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 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00028316
Volume ID: VID00224
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
oclc - 33857908
alephbibnum - 002059593
lccn - sn 95047382
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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WashingtonAnd Five new-school buses were ',.,11 .....ryVOLUME 0 G

ordered by the Walton county .
The Beaches
school board at Tuesday's meet t- ,
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ing.Creel .r _ '
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butler Ford Co., was low bidderon ,
spent Friday ....n-o ____ -- - o
night April 3 with
the five chassis at a price 1 of

her uncle Mr. Calvin Holley i in $12,877.55 and Bluebird Body Co. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA APRIL 16. 1961.... lOc Number 19
the Pensacola .. .. .
i
hospital and
was low bidder on the bodies i of
brought him home Saturday $11,056.05 for the five bodies. Horse Show EndedIn I Named To Important Post

morning. He is now recuperating Supt. John Baldwin says the .... .. '. '.. ... .""'....,-+J .,_ ., Will
nicely at his sister's Mrs. PeteAlbaugh's buses are all 66-passenger styles, Two-Way Tie .\, :. Fly Confederate Flag

In Panama City. have the latest safety devices and

Mrs. Euice Holley had as her conform to state standards for Final results of the Walton

guests for the Easter weekendher school buses. county Saddlette show last Sunday

sister Mrs. Summerford and He said delivery will be made gave a two-way tie for the Historic Monument

daughter Emmie and her friend, by August 15, in time for the high point trophy to Buddy Longof Over

Beth, Baldwin all of Lumpkin, 1064-65 school session. Bonifay and Pauline Elliott of-

Ga. I John F. Bludworth principal of Panama City. Each of these winners .

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Russ and the Paxton school, was granted received a beautiful gold -

sons of Enterprise Ala, and his a leave of absence by the board I and walnut trophy for a fine Old LaFrance Truck Livestock Market A tentative opening date of
sister Mrs. Corene performances. June 1 for the Juniper Lake public -
Skipper of to enable him. to campaign for
Panama City spent Sunday, the Democratic nomination for Others making a good run for Will Be RestoredFor Has Been ClosedH. fishing area was agreed on by

Aprl 5 at their Pt. Washington Superintendent of Schools. the high point trophy were: Fire Fighting: the County Commission at Tues-

cottage.Mr. His period of leave extends up 2nd, a new Walton county resident O. [Harrison County Agent day's meeting.

and Mrs. B. L. Grice of to the May 5 primary Clarence Davidson of BoldM report that the Walton County John Brown, of Panama City
Creel Ford Company was
Market hM closed. regional director of the Florida
Red Other business transacted at Sandea Livestock
Junior Miss
Bay were the Sunday guests: Ranch 3rd
awarded the contract of a new
of Game and Fresh Water Fish
of the Gene Infingers. Other the meeting of a purely routine Anderson of Panama City 4th, The committee composed
pickup truck for the municipal Burl Underwood Johnnie H. Commission, met with the board
guests was One's brotherinlawand nature, and the usual bills were Mrs. Jimmy Richardson Walton
ordered natural gas department by the Drake. Henry Nowllng. Charle and gave a progress report on
sister "Poppsy" and Temple paid. county Saddle Club and 5th,
City Council Monday night. O. Harrison work carried on at the site about
Hurst Cawthon and H. ,
and their two daughters of Kenneth Rich another Bonifay
Freeport.Mrs. Miss Angela Seymour To resident. Creel Ford submitted a low has worked hard In finding a four miles north of here.
bid of $1292.18 plus the trade- responsible operator for the He said the lunch tables, restrooms
Walter Ward of Seagrove Make European Tour Results of each event were as in of the old truck. and other improvementsshould

Beach accompanied by her daughter With Fla. State Circus follows: HUGH ADAMS market.
All bids were rejected for a be finished In a short
Mrs. Lollle Price spent Fillies Pau The stock did not come In.
Halter-Mares and : two-ton truck for the street department time and that as bass In the lake
last week In Houston Tex. There'll be two-week AE.. The expense of operating the
only a line Elliot-Panama City;
Hugh Adams of this place has and the council will will have spawned by the first
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Caldwell Donald market were too much when
vacation for 28 members of Florida Panama City
end Evinger ; been informed, ,by Cone1.' Bob re-advertise. Bids were rejectedon compared to the volume of the of June, that would probably be
daughter Carolyn of Thom- State University's Student Toole-DeFunlak George Robertson
; Sikes of his appointment to the motion of Councilman JohnF. a date acceptable to the Commis-
asvllle Ga., spent the weekend Circus after the end of the sec Marianna; Betty Huebner sal*.
made the
Important Advisory Committee to Bludworth, who condition sion.
of April 5 with her father "Pop" Until further notice the De
DeFuniak.
ond trimester next Saturday April
the National Rivers and Harbors that the truck "be sold on He said a definite opening date
Hobbs and Aunt Mamie Hatch. Halter- Stallion and Geldings. Funiak Livestock market will
18.The Congress, an organization "de- the lowest bid" a part of his will be set at the next Commission -
Mrs. Hartford Morgan and WillieE.
young trapeze artists Joyce Barkley-Dothan; be closed.
dicated to the science of water motion. meeting
Mrs. Carl Storrie of Blue Mountain James O. Hol-
clowns tumblers and 'Jugglers will Gay-Marianna;
use. control and conservation""In Mrs. Anna Beardon, director of The 650 acre lake has been
Beach were business visitors be back May 1 for two weeks) man-Panama City: Pauline El
on
Sikes stocked with bass bream and
this capacity" Cong. the District Welfare Board, and Wayne Wooten ReportsOn ,
DeFunlak Tues
In Springs Dayna Robosky
liot-Panama City
of practice before going on the ;
wrote him, "you will be invitedto Hugh Wheat, Welfare Board National Youth channel cats. He said bass and
day.Mr. biggest road tour of the student -Bonifay. serve as an official delegate to member from Walton county met catfish average about a pound
and Mrs. Roy Burlison and Plantation Ride Power Congress Meeting
in its
circus 15-year history.
Ala. represent the First District and with the council and asked that now, and the bream are of satis-
Teressa Butler Hallford-Hartford
granddaughter ;
On May 17 the troupe along Johnny of Florida at the Na- land for the site factory size.
the State donate
the city of Mr. and
and Mr. W. R. Hobbs spent Sandra Anderson-Panama City; Wayne Wooten son
with five members of the facultyand '
tional Rivers and Harbors Con- disrict office to be Ed Gentry, representing Pierce
and '" of a new Mrs. J. D. Wooten Jr. sophomore -
Tuesday in DeFunlak Springs staff will fly from Miami for Carolyn Smith Geneva; PeggSpenceDeFunlak ,
Wulbern of Birmingham
annual convenion scheduledto Murphey Corp. -
were the dinner guests of the Springs HenryD. gress located here. of Walton high school was
Barcelona, Spain. After several June at the out that the proposed a refinancingor
Bob Tarrances. Benton-Opp. be held 2-5 1964 They pointed present one of eight delegates from Flor-
performances at Barcelona the hotel in Washington, building is too small now courthouse bonds to the Com-
Mayflower ;
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrews and English Pleasure--Pauline Elliot ida to the National Youthpower
troupe will travel by train to Nice., the force is to be mission.
D. C. and that
as
returnedto Sandra Anderson held in Chicago April
have Congress
Mr. John Fonville. ( Panama City;
France and Florence Italy. Final increased in the future, larger lte painted out that; the present' '
their Seagrove Beach home Panama City; Judy An William H. Webb of Washington
overseas performances are scheduled 811.Wayne certificates wih $307,000
after spending a few days in derson-Panama City. D. C., executive vicepresident quarters are badly needed. is loaded with some revenue ,
for Athens, Greece. Council President Glenn Rowe still outstanding, bear 4 3-4 cent
the Board has written obtainedat
of facts
Montgomery. Ala. Jr. Western Pleasure Dayna: pretty impressive
The trip for the young performers interest and can be refinancedat
McDaniel ,
Councilmen Jay
named
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bradfordof Robosky Bonifay; Tommy Red- Mr. Adams expressing pleasure the National Youthpower Congress
Birmingham are spending a is being financed by dick-Marlanna; Sandra Ander at his appointment and telling hima Bennie Arnold and Clarence Car sponsored by the National 3.90 interest.He .
Columbia Broadcasting System ata to confer said total of $42.250 couldbe
committee a
penter as a
few weeks at their Point Wash- son-Panama City; Cindy Spear little of the 'congress. Food Conference Association.
cost of It is the refinancing
$45,000. sponsored officials about saved through
with the Welfare
the man-Enterprise Sarah Myers Rivers and liar Wayne spent four days in meet-
home and enjoying ; "The National
ington .' by the International Cultural Exchange v the sites the city has available.A educational sessions after all costs had been paid.
DeFunlak. Ings, and
"is
sunshine. bors Congress he wrote a
Florida ,
Corporation, a non-profit request from an Arizona The Board has already had a
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Harris Sr. Western Pleasure Joyce non-partisan organization dedi conducted by leading nutritionists
corporation: with"a home office in for a franchise for a refinancing proposal under consideration -
concern
and Mrs. Barkley-Dothan Pauline Elliot and educators, and food industry experts
Dr.
and their guests: Pittsburgh. ; cated to the conservation cable and told Gentry his
TV antenna ,
Randall and Dr. and Mrs.. Panama City; James Holman development of our water and community along with nearly 200 other
Fay be studied.
Their two weeks 90 would
on tabled for days, proposition
campus was
all of Birmingham, Panama City; Willie Earl Gay, for all beneficial system top teen-agers from throughoutthe
Powell land resource
Som May 1-15 will not only be t-> get following presentation of a petition County Attorney Paul Thompson -
at the Argo Marianna; Betty Huebner DeFuniak. is country.
week now
enjoyed last purposes. The Congress Instructed to write a
in shape for their acts but to with 19 signatures, asking found that maintenance was
home in Seagrove Beach. The bone up also on the countries entering upon its 62nd year, and that awarding of the franchise Wayne letter to the Gulf Coast Council,
nutritional standards i is
down' a day earlier Key Hole--Jim Spearman received the highest of good
Harris came its work has
they'll visit. Most of the students be held up for a year. the Boy Scouts of America, Informing
following
really quite by
than the others for an overnightvisit Enterprise; Clarence Davidson commendations of Presidents, easy
at
fences BoyScout
expressed a particular interest in The council gave the 90dayd..lay them. that some
rule breads and cereals, '
with .her paTentsMr. .and DeFuniak; Buddy Long-Bonifay; Cabinet Member, of Congress' simple : five miles
.,
--- them. ** <*.* to allow time to investigate '' the meat Camp Euchee,
'." Mrs. Steve Barrett.- Roger-Barnes -"ChaneeUorVAla.:? and other high' officials, as well as fruit and vegetables; fr"flome i
chut
had ,
thoroughly of here
Walton wast ,
county's performer In the roosal more .
and Kenneth Rich-Bonffay. and group; and the milkoUP.
Kinsey business
in the pro
Mrs. Ray leaders
and lociinvestors
Mr. City, spent the circus Is 21-year old Angela Walking Horse-Carolyn Smith world." The petition stated that Aside from Just nutrition Information property owners in that are from
of Panama fessional '
children interested in: > their .
Maria might be reaching property.The
Seymour of DeFuniak
also found the
and Geneva Hallfnrd-Hart- Wayne
Mr. ; Johnny Is going to Wash-
with her parents Mr. Adams
Sunday resolution
service. Board adopted a
Springs; who started her circus D'Aun providing the American food suply'is
their ford Trotman DeFunlak unsurpassed
bringing ; ;; to attend the national
Mrs. Ike Morgan ington the old? Florida Park Board
voted to put the
council
freshman with The requesting
for career as a nc ore- Jackie Smith-Geneva. in quality and quantity. FIfteen -
six; week old son Larry over meeting of the organization fire engine backin of their historical 1
Washington. vlous circus experience. A mathematics Junior Barrel-Lowell David- 1926 LaFrance years ago, for instance one to erect one
his first trip to Point condition to be pressed marker notices, pointing out the
useable
Cameron returned to major she terms the tripto son-DeFuniak; Mike Johns-Mar- Walton County hour of factory pay would purchase :
Mel the courthouse -
Mrs. Europe as "the most educational into service if needed. of 1.8 Conferate monument on
in Gulf Breeze Friday anna; Dayna Robosky-Bonifay; Chamber of Commerce' truck 1.9 pounds beef or -
home
her old fire lawn.
with her venure of my life.' She does Sarah Myers-DeFuniak; Roger Calendar The venerable dozen eggs. Today that some hourof
after a two weeks visit Community replaced by modern firefighting I The monument a marble shaft
bicycle trapeze and wire has been would 2.9 pounds of
Mr. and high. Barnes Chancellor. 23 labor pay
and daughter. April 16 April upward
son-in-law Sals- acts. Senior Barrel-Clarence Davidson equipment, but it was I beef or 4.5 dozen eggs. topped by a hand pointed
Mrs. R. O. Saltsman: Mrs. Accompanying the circus felt that the old truck could bea Wayne also learned that teen- was erected In memory of Walton
troupe DeFunlak "Little Jim
and Mrs. ; View PTA-7:00.:
daughter Joy April 18-Valley Civil War
and lost In the
man valuable help in an emergency. future county men
Saltsman accompanied her will be Dean of students R. R.glesby Spearman-Enterprise; Jim Spear- Paxton Ruritan-7:00. tigers thinking 'about the oldest Confederate
Evie ] Jack Haskin and coach should check on the fabulous op and Is the
Richardson
and man-Enterprise; Jimmy PTA 7.0O.
home and Mrs. Evie Saltsman: West DeF uniak : in the nation.
monument
with Ad Gilbert of the Physical Education - DeFuniak; Kenneth Rich 7:30. portunities for careers In food.
visit Disc.
:
Joy enjoyed a day's Great Books Tom McCall Is important The Commission also voted to
Is the country's most -
Food
Mrs. Mildred
Mrs. R. O. Department Bonifay. Santa Rosa-6:30.
Mrs. Cameron while April 17-Rally, Confederate flag flown on
Saltsman went on to Pensacolato Gilbert coach Gilbert's wife and Calf Roping Buddy Long April 18-Paxton Masons-7:00, Having Fine Year Industry paying about BOilllion have a near the monument.The .
pole
Bob Lewis of the Florida State Ox 3 4and dollars in salaries and a
attend to business. Bonifay; Long Bonifay; Green Thumb Flower Show Commission adoted a resolution -

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bvrd were maintenance ,department. The i 5-No Time. Jack Tar. Troy State College has a regular wages. requested by the State
DcFuniafW troupe will return to the stateson Stake Race--Delbert Spence PTA 7:30.: this
'twslnesa visitors! in April 20-Freeport third-baseman back year Association of County Commissions -
SKIRTS
Springs Wednesday, due to the. June 9. DeFuniak: Kenneth Rich Bonifay; DeFuniak Lions700.: who will be playing his final SHIRTS AND requesting the state road

illness of their daughter. We are Jimmy Richardson DeFuniak; April 21-Rally, Caskin-7:30.: year in the Red and Black colorsof still deartment of Florida to leave

happy to report the baby is much R. A. D. Appoints Edsel Brooks, Jr. DeFuniak; DeFunlak Eastern Star-7.30.: TSC. His name Is Tom McCall The Shirts and dancing Skirts are one or the administration of secondary

Quinn Barton, DeFunlak. Gaskin PTA-7:00.: This is Tom's fourth enjoying square the several
this to
improved now. of place. road funds up
Committee; ChairmenAt week. Friday night,
Just a reminder that it is time Western Reining Glendale PTA7:00.Kiwanis12:15. : year* of baseball and he has two nights a the Heel and Toe Boards of County Commissioners

for all those interested in the Pauline Elliot-Panama City; : reaped the harvest in letters they visited Rucker and In the state.Buffalo.
Ft.
send a recent meeting of the Walton Jimmy Richardson DeFunlak'Buddy square dancers in
Pt. Washington cemetery to Jaycees7:00.April : earned, winning four of them.
their annual fee of $2.00 to Mrs. county Rural Area Develop- Long-Bonifay; Dayna: Rob- 22-23-24-F. E. A. HolidaysNo Last season he led the team In had a very enjoyable had time. good Barbecue

Martha Kilbourne Pt. Washington ment Committee the chairman of osky-Bonifay; Danna Williams School. hitting with a healthy .355 mark, Saturday night we a

for the maintenance of the the six major' committees were Ponce de Leon.' April 23-Spring Flower Show. and drove in the most runs also. crowd at our own Mrs club.Frank Visitors Stoneof Saturday April 25

cemetery. Thanks.Mr. announced. Each committee has Ribbons RopingJ-Theo Johns Tom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.B. were Mr. and
Ft.
and Mrs. Beck, Sr. has returned the responsibility of evaluating Marianna: Buddy LongBonifay.The Area Horseman's Group C. McCall. lIe attended Walton Ft. Walton and two from Everyone is invited to the big

to their Pt. Washingtonhome the resources in the category assigned Walton county Saddle Elects New OfficersThe high school and lettered three Rucker. realpregrers Buffalo barbecue dinner at the

after a trip to Tampa and to it, both urban and rural; Club wishes to thank aU who years there.. After a brief tour The new and class we're is showing looking forward Walton county fair building Saturday -

other poins of inerest in Florida. determining the needs of the helped make our show our show Northwest Florida South of duty with the Navy he enrolled graduation Aril 25. 1964.

Ned and Regina Chancey 'Joined community, and developing p'ans a successful one.Library. Alabama Horseman's Association, in Troy State and no one to their Club Reporter I Serving will be between the

their father Friday for a trip for improved use of our resources, which held its organization meet- has regretted it. This season looks Mrs. Clark Mason hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., spon-

down state where they will visit and then promote acceptance ofthe NotesThe ing here last fall has named officers like another fine one for McCsll.: sored by the Northwest Florida

other relatives. plans so that the required financial for the coming year. |In six games so far he has a Chosen Sportsman's Club. Tickets will be

Mrs. Edward Harris, Mrs. Fay assistance may be obtainedto Board of the DeFuniak They are: Robert E. Standland, batting average of .500. He is Spring; Queen High School $1.00 per plate and children under

Randall and Mrs. Sam. Powell, put them ino execution. Springs Library wishes to call Marianna, president; Delbert L. I leading in RBI's again and at the At Freeport 12 only 50c.

all of Birmingham spending last Names of the committees and your attention to the fact that Spence, DeFuniak Springs, vice- pace he is setting it looks like Friday night the "F" Club at Mark this date on your calendar -

week at Seagrove Beach were their chairmen: Committee on from April 12 to April 18 is Na- president; Jack Culpepper Chip- no one will catch him. He has hit Freeport high school sponsoredtheir because you don't eat buffalo

'Joined Thursday by Mrs. Harris' Agriculture, James Kemper, Forestry lonal Library Week and you are ley secretary and Ulysse Harrison safely in all six games. first Spring Ball. The school every day and many have never

mother, Mrs. Steve Barrett and Committee, John Creel, Industrial urged to read an extra book or Chlpley treasurer. Tom is a Physical Education gymnasium was beautifully decorated tasted It. Don't miss your chanceto

Mrs. Molly McGee for a shopping Committee L. S. Campbell The membership which hopesto major at Troy State and plans to with boughs and spring enjoy a good buffalo dinner.

trip to Panama City and Human Resources Con'mite two.The slogan selected for this Include about a dozen clubs enter coaching when he graduates. flowers to look like a garden. The

lunch at the Dixie Sherman while Mrs. Virginia Bullard Supporting year is, "Reading is the key to covers territory from Dothan pretty pastel gowns of the girls Two Names Omitted

the husbands played golf. Services Committee. Mrs. understanding to new worlds and south to the coast, from Mariannato Local Group Attends added to the charming at- From Hospital TrusteesDr.

Miss Sim Kilbourne spent the Velma Heeler, Recreation and to opportunity". You can introduce Pensacola. 59th Session Grand ChapterLast mosphere.Paul .
out
weekend with Miss Barbara Sue Tourism' Committee. Dr. E. H. E. L. Hugglne point
yourself to a bright and charming Taunton president of the
Brown of Freeport. Harvey. -E. H. Harvey. vista of knowledge by takingour Paxton Senior Play To week a group from this "F" Club was master of cere- to .ue that at the ceremonies
of Incident to the starting construction -
a card at the local Library Be Given Thursday NightThe area attended the 50th Session monies. addition at the
Walton Pastor' To Spring Flower Show Grand Chapter of Florida, Order for the
Fort located' on the Circle across from The highlight of the eveningcame hospital two
Speak To AssociationRev. At Methodist Church the Lakeside Clinic. A year's subscription Paxton Senior Class will of the Easter Star in Jacksonville. when Bill Mooney vice Walton of county former trustee wr
the chapters name
and
is only $1.50, Now Is theme present "A Fuedin Over Yonder'Thursday Those attending president announced that Miss emitted from th* list given
Wade S. Hopkin pastor of Come to the Flower Show to begin that self-improve night April 16th at 7:30 represented are as follows: Kimberly Ann Comtock lovely

the First Baptist church Fort "Castles In Spain. It is to beheld ment course for a new and encompassing in the Paxton High School audi- Maude Mayo Artie McBroom. daughter of Commander and Mrs. credit Ernest Adam., who

Walton Beach, is to be a guest April 23 from 3:00: P.M. to shipment of books has torium. Emma Hunt and Buford Barkerof E. E. Comstock of Choctawhat- .They Dr. are iHuggln reminded .us,

speaker Sunday, April 19. a he 800: P.M. in the Fellowship HaU 'just been received from the Florida Seniors taking part in the play DeFunlak No. 115; Icey Ingle Me. chee Beach had been chosen wa s one of the original trustees,

Craves Associational Sunday of r the First Methodist Church. State Library.Our are: Carolyn Smith Emily Joe of Glendale No. 233; Rachel Spring Queen for the ball. She and of these who playedan

School meeting. The regularmonthly Mrs. M. O. Warren Is chairman Library Is planning to put Johnson, Wynell Blackwell Verty Leod of Ponce de Leon, No. 221; scored( highest in the basketball Important one part In the work

meeting will be held at of r the show. in a shelf of Technical books so Palmer Jack Adams, Earl Huck- Lottie Stripling and Agnes Callahan uniform project.' Rusty Barley of getting the project underway
churcha All entries should be bought Chester Wilkerson Jewel of Westvllle No. 278; Annie her escort. Miss Linda Martin -
the Pleasant Grove Baptist if you have any pet project, in aba, was and the late Rueeell Thom.
2:30: pm. between the hours of 8:00: a jn.and agriculture, cattle hog or sheep Hunt. Martha Braswell, Mytrle Mae Barentine of Union Hill No. and Miss Peggy Gavin, bothof on, one of those who served

The Fort Walton pastor will 10:30: a-m. on April 23. Potted raising electronics merchandising, Senn. Ronnie Fountain, Victor 246; Sam Campbell, Eliza Campbell Freeport, were first and second well In later years.Weather .

trine a timely message to those plants will be received on etc. get in touch with the Librar Hoover Wayne McClellan, Thomas and Florence Barker of Cedar runne -up respectively Their

attending the adult conference April 22 from 9:00: am. to 10 ajn. ian Mrs. Minnie Wooten and abook Jordan John Stokes James Hill No. 227. escorts were Mike Rollins and

and all workers with adults in Everyone is urged to take part on your chosen project, canbe Henley and Jo Ann Barrett. Maude Mayo received a Grand Larry Renfroe. ReportDate

the Baptiist Sunday schools in in this display of horticulture. s included. Chapter appointment to the Advisory High Low Rain

the association are urged to be Schedules and information maybe Mrs. Cleo Spence and Miss Board of the Order of CEMETERY WORKING April 8 75 61 42

to hear him. obtained from any' garden WANTED TO BUY SMALL Betty Spence left over the weekend Rainbow Girls. 9 68 42

present club member. ftrm or woodland. 8 to 40 acres for Miami to visit Mr. and There will be a cemetery work- 10 73 34

Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Wlllham with or without house but near Mrs. Tommy Spence. L Mrs.. J. H. Ingle was among ng at Alaqua Steele Church Sat. 11 81 35

returned home last week from Clyde Meigs of Shallmar. andFt. hard road. Write, details. Lowest Mrs. O. E. Shehee of Auburn those from here attending the urday. April 18, so come on out 12 79 58 11,

Harrisburg. K.V.. after attending I. Walton Beach, visited friends: cash price. K. L. Box No. 161. University spent the weekend Eastern Star meeting In Jacksonville and help work bring along tools. IS 75 60 .8S.j. >;0

the funeral of his mother. here on Saturday.' Ponce d. Leon Florida. Mn i with her family. last week. Thank you Commltt 14 74 58'




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Richard Bloodworth, Pastor

Baldwlm A..nw Baptist uaur>. ..-s J

W. Baldwin Avenue _ _ _
JKev. Wilbur F. Cotton, Pastor .the ' Y .."". '

MorUtaid, Baptist CburcA .
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L. o. Johnson, Pastor .f ..
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Frtendahip Baptist Church THE CHURCH FOR.ALL
C. Lester Weekly Pastor '
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ALL FOR THE CHURCH
Caskln South Baptist Church Depressing sight Isn't it? And what is,it we say when something old, -

familiar once-cherishid e-useful has succumbed to the of time? The Church is the .
Rev. Tucker Aplln ; : .on. ravages factor on earth for the bud\ d =

Ulendale Baptist Cburrb .: It served its purpose! i ing of character and good .
J. B. Birmingham, Pastor ; r:. ;t 1 .Could all the churches In our town someday look like this? citizenship. It is a storehouse v.-
i' of spiritual values. Without
Lime Stone Baptist Church :' '. .....-t. They could 1 v a strong church, neitherRev.

Cony Black, Pastor ; .,, ..... .', II Maybe they ivfll.{ .' democracy: nor civilization ..."
.- can survive. There are four ,
New Harmony Baptist ; ; t served : e . sound
reasons why
Rev Kenneth Churer't. I , need them anymore! person should attend service t

UMY til owe B-pll'"t Chur,. .. -.,) Even if you haven't been getting to church of late I think you'll pro- regularly and support the
Kenneth Wadle Pastor, t : ,... church. They are: ((1)) For his ..
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test that we DO need our churches. We need the truth they teach the own sake. ((2)) For his chil

Charles r'MXton+ Kerby t Mpui>,< Pastor<,hui ' I faith they instill the hope they inspire the God-given strength with of dren's his sake. ((3)) For the sake '
community and nataon.PJe..Da .
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wa... nhPlu i n... ..;., : which they undergird .our j life. ((4)) For the sake of the church

Kev. James Kinchin '. : : This is 'the very point. : We ALL need. our 'churches. itself, which needs hill moral ...

Pleasant Grove ba l t.L11.1 . ,. 1",,' ... And to I bring ALL,of.to realize and .fulfill our need . to and go material to church support.regularly Plan -... ,

Freeman Smith, Pastor '\ That ,i$ their purpose 1 .. and read your Bible daily \ '' ..,
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Rev. 1'. R. Padgett! (fr, vice{ Inc.Stra trargVo. '
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Robert Knox. Pastor ,, 1:1-9' "_S", .<./ '. J:6-15' 52:12-19: 21:12.17: 5:1-10 ..:.

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Paxtoa Asaeanbjy. erf 0. '
W. A. WJaI .><.r Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott

Wen ate: d A...ay et u.. A GOOD HARDWARE STORE PLUMBING HEATING
wary: Richard HIP' IT BURNS O AS-CALL US"
711 LIVE OAK AVE. A. I3 Covcll
Piggly Wiggly .
,Cluster Spring Baptist Chorea King & Co.
Harold Smith Pastor : T/ ORIGINAL SelfServicePeoples CONTRACTORComancler
Moss) Head Miss' ** FORD' CAIN'S Rivard Chevrolet
Floyd Garrett, Past Standard Station

Argyle Baptist Mission GAS OIL Water Service Da tey| Furniture. Co. Funeral Company
WASHING
Rev. Lee King GREASING Company Creel> Ford .C v. Home
OF'COASTAL FLORIDA
Lake Stanley Baptist Cb.Goff's. Ready To MERCER COMANDER. L. F. D.
Rev. Harold R. Padgett Choctawhatchee

Wear Store RITZ THEATREV.p. Department;
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N.,' 9th ST. Henry KoerberYOUR Electric Cooperative,
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church GET MORE OUT OF LIFE-
. ..- T. Padgett., Pastor Western .Auto GO OUT TO A MOVIE" Store PURINA DEALT Inc. _
t.! YOU ENJOY BETTER LIVING-
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r THURSDAY; APRIL ie, 1984
73 PUBLISHED' EVERY TilUUSPAT THE DeFUNIAK: HERALD-BREEZE

Mr;antf Mr*. Walter Tappmrre- JUNIOR' GARDENERSThe Mr. and Mrs M. E. Kinsey
THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined urned last week from a visit meeting was called to sent Sunday in Panama City.
with relatives In Eau Gallic. Also order. We talked about our n4Y
with THE BREEZE hey' stopped off in DeLand for Spring flower show. Mrs. Sawyer Dr. J. !.. Anderson
Florida a brief visit with Walter Peterson talked to us about how many announces the opening of his
Del-untak Springs and his mother returning by wayf things to do about our arrangement office for the Practice of Op- <:71,8'1111Jl
Published Every Thursday at > Quincy for a short stop. *. We had our refreshmentsThe tometry in all its phases. Eyes
DeFunlak Springs, Florida Junior Gardeners sincerely examined glasses and contact s

Completely Cover Walton County: Trading: Area thank Mr. Kaylor for giving us lenses prescribed.Office .
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DEDICATED"Kynmf glass bowls to make our tcr- ,Moue: ( lIds
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico rarium. Monday through Saturday Ct1mm

Second-Class Postage Paid The Junior Gardeners also I 8:00: A.M. to 5:00: P.M.
1924-1863 I thank Mrs. Hobbs fourth grade Closed all day Thursday
Publisher
H. C. STORRS,
room for writing thank yoy lettersto 602 North Main St.
HOWARD STORRS, Editor, Publisher us. Phone MU 2.4014

SUBSCRIPTION: Before we left Mrs. Wooten Crestvlew Florida
gave each of us a petunia, be-
Walton and Adjoining Counties___$3.00 Per Year sonia and Day: Lilies for us to For all you lucky gals who can "make

Other _____________$3. O Per Year plant. The meeting was adjourned magic" with sewing machine and needle and
to meet Friday, April 3, in thread I recommend that you make tracks '
'are favored types of reading room 8. IronworkShop for CARPS right now. There are dresses -
National LibrariVeek To He amomng this 15-17 year age group;I Linda Prescott Ornamental and sportswear "by the and" as -veil as ,
Observe : less than two percent of Walton's sas News ReporterMrs. Located At Gaskin fashions on the racks. You'll find all the
students read only required mat- bright bright solids and the bold Ior-of- t.a s
The National Book Committeein erials the average number of bfP. t
; Harold Eby of DeLand, he-rainbow stripes in exciting materials.
cooperation with the American books read by each student each has been visited her arents, Mr. All the sewing notions you need too!
Library Association has set aside month is two.
April 12-18, for the observanceof An important fact revealed by and Mrs. S. L. Sims, Sr. Any farm family can save both time
the seventh annual National this poll Is that Walton's studentsare and money ... Propane and Butane
Library Week. Since the first Na- generally well-read and wel- record U one ofJedlcaterJ1 Gas from WEST FLORIDA GAC CO. For
tional Library Week in 1958 these Informed except for one major tireless service here's a fuel that has many uses which in-
two literary organizations have weakness. The reading program, to the'community. N. A. DIXON crease living comfort and convenience on
sponsored this yearly observance especially among the younger stu- the farm . cooking refrigeration water
as "a voluntary citizens movement dents included in the survey, ORLANDO SENTINEL. Well Driller heating home heating . not to mention
dedicated to the longrangegoal shows a lack of interest in and a 'tractor fuel milk house sterilizers, brooders
of encouraging lifetime read- knowledge of current events, and flame cultivation.
ing habits Increasing people's use characterized by the fact that so I specialize In 2, 3 and 4 in. wells.
of libraries, and expanding and few students read newspapers Rotary: equipment. Call 535-2048. All Work a.arantd Tile other day during a light rain we
improving the total reading and daily. Equally' as important as the observed a late model automobi'e on the I,
Vernon Florida
library resources of the nation. most extensive reading list is the Welding' highway-traveling the legal limit-leave -,
This year the slogan for the newspaper, for this medium, as Campbell the to keep from crashing into the .
is Is The and other . ahead left turn. The had fRy
camapign "Reading Key. well as magazines Rt. 3, Box 143, DaFunlak 8rtrl..tl ear making a man
At Walton high school a pro- periodicals, is the key to a good Florida Phone Florala 4-BCffT excellent brakes-but slick tires--and a red
gram commemorating N.L.W. is understanding of current events face. Don't let slick tires put you-as well
underway. Sponsoring by the local and world affairs. a* others.-"on the spot". Visit WHEAT P
high school chapter of the National Climaxing N. L. W. at Walton Paid Political Advertisement, paid Eaton Real Estate & TIRE SERVICE soon. |
Library Council, under the high school will be an informal For by Kynes Campaign Fund,,
direction of Miss Lucille Anderson tea and open house for the Walton Ronnie Spencer Chairman Taking care of the troubles that can
a survey of the reading library assistants. Diversified cooperative Insurance Agency beset anything electronic is RAIONBW
tastes and habits of four groupsof training students, and ELECTRONICS INC.'S business. So call
10th and 11th graders has been faculty, to be held in the libary. TW 6-1111 at the first sign of trouble with
FIRE
made. The following week, on April 20 AUTOMOBILE First :National II your television AM and J.M radio stero
Through this survey, it was and 21 there will be a Book"Fair INSURANCEBONDS taper recorder, public address system: -any.
found that: almost everyone likesto for Walton students, sponsored by thing: electronic. Dub Grice George Owen
read; romances and mysteries the D. C. T. Club. Insurance Agency and Dub Howell can repair all makes and
-r models including color television.
s We represent STROUT
FOR "A wife who cooks and does the dishes
I should be granted these three wishes: A
REALTYIn BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIR grateful mate a well-kissed cheek and a
Real Estate since 1900 Restaurant Dinner every week. I gave this
\ poem to my husband years ago and at least :
J1RJf11VITII r MARINE A. CASUALTY '"
j1 1f M New Location once a week he takes the family to' MOM ,..4 j,J. .,.
Lake Stanley: AND DADS RESTAURANT Such a plea ''V;
IN8URANCIFirst sure such a treat . and the food and 1.' ... ".G'
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TW 6-4441
E3 ReElectED service can't be beat . at MOM\ AND 4<

DeFuniak Springs,..Fla.; National Bank DAD'S.

\ ABRIDAL Spring and summer mean outdoor living
I MASON 1 and outdoor fun and sports and call for
SETfrom M casual and sports dress. And for casual and
TO THEFLORIDA .. I hay two su MILt
PUBLIC r ' LER'Sthe family shoe store-and U. S.
VOTE FOR r Keds and P.F. Flyers-canvas wear for thewhole
UTILITIES COMMISSION family-toddlers too! And they come

RHODES in all styles slip-on and lace-up . and
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__ Law Graduat. and FormerSpecial M.all colors.To .
Autstant to HAYDON
J U. S.Attorney raise chickens that can produce more '',}'
eggs, demands feeds that have been designed -
24 Years of Law and to bring out the full egg-roducing capa-
i Progressive Publk Service city of the birds . and that kind of feed 1
i, must be supplied to the pullets. Take a tip _
See ex r selection of Cited for Fair and BURNSGOVERNOR from the successful poultry raisers in this

mnd women'swatches Impartial Regulation area and let HENR KOERBER INC. supply
before you buy.men's the quality name-brand feeds that guar-
Birthda; anniversariesand rig r. Now Serving a*Chairman ., "' antee results
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of Florida Public Utilities
graduation gifts.
your. old rug starting to look worn
-wCommlalon i t Refuses to look any better after
Rhod' Re-Elect ED MASON a floor covering that looks dirty all

t* b SAjeet Experienced and Proven f'a 1118 even after repeated cleaning. Take
Leadership for Florida t J at the Vinyl-Lux floor tile and Arm-
floor covering on display at FISHER
ARE CO. Put them on your floors
4x and match your rooms sparkl again.
.
,
I > y Before yon,decide en, a new car-any ,

l ""...,.' car-I recommend you'compare the deal you
can get at RIVARD CHEVROLET COMPANY
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...',> ,\ 3' on any of the'b I '
I And at the same time consider RIVARD f .
.. .11I i iy CHEVROLET COMPANY'S service and
their reputation. For 26 years they have
been giving the customers what they want. '
I And I an sure you'll find the new car you
,. ,'L1iiBI!
Money isn't easy to get . it's even
r' :p harder to hold on to. But if you put in a
t A .:? savings account at FIRST NATIONAL
: BANK and then add to it regularly you'll
WEEK-END SPECIALS r have a cash reserve to help you meet emer-
>> ':;'. genies-as well as take advantage of op-
'! : unities. It takes only a small amount.
M to get started on the road to security. Start.
WOMEN'S CHILDREN'SCANVAS w saving today: with FIRST NATIONAL.
..01' Whi I Te never been guilty of leaving'de
home with a can of dog food
an a ca"--o.I'eIIer. occasionally I leave home
OXFORDS early btys-make for PTA 2 or Circle! Meeting and let theE ''

Y'S PGADISCOUNTinner from CAS.
e But (I
!rSL don t seem to mind. I never see any >
in
scraps the
garbage-onT! empty plates.
Those TV
? 1.99 VALUE time-saving Dinners. are really delicious and

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Sturdy, canvas uppers, Isn't the landscape beginning to look
beautiful with trees and flowers starting to
., rubber soles with cush- i2 bloom again They make such wonderful

ioned Insoles.I Solids II backgrounds for color photographs. SER-
VICE DRUG CO. has Eastma and Polaroid
and plaids. Complete Camera outfits and black and white and
for color film and flash bulbs. SERVICE DRUG
sizes. COMPANY also offers two-day proccessing
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 '

JR. BOYS' CABANA SETS good Your Clinton power? kick authorized lawn only mower resulted Briggs still In a and refused bruised r-3 1 ;,


\VESTEN small AUT t r repair headquarters
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1.39 VALUE They can find the ASSOCIATE STORE & ..>.'",
$ AManProven of troubl e-and fix ft. -

I 2-plece sets in fine pre-shrmfc. cotton. Solid I by That woman lives who isn't flattered
I a gift of beautiful flowers? Take) It from
colors plaids and fancies. Sizes 1 to 1 Sandy to : when you want to express affection
II your wife or sweetheart . when you
Ability want to any "thank you" to a gracious hosiSzL' -
or send congratulations on birth-
..,. days, f anniversaries or other special oresasions .
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fOLtJME PUBLISHED EVERY TIIURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK IIERALD-BREEZE THURSDAY APRIL 16, 1964 ..
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Bob Sikes ReportsFrom tories with requirements for Good times HOLMES AND LINDA MARIE SHELL _.
new should mean increased 1 IiI'OR SANTA IMPACTED AREA SCHOOLS! with $1,101,224; Escammbia is next
WashingtonGOOD or enlarged, plants and equipment.The activity on the beaches and in HOSA COUNTIESThe The importance of the im- with $805,093. Santa Rosa is to
long-time effect la more difficult other recreational Agricultural Stabilizationand Linda Marie Shell infant daughter -
areas. Through pacted area school funds to Northwest receive $184,653 and Walton will
to predict in that such con- Conservation Service has ad- : of Rev and Mrs. J. C. Shelf
TIMES AHEAD tome expansion in industrial activity Florida counties Is generally receive 5685. Entitlement of
Businessmen generally antlpate ditions usually lead to wage and and through such assets a' vised me that as a result of the recognized Without these funds, funds for Bay county has not been died Friday afternoon, April 3,
good economic _conditions in the 'price increases and to Inflationary the rural renewal program, there release of acreage by other cotton it would have been impossible in determined at this dato duo to 1961 in a Pensarola hospital,
months ahead. There 13 a steady trends which: in the end offset will be an improved business pic producing counties Holmes coun. a number of communities to main- record-keeping problemi A court I Funeral services. !! were conducted -
tip-turn nationwide other than in I I early gains., But for the months I'' ture throughout, the District. Thisis ty has-received an extra 232 acres tain scholastic standards of significance case is also in progress In Bay ', at 3:00: p m. Sunday from the
pravcsldo at Cora ,
Cemetery
areas of long-time chronic unem- ahead the outlook is very good the time for redoubled effortsto and Santa Rosa county 200 acres It is interesting to note county to require token Integra near
Jay, Ha with tho Rev L. F.
ployment. The tax cut will stimu- Northwest Florida should be in capitalize on recreational activities The income from the estimated the actual amount of enCtlumant tion. I Miller officiating!
late a demand for goods, and this for a considerable share of these end to press for new in- 400( bales of additional cotton certified for various counties to tike
In turn will mean' a rise in busi- good, times There is a build-up in dustries. Opportunities clearly are which will result will help quitea uast few weeks. Okaloosa leads Impacted area funds are a con- Survivors beside i the parents
tribution by the federal Include three brothers Ronnie,
military activities with a strong the brightest in a number of few farmers in these two coun- I govern-
neu Investment years.
and in inven-
backlog of military construction. ment to the cost of operating Guy f find Michael Shell all of De-
I 1 I ADDITION COTTON ACREAGE j jI ties.FEDERAL FUNDS FOR schools and for the construction Funiak Springs and the maternal
I cf needed schol buildings in those grandmother, rs T. C. Ashworth
UR. counties which have serious congestion of Jay
of school population due Comandcr Funeral Homo was

HOW MUCH IS IT WORTH TO II ployed to the at presence government of personnel Installatluns..Jt'hovah's em-. in charge of arrangements.
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SAFEGUARD YOUR VALUABLES ? "tHAVEN1A 1>oNT 8Ed 8A8E/N Witnesses

ryE ooAS ro Ay To Attend AssemblyThe TERA&OTESSWARMING

_SOCK.._ s r s BqNro My: M. O. "Buddy" Wariw. DcFuniak Springs! Congregation ?
PUT MY sAa/NGS of Jcho\'ah's Witnesseswill
TI/E/R
; Join more thnn 1,000 delegates - ; sP
:; : SAYlNG$ According to a medical in attending: a three-clay;
': .. authority, there is no mason' assembly to be held April 24-2fl
18/ most of us can't live to a ripe at the Fort Beverage Armory,
.' t1 old age-say 125-if we but Bay Minette, it was announced
"do the things we know we today by Clarence R Patterson, can
.. ought to do" presiding mimnlster.
This expert stumps strongly The convention spy.'nsorcd by
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for exercise largely strenuous the Watchtower Bible and Tract i7rTi,
to be beneficial, but he Society of New York, will follow for th. sake of your hem. ,,r;*
cautions against overdoing the theme "Around the World
..., thusly: Exercise is too itz.- ith Jehovah's Witnesses", The
Just think of it For uous if the heart rcfvwes"to program has planned to include
: a few cents a daya d stop pounding 10 minutes After highlights of the around-the-\\orld

Safe Deposit Box hero will safeguardyour ->>-;. ,; -- exercising; if breadfctnff it series of 24 assemblies attendedby Saves Me A Lot of
valuables flood still uncomfortable 10 Minute* more than 580.000 persoons representing -
against fire theft
That the matchless benefits of afterwards; if the indlvidmd 161 lands from June
they enjoy
misplacement. . and prying eyes I You'll t way is still shaky more than M SO to September 8, 1063 Money, Too!
know where they are when you want safety, plus the convenience of many other bank minutes afterwards; it fatlou. "Members of the local congre-
carries over into the n-t djr. gation expect to benefit greatly Why not save some of
services all under roof. Come in and
them: Safeguarded at all times, yet conveniently .. one open If your idea of exercise to both by gaining a better understanding your hard-earned dollars
available. your bank account with us. to drive a stick-shift to Ser of Bible prophecies! being with a policy on your
vice Drug Company for your fulfilled
in
our day and by
Rent a Safe Deposit Box here today! : prescriptions, that's your priv- putting into everyday practisesthe home that covers fire,
i I THERE'S NOTHING QUITE UKE MONEY IN THE .BANK!! !! ilege. At any rate, you'll fee Christian principles learned storm theft, and liability many wind other I -
.. rewarded with uncomnssdy
at this
assembly", said Patterson risks. Not the slightest
friendly service at Sat Mm

THE[ FIRST NATIONAL BANKMember CAWTHON STATE BANKMember Drug This Company.week's Household hint: 'Made Miss Penny The Dean's Moore"List obligation call.Harris in giving us a

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Men: If you run out of shaving I Miss Penny Moore, a student at Insurance
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DeJI"UNIAIt t9NPftIti1Q. PIASIDA cream your wife's cold I Troy State College was among the
cream will do nicely.if students thero to be named to Agency
,t the Dean's List for the winter
TW 6-2451
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i Miss Moore is tho daughter of DeFuniak Springs, Fin.
Sta'dard Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mooro of De-

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.,. ".t""'". I Itai CLAYTON Constable DAVISFor Dist. 4 ;

., :- on May 5th

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Throughout my entire administration ns Con-
,.' stable this office has never been a burden to any-
one. Neither has it cost any unnecessary taxes.
Every day I have served you soberly and im
i partially.

If elected on May\ 5th I promise you another
,
sober and impartial administration.

' STJIM On May\ 5th I will greatly appreciate jour vote.
: $

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gasolines (Crown and Crown Extra) ... INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, feeds, ferti-

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THURSDAY; APRIL 18, 1964.
( iJ( 73-PUBLISHED' EVERY THURSDAY TUB DeFUNIAK' HERALD-BREEZE

Mr;end Mr*. Walter Tapp\ ''returned 1oI. JUNIOR'' GARDENERSThe Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Kinsey
THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined last week from a visit meeting was called to sent Sunday in Panama City.
with relatives in Eau Gallic. Also order. We talked about our n"r
with THE BREEZE they stopped off in DeLand fora Spring flower show. Mrs. Sawyer Dr. J L. Anderson
Florida brief visit with Walter Peterson talked to us about how many announces the opening of his
Defr-unlak Springs, and his mother, returning by way t11ngS! to do about our nrrangeents. office for the Practice of Optometry <:J1Ia/1s I11fl
Published Every Thursday: at of Quincy for a short stop. We had our refreshmentsThe in all Its phases. Eyes

DeFuniak Springs Florida Junior Gardeners sincerely examined, glasses and contact
Covers Walton County Trading Area thank Mr. Kaylor for giving: us lenses prescribed.
Completely DEDICATEDrecord' glass bowls to make our terrarium Offlc hours: (
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico Monday through Saturday ecvmmeor s

Second-Class Postage PaidH. The Junior Gardeners also 8:00: A.M. to 5.00: P.M.
thank Mrs. Hobbs fourth grade Closed all day Thursday
*1924-1863
Publisher
C. STORKS,
for North Main St.
room writing thank yoy lettersto 602
HOWARD STORRS, Editor, Publisher us. Phone M U 2.4014

SUBSCRIPTION: Before we left Mrs. Wooten Crestview, Florida
..dy gave each of us a petunia, be-
Walton and Adjoining Counties___$3.00 Per Yea sonia and Day Lilies for us to For all you lucky gals who can "make

Other ________________3.50: Per Year ;,, plant The meeting was adjourned magic" with sewing machine and needle and
tJ.t to meet Friday, April 3, in thread, I recommend that you make tracks
are favored types of reading / room 8. for CARPS right now. There are dresses
National Week To Be this 15-17 age group;I ; Ornamental IronworkShop
Library amomng year Linda Prescott and sportswear ""by theyard" as veil as ,
Observe April 12-18 less than two percent of Walton's News Reporter Located At GaskinAll fashions on the racks. You'll find all the ;
students read only required mat- tf't bright, bright solids and the bold, color-of-
Book Committeein number of
The National erials the average
; each Mrs. Harold Eby of DeLand the-rainbow stripes in exciting materials.
with the American student
cooperation books read by each has been visited her arents, Mr. All the sewing notions you need too!
Library Association has set aside month Is two.
and Mrs. S. Sims, Sr.
L.
April 12-18, for the observanceof An important fact revealed by Any farm family can save both time
the seventh annual National this poll Is that Walton's studentsare money with L-I Propane and Butane
Library Week. Since the first Na- generally well-read and wel- "Kyn.. record' one of I. from WEST FLORIDA" GAC CO. For
tional Library Week In 1958, these informed except for one major dedicated,tireless service a fuel that has many uses which in
two literary organizations have weakness. The reading program, to the community." N. A. DIXON fland living comfort and convenience on
sponsored this yearly observanceas especially among the younger stu- farm . cooking, refrigeration, water
"a voluntary citizens movement dents included in the survey, ORLANDO SENTINEL. Well Driller home heating . not to mention
dedicated to the longrangegoal shows n lack of Interest in and fuel, milk house sterilizers brooders
of encouraging lifetime read knowledge of current events, flame cultivation.The .
ing habits Increasing people's use characterized by the fact that so I specialize In 2, 3 and 4 in. wells.
of libraries, and expanding and few students read newspapers Rotary equipment. Call 535-2048. Work Qaarantiwd other day (during a light rain we
improving the total reading and dally Equally as important as the Vernon Florida observed a late model automobile on the I, ,
library resources of the nation. most extensive reading list Is the WeldingRt. highway' -traveling the legal limitleavethe y
This year the slogan for the I newspaper, for this medium, as Campbell highway to keep from crashing into the

cemapign is"Reading Is The Key." I well as magazines and other 3, Box 143, D.Funlak SprlW.. ear ahead making a left turn. Tr e man had
At Walton high school a pro- periodicals, is the key to a good Florida Phone Florala 4-5'" excellent brakes-but slick tires--and a red
gram commemorating N.L.W. is understanding of current events face. Don't let slick tires put you-as well "
underway. Sponsoring by the local and world affairs. a!*! others-"on the spot". Visit WHEAT1
high school chapter of the National Climaxing N. L. W at Walton Paid Political Advertisement, paid Eaton Real Estate & TIRE SERVICE soon. |
Library Council, under the high school will be an informal For by Kynes Campaign Fund,
direction of Miss Lucille Anderson tea and open house for the Walton Ronnie Spencer, Chairman Taking care of the troubles that can
a survey of the reading library ,assistants. Diversified cooperative Insurance Agency I beset anything electronic is RAIONBW
tastes and habits of four groupsof training students, and ELECTRONICS!: INC.'S business. So call
10th and 11th graders has been faculty, to be held in the libary. FIRE TW 61111 at the first sign of trouble with
AUTOMOBILE -
made. The following week, on April 20 First National II' your television, AM and FM radio, stero
Through this survey, It was and 21 there will be a BOOK Fair INSURANCEBONDS tape recorder, public address system-any.
found that: almost everyone likesto for Walton students, sponsored by a thing electronic. Dub Grice George Owen
Insurance Agency
read; romances and mysteries :the D. C. T. Club. and Dub Howell can repair all makes and
-r 4 models including color television.
We represent STROUT
FOR "A wife who cooks and does the dishes,
I REALTYIn should be granted these three wishes: A
BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIR grateful mate, a well-kissed cheek, and a
Real Estate since 1900 Restaurant Dinner every week. I gave this '
AII'VITH MARINE 4 CASUALTY poem to my husband years ago, and at least .......
/Jif- s Ari. New Location once a week he takes the family to MOM [ (4:# 1 N "
Lake "
Stanley AND DAD'S RESTAURANT. Such a plea. "''
TW 6-4441 INSURANCE such a treat . and the food and t
surer
E3 ReElectED ce can't be beat . at MOM AND j ", ;. .1
DeFuniak Springs,Fla." First National Bank DAD'S.

ABRIDAL Spring and summer mean outdoor living
I MASON and outdoor fun and sports and call for

SETfrom ..,, casual and sports dress. And for casual and
TO THEFLORIDA sport shos, I hav two su MIL-
b PUiLIC i ..EYE' LER'S the family shoe store-and U. S.
COMMISSION VOTE FORHAYDON Keds and P.F. 'lyers-canvas wear for the
UTILITIES
whole family-toddlers too! And they come
RHODES in all styles, slip-on and lace-up . and
Law Graduat. and
_. former " all colors.To .
Special Assistant to
J U. S. Attorney raise chickens<<: that can produce<<: more !
eggs, demands feeds that have been designed 1 :'
I 24 Years of Law and to bring out the full egg-roducing capa-
i Progressive Public Srvic city of the birds . and that kind of feed
must be supplied to the pullets. Take a tip II'
See o r selection ofmen's Cited for Fair and BURNSGOVERNOR from the successful poultry raisers in this

and women'swatches 9 a Impartial Regulation area and let HENR KOERBER, INC. supply
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before you buy. the quality name-brand feeds that guarantee -
Birthda; *, anniversariesand Now Serving as Chairman results
Ms of Florida Public Utilities
i graduation gifts. Commission. Is your. old rug starting to look worn
__ md ragged T Refuses to look any better after

Rhodes- Jewelers Re..Elect ED MASONExperenc"d <. ,., leieaiiing, scrubbing or waxing? No one
? wants a floor covering that looks dirty all
\f b Sljeet ; and P> oven t the time even after repeated cleaning. Take
Leadership for Florida' Fc tr nQ : a look at the Vinyl-Lux floor tile and Armstrong -
floor covering on display at FISHER
HARDWARE CO. Put them on your floors
:!.t'. and match your rooms sparkl again.

c. i Before you decide.en a new car-any ., .
car-I recommend you'compare the deal you r
)' : p can get at RIVARD CHEVROLET COMPANY -.
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1 on any of the five Chevrolet models. t - .-'<>t'

'1t And at the same time, consider RIVARD, 1,,<:;) :,_
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their reputation. For 26 years they have i:: 7:
dt.I been giving the customers what they want. .
I And I am sure you'll find the new car you

Money isn't easy to get . it's even
.try; harder to hold on to. But if you put in a.
t /n<: i'j savings account at FIRST NATIONAL
'!f BANK and then add to it regularly you'll
WEEK-END SPECIALS' hare a cash reserve to help you meet emerx -.
4. genies-as well as take advantage of opportunities.
,
>. ;. It takes only a small amount.to .
get started on the road to security. Start.
WOMEN'S. CHILDREN'SCANVAS today with FIRST NATIONAL01 .
I ye never been guilty of leavinguring -
--01 Rover" home with a can of dog food
and a catse e er. oeeaaIonaUy I leave home
OXFORDS early for PTA or Circle
Meeting and let the
bdtys
t tor E1"S stake IGA out with a TV Dinner from CAS-

tit don' DISCOUNT FOOD LINER_ But II
ey t seem to mlDd. I never see any
scraps in the garbage-on
Those y empty plates.
+.eA 1..e 1.99 VALUE time-saving Dinners. are really delicious and

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Sturdy canvas uppers, Isn't the landscape beginning to look
beautiful with trees and flowers starting to
., rubber soles with cushioned bloom again? They make such wonderful

Insoles.I Solids II backgrounds for color photographs. SER-
VICE DRUG CO. has Eastma and Polaroid
and plaids. Complete Camera outfits and black and white ando
>or film and flash bulbs. SERVICE DRUG
sizes. il COMPANY also offers two-day proccessing
on your film.

Neither A new did spark Plug: didn't do any good.
all the evil
thoughts and oaths
and th.areats to throw it in the bay and
good kick only resulted in a bruised foot. The a 1 i
CABANA SETS power lawn
JR. BOYS' I You r authorized mower still refused to 'start. i'4"
Clinton Briggs! and Stratton and
!. small
? motor
Is T repair headquarters _
AUTO > '
1.39 VALUE $ A Man of They can find the rou ASSOCIATE e-and fix STORE it. "I\, :.'....


I 2-ptece sets In fine pre-shrank. cttte. Solid I I by a That gift of woman beautiful lives flowers who isn't Take flattered it from

colors, plaids and fancies. Sizes 1 to 1 to Sandy. when you want to express affection
Proven Ability II your wife or sweetheart . when you
want to
say "thank you" to a gracious hos-
I :kss,. . or end congratulations on birthhdys -
anniversaries or other special occa.
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rPLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE THURSDAY._ APRIL 1R, Hua, ; .

Bob Sikes ReportsFrom tories with requirements for newor Good times should mean increased OR HOLMES AND SANTA IMPACTED AREA SCHOOLS with $1,101,224;Escnmmbia is next LINDA MARIE SHELL "
Washington enlarged plants and equipment.The activity on the beaches and in ROSA COUNTIESThe The importance of the Impacted with 803098. Santa: Rosa ia to
long-time effect to more difficult other recreational areas. Through Agricultural Stabilizationand L area school funds to Northwest receive $184653: and Walton will Linda Marie Shell, infant dau-
ghter of nev and Mrs. J. C. Shelfdied
GOOD TIMES AHEAD to predict in that such con some expansion in industrial activity Conservation Service has advised Florida counties is ceaerally receive $56,83. Entitlement of
Businessmen generally antlpate ditions usually lead to wage and and through such assets as me that as a result of the I recognized. Without these funds, funds for Bay county has not been Friday afternoon, April 3,
good economic: conditions In the price increases and to inflationary the rural renewal program, there release of acreage by other cotton it would have been impossible ina determined at this date duo to 1064 in a Pcnsacnla!; hospital.
Funeral services
months ahead. There is a steady trends which in the end off- will be an improved business picture : producing counties Holmes county number of communities to maintain record-keeping problems A court were conducted -
at 3:00 from the
: Sunday
up-turn nationwide other than in set early gains. But for the months throughout the District. Thisis has-received an extra 232 acres scholastic standards of signi- case is also in progress In Bay p.m.
graveside at Cora Cemetery, near
areas of long-time chronic unem- ahead the outlook is very good. the time for redoubled effortsto and Santa Rosa county 200 acres, ficance. It is interesting to note to require token integra
Fla.. with
county Jay, tho Rev L F.
ployment. The tax cut will stimu- Northwest Florida should be in capitalize on recreational activities 'The income from the estimated the actual amount of entitlement Miller officiating
late a demand for goods, and this for a considerable share of these and to press for new in- 400 bales of additional cotton certified for various counties.In the
Impacted area funds Survivors, besides the parents
good times. There la a build-up in dustries. which will result will help weeks. Okaloosa leads arc a contribution -
In turn will mean a rise in bust Opportunities clearly nra quitea uast few by the federal include three brothers' Ronnie,
military activities with a strong the in number of few farmers in these two govern-
brightest a coun- I
ness investment, and in Inven- backlog of military construction. years. ment to the cost of operating Gary and Michael Shell, all of De-
I ties.FEDERAL schools and for the construction Funiak Springs, and the maternal
FUNDS FORM
ADDITION ACREAGE
COTTON
I cf needed schol buildings in those grandmother, rs T. C. Ashworthof
uR. counties which have serious con- Jay.
gestion of school population duo Comander Funeral Homo was
to the presence of personnel em- in charge of arrangements.
HOW MUCH I IS IT WORTH TO ployed at government Installitiuns .-
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EfY00AIoNr8EA8a8EiN', TO QY To Attend8sembly TEKSV1Q7ESSWARsVUKlG!

f&. 4f i4iPT fll BANS My: ". O. "BudcJyWU'MII The DoFuniak Springs Congregation ?

.. '.. -: of Jehovah's Witnesseswill
"'; 'TO PUT AI) 77ElksavINcs
;? Join more than 1,000 delegates '
,,;, %,.: According to a medical in attending a three-day: Rw"
bs ffi'J/ .., authority, there is no reason assembly to be held April 24-28 ?i
I. -. :.: IN.' most of us can't live to a ripe at the Fort Beverigo Armory,
Bay Minette, it was announced
,1,1 old age-say 125:-If we but
.. today by Clarence n. Patterson,
"do the things we know we call G
:. '. L ought to do." presiding mimnister 1 r
a This expert stumps strongly The convention, sponsored' by
l =-'iiiiii" ;; for exercise, largely strenuous the Watchtower Bible and Tract
to be beneficial but he Society\ of New York, will follow tor Clio sak. of your horn. :
cautions against overdoing the theme "Around the World
... thusly: Exercise is too ..tr-. Ith Jehovah's Witnesses", The
uous if the heart refWKS M program has planned to Inc'udo'
Just think of it For few cents
: a a daya highlights of the around-the-world
s stop pounding 10 mlttutej 4tf-
Safe Deposit Box here will safeguardyour ter exercising; if brewMhln !- series of 24 assemblies attendedby Saves Me A Lot of
still uncomfortable 10 MinufeM more than 580.000 pcrsoon representing -
valuables against fire theft :flood
That the matchless benefits of afterwards; if the individual 161 lands: from Juno
they enjoy
misplacement. . and prying eyes I You'll way is still shaky more than ,M 30 to September 8, 1963. Money, Too!

know where they are when you want safety plus the convenience of many other bank minutes afterwards; if tetigu. "Members of the local congre-
carries over into the neat day. gation expect to benefit greatly Why not save some of
services all under roof.Come in and
them. : Safeguarded at all times, yet conveniently one open If your idea of exercise to both by gaining a better under your hard-earned dollars

available. your bank account with us. to drive a stick-shift to Service standing of Bible prophecies being with a policy on your
Drug Company for your fulfilled in our day and by home that
Rent a Safe Deposit Box here today! : prescriptions, that's your priv rotting{ into everyday practisesthe covers fire
THERE'S NOTHING QUITE LIKE MONEY IN THE .BANK! !! ilege. At any rate, you'll fee Christian principles learnedat storm theft and liability, w other i n d-
many
.. rewarded with uncomoMBiy .
this assembly", said Patterson. risks. Not the slightest
friendly service at Sanrtae

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKMember CAWTIION STATE BANKMember Drug Company.This week's Household. blat: Miss Made Penny The Dean's Moore List obligation call. in giving us!< a


Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Men: If you run out of shaving Miss Penny Moore, a student at Harris Insurance

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DeP'1JNIA.IIt BPft l-. PL WA cream, your wife's cold Troy State College was among the AgencyTW
cream will do nicely. students there to ba named to
''I the Dean's List for tho winter
6-2151
- quarter.

Miss Moore is the daughter of DeFunlak Springs, Fla.
Sta-'dard; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moore of Dc-

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on May 5th


Throughout my entire administration as Con
stable this office has never been n burden to any-
one. Neither has!< it cost any unnecessary taves.
Every day I have served you soberly and impartially -
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If elected on May Gth I promise you another

l sober and impartial administration.On .

L s,? w May Silt I will greatly appreciate your vote.

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FREE Winner of Washing Machine Was Annie Cook 312 Bain Cit Y Ave.

500 Grand Prize My .
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With Coupons And

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Vanilla. Wafers* REST ON QUALITY _, :; lH}t B't 31tf' ,
Exp. 1-18-01 :f' g.CI .
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FREE Grand
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25 Prize>> Stamps Pitchers Size 39c
with purchase of
l/4 Store LbSuper Tea JITNEY JUNGLE NO. 2 CAN SLICEDPineapple ARMOUR STAR 1 Lb. Roll


25 Grand Exp.Stamps 4-18-61 Prize Quart Jar c SAUSAGE,3, r I loo

with purchase of GOLD CREST -NO.21/2 SZ. CAN
M ISL
Jumbo Pies ---
Exp.4.18.6.S PEACHESCOMO Yz or

'! Grand Prize. _ _' Whole
2 5
Stamps E
with purchase of 4,ROLL PKG. Slab

3Lb.GroundUeef Exp.4-18-61 ilic SALEPRIDE TISSUE BACON T


Grand Prize. Ru Smoked ,. ..
25 :
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with purchase of 00

Cut Exp.up Fryers 4-18-61 Grade A OF INDIABlack 4 For 1 BAR-B-Q FRYERS tr


50 Grand PrizeStamps' _ _ _ _
MAYFIELD ((303 CAN) Ea.
with purchase of 25 Lb. Bag .
Rlind-Made Yellow CORN MINUTE .;
Broom or Mop I Only
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Gra ndVALLLY GIbI(300( CAN) ob 111
25 Stamps No od $189
with purchase of GREEN PEAS
6 R.Rot.C. Cola Cln. Steaks
4-18-61
Exp. BUSH ((300 CAN) .

50 with Grand Stamps purchase Prize of BABY LIMAS

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1 Pk. Any Size Ideal
Light Bulbs PY-O-MY

Exp.41861Grand PrizeStamps CAKE MIXES ;Jitney Jungle SteakSandwiches For 8c Each

25 with purchase of I
59c Twin Lay's or ifGHro I I CE
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Grand>> ze Py-O-My Corn CREAM 39c
50 Stamps Muffin Ea. _
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50 with 53c Stampspurchase Any Brand of COLLARDS 19< Grand Prize U.S.Choice Shoulder Round r Lb.
Tooth Paste
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50 Stamps Prize. BOSTON BUTT PORKROAST Lb
with purchase of
CABBAGE 5c J
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Guard Deodorant
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THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.. FLORIDA Till.......,T1JOT...o.J';.....*...A...V A, APRIL 16. .inat&;;1U-'

Freeport Baptist Revival Walton MenusAPRIL Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Neet of
Begins April 19 I 29.21 Euwgene, Ore., who have been
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel
The Freeport Baptist church is Wilkins recently, left of
NOW SPEND I Monday-Baked beans and vi- Monday
. MORE OF YOUR FREEZER holding a revival beginning April ennlas, hamburgers, cabbage slaw, I last week for Atlanta to visit Mr.
19 through the 24th. Evening ser- ;beets, pineapple cake, peaches, and Mrs. J. F. Dullard and Mr.
vices begin at 7 p.m. I rolls, milk.Tuesday. and Mrs. J. W. White before returning -

Rev. Fulton Thomas of Milll- -hamburgers, hotdogs to their home.

MONEY\ FOR FOOD STORAGE SPACE gan, Florida, is the evangelist. I sliced coatash tomatoes, potato and riplets lettuce, chocolate sue. the Mrs.winter A. L.here PPaulson with her who mother pent,

Rev. W. L. Clark, Pastor. Every cookies, milk. Mrs. R. E. LL McCaskill, has
I one is welcome Spring holidays returned to her home in Eglin.
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'r -- THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA: --THURSDAY- :APRIL 9, 1964

high tide water mark contour around' to-Witt
LEGAL NOTICESIN Ciioctawhatcbek :Bay and Its tributaries
"100 feet
until reaching the Walton Okaloesa the by ='wl-"I: yin t. In aware
County Lane.Jhe on ot ..1M-
1o" daroftbed land.. The complete
west boundary of the
CIRCUIT COURT IN AND district foUows-vof
THB shall '
be that
portion of the WalumOicalooaa Ir-W"
FOB WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA, line plat IOO ft. E 636 ft. N
County MI"1
IN CHANC-Hty. NO. 8JS7 the high tide water extending from .. 8 on the North of Lot 84
mark
on the norm
AVEnT n. BMIT. shore of Cboctawbatchee of Kam-Akere a subdivision of
P1a1DtUt. of Mexico to the butt BEVi: of Section 1. SW K of ejection -
VS.- 22. HE'" of Section 28 and
All registered voters, who freeholders
are -
Lu.A FAYE BMITHWend.nt.NOTICE and reside within the above 't.t Section 27 !lylnv' North
described territory are of Road No. 1 (IT. S. Highway CHEVROLET
eligible to
TO trtNl for or ugalust the creation e>said Mo.y vote.- No. 90. Tp. 3. N.' Range 19 Westof
On or before Monday the 20th d. quito Control; District .....a0 elect the the Tallahaseee Meridian as
of April. IM4. the defendant Lit. District Board of Commissioners. platted by Garland Edwards, Bald
Fay Smith U required to appear in Ihls by order of the Board of County plat being of record In the office.
this Butt and serve upon E. O. Bos- Commissioners of Walton County Flor of the Clerk of tbe Circuit Courtof
the plaintiffs attorney, whose Walton County. Florida."
well ida in regular session on the loth
adress U P. O Box 278, Geneva, of March 18C4 day Dated April 7, 1964.Paul .
Alabama. and file with the Clerk of Board of A. Teelln
County Commissioners
aald Court her written defense or Seal) Walton County Florida Wm. S. (Billy') Fountain makes all of trucks
quality
types
filed .
answer against' to her the berelu Bill of praying Complaint tor a dlY- Clerk fa.!: Leo To Andrews The Board, Baker CaswellCommisslonen)

oree.Tbl. order Is to be published once 4?!*..Forre.t:a.I.ICI.2JIN :A. McDonald 1' Deputy Clerk!; ADAMS. David Be W.PALMERBy Palmer ,
each week for four consecutive weeksin Attorneys for PlaintiffP.
the DeFunlak Herald a newspaper O. Box OS : '- .
published In said Walton County, Flor- TilE CIRCUIT; COURT OPWAI1ON Crest view. Florida
Ida. COUN'IY, FLORIDA lii I Apl 18 May II
a
IN CHANCERY NO..
Wltness my hand and official seal 5399 "
this 21 day of J S. Garrett NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE
March ANDREWS Plaintiff APPLICATION FOR FINAL i't.. v
Clerk of Circuit Court. VB.- DISCHARGE
Walton County. Florida Ail persons claiming any estate, right FLORIDA STATUTES
By: Ira Adklnson. D. C. title or interest. in or lien upon, the In Court ef the Cennty Judge,
(SEAL) property herein described or any part Walton County
Mar26.ArU3.D.I6: tueieof State ef Florida

IN Tilt!: CIRCUIT; COURT; IN ANI THE STATE OP 'LUIUD.Defendants... TO: JOSEPH FEDA8IT7K: Deceased. + _

FOR WALTON COUNTY; FLORIDA, All persons claiming any estate, right, In Probate.In .
FIRST JUDICIAL; CIRCUIT; hO. B3SB title or Interest In, or lien upon, Estate of
IN Kit: Petition of Dallas Coy Bell and the real property herein described, or To re All the Whem It May Concern j a'. ,A' y. ld,
Edna Jeaaette Bell husband and Me, any part thereofUreetingel Notloe U hereby given that Anna '
etilloners. : Pedasluk Orusbko filed her fins v vka ;>'J
lot: Thomas Mackney Williams ..Jr.loO'IU'S You are Hereby notified that a proceeding report as y executrix of the estate of
: to quiet title has been brought she
that
deceased
You are hereby notified tbat the In the Circuit Court for Walton County. lied Joseph her "Wn for final; discharge,
above-named petitioners Dallas Coy '. Florida against all persons claiming and that she will apply to the Honorable 1..9 111M
:Bell and Edna; Jeaaette Bell. have any estate right title or Interest in, Joe Dan Trotman County Judgeof ; w
llled .a petition In the atwve-styed or lien upon the following describes Walton County, Florida on the 8th
court lor the adoption of the minor I real property situate Walton County day of May. 194. for approval of
Florida to-wit:
child named therein and you are reqUired -
and for final discharge ae executrix
to show cause why the same Tho South half of the Southwest same
Fedaaluk.A .
Quarter (SH of SWVi) of Section of the estate of Joseph
should not be granted by serving a Of
rmmmmA nn thla lOth dST ADfll.
copy of your written defenses If any. 36, Township 4 North Range 10 ii&i.--' -- n
upon Clyde B. Wells, ot Thompson 6t West Orusbko
Well. Attorneys lor Petitioner. BoatOit1ce and you are hereby required to file Anna Fedasluk y ,
Box 1S'l. UeFunlaK Spring Florida with the Clerk of said Court (personally executrix of the estate of
and by tiling ins original thereof or by attorney) on or before Joseh Fedasluk deceased.
with the Clerk of said Court otherwise April 27 1904 your written delona.... 7LTDE::' B. WELLS
.a decree may be entered against If any to the complaint and to file Attorney for Petitioner
you granting said adoption.WIIM copies of same on W. F. Oreen. De P. O. Box 87
,,""JM" my hand and the seal ol Funlak Sprlna.. Florlda attorney for rtePunlak Springs. Florida
said Court. at Oefiuuas opruigs Wal-! :therein: lalntlff, as prescribed by law _4t: Ap 16-May 14IN'
VuU County, tluriaa, this toe 41 nay setting up the estate, right, ECONOMICAL CHEVY-VANS
01 .......cn. A. U. itxxi.Hi. title, or Interest In. or lien upon the THE CIRCUIT .COURT 9.
:. LAO ANDREWS! above described property claimed byrou. 'AiruNDUNTIT. n> WrAaLLIAIU
Cier 01 ou-cutt, Court Herein fall not or judgment will IN CHANCERY NO.
Walton lloiuutBy be entered against you by default. ) PERRY MELVIN *
uouuty.
The flat-floor Chevrolet
: Iva AUJUUHUU. uvputy l' iur*. WITNESS my hand and the seal of Plaintiff delivery with the low price tag ana
raid court at DrPunlak Springs, Florda '8IRART..-
biALe8'A this March 24. A. D. 1964 P' ._ w.. WARD.. MELVIN.
p rt12.Y.16 - -- the engine front. Over 40 ft. of
(Seal) E. LEO ANDREWSClerk Defendant up sq. completely usable
4. '&hI4A'"&.I a'I' LUuKr UYWw.aun of the Circuit Court of NOTICE TO APPEAR!:
booms. 5YWiluA Walton County., Florida NOTICE TO: Pearl H. Ward Melvin floor space almost ?Vi ft. long. Can full ton of
You are hereby notified that a ...orncampl..t cprry a payload.
A*. %.UA**C&A*k ....u. *>.,.*> 9l Howell. Deputy Clerk
apt 3. 28-.. 2. of divorce has been filed
1 nun.as ". ou.._.... una thew M.uuaum .
......--- .u auu woeaIC.ubuu" against you In the above entitled Body and frame are welded together. Has I-beam front axle
IN TILE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND COurt In the above cause and you are
Y ormu' FOR WAI,ION COUNT. FLORIDA.IN hereby notified and required to serve
y.a1Ys camuh.ug Muy ......... r.gut, CHANCERY NO. 8221 upon the attorney of record for the and leaf springs.. Windshield is big, flat, practical one-pie eunit.
"MMYI W WNa NY W. W ..... YyVY. W.y BETTY SUE WFLLH. plaintiff herein whose name and address -
...."...hl .._.u4 uo1.L.wY. uc ,hay Tara (formerly M.... Franklin J Rushing) appear below a copy of youranswer Side doors and windows
WMeW Plaintiff or written defense If any to rear are optional at extra cc/st./
w.............. -VS.- the complaint In said cause, and file
._ ......... to c................. Jl.W FRANKLIN J, RUSHING the original answer or written defense
a.-._-s ...__.. .shy __.... f.gub. Defendant. with the Clerk!; of the above named
........ um ........_. .... .I' a.tlu (4.c.... ..... NOTICE OF SALE Court on or before May 15. 19 4.
am ........n., }.Ylwu u.auluuu. ur any Notice Is hereby Riven; pursuant to This notice shall be published once
i.a.. uu.acul Final Decree of partition dated the each week for four consecutive week.In .
t-a'vel: 24th. day of March 1964 and enteredIn The DePuntak Herald, a weekly
.u.. _. u.1M0y hoklled that a pr.uw. ...- Chancery Cane No. R221 of the newspaper published in Walton County CHEVROLET
"__e W ........ .. ..._ uvu4 nluuan. Circuit Court of the First. Judicial Florida
W N.. ......... "'....., W WM1Wu i.uuYb/.... Circuit in and for Walton County, WITNESS my hand and official seal 1i
a......... _...... sal ............. tm5.nYY5e Florida, wherein Betty due Well Is this 8 day of April 1964.
hy .......... .....t.. Nwe. W iuuawb l1.. the Plaintiff. and Franklin J. Rushing (Seal) E LEO ANDREWS
41 ...v1& uyuu. ...... auuuwu.5 4s1ChaWY Is the Defendant, I will sell to Clerk of Circuit Court
reel yluyu.iy abuuW au W"'W" u.- the highest and bent bidder for cash, Walton County Florida QUALITY TRUCKS COST LESS
t,. *.......M, to-wit i at the front steps of the Walton By: Iva Adklnson. Deputy Clerk
*>uii oN ..*.11 ... wi section :ye, TowncoruuK County Court House In DeBnlakSprings. Attorney for Plaintiff:
atop .k .wu.lI. Range .u Weat &C- Florida, during the hours at Douglas M. Andrews,
... Nile slap ot ekaula ttuhaIruuitauuu 11:00 and 1:OO P.M. on May 18 1964. Of Campbell and Andrews. ,
Owtupauy on lile in the the r described property u P. O. Box 328.DeP'uDlak ,
vl lice of IBM ",ivr* 01 tiie Circuit set /ilfaW in the said Float Decree, springs! Florida a

Court now on ol Ille Walton In Flat County.book Florida 3 at tl 4182320.'I Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck

rags 4 ........................................t.l a.55..esi s s......a ssess.........................a................................
and you are hereby required to illswith
the Clerk; of said Court (personally -
or by attorney) on or before
April J7, 1964 your written defenses It
any to tbs complaint and to file copiesof
same on W. Jf. Urcen. DeFuuiakSprings. Riv. rdt
Florida attorney for tliepiauiulfs. V ChevroletCoIDp _
; .
M .. prescribed/ ty law therein 1. ,t"" g
setting up tbe estate. right. title. orInterest < 1t,
In. or lien upon the above <

Herein entered described fall against property nut you or Judgment claimed by deiault.WITNESS by will. you.be "' J -. i j 7th Str.set Nelson Avenue DeFuniak Springs Florida TW 6-257I.

my hand seal of LET'S 'CONTINUE
aid court at aogpf::. ., Florida v n _. .
this March 24. A. D. 1964. '\\.1: .. ,, FLORIDA'S SENIORITY I
(!:JeLl) B. LEO ANDREWS ,
Cleric of the Circuit Court of __ WITH .
Walton County. Florida
Hazel HoweU. Deputy Clerk ;x: SPESSARD r.
4ti: 3. 26... 2. 9. 16 < .
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NOTICE OF ELECTION!: : HOLLAND.YOUR t

The Board of County Commissioners 1,_ ;. SWIp *m\\ portable Leastns Rusted Its
of Walton County Florida, hereby declares
that It has determined that a UNITED STATES SENATOR LIQUIDWRENCH
petition has been duly signed and can openerS

submitted of registered by electors the requisite who are number freeholders I have served as your U. S. Senator sine 1946.

residing within the territory During these years I have attained seniority J s THE SUPER PENETHANT I
described on said petition, requesting :
the creation of a Mosquito I Control ranked twelfth among 67 Democratic Membersof JI'... I d The super .-
District therein and that the creationof sol-I
the Senate.
such a district Is feasible and practicable .... a treating rust A
to eradicate or control mosquitoes This seniority has placed me on three> maJor vent that quIck.
and other arthropod. in said ,..... t 'ly loosens parkItevdtYte
territory and that the Boa,'
Commissioners ida at its regular of Walton meeting County on the Flor-10th particular importance to Florida and every one pan give you eacy, effortless li corrosion, scale, I ....._..
day of March 1064 fixed May 26th. 1964 of Its citizens. and paint varnish, {
as the date for said election and determined cutting . a carbon or .
Your vote May 5th will keep me In this power.ful i gum. .. _a
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that the name of the District smooth > Guaranteed
I edge. cafe
1 shall be th. South Walton to Florida well l $ Comlortable1)11' --....
County position help as as our great 1
Li trout 1e Ins 4tR oM I dies, F.etamr "
Mosquito Control District ahould the 12.95 : 4rar .....)..
aoe
electors determine to create such a country. fnetate.39cUp. action, roeltiva tests.

district be as follows and that: Its boundaries would S'ESSARD L HOLLAND I* m Member aff....It. CimM. 1.95

The territory to be Included In the Member et> the Senate Ape en re-ucHen neaetsenllaf
proposed district shall be bounded onthe proprlotiens C..I.. .... federal. axawneBttM. **.
South by the Oulf of Mexico The DI.WON+
East Boundary of the district shall be Member et the Senate. Aarl- Member .. the Aerensnttltel-
that portion of the Walton-Bay County culture and .,..try Ceev end S,.. Selene) Cemmfl-, ft urn iit>,R. 24 tooth rake
line from the Quit of Mexico to mm**. .... America's best selling lawn rske. 1.lI'ON
the ; _
Choctawhatchee: River. This line FLINT R8CKET
Spring; beck construction. Rake
shall then be projected northward Member af the Senate Dem*
along the line dividing Range 17 West ecrotk: Steering Cemmlttee.u HAMMER clesn. U.the.n't work too... frass shears.
and Range 18 West to the northeast Comferleble vinyl .- r
corner of Section a. Range 18 West d1..8.1/!sh.rp.ning: hollow'r
Township a South. This shall be the
northeast corner of the district. Femous MMoeketr round bledes hold edge.

The the northern northeast boundary corner and shall exteud beginat .tr.n..... balance.

westerly along with section line form end drtvlnc power

2. 3. 4, 8,south and e.boundary Range 10 of Weal Section.Township 1.- et a tow ...... ,
I a:I South until said line Intersects -
the hlghwater mark at the eastern 1 e) _I.....
tip of Jolly' Bay.' At this point the
northern boundary shall follow the Cornfo'wPPsa'. .. ....

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VOLUME PUBLISHED
EVERY THURSDAY
THE DeFUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1964

-.- . .. persons in the newspaper..Th1'-act- than elected- to all counties_was and informative tour for the
will make this law permissive rejected. group.
which means that they will not be The :Senate's public school Jrmes II (Jimmy) Prescott
compelled to publish these names. committee voted 7-4 in favor of I Representative, Walton County
These acts are to become effective a bill raising the school age for DeFunlak Springs, FloridaPd )
July 1, 1963. first grade to five years and 11 Pol Ad.
BELSER FOR STATE SENATORWhen Hon Senator Clyde Gallowayalso months instead of five years and
has two bills drawn up nine months. Mrs. Molly McGee and Mi-s.>
ready for introduction and these The Governor's broad outdoor Russell H a den of Seagrov-
will be of Interest to many. One recreation program, amended to Beach were business visitors i in
all is said and done in the ill an act setting the jurisdictional fake out controversial provisionswent DeFuniak Springs Monday, ApI-II| i
f" I limit of the small claims courtof to the Calendars of both 6.
ensuing: primaries, one solid Walton County at 60000. exclusive House[ last\ week.A .
", i fact about all the candidates of costs and interest; group of twelve, includingthe
providing an effective date. (2)An ninth graders of the Gaskin S
in the State Senate race will net to provide for the electionof School and their principal Mrohn .
stand out: supervisor of registration of Bludworth were introducedto
P County providing further the House of
Walton ; Representatives
T* .'T BELSER is your best bet to duties for said supervisor of re- m: Friday the 26th and they madea t66z
and providing that said tour of both the House and the
y Y truly represent the citizens of supervisor of registration shall be Senate. This was an enjoyable
: ; J the Third District in the Flor- 'I the small claims court Judge or
Walton County; repealing all acts
ida Legislature. Inconsistent herewith; providingan

p4 He will use the Legislative effective date;
common, prac- ReportBy The much discussed bill to ban JOEL T.Candidate. ALFORD
tical "horsesense" of bus- stores, ...... .
a of beer in grocery .
James II. the sale J,4R' a. ;I\/a.\/ _. wr;;:" Y
,, inessman at all times in the fulL The House (of Jimmy Representatives) Prescott drug House stores Bill No and: 33 filling-was stations-
fillment of the duties and The Capitol Committee last week.A .
responsibilities in
of this position of Tallahassee Florida) constitutional amendment re. -' ''' ro-' ',,,,..,,, ,>,.,.,,,,."{. ';:
? uiring county school superin- TO THE PEOPLE'at' # t,W'f.
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honor and trust. This Is a reprint from 'lastyear's tendents to be college graduate :t"ii;\ .. :
report to the people of cleared a House Committee last 1- "' -. *' .; ,
Walton county made weekly A to allow t.hea. '
week. measure OF I (
curing' the past session of the officials to be appointed rather WALTON4aCOUNTY i
ONE SOLID FACTHe Legislature by James H. (JImmy tt.; 4-,.
) Prescoctt, Member of the : i -
House of .
Representatives Wal. !t"" ; ..
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ton County. fj o"i.'5 .." ',-

makes no wild promises, has no axes to grind, has April 29, 1963 From infancy to death :;" "" ;_.
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HALFSIZES the entire ia
population 4 ,
his feet on the ground knows where he is Dear Friends: z.
and
going ;
The fourth week of the current directly affected by law ['f".l-'r; ,
if elected, will guard your rights, privileges and im- Session of the Legislature saw the enforcement. As a child p':; 'il; -

munities with the dedicated zeal of an ardent American. continuation of the case of the adult and senior citizen, -: }..t;, t+
people versus the people aimedat life and property often de- ; ,
providing better governmentfor :'
pends upon the able operation
the residents of the State of to of protective services;

Elect businessman for Florida. peaceful existence depends z
a
a change and then determine The bill to lower a Constablc'straffic makeyou .
if it does not inure to your best interest to have more fees passed the House last upon order.the maintenance of 1:;":,
week despite much controversry ;
businessmen in state government. There will be no I voted against this bill, not because W .
'pussyfooting 'fence I was directly opposed to
stradding' and
'boondoggling'on such a measure but only becauseI look Law enforcement units throughout the world regard-
issues of great import to the citizens of this district had not had an opportunity to less of the political structure under which they operate -
during his tenure in office. You deserve change.He discuss this bill with the peopleof twice are responible for assuring tranquility. In a demo-
a .
our county. I felt it would have cracy worthy of its title, compliance with governmental
been presumptuous of me to vote as policy and law is' effected by enforcement which is'
was born in Holmes Couty, resided in Washington for such a change in our policyor reasonable and which is dedicated to the protectionand

County for years and now resides in Walton County. suggestions laws without of my the constituents.advice and lovely service of each individual citizen.In .

He knows the people within the geographical confinesof I have two bills pending which general, the law enforcement service progresses
should be Introduced early next administration in
according to the quality of public
the district he desires to represent in the Legislature.Elect week '(1) Providing an additional any locale. If trained carefully selected conscientious

MURDOCK BELSER State Senator! $25.00 a month salaryfor GOFF'SReadyToWear public servants are the general rule and not the exception -
the Chairman of the Walton
will such personnel be found in the
then too
County Board of Public Instruction -
Your vote and active support will be deeply appreciated. .) retroactive to October 1, law enforcement. service.
1061. ((2)) An act amending Chap-
Joel T. Alford promises you this type of law enforcement -
ter 61-2986 of the Laws of Flor-
(Open Thursday P.M.)
sheriff. Your vote and supportwill
if elected
your
ida, granting to the County Commission
of Walton County tho TW 652210- N. 9th St., be greatly appreciated.

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5 THURSDAY. APRIL 16. 1964
VOLUME 73-PUBLISHED EVERY TIItJRSDAT THE FUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE J

Club 1 Beta Sigma Phi Green Thumb Club FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL three :Miss Wanda Gatlin from Bar- THE DISCOUNT CENTER
DeFuniak: Garden
Green Thumb Club'sThird Week In Florida boursvllle, Ky., is visiting her par- Thurs. Fri. & Sat. Only
Reid Regular.. MeetingThe ueui Annual Meeting: | 1 bedroom home, two ceramic tile
and Mrs. O. B. Gatlln All white dress shirts, longor
Flower Show I baths, kitchen complete with GE ents, Mr.
Under proclamation of Gov. short sleeves one-third
DeFuniak Spring Garden The annual meeting of the 1 built-in appliances on 100' x 1150'lot 15rr. off.
Farris! Bryant the week of April Colored shirts-boy's & men.
t Club::: met in the Coca Cola .Club Green 'Itxumb UarOvn Club wl in Oaklawn Square. FHA fin-
The third annual flower show 24-30 has been designated as Beta THERE'S NO CHARGE FOR All material matching denim
Santa! Jtosa Beach held i anced. Call Sam TW
was on Rachels u.
for the Wednesday
regular
meeting
of the Green Thumb Garden I room Sigma Phi week, in Florida. with and
us* of Carpet Shampooer sportswear drapery slip
Thursday: Aril 3, at the home of 2521 or Buddy Brazile TW 4-
1st at 3
April
Club of Santa Rosa Beach Florida I p.m. Founders Day April 30, is Mrs. 8746. purchase of Blue Lustre Carpet cover material, all lOc per yd. off
A flower show work with Phy g Comstock SuDjecs 4:16tfchg:
shop
will be held on Saturday specially designated by the Governor under clitcusalom'' ? bore the Shampoo. Fisher Hardware Co. Come by and browse around. Itpd
April 18th from 2 p.m. to 6 pjn.at membership participation was ,a. a day to be emphasized.The coming DEALERSHIP OPEN WITH
conducted-by the President. Mrs. flower show to Mk .iela outuruay l>> ,
the Jack Tar Beach House proclamation follows: Seco Co., makers of
convex
Graef, Mrs. R. M. Sawyer' and April 18, at the Jack Tar Beach reflectors -
Destin. Whereas, the worldwide objectof for territory including
The theme of the show is Na- Mrs. Robert Blue.It Beta Sigma Phi is to congenially House on U. a.: Highway 98; ana Walton, Washington and Holmes
ture, and excerpts from well- was very interesting :as wellas unite young women of the the annual luncheon and installation counties. Apply to Box 2327, Pen- VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
known poems set the mood for most helpful to those who p'anto community for purposes of friendship of officers to be held on sacola, Fla. ltd
enter arrangemens in the cultural developmentand May 7 in the Clayton Restauranton ......
Flower and --
each section. arrange- ---- -- --- '
The theme is "Caj- U. S. 98, Santa Rosa Beach. FOR SALE ; :;
ments, example of horticulture, flower show. for participation In the international : A GOOD REFRIIterator -
and exhibits on education and ties in Spain" and Mrs. Blue very sisterhood of Beta Officers elected to serve for and an apt. size gas range. r
conservation are the three main ably discussed and described each Sigma Phi, and the new club year are Mrs. Clara Reasonably priced. Mrs. G. G.
divisions. Mrs. Eric C. Allen Jr. class of arrangements in the show. Whereas, this organization is Germanese president; Miss Lois Blake, Orange Ave. Itchg >
Show to be held in the fellow- for women desir- Maxon, vice president; Mesdames .
is chairman of the show. created young i CALL k 9
JOE WALLS ;
ship hall of the First Methodist. Hazel Dillingham, secy.; Grace BUSINESS
Admission is free. Entries are ous of cultural and social activity,. machines.
open to anyone who wishes to ex- Church, April 23rd from 3 to 8 and Mann, treas.; Jean Allen, historianand intersection Sales and Services, at
of Bob Sikes
hibit. Whereas, Beta Sigma Phi gives Phyllis Comstock historian. and
p.m.Hostesses were: Mrs. Joe Long, its members an intimate touch Mrs. Clara Germanese will represent Freeport Road, TW 6-4141 for free
SELECT YOUR NEW BIBLEat Mrs. P. O.: Knepper Mrs. Clark with many lives and many minds, the Green Thumb Garden and estimates on repairs, free pick up yb } 4
the home book store, 611 Live Mason, Mrs. Adrian Rivard and and provides a precious guard Club at the State Convention of office delivery. Stationary supplies, I S A
Oak Avenue. You will find over Miss Maude Saunders.DR. against narrowed friendships and the Florida Federation of Garden first equipment, before etc. Check withus
50 editions from the American Whereas, Beta Sigma Phi is a Clubs in Hollywood Beach, May going out of town. ,,iVpbty
World and JESSIE M. McNEILL of enriching intensifying; and 111713. ,F '
Bible Society Holman form FOR BALE: 3X4 FT. FLORENCE -
Collins Publishing Co. The prices OptometristFlorala inspirational experience in the built dining table with five
are fair trade catalog suggestedor Alabama appreciation and enjoyment of FOR SALE: NEW 3.BEDROOM sturdy built chairs. $20.00. See
less. In stock also is a fair announces that her office will the liberal arts apartment, living room, dining I Harry Moore or call 4.4501.
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assortment of Christian books and be closed from April 13 through Now, Therefore I, Farris Bryant room, kitchen, bath and half, I ive
some church supplies.4:2,9,16,23,30Stchg April 23.ATTENTION. by virtue of the authority FHA small down payment, call FOR SALE: 19 FOOT UP.
: : LOGGERS AND vested in me as Governor of the collect MU 2-2950 or MU 2-4390, right Amanna deep freeze. Con-
timber We the State of Florida, do hereby pro- Crestview, Fla. 4:16tfchg: tact after :5 p.m. TW 6.1381. Itpd
FOR RENT: UPSTAIRS' APT., owners. pay top claim April 24-30, 1964, as
4 rooms, gas heat, air conditioned.Ph. prices for hardwood logs and BETA SIGMA PHI WEEKin ALL MY FRIENDS WELCOMEto A Statement To The
TW 6.2151. 4:2tfchg.: timber. Free estimates. JACKSON Florida, and do emphasize a Free Fish Fry, May 2nd from Voters of Walton CountyIn
VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Hill
11 until 4 jn. Nick's Fishing
Founder's Day, April 30th, to be a.m. ELECTCLARENCE
Fla. Phone 2105: days, or Louis observed by the sisters and cltl- Lodge, Basin Bayou. 4:9,16,23,30pd: response to some erroneous
Lowery> 4-3825, Florala, Ala., Sunshine statements that have been madein
of the Friendly
nights. 3:12tfchg.: zzens, SALESMAN WANTED: OPPORTUNITY this campaign, I wish to tell CARPENTERTax
of Florida.
State
: for full time Raw- the voters of the county that I
Farris Bryant, Governor
SALESMEN WANTED: MAN
Business in Walton Countyor
leigh have never at any time stated
wanted to supply Rawleigh Products DeFuniak Springs. Products that I would not sign checks for Assessor of Walton
ms-- to consumers in S. Walton Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Wlthey Car County
sold here over 40 years. the next school bus drivers bonus.
county or DeFuniak Springs. Good and children of Panama City No cash investment re- And will
necessary. On the contrary this you vote for
time to start. No capital required. sent Sunday here with relatives. paymentwill
quired. For personal be in
as interview put the budget whenwe
AGES 813ENROLL Write Rawleigh FAC-4-815, Memphis LADY DISTRIBUTOR Wanted: write Sales Manager, make it up for next year, 1. Fair
Tenn. Mar12,26Apr9,23pd and Equal Assessments
Distributing Director for fastest FAD-40-302, Memphis: Tenn. and will be paid then.
CASH FOR LATE MODEL growing cosmetics company in 4:2,9,16,23: chg. The bonus was held up becausethe 2. Efficient and Courteous service

NOWIN cars, 1958 models up. Buying for U. S. wants a lady resident of FOR SALE: TEN ACRES LAND Attorney General of Florida 3. Modern methods in compiling tax rolls
Eastern and Miami markets. If DeFuniak Springs for DistributorIn with a one bedroom house. Run- instructed the Board not to pay 4. Detailed knowledge of land descriptions
you have a used car to sell, call Walton County. Prestige line of ning water, electricity, kitchen the bonus. As soon as the courts 5. Progressive county and school systems
James Hussey TE 6-2271--8 a.m. cosmetics, sold by appointment, and bath equipped. $2,000 cash gave us permission, we paid the 6. A property owner and taxpayer
till 5:30 p.m. 12:31pd: not door to door. Beginning Investment financed for three first year's bonus in full and the
Mrs. R. D. Sage's"SUMMER in mere handise of and $2,0000 J. F. Donaldson Rt. 3 N. next one will be paid in due 7. A person sincerely interested in serving
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years.
WANTED r
: WOMAN NO TOBACCO Potential
$1,000-$1,500 necessary. course.
some experience In practical income of $500.00 a month. I will DeFuniak Springs. 2 mi. up 4:2,9lCpd Leonia Sincerely CLARENCE CARPENTERYour
PLAYPROGRAM" nursing to help cure for invalid rain you. For information writeor Hlway East. KYLEA
LAIRD
and do light house work > call-Lurline Bush. 106 W. FOR RENT: 100 ACRES cropland County Commissioners vote and support will be appreciatedA
J Mrs. ir. M. Wagner. Rt. I, Nice. Jefferson St., Tallahassee, Florida. cheap. United Farm Agency, District Five
vUle, Fla. .4U 3-30 :9,16chg.>: Phone TW 4-7831. 2:13tfchg: Pd. Pol. Ad.

APARTMENT FOR RENT: United FOR SALE: WATER FRONT I -
June 29--Aug. 7 Farm Agency. Phone TW 4- lots, and wooded In lots. On
831. Choctawhatchee Bay, located on
line in -- SELECTION OF
Okaloosa-Walton county r
"a
9:00: .. 12:00: MON.\ -FRf. Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1 vN t
This enrichment program Faison And Ward Box 259: Villa Tasso, Niceville,

will include puppet shows, Water Wells and Pumps Florida.- .
plays, arts and crafts, USED
games, etc. $8 per week- Easy term*-. Call collect Cold Waves $5.00 and up .: V. LAWSON. OWNER FURNITURE i

Class limit 20. Doo Falcon, Bonifay 647-2376 Shampoo & Set 1.50 and 2.00
Hair Cuts 1.00 .
Wiley Ward, Vernon 535.2188 Elizabeth's Beauty Salon WED.-TIIURS. FRI.
Phone TW 4-7611& 4:16.10:1Spd: : : 5th & Baldwin
Downtown-- --
I Home Phone TE 0-2543: TONY RANDALL See this displayof.. used furniture on display in our
Phone TW 6-3141 2:6tfchg:
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BURL IVES .- second hand annex. You will see some splendid values,

I **..COLOR : in a good selection. Stop by and see them!
t VtmUl inCBi. ....- .

THE GALLOWAY RECORD: ; ..ae1spc aIt's ....- 2 PC.

tk modern

ArabianNightsMare LIVING ROOM SUITE 49.95


Y FARMERS of Outrageous Fun 2 PC .


SATURDAYDOUBLE FEATURE LIVING ROOM SUITE / 19.95

2 PC.


1. Completed program. eradication of screw worm ANGRY THE LIVING ROOM SUITE ." ',>. 69.95

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I : 2. Started hog chlorea eradication PLANET RED PHILCO'REFRIGERATOR 59.95


I 1,. program. In Color I 1 CHEST 5.00

I Filmed In Clnemagic
3. Revived the fire-ant eradication
'.. PLUS I 3 CHAIRS 5.00 EACH
program.

I I fnl !w recMI 1 SWIVEL ROCKER 14.95
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1rt- 4. Provided G1.M
more research funds for E'uIdF

\ animal diseases. I 1,/ y a'11W 2 SECOND HAND RECLINERS 9.95

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7 5. Helped acquire additional tobacco 12 PC. SECT. SOFA WITH CORNER TABLE 19.95

; acreage for farmers. Wile a.ss a.

m C A u.1'ERSA4NTWIATgNlLMOURI' SECOND HAND UTILITY CABINET 7.95

6. Prevented taxation on seed feed

fertilizer and insecticides. SUN.MON.TUES.The. 12 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE 49.95


A Picture 1 DOUBLE CHEST 32.65


PROVEDRECORD SATURDAY, APRIL, 18 ,' To SometL,.,'g 11 PC. SECTIONAL SOFA 39.95


WZEP . 12:35 to 12:45 p.m. Sag!
WESTINGHOUSE RANGE 49.95

OF WDSP : . 7:05 to 7:15 a.m. ROBCfU I $

i PROGRESSAND IDitCHtimince BEDSPRINGS $2.00 -.- X10.00D
WGEA . 8:35: to 8:45 a.m.
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WBGC . 7:45 to 7:55 a.m.

PERFORMANCE -



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DO NOT TRADE IT issues of the campaign over eI/OR u

FOR PROMISES these radio stations each Satur- H RD ..

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Yf .: KEEP A SENATOR IN THE SENATE !I i I i mn1e

Never Outside
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VOLUME 73-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNlAK SPRINGS FLORIDA -,THURSDAY: APRIL Ifl 1964


I Political Announcements# I FOR COUNTY JUDGE


H 2lt. =SFr 'i"e T

FOR SUPERINTENDENT .'' .t
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 1
Subject to the wishes of the

voters in the coming election, 1, .r
John F. Bludworth wish to announce -
myself as a candidate for
Superintendent of Public Instruction A

in Walton county, Florida. I \P It
believe that my experience as a $

teacher, coach, former Superin- '
Indent and Junior High Principalhas

given me a better understanding -
I of problems which face our
school system.
1 have a B.S. Degree from the i P
University of Alabama and a
Masters Degree from Florida State

University in Administration and A

*t Supervision, on the Secondary and
Elementary level I wish to serve FOR SHERIFF FOR SHERIFFI I FOR SHERIFFI FOR SHERIFF .. '
you with no allegiance to certain -
I hereby
I announce as a candi-
schools but with allegiance to I hereby announce as a candi- hereby announce as a candidate hereby announce myself as a 1 am running lor the office of date for re-election as County
each and every school and all the date for Sheriff in the Walton for Sheriff of Walton county, candidate for election as Sheriffof Sheriff of Walton county, and nov Judge of Walton county, subjectto
children in the Walton county county Democratic primaries in subject to the May Democratic Walton county subject to the against the three other candidate the action of the voters in the
FOR COUNTYSUPERINTENDENT School System. I expect to fonfide; e May. I am a life-long resident of primaries. I am 34 years of age wishes to the voters in the Demo- 1 I nave served you well as blienu:; 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. in the past, and want the opportunity If the voters of the county honorme
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION connected personel and other for what is right. I promise you county practically all my life. 1 I I I have received a great deal of to serve you again '1 his with re-election to this office,
tLzeiis on all levels to have a that If you honor me with reelection am married and have four chil- encouragement from my friends year, there is something new in I t will continue to serve the whole
I hereby announce my candidacy smooth operating school system. ] as your Sheriff I will dren, all in school.I and former supporters as well as the Sheriff's race You have county to the best of my ability
for re-election as Super- respectful! solicit your supportand t continue to be for what is right have seven years experienceIn from many who did not supportme seen all of us on the Jobthreeof and feel that my experience as
int indent of Public Instructionof help in the coming electionto tn enforcing the laws of the law enforcement and am a four years ago, and if honored us as Sheriff, and one as Chief County Judge: will enable me to
,gallon County subject to the enable me to become your county.I graduate of the FBI National with the office, I pledge to them, Deputy., I ask you to compare serve you better. I will appreciateyour
May ,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. _
Haying served one term as your Better and Unified Walton County years experience as your Sheriff have attended several, other FBI clean, honest and reasonable law your next bheriff.:; As the father Joe Dan Trotman.
superintendent, I feel more than School System. has enabled me to qualify myself Florida Sheriff's Bureau and State enforcement.. of eight children I feel 1 can be
ever the tremendous responsi- John F. Bludworth. to serve you better. I have attended Fire College training courses. If I am grateful to the people for fair to the young people of this
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bility and sacred trust attachedto several FBI courses in varIous elected your Sheriff, I promiseyou the many favors I have receivedand county. If elected, I ,will meet -

,this important position. FOR SCHOOL BOARD phases of law enforcement four years of competent, impartial feel that I can point with with each community to discuss t.o 1I 1I I
U you are kind enough to reelect DISTRICT TWO md also several courses taught and dependable law en pride to the record made duringthe the need /or law enforcement i
me to a second term as your by the Florida Sheriffs Bureau. forcement. time I have served you ns protection of its families and businesses I

superintendent I will continue to I, W. C. (Will) Gandy, take this I have taken every opportunity I solicit your vote and supportand your sheriff. I am n lifelong resident and the prevention'ot i
stress quality education for our opportunity to announce to you, I could to make myself a more will appreciate any help you of Walton county, memberof crime in that community. 1 have
boys and girls and adult citizensof the people of Walton County that efficient law officer and I feel may give me. Sincerely, Joel T. the First Presbyterian Church, never run for any public ellite;
Walton County and dedicate 1 am a candidate for reelectionto this training and my experiencewill Alford. Masonic Lodge 170 and the Odd other than Sheriff .for 1 feel that
myself, anew to this noble task. the office of school board District allow me to serve you better. Fellows Lodge. (IOOF). ut the office for which 1 am avt. r I

-John E. Baldwin. Two, in the May 5th Democratic -- I will appreciate your vote and Hubert R. ,Atkinson I will appreciate your vote and qualified. 1 worked with the

primaries.I help in the campaign. Sincerely, t""' 1, ,* ---'" ........w' 'x...nea, support in the primary elections. victor Vehicle Commission for a
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER want to thank each and every HOWARD "Andy" ANDERSON.To T Sincerely, )years served as a Florida! Highway .
CURTIS R. MILLER. ft'auoiman, and served uus i
DISTRICT THREE >)
one of you for the wonderful vote The Residents Of The
,;3LT' 2 << herlit in Wanon county Xorytur L x
of confidence that you bestowedupon Third Senatorial District eR ttw Et .
I wish to announce that I ama me four years ago. If reelected a .. s Ii *. When elected 1 will b*
candidate for re-election to the I will strive, as before, I hereby announce my candidacy +1 obligated only to you, the votersof
for the office of Senator Walton county.
office of County Commissioner >
to give you and your children the tAY
from the Third 9iR
Senatorial District y Auma.Y MCDONALDFOR
District Three. I appreciate the type of representation that the ?4,
of the
State
of Florida. I
many favors done me during the people of Walton County
so justly have COUNTY COMMISSIONER
qualified as a candidate for
years I have tried to serve you to deserve.It .
this office and will seek nomination Y ;< T DISTRICT FIVE tAdoffious
the best of ability andI
very my has been a pleasure servingyou a
the
in Democratic primariesIn -
earnestly ask consideration --
in the future.your If honorme and your children for the May 1964. I earnestly solicit 1 wish to announce for reelection
with another term you to this past three years. I am asking you your vote and support in my fur member of me board ..-. -'-
office Twill continue to work to give me a second term In campaign.I i 4Vlrwriw of Cour.ty Commissioners ot Wanton WaKI candidate for
:ahx
for the best interest of all our sucession as a member of your shall provide a program of ci Iag County; rom District five! louse of Representatives from
county at all times. Sincerely, School, Board. service based on the following: +anj [subject to the wishes ot the voters Walton county. I was born in
Hubert Bell I retired from my trade in 1958 1. Shouppe Howell will Intro- >. of: Walton County in the May) Darlington, 2-9-27 and attended
and I am not employed by any duce a bill to abolish the increase primaries. Darlington school. I entered military -

... A... individual or company and I can In car and truck tag prices th?t 1 have been a life-long resident service, served time over-
and will devote my full time and b came effective this year If new of Walton County; and if elected seas; after my military obligation -
effort if necessary to the fulfillment money is necessary then other to this post 1 promise my loyaltyto I returned home and did
of the duties of this office means should be found that will A the people of the county, as various work I then completed
and the school affairs of this be shared by our tourists as wellas a whole as much as to the peopleof high school and then entered Troy
cunty. residents. District t ive. 1 shall always State College, receiving a 13. S.
My past performance Is a matter 2. Shouppe Howell will work for FOR TAX ASSESSOR. have the best interest and well Degree in Business Administration. -
of public record and is open an increase in aid to the older being of the people at heart and .
; for inspection at any time., v citizens rot, Florida. I hereby announce as a candidate will work guided by such principles I am at the present representing
I am a war veteran, a memberof 3. Shouppe Howell will oppose for re-election as 'Tax Assessor / ,* 1 further pledge my loyalty en insurance company which takesme
t American Legion Post 81, a the interference of the Federal of Walton County subjectto FOR TAX ASSESSOR and cooperation with the other over Walton County and I
member of the Methodist Church, Government in any area. the action of the voters In members of the board for the see the various need of the citi
and a member of your present I 4. Shouppe Howell will advocate the Democratic primaries. Clarence has test t interest of the people servdin zens of Walton county.
i av Walton'' county School Board. economy in State Government by I have made every effort to this week Carpenter as a candidate qualified in the such capacity. I slncrcly solicit With my educational background -
Vote Gandy on May 5th. Thank competitive bidding, living within serve the people of Walton County May Democratic primaries for tax your vote and will hold such in I feel that I can represent
you. I prescribed budgets and by reoranization and the general public faithfully assessor of Walton County. confidence: and loyalty in doing everyone with fair and unbiased

; of any phase of State and honestly in the past, Born in 1912 on a farm he was the job if re-elected. representation.I .
government[ that proves necessary.I and pledge myself to give my best the fourth child among a family KYLEA LAIRD I am in favor of democracy-
5. Shouppe Howell will vote to effort to merit approval of the I I of eleven children. In 10 M4: he -.- true democracy where the maj.
a 3 retain an adequate voice in the public if re-elected. married Era Galimore arid began. orlty rule. I will never submitto
legislature for the "smaller rural I will greatly appreciate your I his> family of two childrenHaroldand "" a pressure group or a minority
counties. vote and support in the coming Griselda both graduates of . ..!''t -;r..1 I will stand for the majority.

6. Shouppe Howell will not vote primaries. Sincerely, Hubert. R. Walton High School. / I have always had a conservative -
to do away with homestead exemption Adkinson. I attitude toward the use of
since this would Injure the Ho is a property owner and tax- public funds and I will stand for

FQJR COUNTY COMMISSIONER older people and lower income FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I ayer of Walton County and t iore- all state or county constructionto
tore, has acquired a knowledgeand II
DISTRICT ONE j be
DISTRICT 3 group. : awarded after competitivebids.
as
f an interest In the taxayersof
a F 7. Shouppe Howell will work .
myself a
I .hereby announce as .
.,
this county. Also he has served ,
candidate for County Commissioner - for the conservation of our natural I hereby announce as a candi- #fTmI ,, : :-; o 1 see the need for road improvement -
1AM three terms as a member of the :
District 3 Walton CountyIn resources and thfc development of date to succeed mmyself as County Town Council of DeFunlak I : ...l'- in Walton county, especially -
2hie Democratic primaries to be iirl this area's business Industrial and Commissioner Walton County, acquainting himself with .iJr. :.J our rural roads.I .
Springs "
,.
hep .in May 1964.announcing ss- A I recreational potential. District One subject to the actionof l > /1<'.. '#-,' .-& '. will work toward better
the of the .
problems people as
In my candidacy I 8. Shouppe Howell will work I the voters in the Democratic whole. ...' '1T schools In Walton county for the
vote and and vote for increased benefitsfor primaries. I will appreciate a i. /\J.: betterment of future
earnestly; solicit the sup- 1 :your He he Is sincerely grateful i;.. > the generation -
pof* ,of the people of Walton all citizens in the field of I vote and support. Respectfully, says +,:; 1 : and the rapid Increase in
for the friends he has made these 1J :
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CO>>Q.t t,. 3," '< education and especially in the i MARVIN RIGDON eat years, and If honored with y population.
Tm not A candlate for County field of vocational teachnical education i i "I will work toward compulsory
this office will strive to
Commissioner because of the for boys and girls of the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I serve /': <': legislation for the State Depart-
the people of Walton County to
of individuals Third District not planing to attend DISTRICT 5 ment of Agriculture to
so ltatioJ' of any group I the very best of his ability at all require
nor any clique but I I college. I hereby_announce as a candidate times. sill meat and meat products to
am .a candidate because I want 9. Shouppe Howell will consult for county commiSSIoner Your vote and support will be r f aeet,the same rigid inspection as
and need the job. FOR SCHOOL BOARD with all elected or appointed District 5, subject to the action appreciated! riorida producers are required todo.

Twill specialize in working for DISTRICT. FOUR boards concerning any decision: tobe of the voters of Walton countyIn CLARENCE CARPENTERFOR ... ... .
yo+t. .Respectfully t > reached at the State level and the Democralc primaries. I have FOR SCHOOL BOARDOISTRICT,4 I will expedite every feasible
jack Donald Adair. I hereby announce as,a candI- will not attempt to dictate or made my home in Walton county. effort to bring vocational and
date for the Walton County Board! force any decision upon them. He for' the past 43 years and I have COUNTY COMMISSIONER technical schools to Walton county -
.-FOR REPRESENTATIVEI of Public Instruction, subject to will abide by the decisions made three children in school here. 1 DISTRICT FIVE I hereby announce as a candidate so that industralist will be
the wishes of the Democratic by a conference with local peopleo am familiar with the needs of the for School Board: MSmberDistrict more favorable in locating in Walton -

hereby announce myself a voters in the county.I the county concerned. whole county and will serve the I wish to take this means to 4. county.
eapdidate$ for the -4ffice of Houseof have lived In Walton conty 10. Shouppe Howell will serve whole county if you honor me announce as a candidate for election First, I would like to take this I will support our senior citizens -
.Representatives, subject to the for the past 21 )"ears. ,I am mar- you honestly. faithfully and intel- with the office. Master Mason, as County Commissioner,"DIs- opportunity, to thank the peoplefor especially the blind, dependent
wishes of the voters In the Spring ried and have two children, Igently so that the Third Sena- Church member and Sunday trict Five subject to the wishesof the wonderful vote, that,I received and aged. If there shouldbe
and ;November 3rd. General Elec served in the U. S. Air Force in torial District will improve andpamper. School: teacher 1 will appreciate the voters on the Democratic four years ago. an increase In pay for public
tion. the Korean Conflict. If elected to your vote and support. Sincerely, primaries. I have served the peo- Second, I would like for votersto official state or county let it be
If elected. I promise to work this office I will serve the peopleof "I hope to contact each of you John Henry Cas.ldy.CONSTABLE ple of my District before and the know more about myself. I was Increased let it be Increased for

hard for the people of Waltoncounty. the county In a fair and in person and I sincerely solicit whole county to the best, of ray born in Opp, Ala. Moved,to ,Walton he senior citizens accordingly.
I will work diligently honest way at all times.I your vote, support and help in the ; DI8T. 4 ability and feel this experiencewill county, at the age of six, Master Lodge; No. 225. member
with the Governor of Florida will appreciate your vote and Democratic primaries during May help me to do a better JobIt where I was raised on farm in VXX3 Club.-Adoffious Ward.
and I hereby announce myself as a
all other Interested people, support In this race.J. 1904. I you favor me with your vote., North Walton county. Serving
candidate for Constable, District
Howell will to
C. Turner 10. Shouppe help
so I will greatly appreciate four in Infantry of U. S.
county
Into our your years
being Industry improve the roads of the district 4, subject to the wishes of the experience qualifies me to serveon
that.all our citizens may be gainfully FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER voters in the May 5th Democratic vote and support in the coming Army during World War II.I the school board and to help
emplolyed.' DISTRICT THREEI FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER primary. primaries. am a member of Oak Grove contribute to the planned growth
Paid Political AdvertisementL. DISTRICT I II I am a life long resident .Of ALBERT B. GAVIN Baptist Church married aqd have of the school system.I .

S. "Sam" CampbelRt. 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
2, Box 154 C for the office of County Commissioner date for the office of County Commissioner have two children. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DeFunlak Elementary School. I any time tied to any party or
n-Fun1ak Springs, Florida District 9.subject to the District No. 1, Walton For the past six years I have DISTRICT 3 am active In P.TA. which made it person other than the voters of
COUNTY JUDGE wishes of the voters In the Demo- County subject to the wishes of been employed as a policeman by possible for me to see the needsof Walton county. If voters of Walton -
FOR cratic primaries. the voters in the :May Democra- the City of DeFuniak Springs. I am a candidate for County our schools from a visit to I : county will give me the honorto
take this I will appreciate your vote and tI cPrimaries 1964. This gives me much knowledge of Commissioner from District No. most of our schools in the county. : serve them as their School
I. Jack R. Gatlin. Respectfully. I am a life long resident of this the need for your Constable to 3. Brief history: Native of Walton I am a tax payer ''of Walton Board ember from District 4. I
to support.
opportunity to announce you thatI 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
the people of Walton county the ,officeof C. 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
am a candidate for Iseek CONSTABLE ried to the former Muriel Paul property. charged. Worked as an automo- Mechanical Contractor. So :you children can attend.
County Judge In so doing.Into DISTRICT 4 and have three children. 2. To cooperate with the other bile mechanic. Now own my own fee I know the value of the tax GLENN A. PARKERS
the opportunity to write the I feel I am well qqualified to law enforcement agencies of this business and have made a success payer's dollar. I have long realized -
the lives of all of the people and will I hereby announce as a candi- serve as Commissioner and if you I town and county. of it. the Importance of the school
fact that I love them hon- 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 fairly and will 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
city among them. If you In the I believe the number of yearsI I in the County and will serve which has been used too much,in County Commissioner, Ill see that biggest business in the county demanding M 0C.t666
honor me with this Job 1 have served as your Constable the people in a fair and hone lots of places in this county Waalton County get a dollar's a businessman to offer
Prtmaries.
Democratic ability. 1 gives qualification to give the I way.I My past record as a policemanhere worth for every dollar expended. sound management principles in
and
Sedge my strength vote and people four more Man of will greatly appreciate :soar qualified me to make you a I want your vote. It will be to the spending of the school funds
sincerely solicit your may service In this office on May g5th I vote and support. Constable that you can trust. your interest and Walton County i and in the planning for future
will appreciate any help you will greatly appreciate your vote Sincerely, Your vote will be appreciatedRALPH interest to vote for budgetary needs.

sin. ...... JACK R. GATIJ3C. CLAYTON DAVIS. MARVIN BISHOP RUSHING Haye .1Jam-n:I bleat ,that,my ba kground_and_





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