to
t'me! they sign-up, of one-half Ruckman North Brunswick, and display in his store.
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of the total diversion payment due -'
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clocks, etc. Lubricates -
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I 7I : : Guaranteedharmle folding garden cart
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Television Payments $15.80 per month

Il'i Automobile Payment $66.00 per month '{{ fettrs. 'g ya

I Furniture Payment $25.00 per month-


Total Payments - 106.80 per monthIT



IS POSSIBLE TO CONSOLIDATE ALL ,OF THESE ;


BILLS AND 'STILL HAVE THAT MUCH NEEDED' rShe's +f'

HOME IMPROVEMENT . '. AND REDUCE YOUR :
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I PAYMENT! -

You wish to add another room build a garage paint or- '

in SUPPOSE make some other home improvement costing, say, 200000. helping her _rural electricdo


You have other. bills amounting to perhaps 1500.00 and ', !
"impossible" job
tr. BUT have monthly payments of about 100.00; ., so. In order :

to pay off all your bills and make your improvements t

NOW need $3500.00.Fisher's She doesn't mind reading her electric meter Today these people are using ever-increasing
\' .._; because she, with nearly 6,000 other families amounts of electricity to live and farm better.
\ with! who live in this this rural
can make you a loan to cover everything area, owns electric
SO monthly payments of only . $62.08. system. And all over our country, user-owners continueto
take part in the operation of their electric
You have benefitted In three Important ways: ''I This is just one way these owner-consumers systems which now serve 20 million people.

1. All of your old debts have been ....d. made. r'" cut costs to make possible modern, dependable for example, they hold annual meetings,
have been
2. Your new Home Improvements I electric service: to widely scattered rural homes. elect directors from their memberships to
3. Your total monthly payments have been cut from I Through cooperation, they're doing the job oversee their businesses. Working together,

$100.00 to $62.08! i many considered impossible. they are turning the "impossible" job of electrifying -

I rural America into one of the greatest
AND LET US TELL Reading meters doesn't faze these doityoursuccess stories of our day. '
CALL US OR COME IN
; I self Americans. At the start of rural electrifi-

YOU: MORE ABOUT THIS PLAN cation, local citizens pitched in to sign up Already the Choctawhatchee Electric Cooperative -
members and-secure rights of way for power has repaid over $1V& million in principal -
lines. They borrowed money from the Rural and interest on our REA loan . further
Electrification Administration to build their proof that rural electrification is one of the
own electric system. best investments our nation ever made.



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Baker District Office General Offices Freeport District Office:

j Rt. 1 Box 2 700 West Baldwin Avenue Rt. 1 Box 174

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the Walton' county' Rural Areas Point Washington: : 'Bob Tarrances: in DeFuniak in urday: Rev. and Mrs J. D Gardner of
Development Committee reports DeFuniak Springs Mr. and Mrs. Chester Carter and L Luverne, Ala, visited friends here
County Agent's Notes Mr. George W. Broxson, Chair- And The Beaches r i Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin Little of children of Panama City spent Wednesday.Mr. .
man. This committee is at work Greenville Ala., spent the week- Sunday, March 8 with nil bro and Mrs. Pete Burlison
trying to point out the rural and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burlison and end of March 8 with her brother ther-in-law and sister, Gene and were among those enjoying the
F Oscar Harrison economic problems of the county granddaughter, Teressa B u tl e r and sister, Mr. W. R Hobbs and Lillie Infinger.Mr. . homecoming Sunday at Bruce
aWaken and devising ways and means ol spent Tuesday, March 10 with the Mrs. Mamie Hatch; and Mrs.. Russell Stricklandand \ Mr. and Mrs. Pete Alpaugh and
= solving these problems I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesley and Mrs. W. A Holley were business
-. New members recently appointed Mrs. Evie Saltsman were business visitors in DeFuniak Springs son Chappy of Panama City, spent
fruit Juice with remarkably fresh the weekend of March 8 with her
Visitors in
are John Creel John Dorsev, flavor. I DeFuniak Springs Sat- Thursday. brother and sister-in.Iaw, Chat
Pieri" Agricultural Extension $*rvl.. Frank Adams, Mrs. Johnnv H foods |I -
Like other dehydrated --- and Madle Holley They were
Drake. Johnny Ziel, Cecil Floyd the offers substantial ,
new product joined for Sunday by Mr. and
County Beard .f C.mmir.l.n.r Ca..rrttag Mrs. Hazel Dauchette Mrs. Velma savings in shipping and storage Mrs. Buddy Volley and children
Hesler Rev Richard .
Bludworth.Dr.
. costs. And. scientists believe the and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butler
E. H. Harvey was transferredfrom !!: grapefruit powder will need littleor MADETOORDERRUBBER and children.

LIME 13 IMPORTANT and then apply lime where-need- over-all a committee.The sub-committee. to the no refrigeration big advantage I Mrs. Jack Little and sons of

-- ed. Follow fertilizer recommenda- purpose of the RAD Committee all the way from factory to STAMPS DeFuniak Springs were the Sun-
Lime alone is not enough to tions when you receive them. is to better develop Wal- family table. About have 200 been poundsof madein day afternoon guests of her par-
the powder ROTARY STAMPS
make a good crop but It Is the BRUSH ton county and its' resources. a small pilot-plant at Winter ents, Mr and Mrs. Hartford Mor-
key to successful farming. Hereis KILLERIf Florida. This initial batch gan.Mr.
Haven
_hy. Lime gets your soil in you are having trouble with POWDERED GRAPE FRUIT will be market tested in the Uni- SIGNATURE STAMPS and Mrs. O. G. Abrams of
top Condition for greater fertilizer undesirable trees, brush or vines, JUICE ted Kingdom and West Germany. Sylacauga, Ala., have been the
ef! ency. It is the farmers cheapest try a simple treatment called the Thanks to Agricultural Researchwe And, if the product earns;;consu- POCKET SEALS recent houseguests of her brother-
Basel "Method" g in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
Source 6f Magnesium and Cal- Mix one gallon
be be able to
may soon enjoying! a new mer approval we may
cium. Lime controls the pll of of brush killer containing 2, 4, :5, food product. Powdered grape store grapefruit concentrate in the DEFIANCE DATERS Leonard Bailey They all went to
your soil and reduces acidity. T and 2,4-D material in 20 gal- fruit Juice is ready for market kitchen cabinet instead bf the Pensacola on Sunday to visit their
Lime will increase your crop and lons of diesel fuel. Spring is the testing to determine consumer ac- freezer. I Uncle Mr. Tom Berry
.reduces acidity. Lime will increase best time to use the material. ceptance. This new powder dev- , I I I Ned Chancey, along with th<
youY crop and pasture yields and eloped by Florida Citrus Mutual T-Sgt. James Kosch. who is DetfUNIAK HERALD OFF CE other members of the Freeport!
bring you greater profits. WALTON RAO EXPANDEDTen and USDA's Agricultural Re- stationed at Eglin AFB, .was a Ball Team and their coach spent
Now is the time to carry a soil new members have been search Service, dissolves in cold weekend visitor with Mr. ahd Mrs. the weekend in Citrus and Inverness -
sample to your County Agent added to the 21 member board of water to make a nutritious grape- Robert ;Mead,and family i ... { '" . ,' Florida.
Friends o f Mr. Ora Strickland
of Sumerall. Miss., will be delighted -
to learn that he has fully
recovered from the heart attackhe

suffered several weeks!! ago.rMr. .
and Mrs. Ian Strickland andfamily
".: '.. .. .:' . \ spent the weekend in Enterprise -
.. Ala., with her parents
and other relatives.
: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brett I nd

: : eons Bryan and Gary of Carrnbell
i AMERICAS were the overnight guests of her
father and Mrs. Burlison Friday
going on to Crestview Saturday:
afternoon for a visit with his
V" mother.
Mr. .and Mrs. Max Kilbourne
were business visitors in Pen a-

; :most modern refinery cola We Thursday.are glad to report that Mr.

., Calvin Holley of Niceville is much
improved following brain surgery
in Pensscoa General Hospital
sv Monday, March 9. Relatives from
here visiting him during the
: Florida week were his sister, Mrs. J. C.
: : : now serving Cuchms, sisters-in-law. Mrs. Ev.
; ani Holley and Mrs. W. A. Hol-
:
ley and Mr. and Mrs. Albert!
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: Butler.Mr. .
and Mrs. Gene Infingcr! :
were business visitors in DeFun-
.. iak Springs Monday and went on
K to Red Bay for a visit with friends
: and relatives

With giant strides the South marches forward. Mrs Harold Salesman and Mrs.
: > '\ ."y Evie Saltsman were shopping in
'. ... DeFuniak Springs Friday.
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-, I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butler end
More .industries! More people! More tourists! More daughters, Regina and Teressa,

spent the weekend with the Van
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.. income! And-far more automobiles requiring Ness Butlers
_. . !!! in Gulf Breeze.
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I We wish to extend welcometo
-Vv". -. ', >' ' hundreds of millions of gallons of petroleum Mr. and Mrs. Joel a Baird and
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..... _.1 1!:;,' J,;.;.\'"5'.( : products each daughters newcomers to Sea-
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...... year. grove Beach They will manage
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..' ) ." ;: ....... ? the Seagrove Manor cottages
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/r,: :;: :, To match this growth, we have recently completed Miss| ENTERTAINS'

Ii' '. ''q ';, oil -- MAGNOLIA' CLUB
construction of America's most modern refinery
I The March meeting' of the Mag-

-', .- .... ./ at Pascagoula. nolia Garden Club was held
f Thursday nIght March 12. in the
h home of Mis!!! Lois Maxon with

Covering 2600 acres, this refinery is fed with crude Mrs.Beautiful Albert arrangements Butler as co-hostess.of Daf-

i ; f ad Ills, Iris* and Camellias and
oil from the Gulf Coast fields through the longest trt is gaily colored Easter Eggs, createda

underwater pipeline in the world. With a capacity Spring, in as the well living as Easter and dining atmosphere --

= .* in excess of 100,000 barrels a day . it is one of the I During rooms.the brief business session

j world's largest refineries. 'conducted by Miss Maxon, president -
or + the reading of the minuteof
x the previous meeting, reports
s from committee chairmen and the
s
This new refinery embraces aU'of the latest financial repore were given.

I Miss Julia Strickland, Program
,, 1a? ,d, technology of oil refining- particularly in the Chairman, gave a most interest-
4 Ing article on perennials and then
production of more powerful automotive gasolines* Introduced the guest speaker, Mr.

These completely new Standard Oil gasolines t W D. Woofen DeFuniak, Sr., of HilltopGardens who
I Springs,
s M their them At gave a very informative and detailed .
; are on way to you now. Try your | talk on Daylilies Mr.

'i'2; ; Standard Oil ,dealer's, soon. I i Wooten told of the many different -
2 y colors and varieties and how
'- r 6 ? to care'e and fertilize them calling
of a.t attention', to the fact that they
.Our new Gulf Coast refinery I ia another eample need al least four hours sun each

' I' the South ' day. H* was accompanied
I ,,- Standard Oil's planning ahead to serve <- colored
r .t w' I wife who showed many
slides' of lovely ,daylilies.
k1 A pay and amusing half hour

Wt I J. A. McCall, Agent, DeFuniak Springs $ 1 was spent with members and
guests biddingagainst each otherI
'
i r ; I I the. Daylily plants auctioned
{ 4 y ''off try Mrs. Albert Butler. The
plants were' donated by Mr. and
I Mrs. Wooten and. netted the club
around $1:1.00: for which we are
STANDARDOIL :' most grateful. The door prize was
Won by Mrs. Roy Burlison.
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The hostesses, assisted by Mrs.
t i +a Evie Saltman and Mr. W. A. Hol-
'I ley served from a beautifully

1 ? h 4b I/ 'I the appointed dining room refreshment where the table Easter in
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i: i j motif was further carried out
i 1 3t + I s s In the pink cake shaped as an
I'Easter I Bunny and was served

I[Along with coffee ice cream mints
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: and nuts. Favors were colorful

:: / f miniature I I!['with candy Easter Easter' baskets Eggs. filled,

I I. Members and guests attending:
r s'r [were: Mrs. E. Saltsman, Mrs. He-
z i nery Wesle y, Mrs. Evans Hollcy,
f ,1-t. Mrs. Chris Beck. Mrs. B. B. Murray -
: I' Sr., Mrs. Carl Storrie Miss '
(01'9 .lITII Ir ,I'Julia Strickland Mrs. John Fon-
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t ip vllle. Mrs. L. Jackson Mrs. Cas- {

sel.Morgan Mrs. Roy Burlison
Mrs. Paul Benedict. Mrs. Joel
y y i Baird. Mrs. W. A. Holley. Mr.
and W. D. Wooten. Sr.. Mrs. E.
E. Cumstock Mrs. Sin check,
; Mrs. M Garb., Mrs Max Kilbourne
a Mrs Mamie Hatch. Miss,Helen,
4sTA Strickland. Mrs. J. J. J. Cox.

._ INI D A. D -OIL I C O'M PAN_ Y ( K E fSI T U .0 K V ) and Miss Mrs.Gay Butler Godwin hoateues.OL'UME Miss. Maxon







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PUBLISHED-EVEMr I'UtJ1tSbAY DeFUNlAK SPRINGS.> FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH G.j

ANNOUNCING: New Locationat FOR RENT: 100 ACRES crop -
FOR SALE WATER FRONT FOR RENT: FURN'SHED'' -A .
I SAM MITCHELL / .A Meal To Please The Man Intersection of Bob Sikes and land, cheap. United Farm Agency lots, and woouoJ In lota. OnChoctawhatcb.ee Large three rooms and bath. I 12": '
. Freeport Roads. Free estimateson Phone TW 4-7831. 2:13tfchg: ,
located Ave. .00
Bay on Orange $33 per month
H. repairs also free pick up and SALESMEN WANTED: MAN Okaloosa-Walton county ins In 3:12tfchg.:

delivery. JOE WALLS BUSINESS wanted to supply Rawlelgh Products -, Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe. Rt. 1
} s41M MACHINES Sales and Service. to consumers: in S. Walton Box 259. Villa Tasso. Nlcevllle, LEGAL NOTICENOTICE
Ph. TW 6.4141.Opportunity .
county or DeFuniak Springs. Good<< OF FICTITIOUS NAME
FOR RENT: GARAGE APT. Notice ta hereby given.. that
for with car t'me to start. No capital required. pursuant
person Furnished at 311 E. Main. Call to Chapter No. 865.09 Florida ot.,itul s. 1
to supply demand for Rawlelgh Write Rawlelgh FAC-4-815, Mem- the uodvrslgnrd will on April IS 1964.
62951. 3:19tfchg
Products Ir. Walton county. No phis, Tenn Marl2,26Apr9,23pd register with th. Clerk ot the cin 'it
+ Court of Walton County Florida the
ti.1r capital needed. Write Rawleigh FOR SALE: 20 ACRES CLOSEto CASH FOR LATE MODELcars flctltloua/ name of City Tire and Appliance -
FAC-40-201. Memphis, Tenn. and Blue Mountain 1958 models up. Buying; for belnff Company. Bald fictitious; nai',t*
U. S. 98 I the name under which t e
Mar 8.19,20. Road, asking $350 acre good ,Eastern and Miami markets. If undersigned are carrying' on bti,+.In....
have used to sell call In the Btatt of Florida our .pi; ( Ipal
a car .
v FOR RENT: GARAGE APT. terms. Adalyn Pomery. <18 South you place. of business being. JID.< UB..1t
James Hussey, TE 8-2271--8 ajn. Florida.
Spring
Osceola St Fla.
3 rooms. 11 Guava Ave. M. T. Orlando JO. ShellC.
Fountain. 3:19,26: 4:2: ,9chg.2:27.3:5,12,19chg. till 530: p.m. 12:31pd: B. Hlgdon
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I Compare quality compare value e cam-

'r 9 PLATFORM 'I i pare service! You'll find Carp's Is the store for

f 1. Sam Mitchell is very much :
opposed to the Auto Tag; License R ; you

Bill that was passed during the

last session of the Legislature and High on the list of "Dishes Men Like" are broiled ham steak, :
will vote to repeal the Law. mixed green salad tossed with crisp sweet onion sings and,.
'. 2. Sam Is opposed to Florida French Fried Potatoes. Idaho' famous potatoes and large mild-
Development Commission spend- mannered Sweet Spanish onions are in the markets now, at their
ing money to advertise South best and in abundance. They will make the meal. 1

Florida and neglect our area of For Perfect French Fried Potatoes Every Time ." Qae3.

t the State. I will work for our :1. To start withs choose an Idaho "baker," the potato with the
area be'ng given the name. con russet net-textured akin and uniformly oval shape. The qualitiesof .
sideration as any part of the State.: mealy-d mess which make for fins baking; are needed tor
3. Sam is very much in favor nperlauve French Fries.'* d

and will work for a Free Com x\ To prepare cut large or medium-size pared Idaho potatoes
Modlty Progrem to needy fami- lengthwise, then crosswise Into finger-wide strips. Put into cold "
lies for our District.; water at once while the rest of the strips are being cut. Don't .ae
4. Sam Mitchell, realizing the soak because this lets the potato absorb water which promjsthe ) DELIGHTFULLY NEW
need for a Vocat'onal Trade frying and makes the potatoes oily and soggy. Dry potato
School for the Third Senate Dis- trips thoroughly with paper towels.. -

trict will do all in his power to. t. To fry (oDe stage methods fill the fry kettle about' one-half e I Easter Dresses
have one located in this area. fall of solid shortening or oil. A ..-raart kettle or electric saucepan ? 4
5. Sam will work for the continued -' will take about 3 pounds of solid shortening' or three pints oxoil. 2Z
improvement of our Educational Heat fat to 385-390 degrees F. using a deep-frying thermometer Yon get Ms of fttkita art
if you do not have an vppliance: temperature control. Leave '
value whet
: facil;tics throughout our basket Raise add yoa shop Mr
try in fat while heating. basket; raw potato
I area. The importance of education strips to cover bottom of basket. Putting in too many strips atones parade stepping ceJtectlea of
for our youth today makes all 1 brings down the temperature lengthens, cooking. time. amine I lovely dresses. BeavHfal new 899
1 people concerned about the typewe fat to be absorbed by potatoes.
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offer to our children so they lower basket into fat. Fry about S minutes or untO strips are fabrics, styles and caters to

d may able to compete In their tender and golden-brown. Remove basket from fat; drain for a a conplete she range . .
society. There is absolutely nothing few seconds, shaking basket once or twice. Drain on paper towels 1I Other Stytes,
Petite 5 to 11-
7 ta
I more important today than placed on cake racks, in single layers. Sprinkle lightly with salt. Juniors ,
the welfare of our children. Serve at once, very hot. Keep fried potatoes warm la 800 degreeP. 15; women's 12 tt 21 and 6.99
oven until all are cooked. Do sot cover or stack.
6. Sam will use his pest experi- half-sizes 14Vi ta 24'CARP'S /*. m ,
ence in the Legislature to help im ... In a hurry T Talc a package of "grown-tTddaa! from
prove the recreational facilities for French Fries.** Follow the so-easy : an
the general public. As a sportsman "Idaho"is frozen,it has the same great flavor, grown in to stay in.

himself! conservation will be P. S. Idaho's Sweet Spanish onions are large and round' with ti ill FAMOUS QUALITY .
of vital importance. crisp skins of golden-brown, sometimes creamy-white use In'
7. Sam will give the kind of salads, sandwiches, as relishes; t French-fried and butter-fried, Seamless l .
leadership we need to make our creamed, stuffed and baked. AU. of these-Men like! Y C Nylons J l syf, l

road He' is building very much industry concerned a success.and New York Life's Assets Womanlesa Wedding I 1 C a 4 ., "* Veil yoor lee la the ...t Itattcrlng eR .
1
will work for the four laning of Up To $8,070,000 At Glendale School A: new jom ass pared tale .
Coming March 21, 7:30: at the + Easter. Sheer micro-mesh er 7 9c &,
Highway' 90, which crosses the At the end of 1963, New York Glendale School, a Womanless t'J' ;,. plala halt. Rei........ heel asS i P.' f '" \
middle of the Third Senate Dis- w t_. :New sprlac shade l. ..IN.s .
Life Insurance Company set re Wedding with the following cast:
trict.
.8. Sam has always been a friendof cord highs in assets, life insurancein Pianist. H. F. Harrison, Soloist ;,fit fy: to 11. s rase LSe ::t .
force sales of individual Insurance Mother
Howard Griffith; Bride's ,
the old people.and will continueto g
and individual health in. Morris i
Archie Harrison; Minister,
look after their interest as a
public servant. lie also plans to surance, total premium income Vann;. Groom, W. M. Daughtery; Bonny Easter Bonnets
take a more realistic approach to I payments to policy owners and Best Man Felix Ray; Bride, J. H. ,
rehabilitating children, especially {beneficiaries and dividends pay- (Pop) Ingle; Father of the bride. '

1 Child Welfare Services. able in 1964. This announcementwas Darby Laird; Maid of Honor. Willie :' I 299 .- 399 _ _
.\ 9. Sam understands many of the made In connection with the Collinsworth; Bride's Maids, 1 All rI
company's 119th annual report to Calvin Laird and Ray Moore; ,Y.l
.. that all farmers"
problems are beauti
Easter to head. In
. our
and goes your w
confronted with and policy owners by Mary B. Harris, Flower Girls Calyton Batts
promises to "'a
work very close with him. He local representative of the com Manuel CoIHnsworth: Rejected' ful selection of' the season's t Important hat a' k? ;

was born And reared" on a farm pany in DeFuniak Springs Fla. Suitor, Jack Bell; Guests, Roy i shapes. We have the perfect Easter hats to X.J

and feels that ho has a fair Assets, he said rose $337 mil- Anderson and Rex Wilkerson. I 6 complete costume.
knowledge of the problem. If lion to $8 billion 70 million. The Meet the "Beagles" in the tal- | your \ r, '

you will send Sam to the Senate net return on assets before Fed- ent show. Three door prizes and

the farmer and the workingman eral income taxes rose from 4.12 stacks of surprises. | CARP'S SETS THE) PACE INv
will be represented for the per cent in 1962 to 4.22 per cent The admission will be 25c and
next four years. in 1963. Ten years ago, in 1953, 50c. All proceeds will go to the I
10. Having the opportunity of net return on assets was only 3.25 Glendale O.E.S. Easter Handbags

serving in the House of Representatives per cent, he said. SPECIALS I
New long-term investments of
for fl e year, Sam Cold Waves and
$5.00
$718 million were made during upSham.poo
feels that the knowledge gained
& Set 1.50 and 2.00 99
1963 at an average yield of 5:38: Others
there will enable him to make Hair 2
you a Rood Senator. per cent. New Investments in 1983 Elisabeth's Cuts Beauty Salon 1.00 I y ,t JLI 1.99 to 4.99
t
11. Sam will always vote and were made in bonds, stocks and Downtown I
-5th & Baldwin
uphold the principles of the small' mineral interests in an amountof '
1\4 counties as! he has! been noted for $385 million, compared with Phone TW 6-3141 2:8tfchg: ..; ;;;. ;: MsHKtive new styles In leathers, leather likes,

\ in the pa!'t. $311 million in 1982 in mortgage FOR SALE: 152 CHEVROLET ti patents and straws. Choose! yours from our
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12. It is Sam's sincere wish! to loans in the amount of 3325 mil- Coupe, new tires, good running t" '
:i : I collection of, and casual styles In
contact each of you personally to lion-the highest amount since condition. $250.00. Call TW 8-9361. ; ; large drersy

s solicit your vote and support in 1951 and compared with $209 Itpd3:19: tht seaseu's newest colors and shapes.
the forth coming primaries.FOR million in 1962, and $8 million YES . __ \
-- went into acquisition of real WANTED TO BUY: 14' ",eER. res
: SALE: 16' FIBEGLASS estate.. glass boat 14.18 h.p. motor and We Have Matddags

boat, BO h.p.Evlnrude .motor, trailer. Ph. TW' 6-3791 after Span.
gator trailer: Call TW 6-7141 MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION I I and Shoes

between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. i
'':'..2.,2: chg. JACK'S VENETIAN BLIND .
WHEREAS The
: annual sale of Service, Florala, Alabama. We offer Lovely Easter Shoes
Buddy Poppies by the Veteransof
the very best service) on repairing -
t Foreign Wars of the United Venetian blinds. We Install -

States, an organization charteredby new tapes, cords or clean and
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the Congress, has been officially refinish. your blinds for a sum

recognized and endorsed by ,much less than the price of new
the President of the United States ones. Wo manufacture the finest ExdHng new styles In Ugh. l or ....... . .
and the Veterans
t and Administration; I In custom-made) Winds and drapes. perky new dress flats . all .nlp. led ta
For a courteous salesman to call .
WHEREAS: The proceeds of this on you, call ....12. I I enhance your Easter CIS...... Sixes 4 to 1 IP
worthy fund-raising campaign are '
FOR SALE: ALLSTATE Motor
used
exclusively for the benefit
scooter, 1962 model. Good
of disabled and
needy veterans, condl-I
ion a real bargain. Call
and the widows' and orphans of
World'sLightest deceased 2041. 3:12: 19pd
veterans; and
r\ \ \ WHEREAS: The basic purposeof ATTENTION: LOGGERS AND

_ 1,\ the annual sale of Buddy Pop- timber owners. We pay the top
Direct-Drive pies by the Veterans of Foreign prices for hardwood logs and .'t
t Wars is .eloquently reflected in timber. Free estimates. JACKSON

the desire to "Honor The Dead VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Hill, Y. +
4 FARM cINSWs By Helping The Living; there- ria. Phone 2193 days, or Louis Children's Easter Shoes
fore
. Lowery. 4-3825, Florala. Ala..
I, Harold Goodwin Mayor of nights. 3:12tfchg.: .....tlflaUr ........ fer .r wla(
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the City of DeFuniak Springs, do Nee . tardily. .attracted ter I
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HOMELITE hereby recognize the patriotic Lest wear. lie,.* _* .'lrl. skew la.) 2aa. 3-
merits of a Urea variety *( Bw style: Cam.tote r
this
cause by urging WANTEDPart '
XL-12 the citizens of this community to des rams*.

I contribute generously to its support .

through the purchase of Bud- TimeRepresentative Boys SPORT SHIRTSNewest
dy Poppies, on the day set aside r4
I ,r Perfect for every f.rm wood. for the distribution of those sym
/ styles for boys 'feature the Jac skirt '
cutting chore bols of loyalty: in this city. I Earn Extra Cash ,

ii f Only chain' 12 the'lb XL... 12)I...pack bar and pro- urge all patriotic citizens! to weara Representing the largest M-boy. Ivy and. regular. Fine wash 'i wear

f..slon.1 pow.r and p.r. Buddy Poppy a" mute evidenceof Independent Retailer of 'fabrics in woven plaids, solids, stripes and. 199
form,nee our gratitude to the men of Chain Link Fence in the SIISto1B.
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Cut 12 Inch tra..In' 10 *ec this country who have risked their U.s.A. fancy patterns.
I ends. fell tree up to 3 feet
in diameter lives in defense of the freedoms JUMOR BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS ,":!:-. 1,49
Call CH 31023or
which we continue to enjoy as
HAVtArKCf
I TODAY American citizens. Write

q DEMONSTRATION (s) Harold Goodwin Sam H. Neal Mgr. BOYS' IVY LEAGUE 211 fi' .

;,t HARDESTY LAWN MOWER Harold Goodwin, Mayor AND DRESS SLACKS / \ '
,- SERVICE Attest: Syble Neel I J ,
I Repairs on all makes of lawnmowers City Clerk ABC FENCE IND. Solid color summer tropicals and wash la s,
i. wear Ivy styles la solids aad IrUeeeeata Sfewee
t FOR SALE: TWELVE FOOT to IS.rumom. 1

102 Live All Oak work Ave.garantecd Ph. TW 4.8151 boat, 10 H.P. Johnson motor 14 754 Efflin ParkwayFt. Dante SLACKS.morn SI**. S .* VVOLUME ............ 1.99 'a
foot trailer Lynn Bracht TW 4- Walton Bch. Fla.

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PUBLISHED EVERY* THURSDAY" DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 19, 1964

or >x lor' the 3rd day of April. 1904,
this area's business Industrial and Wesley Krleir. deceased are hereby DO IN TIIK': CIRC*'IT COURT OP Thui outlet shall be published once
I tlfied and required to file any claims WALTON' COUNTY H.OHIHA 'each, week for four consecutive weeks
Political recreational potential. demands which IN CIIANCLRV NO 8.150: .
Announcements or they may haveagainst u 11 Ih Oef-tmlak Ilorald a> weeklynowsilper
I 8, Shouppe Howell will work said estate tu the office 01 CURTIS E. HAY ,j published In Walton Coun
the County Judge: of Walton County Plaintiff tv I'l"nun
and vote for increased benefitsfor Florida, In the Courthouse at ne.'Unla -V3._ Witi.i.s hand and official seal
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fall citizens in the field of fc Springs. Florida within six: cal.endar ELMA RAY. I hiD astli day of February, 1O64
month from the date of first Defendant E LEO ANDREWS
FOR SUPERINTENDENT education and especially in the publication of this notice Each claim NOTICE TO APPEAR: (anal) Clerk of Circuit Court
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION field of vocational teachnical education or demand must be In wrlUn and NOTICE: TO: Elms Ray Walton County, Florida
omit state the> place of residence and Sworn complaint having been! filed In An ,.11" O. Andll'wtl1.'rntpu '
s Subject to the wishes of the for boys and girls of the the. post office address of the claim this cause of action entitling the plnn-, I < II v Andrews
voters in the coming election, I, Third District not planing to attend Ant and must be sworn to by the tiff to this rtUayob are hereby notified 1'. O. Ucx, 326Ulfuniik
claimant Ms agent, or his attorney. that filed againnt I Fla
John F. Bludworth '
wish to announce college or It will beCome void according toELDON you In the above named Court by the 45 Mar 5.12,19.6:
myself as a candidate for 9. Shouppe Howell will consult law above named plaintiff, the. nature of ,
Y ft which Is an action for divorce.
LEROY!: KRIEO Executor and
Superintendent of Public Instruction with all elected appointed
or
of the Estate of Frank you are hereby notified and required
in Walton county, Florida. ]I boards concerning any decision to Wesley. Krteir. deceased to serve upon the attorney of rr>' >r First on the 19 of for the plaintiff. Angus O, Andre. w.
publication day
believe that experience be reached at the State level and
my as a March, 1964, Campbell A: Andrews, P, o Box 3.6DeFunlak :! 'b
teacher, coach, former Superin- k q .Z will not attempt to dictate or 411 3:IB.20; 4:2,11.: Springs. Florida a copy o'

x.. ;ep, teK I ndent and Junior High Principal a force any decision upon them. He - - your any. to answer the complaint or written In defenses wild. c'u"-, i l' g

has given me a better understanding will abide by the decisions made Mrs Sonny Harbcson and Mr and file In the ordinal of such an*. ({iliiJ..If
with local wer or written defenses with" the. Clerkof 'tieNOTICE
of problems which face our by a conference peopleof and Mrs. Clyde Harbeson were the Circuit Court of Walton County,
4 school system. the county concerned. visiting in Dothan. Ala. Florida., at DcFuulak rings Florida on

I have a B.S. Degree from theUniversity 10. Shouppe Howell will serve --- -------

of Alabama and honestly, faithfully and intel- \ iiIi"--"
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Masters Degree from Florida State ligently so that the Third Sena-

University in Administration and torial District will improve and

Supervision, on the Secondary and prosper.I .
Elementary level. I wish to serve FOR SHERIFF hope to contact each of you

you with no allegiance to certain in person and I sincerely solicit

schools, but with allegiance to I hereby announce as a candi- your vote, support and help in the I

each and every school and all the date for Sheriff in the Walton Democratic primaries during May

children in the Walton county county Democratic primaries in 1964. I

FOR COUNTYSUPERINTENDENT School System. I expect to fonfide May. I am a life-long resident of 10. Shouppe Howell will help to I

in and work with all the school the county and have always stood improve the roads of the district.

OP'' PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: connected personel and other for what is right. I promise you

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citizens on all levels to have a that if you honor me with reelection - """"" """ "- --- -

I; hereby announce my candidacy smooth operating school system. I as your Sheriff I will I '. 'A <:t' , "' iI All taxes on Real Estate, Personal and Intangible

for- re-election as Super- respectfull solicit your supportand continue to be for what is rightin '
,
intendent of Public Instruction help In ,the coming electionto enforcing the laws of the ; ,.. Property will be delinquent on April 1st Shortly there-
oft Walton County subject to the enable me to become your county.I s : A. p' rrt :

May Democratic primaries. Superintendent and work for a feel that my more than three
after Personal will be advertised
Property requiredby
Having served one term as your Better and Unified Walton County years experience as your Sheriff /; '' as

superintendent,. I feel more than School System.John has enabled me to qualify myselfto :' } + t' ,

ever the tremendous responsibility F. Bludworth. serve you better. I have attended law. _

and sacred trust attached several FBI courses in various r1 'f ""

to thin important position. FOR SCHOOL BOARD phases of law enforcementand ,

If you, arse. kind enough to re- DISTRICT TWOI also several courses taughtby i
elect m. to a second term as your the Florida Sheriffs Bureau.I The majority of the people have taken advantageof

superintendent,. I will continue to Candy have taken every opportunity
W. C. (Will) take this
stress) quality'' education for ourboysMKbirisiand opportunity to announce to you, I I! could to make myself a more i the discount. However, there are a few that still have
adult citizens 'efficient law officer and I feel 3
the people of Walton that t a ,
off I WHtottt' \ County, and dedicate I am a candidate for County re-election this training and my experiencewill not paid their tax. We hope they will pay not ]later than

myself'anew-to this noble task. to the office of school board, District I allow me to serve you better.I .

-John E. Baldwin. Two, in the May Sth: Democratic will appreciate your vote and April 1st in order to save the penalty, advertising: fee
primaries.I help in the campaign. Sincerely,

FOR COUNTY" COMMISSIONER want to thank each and every I HOWARD "Andy" ANDERSON. and any other costs that the law requires to be added.

DISTRICT' THREE one of you for the wonderful vote

announce I' of confidence that you bestowed This office will be glad to cooperate in any way for the
that I -------
I' wish to am upon me four years ago. If selected .1 > .
a candidate for re-election to the I will strive, as before, FOR SHERIFFI
of the
office of County Commissioner: to give you and your children the advantage taxpayer.

District Three. I appreciate the type of representation that the hereby announce as a candi-

many favors done me during the people of Walton County so justly date frr: Sheriff of Walton county,

years I have tried to serve you to deserve.It subject to the May Democratic April 1st is the deadline for making your Return

the-very best of my ability, andI has been a pleasure servingyou prirrv:"rlcs, I am 34 years of age, _

earnestly ask your consideration and your children for the have mado my home in Walton

in the future. If you honorme past three years. I am asking you count practically all my life. I Real Estate and Personal Property.
with another term to this to give me a second term in am married and have four children on

office, I will continue to work sucession as a member of your nil in school.
for the best interest of all our School Board. I have seven years experienceIn

county at all times. Sincerely, I retired from, my trade in 1958 law enforcement and am a Jack Little

Hubert Bell and I am not employed by any graduate of the FBI National
Washington, D C. and
individual or company and I can Academy ,
A and will devote my full time and have attended several other FIJI,

effort if necessary to the fulfillment Florida Sheriff's Bureau and State

of the duties of this-office Fire College training courses. If .

and the school affairs of this elected your Sheriff, I promise TAX COLLECTOR,
county. you four years of competent, impartial -

.: Mv_ ormance is a matter and dependable law enforcement '
of public record and is T WALTON COUNTYWhat's
open -
y.I for Inspection at any 'time. FOR SHERIFFI I solicit your vote and support .,.t. : .' .. I Ii Ii

I am a war veteran, a. memberof and will appreciate any help you

American Legion Post 61, a hereby announce myself as a may give me Sincerely, Joel T.

1 V member of the Methodist Church, candidate for election as Sheriffof Alford.
,
; and a member of your present Walton county subject to the ,<:R f .t

Walton county School Board. wishes to the voters in the Democratic LEGAL NOTICES - -. .- - .-
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Vote Gandy on May 5th. Thank primaries in May.I NOTICE!: Or. //U'PI.ICATIONOR
have received a great deal ofncouragement TAX IHKUSrc.
you.
from friends 194.16, F.S.
my ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
and former supporters as well as Robert Pen tel. the holder of the f clow .
from many who did not supportme Ing certificate has filed said certificates i
for a> tax deed to be Issued
four years ago, and if honored thereon. The certflcate numbers and
i with the office, I pledge to them, rears of Issuance, the description' of
the property, and the names in whichit
and all the people of the county ...
wan assessed are follows:

1.. bie. ,clean, honest and reasonable law 1958 Certificate; Description: No. of 78;Property Year of Lots Issuance 14 4tIS Q.. so surprising about Oldsmobile's Jetstar 88 ?
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enforcement. .
Block H Pitts Bay Bhore B-D ofEM
I am grateful to the people for {, of SW'''. Section 2. Township 2Uouth.
Range IS, West. Name In which
II receivedand
COUNTY COMMISSIONER the many favors I have osossed Luther Brown. Jr.
FOR feel that I can point with All of said property. being In the
DISTRICT 3 I pride to the record made during County of Walton, State of Florida.Unless .
I hereby announce myself as a such certificate or certificatesshall
the time I have served you as be redeemed according to law
candidate for County Commis- your sheriff.: I am a lifelong resident the property described In- such certlricate . ,.
sioner District 3 Walton County or certificate will be sold to
of Walton county, memberof the highest bidder at the court house
in the Democratic primaries to be the First Presbyterian Church, door on the tint Monday In Monthof
1064. which le the eta day
held-In May 1964. April.
Masonic Lodge 170, and the Odd of April, 1964 at 1:3O P.M.
In announcing my candidacy I Fellows Lodge. (IOOF). Dated thl. 2nd day o' W.reh 1964. t 0'
earnestly solicit the vote and sup- E. LEO ANDREWS
I will appreciate your vote and By Eva Li Renfroe. T>.O.
port ofl the people of Walton support in the primary elections Clerk of Circuit Court of
Cbu tj. Walton County. Florida
Sincerely,
X.8Ift not a>candiate for County CURTIS R. MILLER.To 4tMar5.ia.19
Commissioner because of the IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN-AND FOR

soiocltatlon of any group of individuals The Residents Of The WALTON HIANCFRV.COUNTY,NO.FLORIDA S34S IN :- -.- .:.-< ( 25
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nor any clique, but I .. .. .W . Third Senatorial DistrictI LEVERETT a. BRAW :
..n-M"'F."" "" """-7+ Plaintiff.
candidate because I want VS
am a ..
HARRIET S. SHAW ""'"
'and need the Job FOR. SCHOOL BOARD hereby announce my candi- Defendant. J'ST

I will irnsiallirs 1n. working for DISTRICT FOUR' dacy for the office of Senator On or NOTICE before Monday TO DEFEND the Iflth day "

you. Restvatfttlly; from the Third Senatorial Dis- of March, 1U 4. the defendant Harriet
Jaeto Donald: Adalr.FOflK I hereby announce as a candidate trict of the State of Florida. I 8. Shaw, Is required to appear In this I
Boswell.
Boardof suit and serve upon E O
for the Walton County
have qualified as a candidate for the plaintiff. attorney whose address
+' Public Instruction, subject to this office and will seek nomination Is P. O. Bo* 378, Oeneva. Alabama, and
'U8ffTATtV Democratic file with the Clerk of said Court her
of the
the wishes in the Democratic primaries written defenses. . or answer. to the Bill
myself a ,voters in .the county. ia May 1964. I earnestly solicit of Complaint lied against her herein
I ' MMU CT
UpMJi'i' for a divorce.
I have lived In Walton conty praying
candidate*f6ftfaaofflcof Houseof your vote and support in my This order Is to be published once
for the past 21 years. I am mar- each week for four. consecutive weeksIn
Representatives subject to the ried and have two children' campaign. of the DeFunlak. Herald a newspaper A Its Price. lower than 30 models with low-price names!
wishes of the voters-in the Spring in I shall provide a program published in said Walton County Flor- !! .
Air Force
S.
served in the U. service based on the following: Id...
and N ember 3rd. General Elec- the Korean Conflict. If elected to Witness. my hand and official seal
Howell will Intro-
1. Shouppe this 17 day of February 1964.
tion.< to work this office I will serve the peopleof duce a bill to abolish the increaseIn (Seal) K. LEO: ANDREWSC Its _size. a big-car 123-inch wheelbase!
I promise .
If,elaat d. the county in a fair and Clerk of rcu i Court
and truck prices tht
of Walton car tag Walton County Florida
har .forr tb. people
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honest at all tunes. Adklnson. D. O.
way became effective this If new
year.
count**.II will* work diligently vote and 4t: Fob.27, Karr.lJJ.a.
wit tharOoainor of,Florida, and I will appreciate your money is necessary then other Its performance . zestier 330cuin. Jetfire Rocket V-8!
to support in this race. means should be found that will IN TUB COURT OF THE!: COUNTVJUUUE
all other' interested people, I" J. C. Turner OF WALTON COUNTY: ,
brine Industry into our county, so be shared by our tourists as well FLORIDA
as residents.: IN RE-!:: ESTATE: Of BESSIE WTLETFISHER.
fully that alT enaplotyed.-our' citizens may be gain- FOR SHERIFF 2. Shouppe Howell will work for I NOTICE Deceased TO CREDITORS 4 Sensational performance for everyday owner I !! driving!

an increase in aid to the older All creditors of the estate of Bessie
Paid Political Advertisement I hereby announce as a candidate ,whey Fisher deceased are hereby no.
Florida.
L. S.., "Sam" Campbel for Sheriff of Walton coun- citizens of titled and required to file any claimsor
3.. Shouppe Howell will oppose demands which: they may have
Rt, 2. Box 154 CSprings ty, subject to the wishes of the interference of the Federal against said estate In the office of theCounty
Florida the of Walton' County, Plo
Judge .
D.ruatak in the May Democratic pri-
voters government in any area. rids In the courthouse at DeKunlakBprlnga. saaias
maries. I am thoroughly experienced 4. Shouppe Howell will advocate li Florida within six: calendar: WHIRl TIlE AGTlON@/
ASSESSOR served ,well in months from the date of the first ..
TAX have you
FOR ,
economy in State Government by publication of this notice Each claimor
the past, and If you favor me competitive bidding, living within demand roust be In writing and
announce as a candi- i with the nomination I will serve must state the place, or' residence
hereby
I ,prescribed budgets and by reorganization address the claimant
and postofflce
date for re-election as Tax Assessor you well again. I will appreciateyour of any phase of State and must be sworn to by the ..... Kl TeM aKa MTItiUU MJWMUIMUT1 HMU..eUMIMTU Fll sMIT half tlUlfl.arts II.IIMsIC II,KK1U tllU".IH......
of Walton County, subject vote and support. Sincerely, government that proves necessary. claimant: It wUl, his become agent,void or his according attorn.y.or taUMtn .

to- the action of the voters in Aubry McDonald.FOR 5. Shouppe Howell will vote to

the Democratic primaries.I re/tain an adequate voice In the I Ileelslature day of March, 1964.Feller-
COMMISSIONER Katharine Wiley
COUNTY /
have made every effort toserve DISTRICT THREEI -for the !smaller rural' Executrix of the Last Wilt and'Blue Motor & Equip. Co.

the people of Walton County counties. Fisher Testament deceased.of Bessie Wiley

and the general public faithfully as a candi- 8, Shouppe Howell will not vote First publication on 10 day of

am pledge' and honestly myself to in give the my past best, date hereby for the District announce office of S, subject County to Commissioner the- to ption do away since with this would homestead; Injure exem-the March 4t: March9 1964. April 9 11th st. & Nelson ave. DeFuniak Springs, Florida!

of the COUNTY JUOGE"S COURTIN
approval Income IN THE
merit and lower
effort to older people
wishes of the voters in the Demo- AND FOR WALTON COUNTY,
public if re-elected. group. FLORIDA -
appreciate your cratic primaries.I will work IN RE ESTATE OP FRANK WESLET
I will greatly coming wiU appreciate your, vote and 7. Shouppe Howell KR1LO, Deceased -IOOKM9 FOR A GOOD UMD CAM LOOK FOR TMI "VALUtftATIO" SIGN At YOUR OLDS DIALII'SIVOLUME -
.... and support in the Respectfully.; -- for the conservation of our natural NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
primaries. Sincerely, Hubert R. support JAMES PADGETT resources and the development of creditors of toe eetate of Fran r

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