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: April 9, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Volume ID: VID00223
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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Guard Unit Tivoli Senior Play e '

Holding Open House Set For Monday Night LiMAK r

For .,Juniors> Seniors The Tivoli high senior. class %e DE HJLD'

Hi local National- Guard Unit play will be presented at the 20
school Monday night April ,
153rd Engineer Company, is holding
beginning at 8-00: p.m.
an open house and hot dog The play "A Feudln Over Yon 0 J q
supper for the Juniors and seniors w-J
der" Is a 3-act hillbilly comedy tOR OF'
Freeport Paxton Ponce de ='
and will be held in the Tivoli .
Leon and Walton high schools on cafetorium. .;) .

Friday night at 7:00 pjn. here at 't : I
"*v. National Guard Armory. Jft _
Freeport Faculty __..
The supper Is a kick-off for the
Host to WCEA Thtirs. FLORIDA AI'R1L9,196.3 _.H"! / Number.1$
recruiting drive and will VOLUME 72-PUBLISIIED _

give the Guard an opportunity to The Freeport School facultywas Plan Scout Troop -.. ,Walton; Honor Roll

explain! how you can! satisfy your host at a dinner meeting of -

obligation military Join and There no Is high no the Walton county Education Association i Helen Prescott Named Miss Walton CountyAlthough In Glendale Area Burvln K. Pugh, Supervising

on Thursday evening, Walton
I Principal ot liign bcnout::
pressure deals involved. We just April 2, in the school cafeteria.A Parents of boy in the Boy reports that 12: students made tile
want to shown MISS WALTON COUNTY
you we I
offer before patriotic theme was used in the the first political rally .u__ _. __ 7 ) i l Scout age group are Invitedto A honor zion tile lourin reporting
:you sign with
decocrations and music which attend a meeting at the
any other military organization. was held on this very important period, with, lui on the u rou.
During the was presented by fifth grade students night and also a big doings at the 3 Glendale School en Saturday inn usi is as louows: A: Mike
following named month of March the under the direction of Mrs. City Auditorium, our Miss Wal- s ,!-. night, April 11 at 7:00: p.m. crawiord, Lottie Brown, Urevcneniminger
enlisted men re- Zera Denson. The devotional Hoard Griffith tells us plans
turned from six months active was ton County Beauty Contest still 8 ,t.xE Mary Anurews, nezlAGUnl
given by Mrs. Agnes Crawford. for organizing a Boy
duty for training with the took the spotlight and to proveit r fenny ureen, iNancy Mcjxancy -
army: Dwan Bishop, Program Chair E Troop In that area will be .
Privates Nolin : the school auditorium was "IU1, Campoeii, .a..ou"raw-
D. ,
Bryan, Jimmy man, presented a film, 'ReAwakeenlnc and that parents from
sore Lynaa Merrill Hoi-
R. Ganey Joseph I packed full and several dozen Jimmy
George "
which Qaskln and that
gave a panoramicand Darlington '
I.. Mathews Herman extra chairs were required to take uer ana Less ihomason.Htn .
imaginative presentation of whole area of the county are
Jimmy S. I of the expanding crowd. a \ urwae--A-IIrIUte Crawford
Sunday Lewie D. Man- some of the philosophy and problems care Invited to join in the project '
ning. Howard 1. Miller, Larry H. The stage was decorated with .1 be li list: Kauterine. Aiiord,
that face the .
Manning William L. Infinger.We in teaching profession gold and white striped drapes, H fto Linda Ammons, :Sherry Barton,
are very happy to have Officers full bloom azaleas and large i; Tivoli Topples Joyce toisnop, Lan burt, kinds hue
were elected for 1964- from Crowder, harem Cucnens: Judy.
them back home with their friends 63 and are: Miss Ruth Anderson potted plant arrangements K Crestview 15-6
and neighbors and the Guard is the various florists In town. The uaiton Linaa Donaioson> Gienaa.LKmaioson
happy to have ten trained President; Mrs. Jean King Vice Master of Ceremonies. Mr. Doug- Ulenda .' o u n t a 1 n,
President; Mrs. Cornelia Crawford F The Tivoli High School Tigers
engineers. las Andrews assisted by Mrs. lx>uise Hayes, Martha Hedger,
Secretary; Mr. Perry Curtis Baseball team won their opener
the audience Mary C. ilerring, Bonnie nin-
By: 2nd Lt. William V. Rutherford I Chris Prescott kept Carver
Treasurer. Officers full particulars from (Crestvlew's High nat Becky Hutchinson MiKe
Sullivan, PIO Officer who well informed as to the ,
served during 1963-64 were: throughout the entire per School here Thursday afternoon. Jackson. Bethany Jacobs, Virginia

Boring;;: Session Of !Ruth Mr. James Taylor President; Miss formance. Music was furnished by Ulysses Wright led the Tigers JOhnson, Ann Jones, Charles: r.o-
Anderson Vice President with two three-run homers followed
Holmen SingThe ; the Walton High School Stage cisek, James Maden VonciUe Mc-
Mrs. Inez Taylor, Secretary; and by Ronald Jordan's single,
Band under the direction of Mr. Innis, 'Ihcpna Miller, James IMorris
Spring Session of the Holmes : ,
Mrs. Frances Jean Puckett Trea- ,. and a single by Shorty Frank He-
County singing convention surer. Fred Turner. The judges were all BLUDWORTHPhoto Carlos Price: 'ineresa Price,

and the annual Homecoming will from I Pensacola and the picturesin by Shultz nry.Tlvol! will play Crestview there Oloria Richardson, PhlUls :bim-

be field next Sunday April 12th Extends the business windows and In mons. Michael Shell, Linda Shuaf,
at Corinth Primitive Baptist Free Invitation o the story above are furnished by for the sound system Mr. Turner >n Michard Taylor, Christine Tedder, j
Church located seven miles north Fry M_ 7 Mr. Wm. Shultz local photographer and his dance band; Billy Shultz Walton Mike. Wilson.'

of Ponce de Leon. for the many pictures; Jack Pot- County 11th Grade-A-Lottie Brown,
Frank Chamber of
Everyone Is Invited and a Kick's Nick, proprietor of There were 19 girls participating ter, lighting; Rivards for the back Commerce Gretchen Butler.

bountiful lunch will be served at Fishing Lodge at Basin and when they came on the ground drapes; Douglas Andrews! Community Calendar B-Leonard Adams, Roy Alford, 1
noon. Bayou, invited all his friends to stage for the first time In their for being their Master of Cere- April 9 April 16 Gloria Bell, Dawn Campbell: JoAnn

Mrs. Dixie Carroll a free fish fry to be given at the formals, the girls and their formal monies; to Howard Storrs! for the Collinsworth, Jula Ann Dom-
Lodge on Saturday, May 2, from colors were Helen Prescott, white; publicity in the DeFuniak Herald. April 9-Beach Garden Club-1.00 al, Judith Gainey, Nellie June

11:00: a.m. to 4 pjn. Nancy Bludworth white brocacde; Also to the school authorities for Magnolia Garden Club--7:00 Garrett Rosemary Humphries,

Legislative.Report Nick tells us he has completely Ellen Hurley, white satin; Pam cooperating for. the judges from -:H'LE'N 'PAk'tiC'O"'I !I '"'-"" Paxton Walton P.T P.T.A.-7:0I.A.-7:00: Huie Infinger, JJrenda Jones,

re-modeled the lodge and wants Grlswold. turquiose satin; Dawn Pensacola; Mrs. Clara Kennedy I Photo by Shultz : Glenda Kelly, Dorothy King
This la a reprint from last everybody to see it. Oysters prepared Campbell, white with black lace chairman of the Ways and Means April Rally-Red Bay-6:30: Royce Langley Susan McCall,

year's report to the people of in various ways are the I bodice; Jo Ann Collinsworth Committee for helping so much to tiara crown. :Spring FormalFreeporthootenanny Frances McDonald, Linda Paul,

Walton county made weekly specialty of the house at this I I white; Marie McDonald, teal blue; prepare the girls for the evening; First runner-up was Miss Mary & Country Music- Helen Prescott Eugene Ray Cathy

during the past eeeelon "of the time; and shrimp are served in Jcndia Blake pink ruffle; Susan Mrs. Mary C. King, decoration Ann Strickland, sponsored byBeasley's ::730 -" Kitzman, Steve bailsman. Buddy

legislature by James H. (Jimmy season. Covell, turquoise bell shae; Bar and most of all to all of the lovely daughter of Mr. and April 13-DeFuniak Lions Lions-7.00:: bchafer, Oneita Shiran. France

) Preacoctt, Member of the bara Jones, white with dangling. girls competing; in the contest for Mrs. M. Strickland. Second run- Freeport Stokes, Patrick Sullivan, Tim Sut-

House of Representatives, Walton Haydon Burns Speaks beads on bodice; Mary Ann Strick- if it wasn't for them, there ner-up, Miss Pam Griswold, spon- Beta Sigma: Phi-7:30 ton, John Teelin, Frances White,
April 14
County. At Freeport April 11 land white; Tawee McDonald wouldn't be a Beauty Contest. sored by Owen's Motel, daughterof :School-tvalatlon! Day No 10th Grade-A-Mary Andrews,

April 22. 1963 pink; Martha Huggins, blue net; Eliminations began with the top Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Griswold. Cherl Ealm, Peggy Green, Nancy
Dear Friends: Bill Shultz, Walton county manager Ann Jones, blue Jersey. ; Janie ten coming back on stage, these The night before the contest the Rally-Da rllngton-6.3 0 McCall.

The Legislative pace picked up of the Haydon Burns cam Campbell pink; Susan McCall, red girls were: Helen Prescott, Pam Beta Sigma Phi Chapter members Rainbow Girls! -7:00: B-Linda Adkinson, Carolyn

as the 1963 Session neared the paign for the Democratic nomi- brocade; Christine Paul, whits Griswold, Susan Covell, Mary gave a party at Mom and Dad's Beta Sigma Phi-8.00: Alford, Mark Anderson, Theresa

end of the third week. Every nation for, Governor, reports that lace; Mary Murphy, red chiffon; Ann Strickland, Tawee McDonald for all of the girls, which they Klwanls-12l: bell, Susan Campbell, David Che-
minute of the working: day is Mayor Burns will be in Freeport Ann Evans pale green net. Martha Jo Huggtns, Janie Camp seemed to enjoy very much and C. of C. Board-7:00 bell, Sean Campbell, David Che-

taken up with correspondence, .Saturday, April 11, at 9:30: ajn. After the girls had all been on bell, Susan McCall, Christine Paul the night of the contest, the Judges April 15-Pilots-12:00: shire, Marlce Cosson, Marie Dick ;
, sessions of the house, committee A cordial Invitation is extendedto stage in evening gowns and dur- and Ann Evans. from Pensacola were entertained: Women's Club-3:30. ey, Carolyn Edwards, Randal

t meetings and even at the -loclal all friends and the general ing intermission, entertainmentby During this period Miss Personality at the Country Club. So. Walton Lions-7:13: : Crlner, Rodney Hardy, Vickie

hours in the evenings membersare public to be present and meet Mr. the band and also Mrs. Eliza- was revealed. This is And so the curtain draws on Jennings, Janey .Jones, John McDonald

seen involved In deep discussion Burns. He will make a short talk beth Keel. President of Beta Sig- an honor given one of the compet- another contest. full of exci'ement Church Of Christ Edward McMillan Linda

over some controversial and will be glad to answer quessboas I ma Phi Chapter, talked to the tors and chosen by all the' girls.! and, color"tor -another,'year with Begins Revival Pugh Brenda Robinson. Butch v

L Issue of a bill or resolution. Much .- audience, concerning, .what' happens Atnong themselves- v>u ey'-'select everyone looking ,forward to the Slay Roger Smith,. Lara Walden,

e -- has now been 'accomplished by I Anyone wishing to have questions to the profit from the show. whom they would best think deserves new year_ ahead.____ : Christ The of College the city Avenue Ja to Church of Karen Warren Douglas ..Woodruff,
both the House and the SenateIt anwsered by the candidate Some of the facts she pointed out this honor and the trophy ---- 'gospel begin a Walter wvuoteo, Wayne. nuoien.9th .

was apparent from the tenor is invited to give them to Mr. were: hearing tests. for Grades 1.6, cup went to Miss Nancy Blud Women's Club To HaveA ,meeting the 13th, each I Grade-A--Nancy Campbell
of the opening days that most :Shultz. hearing aids for some that needed worth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Unique lroRramVed.. night at 7 p.m. through the 18th. Lou Crawford Lynda Merrill. r

law makers were resigned to them transportation for children John Frank Bludworth.At The Woman's Club meets in the Paul p. Murphy, of Foley, Ala., B-.Barbara Arnold. Pat Dell, r

finding new ways to bring in FISH PRY CLUSTER SPRINGS .to have their hearing checked, this time the Beta Sigma Phi Club House, next Wednesday, will be doing the preaching, with Marjorie Volvard, Billy Joe Cos-

revenue to satisfy demands of a CHURCH, SATURDAY, APRIL 11 helping youngsters in Foster Parents acknowledged the business places April 15th, at 330.: congregational singing. son, Edwin Cuchens, John Glllis, j'
growing state. Just how this Is homes, clothe for the needy that gave donations toward the The program is to be a most There will be a basket luncheon Judy Harper, Nancy Holder, Sue !

going to be accomplished is o Don't miss our big' Fish Fry, at Christmas; buying gifts for the scholarship funds and then the unusual one, "Poems My Mother served on the lot next to the Kelly, Michelle Kring, Leslie May,

problem that remains to be Saturday night April 11, at the inmates In the hospital at Chat- top six girls were called back- Wrote", give by Mrs. Lloyd vice building after the 11 o'clock ser- Carolyn Nelson Michael Pentecost

solved. Cluster Springs Baptist church, tahoochee and quite recently they Helen Prescott Pam Grlswold, Grandy. The background on the 19th. George Eo' MearsIs Chucky Roehm, Charlotte
The House passed and sent to serving will begin at 6 p.m. have decided to sponsor a Jr. Girl Mary Ann Strickland, Janie of each selection will bo n'l fa local minister. The public Rushing, Maude Sawyer, Johnny

the Senate a bill to si.ell out Plates will be $1.00 for adults, Scout group here in DeFuniak and Campbell, Susan McCall and sented, giving a personal each; invited service to bring their Bible I Shaw Gary Shelley, Johnny Mae

safety regulations on motorboat- and SOc for the children. Proceeds also are presenting a scholarship Christine Paul. to each offering. iBibical and study together, Stokes, Eugene Sullivan, Dawn

lag tightening up state laws in will go for the church and to pay to a worthy senior girl tne past Last year's winner Miss Joyce I At this time also Mrs. J. T. ated questions will be appreci- Thomason, Ronal Vaughn, Janet
I I chairman, and answered
some respects. The Senate votedin for new hymnals. two years. Bishop performed the honors of Blackshear, membership scripturally. Walen, Fredrick Warren, Mary
favor of this bill. At this time the girls came out crowning the new MIsj Walton I will lead in a ceremony to honor Watson, Teresa Wheat Katrina

Legislation enabling the state to CEMETERY WORKING in bathing suits and after thisa County for 1964, Miss Helen I the new members- that have joined Girl Scots Hostess White, Donnle WoodalL8th

acquire vast tracts of public' There will be a cemetery work- short intermission at which time Prescott, daughter of Mr. and this year. At Tea At Woman's ClubA Grade-A-Jimmy Holder.
beaches lakes and parks im ing at Alaqua Steele Church, Sat Mrs. Prescott thanked the following Mrs. Charles Prescott sponsored During the business session, B-Sue Bryan, Stella Bryan l

mediately. In the face of rising urday April 18, so come on out business places: to WZEP for] by Wise Dept. Store. She was I I nominating committee of,officers will pro.for tea was given Sunday, AprilS Beth Campbell, Sandra Campbell 1 +
of sent the new roster at the Woman's Club
II resented lovely bouquet by theCadette
costs and dwindling land areas and help work, bring along tools.: advertising, WDSP for the taped a Janice Commander, Doris Douglass -
music George Owensof roses, trohy, banner and diamond the 1904-1969 year. Girl Scout< were Introduced simultaneously inboth Thank you.. Committee. background Robert Fountain. Bill Green
and <*.I. The gins were assistedby
houses of the Legislature. The Dianne Holland, Edna Johnson
:purpose is to insure our residentsand leaders.their leaders and assistant Donna LaFrance Kathy Lassiter

tourists that, in the years Mauldln Pat Moultrie, Christine

ahead the opportunity to enjoy r +t+e .. The guests. were the girls'mothers. .McDuffle, Kennan Powell Mike

outdoor Florida will not diminishbut e. ,atx The I Richards, Pia Roehm, Rebecca
f Vr tWv scheme was pink and Sconiers Ricky
will be increased. Under the r'k' Sanders Wayne ,
proposed legislation Florida green with arrangements of azaleas Scott. Carolyn Shaw, Terry Shoaf,
enhancing the club and
would be required to have a room Marie Slay Sandra Sutton Raymond
an arrangement of bridal wreath
Randy Walker.Oeo..e ,
statewide recreational develop Walden
adorning the refreshment table.
campaign to Wallace, Shirley Ward,
ment plan, a mapped
y music
was played
The bills Jimmy Wesley, Alan William
extend playground areas.
would also allow Florida to participate -, throughout the hour. 7th Grade-A--Lesa Thomason.
>4 The tea was given requirement
as a
Outdoor with Recreation.the Federal Bureau of :: of the Girl Scouts': Social Roger B-Susan Gomllllon Drake Jeane John Keegans Elliot

Dependability Badge.
.House Speaker Mallory Home Linda Lodge, Stephen Meadows,

appointed his three ,members to n4 The Sharon Mose, Sarah Myers, Dur-
a special senate house committee Guild Met : wood Poole, Margaret Roberts,
MondayOn Nancy Sharpe, Peggy Spence, Ce
tir study Florida's bonding program -
Monday evening of this
and report in time for consideration f week the Wesleyan Service Guild I celia White.

of the Governor's request of the First Methodist Church met k

for university expansion at the' home of Miss Muriel Tar- NOTICE I 1
bonds. This committee will report
rance with Mrs. Curtis Rutherford .
"by" May 15th. Such Information co-hostess. Mrs. James Carson, president of

would be a considerable! help to Mrs A. F. Bullard had chargeof the Walton county American Cancer

the Legislature in considering the the program with Mrs. Ronald Society, announces that due
Governor's request for $167.000.. Wise to the illness of Mrs. Marjorie
Mrs. Joyce Daniel, and
OOO In revenue bonds expanding Miss Muriel Tarrance partlciat- Bate, Mrs. Irene Hicks of Gulf

university and junior colleges to FyT 7") SS Y+x,16 w: .f ,. 4 Ing. The program subject, "The Breeze, will take care of this area
yet ;y b t 'Or Reresentative,
meet:. space age and populationneeds. i' J j.i.;: ;'_ Q. ,>, ".:E Vy WF: ;; l!: p 9V'T'''' o' cni -,hospital-. 2 ,"parlance i are V -herald" Photo General Conference of the .Methodist __&-_ a and* the can staff be reached at 208 N.
ceremoniesfor of the hospital. t Ch urc h" revea 1 ed. hi........-
On the local scene I have a Ground breaking of the Walton called trustees. The Walton county ing and informative happenings Sunset Blvd Gulf Breeze, phone
fromthe the addition to the Walton "The erection I been served by reality of his dream. As.we today 9322710.'
petition in possession Hosital has
in 1949 was trulya that go on at a Methodist Con-
office of, M. C. Burke. Judgeof county hospital were held Monday county hospital effort" he said. Trustees without compensation as launch an addition to his dreamIt ference. Mrs. Carson' address is Box

Small Claims Court Walton afternoon, with the first dirt county-wide then Boardof follows: E. L. Huggins, R. M. Sawyer is altogether fitting and proper 282. City. Phone Seagrove 231-

County, requesting the Legislature being turned over by Dr. EL I.. "spearheaded Commissioner by the composed I Melville Jennings. W. E. that he should break the ground Miss Virginia Dannelley spent 2S.8.

to Increase the salary from $100 Huggins, who, perhaps more than County of the late Louie Gill, Munn Hugh Wheat, Eddie Jones and so we now ask Dr. E. L.'Hug- spring vacation here with her par- '

a month to $200 a month., :Mr. any other person, is responsiblefor Hilts Crook. M. C. Burke Wells Nelson, Ronald Wise Bert gins to take spade in hand and ents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Walter Dan. Weather ReportDate
the hOli-
of ,
Burke also acts as Supervisor of the construction Newton Hinote and James Pad McCall, Henry Elliot, Pat Covell launch the enlargement of his nelley.
Registration and receives $400 a pital. Graham Campbell. Walter Dan- dream."

month for that office-making a A number of interested citizens gett. that -we pay nelly the late M. O. Warren, Sr. All trustees past and present, Special Communication of De I High Low Rain
total. of $500 a month combined I members of the County Comm1s- -t think tribute fitting to the untiring and the present 'Board' composed and all county doctors present Funiak Lodge No. 170 r & A M. I April 1 77 43

that his combined salary be increased don as well a* put and present particular efforts of the chairman Louis GUI of M. O. Warren Jr., Chairman, were recognized as was Ralph Thursday night at 7:30: p.m.. April 2 74 43

to $600 a month and It Trustees were present.A. few days ago. Henry Hodges, Arthur Gooslby, Neal contractor and Chas. II. 9, 1984. Work in the MM1 Degree.: 3 69 S3 .04
for an O. Campbell, Jr.. who is a who passed away a Castello."It McCauley architect, who spoke of All
Is signed by fifty people The anticipated addition to the John Freeney and Earl visiting brethren fraternally 4 83 53
many companies. former Trustee and has servedas hospital has also been a is always dangerous to name the very fine slrit of cooperationthat Invited. 5 82 57

X, urge your continued interestin attorney for the hospital acted county wide effort assisted by the Individuals who have made contributions had prevailed among all con-- Folmar White, WMJ. 0 75: 88 .37
your' and resect- a* master of ceremonies and made county lest cerned. T. Johnson
Legislature board of County to any effort one Sec'y 7 78 65 .13
fully request that you let me a few .remarks before the actual by the present by Kylea omit some person, however. I do The ceremony was opened and I
know your feelings on Issue of ground-braking1 ceremoniy. Commissioner not think anyone would think it closed with prayer by the Bev. WANTED: WOMAN, NO TO. Thursday Outlook:Fair to partly f

interest to you a* resident of He I* another who had a large Laird chairman. Odell Adams Thompson.Marvin and amiss to mention particularly Dr. Sam Shiran. BACCO, some experience in practical i -cloudy, rather windy and mild.

Walton County.: part in the treaaendous amountof Rlgdon, Frank E. L. Huggins whose dream, resulted Excavation for the addition nursing to help cure for invalid High temperatures 68-74. NW .

James H. (Jimmy) Prescott work necessary In getting: the Hubert Bell. of the 1949 in the County Hospital and who \commenced the following day and and do' light house work. winds 12-22 mph. Low humidi" i ......
Representative, Walton County"Stfunlak original federal commitment under For the other institution gave untiringly of his time, talents completion 1 Is now looked for In Mr*. H.' M. Wagner, Rt.\ 1, Nice. .30-80 pet. With 80-80 pet possiblehuwiihin .
Springs Florida the Hill-Burton act, and deserves "No hospital or Directors sad I suspect money to make a about ten months. vibe Fla. '4U *-7w *. '
Pd. PoL Adv. credit: *ar the construction .in function without


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Pastor Orvls Miller y '

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Rev. Marvin Taylor t, it-: ya kr

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W. I* Clark, Pastor The Lord is OUR Shepherd. 4 t .

friendship Baptist Churek
C. Letter Weekly Pastor
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Rev. Tucker Aplin

Olendale Baptist CKurch ' I .
J. B. Birmingham Pastor 1 1 the 'sorb i to mp ;sfjcpfjcrb, 3 sfjall( not for' thou art toitf) me; tftp rob anb tb!' .

Lime Stone Baptist Church, .. want; Staff,. tile!" comfort me. ...1 <: ,
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Rev. Cony Black, Pastor t" .

New'Kenneth Harmony Kickllchter Baptist Chure-} ;2 lie'; lit boat in green pasture. 5- !fjou.:preparest a table before me in tfje --.

:: Orove Baptist Church I Jfyt leab me fcegfbe still Waters; pct ente of mp enemies; tfjou anointestf t

Kenneth Bapttet Wadle,Church PastorPaxten :'3 fje.restored mj SouL Jfyt; leabs me in path RIP f>eab taitfj oil, 'mp tup oberflotos.

Charles.Kerby, Pastor of righteou*neectc for fits name's sa&e.
6 fltttrel anb follow
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Rev Pleasant James Grov.Kinchin Baptist Church 4 tiften tfjeugfj 31 walk tfjrougi) the faalle? me all the( baps of mp life; anb 3)) sfjall{

Freeman Smith, Pastor ofi\ tfje *$afeoto of tieatfj, 3$ fear no ebil ett.Mtfje; ouie of tfje Xorb for. eber.

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Vnshfn ton City Friday. Mrs. Burlison ''re. I>aYld-nludwerth- Mrs.for Jackie the Stanley weekend and her (Helen Mr. and Simmons Mrs. )Gerald returned Sullivan Sunday I I I'"FOR". *. BALE 1 1. :""WATER* in lots.FRONT On
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mother, Mrs. Blue with n' Choctawhatchcc: : .01-, located
Tapped Key week visit
And The-Beaches of O'Brein. FJa. from a on
Mozelle Caylord
for the weekend. .: Okalooea-Walton .. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrews and David Mr. and Mrs. Johnny .. parents, Villa Tosso. A. C.
Bludworth. son of Mr. -' Goldsboro N. C. lfo.o, Rt i
;jittr.: and, Mrs. Russell Haden of Mrs. Molly McGee of Stagrove ; and Mrs. John F. Bludworth, of Hartford, Ala. w r" .livan; Box 259, Villa Tasso N.'ceville:
shopping 'in Beach spent Monday in FortWalton vls'too! in townMr NEW BIBLE ,
3 grove Beach were was one of '19 students at the I rhcrof i SELECT YOUR :Florida.
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Panama City. Beach. '# and Mrs. book store, 611 Live -
the -
3. University 'of Florida tapped fur jt """""
IMr. and :Mrs. Max Kilbourne Mr and Mrs Allen Harris and jnembersship in Blue Key the Panama City. sped Sun-hy >n Oak Avenue. You will find over I I SPEUIALS
wad daughter. Miss' Simeon Kil daughters: Kohl and Cindy of a honorary leadership group for DeFuniak.Miss Danncllv of TO: editions from the American Cold Waves $5.00 and up
bourne Miss Julia and Miss! Helen nirininpham, spent the weekend wen at the university.The Virginia Lee 'Bible Society, Holman, Shampoo & Set 1 1.50 and 2.00
with their I Shorter College, Home Gapent Co. The prices I Hair Cuts
Strickland enjoyed the day in Tallahassee grandparents Mr and ; Collins Publishing 1.00
Mrs. Steve 19 were named In recognition the weekend here with her parents catalog suggestedor Elizabeth's Beauty Salon
Sunday, with Miss: Lucie Barrett of Seagrove : arc fair trade
Kilbourne and a tour of the Kll- Beach. of outstanding contributions Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dan. I less. In stock also is a fair Downtown-5th & Baldwin
learn Gardens.Mr. Y rt through campus leadership act) nelly. assortment of Christian books and Home Phone TE 8-2545::
'!ties. Mr. Buddy Long and Iwr. Ox Phone TW C-3141
and Mrs. C. H. McGee, Jr. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT I Sunday in dome church supplies.1:2,9,18,23,305tchg Otfchg
of Bonifay, spent
Also Long
of Seagrove Beach were shopping Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Marshall of tapped for membership; : ATTENTION; LOGGERS AND
in Panama City Friday. Valparaiso, announce the birth ofa Secretary were Gov.of Farris Bryant and Miss Judy Anderson of Panama: F' R RENT: UPSTAIRS APT., timber owners. We pay the top

Enjoying Easter supper with son, Michael\ James, on April as well three State Tom Adams. City. was a visitor in rvFun'ak 4 rooms, gas heat, air conditioned.Ph. prices for hardwood logs and
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Holley were 2nd. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Barrett S JGwendolyn David as and faculty member on Sunday. TW 6-2151. 4:2tfcbg. timber. Free estimates. JACKSON
all their children and grandchildren of Point Washington, are the 'initiated the others were Mrs. Pauline Elliott of Panama VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Hill) ,
and included: Mr. and Mri. i"S J1cip rents, Mrs.\ Marshall being at a banquet held at the City visited friends In DeFun- SALESMAN WANTED: OPPORTUNITY Fla. Phone 2195 days, or Louis
Charles Ray and son Gilbert ah the former Marie: Barrett. -March'Holiday Inn in Gainesville on iak on Sunday afternoon. for full time Raw- Lowery, 4-3825, Florala Ala,
of Nicevllle and Mr. and Mrs. Albert nu_K 26. with the principal leigh Business in 'Walton Countyor nights. 3:12: tfchj.
Woman's dress given by Secretary of State THE PARTY THAT LEFT A Products :
Butler and children, Ned. Club To Wallace Elected DeFuniak Springs.
Reginia and Teressa.Mr. Meet\ April 15th State NHA Secretary Adams. metal table at McQuins Shop sold here over 40 years. Car I FOR RENT: ONE BEDROOM
and Mrs. Alan Brims and :Membership In Blue Key is March 16, please call for It, or I necessary. No cash investment re- house on 21st St. Stove ref., and
children Bryan and Mary of Char- 1 ho ArrH;< meeting of the Wo- The 19th annual State NHA indeed an honor and friends Are will sell It for repairs and storage. quired. -For ,personal interview air conditioning. Ph. TW 64951.:
lotteville, Va., spent Easter and man's Club will be held April Convention whichwas held on the proud of David and his family. TO MRS. ISABELLE POLP write Sales'Manager, ) 3t chit Mar 26; Apr 2. 9

the week following with his mother 15th, 3:30: p.m. at the club houseon campus of Florida >A. & M. .University i please come and get your davenport FAD-40-302, Memphis, Tenn. SALESMEN WANTED: MAN
Mrs. Mary\ Burns at SengroveBeach. 7th St. Tallahassee.' Fla., March Liberty Home ,and chair or I will sell it 4:2.9,16,23: chg. wanted to supply Rawleigh Pro-
Mrs. Elizabeth Vining will pre- 26-27. Demonstration Club for the repairs and storage. C. F. ducts to consumers in S. Walton

Mr. Mary Bruns, Mrs. Molly side as program chairman.All : Gwendolyn Wallace>was elected McQuinn.ALL FOR SALE: TENACRES LAND county or DeFuniak Springs. Good
McGee and Mrs. Villa Cox of Sea- members are urged to bo state NHA Secretary. Her nomi- "Ten members of the Liberty MY FRIENDS WELCOMEto with a one'bedroom Running time to start.'No capital required.
grovo Beach, recently attendedthe present especially: ] the new mem. nation speech was two minutesandthei'topim Home Demonstration Club, gath- a Free Fish Fry May 2nd from water, electricity cash Write Rawleigh FAC-4-815, Mem-
Ordination Service at the St. bers of this year. that she used was ered at the club house Monday for 11 a.m. until 4 .m. Nick's Fishing and bath equipped. $2,000 phis, Tenn. Marl2,26Apr9,23pd
the regular financed for
Andrews By-The-Sea, Episcopal Hostesses for the occasion are: "Chapter Activities Which Have monthly meeting. Thepresident. Lodge Basin Bayou. 4:9,10,23,30pd: :land I $2,0000 F. Donaldson Rt. 3 N.
church in Destln. The Rev. Rob- Mrs. Earl Eaton, Mrs. Henry Klein. Involved My Family Members". Mrs. Mary Chapman DR. JESSIE M. McNEILL, Optometrist I I years. : New Location
called the DeFuniak Springs. 2 ml. up Leon!a at intersection of. Bob .
meeting to order at Sikes sad
ert' Clyde Johnson Jr. Edward Mrs. K. P. Jackson Mrs. Ben To emphasize her speech. she used Florala Ala., announces
1:15: Hlway, East. 4:2,8,16pd: Freeport Roads. Free
Hamilton West Bishop of the deProver, Mrs. Ralph Winslctt. posters. that her office will be closed from i I I estimates son
Florida Diocese. A lovely lunch- Gwendolyn is a Junior at_TivoliHi secretary, Mrs. Mbraa Mc- April 13 through April 23. FOR RENT: 100 ACRES Crop delivery.repairs JOE also WALLS free pick up and
eon was served at the church immediately Mrs. Pauline Hodges spent tv- following. the weekend in Dothan &SlsaeULNMtend the National arOta Courtney read the minutes Service
as guest of Phone TW 4-7831. 2:13tfch:
.Vfrs.4. Francis Florence of Gray- relatives. NIIA .4.o-Uon< In Houston, OL lhe last meeting. The treasurers LOWERY BOAT Works, Southof I I Ph. TW 64141.

ton Beach spent Wednesday. in Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Thomas S'ebca datl4tMe ._ Southern In June reort was read and accepted. Freeport is open for businessonce LADY DISTRIBUTOR Wanted: FOR RENT: GARAGE APT.
wlskl of ,'()/ilbs'gis1L es who attended more and welcomes anyone
I Panama City Director for fastest
lFunlak'Sprlngs. were visits, The'regul3r meeting will Distributing 3 rooms. 11 Guava Ave. M. T.
Ing last the,,,ea MMla.were as-Xollaws: needing any of this typo work
iMrs. Mel Cameron of Gulf lHt Qondsy. April 20 at 1 at I I growing cosmetics company in Fountain.
pjn. 3:19,26: 4:2.: 9chg.
j *w1 'rsMtech $mith., Anna .LL. done. Ph .TE 5-2072. 4:9:
Mrs. A. 0
Breeze, is spending a few weeks F. Bullard left Tuesday ....atub..hcase. We missed our U. S. wants a lady resident of
with '''her' son-in-law and daughter for Montgomery to visit her on> C1aIPpbc;'..t. viye E. Paul, and Agent, Mrs. Virginia Clark. Mrs FOR SALE: HEAVY JERSEY DeFuniak Springs for Distributorin CASH FOR LATE MODKL
ter, \ and Mrs.R. O. Saltsman..Irfr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. John GIotie".J.' VViMSug (former state' Gaynell Jones and Mrs. Juanita milking cow and a Purebred Here- Walton County. Prestige line of cars, 1953 models up. Buying fOr
and Mrs. Charley Stover, Bullard. 'i'si rodent Section A)., Courtney were hostesses serving ford bull. Priced reasonable. R. W. cosmetics, sold by appointment, Eastern and Miami markets. If
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrews And Mrs. Guy Davis and Mrs. 11.I I delicious refreshments to Mrs. Singletary, Myrtle Grove Com- not door to door. Beginning Investment you have a used car to sell,'call
...... Molly McGee all of Seagrove O. Warren returned Friday'' from Mrs. David Sloan of Princeton Mary Champan, Mr. Venitta Mc- munity. Itpd in mere handise of James Hussey, TE 6-2271--8 ..m.
Bach: enjoyed a shopping trip to Eufaula Ala, where they went' I N. J., and Mrs. J. H. Jackson of Kee, Mrs.. Artie McBroow" Mrs. $1,000-$1,500 necessary. Potential till 5:30: p.m. 12:31pd:
Panama City Friday and lunched several days attending a meeting Greensboro Ala., wer! guests: of Edwina 'Taylor' Mrs. Mildred WHY BUY A CARPET SHAM. income of 500.00: a month. I will
.t'the!' "Dixie.Sherman Hotel. of the Methodist Conference. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Southard last Raley, Mrs. Amanda Standly, POOER? We'll loan you one FREE train you. For information writeor FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM
'Mr.I and Mrs. B. Bostick of Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Sybil" kMHchem, Mrs. Nellie with purchase of Blue Lustre Car- call-Lurline Bush, 106 W. house on corner of 21st and
Headland Ala., were the house- Ooadrich. pet and Upholstery cleaner. Fisher: Jefferson St., Tallahassee, Florida. J Orange. See Frank :Mason.

truest'of his mother Mrs. Mamie -. Hardware Co. 4916chg.: 4:2,9chg: .
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Mrs. Mary' Bruns of Setierove. ( : I
Bach, left Monday for New York RUBBER STAMPS
for a month's visit with her ton y Never Before'Such an Excit-
.nd daughter-in-law Mr. and ROTARY STAMPS E
MV. Scott Bruns. ( i
Mrs. Jane Walline of GrAY ton SIGNATURE STAMPS r '
'Beach- and Mrs. Lillie Infinger ing. Magnificent.
.*'>''ere business visitors in Panama J.

Ov Mr.Tuesday.Albert Bruns and friend Packed Selection of Fine .

.Mr. Bill Wise have been spendIng' DEFIANCE DATERS J
'sometime with Mr. Bruns' mother .
i at Seagrove Beach and will re- 11
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kMr.' and Mrs. Roy Burlison .
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THE DeFUNIAK HERALD (Nan Applewhite) of New Orle
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:RolneyHarold: Mitchell:ale 25, ans'spent the holidays here visit : "
Combined with THE BREEZE tients ted TOO:?'IfcptSTOff: >f'd4.g'' 3&OKT &eftr .eellldasth.30,1904,1n an Orlando ing friends and relatives <;ndy' ,
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DeFuniak Springs, Florida an automobile accident, Mondayin -
United tSates, eared of Oilando. At the time of las Dr. J. I.. Audi! i >u : GJI4"SJI1/1
Published Every Thursday at x? .
Despitethis .tesdprWgffeiRJ' Cf 1nst..ean"cer death he was stationed lot Orlando announces the openm;! of his I WLj .
DeFuniak Springs Florida the problem rema&tf itta or one. Some ;with\ the U. S. Air Force lie was office for the Practice of Op-
.ompletely; Covers Walton County; Trading Area 48,000,000 Americans now alive Will developthe a wUv+. ef Walton county, nod tometry in all its phuM Eyes
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico Lad lived most of his life here. examined, glasses and contact (Jlt'? "mmff1t18
disease if present fates ctrtrtttme. This Survivors include: his widow lenses prescribed.
Second-Class Postage PaidH. is one fourth of the population. Mrs. Joyce Mitchell of Orlando; Office Mourn 1+
C. STORRS, Publisher 1924-1963 be two daughters Brenda Mitchell Monday through Saturday
Stark this
as figure is something can
and Janet Mitchell, both of Or- 8:00: A.M. to 5:00: P.M.
HOWARD STORRS. Editor, Publisher done now. We are saving only One) out of lando;.his parents. Mr. and Mrs.\ Closed all day Thursday

SUBSCRIPTION: three who develop cancer. We can saVo one Harold,Mitchell of' Freeport; two 602 North Main St.
brothers, Jimmy Mitchell of De- Phone M U 2.4014
Walton and Adjoining Ccuntles$3 Per Yea of As the Afnertc&ff/ Soc'krtysays
out two. : r
Funlak Springs, and Allan Mitch Crestview. Florida !For aU you lucky gals who can "make ,
Other ---------------______$350: Per Year an annual health check-op for everyone ell of Norfolk Va; Maternal.1"8ndmothe1' mallie with sewing machine and needle and,I

OrVAfLAJ_n j'jTnruT-irAjirtjxr,> iijWif(_) would go a long way in waving! "the life Mrs. Texie Thom- thread I recommend that you make tracks ..
ason-of Freeport,'and other for CARL S right ''''''
many now. There are dresses \ ,
Bible Verse of one out of two.ThtS tWOffns'getting to your tel ''tlves. Ornamental IronworkShop and sportswear "by the yard" as well as! .. \

And he cast him into the bottomless pit, doctor in time. Funeral services were conducted Located At (?a.skinAll ; fashions on the racks. You'll find all the "f."'
and shut him up, and set a seal upon him, As for the other half, only future research Saturday afternoon at 2:00: from the bright. bright solids and the bold colorofd!
the Chapel of the Clary Funeral rainbow stripes| 'in exciting
that he them. A vast research ceffort,
should deceive can save sup-
nations no the
more sewing notions
llama the Rev. Glenn Spence of- you need too!
till the thousand years should be fulfilled: ported in the main by the ACS and the gov- ficiated. Burial followed in the

and after that he must be losed a little sea ernment's National Cancer Institute iu ,being Ilalchar: Cemetery with full military and Any farm family.. can>> save both time
rites conducted m the money Propane and liuinne
son.-Rev. 20:3: made tofind ways of saving-the-one out ..Me.Dtna.. gravc- ,. Gas from WEST FLORIDA (;SAC CO. For

-oOo- of two who cannot now be saved. BtTt the I I here's a fuel that has many uses which increase -

No rrjie be grieved research effort beyond this. It Is aeek- W. 3. Once Ms returned living comfort and convenience on
at that which thou hast goes the farm . refrigeration water
hotn after a visit with Rev. J.
done, ink ways of preventing' all cancer Qrrough McLendom aad family in : C'I ,* ": heating, home heating . not to mention

Roses have thorns and silver fountains a vaccine or other rrteans. It is hunting for ......,and Mrs. Jerry Kelley and e v tractor fuel, milk house sterilisers brooders
mud, drugs that will cure caacer. da.ghter of Gainesville, wore vis- and flame cultivation.

Clouds and eclipses stain both moon and sun, Despite progress made against cancer we hors- here over the weekend.-. Work Guaranteed observed The other a late day model during a light rain we .
And loathsome canker lives in sweetest bud. cannot afford to stand Still. The pace of research Campbell Welding: highway-traveling the legal limit-on Iea\e the

All men make faults and even I in this, and education our two most potent the highway to keep from crashing into the
Rt. S, Box 143 DeFuniak Springs,
against cance*-must be stepped car ahead making a left turn. The man had fI t
thy trespass with compare, weapons Eaton Real Estate & Florida Phone Florala 4.5691 excellent brakes-but slick tires-and a red
My self corrupting salving thy amiss, up if we are to realize the hope tit_ fMtdre face. Don't let slick tires, put you-us well

Exccusing thy sins more than thy sins are: promises, based on the facts we haotI ft:todlqr. iirwrMice Agency aM nthe"--on the spot-'. Visit WHEAT

For to thy sensual fault I bring in sense. Voluntary public-supported health agen- TInE SERVICE soon. '

Thy adverse party is thy advocate cies have been a major factor in combatting AUTOMOBILE FIRE THf Taking care of the troubles that can
And disease. They have offered the public an beset anything!: electronic! i 11>4 KAION1SW<<
myself lawful INSURANCEBONDS
a plea commence, '
INC. S business,
:Su: call
Such civil is in love avenue to express its deep COn enL for thepeople's CHRISTIflilsere" TW
war my and hate, 6-1111 at the first sign of trouble with
That I an accessory needs must be, health..The Salk vaccine atf&iaitno' II your television AM and FA1 radio, stero,

To that sweet thief which sourly robs from Ho is a good example .f what cart be ac We napMMnt STROUT tape recorder electronic.public address system-any.
Dub (:ice, dcorge Owen
me. William Shakespeare complished.If and Dub Howell can repair all makes and
-oOo- a vaccine against cancer is found-and REALTY models including color television."A .

The Cancer Problem all of us hope it will be found-it may be In Real Estate since 1900 IDODITORI wife who cooks and does the dishes,
dollars contributed to the American should be granted these three wishes
Are we closing in on the cancer problem your New Location : A
There indications. Cancer Society during its annual.April.Crn- Lake Stanle- I grateful mate, a well-kissed cheek, and n
are hopeful Great gains Restaurant Dinner every week. I gave this!
have been made. Greater gains can be mode sade that- helped make it possible. TW 6..41Dd'uniak poem to my husband years ago, and at least 7-
now. -oOo-- . Accurate once a week he takes the family to MOM I .
WitttK. Spring, Fla. AND DAD'S RESTAURANT. Such plea. ,
. Leok a ,
ef Thought
Research has produced major advances in Gems sure such >pi. .
muumilM.ncx>a Complete a treat . and the food and : 1
recent years. Scientists are coming up with People who are chronicaly service can't be beat . at MOM AND- .- J.DAD.S. .
must look for the reason in tluiiHMfrM .
new and encouraging findings. This accountsfor News

the feeling-as one scientist has said- Boyle Spring and summer mean outdoor living
that cancer might be conquered in our life- If thou\ seeat anything in thyself whichmay I CoverageI ; and outdoor fun and sports and call for
make thee proud, look a little further First National ,,..,. casual and sports dress. And for casual" and
t" sport J hay two su M1L-
The hopeful facts are that this year the and thou shalt find eno gh to humble thee. ", e': IYER'S, the family shoe More--and U. S.Keds .

' lives of 48,000 people will be saved from -Quarles Insurance Agency ' and I'.F. Flyers-canvascnr for the
hole family-toddlers tool And they come
000We..e *--
J cancer-people who. would have died of the - in. time, n ull styles. slip-on and lace-up . and
our ..
seem some nice roses FORBOND. 1. ''*
disease had they developed it a decade ago. colors.

Another hopeful fact is that half of those ,but Jimmy Prescott had one of the grew loveliest r \" '1: To raise chickens that can produce more .' ..

who develop cancer In any'year can be savedf Friday we,ever saw. His mother AUTOMOUILC FRI eggs, demands feeds that have been designed

the disease: is diagnosed early and treated it, he told us. I to bring out the full egg-roducing capacity .
MARINE Z CASUALTY Yeor $22 6 Months $1 t of the birds . and that kind of feed (r
..-...-..' .. -- ..'...- 3 Month' $5.50 mst be supplied to the pullets. Take a tip ,. I
oo t . ....... '.
INSURANOr CH. tit,. .. .rtl.. end from the successful poultry, raisers in this
I .... It with check w {
I ...rqTM n.. .*...1'' t.l your area and let I1ENR OERIIEl. INC. sup p.
I .. ..... ply the quality brand feeds that
RECORD C.$ Science Monitor name. guar- .
GALLOWAY : Pint'National Bank' On. Harvey It.... antee results.
s. .... M.... 02115leas
I 7'; Is your old rug starting to look worn
and ragged Refuses to look any better after
I ; 4 cleaning, scrubbing or waxing No one
ROADS wanta a floor covering that looks dirty; all
WE BUY .t,. the time, even after repeated cleaning. Take
a look at the Vinyl-Lux floor tile and Armstrong -
SOFT HARDWOOD floor covering on display at FISHER
HARDWARE CO. Put them on your floors
PINE PULPWOODContact and match your rooms sparkl) again.
1. Saved Third District Secondary _
I Before you decide on a new car-any
Funds car-I recommend you compare the deal you '
1 Hurtis Vaughan on any of the five Chevrolet models. ,
2. Launched Biggest District Constn.- I I And at the same time consider IU V AltO ....
I in History. Phone TE 6.2477 or CHEVROLET COMPANY'S service and : "
; i tion Program, at ho.erat Red Bayor their r utaUcm. For 26 years they have ''';.t1'' .
been giving the customers what they want. /
write And I am sure you'll find the new car you ', '

Prop I Money isn't easy to get . it's even
LAIRD TIMBER COMPANY_ harder to hold on to. Hut if you put! in a
savinvn account at FIRST NATIONAL.
4. Enabled more.Third District Citfaca*; P. O. Box 1908 HANK and then add to it regularly you'll

to find work,on road projects. Panama'Cit> Florida ;: have a cash reserve to help you meet enter-
f' i genie-as well as take advantage
portunities. It takes only a small amountg
gam?', 5. Co-operation with SRD gained $UK ., to et started on the road to security. Start
saving today with FIRST NATIONAL.
g million in Districtwide Road wont J.f. While l\9 never been guilty of leaving

{ over three-year period.SATURDAY :' "Ole Rover" home- with a can of dog food
,, and a can o ener, occasionally I leave home
4.1 : early for PTA or Circle Meeting and let the ;."
VrYit boys make out with. *a TV Dinner from CAS. :;J "
.they don't eeeai to mind. I never see any t, ""r
APROVED scraps in the ....balre-onl empty plates. y:: 'I
.Those TV Dinner are really delicious and I :
; APRIL 11 t, tlme-saving. '" "

Isn't the landscape beginning to look
RECORD WZEP . 12:35 to 12:45 p.m ; beautiful with tree and flowers starting to
bleom again? They make such wonderful
WDSP : ;. ., 7:05 to 7:15 a.sPROGRESS BRIDAL SET 'backgrounds for color photographs. SERVICE -
OF r II DRUG CO. has Eastma and Polaroid

WGEA . .' 8:35 to 8:45 ..... from Camera outfits and black and white and
color film and flash bulbs. SERVICE DRUG
WBGC . 745* to 7:55 as. RHODES COMPANY also offers two-day proceeding
ANDPERFORMANCE on your film.

A new spark plug didn't' do any good.
Neither did all the evil thoughts and oaths
and thareats to throw it In the bay and a J :- -It"+"
Hear Sen. Galloway discuss the I good kick only resulted in a bruised foot. The I _,
issues of the campaign lawn mower still refused to start. '
DO NOT TRADE IT over Your s and Stratton and .. .,
See selection ofmen' 111.
j these radio.stations each Satur II a ov Clinton small motor repair htadquarten J-: '
day. watches before you buy. They can find the trouble-and fix it. '
i rt h tta;**, anniversaries ; ::1 That woman lives who i<*n't flatteredby

and fff cduatlon gifts a gift of beautiful flowers? Take it from

KEEP A SENATOR IN THE, SENATE I H! Sandy, when you want to express! affection ,
I Rhodes Jewelers to your wife or sweetheart" . when you :
II.want to sa, thank you to a gracious hos- ,
itewi.. . or send congratulations on birthdays :":
VOTE TO RE-ELECT .CLYDE"GALLOWAY *th Street L. anniversaries or other special occasions ,
let flowers from McLEAN FLORIST;
'; '. (.
-- carry the message. t'OQL

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... .,. . _.. ., .
that pursuant
I lm
JOYCE PEACOCK one half-sister. Janice Barley of Announce Dean's List * JU1M.C OF WALTON
LEGAL. NOTICES to Ch.(HV No BUS (J9-Florl a tatutee. WA1.1UM COUN1V,; .ioUIU1I.. COUNTY
Orllando; four step-brothers. Gene For Florida State trMrund lKiu4l'WUl on April lINK, JVOlllAJ. CtMCUlT: NO. IN ri.OH41
i '
Clerk or the Olrcul 1 : P.UIMa-0.. gt Da..Uaa toy MU sod IN RS:: ESTATE UP .wJI 8IS WILEYfcuttuo
Miss Joyce Peacock age 22, Barey of Lakeland Edward Barley register with -tho .
Court of Walton Oenuity. Plortd*. tb _.u. bell, v.a4I sod u.. *. Deceased.NOJUCK .
died Monday March 23, 1964 in of Orlando Max Barley of The Dean's List for Trimester if* TH ctmctnr covmr r* AND; nc cf City Tire ana Applta . AO CREDITORS
FOR WALTON COI.MTY. FLOKUSA.IN greomp Los Angeles Calif., from injuries St. Coud Fa., and James Barleyof I was announced by Florida State CH NTr.Y. NO.. salt :'nnlfce nath5 under which thundrrslprwd .! XHUllCliotwujr Whey >ianer. deceased are hereby ....-
sustained in an automobile accident DeFuniak Springs; one stepsister University todayy. The list contains AVERT H. SMITH. are carrying on business IfiKlOr.are uotUlea that fallen ana required to tne. any claims
I'\aIaUtt.' lu the State of Florida, our principal pcbuouoi"*. >*IIIM or oemanos wnicn they may nave
Miss Peacock nativeof Mrs. Jeanett arba of Seattle the
was a of
names undergraduates ...
vs- Place of business being In DeFuniak ", a.c1u. ".a .n. Kcu.. against laid estate in tne oU. of vuecounty
Samson Ala., and was a former Wash. carrying 12 or more hours who LILA FAT SMITH.t Springs. Florida. I p.UI.1UU W ui. auot.-. th.1 Judge of W..tollAUt. )', Pio-

resident of DeFuniak Springs. She Funeral services were conducted made a grade point average of NOTICE TO' uOn ef'rs'...-"PL y O.. O.R. !Shell!Hlgdon c.:.. th
had been a resident of Los Angeles Friday morning at 11:00: from 3.0 (B) or higher in most divisions or bevre lfe>ndv ,*>. 30th day ......_ to suow Cause. way uie W4-0trrs 10,01 ill. sate of thr 1u5t
of April. LYcel"': %*. MJMMM al Lila ...wu not toe grauted by serving awyy / of tau notice. Jutcu Olson
for the four and the
past years, was Piney Grove Baptist Church 3.25 in the College of Arts
Smhfc. earthle W .. be
Fay> ks rovtutr** w er TERMITESSWARMING eol your wr..u gel_ U buy.uywl wr oeuuuid must m writing sue
.4 employed as an airline stewardesswith north of Samson Ala., with the and Sciences and School of Engineering Suit *SM| -.. VJN O B!. Or...>.- Olyue U. Weils, 01 'AnuinpsonQd 416 tows state the place 01 reiuueiu.aua ..
Western Air-Lines of Los Rev. Aubrey Brannon officiating. Science and 3.30 in the we1L ':: Pairs a1Wr.ey, hweeadrese ,....... Atwroeye for a'91LLwuer. YOetuhw9 postoitice adaress ot the ciaiiuui. -
K O. eV 8180 Ovueva. ? .. .
Hun 51'. aie.'UU1&4 bprulgo. Jo'.or- uu must oe sworn va by tne
Angeles. Burial followed In the church School of Nursinff.! .--. aa.. .-... "s1* ... ('5I4" Of ...... oy I&&U& the vr"AD," thereof >....iiriaii. out agent, wr nia atturney.wr .

Survivors include her mother cemetery. Clary Funeral Home Walton county students listedare .w CIMMVtee till 5. *watt weme v.t. CWMyfefcUA, .*.<_riledssala.5 Maaawa ' with u1.1'''' .f be asm eu"1'tK1 uuurt o5nerw4N1 will oecuuie void MAOwruuig vw
a aecieewtinae 0151 5g&nna5
and stepfather Mr. and Mrs. was in charge" of arrangements. : Virginia: Carol Jones George bee. 110.9.0 pea7wa. tee. a atv- tug/ gtantug caw 5ooption 1..1 day. of March 1WO4.

Jerome Barley of Orlando; three Ralph Miller Robert C. Rivard. [! O my. mina ana Uu seal ot uieriue wuey. ..seller
.... .
This W Is yitMwa-e. i at'I saul Uwurt si Uecuuuut Sprigs;. Walton uvuuuut ot tile. i. wk will an4
brothers. Clawson Peacock ofRatnetted Mr John D. Potter and chil Judith A. Rlvard, Mary Shannon wee* .i. Bow evsarrtsNh. weeasta County, ftiorma. Uiis uie ..1 aay .Ae Muu..ut 01 _w>k4.. Wuey.
Germany Dawson Pea- dren spent the weekend with her Ryland Vivian King Thayer. ,.. C. a wiMiMli w1.e :# ox Marc:,. A. 1>. Awe4.Jfc. ......... ..--.
.ftei tIi esJ..A walnvxa( TVMMlyClvnt hwwtes.54 ; :. LUI.U ANDREWS' >lrst puwuvauuu uu Itf day of
Tex. and Mr. and Mrs. Rex .
cockc of Ft. Worth parents Askin L.iern ot Circuit, Court 519500. iwn.rmi .
Ledon Peacock of Orlando; two in Barnesvllle Ga. Mrs. Bill Rivard spent a week I tar lead aaa eftWll l earl Walton County, klorioaBy .ii .... LV. April 9
We U ed
asters Mrs. Dorothy Blocker of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lumpkinmet with her parents near Birminghamlast i d.y lOaSSbut" art+atXvrr' : Its Aosineun, Uooil..t11.1'''
Crestview and Mrs. Doris Vala- Mrs. Lumpkln's sister in Atlanta week. I waiSu1AIaoila/ <* h'aV\M5. ThwktS4szL 'V.''*r.. .. asar.J6Apr112,9,16: ; 43Laa..bvVYaa.VVV.\. &1,951VYYIHu. bVVra VIwHYaV. .

dao.of Red Wood City. Calif.; two I to bring her here for a visit. Mrs. W. I. Stinson, Jr.. and I ." J5 4NllirawN 5.5. \:. '"'......,,_& ...... 9.9

half-brothers Ricky Barley and Mrs. Lumpkin had not seen her. Sara and Bob, spent last Thursdayn q-ar1'alerl, ) tg.t.1At I /.r tM ask. N your hrn 1l'Tu.ll/ LlnthaX Cuunaa I .U".A'.LunWA UA"WA&&Uft J. O. darretk. flaiuuit

Steve Barley both of Orlando; I I sister In 32 years. Pensacola on business.: .454. LMAn.s,5 k V. aaea van .
---------- ....---- - ..--- Thomas v. b..n,9guu sera (.Mew M. 6.1 persons ciaunuig; any estate. ......It.
bruggw4: huauaua. uia wu. hue; ur auwrw5. 3n or ,era ,.yuu. wepiopersy
ftaiotiinS ........ eewrrtwu. u. sty 151.

<' tf; rtt{ : 'fp1 t m't! : .r \t, 1 [!I II /AU true i persons, or uit.claiming r tt 10. or any 1111 catat upon., right tu.ropeny lfa'A'I'K OF J-iA DeienaautaItUk iuuUA, AO:

a..r.m avucriood.. or any part .-u* pvivuue iitiiiuiig auy _....... right,
G thereof ...W.. ut uit...1_t iu,. or ueuuon..
Defendants tne real property. nwieiu oiuciiovu, wr
THE STATE OF FLOauu '.iU: sty. pai"C vueieu.ureeuugs .
Ail persuus Claiming any. estate, right :
Iskbuf = Jt Uue, ur interest. .... or lien upon, meeat auu 149 hereby notified that a 1'1'0-
property. ...r._ uescrioea. or any teeuwg to quiet tiuej UIMI woo Drougntui
pars' uiereoiSuu uiv oircuis uourt lur waikun ciwuuty -
uauta3u\ud: jrioriaa against ail persona claiming
are aereby notified that a proceeding any. estate, ngnt title, or
I to quiet title naa been brought or Hen upon, u>. louowuig described
in the Circuit Court 01 Walton County real property situate in Wai.ton County
EDh1IflAi ;'lor Mia against all persons claim***a* ).wrwa. _WI':
ET auy' estate, right title, or interest in. 'luu ttoutn half of the Southwest
\'WA\ \ \ \ or lieu upon, tae louowing described Wuarter (1154 of UW,*> 01 Section
real propel situate in Walton Oounr :ott luwusnip.4 North. Mange 19ante
r', 10"......, Iixjw
M Wan *4 01 Section 36 Town- you are hereby required to' file
amp .A ........... hangs .40 Waft aocoruuig with ills Ulerit ot sea Uourt (personally -
P to the map of Santa Rees or by. attorney) on or beiore
. rnuuiun.nuJnqsysaPORCELAIN flantatioa Company on I... m the April 27, 1VW4 your written d.le.....,
oiitce ol the there ot the Circuit it any. to the complaint, and to Ille
Court of Walton County Florida copies of same on W. F. Oreen DeFuniak
now on file in Flat Hook a at Springs. Florida, attorney for
fage 4 the plain till, as prescribed by. law
and you are hereby; required to file therein setting up the estate, right
with tne Cleric of said Court (personally title, or Interest in, or lien upon the
. .-'- or by attorney) on or before above described property claimed by.
April n. 1M4 your written defenses. U judgment will
any. to the complaint and to file copies C"en':::: against you by delault.WITNK8S .
-t same on W. f. Oreen. DeFuniakiprings : : my hand and the seal of
Clorlda" attorney for tneiaintiifs said court at DeFuniak Springs;. Florida -
REFRIGERAmRSIf > as prescribed by law therein this March 34. A. D. 19S4.
setting up the estate, right, title, or Seal! ) the Circuit :
Interest in. or lien upon, the above Clerk of : Court of
described property claimed by you. Walton Count Florida
Herein Sail not or judgment; will beentered Raael Deputy Clerk
against you by default. at: 3. ..... a. ..' Lowell
WITNESS band the seal of
said court .:'b akaDp .
J Flop Sums. OK" fei.fe.nioM. '
da this March 34. A. D. 10O4 .
The board ot County commissioners

{m'' ;J.'r v:4: : :: : v.":, _," t: :i i i J ,,,, :::-: "',' .. '::.'. 't :c > (,heal.) Clerk of the Circuit LEO ANDRKWS Court of of wares Walton that County it Lisa .aeteruuiieu........CI.. nuieoy LOSS o.e-apetition

Walton County Florida .
nas been duty siguea anca.uom.n"d
Hazel Howell Deputy clerk .
4tt 3. 28-4, 2, 9. Id oy the requisite uumoeritL
registerea: electors. who are ireenolaere -

Thriftiest Porcelain Enamel FRIGIDAIREPORCELAIN' I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT residing UD.4 within tne, territoryoeeorioed '

i IN AND FOR FLORIDA WALTON COUNTY the creation ot a petition!Mosquito requesting Control;.

District" therein and tA... the creation
ot sued a district is feasible ana practice -

Frost-Proof By FRIGIDAIRE All KRIE.O.creditors NOTICE Deceased of TO the CREDITORS estate of Frank Die to and eradicate otner artnropoos or control in mosquitoes said.

resley Krleg. deceased are hereby no- Commissioners territory and that the maid of county
01 Watson tlorlaa
County -
i tiled and required to file any c:1a1mIIor :
ENAMEL demands which they. at its regular meeting on hue loth
may navegainst
- said estate. in the office othe day of March lvt>4 fixed Way. 2l1to. iwo
as the ease lor said election and aeter-
County Judge of Walton County
Florida" in the Courthouse mined that the name ot the District"
jives mortwhtjn at DeFunlak .
Frigidalre advanced Frost-Proof you
Springs.. Florida, within six calendar snail be the South Walton County'
I months from, the date of first Mosquito' Control District mould the
system means no frost, no you bu# $lp publication of this notice. Each claimor electors .determine to create such a

}' c ) i' L. TiNJV defrosting ever, even In freezer! i t must demand state the must place be of in residence writing and and be district as follows.and that Its boundaries would .

1 he post office address of the claimant The territory to be Included In th* .
4 ? ;'" '-- --- Rust-resUtant Porcelain Enamel and must be sworn to by the proposed district shall be bounded on P
claimant, his agent or his attorney, tne South by the Uulf of Mexico The
or It; will become void according to Last Boundary of the district shall be
exterior finish.
> J 5 law that portion of the Walton-Bay County -
I ELDON LEROY KRIEO. Executor line from the Quit of Mexico to A
1 .4.1' ins Cnoctawhatchee River This line
of the Estate of Frank
100-lb. zero zone freezer.
top ? Wesley Krleg. deceased. shall then be projected northward
x I Extra First publication on the 19 day ot along the line dividing Range 17 West
fast cube
freezing. y March, 1964, and Range 18 West to the northeast
* n: 3:10.20, 429.: I corner ol Section 12 Range 18 West
T : -0 5r- .. Twin Porcelain Enamel *6tr\V Township 2 South. This snail be the
. vegetable ," IN THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS northeast corner of the district
COMMISSION WASHINGTON! D. C. The northern boundary shall beginAt
Hydrators hold nearly I H bushel.. ; WON'T STAIN! File No. BAL.-49J2 the northeast corner and exteidwesterly
Base Station KIY-47Z along with section line formoig -
) Even bleach or iodine Remote pickup mobile stations the south boundary of Sections: 1.
xk. Roomy storage door has the exactly >.can't harm Porcelain. 'E-7028, KE-7H29 KE-7930 and KE-7 31Luverue 3. 3, 4, 8. and. A, Range 18 West Township -
; Foster Jr., Receiver has 2 South until said. line Intel-snots
;:a I perfect place for everything from n: applied to the Federal Communications. the hlghwater mark. at the eastern
S' tip of Jolly B.,. At this
lommlsslon for approval of the transfer point the
i eggs to bottles tall and small. of the license, of Radio Station northern boundary shall follow the
WD8P. DeFMnlak Springs Florida, 128O high tide water mark contour around
K. C.. 5 K. W. (Daytime only.) to Choctawhatchee Bay. and Its tributaries
r Economical, dependable Meter-Miser , luchee Valley Broadcasting Company, until reaching the Walton Okaloosa
A Florida corporation of which Mrs County Line. .
7 Is sealed In steel, doesn't need oiling. W. D. Douglass, DeFuniak Springs Th. west boundary of the district .
Florida, Is the principal stockholderand shall be that portion of the Walton-
President Okaloosa County line extending from
I i vt i n Said application for consent to transer the high; tide water mark on the north
x1 the aforesaid license was filed by shore of Choctawhatchee to the Oulf
$399 .uverne. Poster Jr.. Receiver and of Mexico.
< Euchee.Valley Broadcasting Company All registered voters who are fre.-
PRgOFI on October 2s. 1063 and amended on holders and reside within the above
t ; March. 2O. 1064. described territory are eligible to vote
L 1 6 ALL PORCELAIN Models to Choose From Greaee IWKJ trim cm ytf Any person having any objectionsto for or against the creation of said Mtoe-
said transfer quito Control District and to elect
should forthwith file the
Model PFPDS-14T-2 As low As $2.66 Per W>.V After Small iwmftrat* tW 1* same with the Federal Communications District Board of Commissioners.
13.81 cu.ft. fse o paelpu>< finish. Commission, Washington D CLuverae This by order of the Board of County
Down Payment.) ,,, . Foster, Jr, Receiver Commissioners of Walton County. Flor
Euchee Valley Broadcasting Company ida, In regular session .on the 10th, day
By Marie F. Douglass, President oS March 1964Board .
S-a-4. 4-5-4 A 4-0-4 : of County CommissionersSeal
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FRIGIDAIRE OFFERS OVER 400 Clerk B Leo To Andrew.The Board.

By Forrest A. McDonald: Deputy Clerk
as 4t: 4.2,9,10.33:

I Appliances i in White or Decorator Colors ; ..

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As a rule, colds tend to stifle

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their discomfort. As for the
no-food attitude toward
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cutting chore look at it this way-a feverish

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chain the XL-12 packs professional than the normal amount of

A DS* CLEARANCE SALE PRICES WONT FADE! Frigldaf, forme nee pow.r and per calories and a curtailed food
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Gulf Power LAWN MOWER the service you desire at Ser-
Company MMrcele4l-the finish that SERVICE vice Drug Company. Try us.

#' ......,*9n out=en be Repairs on all makes of lawnmowers
This week's Household hint:

Light sleepers can soften the

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Mr. Henry Crawford, age 85,
!retired merchant of Ponce de Saves Me A Lot of
Leon,passed Saturday
away morning -
April 4, 1964 in the Bonifay
Grand" Nursing Home. Money, Too!
Opening Survivors Include: his widow
Mrs. Christian Crawford of Poncede Why not save some of
Leon; one daughter, Mrs Cleo your hard-earned dollars
Coomes of Cretna, La., one bro-
ther, Ed V Crawford of Poncede with a policy on your
Leon. home that covers fire,
Funeral services were conducted theft liability win d-
at 3:00 o'clock Monday afternoon storm and many other
SATURDAY APRIL 11 from the Euchcee Volley risks. Not the slightest\
Presbyterian church. Reverend obligation in giving us a
John Ash officiating. Burial followed .
in the church cemetery.
Masonic rites were conducted at Harris Insurance
BAKER graveside by the Ponce de Leon
CASWELL MOTOR co. Lodge No. 157. I AgencyTW
Peel arrangements.Funeral Homo In chargeof 6-2451

>/4 MILE WEST ON U. S. 90 I DeFunlak Springs Flo.y .
Rev. and Mrs. W. O. WlUham
flew to Kentucky Friday for the
Everyone Invited SEE AND TEST DRIVE funeral of Bro. WUlham's,,mother.

to see their t tti
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Owner: Sales RepresentativesHarry W.f5'

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News Of Walton son of James A. Cook, DeFtuUak" ttee-'ab'the'PJna-'firtmr at the Army Armor ; ; -
Springs, and other members of I the Atlantic side of range on .Knox Ky., March\ 21. Springs, he is a 1058 graduate-of States"Ai2"FfDkce.Sergeant The sergeant is a gradu 'te.ot. .
. Men In ServiceArmy Battery B of the 317th Artillery's Canal Zone March 13.the Panama I During the .cr-Ft'l: Samson High School. Brooks Is assigned to Hutchinson High School. Hhr wife,'
I 4th Missile Battalion artlcipatcd In (taught to drive the the 6549U1 Field Maintenance. Anges is the daughter of Mrs.
Pvt. James E. Cook 19, an annual unit missile firing prac. During the practice Cook's bat- its gun. Staff Sergeant Kenneth Dr Squadron here as an aircraft Instrument Essie L. Gillis of 306 N. Sixth St.,
I tery fired at drone aircraft sur He completed basic training at Crooks: ,son of Mrs.Thelma Brooks technician. This enlistment DeFuniak Springs.
.face marine targets. ,Fort Gordon Ga. of 224 W. First Hutchinson, Kan.: will complete: the 20year Sergeant Brooks' father is
lie is regularly stationed at Fort The eon of Mr\ and Mrs. JamesF. has re-enlisted for another tour-j service necessary for his retire- Harry I. Brooks of 4001 N. W.25th'
Clayton. Canal Zone as a mech- Mims Route 3, DeFuniak year tour of service in the ment. Oklahoma City.
anic's helper in'his unit. I

The former Vernon
High school ------
student entered the Army in Octo- .
xI .
ber 1963 and completed basic

I training at Fort Jackson, S. C., CHEVY H Chevrolet
before arriving in Panama last

Vernell Gauthier, boatswain's How to getaway from it all including the high cost of travel !

mate first class, USN, son of Mrs.
Sarah Gauthier of Route 1, Free- A Chovy II Station Wagon is the way to get the nit spare tank. And now that it's Trade 'N Travel

port, is participating aboard the whole family there and back on a small vacation Time at your Chevrolet dealer's,you'll never find
/ re+d oy K.IIyw Gor.mor treys in attack a cordinated cargo ship U.USS S-National'' budget. You get 76 cu. ft. of cargo space for.less a better time to buy a Chevy.II. There's a wide

Chinese amphibious exercise call than you'd pay for most sedans.You get money- IRADETTRAYEI. range of engines and transmissions to choose

-1 r----- ed "Operation Backpack" being caving; easy-care features, too. And you'll go so, iiME' from. And whatever you pick, you can be sure
I conducted off the coast of Taiwan. far between gas stops you'll think we built In a you'll always get a good run for your money.
Backpack is an exercise to test .._---,
the amphibious capabilities and Chevy IT Nova l-Door Station Wagon.
," :BEST FRIEND A GIRL CAN HAVE! ) readiness of the forces of the
Seventh Fleet and the Nationalist
Chinse Navy. The exercise, with

wer 40,000 mn and 140 units r r I IMI it ...
participating, will culminate into i.5 I } ''I
amphibious assault on beachesof '
l southern Taiwan and will demonstrate 4 I I i I 1
the effectiveness of the ''I'II
United States Sevent hFleet to
'" rapidly move a significant combat
force to a troubled area in orderto
assist an ally.

: S James G. Melvin aviation elec- 11 I
riclan's mate third class USN
on of Mr. and Mrs. James S.
"elvin. of' Rout- 1, Freeport, is
Irving aboard the attack aircraft i
carrier: USS Franklin D. Rooseveltin
t Laming operations off the
/! coast rf Florida.
The T la:-tort, Fla., based carrier
recently ict"">...'"d from, five weeks

You can't beat the reassurance In times of, refresher training: ** the aval Station ,- r'
Guantanamo Bay. ruh-:' >, P- -
r a ly
emergency the greater confidence, sense of fresher training Is conducted per y"I I

1 security and Independence at all times thata combat odically readiness to j help of maintain ships. the : i. i( j ji

savings reserve of ready cash can give youl Roosevelt'' will depart in late

April for duty with the Sixth
Fleet in the Mediterranean.

Joseph Q. Bird seaman. : -
of Mrs Gladys Bird of East! .
'Main\ street, DeFniak Springs, ) -
"rrvinif aboard the guided missile y.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ...-nJser USS Canberra. operating
...t,t of San Dle o. Calif.
Canberra recently assisted!! in
he trnnsnortinR of a Greek sen-
'' "vtlerai! Deposit Insurance Corporation nan w'th an armM-idloitis attack:

from a Greek merchant vessel to

-.. .. hospital facilities in San Dlplm.< T v -
Canberra's doctor boarded the
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removing the seaman. ---------------- --------- .
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then steamed to within four milesof
the entrance of the San Diego

hip seaman channel was where removed the by stricken the ftii?
Get a FL:;... Coast Guard Cutter Cape Hatteras
and transported to a waiting ambulance -

on ffheSAl'H&ZS Canberra and then to the returned sea 7th Str cl: Nelson Avenue DeFumak Springs, Florida TW 62571SWIR .

sea to continue operations.
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Delbert V. Lawson. seaman, -
USN, son of Mr. and Mis lohn
V. Lawson of DeFuniak Springs
Is serving aboard the amphibious
4sad USS Taconic, .,. .
Start'CeuectfBf'l command ship ) (. sens Rusted Its
operating out of Norfolk, Va.
Taconic is the flagship of a sea CDBCD. \ can opener LIQUIDWRENCH
: assault force composed of combat COUNTER
ready Marines aboard transports, 'I
landing ships and assault ships. 8TOOUa "' 1' G : The'
Sea assaults are planned and Faahionabla I :
hourclan design trotlno rust sol A
coordinated from the Taconic.
a Sturdy ctaocnfnun . vent thot qukk-
The oceans or the world providethe
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Even if you can't save ranch a* highways for the projectionof Revolving* ; Ifs I doubU.gaar.J toO've frozen by rust, _
many forms of seapower from eat you easy corrosion, scale, I: -.&&"WONc
I a time, your "batting average* mobile bases that are In a constant a C ;: u cutting.and s paint, varnish,
upholstered [ or hand
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wife Glenda, lives on Route 2,
'.' It'a up to you: "You're Up" every payday! Florala, Ala., completed eight 1.95
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LEGAL NOTICE Clayton o.o..hapn -- --
f'rl't'lnrtS&ella Mr. Donald P. Simmons Clerk
C. W. Adam.-c1erk Mrs. Hazel Sharon .I Tuesday-Family Day- We will Miss Hazel Campbell spent the
MAI PRIMARIES W'llllo Pay Mr. H c imringer n F do something for the family weekend in Chipley
Pursuant to Chapter 102 of Florida Mrs. Ron Dell Mr. A. H. Me-Cook
'Statutes, the following I. a list of >Mary> Ellen Hall Kelley Precinct' 11- ,.&... OeFunlak Wednesday-Community Day-
persons selected by the Board of Precinct 1-Arcyle' Courthouse) rr< The chapter: members will carry a
County Commissioners, Walton Coun Mrs E. N. BI.hoP-C1..rk Hugh Adams-Clerk FAIR PLAY"Kyne
ty. Florida, to servo as election In- Mrs Ira Bell Scott Paul Trelln project that involvesour
eprctors and clerks In the Primaries Mrs. Beula Bishop Mrs Alma Kirkland community.
to b. held on May at... 1904 and !May M... Klara Hammerschmldt Mrs A B. Covell Thursday-School .
t&th, 1M4, In the preclnclts Indicated .reclnct -Stetle Church Homer Godwin Day-An assembly -
) Jerry Edwards-Clerk J. B. Gnu program will be presentedby
Precinct Pleasant V.II.yJames T. R. Mpenoa D. J. Stokes the NHAers at
10-15: in the
Mrs n C. Blue
J McDonald-Clerk Bonnie D Foreman
Harry Wetmorts Mrs M E. Oalney Precinct. is-Point Washington I/R school cafetorium At this time a
Mrs Klmmie Lee Hatcher 1 Precinct <-Oaokln Mrs. Edith Burllson-Clerk .. report of the state convention will
J. Mrs Curs
Dudley Casstdy B Holt--Clerk Belle Cuchens
Precinct tEucheeannaMargaret J. A. Wilkerson Mrs. Manna Kilbourne be given The public is invited to
Llndsey-ClerkMrs L. E. Oalney Mrs Muriel Evans attend. All girls will wear the t
L. Armstrong Richard Laird Precinct Mossyhead
Mrs Bonnie McLean Precinct 10-Portland J. J. O rlner-Clerk colors und the flower of the or- '
Lula Bell Campbell Mrs Clara M Oodwln-Clerk Florence Richardson ganization.
Precinct Olendale. Mrs Jean L. Rollins Mrs Ida Louise Harbuck
Buford Rach.J-c1erk Mrs. Ineu Brown Mrs Doralme Stewart Friday-Personal Developmentand
Rufus Sunday Mr. Kathe Godwin Precinct UE""mHoward w Evaluation Day-Each girl
Howard Precinct' 11-Freeport A. Jones-Clerk
Adklnson 3
Hay Ealum Olin J. Oarrett--Clerk J. F Coon will do something to improve herself r
Piftnct *-arlington Mrs. T. O. Johnson Coy Bell The chapter members will
J. B. ZornClerkJ. Mrs Faye Miller W. M
le-Santa; evaluate the activities carried
W. McCormick Mrs. Eunice Hall Preerlnrt I Rosa on
W. O. Conner Mrs Mary Ella Farrington Tobias J. P..nn.r-Clerk during NHA Week.
Preston"reeln"t Precinct I2-R..d Ray Mrs Corene J. Bishop
Saturday Food
lI--P&JIton Johnnie' Ma* McDonald-Clerk Mrs Yvonne A. Honey Preparation
Raleigh ThornssClerk Eunice Once Mrs Jennie Becker DaY-Eachc girl will prepare food
W. K. McIntosh Clarence Vaughan Precinct I_Sandy Creek: JOSEPH W. FERRIS for her family.
Murleen Oomllllon A. K. Anderson-Clerk outstanding
Robert Lee Weeks Preen "SAILOR OF THE MONTH"Joseph sense
let 13
-Bruce Mettle We
are hoping to have
a suc
of fair
-- Robert C. Anderson play Is one of the
Homer Anderson essful NHA Week It is our hope,
most attributes
Precinct Ps-West DeFunlak: W. Ferris E01, USN, also, that people will seek to ((1) important "
(Auditorium) sen of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie B. Fer- discover themselves his new office calls for.
Mr. E. D. Plnckard-Clerk ris of ,Rt. 2, DcFunlak Pvt. William A. Dingle Jr., their
Mrs Marjorie WiseMrs Springs worth to others, (2)) contribute to ORLANDO SENTINEL
.. Mary Alice Hicks was chosen "Sailor of the Month"for son of Mrs. Addle 13. Dingle, 305 the Joys and satisfaction of family
Joe DavisMrs
O L. Dorsey ,January 1964 by Capt. J. A. Woodward Ave., completed an living (3)) strengthen their edu-

a # M. M. Brazlle. Jr. Pariseau, Commanding Office of eight-week: radio relay and car- cation for future roles, and (4)) .

O.Mrs E. Virginia Bhehee. Moody USNAAS Chase Field Beeville.Texas. rier operation course at the Army Launch good citizenship through f

Precinct :*l-Caney Creek He has served over ten Southeastern Signal Schcool Fort I hommemaklng. We have confi-

Paul Pence Bung-clerlt McClellan ;years in Naval Constrction Bat- Gordon, Ga., April 3. Dingle en. dence that after this week all

tA ta Lewis. M. Deurell talions, operating and supervising tered the Army in November 1963 members will begin working toward -

Precinct C Wllmer Zt-Knox Wllkernon Hill operation of heavy tquiprrent. and completed basic combat "New Horizons".

Let's Rtvm 'Expcrfcnctcf Copoble Mrs LlMle Caasldy-Clerk Part of the letter which was training at Fort Jackson, S. C. e.
i Mrs Mae Bell Floyd read at the ceremonies by his com I The 20-year-old soldier is a 1061 Mr. and Mrs. Haynes L

S P E ....'R.D L Mrs Rupert Ola Ray M. Mltchem manding officer went as follows: graduate of Tivoli high school and Silent Friday in Mobile. Hugglns / Paid oMfjc.i Advertisement. .

Precinct 23-Welt End DeFonlak: I Ferris comes in close contact with ,attended Florida A & M University
HOLLA.D A.SpikesClerkMrs. M. Hutchinson both civilian and military person- in Tallahassee.

Lester Wright nel. His courtesy and coooeratlon

"TO THE UNITED STATES SENATE Harold Herbert Goodwin Cobb create a fine working relationshipfor Tivoli Observer N1IA Week

.* Comer Ward { both. Much of his off duty April 5-11. 196.1
want to sincere.
axprm my SPfSSAftD i. HOLLAND I Is
o Precinct aPI..nt Ridge
''fearer In not bslna able to Member .! the Senate Ape Mrs O T Chesser time is utilized for selfimprovement RE-ELECT

travel 'constantly during this ......rlallenI. Herman firmer and achievements. He has This is an exciting week for

campaign throughout, the entire Member) me Aeroneutlcal Mrs Mrs. Inee Bettrlee M. nalney Bowling completed) numerous study courses nearly all 14,000 NlIAcrs in 1,400
Stat. behalf of
in my can and Space Science Commit Precinct childrens Home including several not required or chapters in America The New CLAYTON

dldacy United for States re-slection Senator o*but your I .... Mrs Oracle Bell Dlxon Allen-ClerkCarey connected with his rate. He is an Homemakers of America at Tivoli ,DAVIS

feel at this critical period It ,7C JL. Member. of the Senate Agile Bonclle Lowery outstanding example to his sub. High School will celebrate Na-

'would not be wi e to leave mtttee.JL. culture. and .forestry. Com Precinct J. E. Ifuckaba Limestone ordinates of the advantages to be tional NHA Week April 3-11, 1964. For Constable Dist 4
Washington and have Florida gained by self-improvemment. ,
H. D. Davis-Clerk National NHA Week is tho one
not rapro..ntaclln'Congrl... Ai M.tnb.r.f .Joint Committeeen Jack Mauldin Ferris is
an outstanding snilor. I week is the one week set aside
your Senior Senator I might reduction nensMentlalFederal Lester Scott on May 5th
One who has served with Ferris
poInt out that the Influence expenditures.! Walon Alford year specifically for telling
Precinct n-CI..r Springs will remember it well, and appreciate others about New Homemakers of
and the power of an Individual Member the Senate De"'_ Fred MorRan-olerk
Senator It 'very largely determined ecrollc Steering Committee. Wilbur Fleming him. He is a credit to the America. The theme for this yearis Throughout my entire administration as Con-

by "the SENIORITY hehas Senator Holland has been C.Bobbie F. Stimmerlln H Nelson Department, Station and the Navy. "Family Relations Key To stable this office has never been a burden to any-

attaIned. actively responsible for the Precinct 28-Moores Unity". one. Neither has it cost any unnecessary taxes.
Spessard Holland It now serving channelling ef Hundreds ef Velma Lee Ward--Cleric Etna Johnson Our chapter has planned
his 18th year as a member Millions of Dollars. ef Fed William K Rowan Robert Paul many Every day I have served you soberly and impartially -
,of the United States Senate Marlon J. Byrd Iris A. Campbell activities which will help the individual .
oral Funds ef
I from Florida . and he Is 6th creating tens Mrs Hurtls Manning ,,Precinct[ S3-Choetaw as well as promote better
thousands .f which in
|sobs Precinct 29 Mlramar Beach Mrs Porter Morrison Clerl:
In the order of Seniority In the turn benefits the economy Mr Leonard- P. Hutc I"aon-t1erk Mrs Elaine P. Daniels homem living. We have chosen If elected on May 5th I promise you another

Democratic membership of the of every one In the entire Mrs. Loyce O. Bishop Mr.. Emily RItcnoreMnt activities for each day of the sober and impartial administration.
Baste Hall
Senate. Mrs Alice L. Davis
State ef Florida.REELECT Mrs Leonard P. Hutchinson This by order of the Board of Conn I week.
Precinct 3Flow..r. Quarters ty: Comrnl..lonere.Valton, County Sunday Religious Emphasis
Fisher Oates-Clerk Florida In regular session on the lOtn On May 5th I will greatly appreciate your vote.
SPESSARD L. Gladys. Milton day of March. A. D. 1M4 Day-The chapter and advisor,
Jessie Coston BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Mrs. Bernice Ucthca, will attend

reclnct Marvin 31LakewoodWilliam Moore WALTON. LEO COUNTY.ANDREWS FLORIDAE. church together on April 5, 1964. CLAYTON DAVIS

E Ward-Cleric: CLERK TO THIS BOARD Monday-Publicity Day We
Chester Dnvls (SEAL) will others about the
Gordon Henderson By Forrest A. McDonald
U. S. S E M A T O R D. P. Rhodes Forrest A. McDonald NHA-our motto, color, flower,
precinct 32 Uouslass Deputy Clerk
creed and
John. L. Btonom-Clerk __ 1tApr11: 2__ __._ __ song purposes. -- -- -- .---- -- -


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? $14,350.00 with down payment only .$450.00. Monthly
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prii7riIL .
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Engagement- ,AnnouncedMr. Announcement Sprint Tea Given By Magnolia Garden I 41 Lion: Wet 30 Township wt*ve tit 3,"!South.uru.. thence Xtange

Pilot Club Thursday Club Convenea ',tnoe oi AM feet to
. .. .nt, v.,..... Fait a distance
I SOCIAL L ACTIVITIES and Mrs. ,W.. A. Cuchens Mr. and Mrs. Gordon O. Tap- . ... .*.... ,. ... of beginning
Sr., Freeport announce the engagement pan request the honour of you'J I The Pilot Club of DeFuniak The Magnolia Garden Club ot .. ...*" .-r.m tcen- .
nuptial' entertained afternoon Pt. Washington will hold its!'! April k. U---... 4..-,. lance of .
at the Thursday
of their Mar- presence ceremony Springs -
daughter .M ..... ... .. ../....1.., ....-noe goi
.. jorie Marie, to Mitchell Lee Joining their daughter Mary March 26, with a tea at Meeting, tonight, April 9th, 7p.m. ..utn 4tMwv" ..- r .._... thence
: Hansley, son of Mrs. Ruby H. Cheryl and Mr. Michael L. Anderson , the Woman's Clu b.Honored guests in the home of Mrs. John stf..a ,cotta.._*. *.AUU. . .' \, , { on the second ol were the retired business Fonvllle, Seagrove Beach, with .
/ ; ; "f" : Hansley and the late Woodrow Saturday many / data "
3i:.... ., .. .D, ; 1.1"t: a
" v "I' Hansley, of Holly Ridge, N. C. May nineteen hundred and sixty- and professional women of our firs. Evans Holley. as cohostess.All lyuttf, ana. being :
four at in the, and other friends members are urged to attendas *lortUai r
Miss Cuchens is a graduate of five-thirty o'clock community of >eed at cost of purchaser. ..
afternoon Beach Presbyterian, the Pilot Club. Decorations annual election of Officers will Douglas M. Andrews "
high school.
r % 1 Springs and Mr. Hansley is a Church Panama City Beach. Fla. throughout the reception rooms be held. ,.... special; toasterIt j f

1 : graduate of New Hope high school Reception: Immediately follow- were colorful spring flowers, Eas- NOTICE\ OF SALE !
J ing in Church Parlor ter and candles in silver Mrs. Arnie Foss and children:
Goldsboro, N. C.. and is how with ceremony eggs can. NOTICE, at, ..t..h..d'u.. : .fEN. that
.r' the U. S. Air Force at Eglin Air No invitations are being sent out, delbra. Arnie, Ken and Carola, of Atlanta, puisuant to a lual Decree of Foreclosure
catered in cause numberedB14J.
but all relatives and friends are is here visiting her Mr.
; Force Base. The receiving line included Mrs. parents In the Circuit Court ol Walton
invited to attend. James Caswell, president, Mrs. R. Max Hinson. County, .'....14.. I will sell the property
w tiw, t The wedding is planned for situated w Walton County Florida.'
May I, 7:30: pjn., in the Damascus E. L. McCasklll honorary member Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tappan described as:
Free Will Church.No r. E. I.. Bowers and son. Tommy Mrs. W. D. Douglas, recently spent the past few weeks at Eau uommeuie at the Southwest corner
y.ty Baptist ol the I tMmthwest of
: muarter the
invitations are being Issued, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Grimes and selected Woman of the Year" Gallie Fla.. visiting with Mr. and Northwost Quarter (WV4 of NWU
but relatives and friends are cordially daughters from Pensacola. were for Walton county and Mrs. Phil Mrs. Gordon Tappan and family.N of SecUon .o. Township 1 South
% r Saturday visitors with Mr. Bower'sparents Kange 18 West and run thence Harris and Mrs. Thomas J. Rear
invited to attend. I West sin hall-section line for adistance
I I Mr and Mrs. J. Wilson don, charter members. Mrs. S. L. TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN AND of three hundred thirty
FOR I ((330) feet to an Iron thencerun
t Bowers. ) pipe;
'Sims, Jr., and James Carson WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
Betty Owen Stlnson North lor a dxtance of seven
I Dr. and Mrs. R. B. have FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; NO. S2S7
On Auburn Dean's List I Spires served as floor hostesses and invited hundred eighty (C7l1lJ'' Let to the
returned from Miami where they THOMAS H. POTTER and OLADIS I* F01NAO* bEOlNNINU Of 'thelands
r.. .. the guests to register at a POTTER: his wit. herein described From the
Mr- and Mrs. Tommy beautifully decorated table. Miss Plaintiffs.O1NCO point of beginning run thence
4 Lists of outstanding students VS_
Spence and family. f, due West for. distance of one hun
during/ the winter quarter at Aub- I Mrs. Hal Richardson is visiting Maude Saunders, also a charter I PLUMBING COMPANY dred ten (110)) feet, thence run
I member of the Pilot Club INCORPORATED a corporation North for distance of
s University have been announced presided a two hundred
urn I relatives in Washington D. C.: and at the tea table 1 1I and THE: UNITED STATES: OP ten (21O) feet: thence run
by the deans of the various and was AMERICA.
V Virginia. I' East for a distance of on. hundred
I schools. I assisted by Mrs. William H. Shultz Defendants ten ((110' feet; thence run South
Tongue lifts
and members of the Anchor for a distance of two hundred ten
. Included from DeFuniak Springs after a visit with her sister in Club Notice to hereby given that under ((210)) feet to the POINT OF :BEG -
PADGETT GOLDEN WEDDING in serving tea and by virtu of a Final Decree of
I those rating scholastically coffee punch, assorted foreclosure I NNINO: and being and containing -
among Cleveland Ohio. I heretofore enterd In the
sandwiches one-half (94)) acre; more or
_ ANNIVERSARYI within the upper five percent of I Miss Hazel Campbell spent the 'and cookies nuts Circuit Circuit of Court Florida of, the First Judicial less' There. Is also Included that
mints. Several hundred guests in and for Walton
same twenty (20)) foot
all students enrolled in their res- weekend in ,
Chipley sthe guestof County in ,
a 'called during the hours Chancery la a certain way over and across. and along .
party of
Mr.\ and Mrs. E. E. (Ras) Pad- four sons, Alcus, Wilmer, Prather I pective schools was Betty Owen Mr. and Mrs. Thr ron Nesbitt. 3:00: to 5:30: and enjoyed this cause R therein Potter pending and Oladys In which I* Potter Theme the East boundary of the land. ofOllle "
Ward and Lizele
gett of the Leonla community, and Guy Padgett and three daugh- Stlnson. School of Science and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Caldwell ofThomasville. lovely affair with the members of husband and wife, were) plaintiffs and the herein described Ward land.connecting -
Literature.The Ga., rent Sunday Clnco Plumbing Company, Incorporated tth UV 8. HIGHWAY No. 30. which
will celebrate
their golden wed4 ters, Mrs. Hazel Danley, Mrs. here with the club. Mrs. Douglas received a corporation, and the United .. described In Warrant Deed from .
1 ding anniversary Sunday, April Mazie Hendon and Mrs. Mavis Mrs. Cald'rail's grandmother i warm congratulations and was State. of America were defendant. I. the said Ollle Ward and LlBBte
19th, with an open house in their Blain. They have 21 grandchildrenand many friends of Mrs. Fennie Mrs. R. N. T irronce.! I 1 presented with an engraved silver as Special by Master the Court in Chancery d.creeswill appointed Ward to Mortgagors: herein as hereafter
of her ill- Mr. stipulated
home from 1 to 4 p.m. four great-grandchildren. The Allison regret to and Mrs. JamMcCall returned plate as a memento of the oc- 1 offer for ad..U at public outcry at publlo sale, to the highest and
Friends and relatives are In. daughters will be hostesses for the ness. She is confined in a local Friday from. it visit with casion. cash to the at the front door best of bidder the Court for best bidder for cash at the main
I their son-in-law entrance of the Walton Courthouse
vited. Mr. and hospita. : nd daughter, house of Walton County
Mr Padgett have open house. County In DeFuniak In DeFuniak Spring., Florida.
Miss Maude Saunders returned Mr. and Mrs. George Stedman nt Springs. Florida on the lath day of
during the legal hours of sale on the
Monday from a week visit with Sarasota. Mss| Me)>ridith Adklnson ]ire-. April. 1M4. during the legal noun of 20 day, of April 1064 .
Florala Dance Revue Chicken Dinner In turne dto Rome Ga, Saturday: after sale. the following described property Seal E. LEO ANDREWS
and Mrs. Erie
Mr. filbert of
her niece and family, Chtpley situate In Walton County Florida, to-
Set For. June 4 and :5; a visit here with b., Clerk Circuit Court
parents wit
Lakeyard SaturdayDon't
Mis Joe Agee, in Anthens, Ala. was a visitor here on Monday. Walton County Florida
Mr. rod Mrs. Leroy Still of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Vaughn attended Mr. and Mrs. Hurtis Adklnson. A portion of Government Lot e5 By Ira Adklnson. Deputy Clerk
Dorothy Rainer Sellars Studioof I Mr. and Mrs. Emmett situate In Section 30. Township 3 (Court Seal)
miss the chicken din- Taylor of :
big South Florida, are here visiting the concert of the Karls- South, Ranee 21 West, described a* MERCURY N. KAVOUKLIS
Dancing, Florala, Alabama, ann ner with all the trimmings in the their daughter nnd family, Mr. reed Chorale In Andalusia Friday Montgomery spent; the weekend I follows: Post Office Box 463Fernandlne
nounces that "Dance Fair" (Dance Lakeyard April 11, Saturday, and Mrs. Sonny Harbe'-vwi.! nhtht. here with his father, Mr. J. O. Bet-inning1 the Northeast at the Southwest one-quarter, cornerof of It-April: S. Beach Florida

Revue of 1064) will be presentedon between- the' hours of 11 Bjm. and Miss Mamie Storrs had r.* guestsin Mrs. Lucy S. Boles of Bagdad, (Taylor the Southeast on -quarter of Sec Attorney for plaintiff
Thursday and Friday evenings, 2pm. her home the past week Mr. was a business visitor here last lanta, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ellis
June 4 and 8, at the Florala. City Sponsored by the Knox Hill Boy and Mrs. Windsor Ferry of Ft. Friday.M. Mobile Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hinton -

I School Auditorium. Scout Troop No. 777. You may! Myers. The Ferry's were here ..D. May of Ft. Walton Beach, | Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. .
purchase tickets now from of last jE. G. Bishop and son Tuescaloosa,
The 1964 Revue will consist of any visiting relatives and friends in spent Thursday here. REPEATING . .
three these boys or buy them Saturday this vicinity. I i Mrs. Alma Kirkland had hersoninla. ,I Miss Judy Pugh, Tuscaloosa, ,
scenes: a fun-and frolic
al the dinner. Don't miss this dateor Mr. and Mrs. Winsor Ferry of Mr. J. Smith and Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Hinton and
circus scene, a baUd interlude anda "rvii
big dinner. Ft. Myers were guests of rel Mr. and Mrs.: Calhoun of I"I I daughter, Pensacola.' were guests
tap scene.
of Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
atives and friends here in DeFun stop over nieht with
Student performing in "Dance Mr. and Mrs. Dafson and Airs.>> ink Springs and vicinity last week. her enroute to New Orleans to I Hinton.
Fair" are from Florala, Opp, M. A. Warren returned Friday Mr. and Mrs. Max Hinson had represent Duval County at a ten I I Friends of the Randolph Clarys

Andaluila and Klnston, Alabama: from Eufuala, Ala., where they all their guests over the weekend state school board convention afe hapy to learn that son LoweU BURGERS AND DOGS 12c
DeFuniak Springs, Crestview and spent several days attending a Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Foss and children April 1, 2. 3. Mr. Smith! is School is well enough to be brought home

Laurel Hill, Florida. meeting of the Methodist Con- (formerly Jan Hinson). Board Comptroller for Duval from the hospital. Friday 5 P. M. 9 P. M:
Students from DeFuniak Springs( ference. Sheriff D. T. Braxton and son, County. I I
are: Sandra Wless, Gail Ruther- Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Copelandand Steve of Geneva, spent Sunday in I CARD 'OF THANKS
foicl Melissa Infinger, Andrea daughters, Cathy and Carol, DeFuniak. FOR SALE: BY OWNER: W/2! 'I We would like to take this op And other SpecialsK.ING

Clary, Valerie Clary Judy Potter attended the two-day band festival Miss Jackie Hodges of Athnta Sc. 34, Range 18, 320 ocies. Make portunity to express our thanks

Laurie Potter, Angela And- in Panama City over the weekend. Is visiting her parents, Mr. and offer. Write Sue Berry, Box 33: j 4 I|:for the many many acts of kind- S DRIVE-IN

rews and Theresa Casweil; from Miss Judy Rivard and Robert Mrs. Henry Hodges. Ponce de Leon Fla. 4:3.16.23di ness and sympathy shown during DINER

Crestview: Debbie Blue and Mary Rivard visited their mother, Mrs. Mrs. C. H. McGee, Sr., and Mrr. )i FOR SALE: LATE MODEL TV, ,",the illness and death of our hus- 't:
Charles Blue; from Laurel Hill; Ruth Rivard over the week end. El. R. Haden of Seagrove Bench, very good ccondltion. Reasonable. |Iband and father. We will always TASTEE FR.EEZGive I
They are both attending Florida 100 W. Bruce Ph. TW feel humble and grateful toward ,
Lanalda Davis and Laurie Davis. State University in Tallahassee. spent Monday in town on business. |, -.!2.91. Itpd ,'each I of

I L. S. Gill Family

H ydon BURNSVisits the Third District a voice in the Legislative branch of our I

J. V. LAWSON. OWNER State Government for:



Sat. Apr. 11] : FAIR PLAY

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t ; April 10, 1964 -w ( )SUn r . roe )
_...u.TtD Alan J" \ r )

I IT, 4hta, I. Leaves '
J r t +. Tallahassee 8:30 a.m. EST

i Arrives Saturday ,.
Double Feature r ; STATE SENATOR
t Havana 9:00:: a.m. EST

I: "s' \ Quincy 9::;40 a.m. EST EAREARI NS !
10,000 I
t r .. Chattahoochee 11:30 can EARED HISSTRENGTH I Walton, Holmes and

$ = f, Greensboro 1::::30 p.m. EST t Washington Counties '

,:''y' ; Bristol 2:10 p.m. EST

Blountstown 1 :::35 p.m. CST

< Marianna
: 3:00 p.m. CST '

f S Panama. City 7:00 pjn. CST att/ (Because the form of livelihood is important to every individual, regardless of the

iAND vocations).
I April 11, 1964 r
: TIIa gyEgg4AR/AN/ When elected, John A. McDonald
Leaves ao 'con
a' r'' .., Panama City 8:30: a.m. CST Pledges: JOHN A. .r

St Arrives Freeport 9:30 a.m. CST . to work in harmony with all elected officials McDONALD'

Valparaiso 10:15 a.m. CST 1'lus . to hold public meetings to discuss your proOPPOSES.:

,>u R NicevilleFt. MOBY'DICK posed legislation .

; Walton 11:20 ajru CST . to give a weekly report and voting record to
Crestview 1:45 pan. CST the local newspapers The increase of taxes for
,. .' Milton In ColorGregory homestead e the next four years (to
.' .x> ;; 3:00 p.m. CST . to support continuation of emp-
Navarre 3:50 p.m. CST PeckSun.Mon.Tues. tion economize without going to

Gulf Breeze 4:45'p.m. CST . to work for 4-lanIng of U. S Highway 90 the extreme of curtailing
Pensacola 5:30: p.m. CST . to conscientiously work for the development necessary services . but
Warrington 6:30 p.m. CST of industry in the Third District to plan for progress without

. to give equal representation to all three tax increases)

WALLOPS b counties
ft '1 A cordial invitation is extended OUT a . -. to wntk f n the rennjal of auto tag Increases An annual session of legislature -
; Evaaywn unfaFr laws
to the public to hear mN

a and meet Haydon Burns at you va
rreeport on any other of YETI sEOu SEND A GOOD MAN TO SENATE: An increase in the salariesof

high echelon officials
engagements. while low salaried employ-

JOHN J A MCDONALD ployees and the elderly get

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April 10, 1964 Channel 7 Panama City (WJHG) A MAN KNOWN FOR INTEGRITY The interference of Fed

l; ; .' 9:30: to 9:45 p.m. Candidate For Senate-Third District eral and State Government

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I Political Announcements I FOR COUNTY. JUDGE ,::: I
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''UUJCLI' to the wishes of the

,.. m the coming election, ]I, 1 \ tt
n b'. L.iudwonh:. wish to ana E f I'
\ UK ui>.clf: as a candidate for I ,,
iiulcnuent of Public Instruc-

.Walton county Florida. Iie y
u th,it my experience as a wa, ,. s
i-: 'n r, coach, former Superin- y f .
+ .-
.:1.'l1t, and Junior High Principal N%W : t.FOR.
he: Liven me a better understand- k
In'; :'' problems which face our

..chc ii system.I .
!have a 13.S. Degree from the e t
Umv:rsity of Alabama and aMa
: urs Degree from Florida State
Umvcrsity in Administration and

Sup :i'\')lion, on tho Secondary and ___n
Elc-in: ni,try level. I wish to serve FOR SHERIFF FOR SHERIFFI SHERIFFI FOR SHERIFFI
you '. th no allegiance to certain
.max I hereby; announce as a candidate -
schc but with allegiance to I hereby announce as a candidate hereby announce as a candI- hereby announce myself as a am running for the office of for re-election as County
each and every: school and all the for Sheriff in the Walton date for Sheriff of Walton county, candidate for election as Sheriffof Sheriff of Walton county, and not Judge of Walton county subjectto
- - children in tho" Walton county county Democratic primaries In subject to the May Democratic Walton county subject to the against the three other cundiUutc the action of the voters in the
FOR COUNTY8UPBRINTENDENT School System. I expect to fonfide May. I am a life-long resident of: primaries. I am 34 years of age, wishes to the voters in,tho Demo- 1 I have served you well as nerut Democratic primaries.
in and work with all the school the county and have always stood have made my home in Walton cratic primaries in May.I in the past, and want the opportunity If the voters of the county honorme
Off PUBLIC INSTRUCTION connected personel and other for what is right. I promise you county practically all my life. 3 I have received a great deal of to serve you again '1 h1l with re-election to this office,
citizens on all levels to have that If honor from friends year, there Is: something new iu
a you me with reelection am married and have four chil- encouragement my I will continue to serve the whole
I hereby.,announce my candidacy smooth operating school system. 3 I as your Sheriff I will dren, all in school. and former supporters as well as the Sheriff's race You have county to the best of my ability,
for re-election as Super- respectfull solicit your supportand continue to be for what is right I have seven years experienceIn from many who did not supportme seen ail ul us un the Job( -thrcu and feel that my experience as
IntApdent .of- Public Instructionof help in the coming electionto in enforcing the laws of the law enforcement and am a four years ago, and If honored of us as Sheriff, and one as Chic County Judge will enable me to
';.Walton, County subject to the enable me to become your county.I graduate of the FBI National with the office, I pledge to them, Deputy. 1 ask you to compare serve you better I will appreciateyour
Max Democratic primaries. Superintendent and work for a feel that my more than three Academy Washington, D. C., and and all the people of the county what you have seen-then select" consideration and vote. -
xEiving served one term as your Better and Unified Walton County years experience as your Sheriff: have attended several other FBI, clean, honest and reasonable lawentore'ment. your next :Sheriff.:>> As the father Joe Dan
suBarlntendeni,, I feel more than School System has enabled me to qualify myself Florida Sheriffs Bureau and State of eight children I feet 1 can bo I. Trotman.-. --
tremendous responsithend -John F. TCludworth. to serve you better. I have attended Fire College training courses. II I am grateful to tho people] for fair to the ;young people of this

bi sacred trust attached several FBI courses in various elected your Sheriff, I promise the many favors I have receivedand county. If elected, I will meet
bo.. Important position. FOR SCHOOL BOARD phases of law enforcement you four years of competent, impartial feel that I can point with with each community to discuss are kind enough to reeltme DISTRICT TWOI and also several courses taught and dependable law en- pride to the record made duringthe the need, for law enforcement,
to a second term as yoursuMgintendent ,!fcy the Florida Sheriffs Bureau. forcement. time I have served you as protection of its families and businesses

I will continue to W. C. (Will) Gandy, take this I have taken every opportunity I X solicit your vote and support your sheriff. I am a lifelong resident and the prevention of )' '
stJMP quality education for our opportunity to announce to you, I could to make myself a more and will appreciate any help you .. of Walton county, member crime in that community. 1 have 11'
bcwI and girls and adult citizensor1I'alton the people of Walton County that efficient: law officer and I feel] may give me. Sincerely, Joel T. of the First Presbyterian Church, never run fur any public eilicu L
County, and dedicate I t am a candidate for reelectionto this training and my experience Alford. Masonic Lodge 170, and the Odd other than Sheriff ,for 1 feel that
m qi anew to this noble task. will allow to is the office) for which I am
> the office; of, school board, District me serve you better.I Fellows Lodge. (IOOF). I
John E. Baldwin. Two, in the May 5th Demo-- will appreciate your vote and Hubert R. Adkinson I will appreciate your vote and qualified. 1 worked with the

.... .,- helD in the camnaiim. Sincerely, ______.._u_ . ........_ support In fh*_ primary elections l ( ., Motor Vehicle Commission for b
era c pr""arses",. m
FQJft COUNTY COMMISSIONER I HOWARD "Andy" ANDERSON.To ; Sincerely; years, served as a Florida High
want to thank each and every ,? :
DISTRICT THREE CURTIS n. MILLER. way Patrolman, and served you
one of for the I iI
you wonderful vote The Residents Of The w br as Sheriff in Walton county tor }
of confidence that bestowed
I wish to announce that I ama upon four you Third Senatorial District _. U ;years. When elected, I will be
mo If :
years ago. re-
candidate for re-election to the elected I will strive, as before, I hereby announce my candidacy obligated only to you, the votersof
ofgo* of County Commissioner, to and for the office of Senator Walton county.
give you your children the
from the Third Senatorial District AUBHEY MCDONALDFOR
District Three. I appreciate the type of representation that the -
many favors,done me during the people Walton of the State of Florida. I
years I have,tried to serve you to deserve.It have qualified as a candidate for
best of ability andI this office and will seek nomination 9 DISTRICT FIVE
the. very my has been a r
pleasure servingyou :
in the Democratic -
earnestly ask your consideration --
",in the. future. If you honorm three and your children for the May 1964. I earnestly solicit I wish to announce for re-elcc.
with another term to this past years. I am asking you your vote and support in my k > ion for member of the ItuuiU
office, X will continue to work to give me a second term in campaign. 5u.: lot Cour.ty Commissioners of Wui- Adofflous Wai-d. candidate for
tot the best interest of all our sucession; as a member of your I shall provide a program of 4 County from District t ivc House of Representatives from

county at all times. Sincerely, School L.oard service based on the following: ,sUbject to the wishes of the voletsot Walton county. I was born In
Hubert Bell I retired flora my trade in 1958 1. Shouppe Howell will intro- Walton County in the Muy' Darlington, 2-9-27 and attended
and I am not employed by any duce a bill to abolish the increaseIn primaries. Darlington school I entered mili-

indIvidual or company and I can car and truck tag prices tint I have been a life-long residentof tary service, served time over-
and will devote my full time and became effective this year. If new 4 Walton County and it eUctiu seas; after my military obligation -
r : effort if necessary to the fulfillment money is necessary then other to this post I promise my loyally I returned homo and did
I of tho duties of this office means should be found that will to the people of the county, asa various work I then completed
and tho school affairs. of ,this be shared by our tourists as wellas whole as much as to the puopiu high school and then entered: roj
cunty residents. of District hive. 1 shall alwuy State College, receiving a 1 b. fcDcuico .
My past performance is atratptmblly''ri = FOR TAX ASSESSOR have the best interest and well In liusiuoeu AUmiiusiiutloi
Howell work
Shouppe wll for -
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ctF"b' r.
: horl and is opn : -
an increase in aid to the older ; being of the peopJe-.t heart alia ?
for Inspection at any time.I citizens of Florida. I hereby announce as a' candidate will work guided by such principles I am at the present represent.ngon
am a war veteran, a member 3. Shouppe Howell will oppose for re-election/ as Tax As- I further pledge my loy l- insurance company which taxesmo
of American' Legion Post 61, a the interference of the Federal sessor of Walton CoUnty, subjectto FOR TAX ASSESSOR ty and cooperation with the ouici over Walton County and I
,mem:n.r. of the Methodist Church, Government in any area. the action of the voters in members of the board for the sea tho various need e>l the ell.ztiis .-
md a member of your present 4. Shouppe Howell will advocate the Democratic primaries.I Clarence Carpenter has qualified best interest of the people servo of Walton county.

Vaittm, county School Board. economy in State Government by have made every effort to I this week as a candidate in the in such capacity. 1 slncreiy solicit With my educational background -
Vot Gandy on May 5th. Thank I competitive bidding, living within serve the people of Walton Coun. May Democratic primaries for tax your vote and will hold such in I feel that.. 1 can represent:
you. prescribed budgets and by reorganization ty and the general public faithfully assessor of Walton County confidence and loyalty in doing I everyone with fair arid unbiased

of any phase of State I and honestly in the past, Born in 1012 on a farm ho was the job if re-elected. rapicsentutlon
government: that proves necessary. and pledge myself to give my best the fourth child amC'ng n familyof KYLEA LAIRD I am in favor of democracy
,, 5. Shouppe Howell will vote to effort to merit approval of .the eleven children. In 10:<4 he true democracy where the majority -
retain an adequate voice in the public if re-elected. married Era Galimoro and beganhis rule. I will never sut n.t
: : i : i1' legislature for the smaller rural I will greatly appreciate your family of two childrenHaroldand to it pressure group or a mmor.iy
'. ., :; counties. vote and support in the coming Griselda both graduates of I will stand for the majority.

I ., :;{<.<.. g $;".':. 0. Shouppe Howell will not voteto primaries. Sincerely, Hubert R. Walton High School. I havo always had a conservative -
<: ;:.< : do away with homestead exemption Adkinson. attitude toward the use of
. : : Ha is a property owner and tax- ,
...!Sin .'" since this would Injure the ayer of Walton County and there. public funds and I will stand for
FA COUNTY COMMISSIONER ",,;:.y .... older people and lower income FOR COUNTY 'COMMISSIONERDISTRICT lore, has acquired a knowledgeand all state or county construction
3 ONE to be awarded after
': ,. group. an interest in thq taxayersof ..-. competitivebids.
; -
hereby 1 announce myself as aesgtdate : 7. Shouppe Howell will work this county. Also he has served ... '...... .
for County Commissir ,. ,X. for the conservation of our natural I hereby announce as a candidate ....:: I see tho need for road Improvement -
three terms member of the
as a
District 3 Walton County .. : = .Ai': resources and th* development of to succeed mmyself as County Town Council of DeFuniak I r in Walton county, especially

in *e Democratic primaries to be 1.r his area's business, Industrial and Commissioner, Walton County, Springs, acquainting himself with our rural roads.
h I..1n. May 1964.announcing t recreational potential. district One, subject to the actionof the problems of the people as I will work toward better
my candidacy IeWatly 8. Shouppe Howell will work the voters in the Democratic whole. schools in Walton county, for the

solicit the vote and sup- < ,,ri: ";;;) l and vote for increased benefitsfor primaries. I will appreciate your a He he is sincerely grateful betterment of the future genera-
't: all citizens in the field of vote and says tion and the
pjfc support. Respectfully, for the friends he has made these rapid increase In.
C < J; education and especially in the MARVIN RIGDON population.
r \ >' .,.' ;>' act years, and if honored with
't ;" field of vocational teachnical education I will work
X am not a candiate for CountyCtIBlKndssioner toward compulsory
l, this office will strive to serve
because of the ,, for boys and girls of the legislation for the State
i i < to Depart-
:4 .. the people of Walton County
sqaitation of any croup of indI4uals rF. Third District not planing to attend DISTRICT 6 ment of Agriculture to requireall
l. f;::-G J the very best of his ability at all
clique but I college. I candidate meat nnd meat
nor: any 1- ,..:!.. f{ I hereby announce as a imes. products to
I want -- y. - 9. Shouppe Howell will consult meet the
..... candidate because for County Commissioner, Your vote and support will be same rigid inspection as
a..need the job. FOR SCHOOL BOARD with all elected or appointed district 5, subject to the actionof appreciated! Florida producers are required to
1i will specialize In working for DISTRICT FOURI boards concerning any decision tobe the voters of Walton countyIn CLARENCE CARPENTERFOR do.I
y.... Respectfully > reached at the State level and the Democraic primaries. I have FOR SCHOOL BOARD will expedite every feasible
Jack Donald Adair. hereby announce as a candidate will not attempt to dictate or made my home in Walton countyfor DISTRICT 4 effort to bring vocational and
for the Walton County Boardof force any decision upon them. He the past 43 years and have COUNTY COMMISSIONER technical schools to Walton coun-
FOR REPRESENTATIVE Public Instruction, subject to will abide by the decisions made three children in school here. 1 DISTRICT FIVEI I hereby announce ai a candi- ty, so that industrallst will be
the wishes of the Democratic by a conference with local people am familiar with the needs of the date for School Board Member more favorable in locating In Wal-

>I hereby announce myself acrggjidate ;voters in the county. o* the county concerned. whole county, and will serve the wish to take this means to<< District 4. ton county.I .
for the office of House I have lived in Walton conty 10. Shouppe Howell will serve whole county if you honor me announce as a candidate for elec First, I would like to take this will support our senior citizens -
oi Representatives subject to the for the past 21 years. I am mar- you honestly, faithfully and intelligently with the office. Master Mason, ion as County Commissioner, DistrIct opportunity, to thank the people especially the blind, dependent -
-nclthirT of the voters in the SpringaadLNovember ried and have two children, so that the Third Sena- Church member and Sunday Five, subject to the wishesof for the wonderful vote that I received and aged. If there should
. 3rd. General Elec- served in the U. S. Air Force in torial District will improve and School teacher. I will appreciate the voters on the Democratic four years ago. b<-* an Increase In pay for public
the Korean Conflict. If elected to prosper. your vote and support. Sincerely, primaries. I have served the people Second, I would like for votersto official I, state or county let It be
m elected. I promise to work this office I will serve the people I hope to contact each of you John Henry Cassidy.CONSTABLE of my District before and the know more about myself., I was increased let it be increased for
belli for the people of Walton of the county in a fair and In. person and I sincerely solicit whole county to the best of my born in Opp, Ala. Moved to Wal- the senior citizens accordingly
e srsty.I will work diligently honest way at all times. your vote, support and help in the, DI8T. 4 ability and feel this experience ton county, at the age of six, Master Lodge No. 223, member

*qMi the Governor of Florida, and I will appreciate your vote and democratic primaries during May will help me to do a better Job where I was raised on farm in YDO Club.-Adofflous Ward.
I hereby announce myself as a
afcV., _other interested people, to support in this race. 004. I If you favor me with your vote.I North Walton county. Serving
Constable District
candidate for
Howell will help to ,
J. C. Turner 10. Shouppe
into our county, so will greatly appreciate your four years in Infantry of U. S.
Into* Industry Improve the roads of the district. 4, subject to the wishes of the experience qualifies me to serveon
be gain- vote and support in the coming Army during World War II.
ttaA all our may FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER voters In the May 5th Democratic the school board and to help
fUgr emplolyed. DISTRICT THREEI FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER primary.I primaries.ALBERT I am a member of Oak Grove contribute to the planned growth
felA> Political Advertisement DISTRICT I IX I am a life long resident of B. GAVIN Baptist Church, married and have of the school system.I .

I,,,S. "Sam" Campbel hereby announce as a candidate hereby announce as a candi- Walton county. I am married and two children that attend West am not at this time or will beat
Rv 2, Box 154 CXtaVUntak for the office of County Commissioner date for the office of County Commissioner have two children. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DeFuniak Elementary School. I any timo tied to any party or
Springs. Florida District 3, subject to the District No. 1, Walton For the past six years I have DISTRICT 3 am active in P.T.A. which made it I person other than the voters of
County subject to the wishes of possible for me to see the needsof Walton county. If voters of Wal-
COUNTY JUDGE wishes of the voters in the Demo- been employed as a policeman by
FOR cratic primaries. the voters in the May Democra-: the City of DeFunlak Springs I am a candidate for County our schools, from a visit to I ton county will give me the honorto

Gatlin take this I will appreciate your vote and tL cPrimaries 1984. This gives me much knowledge of Commissioner from District No. most of our schools in the county.I serve them as their School
X, Jack R. to you I support. Respectfully, I am a life long resident of this the need for your Constable to 3 Brief history: Native of Walton am a tax payer cf Walton Board ember from District 4. X
opportunity to announce county that I I JAMES PADGETTFOR county and the son of the late be active under certain conditions:: County. Served In World War county. Owning and operating my will be grateful and will work
tIM people of Walton the office : G. M. Bishop of Argyle. I am mar- 1. To help to protect life and Two and was honorably dis own business In Walton county asa for better schools in which our
X am a candidate I'' CONSTABLE ried to the former Muriel Paul property. charged. Worked as an automo- Mechanical Contractor. So you children can attend.
oft n County Judge. In so write doing into, DISTRICT 4 and have three children.I 2. To cooperate with the other bile mechanic. Now own my own see I know the value of the tax GLENN A. PARKERVOLUME
s*.k the opportunity to the feel I am well qqualified to law enforcement agencies .f this business and have made a successof payer's dollar. I have long realized -
tare lives of all of the people and ,will I hereby announce as a candi- serve as Commissioner and If you, town and county. it. the importance of the school -
fact that I love them hone date for re-election to the officeof honor me by. electing me to this 3. And most of all not prey I know the value of a dollar, system to the future of our coun-
dispense justice Jf''ft.' "vol. winhonor Constable District 4. office, I will work hard for progress upon the public for the little fee and when you elect me your try and recognize that it Is the 70t
Y' among this Job In theMay I believe the 'number 'of yearsI In the County and will serve which has been used too much in County Commissioner, I'll see that biggest business In the county, demanding 9
me with primaries, 1 have served as your Constable the people in a fair and honest lots of places in this county. Waalton County get a dollar's a businessman to offer
5th Democratic and ability. I gives qualification to give the way. My past record as a policemanhere worth for every dollar expended.I sound management principles In ''I rO : .
ptedge my strength vote and people four more years of good I will greatly appreciate your qualified me to make you a want your vote. It will be to the spending of the school funds c.r
tteoerely solicit your help may service 'in this r office on..J4ay,5th vote and support. Constable that you can trust. your interest and Walton County and in the planning for future I
will appreciate: any win greatly ppre iat Sincerely, '_ Your vote will be appreciated. Interest. to vote forHayes budgetary needs. 'bf AeL rI. 4.j ,
IDL ACK B. GATLIN. CI-AYTON DAVIS. MARVIN BISHOP RALPH RUSHING Barton ,. I ,feel that my background and ,


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