Group Title: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze.
Title: The DeFuniak herald combined with the breeze
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Title: The DeFuniak herald combined with the breeze
Uniform Title: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze
Alternate Title: De Funiak herald combined with the breeze
Beach breeze
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze (Defuniak Springs, FL)
Publisher: Larry and Merle Woodham
Place of Publication: DeFuniak Springs Fla
Publication Date: March 26, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028316
Volume ID: VID00221
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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Political I AnnouncementsFOR CONSTABLE DI8T. 4 I ] DEFL[INIAK HERALD



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I hereby announce myself as a -)
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District 0
candidate for Constable
wishes of the tJJ:
4, subject to the 4 .
voters in the May 5th Democratic: wV-' :.:') t

primary. I '> p 1 1I .

e I I am a life long resident of ..:rJ:;--;:. r DI OQ kris
and C' __ b"
Walton county. I am married - _
cc..t. lOc Number 16
I March 26. 1961 :ac
have two children. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUDemocl'atic. NIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA ....
For the past six years I have VOLUME 72- !

been employed as a policeman by;

the This City gives of me DeFuniak much knowledge Springs.of . "Miss Walton" COIf test At

Constable to
the need for your ;
be active under certain conditions. 11

1. To help to protect life and Friday BruceFOR

property. Open ,
Auditoriuni
Friday
2. To cooperate with the othelaw School
enforcement agencies of this
COMMISSIONER The first.. Democratic rally of
and county. COUNTY
town
campaign .
the present political as
of all not prey; DISTRICT 1I I '
3. And most for a.great many years open at PFEIFFER 2u you have cast your eyes.
LEROY
fee Start On
the public for the little Work To TROOPER I
upon Friday of this week
Bruce on around the this
candi- city week no
which has been used too much in hereby announce as a Hospital Expansion
SHERIFFI Com- March 27.- doubt ,you have been aware of
in this county. date for the office of County -
of places
lots In honor of the late :J. J. of the the lovely' pictures in
1 record as a policeman missioner, District No. 1, Walton The Board of Trustees various
am running for the office of: My past Ward, chairman of the county business eata USbmenU. You
here qualified me to make you a County subject to the wishes of Walton County Hospital cordially : can !
Sheriff of Walton county,and not Democratic executive committee attend .' see ail these
to 04 o'eauues
trust. in the May Democrat Invite the publio .' in person
Constable that you can the voters ,.., .'. ,
against th-three other candidates. vote will be appreciated. cPrimaries 1964. the speakings traditionally open the ground-breaking ceremony ,,"\ just by coming to beta Jaima
I have served you well as SheriffIn Your RALPH RUSHINGFOR resident of this up in his home precinct of Bruce. for the proposed *xpanaion. I-'hl's''MJsa Walton County" contest -
the and want the opportunity I am a life long This speaking as all others dur- .
past, of the late .. Friday night at 7uu: High.
to serve you again. This COUNTY COMMISSIONER county Bishop and the of Argyle.son I am mar- ing the campaign, will begin at The first shovel of dirt will Q. <."; .. School Auditorium'

year, there is something new in DISTRICT B G. M. the former Muriel Paul 7 pan. be dug Monday, March 30, at : .. Here !is the> complete list of

the Sheriff's race, and you have I, I hereby announce as a candidate and ried have to three children.I Speaking next week will be 2:30: p.m.Walton. .., ., it girls and ,their sponsors: Mary

seen all of us on the job-three for County Commissioner,, qquallfied to held at Liberty on Tuesday, March .. .. Ana Strickland. Jacys: ; ram

of us as Sheriff, and one as Chief District 5, subject to the actionof feel I am well and if you 31, and at Glendale, Friday, April Glee Club Griswold, The Owen Motel; Helen
Commissioner
Deputy. I ask you to compare the voters of Walton countyin serve as to this 3. Prescott: Wise Department Store;

what you have seen-then select the Democraic primaries. I have honor me by electing hard me for The entire executive committeemet Scores Superior In < Mary. Murphy, Rivard Chevrolet

your next Sheriff. As the fatherof made my home in Walton countyfor office I will work and will serve progress this :year and decided to District FestivalFor Company; Marie McDonald Kiw-

eight children, I feel I can be the past 43 years and have in the County fair and honest hold cither 11 or 12 speakings- \ anis. Club; Barbara Jones. Jones'

fair to the young people of this three children in school here. Iam the people in a five north/Cof the railroad five the history ". .'f'!': Firestone Christine Paul Casey's

county. If elected, I will meet i familiar with the needs of the way. south and/either one or two here the first time in I.i' ? lOA: Martha Huggtns. Jitney

with each community to discuss whole county, and will serve the I will greatly_..__ appreciate your in DeFuniak Springs.It of_ the. school, the _Walton Nedc.High. ...... <: :.. :Jungle; Ellen Hurley, Blue Motor
enforcement .A.*.. Glee Clubs mi. -? if
the need for law whole county if you honor me vote anSincerely d Bui>iu was K agreed that one here !senior: the direction of Michael -.. .<. and Equipment: Co.; Ann Jones
and bus. under
of its families ,
protection of with the office. Master Mason MARVIN BISHOP would be sufficient and the request scored straight Super ; :", Moore Furniture Company; :Jo
DeShong,
and the prevention Sunday ,
inesses, community. I have Church; member and for a rally at West End iors at the District choral festival Ann CoUlnsworth:!. Fisher Hardware
crime in that School teacher. I will appreciate DeFuniak was turned down. week -' --"- ; Susan Covcu. Statz Real
last
never 4 run for any public office vote and support. Sincerely. Development Group held in Panama City PROMOTED TRANSFERRED Estate; ,SuMs McCall. :Jerry'sCorner.
other than Sheriff ,for I feel that your Some of.the precincts that have *- .
John Henry Cassidy Of in the end.This the "%
is the office for which I am Asks Support not held speakings past accomplishment entitles State Trooper Leroy Pfeiffer
I worked with the were !given one this year, to enable group( to compete in the State Jam Campbell. Newman-Carr
qualified. Good Friday Local CitizensA stationed here for the past seven
Sponsors; have rally in their in Jewelry; Tawee McDonald Creel
Motor"Vehicle: Commission for 5 Presbyterian Church them to a Festival to be held Daytona and a half years, has been given
served as a Florida High- Service; precinct. on Arll 1, 17 and 18, provided effective April I, Ford Company: Dawn Campbell

years way Patrolman and served you A Good Friday-Service for the generation and or the two small ago a towns farm Forrest McDonald, secretary for they raise a sufficient amount of and a promotion transferred, to Bay county DeFuniak Pilot C 1 u b; Jendia

as Sheriff in 'Walton county for held at the community the executive committee pointedout + money to attend. 1. Blake. Fisher's Pharmacy; Ann
be suf-
will self effective May
6 When elected, I will be Community; church on Friday serving: It, were nearly that 'it was not possible to During the next three weeks Evans Lions'. Club; Nancy Blud-
years. First Presbyterian ficient. Today the trend Is toward I and will be involved in He has been made a Corporal worth Service Drug Company.The .
obligated only to you the votersof until 3:00: hold a rally in each precinct, the Glee Club Patroland
12:00 noon and greater ,
: Florida Highway
from farms with the
larger that the committee exercised its various money raising projectsthat following made donations but
Walton county. conducted -
AUBREY MCDONALDFOR p.m. The service will be MInisterial mechanization as increased com- best udgment in dividing the, will determine whether or in his new assignment to be are: not, sponsoring a contestant:
the Walton county of the market stationed !In Panama City will be
by petition for a share speakings over the county.E. not the group has the opportunity; Driftwool :Flowers Chance's Florists -
Association.The on lower costs. in charge of the eight Troopers
has put pressure McLean's Florists. West FlorIda
COUNTY COMMISSIONER divided L. "Buddy" Pinckard, chairman to attend.
are
hours capital ex- there.
three headquarters
DISTRICT FIVEI meditationof This requires greater small of the county executive committee The Glee Club would appreciateyour having Gas Wlrgrass Gas,; Prescott.
of two
into seven periods than the average Trooper Pfeiffer spent
enditures of these projects Plumbing c. Heating. First National -
five will master of support
serve as
twenty farmer of
approximately afford. Thus the in service one year
wish to take this means election to minutes in length with a brief farmer has been can forced to seek outside ceremonies at the speaking. events. that will get underway this week. years which was in Korea. While there Hygeia Bank Coca Cawthon Cola Danley State Furni Bank.
candidate for end.
as a each. Everyone
announce urban the Bronze Star
to awarded
Interlude between or move, he was
Dis. employment ture. Piggly Wiggly Western Auto
as County Commissioner desiring to worship on Good where factory work can Walton MenusMarch for Valor given him for heroism
centers and Gift Bar.
tract Five subject to the wishesof Friday Is invited to the service, be found. This dislocation of the 10 April 3 Saddle Club Leads while directing artillery fire. .

the voters on the Democratic entering or leaving it at any time family has forced Congressto Off With ShowThe He served as a radio dispatcher The lovely pictures were a courtesy -
primaries. I have served the peo- during the three hours as their farm consider urban renewal on the -+-- with the Highway Patrol and then of lUll Shultz Photographer.
of District before and the Monday-Spaghetti with meat Beta Sigma Phi Exemplars
ple my business and affairs permit. hand and rural area develop- as a driver's license examiner
whole county to the best of my The ministers of the community one ,the other. sauce hamburgers cabbage slaw, Walton county Saddle Club His first assignment as a wish to express thanks to all the

ability and feel this experience leading the meditations are the ment on the white acre peas peach half, cake steps off April 8 in the lead with Trooper was in Port St. :Joe in above named. business establishment -

will help me to do a better jobif Reverend Messrs. :J 0 h nAsh, The latter term covers government with fHocolaU"T'ntft ,roll: milk, the first of several horseshow 1054, serving there for two years' *.also to WZEP and WDSP.

you favor me with your vote.I George Milam Winston Jay, Cary method by which individualsand TXi-sda:: *- :"P<|tato salad and slated: for the Northwest Florida ofter'which he was assigned to and to the DeFuniak Herald, for ,{

will greatlY appreciate your RIchards; Ivan Martin Orvis-Miller -- I agencies and private cooperate. -to welners, chick**!vsalad and potato and South Alabama area. The De Walton' county and has been her*, oafs'assistance and cooperation in"*
vote and support In the coming ; and Sam Shirah. ,proups" can economic develop- triplets, mixed'vegetables, fruit Funiak show will)) consist of 18 since that time. making this annual affair a success. << -

primaries. promote the of cocktail coconut cake rolls, events some of which are classes Ho and Mrs. Pfeiffer were mar The proceeds from the beauty
rural areas
ALBERT B. GAVIN One florae Show With ment of depressed county Is one. As Wednesday-,.Hamburgers, for Walking horses, Western horses ried in 1954 I and for the past contest will be used to give a

rtnr-B-Que Coming Up which Walton markets are few and far dogs, sliced tomatoes and mOk'l, English pleasure and Pony seven years she has been employed scholarship to a high school senior

FOR TAX ASSESSOR long as Isolated, whole kernel corn fruited I roadster. in the office of County to help further her education next
These windy March days can distant, communities high priced and peanut butter and crackers milk. The horse show will be precededby :Judge Joe Dan Trotman. faU.. >l>

Clarence Carpenter has qualifiedthis only one thing it's getting capital scarce or off-farm work Thursday Chicken and rice, an old fashioned barbecue for I Trooper Pfeiffer is a member
mean Saddle
for
week as a candidate in the Bar-B-Que time opportunities which the Walton county of the Masonic Lodge Associate Last To
mighty close to farmers will be ham and cheese sandwiches, green served from Tuesday Day
most be
will
primaries for tax Each yearin limited ous. The lunch Patron Order of the Eastern Star,
: Democratic County. subsis- and
May Walton beans grapefruit peaches,
in ole low-income
fam-
I the forced into Club has become somewhat File For Exemption
of Walton County. of April member of the Walton county
week be
assessor the first or will chocolate cocokies, rolls milk
farming, is vet
time
Born in 1912 on a farm he was county Saddle Club holdsits tence-type entirely.No 12 am. to 1 .m. sho Junior Chamber of Commerce,
Walton the area Friday Tuna fish salad and
among' a familyof and more forced out of for I p.m. and a Deacon lit the Southwlde
the fourth child getting to be more enterprize dependentupon crackers, hot dogs and potato Tax Assessor Hubert R. Ad.
children. In 19:+4 he and Horse business Baptist church where he and Mrs.
eleven bar-b-que that
famous can prosper sticks and tomato klnson reminds taxpayers
low farm Income okra corn MR. ETHARD TOOLEMr.
and began and where she
Pfeiffer attend
married Era Galimore a SI la the last
Show. the community as soup English peas, banana pudding Tuesday, March ,
his family of two childrenHaroldand event which attracts horse nor can not is also an active worker. to file for homeatead *.x.emptlon. .
This bodies can lay
taxing rolls milk: 62
a
Griselda both graduates of breed ui whole for Ethard Toole, age Trooper Pfeiffer wishes to express -
and that special underwrite .
lovers to
High School. that likes his assess high enough resident! of 5 South 12th Street, his appreciation for all the
Walton is property owner and tax- the human race scorched and flav- other than basic services.As died unexpcctly Monday morning. nice things said to him and Mrs. This exemption, under Florida
He a
of Walton County and there meat slightly smoke Is draw- the first step In improvingthe Walton County March 23 1904. He was a native Pfeiffer since It was learned that law must be flied for each

ayer has acquired a knowledgeand ored with hickory as far North as situation an R.AJJ. Committeehas Chamber of Commerce of Holmes!! county and had resided ho Is being transferred, and year, and Tax Aor Adktn
fore from
ing crowds inven- Community Calendar Chore. still semi
comprehensive here since 1931, moving how much he has sen aaya are
:an interest in the taxayersof and as far south made a wishes to say
served Montgomery Walton county assets. here from Freeport. He was a his here. entitle) te the exemption who
this county. Also he has 1 t.of enjoyed stay
JacksonvuTo March 26 April 2
three terms as a member of the as date the local Saddle Clubhasn't These fall into five major groups: March 27--MIss Walton County member of the First Baptist haw net yet' filed.

Town Council of DeFuniak I been able to determine Agriculture, Forestry Tourism Contest church: here.Funeral INDIAN CREEK CHURCH I. If you are entitled to
himself with food "BarBQue" and RecreatiOn Industry and Beauty -7:30.: services were conducted REVIVAL MARCH 22-28 homtad exemption/ and hav
acquainting it's the good .
Springs
the problems of the people as whether the fast horse activity'that Supporting Services I.e., schools, Political Rally-Bruce-6.30.: at 2:00: P.M. Wednesday afternoon net yet done. w. be sacs te fll*
or and Good Friday Services-12:00: -
a whole. Is bringing the people out. banking institutions, health from the Comander Home Indian Creek Baptist Church by Tusday. Marcho SI.

He says he is sincerely grateful event is scheduled for I welfare etc. 300.: Chapel with the Rev. Gayle Threl- will be in revival. March 22 to
This year's March 31 4:30.
Rally Liberty
:
for the friends he has made these in the Harbeson BallPark The same committee is now keld officiating. Interment followed 28. Services at 7 p.m. nightly. NOTICE
ast years, and if honored with April Arena 5. and is open to the engaged in a study of what is April 1-Pilots-12:00.: in the Magnolia Cemetery. Rev. Charles W. Knowles will M. C. Burke Supervisor of Registration -
DeFuniak Garden Club 8:00.
this office will strive to 'serve needed to improve performancein : Ho is survived by his wile, be doing the preaching. Everyone announces: that for th*
public. and at a meeting So. Walton Lions-7:15.: DeFuniak I benefit of eligible voters who have
the people of Walton County to each category, Mrs. Exey Toole bi welcome. "-
the very best of his ability at all EASTER SUNRISE SERVICESSUNDAY in the City Hall March 19 April 2-Green Thumb Garden Springs, three sons: William -Wilbur Kelley, Pastor not registered here since :January.

times. AT B A.M. called by Oscar Harrison, the Club-3:15.: Poole Grayton Beach, Buford 10S7.;he will be in the following

Your vote and- support will be -. RAD committee was enlarged, and Poole DeFuniak Springs, and Murdock McLeod asks us to report precincts for the purpose of registering

.appreciated! There will be Easter 'Sunrise every chairman urged to expand LOST: 8 TRAN8ISTER Chan Stanford Toole of Reddlck Fla., that some individual has voters on March 27:

CLARENCF.CARPENTER Services. Sunday, March 29, at 5am his committee to include every- nelmaster Radio last Thursday on and three sisters: Mrs. Sanford been cashing checks with what Darlingtonschool: -8 to 10 ajn.

: at the Cluster Springs Baptist one willing to share a bit of time the campus at Walton High Retherford and Mrs. Hoyt Brown purport to be his signature whichhe Limestone: church--10:15: ajn.

Annual Rummage Sale Church.. and know-how for the better- School. If anyone has found my both of Bonlfay, and Mrs. Morris did not sign and asks merchants to 12 noon. -

Saturday, April 11 Everyone ,has a cordial invita- ment of the entire community.It radio will you please call me, Rushing of Jacksonville. There not to cash such checks unless Gaskin school-12:19: to 2:00:: p.m. I

tion to attend. must be emphasized that the Barbara Morris at TW 6-9981. [I are five grandchildren. he Is present. This registration' he points out

The Ritual of Jewels Chapterof entire responsibility for initiatingthis will enable voters to partlclat in

the Beta Sigma Phi,will have Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Shultsrecently self-help RAD programs rests th* coming elections.

their annual rummage sale on, attended a photographicseminar squarely on the citizens of Walton ?

Saturday. April 11. put on by the Mississippi- county. The Government enters Glendale' HomeDmnoMtration

It will be held at the old Alabama Professional PPhoto- only upon invitation after every .+ a a Club
burned-out .Jitney Jungle build- graphers I A1 oe. local means of financing has failed ;acjrr oUWy

ing next to 'Fishers Hardware to rovide long term low cost The Glendale Home Demonstra
Store. Proceeds will go to the Opens .Auto Parts ServiceClaude loans. Under the circumstances, tlqn Club held it regular' meeting

cancer fund. I therefore the success of this attempt y March 12, at the home of Mrs.
Anyone who would like to to help Walton county Hurtis Wllkerson.

denote any clothing to this project help itself depends upon every We started our meeting with

please call eithe rof these man and woman contributing 1 3 f tr f coffee and club business after
6-9611 daytimesor deliberations and mak-
numbers 6-1691 committee which Mrs. Clark talked with us
6-1451 after 5 p.m. All dona- ing suggestions in any category in about health problems in the county

tions will be greatly appreciated.David which they are interested and in- .- and how we might help. Mrs.
-i
termed. Everyone who believes s Clark showed film on poisons in
Woodward visited with they owe something more to the the .home which was of interestto
his parents this weekend. p y'y'; %y fi7u community in which they live r all.
Mrs. Marlon McNamee is visiting than the mere payment of taxes
relatives in Mobile. Is invited and urged to partici- Laura Wilkerson. Reporter.

Three of the Jernigan girls from pate.

Crestview are visiting with their -E. H. Harvey., Reporter. Weather Report

granparent. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. .-

Covell. during. their holidays. 8OUTHWIDE, BAPTIST CHURCHA March High Low Rain

A 18 77 38

FOR SALE: WATER FRONT hymn sing will be held on 19 66 44 1.09

lots, and wooded in lots. On Easter Sunday afternoon at South- 20 75 53 .01

Choctawhatchee Bay, located on wide Baptist Church. The time 21 87 50

Okaloosa-Walton county line in of the ting will be from 230: p.m. 22 88 31

Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe. Rt. 1 4:00 I 23 70 39
till : p.m. ',.... ... _,_,, __
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Box 259 - A hearty invitation is I Councilman Bill Shultz' handsus erected directing the way to the j has had the area cleaned: up, wear 24 88 50 .

Florida. the public to come and joinin this picture of trash and garbage -I dump and asks that individualsnot told by Mrs. Pat PoUr secretary Forecast:: Thursday cloudy,

BEDROOM Bulger who announcesthe singing praises to our Resurrected dumped on private propertyon dump except at the dump. and at this time It looks I windy and warm showers ending fin

FOR RENT: ONE ref.. and opening of Bulger Auto partson Glorified and soon return- the road to the city dump. I Since that sign was taken last somewhat better than it did than I afternoon, followed by slowly

house conditioning.on 21st St.. Ph.Stove TW 6-4951. April 1. The new business will ing king and Lord of H.Lords.Martin. Councilman Shells has had signs week, the Chamber of Commerce I -Photo by ShulU ctoaring and colder temperature
air Ivan
be located on JCast: Baldwin Av* Pastor.
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FOR SALE: SMALL CHICKEN
tivw..v 8peclalVOI'8hlp: Service Mrs. Sanders Honored BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT farm, 23: acres. Three chicken

Sunday March: 2 JOn fr''r' With Bridal Shower houses. 6,000 capacity House

SOCIAL I ACTIVITIES I I Lt. Jg and Mrs. John birth Allen of a double_car garage and barn. Free"
the
I Sunday evening March 29 Mrs. Elaine Mehlhorn Sanders, Mason announce port ,Rd,- Hiway 331, Ph. TW 6-
there will be a serial worship ser- (decent bride of James Sanders, son, Charles Allen on February 3261.

vice in the sanctuary of the First I I CT2 U. S. Navy wns honored at I 27, 1964 at the Patuxent River I NO_CHARGE FOR_USING___ ltpd

: Methodist church. The combined I a bridal shower Fr.day evening Naval Hospital in Patuxent Blue Lustre Carpet Shampoocr OUR
:J choirs of the churches of the March 20 at the community build- River, Md. with purchase of Blue
are Lustre
community will present a cantata I ing in Argyle. Mrs. Bculah Bishop. The paternal grandparents of Shampoo Fisher Hardware
The Seven Last Words of Christ"by I Mrs. Nell Bishop and Mrs. Ethel Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Mason Company -

'' Theodore Dubois. The choir Prescott were the co-hostesses. DeFuniak Springs.

a will be under the direction of Mr. The guest of honor was presented FOR SALE: DINETTE SET
Michael DeShong. Walton High : with a pink camellia cor- Liberty P.T.A. Sponsors table and four chairs. Good condi-
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i f School Glee Club Director and sage Mrs. Beulah Bishop presidedat Chicken and Dumpling bupper tion. 12 Orange Avenue, Phone

Choir Director at the First Bap- the bride's book A color schemeof TWJ4441.. 3:26chi.tr.:
Liberty P.TJV. will sponsor -
tist church. The
and was used.
pink
< green 1W
chicken and dumpling sup- T D-YOBU Y:
The community is invited to attend and a : REMOTE
: this Easter worship service. Fruit punch, iced cakes servedto per, Tuesday, March 31st., in the control unit for 14" boat. Also
< *: salted nuts and mints were school lunchroom. Serving will piece of plastic for boat wind-
f. shared this
:: Book Discussion PostponedThe 38 guests, who begin at :3 p.m. Plates 50c chil- shield. Ph. TW 6-3791 after ::5 p.m.
}. lovely occasion. dren under 12 and adults $1.00.
'(}S Great Books Discussion I The honoree received many Everyone is invited to attend. LOST: 8 TRANSISTER Chin

j' : Group _will not meet this! _week beautiful and useful gifts. Come and eat supper and stay nelmaster! Radio.last_.Thursday! on
uecause 01 me Maunay inurs- for the political rally beginningat me campus at Walton High
i .N Mrs. Walter Schmidt of Ft. Lau- School. If anyone has found
dal services, the meeting has been Marie Douglas Named 6.30: p-m. my
.. changed to Thursday, April 2. Woman Of The Year derdale, spent last week at Rock radio will you please call me.
Hill as the guest of Mrs. Josie IOOF GRANDMASTER MADE, Barbara Morris, at TW 69981.

Miss Billle Wilson returned last Evans. VISIT FOR "
week from Arkansas where she Mrs. Marie Douglas has been Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Bowers Soat, CO) SALE_ : IB FIBEGLASS
had visited named "Woman of the Year" for this week, Mrs. Grand- h.p.Evlnrude Motor,
relatives for several I have as their guest Dr. Geo. M. Coates gator trailer %Call
i weeks. I Walton county. She is active iiI Bower sister, Mrs. Willie J. master of the State of ''Florida between TW 6-7141
I 8am. and 3 .
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mitchell, I the many social, civic and cultural Granger of Montgomery. Odd Fellows, of Bradenton, helda 3:19.26.4:2: : chg. D m.
; Sr., and Mr. and Mrs: R. E. Mit- events of Walton county, and the Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Griswold attended special meeting on Wednesday -

f'lf: : chell, Jr. were here Saturday to owner and President of the Euchce the Glee Club Festival in night, March 18, at IOOF Hall SPECIALS
:x_aVi attend the funeral! of Rodney Valley"BroadcaUng Company Panama City Saturday.Mrs. and showed color movies of his Cold Waves $5.00 and up
Mitchell.Mr. located here. Mrs. Douglas and Quida Clark and Mrs. R. official visits to the various IOOF Shampoo & Set 1.50: and 2.00
and Mrs. D. H. Wise, Mrs. her husband, the late W;. D. "Coo- C. Blue spent Friday and Satur- lodges' from Pensacola to Key Hair Cuts 1.00;
f Ceccil Wise, Miss Clarice Garrett er" Douglas were the originators day in Gainesville visiting with West and of a District Meetingof Elizabeth's) Beauty Salon
visited Francis Wise in Pensacola of the 'Old Folks Birthday Club their sons Al Clark and Rob the Southeastern States which Downtown-:5th & Baldwin

Sunday.Mr. of the Air", a daily radio program Blue, students at the U. of Fla. was held in Birmingham. Phone TW 6-3141 6tfchg:
and Mrs. H. T. Brewer, Jr. honoring citizens 70 years old or Mr. J. F. Robinson of Argyle, He also had pictures of our
of Pensacola, were visiting her older and has brightened the who underwent surgery in the IOOF home for the aged in Gain- ATTENTION: LOGGERS AND
mother, Mrs. M. M. Bannister over lives of our elder citizens for 19 Baptist Hospital In Pensacola last esville. The highlight of the Home timber owners. We pay the top

f the weekend.Mrs. years....... 7 week is so recovered that he expects was the Christmas Party that was prices for hardwood logs and
Gretchel Cosuon and MUss: She Isan active member of the to be able to come home given for them. Dr. Coates stressed timber. Free estimates. JACKSON

Patricia Goff, are visiting relatives Pilot Club of "''DeFuniak, Springs Monday. We all hope he will soon that "We are our Brothers keeper VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Hill,
in Little Rock, Ark. and has served as Pilot Club be out and around again. and all should be happy that we ',Fla. Phone 2195 days, or Louis

Mrs. Frances Florence of Gray. Safety Chairman for District Four Mr. Chris Reeves Is home from ere a part of such an organization Lowery, 4-3823. Florala Ala.,

ton Beach came up Wednesday to (State of Florida) for the last college for a vacation with his and are doing our part to keep nights. 3:12tfeh: --! ..

t attend the Art Show. year. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond it going". There are now seven- FOR
Vi Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ryland of She is the chairman-elect of the Reves and family. teen aged people living in the RENT: 100 ACRES Cropland ,
: Tallahassee the weekend Committee for her local cheap. United Farm Agency,
spent Safety
Miss Janice Clayton student at home and some very feeble. i Phone TW
here with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pilot Club for the 4-7831. 2:13tfchg:
coming year. Troy State, spent the A.E.A. holi- Members from Ft. Walton
Engagement AnnouncedMr. Storrs. She: represented Pilot Interna- days with her parents, Mr. and Beach Panama City and Lynn SALESMEN WANTED: MAN
I Miss Angela Seymour of FSU, tional District Four on the Inter- Mrs. C. E. Clayton. Haven helped to make the meeting wanted to supply Rawleigh Pro-
spent the weekend here. natloal Safety Council in August,
a success. A social hour with ducts to consumers in S. Walton
Mrs. Julia Thomas and Miss 1963 in Lansing, Michigan.She and Miss much enjoyedby
Mrs. Nelson Burton refreshments was county or DeFuniak prings.
Good!
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or
: and Mrs. A. I* rnarpe Technical High School and attended Marcella Purdom of
Route 3 DeFunlak have the of Wauchula serves on the Governor'sCouncil Blllie Wilson spent Monday in all. time to start. No capital required
Springs University Miami. He
and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Purdom
for and has
I Safety recently Noble Grand Write
Pensacola.Mrs. Raymond Loftin, Rawleigh FAC-4-815. Mem-
announced the of is
engagement presently employed by the Cityof of Fort Walton Beach Sun-
were been appointed to serve on
Tenn.
of Wambles phis
Charles Garraway Callie Marl2,26Apr9,23pd
their daughter, Hilma of 6613Flagler : Miami. day guests of the Gallagher fam the Citizens AdvisoryCommitteeof
Pensacola to Wil- The is Marianna. visited! her aunt Miss
wedding
Drive planned for
ANNOUNCING
Highway Safety for the State : New Locationat
1'am Baxter Hill of Miami. 7:30: P.M. May 2 at the Olive ily.Mrs.. Vivian Stubbs and two of Florida. Mary Richardson last week. Miss CRUSADER NEWSA II intersection of Bob Sikes and

Miss Tharpe is a graduate of Baptist Church, in Pensacola, daughters of Marianna, visited During the 1963 Session of the Richardson returned with her for Freeport Roads. Free estimateson
Walton high school and i J. employed Fla. Rev. Jeff Rousseau will of- relatives' here on Sunday. !several! days visit. Crusaders for Christ Rally repairs also free
Legislature, Mrs. Douglas servedas pick up and
Mr. and Mrs. John Koslrnik of will be held at the Davis Lane
in the Quality Control Department ficiate. All friends and relativesare
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Mrs. Bess Karlck: left Sunday Administrative Assistant to delivery. JOE WALLS BUSINESS
have been chcurch this March 28.
Harbor Mich., Baptist
of the Chemstrand Corp.in invited to attend the Springs
weddingand for Auburn to resume her dutiesas Senator MACHINES Sales and
Clyde Galloway. Service.Ph. .
visiting In DeFuniak Springs! the Games will begin at :3'30: ; the
Pensacola. reception which will be heldat house mother. She had been She has personally participated TW 64141Opportunity .
Mr. Hill Is a graduate of Miami the church fellowship hall. home nast week they left Monday with meeting at 7:00: p.m.
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during holidays. in. many _local c.drives! including) 1UT.-.. T.,,,.'., -Toan TWnrrU- .Ins a visit'" { A group of students from the for with
cancer, Heart, Mot tiers March i Ba ;bld'G: : person car
In with Rev. andMrs. Southeastern Bible College, Birmingham to; supply demand for Rawleigh
She sponsors "Polio Coffees" each J W Sellers and family and will be in charge. You Products in Walton No
k year at the studio. At present, she I return through: Graceville and are cordially urged to attend this capital needed. Write county.Rawleigh
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Sy7A't serves on the nominating com- Chipley to visit!; with other rei-I special rally. Martha Hedger, FAC-40-201, Memphis, Tenn.
mittee for the Walton County
Cancer Unit. !atives, returning..back to President.FOR Mar :5,19,20.
I InK me last or tne weeK.
I In addition to her...work, Mrs. i Rev. and Mrs. Bobby Morris and SALE: LOT IN EAST oe. FOR, SALE: WATER FRONT
Douglas belong vUie Order-of Eas- daughter Stella Jean of Mineola, Funiak. Contact Herschel Johnson lots, and wooded in lots. On
tern Star President of the Tri- L I., N Y., returned to their 211 Loftin St. city. ltpd Choctawhatchee Bay located on
County Past Matrons Club'Amer- home last week after visiting here Okaloosa-Walton county ine in
FOR RENT: LARGE
ican Women in Radio, Who's Who with their mother and erandmo- stairs DOWN. Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1
apartment.
Inqure at 311
qs{ of American Women Red Cross her, Mrs. Lucy Jean Morris on Circle Drive. 3-4 Box 239: Villa Tasso, Niceville,
fy Presbyterian Church Pilot Club N. 9th Street "
and served as President of the FOR RENT: GARAGE APT.
FOR SALE: GERMAN POLICE
Crestvie Music Study Club for Among those from here attending 3! rooms. 11 Guava Ave. M T.
/ dog nine months old. All shots
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two
years. the Southeastern National registered Fountain. 31926.: 4:2: 9chg.!
ler. and great pet. Makes
: 'Ix K Isf? Easter Sunrise ServiceTo Rodeo In Montgomery. Saturday wonderful watch dog a bargain at CASH FOR LATE MODEL

Be Held' In Lakeyard r.lrht were Mr. and Mrs. Harold 7500.: Inquire at the Ponce de cars, 1958 models up. Buying for
Carpenter.
Mr and Mrs.
Garlan Leon Trailer Park 1 mi. west, Eastern and Miami markets. If
Ministerial Association,
;
Weeks, Mr. and
Mrs. Glen
Ches- Ponce' de Leon Motel & Cafe. you have a used car to sell, call

s ffi ,r I I The Faster Sunrise Service will sec. Delbert Ingram Spence McDonald., Roy Cawthonand Phone TE 6-2433 ask for Mr. Ditty James Hussey, TE 6-2271--8 a.m.

be held In the Lakeyard at 6:00: more. ,ltpd ill 5:30: p.m. 1231pd:
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a jn. on thIs Sunday morning. This I
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sponsored by the Walton county

I : ( c- Ministerial shippers will Association.gather near The,the wor-wa- busine :}

ter on the north side of the City w

It Auditorium. _
y _
.P- I I The Reverend Mr. Harold Pad- wit

t t jgett, Minister of the Lake Stan- t t wrwaovd
!, t.tist church, will bring the mes- R 1 ? ;

sage. The music will be led by > .,, h''
.wawwa
Mr. Michael DeShong, Choral Director wlraraaaw
of Walton high school.


: I I Mr. and Mrs. Sid Ronk and

; ee4j children of Los Angeles are visiting -
: Mrs. Ronk's mother, Mrs.
Teriesa Fayes. Mr. Ronk left Monday -

s. for Germany. His wife and
.4 I children will follow soon. They
i plan to live'there three years.
| Mrs. W. I. Stinson Sr., and Mrs.Ruth
Mitchel left for Atlanta
Monday to spend a few'dayi.
F ,
kr 1: I Dr. Jim Borders of Crestview,
visited the Phil Harris here on
Saturday.
| Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stinson Jr.
Sarah and Janie Stinson Corine

.Cartwright, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
R Harris and Mrs. W. I. Stinson,
Sr., attended Miss Betty Owens

Stlnson's graduation on Thursday;

at Auburn University last. week. when you manufacture in
Miss Penny Moore of Troy ,
State College spent the weekend
here ith her parents. Mr. and DeFuniak
b peaking of: hot water; Joe Mrs. Ray Moore of Glendale. Springs Florida

Miss MItzl Mason of FSU, spent _

there' nothing 'like; a Ftam 1 esefecfrfc parents.the weekend here visiting her that Florida's Florida'sunshine has DO comparison! But did you know-
beet
Miss Juanita Dumas of Troy the facta. climate fa its business climate? Check

( water heater For supplying State College in Troy, Ala.. spent tagea In Compare them with your State' industrial advan+
the spring holidays here with relation to your business or industry.

fNSrANl; IN XH"'Vrld tE Nor Wf her father. Compare Florida's favorable tax
Mrs. Annie Bell Cosson had as free structure . guaranteed
her guest her enterprise labor. . 211% personal Income
Thomas
son, Cos- growth .toce
Q4YAw wioHr Ar LOW srcosy 1950...a growing 12 BILLION DOLLAR

son.Mr.. Clyde Newton of Troy State You will probably agree that Florida Is far consumer ahead In market.placing

College spent the spring holidays the businessman in the profit picture
here with his mother.
Golf. fishIng and
Miss Frances Rushing of Mont- but swimming may not be business factors
gomery, spent the weekend here they can be enjoyed year 'round when UvVOLUlIE and
Gust 3I-o..e.r Company: with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. work in Florida. Sound Interesting? you
Ralph Rushing.
For
more detaU.
Mrs. Ina Thompson of Tallahas- Florida on how you can become a permanent
see, spent the weekend here with resident and businessman-contact
Mr. Wendell
her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jarrard, Chahman-Dlrector. Florida
Paul Thompson. mlaalon In Tallahassee Development Com-
or the
I Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Spence the community you are visiting Chamber of Commerce of

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born March 18, whom they have "

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budget for 1964 calla for expend
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$50,000 every day throughout the:year- e s -.
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facilities to insure adequate pow
er for all of Northwest Florida's present and
future needs. ; ,
More than$13,000000 will be spent on continua -
tion of the construction of the company'*third
huge generating plant-the new Lansing Smith Thousands off New Plants
Steam Plant near Panama City-which is scheduledto

go of into 125,000 service kilowatt next year capacity.wJth an initial generatingunit ... HURRY! GARDENS NOW BLANKETED IN COLOR

Additional 110,000 volt transmission lines will be con-
structed at Panama City and Valparaiso. The Fort.Wal i1 .' Never before in its 32-year history has Bellingrath Gardens
for thatarea's .; been more brilliantly beautiful. thousands of new azalea
ton Beach substation will be expanded to provide
plants have been added, and the Gardens are aflame with
electrical loads,and other transmission'Unes
rapidly growing blazing color. It's. sight i you'll remember for a lifetime.
Graceville and Pensacola Beach areas.
will be added in the See i It nowl! '
A new substation North of Pensacola will strengthen power supplyto
rapidly developing residential sections. FOR FREE COLOR FOLDER WRITE

Rellinffrath Gardens Box 21-., Theodore, AlabamaBELLINGRATH

Hmnt. for.*.n1 g-.. ...unit for....Iwnbig. Smith, Sfoem Hml, wr.niwwicW,....In 1eItrv,000.000 -
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"Miss Walton County" Contest




Friday, March 27 7:30 P. M. High SchoolfAuditorium I


ADULTS $1.00 STUDENTS 50c




BEASLEY'S JITNEY WIGGLY CREEL FORD COMPANY Cawthon State Bank

Sponsoring MARY ANN STRICKLAND Sponsoring MARTHA HUGGINS Sponsoring TAVVEE McDONALD\ .DONATION



BLUE MOTOR & EQUIPMENT CO. DeFUNIAK PILOT CLUB Hygeia Coca Cola Bottling: Company
THE OWEN MOTELPAM
Sponsoring ELLEN HURLEY
Sponsoring DAWN CAMPBELL
GRISWOLD DONATION


MOORE FURNITURE COMPANY FISHER'S PHARMACY

WISE DEPARTMENT STORE Sponsoring ANN JONES Sponsoring JENDIA BLAKE Danley Furniture Company


Sponsoring HELEN PRESCOTT DONATION
FISHER HARDWARE COMPANY DeFUNIAK LION'S CLUB

Sponsoring ANN EVANS
Sponsoring JO ANN COLLINSWORTH
Pfefirly Wiggly
COMPANY
RIVARD CHEVROLET

SERVICE DRUG STORE DONATION

Sponsoring MARY MURPHY STATZ REAL ESTATE
Sponsoring NANCY BLUDWORTH
Sponsoring SUSAN COVELL

Driftwood Florists
KIWANIS CLUB Prescott Plumbing: and Heating:

JERRY'S CORNER DONATION
Sponsoring MARIE McDONALD t DONATION

Sponsoring SUSAN McCALL
First National Bank McLean's Florists

JONES' FIRESTONE DONATION
NEWMAN CARR JEWELRY CO. DONATION

Sponsoring BARBARA JONES
Sponsoring JANIE CAMPBELL Chance's Florists
The Gas Institute of

West Florida DONATION

IGA SUPERMARKETSponsoring GIFT BARDONATION
CASEY'S Wlregrass Gas & Appliance
Pictures I[ of contestants courtesy of Bill Shultz
West Florida Gas& Fuel
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,,9.t f Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Morris andtaUghterll'
T lJn 1 'Jl /! rt1J.f" Minl'o1a Est

t..h'Wt, ?+!is+_.J.I1W1(ill 1. 1'a 'creoet g" ,' )
WPnortaica. bel" ( 'me '
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latJ: ) fJ1; l_ ,"J P..rW h a AUTqOBIT FIRE I Iu

,ilia"y.r*1 afjt.S; nth t1le l h} aside y the pbVjolTT p1 '1,Ocommcna

?lJnVAy'1:> :; "Ye tpfJired: ( out that' this Dr. J. L.. Anderson s

fWQJI f )''It; i ir,+ ve j jtuaejisthe\ .teft hand side of the announces the opening of his BONDS ,
fie atria school office for the Practice of Op- ar
h1gJtoF= a.V high 8tud nt STROUT
tometry In all its phases. Eyes We
hG, \ 1 .trip to the,beach examined, glasses and contact 1 M
1 pw k p.>}x9R8,, i .c leualialr r duel' I\lI'j\lUC..tMTiU'!:-JSdwcaiion Aasocicao tion lenses prescribed. 1 f REALTY;
1 '" Office ** '" "WIoN.wa'
Mcjinrfy- .
the t
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!" ,l Monday throuartC Sa/urday I 1: talelnce 1900e
Walton P Co1? ti > w Yet :I.9.f! i9 t 's f i to t)Jt, ach' 8:00: A.M. t*, ::00yp.M. / \ focat FOR TILE ECO 0 i- U tr'l1EAT
Other Closed all "T/ursday R PSa '!C du taint
i /h d/ y I
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Ant lwvof ?t!; ,tt".1J1 'i this 1 Deg k Pr a.i savings of o o live i'p o e o ; "
: this a ea. ur
anourished nl, \'lf ft > t of 1 'I SE id let thee k o
the m n' fight rnameiiaital n orl pos gpin.6, r t. ,3 5p
for a t' ;; -: Wjt d' about }
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( r.tJ' Shop Located t ( inO is kes and
time from, trt>t+ ' -. : ,, otherf ,, a t place to

12:14: 1 'f"i' :'9D e mul- Ja. R '..CS' NC. They
w by the are well-experie h $f telec
:ryj"u.y_ ,; tronics and I ca htn oft 7to< ll |tttte I
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Art Exhibit""> | ) efrgti I total .. Fl qualified to pert this service. They'ltave
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Anyone ... .... ,,<4' 1> Ye had in II $ a well eqiupped shop with modern testing
j facilities. Their prices are reasonable
an's Club 'itbra ,.ft.gtJ 'f'!' nen weX i gRIfIIIpxRstl9dlir$2y service, what and

week and vnaigpp '' 'Z4! .I1G. 1 ir, \!4" 7X i # [ umber AUTOMOBILE FIRE Ialiallaaitlom'Wi 6ottd noi}
u c ,fit le road "
on an enjoyame -. 1 art
exp ,fe lit W 11 d"11ot t 4k1: ga U3*| gore of ,.1 & CASUALTY
event MARINE
was well
attG dert and ther to 135'roundin( the (led |Lt\Heer cans I

us at least, a surprising rge nu f sac e of ighW Fi i ing,about 70Walton All Work ti r.ntss INSURANCEFirst oqWiWb stittlitlf tMvltaJilN9ltttiYwttu8ltttintn
pictures and l art obi o I I Ca 1 ngt. ld.+wa y iii d.eavNrb s Ifisaltrdl b bitwill
The enthusiaV be hard to break 4pd aalovtdif ,
1 step r c ar to Bay line I, Box 1 rin National DanJi.unlJfnIdJ rAI SYwY '
tists '
carried over, in a tuber of occasions, on 98, on t way to* Panama City, thistoe I Florida Phone Floraia 4, a o ,
we felt, tll rd t eb"-.Uod"lins fgtiUYennB ea .fires to t tIdsI
it provided a litteringthrown "'- .11.........__ : so on the

rare;,Qt op oh to) I wrepresentatg ffi lt W h}2IU d 9i( 1Y tm;' and would lS J f i a if tad;' a -of the?easy Pete feet Miller, just

The only thing we can remember in the )e 801U mOI'e out on the way back WE BUY -n03 Gd lliw .0 I t er and stains
county to comppre+",'W? .4t10.4 Ig8 MI 2 I 'i v v.kJL. the place is
hibit at Crayton B e ! wenr "seYNC P IJl'14e :!" it..,.1FhYd'fibt{ i >R.,dVe didn't.see any SOFT HARDWOOD AND-bXK0* orfT at V' i 1 4As! ll ? lie Store. Hush
,YerilCSas oi df t baLtl@er.Idiixl wl> 'tnt.U. Uhdistinguish the num- TaM"101-8blv""f b i itt lliNtiuatba*MnQd*>ys, girls, little
and we liked it too..muil; ,ol tedmemst II'U etr'iby' itha8olo3 pnis61dwo" PINE PULPWOOD l1ohUtlln8Ra"lJ "lodlo ra ,fUjmmsnttiot* VttWbnie
Oils, watercolors, charcoal drawings, sculpture Ji:>a,7 nTB 1f38011 alolJan boa dlltvaaaiD arii ni bsbba ad Jllw euilCoaeng
arid Contact HlfMMa """ ?'! nadfkne.1 lliw
what 1 npfto4toirjgtdMNiSIttadf.alft
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we suppose m *WeAtT U0i1 :: : : '
ARaQui1
collages were on display. .i LllnaryVeek a sLNletlasb lbilq t lie
Personally we hopelhis nnflwinlAotoiMwrt made an annual T .I t :: T.n\.nall't.\1r"{ ?' l! J'NI..UJbne! of the great pioneers Hurl VaughanPhone I grocer. "Henko" a processe by l 'NIiYy ak '

event, and if it is w- ht. 4 I1 111 bunding the steel industry. He was TE 6-2477 ort I a fgn of excelle ce,
***** *"*w "*'I 01'1.2.' :ei
about like it was lh Ith the vision anu I n h'litie'at'?f;...,"tteiTTBfV", {. ..u"'tt ,-.......... Mawr'< > '\; I N 5r dlr ickens under he ,
entertaining, risks that did a I WTIMBER k1''E'l.'' -N1 .....Db.1. ..w IncH{ .It, L higheat ct a i tiiiN9ilR.sesweW .

ooHTAH \\iJ: foUndatiOn on which +MI
might was built. AIRD COMPANY-: I InS suggest that when you c nsder} building
A Disturbing Lack of rises rotsOH as your present home

We think one of r If" .. different thingthat & :hI <:> or St11 doin necessary repairs thatyou contact
'
; ed today-the Car- ItE COMPANY.
' ..';' 'a- .. I'Dn: > No
about
this .. '
age in wl|' t Itn community after o'L i own J a a ._ ..ecessary and they give

increasing loss og j> 1 i L .is DJfiji2! seXen7ears to Pay- They will also
of all 6 riT tJ"CD tfia'CWI P L tf3BinYuli. ) yb la' Jbts.ahdJnAtl0. He wanted a iptdlliipllo all of your current bills into one

kinds-including people's right to a bettei'-educated nation, and his great con- {n low convenient payment so that you can
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rugraphs; of Mr.; dtMtAE-n'o; "i k at f 'tfVra'teu't' ; q. -
'fie. time I'' p-
when each was married to another This is a good to I . You can start the off
I I rson, enjoying themselves in what they his great we.mal I Ir 'brand-new Chevelle from year RIV AnD right CIIEVROLLET with a- .

parently thought a:* a certain amount of line, for l'ut2f, ; 18 I J has coAirANY This wonderful car .
new
ivacy are ceRted style new size, new spirit,
and
is
certainly in the 44I.rrsdur ,'
("'though worst of taste here. It is he i just a new nil-around car. It also illS the.t i'
perhaps no worse than was dis- week April 12-18, and all of us could do very Drop bJ for a \
layed by these to cinematic stars) well to tflkdSlt we all ow& to our
,. creasing lack of ChevrOJet-bUiltiRin II .
resrJBf fc r rf t fan !Size \.ii. I ,
others is also bad. "W5 aH"JB '
.5.h. for alto d ; want to .3tart the year off
This lack of .pecrtirf&2 '
.of? recognition of lon's could te no better
Ls 0th. period of thelA; a 1- way.
s so far as their I : !doing this than opening a Savings Ac-
material goods is c r.mes might be for us I to decide to readJ"btl.b :i at the I"JUST
.'rued has some 1ecl d I if .. 'yi ... COMY. iiA" ;ONALiNK.
1
effectl Ift.rf9VFt1'ere. ,....U ._' lp bt .beinlKch ,
nun' Its .
present form, Hoes take a little looking to you to invest'a
will find today. "
out more about it. but even this j055nMTHM1ll1lITPf( used by Congressman T,1tI(1itr

I not what brings this'! on. pie, read too much trash. We are going to ,You can be sure that all of your meals
I What we are C0flrti'l, ,..?'i. will always turn out just right if
her ii tl.Hy |) ruuil utAnotl tl'l' Uuuka this yei jour purDl -

matter of dumping garbage and trash er good thing about books is that r COUNT FOODLINEIt.They feature the

L other folks flWWtAa-ifrtrtt} wwa they m ke tiIIOt, : ibftWt ll. See >ur selection dfil fin t Tablerite Cas ti B anteed
us last' week, what with spring boo) and women's 2 to a fresh. Mr. tvlit lSb'o spe >
coming tional L brary Week by reading a good men cia cut
9 y
your meat for
and everything bein ofTWWWHI now, he and give ig a goodLd id+lfilMlfNiatf) VJA'CAnk nogl: watch before piigll N fl i i qEY for weeklflOpdilllliflaY3 any occasion.uYdAlEy Watch l11'e

ve out in the woods to what he had long __ Swift, Registers and other leading ,
si itnl UUB uf die most btiauiii'ui viesUIl9 and raduation gifts. "sWisq9Q r ds ; -

r > *%H'niW imvv B ftjUltoaoBl at'BtWal Bl: i9. hiss ementtwwas'used! 12"c I"AI Rho P2e vef :a JI You benefit because SERVICE DRUG
/ con ilplelely ruined so far as: he was conned .t t by"Ck>ngressmai. } a 0 byilf chen appli-.

I by a tremendous-Ulterimr. of beers Bob Sik s iast wecklClF9eWW7t\ )' Wiper nogg 9th Street YLli11 ;., their!4 Altl [il O and pans--
fiiirn.Vi jVi ''r oil cans garbage afliVMiicenancous de- ,colu 11 >n prescripl
y d sing drugs and
's, and added that he knew who owned! Court d cision to which he was referring medicines. Just like your doctor, their phar-

i site iiini( me owner definitely had not was uneAlabam. ovei'throWftd A Mttvi4e MH 1 I Y6AMOc9 macisfs, entire attention is devoted to pro-
mped it there, against the New: York Times in jjj family. "" me iieaiui earn iiutHia ui >uur
Where
iln this re'161.@f.lmR'ut9iflC 1 t picture,[i I in'(this lnJ]l\Vhich officials thera/lrtiiifeaUHJtGai.! r + S' ewi1IT3 you have e St your a8IW prescriptions

I jue of the paper furni, } djjJsvJJw-pugh the had lib OR THE DO f IT YOURSELF MAN

rtesy of Councilman till Snultz. showing The : Ipreme <(i'Tn\ rrywfr J Jta djfW'M1II11t1lg' >B han STERN a comple ,

t.remandouu! amount of diuiiijiuu VII die \ hat Jice must die; proveunguinst [ Y q ; $ M3 I'Ii have saws, drill sandinmac

Jiy to the city dump. .their offendiR J.1'\'IsIMPF t 4 Ii( an tits p any purpose.
I' [The only solution$ *W i iXlatM.C) Ii'ents libel ac on to stand mrinat. f>n>Tft. TIU 1Q1. ) ) ''A nivosn+ pm hase any power tool you really must ore you see


start their when own deeds their children and fW are}!-,\lJ very f iging young the, high"Mosi pl ne new of etlid WQatWtI; cpl1S41s1!!.! nJt p"Q( :1? Thf law require that you make a fro iMf 1DJArYYV1's'tiltJVdll IZ1RJ

kildren to realize of then" full r turn of alL ] >>et,
up that there is a differce Congo J ; : \ IfU 111IYItIAIlprgahleaaogfDne with
between .. rUPulouJ I JtiL's' ?" li4tli. 'ewolllfll "Bayou at of January : r .ttta unusua I an
nh..l l lhdus ,1.lJ "Hat; 18 nul-tin: uit I bd'r I 1'il:9 : 'rax gift suggest you do it with flow-
ears, and to respect thai difference. careful 0 t."L'1' "' "+ t- or at fulll'tlKH' nli! t W1"YlYI389QU1er .
or Ruth and let them
I atYvt ' noowQiiClj I laws. N w the Court Jias freed their hands whip up
TIHI yiimrnurithough oxomptiono you may be cii one of-- their c ations. If you wish they can
wttlnl.lro ;
j The old Coral Inn property in south Val- to He n t llcd to. wire o e in the U. S.
bn county by the late liaVJlUABairJ) \ \ has been E.ven we are in .thf'Rmurper S ,'I '1MQD 7.Y inai.: h nization for th s o e national orga
,, of
1 Florist
'
.. Te'egrp h De'ivery.
yen bv the Kntnl nllnhHnn< nf 1ouv"" lk- p, "=a we think the Court was wrong and 1\1& c your returns from January QJAi1OU aiuIt AnhloMn

the YMCA, along' wisp a sift ot ;root.,.<*()(0) iha 11 'w papers and other publications i, moTh 1, througk tAl .M r,la96-hc noq,
J r renovation. Tlre'IAlr3 r"\fHdAtfoWis 1 a t hI; > be liable ill roti4r l toiita&f .aM In for the entire family that Y.M
I IlL law requires that foi you are cer g ;
to
n-profit organizatioixdWiTiltincpld Bairas ,1 < magi g statements about anyone, whether Iiumi- the save money at ARP'S. When you

a member of the Baird family which. !sot' pub1i official or not. Aidt\WiA(M>IM 41 k a sale prices is itt ..

the trust.: This property located on OyT I iu, -'i ,v that the .libel laws have been re- tract (for title must be on record at I cold weather stiif ahead ut I suggest i you df

I Lake at Dun
? locations overlooldn 1tR J\'ilf\' in the newspa >ers have a ; it1s} UUi t '6 ae '11 i

hole county, and a lot'poi'( people who have en mot careful in printfclitttlyl 1 tiaatWthisj liUBEUT ADK1MSUN Delivery orders, instructions, and service

' een all' over say this part ot the Gulf. Beach :and rmi; 'irig sure or J.wI; t\Cts.\f th"y"" ? 1nit ) I Tax ASH? ygrl I;) / calls..receive immediate attention through
the'ltttfelieyi1' iiVthVMlJrW.Mfcuklftel t 'Hbn'lt} "''(1ilk' before.
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re ,I"I, l. vas rl.iinl1 JH* Walton County, Florida ,.
[now about that for wil4Wti* ueh, but it is hard tosee' how it could bt thi decision'did not go f. \ 6 (11th', and TW 6-i eITI1CI R thATt1+'iibtViI7WflJndrtths) rtillRvhy WEST
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VOLUME\ PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1961

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this area's business industrial and .._-'..... I FOR COUNTY JUDGEI

I Political I Announcements recreational potential. I ," :'1I LEGAL NOTICES

8, Shouppe Howell will work NOTICE Of APPLICATION
.01l TAX DfrLU::
and vote for increased benefitsfor
Sec IUI,16, .'.It.
:ya vs all citizens in the field of 8 NOTICE: is HEut.B'i CJIVKK!: that
FOR SUPERINTENDENTPUBLIC education and especially in the 4 Robert Pentcl. the bulue. of the Ivl-
lowlug certlllcates hus filed said certificates
INSTRUCTION field of vocational tcachnical education (or a tax died to be Issued
Subject to the wishes of the for buys and girls of the t tben-on. The ccrtfj/ to. numbers sad
1 years. of Issuance the
1t voters in the coming election :J. Third District not planing to attend I the property, and the "am':11 dc-iciiuuon lu wnlcb of

t John F. Bludworth, wish to announce F college a It wile tuwfSBcd ma .at ic.a:lowCertificate ..:
T No 78. Year,, ul IsKUano.
i myself as a candidate for 9. Shoupp! Howell will consult 1A 1958; Description of Pr,.p, riy Loin 14 At
Superintendent of Public Instruc- LI t 15 Block H Petty bay SI." 10 fa; -D of
all elected
tion a ix4 with or appointed i \a EH; of uw;.. Section. 2. TUWUbap a
in Walton sr
Florida. J
county boards concerning any decision to South. Range 19 Went Name In whlcLtasiwssed
believe that my experience as a I Luther llrowu. Jr.
N be reached at the State level and
All of said\ la
Property buaig tba
teacher, coach, former Superln- will not attempt to dictate or County of Walton. state of Floilda
tndent and Junior High Principal > r force decision them liewill I Unless. such ccrttlicr, ur oert.ficatM
any
1 ;'saeV upon shall be redeemed accurdlug to law
has given me a better understanding abide by the decisions maths the property described! In ouch ccitlrtcate -

of problems which face our by a conference with local people or certificates will be sold to
the highest bidder at the court Jiouaa
school system.I o: the county concerned. i door on the first M(>nUny in Mouth
have a B.S. Degree from the 10. Shouppe Howell will serve of April, 11HH, which Is the nth day
of April 11X94 at 1JO: I'.M.
University of Alabama and
a you honestly, faithfully and Intel- ,I Dated this 2nd clay of March 1964,
by Masters Degree from Florida State ligently so that the Third Sena- E. LEO ANURJ.WS
University in Administration and Dv Eva I.. I ten%roc, DO.
torial District will improve and Clerk of Cln ult Court lit
:4 Supervision on the Secondary and -. prosper.I I Walton County Flortda4tMar&17,11,7e
Elementary level. I wish to serve FOR SHERIFF I Adoffious Watt i, candidate for
with hope to contact each of you House of Representatives from
you no allegiance to certain I
schools but with allegiance to I hereby announce as a candi- In person and I sincerely solicit Walton county. I was born in I hereby announce as a candi-
'I date for re-election IN THE CIRCUIT COl'UT OF
each and every school and all the date for Sheriff in the Walton your vote support and help in the Darlington, 2-0-27 and attended Judge of Walton as County WALTON (.UI'N1-' ...., tM>llll>.\

'-- children in the Walton county county Democratic primaries in Democratic primaries during May Darlington school. I entered mili- county subjectto IN CHAVtrKY: : : Ml seas
I' : the action of the
voters In the CURTIS E. KAY,
FOR COUNTYSUPERINTENDENT School System. I expect to Confide May. I am a life-long resident of 1964. tary service, served time overseas Democratic primaries. Plaintiff,

in and work with all the school the county and have always stood 10. Shouppe Howell will help to : ; after my military obligation If the voters of -VS.-
the honorme ELMA RAY,
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI connected personel and other for what is right. I promise you Improve the roads of the district. : I returned home and did with re-election to county this Defendant

citizens on all levels to have a that if you honor me with reelection ___ - __ __ I II various work. I then completedhigh I will continue to office NOTICE Tl API. 'fc.,lit
serve the whole NOTICE TO! Elma Ray
hereby announce my candi- smooth operating school system. I 1 as your Sheriff I will school and then entered Troy county to the best of Sworn complaint filed lu
dacy for re-election as Super- respectful solicit your supportand continue to be for what is rightin State College, receiving a B S. my ability this cause of nhli t'IIca1' : plau-.
and feel that
intendent of Public Instructionof help in the coming electionto enforcing the laws of the Degree in Business Administration County Judge will my experience enable me as to tOt fled to that thle Cult notice has, you been. are filed hereby sasutai 0"-

Walton County subject to the enable me to become your I county. you an the above named Court by the
serve you better. I will appreciateyour above named plaintiff, the nature. of
May Democratic primaries. Superintendent and work for I feel that more than three
a my .
I am at the present representing consideration and vote. which Is an action lor divorce and
Having served one term as your Better and Unified Walton County years experience as your Sheriff Joe Dan you are hereby notified and rtqutiid
Trotman
en insurance company which takes to serve upon the attorney ol rnwrdfor
I
superintendent I feel more than School has enabled me to qualify myselfto .
the u Anui.
System.John me over Walton County and I plaintiff Anitus ws.
ever the tremendous responsi- 'F. Bludworth. serve you better. I have attended I i R Campbell CIa Andrews P. o Box ,ut,
pee the various need of the citi COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I OeFunlak Springs Florida, u copy ol
bility and sacred several
trust attachedto FBI in
courses various I zens of Walton county DISTRICT 3 your answer or written tl. "'use,. if
this important position.If FOR SCHOOL BOARD phases of law enforcement any, to the complaint h1 end. cau..eand
With my educational back- file In the original of such answer .
you are kind enough to reelect and also several courses taughtby
DISTRICT TWOI ground I feel that I can represent: I am a candidate for County or written defenses with tI.e Clout
me to a second term as your the Florida Sheriff's Bureau.I of the Circuit Court of Wallv.u..t)',
superintendent I will continue to have taken everyone with fair and unbiased Commissioner from District No. Florida, at UeFuruaK. 8rl HS. ftluntla bit
W. C (Will) Gandy, take this every opportunity I "ck 1 1 representation. 3, Brief history: Native of Walton or before the 3rd day ol April 1904.This ,
stress quality education for our to I could to .make myself a more > I notice shall bit publish'd uKce.
opportunity announce to County Served in World War
you,
.
and efficient law each week for four ronsecut wnaIn
boys and
girls adult citizensof the of Walton officer and I feel I am in favor of democracytrue -
Two .
people County thatI and was honorably discharged The DeFunlalc Herald a w..ly
Walton County and dedicate I I am a candidate for reelectionto this training and my experience democracy where the maj Worked as an automo- newspaper. published In Walton Coui>
myself to this noble task. will allow me to will submit ty. Florida.
anew serve you better. ority rule. I never
the office of school board, Dlsrict bile mechanic. Now own my own Witness my hand and official seul
-John E. Baldwin. .Two In the May !5th Democratic I will appreciate your vote and 4 to a pressure group or a minorityI business and have made a success this 28th day of Fobiunry IlItl4.
help in the campaign. Sincerely will E. l.tO; ANDREWS
stand for the majority.I .
primaries. of it. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER HOWARD "Andy" ANDERSON have always had a conserva- Walton County londu.
want vu thank each and everyone I know the value of a dollar .
Angus O Andrew.Campbell
DISTRICT THREEI of you for the wonderful vote tive attitude toward the use of and when you elect me your ar Andrew

of confidence that you bestowed public funds and I will stand for County Commissioner I'll see that P. O. Box 326DeFunlak

wish to announce that I ama upon me four years ago. If reelected all state or county constructionto Waalton County get a dollar's It.i Mar B.spring 12.lt .:aa. Fla.

candidate for re-election to the I will strive, as before, be awarded after: competitive worth for every dollar expended.

office of County Commissioner to give you and your children the Lids. I want your vote. It will be to IN TilE COURT OP HIP COUNTY=
SHERIFFI
District Three. I appreciate the type of representation that the I FOR I see the need for road improvement your interest and Walton County's JUUUB OK \V\I10N lOUllll": ,
many favors done me during the Interest to vote for 5 Le l Itl O.t
of Walton
people County so Justly & li candi- in Walton county especially IN RE: ESTATE 01" DJ.tIUI.: !: : WILEY
I have tried to to leby announce as a .. .
years serve you deserve.It f Hayes Barton 5'fsllart. V.. "...d.
the very best of my ability, andI has been I 'date for r1' riff of Walton county our rural roads.I NOTICE lit IKIDITIUS:
a pleasure servingyou
subject U the May Democratic will work toward better All creditors of the e..t..o, . Uosaia
earnestly ask your consideration and your children for the schools In Walton for the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Wiley Fisher deceased. a.. h toby uo_
in the future. If you honor prlmu: ies. I am 34 years of age, I county tilled and required to lile any cla, .ins
past> three years. I am asking you betterment of the future DISTRICT FIVE ... .
.
have made my home In Walton genera or demand which tiny may/ liaKalnst
with another term to this
me
to give me a second term In i tion and the rapid Increase!'; In said estate. in the. oil.ic ol. me
office I will continue to work ucession count,' pinctically all my life. I -- -- County Judge of Walton County, 1 lo-
for the best interest of all our as a member of your am married and have four chil- population. I wish to announce for reelection ride In the rourthuune at iJufvui:!acHprlnRs
School Board Florida, wltlilu six LaKudarmonths ,
county at all times. Sincerely, dren, all in school. for member of the Board from the date of the firm'
I retired from, trade In 1958 k I will work toward compulsory
Hubert Bell my I have seven years experiencein of Cour.ty Commissioners of Wal- publication of this notice Each clamor
and I am not employed by any law enforcement and legislation for the State Department ton County from District Five demand moat be in writing und
am a must state the of I.n".
of to require place rea.<
Agriculture
individual and I
or company can s. subject to the wishes of the votersof .
graduate of the FBI National and postofflee addrrun of the cls.lnant -
and will devote my full time and nil meat nnd meat products to Walton County in the May und must bo sworn to by the
Washington D. C. and
Academy ,
effort if to the fulfill- meet the same rigid Inspection as claimant. his agent, or his ntturmy,
necessary have attended several other FBI primaries or It. will become. void a, cur ment of the duties of this office Florida producers are required to I have been a life-long resident law.
Florida Sheriff's Bureau and State
do. .. ... .. llth: day of. March, Dill\
the school affairs this
and of Fire( .nllAiZA-_.._ ..tratnlnf__n____? courses.. -If- I n. I of Walton County and u. "cicvitru- '- Katherine Wiicy i cllar,
c<...unty.I elected your SWrlff.' I promise I will expedite every feasible\to this post I promise\ my loyalty \ ixvcutrtx.: of tits tat. WU1 *utlletturmnt
My past performance Is a matter of im- to the people of the county, as of Bet. 'c Wilay
1 I 1 you ftfVr years competent, effort to bring vocational and I-lslier. duLcaied. ,! ,
w of public record and is open >nrtlal and dependable law enorccmcnt. technical schools to Walton county a whole as much as to the people Flrit piibjicatiou uu 10 day of. k&
+ Set for inspection at any time.I FOR SHERIFF of District' Five. I shall always March. IWO4tl ;
.
so that industralist will be March 10, April IINOTIC"t
am a war veteran a memberof I. I solicit; your vote and supportand more favorable in locating in Wal- have the best Interest and well I
American Legion Post 61 a hereby announce myself as a
being of the people at heart and
will appreciate any help you ton county.I 0. FICTITIOUS N.1MB
member of the Methodist Church for election as Sheriff may l Rive: me. Sincerely Joel T. will work guided by such prin- Notice la herebyl.1".n/ Hint. pursuantto
and a member of your present of Walton county subject to the Alford will support our senior citizens ciples, I further pledge my loyalty Chapter No. tuiauu Flur'a!, b t itutsn.
wishes to the voters in the Democratic the undersigned/ will on nut 1 115. 1904,
Board. dependent
Walton county School especially the blind and cooperation with the other register with the Clerk. ui the Circuit.
Vote Gandy on May !5th. Thank primaries in May and aged. If there shouldb member of the board for the Court of Walton (wuuty.. Florida the
I have received a great deal of In for 8t'rvd fictitious name of city lliu and Appliance -
you. 11 u hert It. AdkinsonFOR an increase pay public best interest of the people Company said fh I< litlous same
encouragement from my friends official, state or county let it be in such capacity I slncrcly solicit Exliiir the luau uiulei wh h the

and former supporters as well as increased let It be Increased for your vote and will hold such in undersigned are carrying,, on 1 iMiiess
In the Htttte of rlnrltl our iiluliial
w "" .. from many who did not supportme the senior citizens accordingly. confidence and loyalty In doing place" of buHlness, beuitf la V> untalc
;
1'& four years ago and if honored f Master Lodge No. 223, member the job If re-elected Hprlngs, Florida J. C. Shell

/f zas with the office I pledge to them YDO Club.-Adoffious Ward. KYLEA LAIRD I C. H. Higdon

and all the people of the county -- -. _
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clean, honest and reasonable law Y 1- ;o 'iQ: ." ..

enforcement.

I am grateful to the people for
-- p"du the many favors I have receivedand r

:FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER feel that I can point with

DISTRICT 3 pride to the record made duringthe xys. At

I hereby announce myself as a o, time I have served you as
candidate for County Commissioner NOTICEAll
your sheriff I am a lifelong resident -
District 3 Walton Countyin of Walton county memberof
the Democratic primaries to beheld
the First Presbyterian Church

: in May 1964. Masonic Lodge 170 and the Odd

In announcing my candidacy I Fellows Lodge. (IOOF).

,earnestly solicit the vote and sup- 4X I will appreciate your vote and

port of the people of Walton support in the primary elections. taxes on Real Estate Personal and Intangible

'County Sincerely,

I am not a candiate for County CURTIS P.. MILLER
will be 1st there-
April Shortly
'Commissioner because of the X s Property delinquent on

:solocitatlon of any group of in- To The Residents Of The

,dividuals nor any clique, but I . Third Senatorial District after, Personal Property will be advertised as requiredby

am a candidate because I want n

and need the job. ,FOR'SCHOOL BOARD I hereby announce my candidacy TAX ASSESSORI law.

I will specialize in working for DISTRICT, : FOURI for the office of Senator

:you. Respectfully, from the Third Senatorial District hereby announce as a candi-
Jack Donald Adair. hereby announce as a candidate of the State of Florida. I date for re-election as Tax As-

for the Walton County, Boardof have qualified as a candidate for sessor of Walton County subject' The majority of the people have taken advantageof

REPRESENTATIVEI Public Instruction, subject to this office and will seek nomina- to the action of the voters in

FOR the wishes of the Democratic tion in the Democratic primariesin the Democratic primaries. the discount. However there are a few that still have
In the county. ,
voters
myself a May 1964. I earnestly solicit I have made every effort to

hereby announce r I have lived In Walton conty your vote and support in my serve the people of Walton County
candidate for the office subject of to Houseof the for the past 21 years.'I\am mar- campaign. and the general public faith- not paid their tax. We hope they will pay not later than

Representatives, ried and have two children, I shall provide a program of fully and honestly in the past
wishes of the voters In the Spring in the U. S. 'Air Force in 1st in order to the penalty advertising fee
November 3rd. General Elec- served service based on the following: and pledge myself to give my best April save ,
and the Korean Conflict. If elected to 1. Shouppe Howell will intro- effort to merit approval of the

tion.If elected I promise to work .I.this office I will serve the people duce a bill to abolish the IncreaseIn public if reelected.I and any other costs that the law requires to 'be added.

of Walton of the county'ratr.1ad: car and truck tag prices that will greatly appreciate your

hard county.for I the will people work diligentlywith honest:'wayv.t all 4fmM.vote *md became t effective this year. If new vote and support in the coming This office will be glad to cooperate in any way for the

the Governor of Florida, and I will appr tateTTour money is necessary then other primaries. Sincerely, Hubert R.
to support In.this means should be found that will Adkinson
all other interested people county so nee.J.'C.. Tamer be shared by our tourists as well advantage of the taxpayer.
bring Industry Into our

that all our citizens may be gain- FOR SHERIFF as residents. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Howell will work for
2.
fully emplolyed.Paid Shouppe I DISTRICT 3 1st is the deadline for making Returnon
AdvertisementL. an Increase In aid to the older I April your
Political I hereby announce as a candidate : citizens of Florida.

S. "Sam" Campbel for Sheriff of Walton coun- 3. Shouppe Howell will oppose I hereby announce as a candi- I

Rt. 2, Box 154 C ty, subject: to the wishes of the the Interference of the Federal date to succeed mmyself as County -

DeFuniak Springs;! Florida voters In the May.Democratic pri- Government in any area. Commissioner Walton County, Real Estate and Personal Property.

thoroughly- rlenced. District One, subject to the actionof
maries. I am
COUNTY JUDGEI 4. Shouppe Howell will advocate
FOR have served you 'well in the voters in the Democratic
in State Government
this the past and if you favor me economy within primaries. I will appreciate your
R. Gatlin, take competitive bidding living Jack Little
Jack with the nomination I will serve and vote and support. Respectfully)
to announce to you. prescribed budgets by reor-
opportunity well again. Twill appreciate MARVIN RIGDON i .
the people of Walton county, thatI you ganization of any phase of State
a candidate for the office your, vote and support. Sincerely. : government that proves necessary.

am Judge. In so doing I Aubry McDonald. 5. Shouppe Howell will vote to
of County
seek the opportunity to write into FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER retain an adequate voice In the FOR TAX ASSESSORI I

the legislature for the smaller ruralcounties. TAX COLLECTOR
the, lives of all of the people DISTRICT THREE candi- ,
and will hereby announce my
fact that I love them and 6. Shouppe Howell will not voteto dacy for Tax Assessor of Walton
fairly candi-
dispense justice If will I hereby 'announce'ms a Com do away with homestead exemption County in the May !5th primaries. WALTON COUNTY
them. of County
esty among youin date for the office the I earnestly solicit the vote and
this the the since this would injure'
with 3 subject, :
honor me D ssloner, District "f the people of this coun-
I older people and lower income support
primaries
!Sth Democratic of the voters In the Demo-
May and ability I wishes ty and if elected I will work
group.
pledge my strength vote and cratic primaries. vote and 7. Shouppe Howell will work II diligently for and with the tax-
solicit your
sincerely I will appreciate your citizens of Walton -
conservation of our natural payers and : :
appreciate any help you may for the ::'_ ,
give will xne. support. Respectfully.S pAJOET1' resources and the development of County-Clarence Carpenter.

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Point WashingtonAnd I and Mrs. Evie Saltsman were..Mrs. Evie Saltsman were shoppingn .
business visitors in DeFunlak Panama City Friday.Mr. .
The Beaches Springs Thursday.Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Butler and

W A. Holley and grand- daughter Regina spent the week, t't
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray and daughter Teresa Butler spent the end with the Van Ness<< Butlersin ..' '.
son Gilbert of NicevJllo, spent the weekend with her sister Mrs. Gulf Breeze so rs. Butler rW .

weekend of March 15th at their Jordan Lindsey at her Sunnyside could help nurse her uncle, Mr :'.-..; ''Wo...;.. ,
cottage near her parents, the W Beach home, Calvin Holley In Pensacola Gen- d f L',V
A Holleys, eral Hospital. We are glad to report -I I f
Mr and Mrs. Coombs, I
Mr. and Mrs, Gene Infinger accom- that Mr. Holley is much im.
panied bv his brother. Larry all of
were business visitors In DeFun- proved following brain surgery
Indianapolis, Indianna are the
iak Springs Monday.Mr. houseguests of her parents Mr. two weeks ago. 4 ...* t t f f
and Mrs. Henry Wesley and and Mrs. Wilbur Evans. Mrs. C. H. McGee, Jr. of Sea
Mrs Evie Saltsman and grandchildren grove Beach enjoyed the Art Exhibit -
Gld and Gay Godwin Mrs Steve Barrett, Miss Julia in DeFuniak Springs on ;'
Strickland and Mrs. Roy Burli- j;
were shopping In Fort Walton Thursday.Mr. l ,. '
Beach Tuesday. son spent Thursday in Pama City Joe Strickland has returnedto . i.
Kilbourneand and attended the birthday lunch-
and Mrs. Max
Mr his U. S. Navy base in San
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business daughter visitors Miss In Simeon Panama were City eon ing Mrs.at this the June Dixie-Sherman delightful Aaron. affair Others honor-were enjoying -I leave Diego,spent Calif.with, after his an parents enjoyable The L: %WP; '

Monday.
Mrs. Francis Florence and Mrs., Mrs. George Rodgers, Mrs. W. J. Ian Mrs Strickland.Phillis Blaisdal and son : L .
Edd Walline and daughter Adrl- Brunson Mrs. Felix Moates, Mrs. rXy J. '
David of FSU Tallahassee, spent
anne all of Gray ton Beach were Gene Sowell Mrs. Henry Baker the weekend at their Choctawhatchee :'
among those enjoying the Art Ex- Mrs. D. B. James, Mrs. Chris Beach home. ;4 : "
hibit In DeFuniak Springs Wednesday Messner and Mrs. June Aaron Planning:
honoree.Mr. .
Joe S. Edwards visited his
Mrs. Mamie Hatch and Mr. W. and Mrs. Bob Tarrance and mother Mrs. Eloise Edwards on ahead
s
R. Hobbs made a combined busi- Mrs. Josie Evans all of DeFuniak Wednesday. Since receiving his a 4 1, r
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ness and pleasure trip to DeFun.Uk Springs accompanied by Mrs. AB Degree from FSU Joe has E .S i s I6t.py t4 f ,.,
Springs Thursday.Mrs. Evans' nieces Mrs. Mary Lou been doing research work in thePsychology J to
Molly McGee and Mrs Lamporte of Chicago, Ill., and Department and plansto serveyou
Russell Haden of Seagrove Beach Mrs. Blanche Smith of Fort Lauderdale continue there until Septemberwhen
were shopping in Panama City Fla, were visiting friends he will enter the Universityof r' Y .tH yafkl Y"k' ,, b betterNew
Thursday and lunched at the and relatives here Friday.Mr. Arizona to continue his workIn irye, sew (' f. y
Dixie-Sherman Hotel. and Mrs. Henry Wesley and i this field.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesley ,
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v ,. The club met at the club house week end Revival at
.y Wednesday, March 18 with nine Friendship Baptist Church, north
members present!! The president!!' !! or DeFuniak Spring! begins Friday -
Mrs. Dessle Spence called the night at 7:00: o'clock and will
meeting( to ordered Maggie Ches- end Easter night.
ser gave the devotional taken The Youths of the Church have
from the 4th chapter of John. We been leading tho church in revival
sang one verse each (love divine) I preparation. The Sunday Schoolwas
WINNER and closed the devotional with superintended by Hoger Ed-
Blest Be The Tide that Binds. We wards; this Training Union was
went Into the unfinished and new directed by Ronnie ingle; and the
business. singing was led by Bryce Paul.
Mrs. Louie Shaw gave a talk on, The Pastor C. Lester Weekley
l : What To Do In Case Of .Accidental will preach in the revival, and
Poisonings. Wo all missed Calvin Garrett will lead the sing-
our agent. Mrs. Clark very muchas Ing.The
she had to attend another public is welcome.
Lf NASCARHSAMQIONEO COMPETITIONDRIVE meeting in Glendale.We Respectfully Submitted,
WINNING POINTS SCORED IN 1963
ore sure she will bo with C. Lester \V'C'ltley. Pastor
100 200 JOO :eo9 100' 990: "JOG' IOCJ 10D 10110 Ui next month.
W'00povTdw; I The hostess!. served refreshments. Mrs. Clyde Harbesoti rind Mrs.
Our April meeting with Mrs. Ola Phil Harris visited friend in the
'f" Shaw as hostess. .Nursing Home In Bonifay on Sun-
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We know a dour old philosopher

'who 'always has something nasty to

ludlan Wilbur Credo Kelly;,Baptlt Pantor Cbutch All dressed for say about what makes others happy.

up His 'latest diatribe is against folks . .

Pastor Davis Lane Orvis Baptist Miller Church ''parading' to Church in all their

Santa Rosa Baptist Mission Easter finery."

Rev. Marvin Taylor e f5"T, e L t But he won't get far with his '

First Presbyterian Church complaints. For, strange as this
DrtvDeFuniak Spgs.. Fla
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Gayl W. Threlkeld. Minister might sound, the modern Easter -, .

"outfit" has its root in the very'
Chapel
Olllls Presbyterian .
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Gayle W. Threlkeld Minister Easter has always stood for new- .
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Euchee V. Presbyterian Church ?. .ness of life. It marks Christ's victory :\- .t. 'fo,:.,.i'
Freeport J'rtsbyterian Churcn: .t.
Glendale Presbyterian Church ' over death. It .promises an eternal'destiny 1 -' 1'J':
Red Bay Presbyterian Church to those who embrace the.: "
John M. Ash Minuter. # '
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Uev. George Milain( Easter puts old things away and . .0..,., ", :" .0. .

I First Methodist Church -... (. : brings out the new as the Earth' _;': '.: '

Circle Brave West M, C' Nq q- t sends forth its verdure as God -
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Rev. Sam Shiran/ ( *, :.: < p }t a reveals our Hope ..... "., .,,:..:, ':
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Wesley Memorial Methodist _
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Live Oak Avenue s'r . ;' F. And if there is of ,r '; .
Winston Jay <<: .. s' a glow happiness ,. ', -', ,
l ; f&a< in wearing that new dress or : I
Freeport and Portland @.?a 48'u;; ,
Methodist Church ; .'s ; <.''f hat or suit . well, it's only a hint
J. D. Renfroe Fyn of the joy that comes with finding

Bruce Methodist Church \ ' ;, a .J that New Life.

J J. Snodgrass ti 9 >" ,' ,

Alaqua Center Ridge Methodist'. f ' :". , ',' ,
J. A. Anthony Jr, ,-

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Ponce de Leon Methodist Church .
Rev. C. C. Colvin "
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Liveouk & JUevetilh Street y t +l* : ;> f. *\ '.;:: ..
W. O. WUlham, Pa.tor i fr: , '. ';:
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East Baptist Church 'o 5 >" ( ..'1:

Richard Bloodworth. ,.Pastor ..,....... ,' . ,,., .' J N Y'y \ ,,; ," ". :.,..".. 0
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'f". Rev. Wilbur. F. Cotton.; Pastor' ,,';."-... ','' ,t t' ;>t, !*t

Northsid Baptist Church ':.; .-../,S''" .' '.. "' r5< .
Rev. ilea: Sp iic. ', :'..p:: : Ill fE y P} S, i ( '
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Gaskln First Baptist Church ,,Y, f 1 Fl.r'b r y ':M1Y + ,: .1,M,I t" .;. I.' ;:)i.<""- 4f 0'I
L. G. Johnson Pastor . ;, " ,.". ; .i .--

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W. 1... Clark Pastor : ?!!*" '- '
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C. Lester Weekly, Pastor . ,. "
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Rev. Tucker Aplin ,'" t. g _* :)" .", .

Glendale UaptUt Ch.L1rcb": ,>t .; > f, ..'.;' .
J. B. Birmingham. Pastor ', '" . ..
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Rev. Cony Black: Pastor +. ff \,,:'.'.:-
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Kenneth Kicklighter ..LArw, ;; .,. ..r "'.: ,.,l
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Kenneth Pastor s,. \Vr i r i} ;. .Oa; RVi tlY + ;i S :rr J ...
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Paxton Baptist Church ."."...'.. K t 4 .,r rZA on earth for the building of characore: ((1)) For his own sake. ((2));*For
Charles Kerby. Pastor a K } tff t YY % ter and good citizenship.!is a store his children's sake. ((3)) For thcisuteof ..
house spiritual values.;Without a his community and nation. (4)).
Pleasant RIdge baptist Church jP __ ,....
a strong Church neither democracy For the sake of the Church itself
Rev. James Kinchin ;
4 'i r nor civilization can survive. There which needs his moral and material ,
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church a are four sound reasons why every support. Plan to go to church regu -
Freeman Smith, Pastor r A a ;, & t person'should attend services regu larly and read your Bible daily. .
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Rev T, R. Padgett Copyright 1964 Keister Advertising Service, Inc., Strasburg,Va.

t aouthwtd.UapwtChurch Sunday Monday t l" .'ay' Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Rev. Ivan Martin Lamentations Romans .& I I Corinthians II Timothy I John I' Jude
v Caney Creek Baptist Church 3:37-42: j 6:1-11: 15:51-58: 2:8-13: 5:1-5: 14:21:
Robert Knox, PPastor F .

Clear Springs. Baptist Church ..
R.,. J, L. AUrria '

I Rev.Darlington Aubrey IUpU Todd Church These Religious Messages are Beina Published .Each Week in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsored '


Liberty Assembly of God CkurekJ. ;.
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Us Cluster Springs Baptist Church King & Co. Th. ORIGINAL..If..rvlce CONTRACTORComandcr
Harold Smith, Pastor FORD CAIN'S Rivard Chevrolet

Mossy Head Baptist Mission Standard! Station.
Floyd Garrett, Pastor GAS OIL Danley Furniture Co. Funeral Company

Rev.Argyle Lee Baptist King, Mission WASHING GREASING Company Creel Tord Co. Home
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Rev. Harold R. Padgett
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Molays Chapters are, and required individual to observe De-

Leaders In Bob Arrington certain obligatory days annually.
.. Proclamation These include Devotional Day
,..L J1 a Yla.r'AP Patriots Day DeMolay Day Educational
Day and Parents Day.
Another program recently be..

Chapter Order of DeMolay CITY OF. FUNIAK SPRINGS their 45th Anniversary so as to gun for DeMolays is one of career
A PROCLAMATION exemplify their many community guidance. Ibis project utilizes successful
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INTERNATIONAL DEMOLAY and international activities, and men in different vocations
to tell DeMolays that training. is
WEEK in some small way show recognition -
i!1. to their many Senior De- required and the rewards received:
WHEREAS, the Order of De- Molays; now from this particular type of work.THEREFORE .
Molay is composed of young men I, Harold Good- In addition, information on the
It fourteen to tenty-one years of in, Mayor of the City of De- cost and prerequisites for various
I II I It : ego, who. are seeking to becomethe Funlak Springs, do hereby pro- universities and colleges is avail
II zasf'+q ;9 ,( better citlzzens of tomorrow, claim "DeMolay Week," and call able from the Kansas City'outce..
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m al'r by developing those laudable virtues upon all our citizens to 'join in The participation of DeMolay
I making up the character of commending the young men of chapters in community projects:
oil good men; and the Order of DeMolay and in expressing has been extensive and is sometimes '
i. WHEREAS, the organization our grateful appreciation carried out on an international
founded by Frank S. Land duringthe of the fine example set by these basis, "Operation: Traffic
bY.rN .. year 1919, at Kansas City, young leadrs in contributing to lemperance" is an example, of the
",' Missouri, and now has more than the welfare and character of later. It is a campaign aimed at
,# s:7u 2,4000 chapters around the world; other young men of this City, making safe drivers of all teen-
:ayg thus aiding in the development age youths. It has received high
=F siw: q andWHEREAS, all the DeMolay and leadership of tomorrow. Given praise from the National Safety
members of Bob Arrington Chapter under my hand this 15th day. of Council and many local law enforcement
s9a sponsored by the Funlak March 1964. . ,. agencies.
Lodge 17 F&AM, will observe the (Signed) Harold Goodwin Other projects that have been
period of March 15-22 as "De- Mayor carried on Include charitable fund
Molay Week" in celebration of (Seal) drives, blood donations civil defense
.q, anti-narcotics and antiCommunist -
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. PHIL HARRISON HOWARD MERRIL, JIMMY GARRETT ZZZZ ZZZ ZZZ button of: safe-driver: pledges
Master Councilor Senior Councilor Junior Councilor Each chapter is supervised in
mats the Holy Bible, and at whicha Soon cities and towns all over the all its functions by an adult ad-
Order of DeMolay Founded 45 Years Ago DeMolay obligates himself to bea country were clamoring for a visory council. One man is de.
; ; better son and man; to honor chapter, for the good work and signated as the official "Chapter
.t his parents; to love and serve God, fame of DeMolay had become Dad" to handle the supervision. at
: Named In Honor of 14th Century Crusader his country and fellow men; to widespread. chapter meeting and to counsel:
uphold the public schools, to slander ,: Within 12 years, there were the members. -
The name and memory of great identity of other leaders and the Land told Lower he would help remaining original nine followed no one; and to exercise toler- over 2,000 chapters all over the DeMolay does not attempt to
I men and women are perpetu- location of supposedly hidden organize a new boys' club and Lower.At ance in opinions of others.) world and over 100,000 active Detake the place of the home or
ated in many ways . through treasures, Philip had him burn for him to bring some of his high the next meeting a proposalwas This ritual has been termed age- Molays. The number of chapters church, but rather to supplement
books, statues, buildings, stamps ed at the stake in Paris when school friends and they would brought up that could have less. Except for a very few words, today' still hovers around the them. The organization's purpose
and streets. In the case of one DeMolay refused to denounce the get organized. brought death to the future great- it remains unchanged today. It is 2,000 mark although over 6,000 Is to offer the teen-age boy of
leader of the crusades in Europe, Order.' Proving that fate, sometimeshas ness of the movement. One of the so well written that many termit different chapters have been in. today ((1) a wholesome occupation
thousands of young men in 14 A hunting accident, a boy's need a hand in many things on members proposed that the membership more effective and more impressive stituted In the 41-year history of for his spare time; (2) worthwhilethe
countries and territories are daily for companionship and advice, the 603th anniversary of the deathof be limited to 79: boys. All as it grows older. It Is movement. v associates; ((3) the best of environ-
adding new luster and meaning to and a young social worker's dreamof DeMolay, Louis Lower and the other boys seemed"tq be In divided Into the Initiatory and the By 1921, It became apparent,to ment; and (4) an interesting and
his name. teaching teen-age boys the eight of his friends met in Mr. agreement.Then DeMolay degrees. Frank Land that he was going complete program of aU aroundto
That name is DeMolay-Jacques principles: of a good upright life, Land's office and laid the founda- Frank Land got :up and The Initiatory Degree is one of have to devqte full time to this youth development.
Demolay, the last grand master of were the basic ingredients that tion of what is now the Order of pointed out how selfish they were solemnity and consecration, during protege of him or step down. The By meeting these goals De-
the Knights Templar. The name led to the founding of the Inter' DeMolay. The young boys liked being lIe said that DeMolay which .the Initiate dedicated decision was easy, it was a dream Molay leaders believe that the
DeMolay has taken on new mean- national Order of DeMolay. the idea of organizing a club that should not be an exclusive organization himself to uphold the virtue of come true for Frank Land. youths learn to be better citizens
,\ Ing around the world with the The hunting accident occurredin would give them the inspirationand but if it was to be good filial love, reverence courtesy, Since sponsorship of DeMolay and leaders, thereby providing. .
I induction of nearly 3,000,000 1919 in Kansas City. Mo., and guidance that no other organization for one boy it must be good for comradeship fidelity. cleannessand chapters was to be restricted to better world tomorrow. .
I youths into the ranks of the Orderof left fatherless a family in which offered. all eligible boys and: "Tq ,become patriotism. Masonic organizations or Individ- The success and prominent posl-
DeMolay. Louis Lower was a teen-age boy. As they discussed their desires big, we must be big" A new vote The DeMolay Degree is a dramatic ual Masons (although eligibility tions of former DeMolays found
y Just as DeMoay and his fellow The boy went to the late FrankS. and needs, it was mentioned thata was taken and no membership and historic portrayed of for DeMolay membership is not in all walks of life today serve
.
knights championed the virtues of Land the 28.year-old directorof name must be selected. Where- limits were established. 4, the trials, tortures, and martyr- tied in with Masonry), a Supreme as a living tribute to the achieve.
loyalty, reverence and chivalry, so the Social Service Departmentof in upon, the boys asked Mr Landto Frank Land's speech seemed to dom of Jacques DeMolay, and Council of the world's leading ment of the organisation's- goal
it is with the members of De- the Scottish Rite Temple recite some names that wouldbe act as the green.light, for in less teaches a lesson in fidelity and Masons was set up to govern the and purposes. ,
Molay today. Kansas City, for a ob an dto seek in keeping with their ideals than a year the Mother Chapterof comradeship.As movement with Frank serving as DeMolay has been the spring
Jacques DeMolay has provided counsel. When Mr. Land mentioned De- DeMolay in Kansas City grewto officers of a chapter, boys full time secretary-general until board for many a man woo INS
A history heritage for the youth Frank Land gave young Lowera Molay and who he was the name a membership of 3,000.In are taught responsibility and his, death' late in 19S9.. gained fame and fortune. Three-
organization. In the 14th century, 'Job, for he had been a friendof was like magic to the boys They the tradition of the Knights given the opportunity to express The Order DeMolay is now have been U. S. Senators, 150 Ctm
as the Knights Templar grew in his father's; and after frequent realized liked the sound of it and what it Templar, ritual was to become a themselves before a group of fellow a non-profit corporation with the gressmen nine generals, nlmr
might, prestige and wealth, and talks with Louis, he stood for, and they immediately) fundamental cornerstone of De- youths. Although DeMolay international office located In its governors, and countless other
the popularity of the crusades declined that the boy's predicament him alone, was but clamored] for Its adoption.So Molay. In November, 1919, Frank ritual and meetings are greatly; own four-story building In Kanhave climbed the ladder of Mesas
to
confined
the order incurred the not it was then, that on March Marshall, a leading Mason and reverent, the organization does City. cess.
other boys
'Jealousy and enmity of. .Philip extended to countless father sor not. 18, 1919, Louis Lower became the editorial riter for the Kansas City not advocate any particular creed, Activities of the Order of DeThe Order of DeMolay has ..-
the Fair, king of France. --_ whether they had first to take the DeMolay obliga- Journal, was asked to write a but teaches only a profound faithIn Molay range in scope from athleuinely assured itself a position of
for new
need a
Philip ordered the arrest of De- It pointed ,to a that tion on a Bible that Frank Land ritual.It the one living and true God. tic endeavors to conducting trafhistoric Immortality through .It*
Molay and the other Templars youth organization one trainingand had received in St. Louis when he ( is one that follows the pre In the fall of 1920, an initiation fie safety campaigns, church serwork in behalf of training better .
and their properties and riches would provide the proper Kansas went to vices, and carrying: out charitable leaders to world '
to better citizenshipthat was 12, for ten years of perfect cepts of Freemasonry. It revolves team from City assure the ef a
confiscated. Failing through torture guidance offered. Sunday School attendance. The about the DeMolay\ altar on which Omaha to install a chapter there. and community service projects' better tomorrow
1 to get DeMolay to reveal the no other boys' group



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r I LEGAL NOTICEIN -,- -


Young America Bakes ; I IA

TUB CIRCUIT/ COURT IN AND

AVERY suit aN WAL10N-MANCER COUNTY. NO., FLORIDA IUt County Ajrenf Note Raisin Rye TWi I

H tiMITM,
: __ Plaintiff Oscar Harrison '. "
V8

p l. CA PATE SMITH 2 package or cake..>. Fleiscb- I

i 4 > NOTICE TO Defendant UfcrKNU. ,; mann'a Yeast attire dry or
d On or beiure stoudsr. the 20th day ate compressed
01 AprJ. 114. the aefendant. Lua 1 cup rye flour
rays' nriuth, le required lo appear in 6 unsifted whit flour
thia w"U. Suit the and plaintiff serve. upon attorney K. C.whose Boa- .Plerldo A.rl.ultur.l. Extoitolon BorvlooWalton 1 cups(about) \(

Mreee la P. O. Boa 878 Oen..... 1 cup .dark seedless raisins ,
.Alabama. and file With the Clerk of County Beard of Corns*...._: Cooperating 1 egg: ..white lightly beaten
.d Court her written defenses or
answer to the Bill of Complaint filed
against her herein praying for a div Pour hot water Into bowL Add
> orce. 'AGENT URGES VACCINATIONOF sugar oiolastca. laIc and Fltisch-
Thia order la to be published once Belnville. Bragg and Hampton mane s Margarine; stir until
each week for four consecutive week HORSES Ogden produces well as a medium
k blended Add cold cool
water to
;
in the DeFunlak *
+ published In said Walton Herald County a newspaper:Floe I Walton county horse owners early variety but will shatter and h lukewarm. Measure warm water I
Ida. would be wise to vaccinate their Is very susceptibe: to nematodesand into large warm bowl; sprinkle i or ,'

Wltneas my hand and official Mal animals now as a preventive measure is no longer recommended crumble in Fleiachmann's Yeast; '
this 21 day of March 11164. I stir until! I
dissolved.Add lukewarm
against encephalitis II O. is
I E. LBO ANDREWS Bragg a new variety and should I

...'.. '. Clerk of Circuit Court Harrison, County Agent reports. be planted on a trial basis if seed __ water cups of mi.ture.the white rye flour dour beat and until 2
Walton County, Florida ;
"There is a high rate of mortality available.
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Gwendlyn Wallace Is Byl Ilr. Adklnson. D. C. are smooth. Add raisins and enough
Candidate for 1 .(SEAL) among horses that contractsthe Innoculation: Innoculation Is additional whit flour to make
State Sec. : tMarl6.Ar1U,0,10: disease so it is advisable to good insurance and is a must dough that clean sides of bowl.

act now before warm weather where beans have not been planted Tuna out onto lightly floured
The annual state convention of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT/ IN AND when it is apt to be spread." previously. __ board; knead until smooth and
the New Homemakers of tt..t WALTON / elastic about minute
Americawill COUNTY FLORIDA, I 10 Place
1..1.1 According to Harrison encephalitis Fertilizer: In a soybean-wheat
be held the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT/ NO. SIMn : in greased bowl turning to
Florida A&M.on campus: of auto& its Jeanette: Petition of Dallas Coy Bell and in horses also known as"staggers" rotation 800 to 1000 pounds of tip Cover; let rise in warm grease place.

University. Tallahassee j petltlonerai Bell husband and tfe, is a virus disease carried 0-14-14 should be applied for both free from draft, until doubled in
March 26-28. The theme I : 'inuma Mackney WllUama Jr. ,I by birds and spread by mos- crops, with fertilizer being diskedin Raisin Rye Twist accompanies an old-f jh toned pot off bulk about 1 hour Punch down;
for the convention is Family Relations NOTICE I uitoes from birds to horses. It is prior to planting. Experimental baked bean* 4>ut It's a sparkling new yeast bread. turn out on lightly floured board;
-A Key to Unity. Yuu are hereby notified that the divide Into lour equal plots
not transimissible
from horses to results at the West Florida Sta-
above-uam/ed
/ petitioners, Dallas
Coy New. New Twist In Bread Cover let ret 10 minute
;
Gwendlyn Wallace N. H. A. Bell and bxlna: Jeanette Bell have hummans.I tion indicae tha all fertilizer ___ __ Baking
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member of Tivoli high school lUed court a tor petition the adoption In the of a-bove-styed the I The virus affecting horses is be applied to wheat without affecting I For each loaf shape. two pieces

chapter is a candidate for State cnuu homed therein and you are minor re- the "Eastern" type which is dif- the yield of beans. This Here's. an fashioned style husband and friends at the first Into 12to 14-iocn roll] twist and
Secretary of the Florida Associa qulieu u show cause why the same ferent from the "St. Louis" strain would time bread with a new new look. It opportunity I IRAISIN pinch *ad* together finalto MaL
save during the rush
nouiu not be granted by serving a it strikingly l similar to the brown Plac* on large grassed baking
tion. On Thursday night Gwend copy of your written defenses It any. ,found in humans in certain parts to get beans planted. Many grow- bread of Boston fame, but it's RYE TWIST sheets.
lyn will speak to the conventionon upon Wells Clyde B. Wells for, of Thompson A I I'lot' Florida's west coast two years ers in the Walnut Hill area are milder in flavor different in Makes :2 loaves)

Chapter Activities Which office: Box Atvurueya 07. DeFuulak Petitioner Springs: FlorIda Poet- ago applying 800 to 1000 pounds of chip i Cover; let rise la wan place
Have Involved Our and by f Ulna; the ordinal thereof I The disease ( t cup hot water free from draft; until doubled in
Family j appeared 4-12-12 its
among or equivalent to wheat I
with the clerk of aald Court otnerwlsu I Raisin Rye Twist by name the Vj cup sugar bulk, about <40 minute*. ... inmoderai
Members a decree may be entered against Florida horses early last year on aa a top dressing in Februarywith bread is gee for the new cook who 1 tablespoon molasses or honey oven (,n.JI'.) 95-4O

Gwendlyn is the daughter of you" granting aald. adoption. eight different premises scattered: no fertilizer being used directly {wants quick remit*. It's fiat to 2 teaspoons salt minutes or until boa*. Remove
Mrs. Ida Wallace of Argyle. She aald\WTNkS3 Court my hand and the seal of from Sanford to Pompano Beach.: under the beans. Lime I I twist the dough into shsps-and 2 tablespoons Fleitchmann's from oven brush with lightly
at DeFunlak
in a junior and is president of County Florida this Springs the 21. Walton day- Contact your local Veterinarianat should be applied as indicatedby I the finished bread has an attractive Margarine beaten egg whit; return to oven
of "March A. D. IBM once if interested. soil tests usually about 2 tons f light brown appearance. Try 1 cup cold water and bake :2 mInutes longer. Serve
District I N. H. A. president of .
E. LEO ANDREWS I this delicious tempter on your V4 cup warm water (OOSM13?.) 'warm or cold.
the junior class and is active in Clerk of Circuit Court SOYBEAN PRODUCTION every 4 to 5 years. t
school and Walton County Florida Seed Bed Preparation: Break Cultivston[ If' possible use
many community ac- ,. Iva Adklnaon Deputy Clerk rot.tc-h; ; ;;; -
tivities. SEALB and disk soil thoroughly. If beans when beans are em eaf weeds.

Others will attend 4t Mar JO;April].9.1 'I'are following wheat use straw erging. Run the hoe as fast as Insect Control: As beans approach SPRING FORMAL APRIL 10 The results of that game Charles
the state
chopper on combine or shred with practicaL Then cultivate when maturity they should be AT FREEPORT GYM Jones threw a one-hitter at
convention from Tivoli are: Gloria
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of rotary mower. Incorporate wheat needed. Two cultivations: are us. examined for infestation of caterpillars Montverde while his teammateswere
Young, State President District I; WA..aun Lvulvas. LVAaU4 I I straw if possible. If there is a ually sufficient. and stinkbugs. The most There will be a Spring Formalin collecting seven hits offMonlverde's
Alexis Smith Beverlye Paul Anna 4, LIMnbarik "tV. Net
,
.'bom.. (.1. btuKKuut: tuio Oieta Mnusutkuu heavy crop of straw and a lack: Weed Control: Herbicides and satisfactory method for controllIng the Freeport Gym Friday pitching: Frank
Campbell. btruggne. aria wuefiauiuila of moisture, burning may be de- combinations of herbicides which these insects is the use of April 10, at 7 p.m. till 12 midnight Schissler collected three of the

Uioria wait'participate in the V3.- sirable. appear promising for pre-emer- commercial sprayers. Toxaphenewill Tickets will be $1.00 couples seven hits. Ills big blow was a
I
presentation ox the Keys for the .... persona claiming any csia,. r.tat. Date of Planting: Start about gence weed control in beans are: control the caterpillars and or 75 cents singles. base loaded triple In the first In-
convention ihursuay iii m On ...... vr interwl I", W 1Kw .... ning. Schissler added two singles
.. ,, .. May 20th and complete as soonas Urox, THIam Treflan Prome- Seven wi Icontro both caterpillarsand Dress must be of formal attire,
property hrteut bt> .1'-" u ur uy pail
Friday afternoon, sne wm ptt&em thereof | possible. Yields decrease with tryne Ametryne Weed Beads, stinkbugs. \nd refreshments will be served and four RBI's to the total. Dwight

for ner project-"*!ocus on e amiiyFrienosnip ixifiiaauts. I lateness of planting. Planting dinltro dlnitro Alanap dinitro- by the "F" Club. Munday came through with a
THE!: STATE OF lA.tiM.... 1U: I
". bile plans to presentthe sew ..>........ ...-.n j.t> guy eiiutke, right, should be done when moisture is Snide or Dymid and Eptom-2,4-D. ET 3-C EARL MATHEWSIN There will be a Queen chosenat triple in the first inning also. In
project through the use of t.ua. ue interest tit. or ion upuu, bite plentiful. Preemergence sprays have not PANAMA CANAL ZONE the dance from the list of pitching the one-hitter, Jones

Slices tone maae suues ot tam lUes, pail real property tnureuauaWttlNbetl nerem aescrtDea, or any | Rate of Seeding: When plantingthe controlled cockleburs satlsfactor- "F" Club girls. struck out nine mmen in five In-

chapter memoers, ana a social anu : Lee variety which has small ly. They can be killed by sprayIng ET 3-C Earl Mathews, nephewof nings. Larry Renfroe Freeport

civic group Gloria win also set teoutna suit ... quiet uereby title notified tea DeeD that oiouuntii a prow seeds, use about 45 pounds or 3-4 with Butyras 117 MCPB. Mrs. Ruby Davis of Argyle is Freeport BlastsMontverde I catcher was voted the Citrus

up in tne conventiun lobby a display uiv circuit oourt 01 wtutuu ""' .....jr. bushels per acre. With other varieties 3utoxlne Ester and Butoxine serving aboard the USS Earle B. Series Most Valuable Player

of the National Convention auy C iurtua estate agiuust, right,ail title perauu, or intermit ci>......u.*>. use one to 1 1-4 bushels : Amine. This spray should be ape Hall, which is now stationed atthe AcademyLast award.

held at. Bethume Cookman Col- or lien upon the loiiowing oeM.novu: per acre. A good stand will have I plied before blooming or the yield Panama Canal where they week it was announcedthat Totals: Freeport: AD R H

lege, Daytona beach: in June 1963. real, Florida property. to-wlt situate: in Wanton County 10 to 12 plants per foot of row. will be decreased. These herbi- will remain until the situation the Freeport ball team was 24 12 7

The purpose of this display is to IAIM .. r..u .e 01 Section: 36 Town- Varieties: Recommended varie I cides will not affect coffeeweed, down there clears up. They will playing at Inverness for the week Montverde: 18 1 1
acquaint the delegates of the suip .a euutn Range 4U. west accviuing ties listed in order of earliness in beggarweed or crotolaria but will then return to the home base end and were guests of the City. Freeport: 7302 0-12
to tats cf bans Mosakuintabion
:
State Convention with the activi- Company map on lue in toe maturity, are: Hood Lee Jackson, kill other non-egumlnous_.broad- which is Norfolk, Va. Montverde: 0 0 0 0 1- 1

ties of the National Convention, ouice ol the Oicra 01 the Circuit ----
Court of Walton County Florida I
Mrs. Bethea. District I Advisorand now on file in Plat book. :4 at
Chapter Advisor will accompany Page 4
I and you are hereby required to file
the girls to the conventionat Clerk of court .... .. .
with the said (personally .

Tallahassee.' . April ..7.or 1964 by your attorney written) on defenses or before tf r .. +a. ,.6',#r. ", ..,..' '10' ;-11-; ; "..", ,,,,,, ,, ""' -::....,r- M..,......w.--,.' .'I-tt.- -" ...... .......-.,_ ','..... ,._--..''
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,
v
Londa"L. .. .'" .T'-I "
Davis Reporter I .
any to tne complaint and to file copies >,. ) ,
ol same on W. F. Orson UePuuiak rf ,: .
Spring.. Florida, attorney for the : "
Forest Field Day piamtilis. aa prescribed by law theretu I
setting up the estate. right, till, ..r
In Blackwater State interest in, or lien upou. trio oovavocllUfd ; "
property claimed oy you "

Forest Sat., Apr. 4 Herein entered tail against not or you judgment oy aeiaultwm wiu. Da pr. watch .: i'

"B.i>a my hand tale tne seal ofsaid to over yours
court at Ser-unlak Springs :Florida -
More than :50 vocational agricul- this March 24, A. D. ItKM .
12 (Seal) B LEO ANDREWS
ture representing .
students Clerk of the Circuit Court of .
Florida Future Farmers of Amer- Walton Count Florida

ica from, the Florida Panhandle Hazel Howell Deputy Clerk
chapters 4fci 3. 28-4, 2. 9, It ,. .
will take part In a Fores- .

try Field Day set for the Black- z
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT/ OF .- .... ,
<
.. 0;
water River State Forest near WALTON COUNTY FLORIDAIN .
Milton on April 4. CHANCERY NO. SMOJ ..
S. Garrett
Sponsored by the Florida Forest Plaintiff
'
Service Florida Association of the VS.- : .
Ail persons claiming; any estate right, .
Future Farmers of America and title or Interest In or lien upon the .' t. .
Florida forest industries the Field property herein described or any part
Day contests attract youth com- Hereof Defendants ltd statement is presented as evidence plus to guarantee the fulfillment of its $ \ ,

petition from several counties.H. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: of the size strength and financial pro- obUs"t.IulI.a.V" are mindful of the congress -

E. Wood State Supervisor of title All persons or Interest claiming In.any or estate lien upon.right, of Liberty National 1963. Total fldence placed in us by our policy'r:

Vocational Agriculture said the the real property herein described or resources of over $429 million are conservatively owners and pledge our continued efforts :'

Forestry Field Day would include any Oreetinp part :thereof Invested, and the company to provide efficient honest and reliable '.
five contests: estimating pulp- You are hereby notified that a, proceeding .:i.-
from to quiet title has been brought baa over $46 million of capital and aur- service. ,
wood and sawtlmber volume In the Circuit Court for Walton County. -
standing trees estimating tree Florida against all persona claimingany
title, or interest In.
estate right
land
and diameters a
heights
or lien upon, the following described
measuring'' 'contest, log sawing real property situate In Walton County. TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE $2,681,432,761 / 0#

and log rolling. *nThSou1hWhalf of the Southwest 1963 INCREASE IN INSURANCE IN FORCE $226,230,123

All forestry contests will be Sew. Tow nsShip( of 4 NOD>. oRange i9 1963 INCREASE IN RESOURCES $35,999,693 7

judged by foresters from the Flor. wt
iaa Forest Service and forest in. and you are hereby required to file
with the Clerk of sold Court (personally FINANCIAL'STATEMENT DECEMBER 31 1963
dustry.C. or by attorney on or before __ ,
H. Cou'lter. Florida State For- AprU 27. IMt your written d.'e_.
if any. to the complaint and to file RESOURCES
ester' said. the forestry field day copies of earn on W. P.Ocean.fD..-

competition helps to stimulate Interest Mnlak Springs Florida, law Guaranteed and Insured Red. Estate MortgagesO. .................................... $245,757,599.44
In conservation and Flor- there: setting' as up prescribed the estate by, right, *. Government Bonds and Note*................................................ .9.42..U /

ida's rapidly expanding forestry title, or interest 1;. ::J1.nc.l:4 the Total 1 U. .. .. .. . ** 'iSit2.S?
*
above described fwslrlfte., will.? Other Real. Estate Mortfsgos. ?2'55..???.
program. bee fa pint you or by default. PuMIe Utility Bonds................................................................. . .9*
Each high school vocational WITNESS! and the seal of State .M Municipal' Bond......................................................... 15,25a.925.41

Chapter agriculture Advisor Instructor selects: or a fores-PTA au Seal thia court March a mLehand 24. E.. LEO D SpHnga. 1964.ANDREWS, FIori Other Polley=:.:....::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 32,554.50.0 1S.7S1,14.423,177S11.7S: : : !

try team of up to four students.No i ( ) Clerk of the Circuit Court ofWUton cOccIlItlo4 Real Estate.................................................... 1,174,540.92

.chapter.may,enter more than Saael Howell.County.Deputy Florida Clark Cash IavestaertRealEstate.................::.':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 2,435,714.25: : : *: a .

Tea two ma boys vviin__in*,.__a,.......Uh.single....*nth.*...-.-.contest.. .-.hAft--w_ 4t: 3. .-.. 2. 9. iaDf Other Stocks.R.beeree6..........''.':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,3.11E 1.S07.SS7.00: : 93: "fJ

ter teams. Contest winners are TUB COUNTY lUDOE< COCTIT' ToUl........................................................................... $.sao.asj.74
judged on their total point score. IN AND FOR WALTON COVlifT" ;tI:

Contestants for the April event RE: ESTATE! FLORIDAHf OP FRANK WESLEY OBLIGATIONS AND NET WORTHHMOTVOS
Escambia San- Deoeeeed.
are expected from IUtlEa.

ta Rosa Okaloosa. Walton, Hol- creditors NOTICE of TO the CREDITORSAll :) .....> of) Frank to Guarantee obllpU.ne. la Policyowners.Capitol ................................ ,7..2.0.2. i "
mes and Washington counties. Wesley Kris*, deceased an tweet and. SuraUm(s,250.ooo..12 paO...................................... .....147.092.5'

ruled demands and required which to they file may nave 'Total HoM for Protection of P..Iey.............................................. S421.1M>.*a2.SS ..

IN THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS/ or against said estate In the office of Securities Valuation Mo*.rvo........................,................................ 2,274,249.56Taxes
COMMISSION WAaIIINOTON D. Crib the County Judge of Walton County and MIc&Maitoo.s Ualt................................................... 6.174. ".04

Baw Station No. B KIY-472 L-. st: nlak Florida.Springe In the Florida Courthouse within. ) at ala i eP calendar i-- 'Total............................................................................. .*42..MOa.74+ .. ._
Remote pickup mobile elation months from the date of first .
KK-T2S, KE-7SX. KE3e and KK-7M1: publication of thia notice Bach claim
Lutorns Foster Jr.. R colT.r. baa or demand must beIn writing and .
applied to the Federal Communication must state the place of residence and MAMAOEB! ..PIIZSI I'l'-'TIVIt. Jack Robinson .rF
Commission for approval of the trans the post office address of the> claimant PERRETr: SANTA ROSA COUNTYHampton pa.11eO..ICE
far of the license) of Radio Station and muet be> sworn to by the Jam.- M HOW Bill Sheppard
WDSP DePunlak Spring. Florida. 1280 claimant. hie agent, or his attorney. MAN..GIER Jo "l KttsJU Bob TroxlerBofc
K. C.. S K W (Daytime only) to or It will become) void according to D..aLls alCILUIDS William ny Hike J. McMillanr Luko Easom MsvnbrTaH
Kucha Valley Broadcasting Company.A I laW' STlENO-cLUltr M. of which Mrs.w. BLDON: XJBROY'utor KRIBO. bllCl- >
Florida corporation
NORMA PARKER Z. (bat) Patrick! Earl West
of the Estate) of Frank
D. Douel__ DeFunlsk Springs. OKALOOSA COlNTVSamnvl WALTON COUMrVt t
Florida la the principal stockholder! Wesley Krteg, deceased
.
.OCIATII MANAGERS CawthonDon
O. cars Peek
of
I.t
First on the 19 day .
and President publication
O. C. Pa.1II Jack Tat Steel*
for eonaent to transfer i March. 19 4.4t l'
Bald application Jack o.Ifa' waJn '-ImarOeno MaJlorr Unit
th. aforesaid license waa filed bylAiTcrno > 3:19.26.: 43: $. Charts Cent: Coo* Jerry bowlm:. _. ;" ,
Poster Jr. Receiver and t
SUch vane Broadcasting Companyen ,
October as 11163. and amended on Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Copeland
NATIONAL
March SO 1964 LIBERTY
weekend vacation in
Any person naln any objection, enjoyed a
to said transfer should forthwith file MobUe.
Same With. the Federal Comnnmlca- LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ,,'
fleas Commission. Washington D. C.L".em. Paulin Hodges and Mr. .r.:
Mrs. '
Foster Jr. ItecelverEucbet .
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Valley Broadcasting Company Herman J. Goings visited relatives f.Y'" ',:, . BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA t\ff.,
By Mart* F. Douglass. Preeiden in Dothaa on Sunday. . .
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Director Points prohibits of the placing'of adver Air Patrol' Cadet summer' pro- KNOW YOUR 'INi-s.. -.-.. 'tT-- Mrs. Hazel Daughette spent Fri- Mrs. Betty Beach and children
Safety I tising signs on or within 15 feet gram wo IIld begin on 14 June at day In Pswtama'' City attending a spent the past weekend at Pan
To Poster Placing Law of the right-of-way of state highways Tyndall AFB near Panama City. I I NORTHERN FOWL MITE I' I Glee Club Festival, where her Ama City Beach, with Mr and Mrs.
i Jackie Ates was a conest- Bill Holloway.
he added. But in their enthusiasm Maor William R. Bass CAP niece
Robert E. Dean, Safety Director for their candidates they : Deputy for Cadet, announcedthat Th, Rev. Frank: Thomas delivered -
of Gulf Power Company calls on sometimes forget that there 1,000 cadets and senior officers Poultry not doing wen Tired 1 atUs. droopy, with pale combs ant.Mrs.. Martin McGregor of Atlanta the mornins! worship services -
I for political office and are I ana wMtlM? Not laying: properly T Tho chances are Very good th. I '
candidates
to attend is here with her mother. at First Baptist church hereon
also rules against the use of utility were expected cause the amrtbern fowl ll.And this doeln't.appl7 to chicken
their supporters to comply with -I!! Mrs. Maude Sconlers who is :a Sunday and was the accom-
poles for this purpose wherever the largest encampment programin only.XM Mia pen also attacksturkeys
the law prohibiting the placing of they may be located. In the Interest the history of CAP in any of dock, geese came .patient in Walton county hospital.Mr. panied by his wife and children!
campaign posters and other advertising of the safety of electric and the 52 wings, covering all 500 birds, and pigeons as well. I' and Mrs. Alva Chandlerand to Crestview where ha delKered
on utility poles. telephone linemen we request the states Puerto Rico and the Dis- The fowl mite is a tiny darkor daughters of Montgomery evening services at the Woodlawn
"I am sure that no one would cooperation of all candidates in trict of Columbia.The reddish creature almost, unlesspresent Invisible visited their parents Mr. and Mr*. Baptist church.Mr. .
io the naked
knowingly endanger the life and complying with these regulations." Civil Air Patrol Is the la Terr large numbers eye or Ford Cain and Mr. and Mr. A. Bill Merritt spent the week-
limb of an electric or telephone official: Auxiliary of the U. S. crawling; over newly-laid eggs. R. Chandler the past weekend. end in Pensacola visiting his par-
company. lineman. But in the east, Air Force and has two major Unlike the chicken or common Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clayton and ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Merritt
several of our employees have CAP NewsThe programs. The cadet program poultry mite this pest usually Mrs. W. A. Wooten spent Satur- and attending mission services.
incurred serious injuries in falls which has as its goal the motiva- spends its entire life upon the day in Panama City. Mrs. Alma Hinote of Montgom
bird-look for it around the vent
caused when the gaff on their Florida Wing of the Civil tion of the air-minded youth of or along the aides of the breaston Mrs. Ralph Anderson Mrs. cry spent the weekend here with
climbers encountered a tack or Air Patrol has announced its 1984 America, and the Senior program the skin and feathers. (The Frank Finger and Mrs. C. H. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. G,
nail and failed to hold under their Summer Encampment program. which has responsibility for the chicken mite generally spends Brown spent Saturday in Fort Blake.
weight" said Dean. The office of the Deputy for Emergency Services Disaster work the daylight hours hiding in Walton Beach Easter shopping. Mrs. F. E. Mitchell of Valparaiso
"As most political workers Cadets of the Florida Wing has as well as Search and Rescue details I cre'fice.in the roosts or housing which) Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ingle and son, spent: fie weekend with friends

know the State oad Department. announced that the. largest Civil for missing. aircraft and per- Doth.laow.yer.are pierce the akla and suckers gradually Ellis of Montgomery spent the here.Mr.
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i drain the bird of.its lUe-blood weekend here with Mrs. Ingle's! Kurt: Miller of Bonlfay wasa
until It Is seriously weakened or parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson business visitor last Friday here
I even die. Bowers. in DeFuniak Springs.
To rid the bird of both these I
pests, as well sus Itee, fleas, and
bedbugs,anew and aafer remedy
has been found.JL chemical call.
TreasiureflliiirtM. ed Sevia. which belongs to .n
entirely new family of insecticides the birds themselves by means of
. the carbamates is parti a sprayer electric fog machine
;* cularly effective. where the. ln or hand duster; or to the roosts
'4 Beets have built up a resistanceto walls and floor of the buildings
During the month of April we invite you to a store-wide Treasure Hunt the older pesticides.likewise in which the poultry are housed. .
nt our expense when weed according to the or to the litter.Usually It U wiseto
manufacturer's instructions It isrelatively make a repeat application FinalNotice
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Here rules safe tq humans, and about a month later to take care
are the of the hunt: You browse through our store as longas
practically" all domestic animals of any new pests which may hare
you like as often as you like. Any time you find anything you wantto and plant. hatched out la the meantime. -
buy that has one of these three numerals- 0 8 9-o.. the second Application nay'be>> made to FNi.

item on the price tag attached to the article, it is: yours for 40% off. For. ..
Seventh Fleet and the Nationalist
example if the tag reads: CO DWI 1/3.95, take your find to the cashier sons.The local unit of Civil Air Patrol Chinese Navy. The exercise with
call her attention to the price tag and it's yours for 2.37 plus tax. in DeFuniak Springs meets ovr 40,000 men and 140 units

There is only one exception: if you find a price tag that has'already been each Tuesday night at 7.30: P.M. participating will demonstratethe
at DeFuniak Airport. Persons desiring effectiveness of the United
reduced, you may have the item for the reduced price or for 40% off more Information should- States Seventh Fleet to rapidly

the original price whichever is lower. call 1-Lt. Buel Mooney at TW move a significant combat forceto Remember Tuesday March 31, 1964is

63491. a troubled area in order to
sssist an ally. .the*Final day for filing: for homestead -
Come -- Be Our Guest!

News of Walton Royce H. Foreman 17, son of .exemption.
Men In Service' Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Foreman, of
CASH SALES ONLY NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS Route 1, has begun basic trainingat

AT THIS PRICE ON "TREASURE"! ITEMS Vernell N. boatswain'smate the Naval Training Center HUBERT R. ADKINSONTax
Gauthier
Great Lakes Ill.
first class.USN, son of Mrs.
The nine-week training includes
Sarah Gautheir of. Freeport. Is naval orientation, history and or Assessor
W. 0. CAMPBELL participating aboard'' the attack
CO. INC. cargo ship tTSS SemInole in a ganization, seamanship ordnanceand first Walton County, Florida
military drill
gunnery TW 6-5861
coordinated U.S-Nationalist Chin-
aid and survival.
ese amphibious exercise: called
H arF ware 'Operation Backpack" being con-
ducted off the coast of Taiwan. Paul Teelin, Clyde Newton I
Backpack is an exercise to test Freddie Baker and Buddy Bishopwere
: the amphibious capabilities and home from Troy State CoLlege

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Do You Know? quired to review and equalize any of Walton: County arc judged by I'presenting about 40r:f,, another Taxes Must He Paid port their household workers. Jacksonville i Florida.
BY M. T. FOUNTAINDO I assessments presented to them by other people of the State and 32;' the other three representingthe On Household Workers Once informed, many are anxiousto More information is achis. :
the Tax Assessor each year. Nation by the typo of people we other 28"'.-'. The School Board comply with the law," he said from the Social Security C: ice
that household Maids\. cooks, yardmen and At 1133 Htirri on Aveniif:Pn) ma
YOU KNOW what the duties DO YOU KNOW that the Senator elect to these very important of- are about the same. Wonder when Convinced many
of a County Commissioner? I County Representative and flee! we need the best men and they will do something about this workers aren't being reported for other household workers come City, Florida. A free! br' 'et,
which took oath Social Security two government under Social Security if their available from Social ecc; ' tv.
They are to the County Govern- five members of the Board of women to represent;' us. Rememberyou law in they an .
ment what a Board of Directorsof County Commissioners are duly can judge the future by the that they would comply with'DO agencies have bc"un an education cash wages total $50 or more Ina Include an order form tc.'* i( nrt,
in the Panhandle calendar quarter Since there blanks and a tax tnhlo 'j"1'O;
a large Corporation Is. Theyare elected representatives of all the past. A Poitician is looking after YOU KNOW one of the program .
Working in cooperationllh are 13 weeks in a calendar quar booklets can be rcoucs''' ('rt' by j"I.;I
his interest Statesmen is area.
the custodian of all County people of the own n have is to
County, they are most sacred things we .
the Internal Revenue Service, the ter a household worker who is or phone. The S< tliT:" Sf'c'' tv
property, except School plans, Including our representatives to whom all looking after the interest of all Vote It is our duty to consider Social Security Administration Is paid as little as $3.85 a day Is telephone number Is 7r.J-53: .
the If don't elect officials
the Court House and its departments of State and Federal people. we each candidate as to qualifications,
'Government who has a back bone, who mailing letters to over 1200 homeowners covered even If she works only
Grounds.DO looks to for informa ability ingertity-but go to the CARD OF THANKS
in the Panhandle area. one day a week regularly
YOU KNOW that a Cityor tion, need and guidance in so far ore willing to stand up and be polls and Vote for the person of
all counted then our form of gov- I These letters remind people of A Social Security tax of 7U
County are Judged by the appearance as county affairs are concerned your choice. We would like to let every..no
of. all its public build- including the State Road Department ernment begins to decay -M. T. Fountain their obligation to report workers percent Is due on these!' wages, know how much we a'> rest'fed
covered Social Security ; :
ings and grounds. (Why not remove for recommendations for i DO YOU KNOW that Chapter by Carey said Half of the tax ((3 5-8 all the kindnesses shown' : ; us in
the old dead palms now in all Primary and Secondary Road 124.01 Florida Statute, required Mrs. Sonny Hollingsworth wasa The response: to letters already percent) is paid by the employer so many way. by our frfr>nds and
front of Court House.) A nice buildings programs in the County, the County Commissioners and visitor In Pensacola on Thursday mailed" has been surprising, according and half by the worker The em- relatives at the time of donih of
hedge would look good including County Hospitals Rest Board of Public Instruction to of last -week. to John V. Carey. District ployer collects the tax from the our loved one, Rodney H. M'tchcll
DO YOU KNOW that the Coun- Homes, Parks and any other pro divide the County into Five Dis- Mr. and Mrs. S It!. Preacher Manager of the Panama City worker, matches It, and sends the Your many expressions' of !vm-
ty Commissioners site as a Doard ject used by the public. tricts according to population, we I have returned from a visit in Security Office "Many of these: tax and the quarterly report to pathy will remain in our hearts
of Tax Equalizers-they are re- DO YOU KNOW that the people now have one Commissioners re- New Orleans. folks didn't know they must re- the Internal Revenue Service, forever.

The Family of
.. Rodney II Mitchell.

Mrs Pat Covell spent Wednes-
day in Pensacola
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