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 23, 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: VID00225
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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Approved For CountyA W. A. R. S. held Its regular % DEFUNIAK HFTRAD2PUIILISIIED

special project under theAgricultural meeting at the home of Mr. and e
Conservation Program Mrs. Win. Schultz on April 10th
to encourage the establish at 7:30.: Attendance was good and
merit of improved permanent pasture several Items of business was attended -
was announced today by to. ,
Fred Spann chairman of the ABC It was reported that women 0 .

County Committee. Walton county and girls are very much Interested .. I-;
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M.. one of three counties for which In playing Softball again this .;) .
the secial ACP has been ... .. I
project season. Anyone Interested in .' '"
approved. The other counties are playing can contact> Mrs. Harry "'Cj_", :..: ; . I r. J. .0.
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Holmes and Washington. Wallace Jeannla Cheshire or Mr. -

Under the project, cost-sharing Bill Ellis. We also ask that any- VOLUME 7 EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRi GS.Fi'DA APRIL 23. 1961: "" lOc NUMBER 20
permanent pasture as a conserva- one that can give enough time to ,

tion measure and as a needed manage a girls team please con- Buffalo Barbecue it '
land use adjustment will be avail- tact people also. We hope that mR x o !
25 Walton Band Get
able to eligible farmers under a several teams can be organized Saturday, April Superior

special 1964 ACP practice. Cost and managers are needed for ;
sharing will be offered only to : them. W. A. R. S. would like to Everyone is Invited to the big
farmers who have a need to establish have sponsors for the girls team. Buffalo barbecue dinner at the : '

permanent pasture In orderto If any businessman or business- Walton county fair building Saturday t

t make their farms more econ- woman Is Interested In sponsoring! April 25, 1964. Rating Goes to St1 Festival (::1
omic operating units. Mr. Spann a team, will they please get in Serving will be ,between the d ; .
stressed that the purpose of the touch with a member of WJV.R.S. hours of 11 a.m. and 1 pom. spon- ,
.
project is to upgrade the economic Work is still being done to' sored by the Northwest Florida k -

slaus of the eligible farmers and develop the recreational park on' Sportsman's Club. Tickets will be Jaycee Spring Rural Zoning At the West Florida District
in turn the overall economic will Back Lake. The forestry service' $1.00 per plate and children under Band Festival held in Panama
being of the counties involved. was nice enough to come out on 12 only SOc. Caucus SaturdayA Meeting Set City, Fla. on April 3.4 the Wal-

Eligible farmers are those witha Saturday and burn the grass off I Mark this date on your calen- ton high school band won the
relatively low farm. income who and get ready for clearing which dar, because you don't eat buffalo group of more than 100 Jay- The Rural Areas Development right to go to the Florida State
would not be able to carry out the should already be started by now. every day and many have never cees are expected here Saturday, Committee is sponsoring a meet- Band Festival to be held in Tal- {
practice at the regular ACP cost- W. A. R. S. will hold Its general tasted it. Don't miss your chanceto April 25, when the local club ing on rural zoning Monday night, lahassee May 8-9.
share rates. The regular rates are meeting in the very near futureso enjoy a good buffalo dinner. c Yt a 2, will be host at the District: One April 27 at 7:30: p.m. in the Wbl The concert and marching band,

based on less than 500 percent of please watch:your local paper Springs Caucus. The sessions will ton county Fair building. conducted by Fred C. Turner, f-

the cost of establishing permanent I for time and place. It is hopedall Male Quartet At The -- be held at the DeF unlak' Country Roger Hill, from the University made 19 of 20 possible points.
improved pasture. The rates under members of W. A. R. S. will Davis Lane ChurchThe Buick G.M.C. Agency Club beginning at noon. of Florida, will be the speaker the band was Judged superior in
i Junior Chamber of Commerce He has had considerable expert
the special practice will amountof attend and bring a friend. See concert and marching and excellent -
approximately 85 percent of you at the next meeting. Davis Lane Baptist church Opened By CaswellBaker representatives from clubs between ence in this field in other area In sight reading.
the total cost to the farmer. The Pensacola and Tallahassee of Florida. We In the band are proud of
will be host to a male quartet will be at the caucus. Some of the points to be discussed -
this since
maximum acreage eligible for Caswell who has been our band is a young
from Southeastern Bible College.
Walton Schools Closed This meeting is the cul- include: :
cost-sharing under the practicefor associated with the automobile group group of girls and boys, many
Remainder Of Week Birmingham., on Sunday moning, mination of a year's activities by Benefits to be derived from
any one farm will be 15 acres. business locally: ; for the past 15 going to a festival for the first
April 26.This doe
effects
Jaycees in Northwest Florida. county zoning What time.
A will beheld
30-day signup period
has established
his
at the ASC county office for County Superintendent John E. quartet is known for its years business and Is the franchised own Special events are planned by the zoning have on taxation, and ex- In addition to our concert and _
for costshare8sl15tan8 Baldwin announces that all Walton ability to present 'music with amessage" now local group for the meeting wind amles of zoning in other counties. marching band, the stage band
accepting:: requests dealer for Buick Automobiles and
under the special prac- county schools will be closed and is being widely G. M. C. Trucks. ing up with a dance at the Coun- This meeting Is being sponsoredby also received a superior rating,
Wednesday Thursday and Friday used throughout the South and try Club that nigh the Rural Areas Development
tice. The signup will begin on The business! features and will play at the state festival.
of this week for the annual Southeast. prompt subcommittee on recreation and
Spring : I"
Several individuals
April 20 and extend through May played solos
and courteous service at all times
Orvls Miller pastor of the
Holidays.This ,
tourism.
20. The chairman urged inter- with Boy Scout Fund or In ensembes and made high
plentof parking
Is the occasion) of the annual church, cordially invites the pub. area. C.
ratings. The
ested farmers to visit the county following who made
Baker their official
meeting of the Florida Edu- lie to attend this service. says open- Successful
Campaign
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office early In the signup periodin cation Association, held this yearn ing is very successful and hopes Gulf Power Head superior will compete- at the date
order to the ASC County festival:
help all those who have not yet visitedhis
Miami. Candidates InvitedTo
Committee determine the amount I place will come by and look Cecil Floyd) has reported that Sees Bright Future Saxohone quartette: Linda
The School :Board office In :.ha Rally Fish Fry
cf funds that will be needed to over,their new and modern sales the Boy Scout Fund Camaign recently Florida Pugh, Brenda Rowe. Freddie Warren -
W.
courthouse will be closed: during For N.
out the objectives of the conducted in the countywas and Teressa Wheat.
carry and service faculties.
hs tme for emloyees to have Andrew Jackson Post No. 77,
project.> A special ACP allocationis Florala With Mr. Caswell in the new highly successful with an substantial French horn quartette: Bill
ther vacaton. The American Legion, ,
to be made to the three countiesIn crag business are Harry Seymour and increase' over previous A bright future for this part; Blue, Michelle Krlng. Maude
will sponsor a political rally; and of the state was predicted Thurs- Sawyer and John Teelln.
the for making years.
project area Charles Williams sales
"The Bases Are Loaded"It fish fry Thursday April 23, with as representatives stated that he would R. L. Pulley, Gulf Power
approvals under the special prac. Walton with XL D. Pinckard Mr. Floyd day by Trumpet solo: Jimmy Laird.
Jitney Jungle Ad candidates from Covlngton. serving as sales like to exress his most sincere Company president, speaking to French horn solo: Michelle
manager.
counties invitedto
tice.The project was developed by and Okaloosa Byrd Barefield and Bill Murphyare thanks end apprecation: to all a group of newspaper and radiomen I Kring.
The full of .
advertisement free charge.A
the ACP Development Groups in page speak I in the service department. those who contrib .1'd to his I from Walton and Okaloosa Baritone solo: Karen Warren.
the
headed the "Bases are Loaded"given fish fry Is planned on
the three counties in consultationwith campaign and especially; those county Thursday. Piano solo: Linda Pugh.
over to a baseball theme, bon shores of Lake Jackson servingsto and I held at the Coronado 1
the Stae ACP Development men who served as workers In a meeting Trombone solo: Phil Harrison.
Group. The practice was approvedupon behalf of the local Jitney- begin at 4 p.m. Talent Show Monday Night team captains.He motel In Ft. Walton Beach, -Wayne Wooten
Jungle store, even though the PProceeds: realized from the fish
Gulf Power'sfuture
the recommendation of the pointed out that Mr. John Pulley said that the
ASC State Committee by the signature was omitted.We fry will be given to the Legion'sScholarship Don't forget the big Talent Creel was to be especially commended is closely linked with the I Scott Kelly To Be

ASCS Southeast Area Director in believe the Grand Prize Program which enables Search Show Monday night, April for his part In this campaign business fortunes of those in the Here Saturday, Apr. 25
Washington, D. C. The project is stamps offered would Identify the sons and daughters of veterans 27 at 7:30: p.m. in the C Walton and the substantial amounthe area. "We can't pick up enmove" d -
designed to offer additional assistance ad to most shoppers, but Just incase of World War I, World War high gymnasium.This collected as chairman of the he said, and pointed outthis Scott Kelly will be here Satur-

to the larger number of it is a Jitney Jungle ad. : 11[ and the Korean Conflict to is part of a larger talent advanced and special gifts com Is one reason his companyis day, April 25, at 9:30( a.m. in
We had better further obtain college education.
low income family farms in the mention a search contest sponsored by Plg- mittee. so much Interested In the econ- Front of radio station WDSP in
hat he
three counties on which the need price for eggs is. really gly Wiggly store and Band Parents He also had special praise for omic growth of the area. behalf of his candidacy for governor. -'
exists for a small acreage of improved "29c per dozen, insead of the higher MRS. SUSAN ADAMS Associations in this area. Jack Little, Ed Puckett, Ray McKinney John Oertlng, formerly of this i IrA
price mentioned in the
- pasture for family cows ad. Winners from our DeFuniak and Walter Dannelleywho lace, now In charge of the Can; cordial Invitation is extended
and other livestock. Because ofthe' I Mrs. Susan Adam, age 85, of Springs contest jwm compete in were team captains for their tral Division of Gulf Power, toM to all to be present
German Club'" Meeting ..:. 601 South 12th' :street, passed this' soutJ
low' income: of these farms, ; the finalsatPan'sfta: City on May untiring efforts In making of the very raid growth In
establishment of the needed vegetative Sa'Ulrday"'April'25 tXo way, late Sunday night. Mrs. 2 for the grand prize,-of "a 1,000 campaign 'success.Mr. : Okaloosa county-several times at Walton County ,.
often cannot be accomplish Adams was born In Florida and recording contract. Floyd stated that he wouldlike high this quarter a* Jt ',wa UM ,Chamber of Commerce ,, .,
cover without special assis- To all\ members and friends of had been a resident of. DeFuniak Mr. Fred, Turner, Walton high to say thanks to Warren first quarter last ;year, be ald_ Community Calendar '*''j;)';!'"
the German Club': Springs for the past 40 years. Joel CromartIe, Duran dated '
band director, has scheduled an Wright, Mentioning improvements April 23 April 30 r
tance. The Club meets the last Saturday Survivors' include: two nieces, excellent one and one-half hour Bishop Pace Allen, Charles King, for the two counties, he told of abig
night of each month. Mrs. Edith Faye of New Hampshire John Dor. be erected
Club program. Whatever kind of clean Marshall Lightfoot. microwave tower to April 23-Spring Flower Show -
Magnolia Garden This coming Saturday we would and Mrs. Mary Erma Parker entertainment you like, you will sey, Andy Anderson, George here at the company' lot In norh 3:00-8:00.: :

Holds MeetingThe like to honor two men Mr. Lud-I of Pensacola; two nephews, find some of it in the show. He Owens, Landnim Cawthon John DeFuniak Springs. April 24-Rally-Freeport-6:30.
wig Dochterman and Mr. Karl Clifford Creary of Panama City I has talent, scheduled from Freeport Ash Leonard Zepp B., S., Ellisor, April 25-County Club Dance -
Magnolia Garden Club of Keppler for their outstanding and Pete Creary; of DeFuniak Valley View, Paxton, Poncede Howard Griffith Nell Richards. Dayllly Group To Hold 9:00.:

"Point Washington held its April work. Mr. L. Dochterman Is p rings. Leon, Gaskin, Glendale, Lib- Angus Andrews, Geo. Milan, Bill First Meeting ThursdayThe April 27-Beta Sigma Phi-7:30.:
meeting with Mrs. John Fonville known as an artist in paintingand Funeral services were conducted 'rty.k Walton high, Maude Saunders tosay, Winston Wilkinson, Carl Freeport Lions 7:00.:
'In Seagrove Beach. Thursday has made himself quite a from the chapel of Clary Funeral elementary and the West De- Russ, Jimmy Prescott, ,Henry first regular meeting of DeFuniak Lions 700.:
night. Mrs. Eunice Holley was co- i name in Chicago In this profes- Home at 11:00: o'clock Thursday Funiak elementary. Turncy, Eddie Jones, Hubert Ad- the newly-formed Hemcrocallls Talent Show 7:30.:

liostess. sion.Mr. morning. The Reverend Bob Every penny you pay for tickets dnson, Raymond Jacobs, Kenneth Society will be held Thursday at April 28-Rally Paxton-6-30.:
Miss Lois Maxon resided during K. Keppler lived many Cowling officiated. Burial followed goes: to the Walton Band Parents Campbell, Lee Thomas, Shine 7 p.m. In the Coca-Cola clubroom. Beta Sigma Phi 45:00.
the business session when various years in Chicago and showed his in the St. John CemeteryIn Association, and will be helpingthe Sawyer T. J. LIndsey, Folmar Daylily fanciers of the area are Klwanls-t2t5.:

reports from committee chairman talent by assisting Mr. Dochter Pensacola. band to dress in new uniforms White Clyde Moretz, Burvin Pugh Invited to attend, with "Peggy April 29 Home. Demonstration
were presented and minute of the man in decorating the Club house Clary Funeral Home was In and go to State Festival on and Zaba Couch, who served as Chllds" a lovely new pink, to be Council Luncheon-11:30.: .

-previous meeting were read and with wonderful ,paintings; which barge of arrangements. May 8-9. This trip and uniforms workers given as door prize. In addition, Spelling Bee 4th, 5th, 6th
the financial report given. The show German people In their dIfferent already purchased and partially Oren Ritter, local district Boy all new members will receive a p'ades-9:05:

president then turned the meetingover costumes of their provinces Shirts and Skirts delivered will cost over $6,000. Scout executive, reorts the Boy plant as a gift. April 30-Spelling Bee-7th, 8th,
to Mrs. Fonville, chairmanof They not only donated their We don't expect to raise all this Scout Council sen some $19,000- Theme of the first meeting. will 9th grades--9:05.:
the nominating committee who professional knowledge, but quitea Seven couples of our club went on this project, but every' ticket in ,DeFunlak and Walton county be "having Fun with Daylilles"
conducted the election of officers, bit of time' and expense. We are t) visit the promenaders at Lynn you buy will help one dollar's last year with a combined >payroll and plans will be made for the JOHN BRYANT RIQDON
resulting In the following: Presi- all grateful to them and will enjoy Haven Friday; night and enjoyedthe worth. of some 12000. summer and fall program
dent, Mrs. Albert Butler, Vice their Idea and work for yearsto evening. After the dance they Don't forget to come enjoy The camp will open Its summer Mr. John Bryant RIgdon, age 88,
President, Miss Lois Maxon, Secretary come. All members' and guest went to Geno's for refreshments. yourself. session the first week of June M. T. Simmons Market n native and life-long resident of
Miss Helen Strickland are cordially invited.- for .a ,plea- Saturday night ,a few couples -J. D. Wooten, Jr. with an anticipated 1600 boys taking Manager at Casey's IGA Walton county, died Saturday
Treasurer Mrs. Chris Beck, His- sant evening. went to Long Beach Roller Rinkat Sec., Walton Band Parents part In the:program. night April 18, 1964 In a local
torian, Mrs. Murdock Belser and Ludy Huber, Secretary Panama City and enjoyed a The announcemen is made of hospital following a prolonged ill-
Parliamentarian Miss Julia caller from California. Our caller Walton MenusAPRIL the appointment of M. T. Simmons ness. Mr. RIgdon had resided in
Strickland'to be Installed in )..Ilay.It Local Group To Attend Johnnie Everett was calling at a Tlvoli Wins Another 27 MAY 1 of Freeport, whose homeand the Red Bay area and was a member -
: was announced the Spring Jehovah's Witnesses Assem. convention in Boloxl. Miss. family are there, as market of the Red Bay Presbyterian
Flower Show of the Green Thumb Two couples from our club Ulysses Wright led the Tlvoli M'onday-Spaghettl with meat minager at Casey' IGA Food church.
Club of Santa Rosa would be held Clarence R. Patterson presiding went along with Johnnie and school: with timely hitting and sauce, hamburgers, carrot, apple liner. Funeral services were conducted -
at the Jack Tar April 18 from 2 minister of the DeFuniak Spring Shirley to Bolixi and had a real superb pitching to their second and raisin salad, spinach cake Mr. Simmons has had 17 yearsitperlence at 2:00: p.m. Monday afternoon
to 6 o'clock and our member congregation of the Jehovah's nice time. victory in as many sart with peanut butter. icing, H banana - In markets, and Invites with Rev. John Ash and Rev. Tom
Invited to enter. Presidents lunch- Witnesses, announces that 16 Naturally we are looking for- Henry Morgan pitched the first rolls milk. vervone to come by and.try the Padgett officiating. Interment followed -
eon In Crestview April 20, and members of the local group will ward to Friday and Saturday at three innings for the Boys school Tuesday-Chicken and rice with fine meats and service at the IGA In the Red Bay cemetery,
the DeFuniak Springs Garden attend the assembly of Jehovah our own club. and was relieved by Tommy cranberry sauce, hot doc and market. with Comander Funeral Home
Club show April 23. Witnesses to be held this week- Club Reporter, James after giving up five hit*. potato stick, green bean, carrot He reolaces Mr. Murphy Casey, directing.
Miss Julia Strickland, program end, April 24-26. at the ''Fort Mrs. Cecil Mason Singles by King Brown, Ronald and cheese stick, fruited Jello, who 'Is now the manager of the Serving as pallbearers were:
chairman presented the program Beverage Armory, Bay Minette, Jordan Allen Paul and doubledby rolls, milk. IGA Foodllner In. ,_Quincy:: recently Howard Anderson, Curtis Miller,
which was "Around the Clock" Ala. Freeport' Juniors Plan Larry Johnson, and John Thursday-Hot dogs chick purchased by Casey Bro- Joe Dan Trotman Clarence Car
table settings and Introduced the One of the most Important sessions Pol. Rally April 24 Brown resulted in nine runs for salad sandwiches, potato thers, Messrs. Lloyd and Murphy penter Aubrey McDonald and

Judges, Mrs. Janie Blue and Mrs. of the convention will be the Tigers.A frozen mixed vegetable, fruit Casey. Joel Alford.
Gertrude Warren of DeFuniak the Bible discourse Sunday at 3 The Junior Class of Freeport single by Alfred Campbell, cobbler, milk.FridayShrimp. Mr. RIgdon Is survived by his
brings.' The lovely table settings p.m." emphasized Patterson. "Mr. high school is sponsoring a political a doubled by Allen Paul and a Creole over rice, Two Fine ReportsOn wife, :Mrs. Cassle Rigdon of Red

were breakfast, lunch, formal James A. Hinderer, district rep.. rally and chicken supper on trie by Uysses Wright and baseson ham and cheese sandwiches, pot- Cancer CrusadeMrs. Bay, one son Harley L. Rigdon,
semi-formal and Informal dinners presentatlve, will speak, on the Friday night, April 24th. balls to Shorty Frank Henry ato riplets, white acre peas, pine- Pensacola' and one daughter, Mrs.
and were most Interesting and at- subject Facing Up to the, Urgency Plates will be served beginning and Alfred Campbell added the apple pudding, rolls, milk. J. If. Carson, president of Earl Godwin of Freeport. Thereare
tractive. The table settings were of Our Times". This discourse at 5 p.m. in the high school: cafe- final three runs. the Baker Caswell Crusade, announces four grandchildren and one
prepared by Miss Maxon, Mrs. as well as all sessions of the assembly teria. Political rally will begin at MRS. AD ELL HULL PETERSON that on April 15 two outstanding reat-grandchlld. .
Albert Butler. Mrs. Paul Benedict, are open to the public. 8:30: pxn. Chicken Dinner Lakeyard Mrs. Adell Hull Peterson, age collection reports were
and Mrs. J. J. J. Cox. / Friendship Assembly May 9 69. passed away at her home on received by the Cancer Crusade. Billy Mead returned home after -
Delicious strawberry shortcakeand Miss Judy Rivard Was HOMC8OMINO Rt. 2, Laurel Hill Thursday night, The rurltan club from Paxton a more than two weeks' hospitalization -
coffee was served by the hos Entertained At Luncheon The Pleasant Grove Baptist The Friendship Assembly Alterof April 9, 1964 following a long reported a total of $265.00 and in Pensacola, and I la
teases to the following: Mrs. Blue Mrs. Guy McKenzie entertainedMiss church will celebrate their annual Rainbow for Girls, will spon- lines. She was the daughter of Mrs. Johnny Ziel and her helpers recovering from pneumonia. He
Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Carl Stor- Judy Rivard a recent graduate homecoming: on May 3, 1884. sor a chicken dinner in the lake- the late William Hull and Flor- from the Santa Rosa beach area- and his family wish to thank all
rie, guests and members Miss of :Florida State University Come one Come all you will yard Saturday May 9th. ence Atkens Hull of Mlllport, Ala. reported a total of 919000. you wonderfully nice people who
Helen and Miss Julia Strickland, with a luncheon at her home In Winners' from our DeFuniak Serving will be from 11 a. m. She had been a resident of this were so good to him.

Mrs. Roy Burllson. Mrs. Butler, Tallahassee Saturday. There will be Interesting talks until 2 p.m. area for five .month and had Rev. Threlkeld Attends Carroll Nichols and Mr. and
Mrs. Benedict Mrs. Cox, Mrs. W. ,Colorful spring flowers were and much good music. formerly lived in Atlanta. Ga. Scholars Program In Va. Mrs. Jack Nichols of Trenton, Mo.
A._ Holley, Mrs. Cassel Morgan. used as decorations throughout the -The CommitteeMrs. NOTICE Survivors are her husband are visiting their aunt and uncle,
Miss ,Maxon, Mrs. E. Saltsman home. Miniature: graduates marked Perry A. Peterson Laurel Hill, a Rev. Gayle Threlkeld Is In Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Staples. '
and granddaughter Gay Godwin. places for Miss Judy Rivard Fred Hackett returned The Ladle Willing Worker daughter, Mrs. Jack Lee of Columbus Richmond, Va., attending the
Mrs. Chris Beck Mrs. T. W. Mrs. Adrien Rivard Robert Riv- Friday night from Valdosta Ga., Band of the Beech Grove Churchof a sister, Mrs. Ruby Duncan Tower Room Scholars Program at Week's WeatherDate
Hatch and the hostesses. ard. Mrs. John McCasklll, Mrs. where she had been visiting rel- God has postponed their fish of Mlllport, two brothers, Union Seminary. He will return
Melville Jennings, Mrs. Gary tlves. and chicken dinner until Saturday -I Millard Hull of Dallas Tex. William April 25th.
Klndergarter To Present Dandrum, Sara Pat McKenzie and A-IC and Mrs. Wallace Cobb May 9. C. Hull of Detroit. Mich. This project In continuing education High Low Rain
"Patty Sue's Birthday Party Mrs. Guy McKenzle. of Nlceville. spent the weekend and several nieces and nephews. Invites seven ministers at April 15 79 54 -.03
On Friday, May 1st. the Kin- Miss Rivard received several here as guests of his parents, Mr. Mr. Frank Thomas and family Funeral services were held April a time to come to the Seminary 16 83 '41
dergarten will present "Patty lovely gifts. and Mrs. W. B. Cobb. and Mr. Wm.. Merritt who have 11 from the Evans Chapel with as their guests for two weeks 17 83 48 -'
Sue's Birthday Party'. To be heldat Mrs. R. K. Lee and Mrs. Dick been attending the :Florida conference Rev. Henry Meyer of f letting. BurIal residence. During this period each 18 83 50
the High School Auditorium at Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harris spent Peters of Enterrtse, Ala. spent of Social Welfare in Tam- j I followed In the Florala Green- pastor encages In his own intensive 19 83 50 .
7:30 pm.y Sunday In Pensacola as guest of Sunday in DeFuniak guests of a, returned home last Sunday I wood Cemetery with Evans Fun- study on a research project 20 84 58 I .
Admission will be 25c and SOc.:: relative ant friend ,their,friend, Mr.L. S. Cleveland. night. eral Home directing.: t In the Seminary Library. 21 83 52
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q pxe<>,7? PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK HEIiALD-BREEZE t
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visited In Tallahassee. Sunday
VOTE FOR RE-ELECT with their son-in-law and daughter r ..
Ml and Mrs: Rex Ryland,Jr
Mr.. and, Mrs. John Creel and
Mrs. Walter Dannclley attended BELSER.
Hubert R. AdkinsonTAX the Recital of,$CUs"Virginia Dan- "
nelley in Rorhe, Ga., on April 13., "
Mr. and'Mrs. Jerry Kelly' and .
daughter Terri of Gainesville, -
were guest of relatives and a N,, Y FOR f'&d -
ASSESSOR friends over the weekend. . 1 1c
Mrs. Webster Kelley spent last
week In Gainesville and St,

ugustlne.Mrs. Lyle Griswold accompanied STATESENATOR
the Walton High School
Glee Club to Daytona Beach last c

QUALIFIED < .a g weekend.Mrs. C. H. Levy of Pensaeola y 4y r

sent; the weekend here with her
fM mother, Mrs. R..E. L. McCaskill.
BY FRIEND
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Vote For \
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EXPERIENCE ::
y the vested interests but failed to ,
SENAI I ing and l
THIRD
IX TilE VOTERS OF TilE the tax burden on
do so and thereby placed
ALL! t rORIAL DISTRICT: the people with the least ability to pay the
tax increases. They don't tell you that they
WHERE DO WE STAND IN THE YEAR took monies away from your hospital schools
DEPENDABLE L9647 We find ourselves and our businesses; and other county governmental units in Holmes -
bridled by rules, regulations laws, executive County to secure the matching funds
orders, edicts and "what have you" issued with which to construct a new courthouse funds
secured these
could have
when they
and promulgated by Federal and State gov
legalized gamblingand
taxes
increased on
IMMI ernments. Local home rule,is a thing of the from the vested interests which escaped with- *
unless reassert ourselves and our
past we taxation.I .
Born and reared on a farm 1 1r voices. Your voices and protests are no longer ,mt any increased

Life long resident of Walton County heeded by the self-seeking politicians of our .may not make you a great State Senator V

Veteran of World War II, serving three years i in day. bat I .promise you one thing and this I you willSTAND
friends and neighbors:
combat duty overseas. They have brought home to you a few dollars may' tell UP your for you in the Florida Legislature -
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Married and have three children of Federal and State pork barrel pro- and flight' graft and corruption in gov-
jects. They brag about it and they tell you and I will unceas-
In ,All respects
Land owner and tax payerIf they have worked "wonders'. They don't..tell ernment fight farfjtision by government in your
elected to serve as your Tax Assessor for a second you they have increased your taxes a hundredfold constitutional ingly dolts and liberties. This also r
to get these few.dollars.They don't attempt by government to
--- "Shouppe Howell have the farmers, includes any )'
termI tell you how they helped our constitutional
in manner
pledge to each and every one to fight with all my Senate the laborers and the businessmen of the \weaken safeguard against any unreasonable and unlawful
power to keep assessments at a level that will be ac- State third district by increasing documentary t t searches and seizures in your home and C,
Third District stamp taxes and intangible taxes on the houses and places of business.
all. To have fair equal and impartial assess- of these dwelling
ceptable'to instruments evidencing the loans Finally, I promise you that I will work hard
ment and it will always be my purpose to perform the Best Qualified 7'/2 Full citizens when they borrow to secure, funds if or any legislation designed to'assist our
duties of the office in a way that will merit your respect years of government with which to earn a livilihood. They don'ttell that relder citizens the blind the disabled and
service. you that with these few dollars handicapped with all my heart, energy, time
and confidence.I they have secured from the Federal and
would very much like to be able to see all of you Lives District in Center- Holmes Countyof State governments they have also brought and ,ability.
,
control of rights
and State
Federal your
will not be able to do so on account of ;STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS..STANDOJP
but ,
personally, Will represent all the peo freedom, privileges and immunities. They WASHINGTON, HOLMES AND
the duties of my office. Please accept this as my per- pie of the District. I don't tell you that they had the opportunityto WALTON YOR COUNTIES ON MAY 5th I
pines the tax increases on legalized gamb- a
sonal request for your vote and support. Knows area and its people --

YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE Will seek to better District.See Elect Murdock Ftelser'y urfState l

APPRECIATED his platform in this Senator and he will stand, :,p for you

paper. for the next four'(4)) years I
in Tallahassee
Sincerely
Will remain humble,court
eous and will serve not
HUBERT R. ADKINSON direct.
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?PUBLISHEH E'V>;n THURSDAY DeFUNIAKT ice___._FLORIDA_ I.. .
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money
-- Fran- healer scheme. I received."it
U ii _. ".."ostmaster-' >,Urges"OutfOh In a recent case at San of 2300. 1IotbiDa. }-
.- ,.' .- - .-- - Edward H. Johnson doing in excess I
- IWkroid'Beiitg'DetraudedIfotftt cisco should be
business as Comstock Land Company In Philadelphia Jacob 1> Morns emphasized"Posh"
mall'' frauds .filch and E. H. Johnston Com 71, was arrested for probation master Underwood Added'... *st I
Mbat
FOR sentencecd to GO most businesses doin
VOTE and
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millions trom-tbe pubUc annuallyand pany prison was followed by f months days in prison. lie had been placedon mail are reputable flrnuln1luV
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are creasiDePostmaster; I mail for mall ing many that may
probation for five years' probation not
Underwood today that local 'one-half year *
urged liar to the pSrcff
fraud. Johnston was also ordered fraud in 1959. He has ,previously Propective ,.
residents 'take in responding
care I However, if
of $60,000 to time for a similar violation there i it any
restitution served doubt
to solicitations from unknown make it
BURNS Ito is *best to get
HAYDON of worthless desert resulting from "work at InformaJon tNI'reliable
campanies or to "offern too good I purchasers
This latest action sources such as ,
to be true." land near Elka Nevada. I home" schemes. the: Bet
Mrs. Underwood said that she. I Postal inspectors accounted for was for filching $3,000 from the ter where Business Bureau. In eases
there
had received informational mater nearly fifty investors who had public by advertising for personsto for is a genuine basi
lal from Postmaster General JohnA. Signed contracts totaling $250,000 address and mail advertising suspicion of fraud I would
See and hear one Cronouskl about the problemand in the belief that the famous Com- matter with earnings up to $188 like to have Prompt information
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I involved. and offering for sale various public in my
?; that the Postal Service is stock Ranch was weekly oftice-.Qtd:
I will
.t pressing a strong drive against In Augusta, Georgia Homer C sets of instructions and simple : see that the proper person
I WEAR TV" I quackery: by mail, land(fraud pro. Ward pleaded guilty to mail fraud I outfits for earning money at in the Department gets it,"
home sentenced to twc years : home. Most people who sent Marie M. Underwood
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.

Earned Mrs\ Steele will attend a meetlrsf .Heading producers of the entire
Pulpwood Producers January February, March quar- obtain these numbers by the end ']Don( Steele MembershipJ. C the Torch Club in New Or com any. centered on professional C
must 3f April" he said, "will be treated Porch Club
producers
ter. "Pulpwood I leans. This is a conference of the improvement.Mr. .
Must Make Social get an Employer Identification is delinquent employers." Steele-: DcFuniak Springsarea TERCI71TE5SbvARM7caG
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Number and file Social Security "Most pulpwood-using mills,
a Walter Dannellcy
representative of Liberty and Mrs. ?
Security ReportsA return for that quarter," Carey I Carey went on to say "have actively -. 1 National Life Insurance Company, KNOWLEDGE and daughter Virginia visited recently 1 1I
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said, "If they paid wages to one cooperated with the Internal
'has earned membership in the in Winter Park, with Mr.
pulpwood producer hires and 01 more employees." He explained Revenue Service and the'1963 Torch Club. This honor is and Mrs Larry Dannelley and
pays a small crew of men to cut that the Social Security Administration Social Security Administration bused on sales production and family 1}
and haul pulpwood for him. He and the Internal Revenue since last July in trying to explain with
was won in competition more Mrs Webster Kelly is sending
I Service have been working hardto Federal Social Security tax requirements -
has not been reporting their wageson to 1
than 2,000 Liberty N a t n a this week in Gainesville with her \
quarterly Socical Security tax inform all pulpwood producersof to all employers who ,
and Mrs.
and family, Mr.
returns (Form 941)). Will his de- Federal filing requirements, pay wages for the cutting or haul. agents.From April 29-May 3, Mr and son call '
Kelly.
linquency be discovered by the and expressed the hope that all ing of pulpwood." He indicatedthat Jerry ,
Internal Revenue Service or the would meet the April 30 deadlinefor both agencies are requiring. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Karlin of
Social Security Administration the January-March quarter. lull compliance with the law. Chicago were guests of Mrs.

"The answer is definitely yeV Carey advised that pulpwood "Pulpwood producers l and pulpwood Karklm's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. I W 1F.sake.1 year A.m. ,
says John V. Carey, District Man- producers not having an Employer workers must have their Individual Saves Me A Lot of R. W. Tarrance.
ager of the Social Security Administration Identification Number should con- Social Security cards,"
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stressed the April 30 deadline for ternal Revenue Service or the ducer will need his Social Security ? A
filing these returns with the Internal Social Security Administration for card when he makes his Social not of
Revenue Servke to report help In applying for one. "Those Security self-employment tax return Why hard-earned save some dollars HOW MUCH IS IT WORTH TO
employees who worked in the employers who don't have or don't along with his Federal Income your
tax report. A pulpwood with a policy on your "Kynes grounding In law In SAFEGUARD YOUR VALUABLES?
worker will need his Social Security home that covers fire, government (In administrationand
card to show to his em- theft liability wind* In knowledge/ / of Florida
ployer. Application forma for a storm and many other hold promIse for a successful'
Social Security number or for a risks. Not the slightest tenure a* attorney general. i
duplicate card are available at all obligation in giving us a
post offices outside of Panama call. BRADENTON HERALD
City and at all Social Security
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TIIURSPAY. APRIL 23.
VOLUME PUBLISHED EVEltV THURSDAY THE DcFUNIAK HERALD-BREEZE!: _- --- 19C4
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DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined their FFA Chapers
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he was'nt suposed to get any vote ''at all, Won High Point The half-day prostramskllmp- and

with TIlE BREEZEDel and if he got even one that :would, be more 1 Score in Field Day sized use of -

!'Unlak Springs Florida" than he was supposed' .t6r&cdl C: if'l Florida Future Farmer. of quired in school forestry projects

Published Every Thursday at The fact that he received more than 25,. America from five west Florida Mrs. Lou Jones had as guest QJlalsJallJdCdmmll1..b

DeFunlak Springs, Florida percent of the votes cast in such a liberal]i I chapters took part in Forestry for several days last week her
Field Day competlon at Black- Miss Michele Kaye Mitchell -
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area state Wisconsin is an indication of the> water River State Forest April 4. niece of Lake Charles. La They

From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico distrust on the part of those people of the t Winning students and FFA Chapters visited Mr and Mrs. W 3. Mitchell (

Second-Class Postage PaidH. power the federal government Is taking over .. in the various events were in Milton while s. was .
announced by H. E. Wood, State
C. STORRS, Publisher 1824-1963 from the people.It Supervisor of Vocational Agri- here.Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hinote

HOWARD STORRS, Editor Publisher is worthy of note that Gov. Wallace 5 culture: and son flew to San Diego, Calif

SUBSCRIPTION: did-not campaign on a policy of any sort of, Intimating pulpwood and saw- last week to visit his sister and
timber volume-David McDuffie, family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Walton and Adjoining Counties _$300 Per Year racism whatever white versus black i in I 1st place.Walton FFA Chapter of Keny.

Other ______ .____3.50 Per Year any respect but purely and simply on j DeFuniak Springs Earl Edwards, Mrs. /*. F. Bullard returned this For all you lucky gals who can "make
the danger to our nation and to the Indi also of Walton Roger Hendricks, week from Montgomery where she magic" with sewing machine and! needle and
Uible Verse Jay; and Wayne Foster, Munson. visited relatives for several days thread I recommend that you make tracks
vidual and the states and all property rlwhbif I I Contest for estimating tree Mrs. Hugh Adams was a business for CARPS right now. There are dres'
Neither their silver nor their gold shall the federal government keeps on grabbing heights and diameters. Eugene visitor in Panama City on and sportswear "by the as well as '
be able to deliver them in the day of the power. Ccmillion, 1st place, Paxton; Monday of this week. fashions on the racks. You'll find all 1 the <

Lord's wrath but the whole land shall be Wayne Foster, Munson; Alton Paul Teelin, Jr. was home from bright bright solids and the bold, color-of-
On this point we agree with him heartily Nixon, Baker; and David McDuf- Troy State and has as his guest the rainbow stripes in exciting materials.All . 3
devoured by the fire of his jealousy: for and hope that this display of sentiment op'' fie, Walton. Edward Fields, of Headland, Ala. the sewing notions you need tool!
he shall make even a speedy deliverance of 'I I Land measurement Jimmy Frank Thomas and Bill Merrittof
posed to this tendency in government s Huckaba, lit place, Paxton; David State Department of Public Any farm family can save both time
nil them that dwell in the land.-Zeph. 1:18 tered, of course, by the present attitude of, McDuffie, Walton; Larry Johnson, Welfare, will be in Tampa April and money Propane and Butane
oOo the United States Supreme Court-the 'Baker; and Earl Edwards, Walton; IS, 18 17 attending the Florida Gas from WEST FLORIDA GAC CO. For
Haste pow- j In another event-log sawing I'I'I State Welfare conference.Bill here's a fuel that has many uses which increase .
Kerns; of Thought .
er-grab of the so-called civil rights bill->I I competition was by team entry. Merritt visited his parentsfor -, living comfort and convenience on
No man who is in a hurry is quite civilized will have some effect on the Senators now !Winning FFA Chapters were Wai- the weekend in Pensacola. }jJI f.:" the farm . cooking, refrigeration water

. lie that takes time to think will. discussing the bill. (ton, tat place; with Baker, Pax- c heating, home heating . not to mention
act more wisely than he' who- acts on impulse ton and Jay second ,through Dr. J. Anderson (' tractor fuel, milk house sterilizers. broodersand .
We are afraid, however, that the lesson fourth respectively. the opening of his flame cultivation.

. Rushing around smartly is no will be largely lost on them, as the issue is In the log ,rolling contest, also office announces for the Practice of Op- The other day during light rain .
proof of accomplishingmuch . Manners by team entry, Walton FFA Chap- a we
tometry in all Its phases. Eyes
apparently being debated observed late model automobile
on an emotional a on thefj'
ter took first
require time, and nothing is more vulgar place, followed by examined, glasses and contact
highway-traveling the legal limit leave
level, with the proponents already committed Baker' and Munflon' with Jay h
than haste . They stumble that run fast. Chapter"placing fourth. lenses prescribed. the highway to keep from crashing into t the -
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and taking a line handed down from Office hours:
> oOo Walton FFA Chapter accumulated Monday through Saturday car ahead making a left turn. The man had!
above. the high oint score for the 8:00 A.M. to 5 00 P.M. excellent brakes-but slick tires-and a red
:
Death, be not proud, though some have : r r
,
face. Don't let slick tires
At any rate, Gov. Wallace has won a lot day with a total of 44 points. Closed all day Thursday put you-as wellas
called thee Cash awards to winning boys, 602 North Main St. others-"on the spot". Visit WHEAT W
of
from the
respect general for his
public
TIRE SERVICE
and soon. j
chapters, made available
were Phone MU 2.4014
Mighty and dreadful,for' thou art npt so; courage In taking his fight in what he be- by the St. Regis Paper Company, Florida
Crestview Taking care of the troubles that
For those whom thou think'st. tsou -over- lieves to be 'right to all parts of the nation and presented by Alex Duke, for- (beset anything electronic is KAIONBW can

throwestDie and for the type of campaign he waged in St.ester Regis.and forest supervisor for 1 I ELECTRONICS INC.'S business. So call

not poor Death; nor yet canst thou kill Wisconsin The Field. Day was, the last in J 'TW 6.1111 at the first sign of trouble with
III;your television AM and FM" radio, stero,
oOo a series of four in north north
'
me.From -- '
central and west Florida Ornamental Ironwork 1 tape recorder public' address system-any.
rest and sleep,' which but thy pictures The recent news stories concerning the. Service, Florida Association sponsored Shop Located At GaskinAll thing electronic. Dub Grice, George Owen
be, tremendous fish kill in the Mississippi rr0fthe of'the' I"fit\\N'Farmers of America and Dub Howell can repair all 1 makes and

Much pleasure; then from thee much more past three years-and by far the greatest .. and Florida forest industries.The models including color television."A .

must flow; of all this past winter-Inclines us more organized Forestry for Field Day. were wife who cooks and does the dishes,
participation by should be granted these three wishes A
:
And dost with poison, war and sickness and more, toward the theory advanced by I a well-klssed cheek, and a

dwell; Miss Rachel Carson In her book "The Sil- Restaurant Dinner every week. 1 gave this ;:
.
And poppy or charms can make us sleep. as ent'Spring" that the end of our world may poem to my husband years ago, and at least
once a week he takes the family to MOM x },. ;:-
well very well come, not from nucelar poisoningas N. A. DIXON AND DAD'S RESTAURANT. Such a-plea- ,'

oOo seemed very likely at one time, but from sure, such a treat . and t' :3 I f" J t and l .'!' v>
Gov. Wallace' Victory accumulated poisons from the insect sprays Well ]) er service can't be beat . M LION ANDDAD'S. ;.+ 1

The victory of Gov. Wallace in the Wisconsin being used in more virulent form, in greater I specialize in 1, 8 and 4 In. wells. .

primary is heartening to all those concentration and much' longer lasting. Rotary equlpiBent., Call 535-2048. Spring and sr; :. 'ler"-i; ;an outdoor living

who are .disturbed bythe encroachment of These poisons are apparently what killed all Vernon Florida Work Guaranteed outdoor fun ;' j j's and call for
and
sports t rcss. nd for casual and
federal power on the rights of individualsand those fish in the Mississippi river. Campbell WeldingRt. I h.I' iv* : :Rations MIL
states. Achievement-The death of endeavor and l1and the fan.ilih'l+' s :re-and U. S.

The vote received' by the Alabama Gover- the birth of disgust.-Ambrose_ Bierce. 3, Box 143, DeFunlak Soring. and P.P. Fl>ci3: -cant'as wear for the
Florida Phone Florala 4-5691 family-toddlers tool! And they come

all styles, slip-on and lace-up . and

Eaton Real Estate & colors.

To raise chickens that can produce more
Insurance eggs demands feeds that have been designed -

32 Page Full-Color Catalog AgencyAUTOMOBILE. to of bring the birds out the. .full and egg-roducing that kind of capa-feed

Neill'! FIRE.' First National must be supplied to the pullets. Take a tip II


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CONSTRUCTION DETAILS We represent STROUT :< Is your old rug starting to look worn
"" Ri and ragged?.Refuses to look any better after
PICTURES SPECIFICATIONS REALTYIn < cleaning
scrubbing or waxing? No one
< QUALITY FEATURES BONDS: e AUTOMOBILE FIR wants a floor covering that looks dirty all
e1 tr t ALL ABOUT FINANCING Real Estate since 1900 the time, even after repeated cleaning. Take

y ryht ty r QUESTIONS & ANSWERS New Loeafeon 'MARINE CASUALTY a look at the covering floor tile and Arm-
t'rYx9' Lake Stanley strong floor on display at FISHER
ry' COMPLETE INFORMATION
tr INSUrtANOf" "" HARDWARE CO. Put them on your floors
FLOOR PLANS TW 6-4441 and match your rooms sparkl again.

.DeFunfakSPHft** Fla. First National Bank Before you decide on a new car-any "

Send for your Free catalog of homes now, car-I recommend you compare the deal you r"
can get at RIVARD CHEVROLET .
and select the perfect home for your family, -.---- .-.- - &... on any of the five Chevrolet models.COMPANY '"'
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-- And at the same time consider IUVARD
CHEVROLET COMPANY'S service and
; their reputation. For 26 years they have "
JOIL T., ALFORD been giving the customers what they want.

And I am sure you'll find the new car youIJ 1

Candidate For SheriffTO Money isn't easy to'get . it's even
; harder to hold on to. But if you put in a

,w BANK s account at FIRST NATIONAL
u THE and then add to it regularly you'll
PEOPLE '
have a cash reserve to help you meet emer-,
genies--as well as take advantage of op,
OF WALTON portunities.. It takes only a small amount
> saving started on the road ,to security. Start.
today with FIRST NATIONAL.
COUNTY Q+tw'3* vaY While I ve never been guilty of leaving
You need na ...i.. ..awn an*al lh..a ..r.nrtly designed. homei.. The beautiful 3-baMiroom Ctountr/ftejOTi1. *. r ?Tr "Ole Rover" home with a can of dog food I '
If you awn your ,lot or building ttta and 'hava a reputation- _h .. and a can opener, I
: ., t!!!!! t!!!!! MMtllly' occasionally I leave home
paying your billy you urn arranga far 100%loan tot II sou 2. Frdnt r.g .early for PTA or Circle
horn of your chalca In .'o..f minute Construction on YOU.. Only _.__.... Farr 12 Years Infancy to death bo make Meeting and let theEY'S
the Ys oat with
...homo. can Mart almart Inunodlatoly. And Ida Jim Walter entire population to a TV Dinner from CAS.
.."'pi...... plan will. .... you thmnano'i' dollar.... .onwMoalair' paymant appUa* only _, fled T.af directly affected by lair IG A DISCOUNT 1PCJPDL1NER- II
hfll borne. supettars par mouOt forInilda they don t
ploilon your homo.You can ,InenraM your,oqully by doing p.A< nnUhlnf. Local coda sad trao.por-. enforcement. As a chili seem to any
.f ho Inddo Uniting' yaunolf. Jim Walter off... a pockooo of lallon cast, If any', *u* not' InclddjodHera' adult "_ scraps in the K bage plates.
flnhhlng Material conform with each modol bull, Or.If you and senior Cat-., Those TV Dinners real empty
: { af the beautiful new tanm offaraV-ib I are delicious
life and
|I'uU ana and Y
pro'or.Jim Walter will wpply and Imtall' ilia ftnlthlng' malarial I*at property often de- me-aving
...,.cott.!Ith.,way.everything, to flnancod 100% and monthly year by Jim W.&...,.Thare' ore 20 orha/eWcyirtMrfk. aT pends . ,a 5 "
paynwnti ara let up..fit your budget.Start naw by.tending for plan*to chaoio from..oil fuOy.. ItbrtrataxJ I In our'MW tlon of protectiveporn. Isn't the
your free catalog of home. that will give you complete deta I.I 1964 catoloa./ Theta. wo.....two fMke a.*taw koaj> ) landscape beginning to look.
roan trod *-pi..t.coed-honie.oMg.e.All bath with Peaceful existence depends S beautiful with trees and flowers starting to.
I quefy/bcandsodafnOkdotsthr_ ........- upon the maintenance of $ bloom again They make such wonderful
MAIL order. "_ !r for color Photographs. SERVICE
COUPON NOW FOR FREI fI Xn,1 ?
32-PAOCr FULL.COLOR CATALOG yi '' J DRUG CO. has Eastma and Polaroid:
r----------------, Camera outfits and black and white and
w.w41..n1" fa yw..bwfut.ly
wlrnoof rait...our eautrfvf newfvlceor '"" ... I Jim WaJtar CatparattaalMail offlco! Law enforcement units'throughout the world color film and flash bulbs. SERVICE DRUG
s aearaet ) ,
( M regard-
COMPANY
..c"'"""" taltdp atf which 2 f new t.n.G.n name. :.:::1..' rteaM wed ate a......,tuHailaIr .. U I.., ,.t.1.e."., I lees of the political structure under which they operate on your film.also offers two-day processing;
,. . .. r wo are respnnible for
bet.H. "In/r. Send "' "011"" lot M ptopwly 1t L..t.d r assuring tranquility. In a demo A
Sut to avoid dbepporatmenr. / l'' new spark plus didn't do
acoupon cracy worthy of its title any good.
compliance
with
TODAY..,...ft allp.your III'''''..,: I Ile.Ildd.. .- --- policy and law is effected governmental Neither did all the evil thoughts anti oaths
by enforcement which
is and
thareats
to throw
..- I reasonable, and which is dedicated to the protection good kIck only resulted in it in the bay Thef t

A-.n coy a....... Icillll and service of each individual citizen.In power lawn mower still a refused bruised foot.to start II
1..1. ' Your
S .,;al er r.r ':.:.=::::- I '. :..r.s..=-' I general, the law enforcement service progresses Clinton authorized small Briggs and Stratton and
;7U" hrn. motor re air
according to the quality of public administration headquarters
< <:>np AATIC> J in is'VESTEN AUTO
___________ l..... any locale Iftrained, carefully selected, conscientious They can find the trouble ASSOCIATE STORE
public servants 'the -and fIx it.
are general rule, and not the exception
Panama City Flu .. then too, win such personnel be found in the That woman lives who Isn't flattered
? Dothan, Ala. Albany, Ga. DeFunlak Sprlng4> 231HllandPark Tallah..... .,... law enforcement service. by gift of beautiful l flowers
Take it from
N. Hwy. 231 A 2115 New Sylvester Fla. Hwy. 1810' W. Tonnooa.. y Sandy, when
) you want to affection
Cherokee Rd., U. 8. Hwy 90 East P. O. Box 41S Joel T. Alf ad promises you this type of law enforce II to your wife or sweetheart express. when
.P. O. Box 1413 P. O. Box 1017 P. O. Box 674 _.P. O. Box 713.4212.Piton.246.. .: 224-0194 meat if elected, your Sheriff. Your vote and support Want to say "thank you" to a gracious hos-you
P"one.7'2.41*S Phone432.7885: Phone: TW 6-B251 Phone: wilt be-greatfr-appretUtedv . or send congratulations on birthdays -

anniversaries or other special occa.
sloes! flowers from McLEAN FLORIST
T carry the message.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1964
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNJK SPRINGS. FLORIDA -
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I Political l "Announcements C x a a kT r. "'" w w




FOR SUPERINTENDENTPUBLIC

INSTRUCTION

Subject to the wishes of the i x

voters in the coming election, I,,' I L, 'y t .8 H1M1111 ,,e ,, y ; piEt ,
V
John F. Bludworth. wish to ''announce I
candidate for 4, tI
myself as a

Li y Np Superintendent in Walton of county Public Florida.believe Instruction 1 1 i I1 i : "

that my experience as a I ,e htr[[ ,t t : ,

teacher, coach, former Superln- ; (
Y" Y+ 'h74"4 Kf tndent and Junior High; Principalhas : 1j 1j.c.

given me a better understanding t "
of problems which face our -.
school system. o ,, 1n 1

I have a B.S. Degree; from :the 1.

University of Alabama and a f I
Masters Degree from Florida State w;
__ _, _, *
University in Administration and ._ I u 4 i iI ,
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f Supervision, on the Secondary and I FOR SHERIFF FOR SHERIFF 't ,
z rrb Elementary level. I wish to serve FOR SHERIFF. .FOR SHERIFFI . hereby announce as a candidate "-
with no allegiance to certain I running for the office of
am
you
g I hereby announce myself as a I: for re-election as County
schools, but with allegiance; to X hereby announce a -candidate hereby announce as a candidate candidate I for election as Sheriff Sheriff of Walton county, and not Tudge of Walton county, subject 1-1

each and every school and nU'thc for Sheriff in the Walton for Sheriff of Walton county, I II of Walton county subject to the against the three other candidates. ;to the action of the voters in the
children in the Walton county county "Democratic *primaries In subject to the May Democratic wishes to the voters in the Demo- I have served you well as Sheriff Democratic primaries.If .
FOR COUNTYSUPERINTENDENT School System. I expect to fonfide May. I am'a-life-long resident,of I primaries. X am 34 years of age, cratic primaries in May. in the past, and want the opportunity the voters of the county honorme

in and work with all the school the county-and,have -always stood! have made my home in Walton I have received a great deal of to serve you again. This with re-election to this office, 4
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION connected personel and other for what is right.; I promise,you county practically all my life. I encouragement from my friends year, there is something new in twill continue to serve the whole
citizens on all levels to have a that If '''you honorme -with 're am 'married and have four children and former supporters as well as the Sheriff's race You have county to the best of my ability,

'Z hereby announce my candidacy smooth operating school system. I electionas your '-Sheriff I -will all in school. from who did not supportme seen all of us on the job-three and feel that my experience as 4-
for re-election as Super- respectful solicit your support continue to be for whet is -right ''I have seven years experience four many ago, and if honored of us as Sheriff, and one as Chief County Judge will enable me to

intendent of Public Instruction and help in the coming: election in enforcing the laws of the -in law enforcement and am a with the years office, I pledge to them, Deputy. I ask you to compare serve you better. I will appreciate ,

''of Walton County subject to the to enable me to become your county.I graduate of the FBI National and all the people of the county, what you have seen-then select your consideration and vote. '
,
May Democratic primaries. Superintendent and work for a feel that-ray'more than three Academy Washington; D. C., and clean, honest and reasonable law' your next Sheriff. As the fatherof Joe Dan Trotman. ,,'
Having served one term as your Better and Unified Walton County years 'expel'ienceSlMrW have attended several other FBI, enforcement.I eight children I feel I can be
superintendent, I feel more than School has enabled ne Ho-qualifymyself Florida Sheriff's Bureau and State fair to the young people of this ,
'ever the tremendous. responsi- System.John F. Bludworth. to serve you-bet..,.. I have' attended Tire College; training courses. If am grateful; to the people for county. If elected, I will meet
bility and sacred trust attached several FBI cowries in-var elected your Sheriff I promiseyou the many favors I have received with each community to discussthe

'to ,this important position.If FOR SCHOOL BOARD ious phases -of law -enfereeznentand four years of competent, impartial and feel that I can point with need for law enforcement, .'"
are kind enough to re- also several courses taught and dependable law en- pride to the record made during protection of its families and bus
you
DISTRICT TWOI
the time I have served you as
elect me to a second term as your by the Florlda'Sheriff.'Bureau. forcement.I inesses, and the prevention of
superintendent, I will continue to I have-takenevery opportunity solicit your vote and support your sheriff. I am a lifelong resident crime in that community. I have '.(
W. C. (Will) Candy take this of Walton county, memberof
stress quality education for our I could-0 ,ntake'..myself a more and will appreciate any help you never run for any public office
boys and girls and adult citizensof opportunity to announce to :you,, efficient law officer and I feel] may give; me. Sincerely, Joel T. the First Presbyterian Church, other than Sheriff ,for I reel thatis I, .
the people of Walton County thatI. Masonic Lodge; 170, and the Odd
Walton County, and dedicate this 'training -andmy experiencewill Alford. the office for which I am
candidate for re-election IOOF .
am a Fellows Lodge. ( )
allow me-to serve better. I worked with the
noble task. you qualified.
myself anew to this : to the office of school board District will vote and ti i :
X appreciate your t LEf,6aso
-John E. Baldwin. I will appreciate your vote-and Hubert R. Adkinson Motor Vehicle Commission for B
Two, In the May Sth,Democratic help in the campaign. Sincerely, _....._ support in the primary elections. years, served as a Florida Highway ,

primaries.I HOWARD "Andy" ANDERSON. f Sincerely, Patrolman, and served ;you
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER want to thank each and everyone "I ki : CURTIS r.. MILLER. as Sheriff in Walton county for !', .y .

DISTRICT THREE of you for the wonderful vote To The Residents Of The 6 years. When elected I will 1M

of confidence that you bestowed Third Senatorial District i obligated; only to you the voters'
-
I wish to announce that I ama upon me four years ago. If 'reelected I hereby announce my candidacy of Walton county.
candidate for re-election to the I will strive, as before,, for the office of Senator AUBREY MCDONALDFOR
office of County Commissioner, to give; you and your children'thetype from the Third Senatorial Dis- IL I

District Three. I appreciate the of representation that the trict of the State of Florida. I t ;,.l. i4'
many favors done me during the people of Walton County so justly have qualified as a candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER It
years I have tried to serve you to deserve.It this office and will seek'nomina" S DISTRICT FIVEI

the very best of my ability, andI has been a pleasure serving tion in the Democratic primaries i." i Ilia>> rI : t
.f ,
consideration ;;
earnestly ask your you and your children for the in May '1964. I earnestly solicit wish to announce for reelection

in the future. If you honor past three years. I am asking you your vote and support in tny for member of the Boardof Adoffious Wav t, candidate for .
me with another term to this to give me a second term. in campaign.; i County Commissioners of Wal- House of Representatives from

office. I will continue to work succssion as a member of your I shall provide program 'of ton County from District Five Walton county. I was born in
for the best interest of all our School Board. service based on the following: ![subject to the wishes of the votersof Darlington; 2-0-27 and attended

county at all times. Sincerely, I retired from my trade in 1958 1. Shouppe Howell will Introduce Walton County in 'the May Darlington school. I entered military ,
BellFOR
Hubert and I am not employed by any< a bill to abolish'the increase primaries. service, served time over-
individual or company and I 'can in car and truck tag prices that I have been a life-long residentof seas; after my military obligation -
and will devote my full time fend became effective this year. If new r Walton County and if elected I returned home and did

elfort if necessary to the fulfill- money is necessary then other to this post I promise my loyaltyto various work. I then completedhigh
ment of the duties of this office means should be found that will x the people of the county, as school and then entered Troy

and the school affairs of 'this be shared by our tourists as wellas a whole as much as to the peopleof State College, receiving: a B. S.
f r ccunty. residents. District Five. X shall always Degree in Business Administration. -
My past performance is a mat- 2. Shouppe Howell will work for FOR TAX ASSESSOR 1 have the best interest and well 1t!
ter of public record and is open an increase in aid to the older being of the people at heart and I am at the present representing ,,1 t|
I hereby announce as a candi- will work guided; by such principles I'|
for inspection at any time.I citizens of Florida. an insurance company which takes
am,a war veteran, a member 3. Shouppe Howell will' 'oppose date fCJII:'re-elk\lon as Tax -Assessor I X further: pledge my l loyalty me over Walton County and I
of American Legion; Post 61, a, the interference of the Federal of Walton County, subjectto FOR TAX ASSESSOR ana cooperation with the other'' see the various need of the citizens
the action of the voters in members of the board for the
member of the Methodist Church,,, Government in any area. of Walton county.
and a member of your present 4. Shouppe Howell will advocate the Democratic primaries. Clarence Carpenter has qualifies best interest of the people servdin With my educational back-
Walton county School Board. economy in State Government by I have made every effort to this week as a candidate in th such capacity. I sincrely solicit ground I feel that I can represent '
Vote Gandy on May5th. Thank competitive bidding, living within serve the people of Walton County May Democratic primaries for ta> your vote and will hold such in I everyone with fair and unbiased II
and the general public faithfully confidence and loyalty in doing
prescribed budgets; ana oy reorganization assessor of Walton County. representation.I .
you. of any phase of State and honestly in the past, Born in 1912 on a farm he war!" the job if re-elected. am in favor of democracytrue -

government that proves necessary. and pledge; myself to give my best the fourth child among a familyof KYLEA LAIRD democracy where ,the maj_

5. Shouppe Howell will vote to effort to merit approval of the eleven children. In 1034 he ority rule. I will never submitto

retain en adequate voice in the public if reelected.I married Era Galimore and began a pressure group; or a minorityI
i legislature; for the smaller rural will greatly appreciate your his family of two children-Harold will stand for the majority.I .
counties. vote and support in the coming and Griselda both graduates; of have always had a conservative -

p 6. Shouppe Howell will not vote primaries. Sincerely Hubert R. Walton High; School. a'' f1pH attitude toward the use of

; Asns to do away with homestead exem- Adkinson. He is a property owner and taxayer ; 'public funds and I will stand for

s t otlon,since this would injure the of Walton County and there 1iI- all state or county constructionto
f 4., .s older people: 'and lower Income''FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER fore, has acquired a knowledge be awarded after competitivebids.
COMMISSIONER:: .,:
COUNTY
,, ONE
DISTRICT
3 aroup.I I end an Interest in the taxayersof .
DISTRICT
Howell will work Also he has served > 'Tb'i'fit for road improvement
7. Shouppe this county. I see the need
I hereby announce myself aq a C
candidate for County Commis- ''resources and th development of date to succeed mmyself, as County Town Council of DeFunlak A' our rural roads.I .

sioner District 3 Walton County'in to beheld this area's business, industrial'and' Commissioner, Walton County, Springs, acquainting himself with will work toward better

the Democratic primaries recreational potential. District One subject to the action the problems of the people as schools in Walton county, for the
in May 1964. candidacy I 8. Shouppe :Howell Will .WtJTk of the voters in the Democratic a whole. tat Ia ? betterment of the future generation ;

In announcing my and vote for Increased benefit* primaries' I will appreciate your lie says he is sincerely gratefulfor M ;< gPif and the rapid increase in
''earnestly solicit the vote and support for all ciUzbtls'h the Afield .of vote and support. Respectfully, the friends he has made these ;r ; ; 1 population.I .

':) of the people of Walton ;tsffi' education: and ''KyetlsUy in -the MARVIN RIGDON ast years, and if honored with r will work toward compulsory

V County.I County ; field of vocational'''t8aL'bS "ed! COMMISSIONER this office will strive to serve legislation; for the State Depart-
for COUNTY
am not a candiate and girls of the FOR Walton County to
of the ucation for boys DISTRICT S the people of ment of 'Agriculture to require
'Commissioner because of individuals Third District'not planing'to-at; the very best of his ability at all Li all meat.'end, meat products to
'solocitation of any group but I tend college.; I'', hereby announce as a candidate 1 times. i meet the same rigid: Inspection as
nor any clique,I want 9. Shouppe Howell will consultwith for County Commissioner, Your vote and support will be Florida producers are required to
am a candidate because FOR SCHOOL.' BOAttO all elected or appointed District 5, subject to the action I appreciated! do. '
and need the job.I for DISTRICT FOURI 1 boards conceuihlg'sMfr aectshoU[ -to. '6t the voters of Walton county CLARENCE CARPENTERFOR I will___ expedite.. every feasibleeffort
will specialize In working l'1 be reached at the State level and in the Democraic primaries. I have FOR SCHOOL BOARD to bring vocational and
you. Respectfully, dictate! For home In Walton countyfor DISTRICT 4 :
Donald Adair. hereby announce-as 'a'candidate will not attempt o made my technical schools to Walton county
Jack for the Walton County-Beard force any decisten JMpoa 4hem.'H' the past 43 years 8nd have COUNTY COMMISSIONER so that industrallst will be
of Public Instruction, 'subject to will abide by the decisions mad three children in school here. I DISTRICT FIVE I hereby announce as a candidate 'more favorable in locating in Walton
FOR REPRESENTATIVE the wishes of the Democratic by a conference with local people am familiar with the needs of the for School Board Member. county. ;

In the county. of the county concerned whole county, and will serve the I wish to take this means to District 4. I will support our senior citizens
I hereby announce myself a voters I have lived in Walton :-conty 10. Sbouppe,Heweil will serve "whole county if you :'honor me announce as a candidate for election I woulu like for voters .. especially the blind, dependent -
candidate for the'of1ce of House 21 years.-1-amr you honestly, falthfuUy and taMUilgeutly with the office. Master ,Mason | as County Commissioner, District to know more about myself. X eras and aged. If there should
the past
of Representatives, subject toe for ried and have two children so that-.the Third"Senatorial Church member and SundayrScnool Five, subject to the wishesof born in Opp, Ala. Moved to Wal- be an increase in''pay for public

wishes of the voters in the Spring served in the U. S. Air'Feroa in District will improve yes teacher. I will appreciate the voters on the Democratic !, ton county, at the age of six, official,.state or county let it be
and November 3rd. General Elec- Korean Conflict. If elected to ....r vote and support Sincerely, primaries. I have served the people where I was raised on tafjn In Increased let it be Increased for
the office I will serve thei>eople prosper.to contact each of youin John Henry Cassldy.CONSTABLE of my District before and the North Walton county. Serving the senior citizens accordingly.
tion.If elected, I promise to work this of the county In a fair and person and -I jOnscrtOy"'solicit DIST. 4 whole county to the best of my four years In Infantry of U. S. Master Lodge No. 225, member
of Walton aad- [ P"in4IIP ability and feel this experience Army during World War II.
hard for the people at all times. your vote, support YDO Club. Adofflous Ward.
county. I will work diligently honest way vote and Democratic prtmat1es'd1ttIdS'*T will help me to do a better job I am a member of Oak Grove
and I will appreciate your 'I hereby announce myself as a vote.I have
with the Governor of Florida, 196 4. if you favor me with your Baptist Church, married and
all other interested people, to support in this race.J.. C. Turner 10. Shouppe'KOweU WttleVto' candidate for Constable, District will greatly; appreciate your two children that attend West experience qualifies me to serve
Industry into our county, so improve the roads of the'district.' 4, 'subject to the wishes of the vote and support in the coming DeFunlak Elementary School. I on the school board and to help

bring all our citizens may be gainfully COUNTY COMMISSIONER. voters in the May 5th Democratic primaries. am active in P.T.A. which made it contribute to the planned growth;
that emplolyed. FOR THREEI FOR COUNTY' COM'M"' "SiOlrflf primary. ALBERT B. GAVIN possible for me to see the needs of the school system. .
AdvertisementL. DISTRICT DISTRICT I II I am a life lone resident of of our schools, from a visit to X am not at this time or will be
Political
Paid "Sam" CampbelRt. ".. 'candidate hereby announce as a candidate Walton county. I am married and COUNTY COMMISSIONER most of our schools in the county.I at any time tied to any party or
S. hereby announce as for the office of County Commissioner have two children. FOR tax of Walton person other than the voters of
2, Box 154 C Florida for the office of County Commissioner the- District No. 1, Walton For the past six years I have DISTRICT 3 county.am Owning a payer and operating my 'Walton county. If voters of Walton
to
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Springs District 3 object
p.Funlak ,
County subject to-tfcewishes of been employed as a policeman by business in Walton county asa county will give; me the honorto
Demo- for County own
the candidate
FOR COUNTY JUDGE wishes of the voters In the voters in the May Democrat the City of DeFuniak Springs.;> I am a District No. Mechanical Contractor. So you serve them as their School
from
cratic primaries.I -and cPrimaries 1084. This gives; me much knowledge of Commissioner Native of Walton see I know the value of the tax Board ember from District 4. I
I Jack R. Gatlin take this will appreciate your vote I am a !Ife'1 ft&'i'ddeM"4f"t11t8county is I the need for your Constable to 3. Brief history Served: in World War payer's dollar. I have long realized will be grateful; and will work
to announce to you,, support. Respectfully. -and the een' of the late be active under certain County. honorably dis the importance of the school for better schools in which our
opportunity JAMES.. PADGETTFOR I Two and was
the people of Walton county, that a. M.Bishop of Argyle. I am married 1. To help to coDc11uons'l(charged. Worked as an automobile system to the future of our coun- children can attend.
candidate for the office CONSTABLE to the former: "Muriel Foul property. own try and recognize; that It Is the GLENN A. PARKER
X am a I other mechanic. Now own my
In so 1 and have threerell aftn. 2. To cooperate with the the county demanding
of County Judge. doing.Intc DISTRICT 4 of this business and have made a success biggest; business in
the opportunity to I feel I am well qualified to law enforcement agencies; a businessman to offer
seek of all of the people, the as a Candidate serve as Commissioner and if you town and county. of it. dollar sound management principles in
the lives I hereby announce I know the value of a ,,
love them and will to the officeof honor me by electing me to'this 3. And most of all not prey I spending of the school funds
that I for re-election elect me your the
fact little fee and when you M
fairly and office I will work tard for progress upon the public for the for future OS
dispense justice hall Constable District 4. used too much in County Commissioner, I'll see that and in the planning
If you the County and will serve which has been
of In needs.I .
among them. the number years ; dollar'sworth budgetary
believe get a
I Waalton County
esty with this Job in th Constable the people in a fair and honest lots of places in this county. expended.I feel that my background and
me served as your dollar
honor for
I have every
]I record as a policemanhere
primaries 'MY past
Democratic to give the way.I be to 'CL666VOLUME
5th qualification [ vote. It will
May ability I J gives qualified me to make you a want your
.tl7".allP
pledge my strength and people four more''year of 'good win ., year that can tnast.yOUS' your interest and Walton County's Mrs. Fay Kinsey left Friday
anc you
vote Constable
sincerely solicit your service in this office on-May 5th vote and support. wU1 be appreciated. interest to vote Aril 3, to visit relatives In Punta-

will appreciate any help yg1va ma: will greatly; appreciate your DAVIS.vote.CJAYTON ': Sincerely ,, LI I vote, aALPJl1ItI8HINO forHayes 'Barton Gorda, Fla. for a week.

we.JACK R. GATLIN.



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THURSDAY, APRIL 23.. 1964 DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.. FLORIDA PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THURSDAY. APRIL 23 1964'
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK )MERALO-BRJEKZK) .: VOLUME\ 73- ,
VOLUME 73- I .- ___________________.. --

Rural -- *.
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Meeting on .. .1
the first new\ April 27 :;: .,'
Standard brings you Zoning -

Jnste11lgent-people plan' for the m 11t ai?* No. OFFICIAL I PRIMARY\ BALLOT. Initials!l of

antiknock compound since Ethyl future: a home, edu- ;J h Issuing
srsssEi for
cation security I REPUBLICAN, P AI TY. Officer
I.mportant
i as .

t thAt old h t immunity develop a blue- Stub No. 1 ________________
.. '.".
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for "ltC'
print -
I
areas town'SSSsbillboards Signature of Elector: : Initials' of I

I protected residential OFFICIAL PRIMARY\ BALLOT Issuing: :
ehIr districts and attractive .
from the blight of Officer
developments
honky tonks, Junkyards REPUBLICAN PARTY

graveyards, by .
and auto .. ,-+#-
This Is based >_ StubNo.2 2
zcning ordinances. .
of the fact that ;
recognition
upon should be set asidefor No.SAMPLE

I certain certain areas purposes, and that ___________ S OFFICIAL PRIMARY\ BALLOT SAMPLE J

mixing homes, stores and factories ______

Is highly undesirable.But to REPUBLICAN PARTY .
adjacent
rural areas
or city have been permittedto May5,1964 5,
town .
grow like Topsy.. many Um..s. BALLOT Walton! County; BALLOTTo

.',. destroying the beauty of the community Precinct t No.

j,. and effectivelY restrictingthe
expansion of the town bound- vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you

;- \ . aries. The answer In part may be desire to 'vote. .

'I : rural zoning.
Economist Hill I will

Lgi3, .. address Associate a countywide meeting of ..r. State -
concerned .. ;. hi"
4lf! ? elected officials and everyone .
w I '' : '
prob-- "
this important '
with *'
k Fair BuildIng % Governor .
ft 1cm. at the Country .
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27th at 7:30: p.m.. Every -
'
April .
(VOTE FOR ONE)
home owner Ina ,',.,;,
and very
farmer rural area has a stake In this . .. .

matter. It will cost nothing to J THE GOLD MEDALLION U
iJlIl1 KEN FOLKS
cost: f "'
*
be informed, but it may > '

plenty if haphazard development ttJmicAittlIn AND TUE I I .
Is s Ignored. You are urged to be H. B. (Bob) FOSTER


than present enlightened if for no selfInterest.E.other. H. HarveYi reason. HERE IS WIlY / CHARLES R. HOLLEY I'I'I I'I' I

vWW"W" WMVW essence, the Gold Medallion like the sterling world In which everything In your home Is fc fcr /

mark on silver, a sign of quality. A Gold Medallion ptsrrned r your convenience. . il./\, I

ion a horn. means a new world of comfort for you and ... is is the world of total. electric living In a :;i -I __n__ __ .

,;:I your family y . modern i aid Medallion Home. fj. ,

\ ____ r ; . .A world In which your entire home stays f frei' \t.. If Among those from here attending -
4h __ II-i ." /> Gold f tdcllion d<: Home may be of! any size, style I or]' '
: and clean as springtime the whole year round . \: the Masters Golf Tournamentin
r: long It meets these four requirements: Flamelessj.r'. :' Augustus, da., over the week-

. A world In which dozens of reliable elect, '? e: ''C Home eating; Basic Major Electric Appliances; Fulll.1.::. end were Dr. E. H. Myers, Land-

[servants stand ready at all times to help you f inu me.. usrcwert, t fleet present and future electric needs; Good?t rum Cawthon, Vernon Foster and

:-,f pleasure In your dally work.f'f'r hti'' j p'ann' 1 I.for work, leisure and beauty. i. Sonny Harbeson.Mr. The I I

By: M. O... "'"Buddy1" Wnrren -* 1t-< : -;; if,' ;r.r: t'r.t1.iJ': .- ,; --*-"';:;*':lZ t..J. :jf$V *r;;..X** 1./-. : *-rr:,Vrffatlfttt-'rffWyW&fVgMffiVrHWWfyW"-' ':. ;: ....... -t't1t ; : Tommy White of Thomas- Unexpectedhere
: 'f'C't t yule, Ala.., was in DeFunlak Mon-
j I Iii day for a short visit with relative*.
If want to get your
! you
teeth into dental n For Medallion home call 11 f the builders and friends. Mrs. .John White,
some good your new on anj > following f. Sr.., his mother, returned home
, -. advice listen to what a health : !
'-- & with home for a visit with hts today
authority has to .say: Most
Cor .".triv-' ' Ion Fish Hardware '.\ family.
: ___ toothbrushes on the marketare : Copeland :. Company r \ Company
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Miss Parish who is Attending
-- r-* $ Sylvia
too brush large;is the one most that efficient Is- I RachelsO'lTccdnstruction' -:<:: l Company-!*!r Caswell Construction the University of Georgia. i /

i1 : at Athens, Ga.. was home for the
small and easily reaches the 1 Constnfttion ITI *
front, sides and back of every Company ;>: T wit Senterfitt Company t weekend with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. M. .J. Parish, .Jr. on the

L.iTL: tooth.With roer care, your tooth- vr'a '- Freeport Road.
brushes (two are recommended 7 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dorsey spent ;

ittL evening; one for use)morning will give, onefor good i LI ( icui E F ( 1VI Flavr; the Fields weekend in Hartford with, Ala Mrs., and A. on C. fl 4

'1.. --4 Saturday night attended the National -
with cold -
II r 'It's' an important gasoline// discovery! Methyl mileage.water before Moisten use" and rinse t S Electrolux Banquet held '
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at the Houston Hotel in Dothan.
f' \ steps up octane performance so: ) if..Actively; that it stopa power-wasting 't-, 1'-'".. thoroughly after use. If kept -
'!' knock better than other ai, {iknock c compound. Methyl spreads.>. $f** In.:*an ajrttgh\ ,conalner, the> ihi Mrs. Robert Welchof San Fran- ,
( :: ; I any 1 1L. rt bristles will deteriorate.fc fc. i: ; s cisco, Calif., spent several days.
more evenly throughout all cyliivlcra of your engine, stands up under \ I Now, whether you drop in at t tI -<, last week with Mr. and Mrs.

I extreme temperatures. And it's' in Standard gasolines (Crown and Service Drug Company for a 1 II Mitchell Wilkins before leavingfor / NN
tflS New York for a visit with -.n--
Crown Extra) . nt no increase in r====s=================== I number of drugs and medical i3 __* : i- other relatives and friend ,
" price! Another important that I I supplies, you will be treatedto 3
I" way f'a1PfGkl\ LD Dl .
DA I our special brand o f ffriend-"
u'e' take better care of >your' car.OUl' I 3> | J\*\ fell i\. I ly service. Get acquainted 111MFeb. __ Ii

!now' new producing refinery: ( the at new Pancagouln.Standard.,; -Methyl sdemsrk,. ., (for,(nt.knork. compound, I soon at Servlcve Drug Com 250 7'Z':_(Non.) B&Ia1ey Jl'lct1er.' PUP' U. 8. 3-23-84 $$2300. asahi bond estreated. 'tSL 7' ,

Methyl .RaoUnes. i ia America'' OIL I :asMrIr.: Baker KUpatrick. rap" N V D L 3-23-84 $25.00 cash bond eetreated. ;. .,.- .. > -.55. \

roost modern refinery. I pany.This week's' Household hint: .WO::" !u.n.:. Anderson Kilpatrlck. JI'BP' N V D L 3-23-84 $25.00 .cash, bond estreated. -, ? > -. ..._.___________ rnsa $
I
Want to get grease sots off 3iWpduiAIinman Kilpatrick. SUP N V D L 3-12-84 Subject ha valid DIi. .4.II valid at' Urn. S -- _

J. A. McCALQAgent;: DeFuniak Fta.rlf III" wallpaper spots and?apply Place a blotter warm. Iron.over : w as ASOSlThoinas.,Tenry Oracs PfeUfer, FlIP N V I'L' 1 3-2-84 Subject of arrest has valid case DL closed.- CM closed. I

Springs I 28 pierr.L5.n. Parker Kilpatrlck, FliP" Unlawful S 5Pt 3-23-84 $$50OO:; Cash bond eatreated.Buoject .

I w as A-35 - - -- .u __,__._ _......._._.._._.
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I 28 Boliby b ;Charles Danlela Khlpatrick. FlIP No Ve1ld Dr! 230016Carl a-tl-tl4 & ;; &Driver &
A-20 3-23-84 $25.00. Cash bond ..str.ated.w -T
Preach ''Whitaker KiIpatr1ck. FlIP Speed to em$ for condltlo08

COURT CASEII REPORT REPORT WALTON COUNTY. FLORIDA': MARCH, 1M4 i as A-ia. .Ftllure' to 11 R 0 Way 3-23-64 $35.00 Cash bond eetreated.
DATE NAME 'ARRBtlTINO OFFICER CIIAKQES. AT TIME OF ARREST DATE OF *ZJ. DISPOSITION OF CASK 28wB 1.A.7..22Beatberl"" Saltaman. Con.t.
1 S3Deo. .. as tnlawful S SP 3-23-84 $35.00 Cub'bonet eatreated. Ford _
Mar. I Oeorg p. Oretener Saltaroan. Co08t. : Mustang.HardtopNew
8 Henry Vann Alford. Dep.. sheriff B "ag" B with Intent to oomznl'' 3-2-64 DlimUeed. ,on PH. IW as A-23
W-M A T a Misdemeanor 3-23-114. $$23.00$ Cub bond sstxeatsd.I .
I .
Anderson RlchlU'daon.' Dep. Sheriff
1M3Feb. eo2
I James Nichols Perkins. Const.. Public Drunkne. 3-2384't.-. $823.0O cash bond Estreated. 1 DUk 3-23-64 $$2300 Cub bond eatreated.
Mar. 13 Mary Money)' Alford. Dep. Sheriff Wort.bI.. check 3-23-84 J Restitution\ Made .4i. $823.00 cash ,,11su5 Douglass\ Ward Rlcbardaon. Dep. Sheriff Ford
VehIcle 3-3-M $$3000 or 30 days.
bond to to 51 undel control Mustang
Oct. 17 Delbert Hyland)' Cat well.. Dep.. Sheriff No Valid Tag 3-3-64 Released. .. .. to IT. 8. Marshall on Oct.\ 2 ,:''a as tarA O.org."" Collins Pfeiffer.. JI'BP' Failed !
W M-A f 18.. .1064 Violati of .trlcted Operators 3-3..f. $$23.00 or' 30 d&78oINt !!
2 !
:
Nov. 17 Joe O. BednoonDuo. Recpre. Dep. Sheriff Warrant W. O. 3-18-64. Subject baa mad. .restitution. $$23.00$ OI Edward M A-19 Buck Williams Pfeiffer, JI'BP' LiceDe
Cash bond estreated.. Manufacturer's' suggested retail price.Destination,, and state and local If V_ /
charges .
0 Robert N. Balaa Reprea. Dep.> Sheriff N D L. 3-17-64 Subject baa valid DL, No. 3366323.: any.
W M A-18 Mar. 2 Charles Speed tOO Of for Conditions 3-1'7-64' $$2300 or 30 day, not included.Options.such: as.whitewall*!! tires.are*extra coit See. your Ford Dealer. '. for his..Mlllng. price.D ..
10 William Fred Day, RprM. Dep. Sheriff DrunkImproper 3-2-64 30 day, ID Jail to run current with w .as A-63 Dewey Callahan Pfetffer. JI'BP .
W M A-31 on Yin. 3-23-84 $25.00 Cub bond sstrsated.w
State Prime eentanc. ImproPef
11 Mac Arthur\ Carvln Saltaman. Conat.Baltaman. 'Tag .13-11-63 Released to U. 8. Marshall. 5 Willard as Conner Caawen.. Dep. Sheriff
A-U license
II OMA-le OMA-i9 Mac Arthur\ Carvln Conat. No Valid D. L.Reekie 13-11-63 Released. to U. 8. Marshall. I w Travi.as A-so Winford Jones Pfelffer.. FlIP 19'' lJcenae 3-.3-84 3-UI-64. Su9ct Restitution.. ., ,&ha5JOb55S4 made .*. 84O.OO Closed.CUb bond This Is the car you never' expected '1 includes luxury featrre!!* malic. : courtesy lights.. l1oor-mouatecl3-speed shift.

11 Mao Arthur Ca"ln'' Saltaman. Conat.Xllpatrtck. .*. Driving 12-11-63 Released' t to U. 8. Marshall. 6 W1U1aii Monk Ward. Dep. Sheriff W. C. :rBtreated.: :: : from Detroit.. Mustang is so diaeither. not available or available. only at extra coal(

1064 OMA-la. .. 6 w oJ donnY as: A-?Ray Bristol B..dwin.. Dep. Sheriff Boating.. BOd Bill ,, 3-23-84 $$2.100:.\. Cub bond estasated.C 'I :::;:: tinctively, beautiful, it has already, in moat other makes of Cares: Deep foam b bidet( .> also includes these.

Jan. 8 Edward 'Wlzmur FHP' Unlawful. peed .' 3-23-64 $$2300. CUb bond setiestid.w .. .. received. the Award for. ten .standard. '
3-18-64 ,$$2300$ Cub bond eatreated. C N V D 1. I Tiffany seats Padded instrument panel e Full wheel rivera) lure* as equipment: Twioe-a-year (or
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ComeauK SbeaUf
W M A-43 Dep.
19. Barry I. Fctrow Foater.' FHPKllpatrlek Driving while Intoxicated .. 3-18-64 $$200.00 CUb bond estreated. oiJ"n21'" :! .pre. : V D L '' 3-23-84 $$23.OO Cash bond ........t.ed.wStn'lg. . Excellence in American Design.. e Color.keyed all-vinyl, interior e Color-keyeJ, ': "v...all- (COOO-mile,)() ) service schedule e> Wraparound front
N
W M A.-.. I .w Edwarti as:" A-43.'Lewis' Peanon Caawell. Dep. Sheriff 6p ."' .. 3-23-84 $$3300 Cash, bond eetreated. Mustang. brings you the look, the &fire and the flavor' to-wall carpeting. Lumper' r e Curved .side.glass. .. .Heater (unless)orderedof

111M .: :, Sanford S..taman.. Conat. aW p'. the great. European road cars. Yet Mustang is as ,without,' ) e }Front arm .rest. Parallel-Action wind
I eetnMecLW.
INN Cub bond
Drunk
Jan. 23 Jack D. Robinson 3-23-64 $$23.00 cash bond estreated. 3-23-84 $$230O
WSIA40Leon I Charles:l 'nuazn' Trent PIettfer.. JI'BP' N V P L ? American a* its name-as practical as its price. also includes these fc-lu/:;/ .shield wiper* Safety.Yoke& door latches Front
Barn. Andenon. Sheriff Worthless. check 3-23-64 Restitution Made $823.0O cash bond .w as A40f .. .. ..' 3-23-84 $$23.00$. CUb bond eatreated. '.
P L which often in other bells. unless ordered without .
V (
.. tnated. f Anthony P. Bordeaa Kilpatrick FlIP' N ? '. cost extra !! cars: Sports steering Il'lt t ) Self-adjusting
'
2.wB'D7.'lann. : Andenon Sheriff Drunk ( 3-2-64 30 day in jail to run current with 7 as A29' Viola of ht of Way : 3-23-84 $$25.00 Cub bond estzssted.w wheel Cigarette lighter!! e Clove box light 2 auto. brakes 170cu. in. 6-cylinder- engine.
Clayton .
-. State Prison sentence.": Charles Lawrence PSlff5T.. JI'BP
25 .Billy, Don Jones Pfclffer( FHP' Improper Tag 3-3-64 Nolle Proa. :as. A.45.. r Tag 1r 3-23-84 $$3300 Cub bond eatreated.
W M A-33 S Andrew ..1. Dlckenon.. Jr. 81t5flfl.. Coo8'' NO 1tr .
20 Preston Fred Golden. Pfeiffer, FHPRlchardaon' Violation of Restriction of Olaue 1-20-64 Released. Subject bad heart attack.. w as A-33 O rS License 3-10-64 Subject' has valid DL. No. .1207446,...
M A-SS .. Into JI'BP' No Valid ,:: .. Case closed.
Pfeiffer. ,
1WRa . Sheriff Assault WJaM _rS See
Feb. 1 Johnson Dep. Aggravated 3-3-64 On P. H. subject entered. plea to '
to Dangerous display, 01 flrearms- your
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$$1OO.OO or 30 day. INt 3-23-64 $$2300 Cub bond setrsatsd.w
S
1 Johnnie', William Rtchardson Dsp. Sbedff Drunk-: 3-23-64. $$23 OO cash -bond estreated.O3.OO Mar. 10 Doneld! ,. Sho..ter. Nflpatnck PUP Unl.wful 1 : -
2 Leonard Hayes \Pf.itfer, FlIP Allowing' unauthorised Prison to 3.3-94 ( $ : or 30 day. : as n..A-21 1 1Lanl SP 3-23-84 $$2300 Cub bond eetreated.
.
O M A-30 Drive" 1. Tommy ,. .. Unlawful _; '
Byar. FordDealer
7, Doyle)' W.Bdmonsonw 'Repree. ..Dep. Sheriff Drunk 3-18-64. $..00 Cash bond! estreated. .3wJ.= A-36 PfeUfer. JI'BP L 3-23-84 $$2300$ Cash bond estreated.Caah ... .
is A-T' n honfeld N V D .
10 Robert Franklin. Bean Pfelfer... FHPKllpatrJok. No Valid Tag 3-10-64. $$38.00 or 30 day)' ISwD.as A-So: Pfettfer. JI'HP} Valid T''ac n tT-Haul: TraIler 3-23-84 $25.00 bond estrssted.w .

19 W-M-A-2S Rafael a.. Delarosa FHP N. D. L. 3-33-64 $$2300$. cash bond estreated. IS 'Roy as A-Se-r.:. Thomas RICh&edSOfl.< Dep.. Sheriff No .ac ,,:.7" 3-23-64 ((2300 Cash bond sstrs5tsd.w .
I Panamlan-M A-3S 15 MorrIs P. W\nn.\ S..tamaa.. CofliL No valid '. j .
Jr.
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13 Selma Henderson Repre*, Dep. Sheriff Drunk 3-18-64 :
, $$23.00$ Cub bond eatreated. A-U $$2300 Cash bond: estreated.
B 3-23-84
,S. : ten
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W M' A-t .
16 Clint :Wllkerson. Rlchardaon. Dep. Sheriff Drunk OW''.' 3-23-64 $$23.00$ cash bond eatreated. 180 Sf Roosevelt A.":, Paul Reap....... Dep.) Sheriff Aaaawt .. $t2S 00 Caul bond estreated..

WMA-46. .is..WP.rAw..." Ray,. S"tsman. 001l* Esp.P T'lf' ', !..... 3-23-84 $$23.00 Cub bond; eetreated. Fore_: Mustang.. .. -Vinyl-Covered Roof ford MuUr-* $Convertible

104Feb. I'' V D I L .. 3-23-84
17 Dennis Nolan Rlchardaon. Dep. Sheriff Drunk 3-23-64 wR nZ.aney. : B.ccerman Pfettfer.. JI'BP' N .
((2900 cash bond eetreated. as . .13300 or' 30 day)'

IS'W.Feldon.M M A-t Curvas Recprea Dp. Sheriff No 'Tag' 3-18-64. $..00 Cub bond eatreated.Restitution .. 2 23..SWP Phhlhip sc- A-ia W. Venal,!. SaltamCo. 08.... tTnl.wful Improper S r P'' t .- ."r 3-2-e4 3-18-84 $$23.00 or 30 day)' Mustang was designed to be designed by you!

IDW Hamilton Evans. Dep. Sheriff W. O. 3-23-64 Mad 3wJMP RUto Obert PfeUfer.. PEP' -
Peggy M _
$$3000 caah '
bond< 30 days.'
$$2300$ or
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10 W Peggy r' Hamilton Evana. Dep.. Sheriff W. C.Allowing. 3-23-64 Restitution estreated.... Made h $$30.0O Roosetelt i't (none) Paul Pfslffer. SEP' Impropl'f'' Ps". C 3-14-84 Convenience' Option I 260-cu.: in. V-8 e:3-epeed Luxury Optional I Full-lrngth,. h console between' '!! Sports Option,i 2cu.: ? ( in.. 'V-3' e .l-.pecd manual
< cash bond o M ..A-25 transmission Power front I'added' visors KocLer. molJ. Irunsmission. . IVc' iJt'iumeler': and clock
estreated.' c" Crnise-O-Mstio steering aeat* !! sun e 'panel Rally ( )
W.J'Ch..l. Pfelffer.. rEP unauthorised Person 3-23-64 ; : :!: UINt.
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20 W Donald M A-33 Harry: Floyd)' Fedler.' Fit' ? Failed to Have Vehicle U. Control 3-23-64' $$3900$ cash bond. estreated. 2 03. W. Lan.fOrd. Reapre. Dep. 8herttf W. C. :;, radio Backup lights e> Deluxe seat. belt front and hub. e Air (conditioner, e Tintol... flans.: e Vinyl-rov ........,,;

-. 21 Robert A-21 L. .Jone. Pfeiffer. FlIP :. N V D L 2-28-64 Subject baa 'valid DL Case cloaed. . tonic Edward: NO Ta<< $. ..._ 3-28-84 Subject Case had dlsmlsesd.$3iM 'valid tag. that -) ......- rear e Outside- rearview mirror 2-cpeed electric: pf-l". har.ltnproof, e Accent' paint eIripe;> eComcrlilte\ ::.. J3 .

6 ; 21 W Jessie M Lee Massey Vlnaon. FlIP No Valid. J Driver:> License 3-23-64 $$33.00$ CUb bond estreated. :a..DW. 07 Jewehl M A-So: Miller IWpatric", JI'BP'' Pr.. Lie:. .:......c.4, "- 3-24-ef $ CUb bond estisated.ide . wipers. and washers. e Tinted windshield.. .a.se' p fit .>,cr Cj-frsteJ' :-:: ; top e \V'il':' )I toisu:!:! : roT. :'. ......"...

:/ 2IWJ Jeaale M A-37 Lee. Massey,. Vlnaon. FHPSaltaman. .Palled.'.. to Have Vehicle Under Control. 3-23-64 $..00 Cub bond estreated... War. W ;,. ...: WOOle)'. Jr. PfeUfer' PEP' Imp. ,p1 tbiop ,. : 3-24-84 $$29.09 Cash bond sstatsd.Statebeil .

.' 22WJ,Jimmy M A-37",..J. Cantrell . Court.Saltaman Exp. 'Tag' 3-33-64. $$3900 caah bond estreated... 1\vItMPDi\ D.an Oabahn Pfemer'. PEP' NO 1.OI8 lon O t ISItriCtio. {:t : 3-24-84 $25.00 Cub bond eetiested.IS /
M A-2' 15wJ %- : tj.. : Creel Ford Inc. .
23WJ WMA-47 Jack D. Dale.. Jr.. Conet.N,,,', '' p N D L . 3-2-64 Subject ha valid. DL Case cl eed. -3.::,,,3onald, JlaJ'W'OOct' -' Pfemer. PBP N V P L I ," i r: 3-2f-84 $$33.OO Cub bond eatN&t.ed.18WV . Company. ,, .

Pfelffer.. FHPPfelffer. -..4i N DUnlawful- L ." ,- 3-16-64 o Mar A.44 PfeUfer. SEP' P Cash bond sdrS.d.Khlpatrlck .
33 Marcia' Lee Reynolds)' < Subject ha valid DL No. B-SS1744. psuI"' 1 On h11l '!' ". IJJ :. 3-24-84 ; $$29$OO

.23 W Frederics P..A-SO;: : Johnson 'TurplnMJamea FHPPfelffer ' Speed "'. ;* 3-23-64: $$33X10 cash bond estreatee.w ... 1 IIIRalPb_ Taylor Pfeiffer".:..PUP' Improper pkeflfleas. ..-........ . 3-24-84 $........00 .Cash..... bond. eatN&tad.I '

,... as Tommy* Cantrell PIKllpatrick. ',-.., N V D L. 3-23-64 $$2940 oaah bond estreated SOClrefl:&&oWAJN A-4.c.uJory' ., Pitt Dsp IIbeCUf '-a;; pUblIC Speed 3264 $$29.00 Cash bond _tnat.ed.11We . 2O7 West N.lsen Avenue DeFuniak Springs, Florida -
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24. 01 James (Coma) Cooper' FHP .... W. X. .3-23-64. tuO.CIO caah bond eatreated. I W //rt U W. IIecera, Mil... Conet. WOfr'' .. Cbeck: 3-24-84 Restitution.: ..,mad..*) *. .p3.96. c-.. .... _
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Pastor Orvls Miller .
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Rev. Marvin Taylor

first Presbyterian Church E d,+W/tyd , 4111 W /
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dillls Presbyterian Chapel i 5 ate F' ;, I v.
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Gale W. Threlkeld, MinisterKuchee k
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Freeport Presbyterian Churcn
Glendale Presbyterian Church 9
Red Bay Presbyterian Church
John M. Ash Minister
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Rev.George Milan

First Methodist Churcb
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Rev. Sam Shlrah

Wesley; Memorial Methodist ", ""
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J. A. Anthony Jr.

Darlington Methodist Church : }r1Fi
Rev. C. C. Coivln .
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Rev. C. C. Colvin 1

DeFumak bprings First Baptist tw
Llveouk Ac Seventh: Street
W. O. Willhana, Pastor .

East Baptist Church .. AitriOD
Richard II 1 o o d worth, Pastor '.,..', .. \

Baldwin Avenue Baptist Church: ' *c e 'ra y .
W. Baldwin- Avenue ? .
Rev. Wilbur F. Cotton PastorNort.balde

BapUbl Church: : .
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Her. Olen Spence

Gaskln First Baptist ChurchL. G
j G. Johnson Pastor : _

Freeport Baptist Church
W. L. .Clark, Pastor
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Friendship Baptist ChurchC. 4{ ,,4&L1 a a M .RE>.d's.r ,t
Lester Weekly Pastor .
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Rev. Tucker ApUn ' ALL FOR THE CHURCH the miraclecof growth. God's secret is God's! .

Glendale BaptUt Church: onT Church is the greatest factor But h'knows too that wild growth 'means wilderness. Only culti-
J. B. Birmingham, Pastor earth for the building of character ,. ,
and good citizenship. It is a storevatlon makes a garden. .

Rev.Lime Cony Stone Black Baptist Pastor Church house of spiritual values.! Without a So he works. with God. And the result is beauty, fruitfulness,
strong Church, neither democracy '
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Hew Harmony Baptist Churcr nor civilization can survive. There abundance. "
Rev. Kenneth Klckllghter are four sound reasons why every What the man with the green thumb practices in his back yard, thereon .

Oak Grove napUst.Churcb and should support attend the services Church.regularly They Church inspires across the whole expanse' of human effort . the cultivation ". , ,

Kenneth Wadle Pastor ore: ((1)) For his own sake.((2))For his of souls . the realization of our spiritual potential. Working
Paxtou Baptist Church children's sake. ((3)) For the sake of with God! _
Charles Kerby Pastor his community and nation. ((4)) For .-
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church the sake of the Church itself which What do'YOU think life is meant to I be? S 55 '

Rev. James Kinchin needs his moral'and material support. Wilderness"Or the Garden of, God"1_' '. :.... "' ;4NS;:; :;
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Plan to go to church regularly and ,
Freeman Smith, Pastor read your Bible daily. Join us at Church next Sunday. :

Red Bay Baptist Church t*.,
)l I Rev. T. R. Padgett Copyright 1964,KeUter Advertijtn* rvic*,Inn.Strasburg,Va. :

South wid. 1I&IUIh"n: :&.
Rev. Ivan MartinCanejr 'Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 'FrIday Saturday '
Crc k = Psalms Matthew Matthew John Ephesians II Corinthians Colossians
Ui>\.I i courvi.
Robert Knox, PPastor( 104::14-24.. 5:13-20: 13:36-43: 10:31-39: 4:4-16: 6:1-11 1:9-20
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OarUngtou Baptist Church
Rev. Aubrey. Todd These Religious Messages are Beina Published Each Week< in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsored
Lib.riy Aw
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Pastor: GUM Horn PoweU* Assembly of Oc4l by Following 'Interested Individuals and Business Establishments:


Paxton Assembly oi God
F W. A. Wnltaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M.Prescott

West hand: AjuteauxLj of God A GOOD HARDWARE STORK PLUMBING HEATING
M Cary Richards "IF IT BURNS GAS-CALL US"
711 LIVE OAK AVE. A. B. Covell
Cluster Springs BaptUt Church Piggly Wiggly I
Harold Smith, Pastor King: & Co. TI. ORIGINAL Self-Service CONTRACTORComander
FORD
Mossy Head Baptist Mlsslom CAIN'SStandard Rivard Chevrolet
Floyd; Garrett, Pastor StationQA3
I Argyle Baptist Mission OIL PI' Da -iley Furniture Co. Funeral Company
Rev. Lee King WASHING GREASING Company Creel Ford Co. Home

Lake Stanley Baptist Chuiu. ,.... OF COASTAL FLORIDA MERCER COMANDER L. F. D.
i.' Choctawhatchee

Wear Store RITZ THEATRE ,Wis Department Electric Cooperative,
Pleasant N. 9th ST. Henry Koerber
Valley Baptist Church "GET MORE OUT OF LIFE-
T. R. Padgett Pastor Western Auto GO OUT TO MOVIE"" Store YOUR PURINA DEALER Inc.
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LEGAL NOTICES Two Walton Men There are sppToxtmoteTy 600 Club Ai-gyle Met Home Apriil Demonstration 13 Melhlorn. The devotion was given 29, 1964. We had a brief Dr. and ppApril Mrs. Theodore Omley ;

Get students in the college. Edgar i.a is by Mrs. Cornsman. .
High Honors discussion on the different things of Norma .
111.
have been visiting,,,
NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe member of numerous college and Roll call and the minutes
The Argyle Home Demontra- were would like
Board or we to do in our club, in the home of Mr. and Mrs.'
County
Comiuluioner ,
of Walton County. frlorlda. hereby a*- Two men from social organization He is vice- tion Club met Monday. April 13, read by the secretary Mrs. Mer- that could be used in our Fair Harper Roehm. "
Iclarea that It has determined that Apeut.aon Walton county president of Alpha Gamma Rho 1P64 at the home of Mrs. Roy vin Floyd. Mrs. W. T. Parker was Eooth.
area who Mrs. R. R. Hazelwood and dau-
[ bas been duly signed and received high honors and member of the University
I a apointed chairman.
Cornman with program
[submitted the seven members Our program was laundry
by: requisite number at the Joint 42nd probghter Done Jean sent the week
l-o I registered electors who are Sree- Banquet Anniversary Livestock Judging Team. present. Mrs. Clark announced that the Itms. The meeting was adjourned, end in Valnralso

[described holders residing on cutd within petition the, requesting territory Southeastern for Agriculture and 2nd Edgar is a senior in Agricultural The meeting was called to order County Council Luncheon would I refreshments served by the hosand, Mrs. Edd Dusevitch, visiting and fam Mr. I

[the creation ol a Mosquito Control Zeta Conclave of Alpha Education with almost a by the president, Mrs. Rudolph be held at the City Auditorium, Less Reporter fly
I District therein and that the creation held Saturday, March 21, ''B'' overall average. He will I I ,
lot such a district Is feasible. and prac- 1964 at the _
University of
Florida. in of the
luoable to eradicate or control mosIqultoes graduate April year.
and other arthropods In said Alpha Zeta is a national honorary Murdocck:! Leroy Oillls. 20, son ,

I I territory Commissioners and that of Walton the. Board County of County FlorIda fraternity fostering high of Mr. and Mrs. Hay Gillis. Rt. Jet-smooth Chevrolet "'

at Its regular meeting on the. 10th scholarship, leadership, and ser 2. Westvllle, Florida, received the Luxury
(day: of March 1004 fixed May 28th. 1IM4 vice to the profession of
agriculture Award
las the date for Freshman Sophomore
1 mined that' the said name election of the and District deter I in S3 colleges of agriculture! from the College of Agriculture: makes roads feel smooth the
In as as they're printed
-hall Mosquito be Control the- South District Walton should County the Edgar the United States. Leroy toot' been! a member and maps on

tlectors determine to create Jowers. 21, son of Mr. and officer in organization
[district and that Its boundaries such would a Mrs. Hubert Jowers of numerous of Run your finger over a map and find yourself a place to go. Wide seats with foam-cushioning front and rear. Luxurious
B Rt. 2 and and memberBeulah -
fraternity a
be The as follows territory: to be Included in the Ponce de Leon, Florida, received Anna Missionary. tftIptat. I That's! a preview of how it feels to get there in a Chevrolet. wall-to-wall deep-twist carpeting (this year it comes with

u.e posed South district by the shall Unit be bounded on the Senior of the Year Award Church: lie 'is past piWIHAt'. i I We're put what' think is the best suspension even the lowest priced Biscaynes). A choice of I

i Bast Boundary_of the_ district of Mexico shall The be from the College of Agriculture. the Collegiate FFA and"PIli.JJDIIf.: yatem in its class under this great highway per- seven great engines, all precision-balanced for '

I mat line portion from 01 the me Oulf waiton-Bay of Mexico noun.t to- Chronicler Alpha Z t*>' LetS former. A big husky coil spring at each wheel smoother running, with four smooth-shifting

.t le Choctawhatcbee River This line NOTICE TO APPEAR has a 3.16 upper divUKMf t* and double-action shock absorbers to soak up transmissions to match. Everything that makes
shall then be ..
projected northward NOTICE "B" overall1 VI'1/Itl TRADL 11RAYi1
I along the line dividing Range 17 West You are TO hereby: Pearl H. Ward Melvin age with a AjfII8ift8I. I bumps. Over 700 sound deadeners throughout Chevrolet the great highway performer it is.
and notified that He is a senior in
18
Rang West to the A sworn
I corner of Section 12. Range northeast 18 West complaint afalnat! you of In dl.o.e, bas been tiled Education (Vocational AglilS Vb; the chassis and that spacious Body by Fisher to 1 So get out those road maps. And wherever

I northeast Township corner 2 South.of the This district shall be the hereby Court In the above the cause above. and you entitled Are ture) and will graduate fWBedilWF I blot out noise from road and wind. you go, get off to a good start-during& Trade

I The northern boundary shall begin upon the notified attorney and ot required to serve with a BSA degree. I There's a lot of other Jet-smooth luxury, too. eas Tag raw HMMWJV rummMiM 'N' Travel Time at your Chevrolet dealer's.
lat record
the northeast for
corner and the
extend plaintiff herein Thea ward winners .IfIo 1WIntW"thl.
whose
westerly along with section line Xormng name and ad-
dress
the south boundary of Sections 1. answer appeAr or below a copy of your year. Both Leroy and Fd.tb Chetroltt' Impala Convertible
2. 3. 4. 8. and e. Range 18 written d.fen. 1t '. to
West Town- the any er
school togethertDarlington.
complaint In have went to
old 1
.atilp a South until said line Intersects the canes and file
[the hlghwater mark at the. eastern. with original the! answer or written defense Chipola Junior out-
]northern tip of Jolly boundary Bay At shall this follow point the Court on or Clerk before: ot May the. U.above 1964.named lege, and the University of Ttbr- - fit

vlgh tide water mark contour around the PItCh This notice shall be Published one* Ida. They both belong W the
week: for
lOhoctawhatche* Bay and Its tributaries In Th. DePunlak four consecutive W"IN Alpha Gama Rho fraternity. Their AN
Herald .
until reaching the Walton Okaloosa weekly (S tl
[County: Xjlne. Florida.newspaper published In Walton County! home near the Leonia Communityare {
The west boundary of the district WITNESS five miles apart. Both have
ball be that mr: hand and official seal
portion of the Walton
>kaloosa County line extending from thl. a day ot April 1964. plans to become full time farmersIn
(Seai
h. high tide water mark on the north' ) E. LEO ANDREWS the future. Presently both meet! Mp
ore of Choctawhatcbee: to the GUlf Clerk "Circuit Court Y
I Mexico. Walton Countl'. FlorttfaDouglas are preparing to teach Vocational
All registered voters, who are free Attomey By for: r.a AdklnlIOD. Deputy Clerk Agriculture.Mrs. 4y
bold_ and reside within the above M. Plaintiff: I.
scribed territory are eligible to vote Andrews.
for or against the creation of said Mos- P. O Campbell Box and AndrArs :Meredith Straughn spent
alto Control District and to elect the DeFunlak Springs 328. P'lor1da several days last week in Jack-
rlet Board of Commissioners.
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This by order of the Board of County: 4tUI2320.. 11-7. sonville.
Commissioners of Walton County Flor- -'----
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of ISM. a
Board of County Commissioners
Beat) Walton County, Florida
E. Leo Andrew.
Clerk To The Board '" r
- By Forrest A. McDonald. Deputy Clerk HEELBCTCLAYTON
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THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
VCR WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
. IN CHANCERY. NO. 8221 DAVISFor
BETTY SUE WELLS.
1(formerly Mrs. Franklin J. Rushing)

vs- Plaintiff. Constable, Dist. 4
[FRANKLIN J. RUSHINO.

NOTICE OP BALE Defendant. on"l\Iay 5th.
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Notice Is hereby given pursuant to
I Final Decree of partition dated the
|24th day of March. 1964. and entered
I In Chancery Case No. 8221. of the Throughout my entire administration as Con-
Circuit Court of the First Judicial stable this office has Merer'bean burden to
I Circuit In and for Walton County. a any
I Florida wherein Betty Sue Wells Is one. Neither has it cost any unnecessary taxes.
I the Plaintiff and Franklin J. Rushing
Is the Defendant. I will sell to- Every day I have served you .soberly and im
I the highest and best bidder for cash partially.If .
lat the front steps of the Walton
County Court House In DeFunlak
I Springs.! Florida, during the hours of elected OH May. 5th I promise yu another
11:00: and IOO: P.M. on May 18. 1904.I sober and impartial' 'Administration. -
the following described property asset
forth in the said Final Decree,
I.....wlt&
"100 feet by 100 feet lying In a On May 5th I will greatly" appreciate- your vote. CHECK THE T-N-T DEALS ON CHEVROLET CHEYELLE CHEVY XI CORVAIR AND CORVETTE NOW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S
square on the South end of the following .
described land. The .
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descriptions as follows-of CLAYTON DAVIS
plat 100 ft. B A W by 635 ft. Nat .
B on the North end of Lot 24
of Kam-Akers a subdivision of ftiiwrref
Chevrolet
SE>4 of Section 1. SW14 of Section Company
22. NB% of Section 28 and
NW.4 of Section 27 lying Northof .
State Road No. 1 (U. 8. Highway

No.platted the OO. by R'p3.=Tallahassee Garland N. Range Edwards Meridian 19,Westof said ss 7'h" Street Nelson Avenue DeFuniafc Spring Florida. TW 6-2571

plat being ot record In the of flee. I
of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof I
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Walton County. Florida." - -
Dated April 7. 1964
Paul A. Teelln
Wm. 8. (Billy) Fountain ..
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Baker Commissioners Caswell AI/JfIl ..

I ADAMS A PALMER 1
|B y David W. Palmer
I Attorneys for Plaintiff (SWInG" | I Isosens Rusted Holt' 1
IP. O. Box 95 portable
ICrestvfew. Florida ffffffffff. LIQUIDWRENCH
lit: Apl 18 May 16 can opener t1 '1

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE COUNTER
APPLICATION FOR FINAL WITH' A

DISCHARGE 'TOOL O : *...
FLORIDA STATUTES e The w '
In County Judge, leYo..W 4 ruateMwol- 6
Walton County, BRWAUET ........ ..... vent trotlng thot quickly _
of Florida
State ---- loosens
ports
| JOSEPH KBDASIUKIm 10
Deeeand. r It's double _aN"f to. frozen by rust, e
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Probate: ss "corrosion, steteV' ..TsaN.
| re the Estate of east glveyoueasyeHortl. i point varnish

1 19l Notice AU Whom is hereby It May given Concern that Anna RHODES npAdR.nd cewrnlMS cutting .. and. corbaft 0t Qum. .lard. prMtrsC

1 :FMasluk Orushko filed her final S smooth edge. > Guaranteed sefe / > vinyl' cowered ken
96 ort M 'executrix of the tte.of ..... lift -= 411. N. d1...- fsst -awll ty/M"/ eegttLR'.
= Fedasluk. deceased; 12.95 l ODD .= ecOa roUUve lock.
her petition for final discharge
tlfe that she will apply to the Honor- .. 39c 1.95
Up
able Joe Dan Trotman. County Judge
of Walton County. Florida on the 8th .
day of May. 1M)4.) for approval of 0X1
rime and for final discharge as exeentrlx .WOM

c e-a of, the estate this of 10th Joseph day Fedssluk.on of April.:. See"or r seldCtidn of t y ,tw t 24 tooth rakeAmerica's --

1..... mend and women'swatches' F, ; best selling Iswn rshe." 0 I.. ON
Anna Fedasluk y drushko. FLINT R8CKET aping conslructlon.l.as.
executrix of the estate. of fief ere yea"buy. cl..n. becthk can'l worts.. loss.. crass ..fcfdies. .

Joseh Fedasluk. deceased. Birthday smdveffearies. HAMMER COmlort..... ....,. .._
CttTDB B. WELLS ; .S.If l -saarp.nlat.rtetlowK'nund ..

P.Attorney O. Box for Springs 87DBVunlak Petitioner, Florida and gt adu tIod'gtftd FMMOM "Rook*?* bisoss r heed .......

t Ap 16-May 14 trenfltft, bsftme'

IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF Rhodes Jdreletw std driving power
WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA M low piles.
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Point WashingtonAnd ,;quests son-in.law and daughter, 13. Pleasant Ridge Home

The BeachesMrs. Hick and Betty Karklin of ChiCAgO Mi. and Mrs. Chas. Stover, Mr. Demonstration Club
were visiting friends and and Mrs. Joe Andrews and Mrs lrt

relatives here Sunday afternoon. Molly McGee all of Seagrove The meeting was held at the
Attie Mundy, Miss Pat Mr. Perry Holley and Mrs. Rob- Beach, sent Tuesday Aril 14 In Club House on April 15 with eigh '
Mundy and Mrs. Jennie Lorrenall erts of Destin attended church at Panama City. members present, aue to sickness Jack DonaldADAIR
of Gadsden, Ala.
arrived Fri- the Point
Washington Methodist Mrs. Henry Wesley and Misses and vacations The Presiden e
Mrs. is
day. Mundy spending the church Sunday. April 12th, and Betty and Francis Stricklandwere called the meeting to order, she kt
week with her sisters Misses Julia were the dinner
guests of the
Mrs. Geraldine Henderson
shopping in DeFuntak Tues- reported -
and Helen Strickland ,.
while
Miss Roy Burlisons.Mr. .
being sick. Everyone wishing ;
day. i
Mundy and Mrs. Lorren are attending and Mrs Albert Butler and .
her a speedy
recovery.We
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Burlison,
a Nurses Convention in daughter Teressa
visited their
Sr. of Panama City spent Mon- also missed Olga Kelly not
St. Petersburg, Fla. grandmother Mrs Rozelle ..
Bullard
Mrs. \V. A. Holley accompaniedher and other relatives in Panama day, April 13 at their Point Wash- being with us, she was visitingher 1 p
children in Gainesville. Mrs. P
sister, Mrs. Jordan LJndsey City Sunday, April 12th. ington home.
Shaw the devotional
who is spending sometime at Sun. Mr. Harold Saltsman Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fox of Ola gave
was a from the 2nd of .
nyside Beach to her Elba home business visitor in Mobile last Greenville, Ala., spent last week reading 16th Chapter ... FOR
for the weekend of 12th, Mr and week. ht their Sea grove Beach home. John through verses.

Mrs. Robert Tarrance of DeFun- I Miss Julia Strickland and i Mrs. Audrey Peeples, who is The treasurer gave her report '
ink, accompanied by their house- Roy Burlison were spending this month in Montgomery Mrs. Clark talked to us abouttoday' COU'NTYCommissioner
Mrs'j laundry products and also
Panama City City Monday, with her son-in-law and '
handed out pamphlets on the new
-- -- grandchildren, scent a few daysat 1E
traffic laws of vital concern and
her Choctawhatchee: Beach
she reminded us that April was
t home last week. our county council dinner?;'
KING'S I DRIVE-IN Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Munn and
The hostess served real tasty
and DINER nephew Munn Armstrong of Bir-
refreshments. Our next meeting ,
I. mingham, are sending a few days
in May with Mrs. Olga Kelly the
at the Peeles home at Chocta- DISTRICT 3
Tastee-Freez whatchee Beach. hostess. Reporter, Mrs. Cecil

HIWAY 90 WESl Mr. and Mrs. Van Butler of Chesser. "-__

is pleased to announce 1 Panama Gray ton City Beach Monday were shopping April 13.in A young man--willing: tof work! He will make Walton

County LEVEL-HEADED and ECONOMY-MINDED
another 1 Mrs. Steve Barrett and Mrs. a

Holly McGee were business visitors servant.He .
1 in Panama City Wednesday,
FAMILY NIGHTTHIS April 15 and lunched at the Dixie-

COMING Sherman. HALF1R favors participation' the surplus cdmmbdity"

FRIDAY, APRIL 24 Visiting the R. O. Saltsman the

r Tastee Burgers 12c I weekend of April 11 were Major food program for the needy"of"our'county. _
and Mrs. Paul A. Wilcox and chil-

;; Hot Bar-B-Que Dogs 12c.12cMilk end dren Paula Mrs. Bud and John Hammond and Major and tmake"yon Although a diabetic he is a hard worker, earning an'

daughter Becky all of MaxwellAir
ere ae 1 Force Base, Ala. k honest living by the sweat of the brow.
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Shakes 15c 1 Mrs. Mary Grice of Red Bay '"
spent Wednesday with Gene and
French Fries 15c. Lillie Infinger.Mr. look'twice He will WORK for you just as he does fo h 1self.
:,:, .
--- and Mrs. Pete Alaugh and
Fishwiches 19c. son Chappy of Panama City, and All the people of the county will b4 pr6iid of thid

her brother, Mr. Calvin Holley
Flounder Baskets
69c. and son Wayne were the Friday aetlovely' young man as a MEMBER of the BOARD dF COUNTY"
Shrimp Baskets night supper guests of their bro-

AND 59c. ther-in-law and sister. Mr. and COMMISSIONERS. .
Mrs. J. C. Cuchlns. Mr. Holley
FOR THE TEEN AGERS--- .
and son remained for a weekend

TEEN TIME 9--10 P. M. I visit while the Alaughs went on

(free music on the juke box) U to Mobile. He is qualified for the job through EXPERIENCE,
Mrs. Van Butler of Grayton GOFF'SReadyToWear'
King's are also pleased to announce that due to I Beach, spent several days last trained for the job through HARD WORK, capable of

the terrific success of previous Family nights, week in Pensacola to be with her

this will be a regular feature on the SECOND father, Mr. Frank Enzor of Crest- doing the job through EDUCATION AND ABILITY.
I view, who underwent major sur-
and FOURTH Friday of every month. '
fery; at the Baptist Hospital (Open Thursday'PJH.)

"Take out is our Specialty" 1 Thursday morning We are happyto
9trTst.Jiree
TW 682210- N. '
\ ,. Call TW 6-5861 I nicely.report he is recuperating '

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; Buick has a great tr t SmissiOI1. cause the tourist and people who are going fishing* and r


to our beaches for the weekend} to b "-pass our town.'


to help you safely pat cart dOD car*. The d 3.24J miles Practically business hous4sin/ .ttll "c dntY"a'rEt''l' > ne-''
converter type
transmission, we grant tafamilies
An automobile about most log in four
and trucks as well as gas stations. '
you, isn't the most soul-ssirring subject on months.Alt three Buicks used regular gas. hundreds off
earth. Nothing to look at You'11 hear a lot about it in the next coupleof fitted by these people. They buy of gallons
ext u this modern kind of transmission So the Economy Run\ is not just a crow .
But if you'd like tot your new car to years adopted by more and more car country tour for the Mobil people and.a
give you a better break on performance builders.is few car buffs. It's a reliable test of a car aJ gas daily here and are a great help to our cafes, hotels'
and gasoline mileage something happened power team and what it's able to squeeze
J '._ last week to be your guide. What about engines}. out of its fuel.We motels and other business'KousesT'
j ., New York Mobil Of course, an efficient transm"llOD.aeu don't expect everybody to rush-ont
The Lo Angela Run proved to one thing for sure. more efficient! when teamed up with a this week-end to buy a new Buick'lust
Economy in the translean.. agile engine. The winning Buick because we won a few economy trophies.' *
There's missions quite of new a cars.difference power plants were our new V-6 and V8. There are so many! other good reasons for The number of years I have served you as Con-
The 300 cubic inch V-8 in the winning Buick that usually
Three out of four for Buick Buick Special (the lowest- priced lowest ol all gets leaning second to billing.There economy styling tutu.champion stable the 'of ice has never driveh*a'n "business*out off
the
LeSabre
Buicks) and the Buick ( rally. An unusually great ride. Extraordinary
The long-time in the transmission priced big Buick)is like well-conditioned and workmanship. And *
engineering
league-Buick-walked off with e fighter All muscle, no fat. Weighs in at young performance. Small wonder our county by making unnecessaryarrest-; just- for a'
No other single very
1964 economy pennant. Buick. far lets than other V-8's of similar punch. Buick sales are running at 11 3" over last ..
Four make entries of car. won three as winners.many events took every other V-8 in the Economy. Run. year. Fee neither has it been a burden the tax: payers or*
Your type of dl'.lna-l'eau.: : gas) But it's nice to get economy as a plus in a
The winning Special carried the new Super, the The Run was through cities and towns, Buick. Beyond] the clol .rl."Yed on gasoline .
Turbine 30O automatic: transmission across super highways in traffic out of ,there.a certain pride in knowing I you anyone else.
LeSabre was equipped with the Super). traffic. This was not race track! driving orproving have a car that s built to get the most out
Turbine' -400 latest(both in optional a long at line extra of Buick cost / ground; driving. This was your of every tank of gasoline. Constable I will'work toy>
the I
They transmissions re well known for their smoothness kind of driving-even though you these cant Wouldn't You Really Rather As long as serve you as
". to get as good mileage as
The Super expect
shift feel
and absence of Have Buick I
tuned a
produc
their finely
driven
Turbine is a refined and improved torque expert the best interest of every one.


-4F On May 5th I will greatly appreciate your vote.
DEALER. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER IN THIS AREA:.
SEC YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED BUICK


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SPRINGS. :rrl..OntDA 'r VOLUME 73-PuI3LI3IiEDEVERY_ THURSDAY -. _
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TAX NOTICII I K.: O. f : Yunerai Home 25.5O : .. James 1/. 174 Inc.. 123 Kait: Forsyth Street Jacksonville
Pursuant to PJS. No...1..bat 100.2'7Not.1c. th. fo1- Melt... Gladys VTlUkeroonMcKlUaB. j ,10.3O O'Hare, I. J. (Adam Pool Rm) 4 .7. Simmons, D. P. Pariah J. R. 'l' 1, Morlda, and copies may be
Ie b.rebv Prep.rty u.a.ee Jams L.MMden. lQJIO Patrick, A, A. (Black Creek) ...01 I Simmons. Troy L. 6. obtained there upon pnyment of $35.00fur
lowing 11163 Personal I. 1110. aD4 are Willie N. a.77 Patrick A. A. .w.r.. e1l..qU..t AprU th. .... of 1 per- Metcalf Oeor*,. Paul. WUllam O. as.OS Thomas, W. O. 25.05 1 upon returning such.set promptly and
dJ'a..iDlI iD1.ereet at UDl- _Let t&ZY ..rp.Id .. Miller O. W.Miller 3J7Pulkowmkl. JoRti A. 13 81 Wiarren. Dan a. 15.15 In good condition will be refunded
c.nt per IQDnUl; Warrants wWbe W. O.MW. SJBS Remlnrton. Cltfton W. 25.03 Webster, Walter O. 5.25 hi* payment and any non-bidder WEST
betor. May 1.dLr'eCUDII 1904 .... Kmmltt :aajr Rlohard, Otynn W. a.77: Wlg-gs. Willie Country Kitchen) '"."8WUaooD. upon so returning such a set will be IIIWAY 90
i seai1r tbD Ul. TaniPbl.P.rwnMand Wltabam. O. A. a.17> Rbod.., Jams 8. 1.7B Irene 10.20 refunded 4IO.OO.
; of ..... Woolen, Edward N. 4.02 The Owner reserve the right to Reg. $1.98 Shirts Now $1.25
Prop.rtv forJsckuLltu.. Wright, A. O. 1O.20 waive any Informalities or to reject
Wright. M. O. (Furniture Stor.) 74.63 any or all bid*. at $2.00
Coll.ctorWalton left going only pr.
Few ,
*,.. Yearwood EniD '''.63 Each bidder must deposit with his drapes
eou totkl5.j. In the amount. form
ltAprll23 bid security
A *; I Orocery 10JO and subject to the conditions providedIn Men and Children's shower shoes Now 29c
Adklson Jonn W. 1030Anderson Congratulations-- ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIUSProject the Information for Bidder
Alien Percy O.Castello 2." No. APW-..... 138C1 Attention of bidders U particularlycalled Unfinished percale sheets (contour) at
Roy 11 City of DePunlalc SprlnKH, )7orldaSeparate to the requirement a. to conditions each
Earl B. 616Crtenders TO OUR sealed bid for the construction provided In the Information $1.50
Caswell.. Oeorite, Jack Lee 25.OS of Sanitary Sewerage. Improvements for Bidder. New shipment of men's dress and work pantsto
32.57 for the City of DeFunlak No bidder may withdraw his bid
Cults. Paul 73.53 WALTON HIGH GLEE CLUB Springs. Florida, will be received by within 30 day after the actual date Fri. Good price.
Davis. Fred a.77 the City Clerk DeFunlak Springs of the opening thereof. be in Thurs. or -
Davis. Mary leanest L. as.os AND CHORUS Florida, until 7OO: p. m., O. 8. X.. May City of DeFuntak Spring. FloridaBy Have lots of new material and more coming
Donald 19 8O 7, 10O4 and then at said office publicly : (s) Harold Goodwin
Edwards, Jerry 5.21Flnkl..Uen. opened and read aloud. MayorBy everyweek.This .
Kwlng: Robert. Avis P. "".63 AND ITS DIRECTOR Th. Information for Bidden. Form (e) Olenn E. Rowe weekall material lOc per yard off.
"8.78 of Bid. Form ol Contact, Plans, Specification President of Council:
t Has*. Lawrencs E. (La-.Jo Cat.) 101.4'7H.rrlllOn. 33.05 ON ITS SUPERIOR RATING Performance*, and and Forma Payment of Bond Bid Bond and Attest(s, syble: Neel Wash cloths lOc each.ReElect .

Hall H..O.Shirley 2i8 RECEIVED AT THE STATE other contract document may be examined City Clerk
02.14 at the office of the City Clerk April 17, 1964
Hobb Hudson Floyd J. B.Iniirebretsen. 7.73: MUSIC FESTIVAL. DeFunlak Spring,. Florida, or at the 2t.:".23.30
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Nlcolay I
Irvine, K. B. 134.03. I
Jennings. W. K. OJohnson. 371.47. *
Mrs. Daisy
Johnston E. ... 10.2O

Jones King. Royce Austin E. 611.418 3.23 3.37 This outstanding performance as

Lawrence Koppenhoffer.Dawe Ernest 7.73 3.23 well as all others during the year

Long Lewis. Courtland Fran. Jr. "3.23..&3 speak well for our Walton County
4 McCall. B. O.
School Program.

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S* Special Axlttant to DISTRICT 2 ::4'

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24 Years af law and College graduate : 9t':xEa il' ,tr.4lf.;
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Graduate work in Administration and

Cited for Fair and Supervision of Schools

Impartial Regulation 5 years teaching experience

Now Serving a* Chairman
9 years banking experience
of Florida Public UtllHU)

Commlttlon World War II veteran
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Re-Elect EO MASON Qualified by Education, Teaching and Business ?p4 r 4ss j ace' 'x k Sr ,

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PUBLISHED: EVERY THUT anAV THE DeFUXlAK HERALD-BREEZE THURSDAY APRIL 23. 1964

I " OVER 4,000,000 ENGLISH- paP WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK A BIG CONTEST -

I diners perhaps the most critical: full line of duplicating and mi- Come on down to our store during
SOCIAL CTlVJUE.S gardening people in the world meograph supplies. Ink Duplicator Hard".re-Housewares" and
1 use and say that Streeter's Magic fluid stencils and paper. register for the big Happy Home
I Growth Pellets are the greatest Colored inks and colored: paperon Values Sweepstakes Contest. It's
Spring Flower Show I gardening discovery in the past ,, special order, four day de- I I free. Nothing to buy .

Set For ThursdayThe half century. Contact Frank W. livery I I Jingles to write. Just
Peterson. Highway 90 West or Joe Walls Business Machines I register and you may
Flower I phone TW 4-5809. Your local Distributor & Service of four Rambler
Bring Show of the Freu>ort Road-Phone TW 6-4141 vertibles . or there
DeFunlak Springs Garden Club 900 other merchandise:
FOR
will be held In the Fellowship I : WATER FRONT FOR SALE: BY OWNER: w .i, be awarded to
Hull of the Methodist church on lots, and wooded in lots. On Se. 34, Range 18, 320 acres Make i wares Week shopers. h
Thursday, April 23. The title of Choctawhatchee: Bay located on ,
offer. Write Sue Berry. Box 33, today and register,
the show Is Castle In Spain. Okaloosa-Walton county line in Ponce de Leon Fla. 4.23,304.: you're there Just look
+ The show will be open to the I Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe. Rt. 1 the big Happy Home 1" r
: + aVirginia public from 3:000: pjn. until 1:00: Box 259, Villa Tasso Nieeville ALL MY FRIENDS WELCOMEto famous brand name
y p-m. Florida. a Free Fish Fry May 2nd from and houil4.'wa we're
Mrs. M. O. Warren Sr.. is chairman SELECT YOUR NEW BIBLEat 11 ajn. until 4 Jn. Nick's Fishing Hardware '
of the show and Mrs. 1C. W. the home book store. 611 Live Lodge Basin Bayou. 4.9.16.23,30pd: Contest ends May 2nd
Graef is of the Garden Oak Avenue. You will find over
president
today. FISHER H A R
50 editions from the American THERE'S NO CHARGE FOR ayrjc
Club. If you wish to enter a design COMPANY. Ar
in the artistic section :you Bible Society Holman World and use of Carpet Shampooer with (
may contact either. Collins Publishing Co. The pricesare purchase of Blue Lustre Carpet CASH FOR LATE

Fleae bring any horticulture I I fair trade catalog suggested Shampoo. Fisher Hardware Co. cars 1958 models up.
or less. In stock also Is a fair
be and Miami
specimen or arrangement to Eastern
assortment of Christian books and FOR RENT: UPSTAIRS APT..
entered between the hours of 8:00: I you have: a used car to I
some church 4 rooms, heat, air conditioned.Ph. .
supplies. gas
and 10:30: a.m. April 23. I .James Hussey TE -
42P,16,23,30StchgATTENTION: : TW 6-2131. 4:tfchg. Ttuf the sign
It is only to have till 5.30 :
Dannelley necessary p.m. of a syrup tiara got
l-redented Recital one stem of a plant to enter in : LOGGERS AND NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE 2t42330'X. something to tire
the cut flower section. I timber owners. We pay the top your painting, wood finishing, FOR SALE: 14 FOOT *! nb-sticlunf body

Mass Virginia Dannelley daughter prices for hardwood logs and wall papering interior or exter- craft Runabout boat 35 Theft aOWING GOLD
ol Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dan- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Smith and timber. Free estimates. JACKSON ior work done. Call Ewald Ra- inrude motor. Remote SYRUP.And if s got that

naUey of De 'uniak Springs, presented son of Tallahassee, visited her VENEER: co. INC., Laurel HIII hard TW 4.5341.APARTMENT gator trailer, set skis. : genuine, lip-smacking
her Senior Piano Recitalat parents here over the weeknd. I I Fla. Phone 2195 days, or Louis condition. All for $. Georgia cane flavor,tool! Next
Mrs. W. T. Morris and alstr terested call 859-2286 tome you're at the store turn
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Shorter College April 15.: Lowery. 4-3825, Florals. Ala.. FOR RENT: Unl. ol FLOWING GOLD SYRUP
a jar J
Mrs. R. E. Reese left last nights. Phone 4. ltd. cep
3.12tfchg. TW
ted
: Farm Agency.
Selections presented were: sea bow slow that bubble rises. Then
Sonata LN 497-Scarlatti. day morning for Miami Thurs-I I SALESMEN WANTED: MANwanted SALES teas it home and ee how fast those
relatives and /riendi. 7831.ARE
,
Jtude--Sz.ymanowsk: Mr. and Mrs. John to supply Rawlelgh Products YOU INTERESTED IN OPPORTUNITYA tas rue. Biscuits pancakes waffles
candied ,baked beans
loarchaa do Pequeno Polegar yams
Harbor Springs MI h.,who have to consumers in S. Walton flowM so breath-taking, you fast-growing if syrvp makes 'em good.
'ihumb's March' Pinto.
Tom been visiting here for some time I I county: or DeFuniak Springs. Good never dreamed. they could grow known company will
Visions Fugitives Op. 22 time to start. No Cold Sym|
with her sister, Mrs.! Lucy Jean capital required. in your garden? Or would you opening soon for an
'em best Available is pints,
Prokofief. Morris of N. 9th St.. left Monday I I Writ Rawleigh FAC-4-815. Mem- like to create super vegetables: man under 45 years of pulses
quarts, No.$'s and No. Iff*at your
phi Tenn.
Prelude in A l\llnor-Debussy. for Montgomery enroute horn to Marl2.26Apr9.23pd huge beauties to thrill your fam- with some capital favorite grocer.

Miss Dannelley Is'a Senior Candidate visit other reIc'lv... Mrs. Morris I I POR RENT THREE BEDROOM ily with the sweetest. juiciest this opportunity will

for the Bachelor of Music accompanied them on this trip as house 423 S. 13th St., Ph. TW tanderest vegetables you've ever I District Manager for a r
Education. : Degree Rome Ga., far as Montgomery.Mrs. 4-419. 4.23chgtfI : know And do this for pennies a of 16 weeks as a
May 31, 1964. Following graduation Arthur Paulson of Elgin plant. Box of over 100 pellets only good-paying
I I WILL NOT BE Responsible $2.98. Start using Streeter's Magic benefits begin
Miss Dannelley will be employed Ill., returned< here Thursday to ployee
with, the Atlanta Public be the guest of her mother Mrs.R. for any debts made by anyone Pellets at once. Contact Frank: W. months. Sales ex a
School System In Atlanta Ga. E. L. McCacktU. after spending person other than myself. JamesM. Paterson. Highway 90 West or For personal :
a week at her home in Illinoic. I I Thomason or Mac Thomason. phone TW 4-5809, DeFunlak Floyd Dalton. Monticello '

Woman's Club :Met Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sage and 423.3Q: : :,.1tp4.I Springs Fla. Distributor. 9971476.

For Regular Meeting children visited in Atlanta over I
.- the weekend. I
U there Is anything that women Mr. Harold Donaldson was ADVERTISED INLOOK
cherish it.is the memory of Mo- home visiting his parent Mr. and I
ther. The majority also love poe- Mrs. John Donaldson.
try. Last week at the regular Major and Mrs. G. A. P. Hayna I ( (
meeting of the Woman's Club, and children arrived last week fora

Mrs. Blanche Johnson, IntroducedMrs. visit with Mrs. Haynes' father

Lloyd Grandy who in her L. Wells Nelson.
quiet unassuming manner read Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Daughatt Famous Brands

oems full'of inspiration, romance. returned Sunday from a few days

pathos written many years ago, visit to New Orleans.
by her mother. Among those enjoying the Special Prices
musical comedy. Cam lotw, in I
They were greatly enjoyed by
Panama City Friday night' were
all We were fortunate
present.
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Huges. Mrs.E. .
indeed to> have Mrs. Grandy as
L. Hollinsworth, Becky and .
our Speaker. Mike Hollingsworth. Mrs. T. J. M. L. ".. MRMA MAWDWA [- WEEK/
Refreshments were served by Reardon Mrs. Jack Donald Adair ;wnM.

the committee-Blanche Johnson and daughter.FOR SALE:. BEAUTIFUL.. y/ R "Happy HomeVALUES" CO NTRE.1.ST UNBEUEVABIY QUIET!

1
Chicken Supper May 7
bedroom home two ceramic tile ...,i ,A ewuq ww.ry Mhet MNUN..abM rr laM MwENTRY
New Harmony!: CommunityThe baths, kitchen complete with GE FORM '
built-in appliances on 10O :x ISO: ROOM AIRCONDITIONER;
Community Center at New .
chicken lot in Oaklawn Sauare. THAfin- I ""'
Harmony is having a sup-
TW 8-
per on May 1st,. Friday night at anced. Call Sam Brazil Rachels'I'W'-' - ._ .
2521 or Buddy a r rs - --
5 p.m. till. 4:16tfchg: ADO - Thanks to the General'Electric Filler Blower...an exclusive. --- t.
this Is 8748. combination/ of a unique/ blower wheel and a rotating filler 1 -- ,
of
The supper -i
purpose .. that quit 11?moves the air" ee,It fillers the air' You'll enjoy; I .
BUSINESS STATE- -
to raise for equipment for CALL JOE WALLS CITY 'G
money Cemfert.wlttaeot dleturMns aNN! Clean,healthy air y C--
Is cordially machines. Sales and Services at
recreation Everyone ; *CrUft.dehumidified, airS
invited to attend. Intersection of Bob Sikes and IIfY 91AleR'a. NAM" - ..... _
**Oft nmtrttth tlrm*;Hit* Mhr raf* '-r#l w / /
Road,"TW 8-4141 for free I '
Freeport -- -
estimates on repairs free pick up ; :: :: -i"29:95:
/ olAtsa'a. CITY cure .. .. ::.-=;

and office delivery equipment: Stationary etc. Check supplies withus sarieh el" attar.....Mrs. nil Mf We.ant n.May I.,...Yjt.If... __ ....___ .. ...... _-........-'--..--....-.. ,

first, before going out of town. :--

FOR SALE: NEW BEDROOM -

apartment, living room dining 1 OARD1N
room, kitchen bath and half \ PROPANE

FHA, small down payment, call
J. V.-''LAWSON OWNER collect MU 2-2050 or MU 2-4390. } IRATE TORCH I b
Crestview. Fla. 4-16tfchg:
Complete with, feneral-, MELNOR OSCILUH1NGSPHINKLER
j
SALESMAN WANTED: OP' purpose pencil: burner and
WED.THURS.FRI.SWORD, PORTUNITY for full tiMe $ewr- S VAIN disposable gts eTllnd.r. 525
o It. Famous CL quality& arts Covers ractancular' areas
leigh Business in Walton County \\1r&/4\ exclusive porous awtal I ,t&- Glass Replaced upto1,000het.Handaoateybeen
\
or .D Funlak Springs. Product oeld. ter. BIE. 14.1<<. cyBaaa dslcnad. .prec..Ion25 anctiwarad.R ..
OFLANCELOT old here over40 --. tarot'necessary. isnal wtu. M 30 minutes extra >
F'to Broken' window? Bring the seals!
eVil $S.9Sstyle.
1 No..asi J*vstaMpttquired. >"' faeteueMrs eat* time.
SUnd-us* 7-1' In to ua. Wall replace the glass +.lae1 A 85
Tar -aaaan- aeUewiew 'r.moN with handle-. REGULAR quickly-expertly-with ttf nCdwar*.... -
IN COLOR'Co write Sales Manager Rawlelgh. Borg quality I .521 quality
JS.19 ONLY L-c'F Window Glass
FAD-40-302 Memphis, Tenn. $1.69
-
Wilde 4:2.9.18.23: cbs IlIIRUIIEMPER.
_
Jean WallaceSATURDAY SALE TEN ACRE. LAM W RAXI, f. !special SALE GARDEN
with on b-draam hgns RMO-
nlnfwater.. toUidlr. HateiMn .DMWSE >Q FIX-IT PRODUCTS SHOVEL

and bath *qiil.... MMO. ash .hair I I KV Smalt. Oghtwelglt C,
and $2.0000 financed for three S499 \ i illikiB rh y.t sturdy. ftWr
DOUBLE FEATURE years. J. F. Donaldson, Rt. 3 N. Debt dlggirWNoHiL
DeFunlak: Springs. 2 mL up LconiaHiway. r Modal WI ,
4:2.V,18pd Dependable alarm with .eiclutlv .
East.
.. Wake 1
Meep.Selector. yeai
ACJU cna. > ....... .... you c...... a. 0' 1O SPRAY. _
-1 FOR RENT too < rnlrwGa.aua alae.th+n wYr OH DRY IRON 1
e land ......."United FajvnPbone g ,......'". ...,"'ItS....._.." ar/w STEAM 1
-. -.-.. ......aa.lern ........6weta_ .over*petal Mua eater.Spray* / I
> TW end........weet .....,.......tor. on. any ...... any aettlne. WIde ,I Bar FIIIE>f .299
... ... a..a'a'MNl
.
SPECIALS a. ran e> a* fafcrte ........ Evw et'rNr'nor.

- PLUS - Cold Waves $4.00 and up wsTO ..ox'a=.v. $17.95mini I J
Shampoo & Set 1.50: and 2.00

1 Hair Cuts 14etlzafeeUifc -
Beauty SaJasi REOI6TETOOAVI

Downtown-5U & BaMwJ* !
= Home Phone TE .-204 c IaU) MIX.ASTER

.1 Phone TW B-3141_2:tfchg NEW HAND
gwi9oll A DURIHa OUR 1 MIXER
FROM FAMED ENGLAND the U-121 2r gtoox

greatest gardening nation on "HAPPY BOMB VALUES" utility RILLA : andbaauty.Has Hcom: tssiI. .
earth, comes a fantastic discovery. FREE
ensue beatar ejector,
SUN.-MON.-TUES. Streeters Magic: Growth Pellets SPORTSMAN Daaeneatle rowfilTHREE built-in mixing chart
developed by Fred Streeter winner a.eNe rNurlMa WIN. and' tare full-mbt
arMe la> ue te evui'
SREAN MARTIN of more than 100 gold medals ; BATTERIES .vase M1C..$23.50 'eat nt.mbGa.pwdCOntro4
.HlsocaMwtth brown trim.
HOTTEST plus the Victoria Medal for his WITH .
THE
ASKS

QUESTION Of THE DAY can achivement create in super horticulture.flowers You and SEARCHLIGHT SPORTSMAN 3.95 e e 2r I s a C'A"._ .w..IAM... "lJINAIn" $14.95

-Who's Been vegetables the envy of your; HUNDREDS OF OTHER PRIZES

Sleeping neighbors. Over 70.000,000 magic
1
pellets sold in England every EXTrFOOr h hRUIr'

MM* week. In short supply; at present. a '
y Contact Frank W. Peterson Highway -
; 90 West or call TW' 4-5809.

i : Your local distributor. "ihe eee c r

., t111tM n.WINDOW.
f \ Fauwn. And 'Ward s

Water Walk M4 Pomp I PRICE
M ai6 / I a2
_RY"BllSziIE .ft-.--- Easy .........- Cell sallsctDo I

.. .1 tso otrt 1AH..,wf.t; l ,.....". .."I'q 647.237 aata..a.Fe..r se.lra..
+ewlotD-' ".::- Wiley Ward Yemen SM-21M Itdn.itrra..1 tw..e.ta.e'a1lll
.-- 4t1.1o:14pd ta.lll e.taarla acts.

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DeFUNJA1t SPRINGS._FLORIDA .. DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.FLORIDA_ THURSDAY APRIL 23,1964 _
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; SAVEICASH MONEY'


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ON YOUR TOTAL FOOD BILL WHEN YOU SHOP

AT YOUR IGA DISCOUNT FOODLINER-YOU WILL FIND SAVINGS YOU NEVER THOUGHT POS-
SIBLE OUR ITEMS' ARE PRICED LOW EVERY DA Y-NO PRICE JUGGLING TO CONFUSE YOU.COM-
PARE OUR PRICES WITH ANYONE.SEE FOR YOU RSELF WHICH STORE OFFERS YOU THE MOSTIN
SAVINGS. DON'T TAKE: OUR WORD FOR IT. COME IN AND PROVE IT TO YOURSELF. .;
.__- TABLERITE MEATS - -
Tablerite SteakTbone Kraft,Chocolate Covered

ROUND STEAK CutTablerite Lb. ,89c CASHEWs 1.1COR
Save 14e
Pure FreshGround "
SIRLOIN ,
,- Beef' 3-Lb. 99c

i Muchmore Kudos 12 oz Can

{ lic Sliced Bacon Lb. 39c CORN BEEF 37c' ,

_ 5' Sunnyland Swift's IGA Sliced(
# 1' Cry.O.Vac Canned
% ,r Frozen Grade A HAMS BOLOGNA
HENS
'? Per Pound Lb. 3 Can Lb. I I 1-Lb.Pkfir.; W e I crape-24 oz Bottle-

.......... 39c 2.29.. I 49c JUICE, 3--1.00()()
I

ROBIN HOOD TABLERITE DAIRY:
25 Lb. Kraft's Parkay .
FLOUR 1 79 ;
BagCLACKERS : .
Margarine
DIXIE BELLE SALTINE A

1-Lb.Box; 19* 2 1Lb.pks... 45

MUCHMORE PROCESS
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE

Vacuum Packed 1-Lb.CAN 69 :.. Cheese Spread. f 49c

_
i
f FROZEN FOOD VALUES '
100% PURE---IGA -.. IGA SLICED

I NS'T COFFEE Jar. 89c Strawberries

COLORED OR WHITE COMOTOILET

" TISSUE kg'19c l 10 Oz.Pkgrs..

IGA' Brand 3 59c. ,

Pork&Beans 300 can lOc AJAX SPECIAL SALE! ,ALL VARIETIES FROZEN -

IGA Butter Peanut 18 oz.jar 39eDETERGENT LIQUID CLEANSER Mortons Dinners 2 11 oz. 88c
: ] Pkgs.
Star-Kist -" A59e 10 e I ,'.**
Chunk Tuna 6 oz.can29c.. VAN CAMP 2J/2 Can s
v Giant Quart Size Med.Cane
P k B *
23
Water Maid : or ea.s
Rice 2 Ib., pkgr. 27c Large Stalks
..
Mueller Macaroni' ort I m BAMA IG Oz. Jar '
Broadcast Spaghetti 8 oz.can 12c Celery Mayonnaise*<

Chili&Beans 15 oz.can 28c -w O<= PAL 3Lb. Jar
.
i
Beef Uroadcast Stew 15/2 oz.can 32c EACH ,', : PEANUT BUTTER 79t
.l\Iazola.
Corn Oil qt.btl. 53c Medium Yellow PUREr .
Onions 3.Ibs. 19c :
NiagaraStarch LARD No. 10 79*
24 oz.pkgr. 35c Tomatoes ,pkg. 29c. Jug' :
,

:; CASEY'S Discount Foodline:

:, Saturday-7:00.AJ .-7:00 P.M: RIGHT TO LIMIT RESERVED '
Sunday-Friday{ A.M.-5:30 PJVI: NO SALES TO DEALERS
., LIVE OAK S*, DeFUNIAK SPRINGS,FLA. #,,
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