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 30, 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: VID00226
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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newly chartered First
Federal Savings and Loan Association Green Thumb Club r

of this place will open Held Third Show J

Its doors for business on Fri- ; .
day, May 1, The new Institutionis At the Jack TarA ..

located on Nelson avenue and -

8th street, the site formerly occupied blue ribbon panel of judges 'J
VOLUME 72-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA APRIL 30 196 lOc NUMBER 21
by Gulf Appliance. of blue ,
awarded a flurry red _
Wells Nelson, executive secretary yellow and white ribbons at the

said the organization of third annual flower show of The Rams Close ;

the Savings and Loan followed Green Thumb Garden Club of H..vy : Campaign Ends or Many

many months of Intensive work, Santa Rosa Beach: staged Satur- .

gathering information on the day at the Jack Tar Beach House, :

area to be served which under Destin. Schools Monday (
the charter is within a radius From Pensacola came Mrs. R.

of SO miles from the office here. M. Pyle: Jr., Director of District, I County Candidates Tuesdayworn

Information was supplied on I, Florida Federation of Garden ;

the population economic condI- Clubs Mrs. Horace I. Tompklns. to muchas

tions and other financial institu- President of the Florida Councilof Torrential inches rains up wrecked as state $ N ___ r -_
fourteen :
ton in this area to justify the Show judges and Mrs. i
Flower in north Wal- The finish of a long, hard political -
need for the Association. Director of and county roads Buy a Box of Robert Rivard Was
Jesse T. Barfield. ,
campaign at least for some
April 37 ,
ton county Monday, Bulbs for Buck
Nelson said no gala openingis Director I, Council of Flower between 5 am. and 8 ajn. a Talent Show Winner of the candidates, is in sight, with
planned at this time but bas Show judges. Also from Pensa- I s voters going to the polls Tuesdayto
been planned to be held in the cola were the distinguished State Road 331 South of LiLb- ,. ; Saturday on Baldwin Av.

near future.In Mrs. E. R. Mofett and erty school was washed completely I' tha Lion will be tilling a The local Plggly Wiggly Talent make their selections.
judges into. State Road 83 near carton of assorted Search Show sponsored by the
generous ,
while In other races, where there are
of the
answering some questions Mrs. Frank B. Hodnette
Glendale is half out. State road light bulb for one dollar. Pro- Walton Band Parents Association,
he said have been fre- Panama City sent Mrs. J. T1 Boy- several opponents, there may bea
quently asked he said: ette, Mrs. V. Domeika and Mrs. 2 near Darlington was covered: roads tt $ cf1 ceada go their aid to the blind held in the Thomas D. Bailey run-off in th May 26 second
by Chestnut Creek. County ta. F projects. Gym Monday night was a big
The doors will open Friday at J. M. Nixon.Recognition. have suffered heavily. primary.

9:00'a.m.: and savings account! from such autho- County Agricultural Agent Oscar success. County races in which the

may be opened at that time. No rities as these, was. therefore. Harrison, says county farm ,.m Lions Club NewsThe Robert Rivard, a 1963 graduateof winner will be determined in the

minimum amount has been set loi especially gratifying to Mrs. E. ers have suffered thousands of Walton high school, won top first primary include those for

deposits but dividends are not W. Horton of the Gamier Beach dollars losses in seed plants and Lions Club will presentthe honors with a piano solo. lie will County Judge, with the incum-

paid on amounts less than $10.00. Garden Club of Fort Walton fertilizers. Many farmers report xRusseltR. M Cub Scout Charter to Mr. represent the DeFuniak Springs bent, Joe Dan Trotman, faced

The dividends rate has been set Beach, who captured not only the that their entire crops of corn, Jack Little and Mr. Milford bade area in the finals at Pan- by Jack R. Gatlin; County Super-

at four per cent payable semI- Tri-color award In the design peanuts and cotton will need to Bass at their next regular meet- ama City on May 2. Top prize intendent, with the incumbent,

annually. He emphasized that all division but the Award of Dis- be disced up and planted again. ing May 4, 1964. All membersare there will be a $1,00000 record- John E. Baldwin facing John F.

deposits ere insured by an agencyof tinction. In horiculture, Mrs. O. Many terraces were broken, and urged to please be present. Ing, Robert, in acceptinga Bludworth; Tax Assesor, with Incumbent i i
O. Smith of the hostess club won washed out. The swimming committee large silver loving cup providedby
the federal government up to spillways pool Hubert R. Adkinson
10000. the Award of Merit for a begonia. Ray Moore, farmer of the Glen- announces they hope to have the Edgar and Ewart Douglass, facing Clarence Carpenter; County -

Loans are made only on improved Other winners were: for first dale community says this the Ferris, son of Mr. pool open within a few days (7 modestly promised to give us his Commissioner District 1, with .

real estate such as homesare place in design, Mrs. Eric AlIen heaviest rain we have had in WaLton and Mrs. Leslie B. Ferris of Rt. to 10) after school is out for best representation in Panama incumbent Marvin Rigdon, facing

business properties and can Jr., chairman of the flower county in four years. 2, Box 229 DeFuniak Springs, the summer vacation. Watch for City. We are sure to be well Marvin Bishop; School Board

be made for repairing remodel- show Mrs. E. E. Comstock, pre- Agent Harrison reports that has been promoted to Petty Officer the opening date. represented there.A District 2, with Incumbent W. C.

ing, buying building and, refinancing sident of the club. Mrs. A. L. most of the crops were plantedand 2nd Class. lie has served One of the outstanding mem- of and former (Will) Gandy facing Lewis Frank '
all present
Mrs. Carl Storrie of
a home or commettcalproperty. Gorby up. Now we will all start 30 months in Naval Intelligenceand bers of the DeFuniak Springs group call- Cawthon; School Board District
the hostess club and Mrs R. Walton high band members,
over. now is stationed on board Lion Club will be leaving shortly House 4\ with Incumbent J. C. Turner
themselves the Fire
Jacobs of Fort Walton Beach. Ing
In answering the question of ,the USS Coral Sea, CVA-43 after the first of May, we are lov- facing Glenn A. Parker; Cons-
Seconds went to Mrs. Ralph Five the second prize
King won
how long it should take to havea Annual Home Coming sure the community as well as of table District 4, with incubent
Mrs. Gorby, Mrs. V. F.: German. ing cup. This group consists :
loan he said havingan their friends will Davis Rushing -
approved many miss Mr. Clayton facing Ralph
Alaua-Steele ChurchThe Daylily Society Held
Bon
Bonnie
ese, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. T C. Phil Linda Pugh, piano
abstract examined, includingan and Mrs. George Stevens. and Justice of the Peace,
Regular
lips, Mrs. J. R. Williams all of MeetingThe ner, saxophone; Jimmy Laird,
opinion from their attorney, District 2, with Joel G. Thomas
annual homecoming day
Burvin Pugh drums;
the hostess club. Mrs. Germanesetook trumpet, ,
;
and a credit report are the two and Arthur R. Turner facing: each
a third,. as did Mrs. Kina for the Alaqua-Steele Methodist newly-organized Chocta- Auxiliary Poppy Day and Tommy Sutton, bass middle.As .
most time-consuming factors involved Mrs. Allen Mrs. Gorby, Mrs. church will be May 3, 1864. Sing whatchee Hemorocallis Societymet To De Held May 2 usual they did a splendid Job. other. (The Constables and J'P'sare
adding that loans wouldbe ing from 10 ajn. with worship in Coca Cola voted on only In their own
Storrie, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. clubroom You ought:: to hear them.
considered anywhere within Albert Butler of Point Washing- services at 11 am. Thursday, with nine new members The little red Poppy is the districts)

the, area in which are licensedto ton's Magnolia Garden Club. The speaker will be Jessie added to the group. Memorial flower for American The third place loving cup wentto Races In which run-offs will

operate. Honorable mentions went to Evans, Jr.Dinner J. D. Wooten, Jr., president, war dead also it under lived the the Paxton Girls Sextette. We be called for unless one of the
Capital Is more than $300,000 Mrs. Germanese. Mrs. Butler on the ground after told of new plantings in Convention plight of those men who did regret that we did not get their candidates get more than half

and savings may be withdrawn Mrs. John McKenzie, :Mrs. R. worship services with plently for : gardens, R. H. Marrison not die but returned disabled.So names, but you'll be hearing the total vote are: Senator with !

.without delay at any time, he Jacobs, Mrs. Storrie, Mrs. Phil- all. Singing after lunch,beginningat 'read a poem he had written about it has become the symbol of more from these six lovely young the incumbent, Clyde Galloway. i

said adding that there is no lips and rs. Comstock.In 1 p,m. All singers and musi-- "Daylily Lovers I Have Known", honoring the dead and assistingthe ladies with outstanding voices. facing Murdock N. Belser, Shouppe -
limit on the amount tha may be cians are invited and welcomeand daylily Lovers living victims of the wars.
horticulture I Have Known" John Angus McDon-
firsts were Five third grade boys from Howell
deposited.Nelson asked that the original awarded to Mrs. R. C. Blue of please come. and Mrs. S. L. Sims talked on Our disabled men in hospitals Maude Saunders Elementary ald and Sam Mitchell; Representative -

* DeFuniak Springs, Miss Lynda Singers please bring your own polinating daylilies make these poppies to help sup- took the roof off" with 'The with the incumbent, James
- -depositors come in as soon as song books. Everyone come out Pres. Wooten then talk port their families, then the dimes faced by
their Morrell of Santa Rosa Beach gave a Beetle Juniors and Ed. Tommy II. (Jimmy) Prescott,
and
convenient pick savings
book and fill up out the In- Mrs. M. F. Barlow of Cult Pines, and meet your old friends and on what to look for In daylilies and dollars from sale goes directly Clark, Johnny Commander, Rich Adofflous Ward and Johnnie ii

the signature Mrs. W. J.. Stephenson of Fort make new ones. JX. It _ws. agreed to hold monthly into rehabilitation and child ard.Pope anc\Tommy Pug: were Wright; Sheriff, with_Incumbent (
formation required on L
Committee welfare work. For more tnan 4(
?. cardr.'Changes. Walton Beach, Mrs. Cola Bubanks :meetings tbfoughOctab..rKenney -m '"Beatles" and- Cecil Alewine Howard (Andy) 'Anderson, faced +
the red Poppy has been Y
,
and Miss Helen Strickland of I years was "Ed Sullivan". If you ever with Joel T. Alford. Aubrey Mc-
Americans 1
by'
Point 1 Washington's Magnolia Shelton Phinney Named M.Y.P. Sub-District 'Meets proudly on have a change, see them. Donald and Curtis R. Miller;

PlannedIn Garden Club, Mrs William Fordof Business Administrator. The last meeting of the Metho Poppy Day. Susan Covell Walton ,high sen- County Commissioner DIstrict. 3,
San Antonio Church dist Youth Please buy a Poppy, gladly,' on
Fort Walton Beach Mrs Ganv- Fellowship Sub-Dis ior, did a splendid performanceof with incumbent Hubert Bell faced
Local ServiceThe brell Williams! of Santa Rosa trict was held at the Darlington May 2.American a dance and pantomine num. with Jack Donald Adair, Hayes
Beach, Mrs. Mae Whoolery of Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Shel- Methodist church.A Legion Auxiliary ber. P** Barton and James Padgett; District -
ton will be to learn Pres.-.Mary Vivian Thompson
Phinney glad
very interesting programwas welt 5, with incumbent Kylea
limited adjustments in some Destin Mrs. Robert Young of In fact, all numbers were
that he has received a call to the given by the local M. Y. F. Laird faced with John Henry
postal services ordered in Washington Fort Walton Beach, and Mrs. done and received good ovations '
First Baptist church of San Antonia During the meeting there was a George Miller.Tapped For Cassidy and Albert Gavin.
March 10, by Postmaster Smith, Mrs. Mann Mrs. Phillips From an appreciate audience of
John A. Grounouski to save' Mrs. Germanese, Mrs. King, Mrs. Tex. as business administrator. very fine song service given. Gold Key Membership over 400. These included songs t

(..2.7 'million will begin to take Williams Mrs. Houston Lucia The banner was again awarded by a group of second graders
He has already assumed his RALPH PICKERON
to the Darlington M. Y. F. for George Ralph Miller son of
effect in DeFuniak Springs, and and Miss Lois Maxon of the hostess from Maude Saunders Elementary -
duties and Mrs. and
Postmaster club. Phinney the very fine Interest that was Mr. and Mrs. Curtis R. Miller, Maude Saunders
other cities May 4, children will leave Corpus Christ!, shown in their projects. was recently tapped for gold and by the Club under the Mr. Ralph Plckeron, age 61,
"Underwood said today. Seconds in horticulture Elementary Glee
were as soon as school is out. The next meeting will be held key at Florida State University. died unexpectedly Monday after
Service changes planned locally: awarde to Mrs. Millie Banks able direction of Mrs. Nell Saw-
Mr. and Mrs. Phinney were at the Wesley Memorial Metho- lie was one of eleven students noon, April 27, 1964 at a local
the following, Mrs. Un- Mrs. Knuto Harstvedt Mrs. Local solos were rendered by '
include: Hazel residents of DeFuniak yer. Mr. Pickeron
former dist church This church is loc- selected for this honor Gold Keyis DeFuniak hospital. was a native -
derwood said: Campbell Mrs. Eve Beeghley while he served as music, educa- ated on Live Oak Avenue herein a scholastic and leadership Warren Wright West of Opp, Ala., and had been '
1. Parcel Post Deliveries: There Mrs. Lucia Mrs. Stephenson Mrs. Elementary Sue Powell, Ponce de
tion and youth director of the DeFuniak Springs. Every M. honorary. a resident of DeFuniak Springsfor
will be no delivery of parcel postin Young Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. J. R. First Baptist church. Y. F.'er is invited to attend these Leon high school. the past 35 years.
the city, either residence or Williams Mrs Barlow, Mrs. Eu- Wanda Hardy, Maude Saun-
business on Thursdays except banks, Mrs Mann Mrs. Allen DAY OF INSTRUCTIONMiss meetings of each every fourth Monday MAV tI RAINBOW GIRLS DINNER ders Elementary, did vocal and Survivors include his widow,
night month. SPONSOR CHICKEN
First Class 'parcels Air Parcel and Miss Lois Maxon. Flutophone solo. Roy Sylvester, Mrs. Elizabeth Pickerson of De-

"Post, Perishable articles: and And thirds went to Mrs Steph- Carolyn Burnett will con- Kermit Wright Reporter. The Friendship Assembly Alter Walton high school, rendered a Funiak Springs; and a numberof
delivery" parcels. Rural Mrs good piano solo. Bill Davis, De- other relatives.
enson Smith
special Mrs. Eubanks. I duct a Day of Instruction for HOMECOMING ot Rainbow for Girls, will sponsor -
Carriers will continue to deliver Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Lucia. Mrs. W. MX U. members at the First a chicken dinner in the lake- Funiak Springs gave us a Hawaiian Funeral services were conducted -

all .parcels 6 days a week. Barlow, Miss Maxon, sad Mrs. Baptist church DeFuniak Springson The Pleasant Grove Baptist yard on Saturday, May 9. touch with his uke. We en- Wednesday morning at 10:00

2. Saturday Window Service: Burtus Glvens. Mrs. Allen got I Wednesday, :May 6th from 9 church will celebrate their annual Serving will begin at 11 ajn. Joyed the playing and singingby and from th Chapel of the Clary Fun-

Only one consolidated stamp and an honorable mention. ajn. until 2 p.m. homecoming on May 3, 1084. until 2 P.JR.Anyone Roy Brown of Freeport McMil- eral Home with the Rev. Gayle
'parcel Post window will be open sandwich coffee Linda Duke and Martha
Bring a as Come
Come one all you will W. Threlkeld officiating.: Burial
,on Saturdays primarily for the will be served the host church. lan of Ponce de Leon. The Four
Liberty Home DemonstrationClub by Winners from our DeFuniak desiring a ride to the followed in the Magnolia Beme-
sale of stamps; delivery of General Met In Club House Nursery will be open. There will be interesting talks polls on May 5 may call eitherof Loafers of Paxton and some popu. tery. Clary Funeral Home was
of and the Three Friendsof
'Delivery mail and acceptance Mrs. Burton B. Murray and much good music. these two numbers, TW 6- lar songs, In charge of arrangements.
will be sale View Scout Troop 777
Also there
Valley
no
parcels.
The Liberty Home'Demonstra .Assoc. Pres. -The Committee 3131 or TW 67701. -
Ponce
of money orders in the post office sang gospel i songs. de
or on Rural Routes on Sat- tion Club met Monday after- Leon's F.F.A. String Band did I NOTICE

urdays. The window will close at noon .at' 1 pjn. In the Club r an outstanding 'Job. Last, but cer-
House. The president The Ladies Worker
12:00: noon as usual. Mary tainly not least ,were acrobaticsby Willing
Chapman called the Band of the Beech Church
The postmaster emphasized that meeting to Sandra Wiess and Johnny Grove
order. The roll call and minutes of God has postponed their fish
no ,essential major services' are Commander, both third grade
were omitted due to the absenceof Saunders Ele- and chicken dinner until Satur-
Maude
affected under these orders. There pupils of
the secretary.: The treasurer's kE and other day, May 8.Walton.
will be no change in home de- n.entary. With all this,
livery or special delivery for report was.given by Venlctte Mc:. equally good talent growing up

example, and regular business de- Gee.Old around here, let's look forward County
and new business discus better Talent i Chamber of Commerce
iveries will continue as usua. Letters to having even
and other first class -mail sed. The main thing was Installing Search Shows in the future. Community Calendar

will be handled with the same our bath room. Further plans Walton Band Parents expresses I April 30 May 7
priority as ever. were discussed on this. We also 'thanks to all who participated; to

decided to bake cakes for Moth- Edgar anti Ewart Douglass and April 30-Spelling Bee-7th, 8th,

Walton Count 4-H Clubs er's Day. Anyone wanting cakes their Plggly Wiggly store; to Mr. 9th, 10th fradea-8:05.:

Held County Events Day can call TW 4-8341 or TWI 48345. Burvin Pugh for his help and Friday May 1 7:30 P.M. -

Mtrs. Velma Haler came out cooperation In every way; to Mr. Kindergarten Play.
The Walton county 4-H clubs with the certificates: for those ) Fred Turner for screening, organizing Mar 2-Rally-DeFuniak Springs;

held their County Events Day on who finished the Red Cross and directing the show; City Auditorium, 6:30: P.M.

April 4 from 9:30: 1 p.m. schooling. n' a t s s to John Teelin for his splendidJob May 4-Saddlettes-7:30.:
The first thing we had was as announcer; to Tim Steele, Paxton City Council-7:30:
'the Demonstration; we had two Our agent, Virginia Clark gave our sound engineer; to all boys DeFunlak Llons-7crO.:

winners the large and small. an Interesting'. demonstration on : and girls who helped moved tile May DeFuniak Eastern Star-

:From the small were: Gail Peters laundering. piano and chairs, etc. 7:30:

:and Wanda Collinsworth. Large Mildred ':Raley and Juanita r'j'H We netted nearly 88000. Darlinffton .A7:00:

Catrina White. Courtney served delicious: re- which would buy eleven new Liberty PTA-700Kiwanls :

Next the tractor driving win- freshments. Those attending war.Gayn.lle uniforms. Watch our band shine -12:15:

ner was Hulan Crowder. Follow Jones Esollne Jones ;3 yyI In these new uniforms and feela .1aycees-7:00:

ing was the Talent Contest, theNBtles" Nell Paul Mildred Raley, Sybil 9 v 4j ; thrill that you had a part in May 6-Pilots-1200: :
y DeFuniak Garden Club3:00So
from Glendale won Mltchem. EdwIna Taylor Arts helping provide them. :
that. They were as follows: Paul McBroom, Mary Chapman Ethel -J. D. Woten Jr., Secretary Walton Lions-7'1S:

McCartney. Cathy Martin, George Miller, Imogene Livingston, Jua 5i Band Parents Association May Club 7-Green Thumb Garden

Harrison Kathy Brannon; John nita Courtney Venette McKee

Lennon. Gloria Laird Ringo Virginia Clark and Amanda Kindergarten Presents
Starr Cathy Young. 1 Spring OperettaOn Weather Report
Stanley. ____ __. __'____ .
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They had a warm welcome ---- -
given by Deborah Martin. We This tangled twisted mass of I Tex. were killed in. The trucks were loaded with Friday, May 1 the Kindergarten I
Date Low Rain
had cokes furnished by the Coca- Mw. Nelson Burton and Mrs. wreckage Is what is left of one II stantly. produce, and damage was estimated will present their annual High

Cola Company and brought a Frances Booher of Paragould. of two semi-trailer trucks Involved Trooper W. C. Kilpatrick of at around $40,000 to the Spring Operetta. This year they April 22' 82 65 ,

sandwich lunch. Ark., who Is a niece of Miss in a head-on collision west the Florida Highway Patrol, who two vehicles. are presenting "Patty Sue's 23 84 64 t

,Every winner got a 4.H Pla- Emily Wilson here,played In the of town on U. S. 90 about 3 ..JR. investigated, said Tolen's truck, The highway, scene of the accident Birthday Party." Approximately 24 86 60 t

que, with the saying "A, 4-H Duplicate Bridge Tournamentheld Wednesday morning.The headed east, apparently veered about three miles west of SO children will take part.It 25 81 68 .09 1
Member Lives Here. Everyonehad at the San Carlos Hotel In two driven Raymond H. over the center line and struck: town Is. straight and free from will be at the high school 28 7 65.130

a good time. Pensacola oa Friday and Satur Tolen, 19 of Jacksonville, and the other truck. Headed west, any obstruction to vision. auditorium at 7.30..dmisslon: 27 83 64 3.30

Reporter, Cathy.Martin .day. Maas. C. Cssrg4s.t1'M'e1'IW-. -x..w Pbes. will to Me cad BOe. 29' 76 II ..70Firsfi



VOLUME 73-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 30. 1964 '"

FOR SAUt: BEAUTIFUL, thr.. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN ALL MY FRIENDS WELCOMEto
le-droorn home, two ceramic tile f:lowers so breath-taking, you a Free Fish Fry. May 2nd from TILE FLORIDA FAMILY DICKINSON (CA Daify Feature)
baths, kitchen complete with GE never dreamed they could growin 11 ajru until 4 jn. Nick's Fishing
SUNDAY
I'VE TAUGHT SCHOOL
MR.DICKINSON, YES THE 'Yb
built-In appliances on 100 x 150'lot your garden Or would you Lodge Basin Bayou. 4-9,16,23r30pd: I UNDERSTAND BIBLE IS A 'ti' 1 12 YEARS CHILDREN BENEFIT
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anced. Call Sam Rachels, TW 6- huge beauties to thrill your family FOR RENT: THREE BEDROOM THATS BIBLE READIN6 CLASSIC TEACHINGS...
2521 or Buddy Brazile TW 4- with the sweetest, Juiciest, house, 423 S. 13th St., Ph. TW ti1Y IN SCHOOLS? AS tNELLAS REGARDLESS /'
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DAD FASCINATINQ
16tfchg tenderest 4-41P6 423chgtf:
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know And do this for pennies aplant.
FOR SALE: NEW 3.BEDROOM FOR SALE: FIVE Room house,
.
Box of 100
over pellets only
apartment, living room, dining 298. Start using Streeter's Magic two bedroom. City water, natural
room, kitchen, bath and half, Pellets gas: cement block garage Lot
at once. Contact Frank W.
FHA small down payment, call 100' x 145'. Two miles out of
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SALES TRAINER
Waves $4.00 and up OPPORTUNITYA apt.. air conditioned, private
Shampoo & Set 1.50 and 2.00 entrance Located at 311 E. Main
fast-growing nationally
Hair Cuts 1.00 Call Clyde M. Baker TW 6-2951,
known will have
company
an
Elizabeth' Beauty Salon before 8 ajn. and after 5 pjn.
opening soon for an ambitiousman F0.0.D64 .
Pd.Ps.Ah.Mrs.
Downtown--5th & Baldwin 4:30: tf chg
under 45 of Man
Home Phone TE 6-2543 with some capital years selected age. fpr OPEN NOWI Betty Whittaker of Crest: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edenfield I Miss Juanlta Dumas of Troy Friends of Miss Billie Wilsonare
Phone TW 6-3141 6tfchg: view was a business visitor in ox Panama City, weekend State Ala
this opportunity will work with MILLER'S BAIT HOUSE. Pea- were : College, Troy, spent glad to know that she is
District Manager for DeFuniak over the weekend. guest of the Buddy Braziles. the weekend here with her home from the Sacred' Heart
a maximumof bait and tackle.Vbatever
WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK A turing
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hobbs visited
father. Hospital in Pensaco'a! where''
full line of duplicating: and mimeograph 16 weeks as a Trainee for a you need to catch the big ones, their son, Stanley, who is teach Mrs. Moray Harrell of Jacksonville she
supplies. Ink. Duplicator good-paying distributorship. Employee .- and so conveniently located on ing in the Enterprise school visited friends in town Mrs. Janet Wesley spent the had been for some time.
fluid, stencils and paper. benefits begin at three Hiway 90 W. across the street tem last Friday., cys-; over the weekend. FEA holidays at Blue Mountain Mrs. Pearl Lambert and son.
Colored inks and colored paperon months. Sales experience helpful.For from Rainbow Electronics Itpd Mrs. Russell Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. W. Forehand and Beach. Dee of Pensacola spent the-

special order, four day delivery personal interview write: FOR SALE: 25 ACRES FARM, Mrs J. L. Godwin spent this children of Amerkus. Ga., were Mr and Mrs. D. B. Lump- weekend in DcFuniaU guet of
Floyd Dalton. Monticello, Fla. Ph. three chicken houses, ((6,000 cap.) week in Birmingham. I weekend guest of her parents, kin were guest of friends in her brother, R. C. Blue and fam
997-1476.
Joe Walls Business Machines 4-23-30: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray. Fort Walton on Saturday. I ily.:
6 room house, utility house, Misses Gail and Nina Alfordof I
& Service APARTMENT FOR RENT: Unl. double car garage, barn. Hiway Troy State College, spent the Mrs. Charles King was a business Mrs. Randolph Clary and son, Mrs. R. E. L. McCaskill i*, In--
Fre *>ort Road-Phone TW 6-4141 ted Farm Agency. Phone TW 4- 331, DeFuniak Springs, S. Pet- 'I weekend at home with their par- ', visitor in Pensacola on Sat- Lowell, returned home Thursday; Jacksonville, visiting her daugnter -.
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ner of more than 100 gold medals ur--, ....,......___ t-- t '\fUllatl'ISi
plus, the Victoria Medal for his : "

achivement: in horticulture. You CD : .\. . > .. C )
can create super flowers and ,.
vegetables, the of i j t. .,: .': '
envy your FLORIDA, :1'I ,
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neighbors. Over 70.000.000 magic I { J. ", :M'I

pellets sold in England every
week. In short supply at present.
Contact Frank'W. Peterson Highway -

Your 90 local West distributor.or call TW 45809. This: is. ..a Sample. of senato'CI: Yde Gallowo.y'& t


OVER 4.000,000 ENGLISH gardeners 1964 Automobile: Tag That, Cost 'You Almost ;r1
perhaps the most critical

use Growth gardening and say Pellets people'that are Streeter's in the the greatest world Magic 50;'% MORE: THAN: ;' IN: .196/3 ': 1 1Salc.s

in the
gardening discovery past

Peterson.half century.Highway Contact 90 Frank West W.or 3 :Tax,on Autos Doubled . Jr-New' 3% Sales Tax ;

phone TW 4-5809..Your local Dis-

tributor. r on*Auto-Repairs &Services: ..New .' 5% Tax on Boats.,
FOR SALE: WATER FRONTJots
and wooded in lots. On I Fish ing
Choctawhatchee Bay, located on .
Okaloosa-Walton county line in i by :This ,Legislature : \
Villa. Tasso. A. C. Howe Rt. 1 ; iJ.
Box 259, Villa Tasso. Niceville, .- "

Florida. I -J. ;'M'O'lEr' FORSAM 'MITCHELL b 4

SELECT YOUR NEW BIBLEat : I e
the home book store 611 Live
Oak Avenue. You will find over ;; AS' YOUR. STATE SENATOR FOR THIRD
50 editions from the American DISTRICT. 1
Bible Society Holman World and .
Collins Publishing Co. The prices 1'
are fair trade catalog suggested 19 *
...or less. In stock also is a fair "NE.ERTAXED! STATE 64I
assortment of Christian books and ; \ ( ) < < cD
some church supplies.42,9,18,23,30Stchg 1 1 .
I dl aalal. ....n-QJ'-OY R''I
BIG CONTEST I j I li ; 1

Come on down to our store during
Hardware-Housewares Week and
register for the big Happy Home -
SEND BIG SAM TO
Values Sweepstakes Contest. It's . ? ap
free. Nothing to buy . no ...:.
jingles to write. Just stop in and
register and you may win one
of four Rambler American Convertibles : .
. or there are nearly 1 SENATE a_
900 other merchandise prizes to
I
be awarded to HardwareHousewares -
Week shopers. too. Stop in
today and register, and while'
you're there Just look over all .
Sam Mitchell Will Do '
the,'big Happy Home Values in l' '
.
famous brand name hardwareand

Hardware housewares- Housewares we're featuring Week. This
You
For !
Contest ends May 2nd so see us ,
today. FISHER HARDWARE
COMPANY. Ar. 23-30chg


can Eastern CASH; 1953 and FOR models Miami LATE up.markets.Buying MODEL for If I VOTE TO REPEAL AUTO AND TRUCK TAG RAISE J-(

you have a used car to sell, call c a aN

"till James 5.30 Hussey p.m. TE 6-2271-8 12.31pd: ajn.I VOTE TO REPEAL AUTO REPAIR AND SERVICE TAX: ,

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ATTENTION: LOGGERS AND ,

prices'timber for owners.hardwood We, pay logs the and top VOTE TO REPEAL THE EXTRA AUTO SALES TAX cd i ; '

timber. Free estimates. JACKSON 1. y 1,

Lowery Fla.VENEER Phone, CO.4-3825.2195 INC.days Florala. Laurel, or Louis Ala.Hill,, VOTE TO REPEAL 5 PCT. TAX ON BOATS Li _

nights. 312tfchg.: :!
AND SPORTING GOODS tsF.}
SALESMEN WANTED: MAN ,
wanted to supply Rawleigh Pro-
ducts to consumers in S. Walton ..
county or DeFuniak Springs. Good! "HEAR THE FACTS AND STOP THE TAX"Help

time to start. No capital required. .
Write Rawleigh FAC-4-815, Memphis ,
Tenn Marl2.26Apr9.23pd II f

FOR RENT: THREE BEDOOM --Not Burden--Our Senior Citizens ,.I p>
house partly furnished. 205 t
Bruce Ave. Call TW 4-7467.
4:30 tf chg

I WILL NOT BE Responsiblefor The one man who will stand up and R .
t
any debts made by anyone
person other than myself. JamesM. fight for the Third Senatorial District
Thomason or Mac Thomason. ,.

' 42330514pd.: I A ; 1:,, ,_ VOTE FOR AND ELECT I
FOR SALE: BY OWNER: W%. .: 1ir
Sc. 34, Range 18, 320 acres. Make
offer., Write Sue Berry, Box 35,
Ponce de Leon, Fla. 42330d.: SAM MITCHELL .'

NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE .
your painting, wood finishing. : r :
.1'
wall papering, interior or exterior '
work done. Call Ewald Ra- .
hardt TW 4-5341. STATE SENATOR THIRD DISTRICT
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'Water Falcon Dwells And and Ward Pumps "A BIG MAN FOR A BIG JOB"Pd.

Lacy tcrma'- Call collect
I 0MFat a*.. Bi.Ifay 547-237 I PoL Adv.
Wltey Ward, Vernon 535-2168

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Airs. McGee. Jr. Entertains Flower Show I Junior Gardeners
: SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Sea grove Beach Garden Club Will Meet FridayThe
I Winners Given J
The Seagrove Beach Garden Junior Gardeners of De-
Club met Thursday morning with Funiak Springs, will meet Friday,
--AI Mrs. C. H. McGee Jr. as hostess Many interested flower lovers May 1 at 3 p.m. in Room 8,
in her beach-front home. enjoyed the Spring Flow Show Maude Saunders Elementaryschool
Casual dress was the order of which was held In the FellowshipHall i Second Grade building.
the day with the meeting being of the Methodist Church. Each child is asked to bring
held on the open-air deck over- The theme "Castles In Spain"was flowers' and a container suitable "
TT:4'T looking the Gulf carried out in the unusual for making an arrangement. Our
During the business session decorations at the entrance and ,Junior Gardener's Spring Flower
S 1 Mrs. McGee, Jr., presided, assisted in the replica of a castle shownat show is scheduled for May 30th.
by Mr. Rusell Haden, vice the back of the stage. Members of the Camellia Garden
president, Mrs. Joseph Andrews, ? qlr The trl-color for the outstanding Club will sponsor! a workshop
secretary, Mrs. George Wilson, design in the artistic sec- Friday afternoon helping our
a Show. We had some excellent -
Spring
treasurer. Plans were made and tion went to Mrs. Dawson!': Copeland -
Mrs. McGee appointed a com- and the award of distinction; arrangements last year.
Let's make an even better showing -
mittee to for luncheonfor
arrange a was won by Mrs. R. C. Blue.
the last meeting in May after this year.
which the club will adjourn c&o In the horticulture section Mrs. We invited all school childrenin
for the summer, to begin meeting Marian Godwin won an awardof Walton county to participateIn
again in September. merit for her Pence Rose and our Spring Show. You are also
Following adjournment of the Mrs. Joe Long won an award of invited to attend our workshopthis
t
business meeting a Dutch picnic v k1 merit for her bearded iris. week
f. Prescott News Rep.
lunch Mrs. Linda ,
was enjoyed by
Mrs. R. C. Blue won the sweepstakes
Joseph Andrews Mrs. Steve Bar
: for the most ribbons won and Marshal
Brackin
rett, Mrs. J. J. J. Cox, Mrs. Rus- David
in the artistic section and Mrs. vacationing in
are
Lightfoot
sell Haden, :Mrs. Lloyd Lehman
Joe Long was the winner In the
York
New City.
Mrs. W. J. Mathews, Mrs. C.
H. McGee, Jr., Mrs. C. H. Mfc- ::., horticulture section. Al Clark who is a student at
4 i $ : Florida,
Gee Sr, Mrs. George Rowe Mrs. i 'b Among the blue ribbon win- the University of spentlast
w with his 1
Eugene Smith, Mrs. W B. Ward, ners in the show were the following weekend at home
Mrs. George Wilson. : Mrs. R. C. Blue, Mrs. R. mother Mrs. Ouida Clark.
A workshop followed with sea .. M. Sawyer, Mrs. J. D. Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Everette Yates
shells, driftwood and spring ; Mrs. Dawson Copeland, Mrs. J. spent last weekend t In Houston.
flowers brought by each member. f D. Wooten, Mrs. W. I. Stinson, Texas with their son who is a
Mrs. W. J. Mathews asisted in Sr., Mrs. Joe Long, Mrs. Orene Junior at the University of Hous-

f : ,' aiding members to make beautiful --:.....'fJ Griggs, Mrs. Nelson Burton, Miss ton.Rob the University of
plaques and pictures which Lois Maxon, Mrs. K. W. Graef, Blue of
were exhibited afterward aroundthe Engagement Announced Mrs. C. U. Leach, Mrs. Rudy Mel- Florida, spent! the weekend herewith .
deck. Native plants were horn, Mrs. W. D. Douglas, Kath- his parents Mr. and Mrs.R.
pased out among the members I Mrs. Adrien Arthu-; Rivard, graduated from Florida State leen May, Mrs. Nell Myers Mrs. C. Blue.
for future propagation of the Sr. has announced the engage- University with a Bachelor of De Pover, Mrs. Ruth Green, Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Hinton
natural growth along the seashore ment of her daughter and the Music Education degree. She iso Mrs. Wenerberg. Mrs. Minnie and daughter Cam of Pensacola,
I Miss Williams To Wed James HaganMr. I daughter of the late Mr. Rivard, member of Kappa Delta Sor- Moore, Mrs. H. L. Prescott, Mrs. were here Mr. Harvey last weekend Casey's to birth-cele-
ority. Mr. Harris graduated from Grady Vaughan, Miss Phyllis Mc- brate

and Mrs. Luther D. Williams Troy, Alabama, where she is a day Miss afternoon Barbara for Morris left Tues- John Miss Herbert Judith Harris Ann III.Rivard the, son to in Auburn Business University Administration.with a degree The Intosh Anna Parish Miss Ann Mrs. Myers Don ,McIn-Miss day.Mrs.. Melville Jentnj, Mr. and

Stella Route, Florala' ] ] Ala- freshman.The spend the holidays with Titusville a school, to of Mr. and Mrs. John Herbert wedding will take place on June tosh, Mr. FJoyd Garrett, Mrs. Mrs. J. E. McCaskill and :Mr. And
bama, announce the engagementof groom-to-be graduatedfrom friend, while there she will visit Harris, Jr. of Geneva, Alabama. 13th at the First Methodist Marian Godwin Miss Melinda Mrs. Phil Harris attended the ..
Walton High School in 1959. Miss Rivard is of Church of DeFuniak at Davis-Dopson wedding In Crest-
their daughter, Betty Jewel, other places nearby and return a graduate Springs McDonald, Mrs. Ida Hansen, Mrs.
to James Matthew Hasan, son of He is now a representative 'in of home Sunday. Gulf Park College and recently I 8:00: p.m. All friends are invited.Mr. John E. M. McCaskill\ Mrs. J. N. view Saturday evening. attendedthe
Interstate Insurance Company McDonald, K. W. Gracf. Mr. A. Mrs. Marie Dougliss
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hagan,;Route Gainesville, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hinson haveas Capt. and Mrs. Harry N. Ball and Mrs. John Donaldsonhave It. Bean, Mrs. M. J. Parish Sr., District 4, Pilot International
3, DeFuniak Springs. The couple plan to reside in guests their two daughters, Mr. and sons, Alan and Bruce, returned had as their guest for the Mrs. Gayle, Threlkeld, Mrs.!' Grady Convention In Fort Lauderdalelast
Miss Williams is a 1961 gradu. Gainesville. The bride-elect will and Mrs. Arnie Foss and childrenof to their home in Ft. Ben. last two weeks their son, Haroldof Clark Mrs. M. O. Warren, Sr., weekend.Mrs. .
ate of Paxton High School anda continue her studies in educationat Atlanta, and Mrs. Fred Parker: ning, Ga., Thursday after spend- the U. S. Army, stationed at Mrs. W. IT. Prescott, Miss Hazel Fred Brannon of New
former employee of Creel Ford the University of Florida. Jr. and children of Milwaukee, ing ten days with Mrs. Balls)) I'ort Jackson, S. C. lie was recently Campbell, Mrs. Gene Kinsey, Smyrna Beach, arrived Mondayfor
Company. She is presently attending The wedding will be an eventof Wise., and Mrs. Fred Parker. Sr. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. awarded a trophy for Miss Lunette Kelly and Miss a visit with Mr. and .Irs.
Troy State College at June 27th. I of Wise. Prescott of Argyle. 'Most Outlstanding Soldier" Flora D. McLean. Curtis Rutherford.
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7 : 1. Saved Third District Secondary Road Disabled '

Funds
i o,g,f.,;x
I nom- District Construction
2. Launched -
v.;.' .f. Biggest 1. Led the fight to kill the lien and recovery -

s. >r Program in History. billl (Which would have taken

$ i;_ 3. Pushed Biggest Mantenance Program the homes of older people.)

j : ::T E: d e :' in District Roads History 2. Provided funds ''for free medicine for

; x 4. Enabled more Third District Citizens the aged, blind and disabled.
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; ,,4 .L b 9f > r 2 y' to find work on road projects. 3. Increased monthly allowance from

5. Co-operation with SRD gained $1.5million $66.00 to $70.00

r x3 in Districtwide Road work
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4. Adopted Home Care Program.
i ::1 ; over three-year period.Schools.

t ;:!. :>a'o' ",/< 5. Adopted Nursing: Home Caret

*;' '4 '- Program.

- 6. Assisted in acquiring: additional

i L service unit for the Third District.
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r -<'*< '$ 4 Accreditation Increased Superina..III..5.

i. x =K kg: ,, s % dent's pay to 8220.00'

*, --Y bey. highest in the county.
< ,QF ,. 1. Completed eradication of screw worm
'5' < 2. Galloway leads successful drive for program

Northwest Florida University .

Gallo- 2. Started hog: chlorea eradication
3. Walton Okaloosa Jr. College
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ffb F way Victory! . program.

"" s 4. Pioneered Third District Area Vocational 3. Revived the fire-ant eradication

I;. ::, Technical School . program.
. r if-'i<+ '
4' in Holmes Schools Gallo I
:, 5. Classrooms 4. Provided more research funds foranimal
...
--- way Achievement . .
I diseases.
HEAR SENATOR GALLOWAY /
6. Bonifay Ponce de Leon Gyms in
SATURDAY MORNING MAY 2 ,
5. Helped I acquire additional tobacco
A Bills . ,
PROVENRECORD WZEP 12:35 to 12:45 p.m. acreage for farmers.

WDSP ; . 7:05 to 7:15 a.m. 7. Community Co-operation SPEEDS

OF WGEA . .' 8:35 to 8:45 a.m. DISTRICT PROGRESS IN EDUCA6.. Prevented taxation on seed,. feed,

PROGRESS WBGC . 7:45 to 7:55 a.m. TION. fertilizer and insecticides.



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Read These Simple Rule. II/ ;,

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Weekend Numbers on Cash Under 16, Numbers will .tiecessary Have to be
Cash Piggly Register Employees Be posted To win. If Present to I
r Register 'YiggiYs rape Of the For 3 days, "Just LookWin.. 'i r.
Slips Bulletin Number lit Piggly Mon.. Tues., fnil" The '
Board. Posted, Wiggly and 'Ved.. Cashier f
Cashier Nor Their 1\Iay.t. 5 Will give 88 oz / ,
Will give Immediate And 6 You a '
You 12000 Relatives No awards Courtesy a,,, ,
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THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK 1LERALD-BREEZE______ THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964

Do You Know? Buick Agency has built a nice ANNA BELL BURCH ander Funeral Home directing.
Do you know you cannot business West of DeFuniak --- Serving a* pallbearers were:
strengthen the weak by weaking Springs on U. S. No. 90. Mrs. Anna Bell Burch, age 75, Louis Rushing!' Leton Harrison,
the strong. Both of these new business will died Friday night, April 17, 1964 Colen Douglass, McLean Douglass, .
You cannot bring about prosperity give employment to several peo- at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Neal Campbell and Ira Campbell.Mrs. o'i R a T '
by discouraging thrift. ple.Do Elbert Richardson, following n Burch is survived by one Jack Donald
You cannot help the wage you know that ten small brief illness. She was n native son: Ray Elmer, D e F u n i lak .'
earner by pulling down the wage businesses employing ten peopleare and life-long resident of Walton Springs, one daughter, Mrs. Elbert
payer. worth more to the economical county, and a member of the Richardson, DeFuniak Springs, j
You cannot further the brother" welfare of the people of Wal Euchee Valley P r e s b y terlan three brothers: Jim McLean Ray,
hood of man by encouraging class ton County, then one business church. Knox Hill, Dan G. Ray and John I
hatred. employing 100 people.It Funeral services were conduct, A. Ray, both of DeFuniak Springs jI ADAIR
You cannot establish sound__ behoves us to encourage ed at 2.00: p,m. Sunday, from the and two sisters: Miss Mary C. I
curity on borrowed se- more and more people to establisha Euchee Valley P r e s b y lertan Ray, Ponce de Leon and Mrs.
You cannot help the money. business in Walton County, church, with Rev. John Ash of- R. I. Metcalf of Nicevllle. Thereare
poor by ficiating. Interment followed in six grandchildren and two !
discouraging the,rich. What you do and say will have
You cannot keep out of trouble considerable: influence on people the church cemetery, with Com- j great grandchildren. ... FOR
by spending more than you earn. establishing a business in Walton -' '
You cannot build character and County. Be a booster lets all pull I
courage by taking away man's together.Do COUNTYCommissioner
initiative and independence. you know that the City j i v
You cannot help man permant- Council has had Gulf Power Co. A
1> by doing for them what they to install modern :lighting on I
could and should do for them- Nelson Avenue this is a very eas
selves. needed improvement because we Fa.lt
"The above simple set of bed- are Judged by what the traveling g
rock principal (often attributed public see as they pass throughthe
to Abraham Lincoln." county.-M. T..Fountain.Mr. DISTRICT 3
Do you know that West Florida
Farmers Co-op are building a and Mrs. Sam Ingle and 'al
guano mixing plant East of De- son, Ellis of Montgomery, spent I
Funiak Springs on U. S. No. 90. the weekend here with Mrs. A young: man-willing to work. He will make Walton
Do you know that Caswell Ingle's arents, Mr. and Mrs. J.Wilson I County a LEVEL-HEADED and ECONOMYMINDEDservant.
Bowers.. Paid by Kelly far Oovm..w c-- I
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He favors participation in the surplus commodityfood


SAMPLE BALLOT program for the needy of our county.


Although a diabetic he is a hard worker, earning an

.honest living by the sweat of,the brow.

DEMOCRATIC INITIALS OF
NO. ,
. . OFFICIAL,PRIMARY BALLOT ISSUING He will WORK for you just as he does for himself.All .
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STUB 'NO. 1 OFFICIAL '

.. . . the people of the county will be proud of this

.Signature; of Elector . . .. . . . . .. . .. .. -
young man as a MEMBER of the BOARD OF COUNTY

INITIALS OF COMMISSIONERS.

:'DEMOCRATICOFFICIAL ISSUING a

:NO. . . PRIMARY BALLOT OFFICIAL, "
He is qualified for the job through EXPERIENCE,

STUB NO.2. . .. .. . . ... . .. ... .. .
... trained for the job through HARD WORK, capable of

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WALTON COUNTY. FLORIDA .

,, PRECINCT NO.. . ' VOTE FOR HIM

.' To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot marka ,
cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for
whom you desire to vote.

Congressional County FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER I _
District No.2. _
FOR COUNTY JUDGE _
FOR UNITED' STATES SENATOR (Vote For On) (Vote For One)

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LEWIS FRANK CAWTHdN JR
JACK a: GATLIN I l ,
L. HOLLAND
SPESSARD I I \..
W. C. (Will) CANDY
JOE DAN TROTMAN I I
BRAILEY ODJIAM
.FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMOIR
State FOR SHERIFF District No.4
FOR GOVERNOR (Vote For One) (Vote For One) Re-Elect

(Vote For One) 0 0 10:.,'" r f
JOEL T. ALFORD I-I :LENN: A. PARKER
HAYDON BURNS I I EJ
HOWARD (Andy ANDERSON I I J. C. TURNER

FRED BUD DICKINSON I I '
AUBREY McDONALD I 1 OR CONSTABLE : '
CLA YTONDAVI'S
District No. 2
ROBERT KING UGH I I
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CURTIS R. MILLER I I

FREDERICK!: B. KARL
CARL ALFORD
,SUPERINTENDENT OF

SCOTT KELLY PUBLIC INSTRUCTION FOR CONSTABLE ON MAY 5TH
CECIL CAWTHON
(Vote For One) _

JOHN'E. (Jack) 'MATHEWS I ( ii
JOHN :E. BALDWIN t I l :_ II._ _(Speedball_ _) _HARRIS_ _ _

FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN BLUDWORTH I t I I MAX MARSH The office of'Constable does not pay a salary. It is
(Vote For 0..0)1) '

FOR CONSTABLE 0 operated on a Fee system only. If this office is not hand-
EARL FAIRCLOTH FOR TAX AHa..OR District No. 4
(Vote For One) (Vote For Ono) ,led properly it could be a burden on the people. It can
i I
W. JCYN'ES '
JAMES II.UBJaT: R. ADICNSON I_J CLAYTON DAVIS cause the tourist and people who.are going fishing and
FOR FLORIDA PUBLIC I I
UTILITIES COMMISSIONER CLARENCE CAJtPJNTER: I I ftALPlI R RUSHING to our beaches for the weekend 'to: by-pass our town.
(Voto For Ono)

FOR COUNTY COMMI..ioNER FOR CONSTABLE 'Practically all business houses'.in',this county are bene-

PHILLIP S. BREWER Da.trM'- N."1 District N.. e fitted by these people. They buy hundreds of gallons of
(Vote For Ono) (Voto For Ono) .

o EDWIN L. (ED) KASON I GORGE ARTHUn' CARTER ,gas daily here and are a great help to our cafes, hotels,
Legislative IlABVIK BISHOP _

FOR STATE SENATOR! 1r vm BIGDON" B CALBERT JOE CLARK motels and other business houses.

Third SonatorUI{ Dtatrtot ,_ _ _ _
(Vote For Quo) J VICTOR WARD The number of years I have served you as Constable -
COMMISSIONER
FOR COUNTY
V
1IUlUCK N BELSKR District N*. S FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE the office has never driven any business out of
(Vote For One)

CLYDE GALLOWAY I District' No.(Vote 2 Fr One) our county by making un-necessary arrest just ,for a
..JACJC DONALD ADAIR 1 1SHOt1.PPE l
HOWZLL Fee neither has it been a burden to the tax payers or
JOEL G. TJIOMAS-
HAYES BARTON
anyone else.
JOHN ANGUS McDONALD ARTHUR R. TURNER
HUBERT BELL,

SAM'KITCBJLL: As long as I serve you as Constable I will work to
JAMES PADOJ'lT: ,.
FOR MEMBER OF THE STATEHOUSE the best interest of every one.

OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .
Walton County 'Dtotrlot No. 8 ,f. On May 5th I will greatly appreciate your vote.
(Vote For On*) (Vote Fv Ono) : ' \y ,;. "-
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JAMES: H. (
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''THURSDAY. APRIL 30, 19C4
73-PUBLISHED. EVERY THURSDAY. THE DcFUNIAK HERAJLD-BREEZK!: ---
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of Panama City was the guest Mr. and Mrs. E. Leo Andrews
THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined Jr., of Gainesville arrived last
pastor at the First! PresbyterianChurch n"
week for a few days' visit with ,
DIXON
here on Sunday. N. A.
relatives here.
with TilE BREEZE
Mrs. Robert Neff and little son
.. Del<'UnIak Springs Florida of Nashville, Tcnn., ore visitingher Miss Bernice Gaede and Miss Well DrillerI
parents Mr. and Mrs. R. Laura Gallager were among those <:J1I114sJI111fle .
Published Thursday' at
Every from here attending the funeralof
Smith. in 2, 3 and 4 in. wells.
DeFunlalc Springs Florida Mrs. Sue Adams in Pensa- specialize
cola last Thursday Rotary equipment. Call 5352048.:
Covers Walton County Trading Area
Completely
Dr. J. !. Anderson Vernon, Florida (
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico comm /8
announces the opening of his
Second-Class Postage Paid office for the Practice of Op-
II. C. STORKS Publisher 1924-1963 tometry in all its phases. Eyes

HOWARD STORES Editor Publisher examined glasses. and contact Eaton Real Estate &
lenses prescribed.Office

SUBSCRIPTION: fl-rour: Insurance AgencyAUTOMOBILE.
Monday through Saturday
Walton and Adjoining Counties__$3.00 Per Year 8:00 A.M. to 5:00: P.M. First National I FREE PLANNING advice is what you get

Other ___________$3.30: Per Year Closed all day Thursday FIRE when you do business with McLEAN FLORIST -
802 North Main St. in DeFuniak Springs. They render a
Phone MU 2-4014 INSURANCEBONDS Insurance Agency complete catering service for all occasions.

Crestview, FloridaQUALIFIED II They are equipped to handle all of your
with his hot-shot
"He certainly impressed his girl-friend drivingrFlorida floral needs so the next time you are planning

/.... We STROUT FOR ,wedding party or special event don't
represent worry about the problem of decorating, just
consult McLEAN FLORIST.
REALTYIn
BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIRE HAVE YOU SEEN the men's all weather
Real Estate since 1900 coats at CARP'S. They' have a good selec-
MARINE A CASUALTY tion in all sizes and colors and with the cold
I New Location and rainy weather ahead this is an item
o ylv Lake Stanley INSURANCE tht all men will find very useful. For the
working man who spends a great deal of '
TW.6-4441 his time outdoors they have insulated underwear "
DeFuniak Springs Fla. First National Bank that will keep you warm even in ,
,/
the coldest of weather.


You.will find it a pleasure to do business
with the friendly people down at WEST
FLORIDA GAS COMPANY They keep your
Charter No. 7404 liquid gas tank filled at all times and always -
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF II greet you with a smile even in the
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE roughest of weather. This is dependability
CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON APRIL 15, 1964 PUBLISHED IN in its truest form Dial TW 6-2271 for their
"He Is well qualified forM RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE services.
: r.'y9c.ww new position, and his CURRENCY. UNDER SECTION 5211 U. S. REVISED STATUTES.
:- many rle'rufs will wish him ASSETS Dollar CU.
well as he rises the governmental Cash balances with other banks and cash itemsin With the new and modern equipment. at
ladder." process of collection 1,184,661.18 WHEAT TIRE SERVICE-they can recap all g
United States Government obligations direct and popular size tires. Special attention is given ': ':
PANAMA CITY HERALD to each tire before it is recapped to be \ :
guaranteed (Net of any reserve) 2423684.83 k- ::]."
4 Obligations of States and political subdivisions (Net sure that the final product will be equal to :: :
of any reserves) 671,593.44 their high standards of excellence. Drop by *+ '
KEEP James W.
Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including and see Hugh Wheat soon. \ ,
300443.51 securities of Federal agencies and IF YOU ARE
INTERESTED
in color
,.. corporations not guaranteed by U. S.) (Net of ... television set than I suggest :you see a the
'
any reserves) 300443.51: Perfected Color TV by RCA Victor display
Loans and discounts (Net of any reserves) 2094862.56: on
at RAINBOW ELECTRONICS
N INC.
..k ..4tf,t u ATTORNEY GENERAL Other Fixed assets assets 62.243.62 6283.11 II They are fashioned in different styles of
furniture to match every home and feature
Traffic Safety Council raid felllical Adv.rtit; .m.nl Total Assets 674377225. the New Vista Tuner that pulls in cleaner,
--- LIABILITIES I clearer pictures from many hard to get sta
tions. 4t is featured in all models. '
Demand deposits of individuals partnerships and
corporations 2771115.30:

airs TRADE V TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S Time and, and savings corporations deposits of individuals, partnerships 2454503.39 I fine DAD'S steaks RESTAURANT they are so well-known still has lor.those I

Deposits of United States Government 146.432.96Deposits >
can tell you from experience you 'von't find '
of States and political subdivisions 585698.04: i r-
better in this The '
a one area. kuy-notc! at f
Certified and officers' checks, etc. 29,350.92 MOM ,
ANDDAD'S is cordiality and tonI:
Total Deposits $5,987,100.61Total sideration. These are the secret ingredient8i"I) -
demand deposits. 3394390.30 .
to a good meal or good party.
j
k. Total time and savings deposits 2592710.31 1 JW '
Other liabilities 245,347.74
FOR TIIE: MEN I suggest! you make

Total Liabilities 6,232,448.35 MILLER'S the family shoe store, your
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS headquarters for shoes. They handle the
Common stock-par value per share $100.00. 50000.00 first quality line of Bostonian and for the
I Surplus 150000.00: II' economy-minded they have the popular Bob
Undivided profits 286323.90 Smart. For the working man 1 suggest a
Reserves 25,000.00 pair of Red Wing Shoe had long been popu-
.ar with the man who demands the most

Total Capital Accounts :511323.90 in footwear.If .


Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts 6,743,772.25NOTE you want to be assured that you will
always have farm fresh grade A eggs to ;
Time certificates of deposit outstanding 85,310.00I serve to your family, than I suggest you
Lewis F. Cawthon Jr., Cashier, of the above-named bank do look for the brand "Henko" on the shelves
hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correctto of your favorite grocer. These eggs are pro- _
the best of my knowledge and belief. cessed and graded by HENRY ivOERBCR
/* pr Lewis F. Cawthon, Jr. INC. long recognized for his quality pros
% We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this ducts.
report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us
and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. One of the most striking inrovations in

Henry Elliot. Jr. : pre-finished paneling for finishing a room,
Charles H. King : a den or your garages :Masonite's Presto
W. O. Campbell Peg-Board. It be used for wall
: / Directors can one or
ilt' a whole room and is your answer to beautiful -
I walls with built-in utility. Even in your
more formal rooms Presto Peg-Board addsa
warmth and service that's unique. For
S more details contact FISHER HARDWARE
.,.,,
JOEL T. ALFORD COMPANY.

IF YOU ARE IN NEED of a light-duty ..
pick-up truck than I see theGfS&SStfiiSi&ffS .. 5
Candidate For Sheriff

SPSSSi '."
truck and prices start as low as 235000. :t . ,
'l
TO THE PEOPLEOF Stop by and see Hank 1 him __......., .
have one of ..his'salesman exPlainthe features ,
of this wonderful car to you in comi i ;
I' WALTON plete detaIL h- '

,. .{:',, .. It
: to
pays save where can do all
you
,"-. :ji '. :Io""" COUNTY , banking. The FIRST NATIONAL BANK your

( : ;;\:* ;: jij&bilif}' (;I deposit offers checking boxes cashiers and saving check accounts, banking, safe by

._ \ From infancy to death .. i mail, and all types of loans. Not only can
Sport Coupes abore: Corrode Sting Kay Chery II Nova Corsair Motua,Chtttlle" Malibu Chttrolet fmpaht. the entire population is : they handle all your financial matters at one
directly affected by law stop but a saving account places you in a

5 different ways to make a big i splash f enforcement. As a child, ,ego w, sNti preferred position with the bank.
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adult, and senior citizen : ; Are you thinking of baking a cake any
-> without going otrroantlouprico )life and property often depends r... time in the near future? If you are I suggest ;..,
upon the able operation j- you stop by CASEY'S IGA DISCOUNT> ,
of protective services; .k'i: /' frOODLINEU and see the most complete: k r
It's get-the-cottage-ready time. rut-the-boatrin-the-water time. Baseball time. Trade 'N ;
: selection
of cake mixes
peaceful existence ? to be found { :
depends ". t any
;
; i
Travel Time at Chevrolet dealer's. Time to out of that wintertime rut into ono ..
:your get upon the maintenance f .C "ifI where in this area. If you don't Irish to ;.. .i
of Chevrolet's five great highway performers.Now order. bake your own cake they have a bake: shop t
it's easy to go on vacation first class-without paying a first-class: price. In a I ? ;.,. ; open seven days a week for your convenience.*... .

; luxury Jet-smooth Chevrolet for example.This beauty rivals just about any car In styling-, r'\A Stop by soon. ."

performance and comfort. Or try a totally new type of travel in the youthfully styled Law enforcement units throughout the world, regard The training and the professional discre-

';'. Chevelle. Lots of room Inside-yet nicely sized for easy handling. less of the political structure under which they opera tion of both your pharmacist and your physician
i' Now thrifty Chevy II has hill-flattening power. Unique Corvair ate, are respraiible for assuring tranquility. In a demo- assure you of the finest drugs avail-

., offers extra power that accents its road-hugging rear engine traction. cracy worthy of its title, compliance with governmental able for your particular malady. Remember,
r /'TRADE TRAVEL And the exciting Corvette speaks for itself. policy and law is effected by enforcement which is II that piece of paper contains the order that
*" V. TIME )) Yes right now is new car time. T-N-T Time.Time to get the most reasonable and which is dedicated to the protectionand may save a life or alleviate suffering so be

fun from a new car. To get a great trade on your old one. To get a service of each individual citizen. sure as you your have physician it dispensed by. your pharmacist

waasw+ _.....M big choice at your Chevrolet, dealer's. Come on inl In general the law enforcement service progresses DRUGfCOMPANY.yU directed.go to You SERVICE can be

according to the quality of public administration in
: CHECK THE TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CHEVY XX.CORVAIR AND CORVETTE NOW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S
any locale. If trained, carefully selected conscientious IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING
public servants are the general rule and not the ex- shallow or deep well put down having time a
in
ception, then too, will such personnel be found in the the near future than I suggest any you checkVOLUME
Rivard Chevrolet Co. law enforcen.nt service. with Howard Griffith at the 'VESTEUN.;

t: ?' Joel T. Alb cod promises you this type of law enforce- In AUTO Installations ASSOCIATE and STORE.all types They of repairs specialize to II
sheriff. Your vote and support
ment if elected your your well faciUties. ea the famous

, : :; j DeFuniak Springs, Florida will be greatly appreciated. Fairbanks for Morse its dependable Water Pump service long to. the recognized -

: people 01 this ar.. __

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THURSDAY APRIL 30 I 1964:
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VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA

FOR COUNTY JUDGE
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Political AnnouncementsFOR : !t ti S
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FOR SUPERINTENDENTPUBLIC aa. :
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INSTRUCTION
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Subject to the wishes of the . 3AFB :..
voters in the coming election, I,' oY "t

z a John F. Bludworth, wish to announce < r <

myself as a candidate for,

cx Superintendent of Public Instruction -
z
in Walton county, Florida. I

believe that my experience. a

teacher, coach, former Superin- w r
tndent and Junior High Principal

: c s: has given me a better understandIng 4 t .
tai
of problems which face our

'ab .Y w 4 tv school system.I t
have a B.S. Degree from the

Jniversltgr; of Alabama and a

Masters Degree from Florida State
University in Administration and t<
_ Supervision, on the Secondary and FOR SHERIFFI
Elementary level. I wish to serve FOR SHERIFFI FOR SHERIFFI . FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce as a candi-

you schools with, but no allegiance with allegiance to certain to hereby announce as a hereby announce as a candi- I hereby announce myself as a am running. for the office of date for re-election as County
Sheriff of Walton and
each in for Sheriff of Walton candidate for election as Sheriffof county not Judge of Walton county, subjectto
and every school and all the date for Sheriff the county
Ute three other candidates.
Walton county subject to the against the action of the voters in the
children in to the Democratic
the Walton county county: Democratic May
I have served well Sheriff
COUNTYSUPERINTENDENT School System. I expect to font Ida May. I am a life-long ; I am 34 years of age wishes to the voters in the Demo- you as Democratic primaries.
in tho and want the
in made home in Walton cratic primaries in May. past opportunity If the voters of the county honorme
and work with all the school the county and have my This
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION connected personal and other for what is right. I practically all my life. I I have received a great deal of to serve you again. with re-election to this office
there is in
year, ) something new I will continue to the whole
citizens on all level to have a that if you honor me married end have four chil- encouragement from my friends the Sheriff's You have serve
I smooth all in school.I and former supporters as well a>- race county to the best of my ability,
hereby announce my candi- operating school system. I election as your Sheriff aU of the
jobthreeof
seen us on
dacy for re-election as Superintendent -' respectful solicit your support continue to be for what have seven years experience from many who did not supportme us Sheriff and one as Chief and feel that my experience as 1
as ,
of Public Instructionof and help in the coming electionto iD enforcing the laws law enforcement and am a four years ago and if honored I ask to County Judge will enable me to
with the office I pledge to them Deputy you compare serve you better. I will appreciateyour
Walton enable I of the FBI National
County subject to the me to become your county.I what have seen-then select
May Democratic primaries. Superintendent and work for a feel that my more I Washington D. C., and and all the people of the countyclean next you Sheriff. As the fatherof consideration and vote. -
your Joe Dan Trotman.
Having served one term as your Better and Unified Walton County years experience as your ; attended several other FBI honest and reasonable law eight children, I feel I can be

superintendent I feel more than School System.John has enabled me to qualify Sheriff's Bureau and State enforcement.I fair' to the young people of this r

ever the tremendous, responsi- F. Bludworth.FOR to serve you better. I College training courses. If am grateful to the people for county. If elected I will meet

bility and sacred trust attachedto tended several FBI courses your Sheriff I promise the many favors I have received with each community to discuss

this Important position.If SCHOOL BOARD ious phases of law four years of competent im and feel that I can point with the need for law enforcement, err

you are kind enough to re- DISTRICT TWOI and also several courses and dependable law en pride to the record made during protection of its families and businesses <

elect me to a second term as your by the Florida Sheriffs the time I have served you as and the prevention of
w.
superintendent I will continue to I have taken every I solicit your vote and support your sheriff. I am a lifelong resident -
crime in that community. I have
W. C. (Will) take this
stress quality education for our Gandy, I[ could to make myself will appreciate any help you of Walton county memberof never run for any public office I (

boys and girls and adult citizensof opportunity to announce to you, efficient law officer and give me. Sincerely, Joel T. the First Presbyterian Church, other than Sheriff for I feel that
Walton County, and dedicate the people of Walton County. that this training and my Masonic Lodge 170, and the Odd
Is: the office for which I am
I am candidate for reelectionto
myself anew to this noble task. a will allow me to serve you Fellows Lodge. (IOOF). qualified I worked with the
John E. Baldwin. the office of school board District I will appreciate Hubert Adkinson I will appreciate your vote and
Two, in the May 5th Democratic your -..... -.....-- support in the primary elections. \Motor Vehicle Commission for :5years
help in the
primaries.I campaign. served as a Florida High-
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER HOWARD "Andy" Sincerely, Patrolman, and served youas t't
want to thank each and every CURTIS H MILLER. way
DISTRICT THREEI one of you for the wonderful vote To The Residents Of Sheriff in Walton county for
6 When elected I will b. y
of years.
confidence that you bestowed Third Senatorial
wish to announce that I ama obligated only to you the votersof
upon me four years ago. If re- yF
I hereby announce ;
my :
candidate for re-election to the ; Walton county.
elected I will strive, as before
dacy for the office of
office of Commissioner AUDREY MCDONALDFOR
County ,
to give you and your children the from the Third '
District Three. I appreciate the
type of representation that the
trict of the State of
favors done during the
many me people of Walton County so jusUy COUNTY COMMISSIONER
have qualified as a
years I have tried to serve you to l t
deserve.It this office and will seek > DISTRICT FIVEI
the best of ability andI
very my
earnestly ask consideration has been a pleasure serving tion in the Democratic

in the future.your If you honor you and your children for the in May 1964. I earnestly *'l ;3s t d, ,, wish to announce for reelection .

me with another term to this past three yean. I am asking you your vote and support a for member of the Board Adoffious Wavd, candidate for
to give me a second term in campaign. 4 of County Commissioners of Wal-
office, I will continue to work ;,ub House of Representatives from
ucession as a member of your I shall provide a ton County from District Five
for the best interest of all our Walton county. I was born in
county at all times. Sincerely, School Board.I service based on the : |subject to tho wishes of the votersof Darlington 2-9-27 and attended

Hubert Bell retired from my trade in 1958 1. Shouppe Howell will Walton County in the May Darlington school. I entered military -

and I am not employed by any duce a bill to abolish the primaries. service, served time overseas -

ndividual or company and I can in car and truck tag I have been a life-long residentof ; after my military obliga-

and will devote my full time and came effective this year. qkV Walton County and if elected tion I returned home and did

C s effort if necessary to the fulfill- money is necessary then to this post I promise my loyaltyto various work. I then completedhigh

ment of the duties of this office means should be found the people of the county, asa school and then entered Troy

and the school affairs of this be shared by our tourists whole as much as to the people State College, receiving a D. S.
ounty. as residents. of District Five. I shall always
Degree in Business Administration. -
My past performance is a matter 2. Shouppe Howell will FOR TAX ASSESSOR I have the best interest and well .

of public record and is open an increase in aid to BISHOP"I being& of the people at heart and I am at the present representing
1 I hereby as a candi
announce
will work guided by such prin-
for inspection at any time.I citizens of Florida. on insurance company which takes
*-forreelection Tax As
as
I am a war veteran a memberof 3. Shouppe Howell will Lo ciples, I further pledge my loyalty me over Walton County and I
Walton
of County subject
American Legion Post 61, a the interference of the FOR TAX ASSESSOR and cooperation with the other see the various need of the clti-
the action of the voters in
the board for the
of
members
member of the Methodist Church, Government in any area. tens of Walton county.
and a member of your present 4. Shouppe Howell will Democratic primaries Clarence Carpenter has qualifiec best interest of the people servd With my educational back-

ror Walton county School Board. economy in State I have made every effort to this week as a candidate in Ih In such capacity. I sincrely solicit I ground I feel that I can represent
of Walton Coun
r Vote Oandy on May 5th. Thank competitive bidding, living the people faith- May Democratic primaries for tax your vote and will hold such In everyone with fair and unbiased
and the general public
In
you. prescribed budgets and assessor of Walton County. confidence and loyalty doing representation

ganization of any phase and honestly in the past best, Dorn in 1912 on a farm he was tho job if re-elected. I am in favor of democracytrue -
pledge myself to give my KYLEA LAIRD
Y kS" j ., AyL government[ that proves to merit approval of the the fourth child among a family I democracy where the majority i
5. Shouppe Howell will of eleven children. In 1034 he rule. I will never submitto
re-elected.
retain an adequate voice if married Era Galimore and began : a
pressure group or a minorityI
Rg legislature for the I will greatly appreciate in the coming your his family of two children-Harold will stand for the majority.
and support
counties. and Griselda both graduates of
Hubert R. I have always had a conserva-
..
E' Howell will Sincerely Walton School.
8 Shouppe High tive attitude toward the use of

>a to do away with homestead, He is a property owner ami tax- public funds and I will stand for

ption since this would ayer of Walton County and tHore. all state or county constructionto

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER older people and lower COUNTY COMMISSIONER fore, has acquired a knowledge a be awarded after competitive
'
DISTRICT 3 f4'euD DISTRICT ONEI : and an Interest in tho taxayersof bids.

I hereby announce myself as a 7. Shouppe Howell w this county. Also he has served -,,near I""e ; I see the need for road improvement -
candidate for County Commis- for the conservation of our ) hereby announce. a candi- three terms as a member of the d in Walton county especially -

sioner District 3 Walton.County resources and the to succeed mmyself as Coun- Town Council of DeFuniak I our rural roads.

in the Democratic primaries to be this area's business, Commissioner, Walton County Springs, acquainting himself with I will work toward better

held in May 1964. recreational potential. One, subject to the action the problems of the people as schools in Walton county for the

In announcing my candidacy I 8. Shouppe Howell ) the voters in the Democratic a whole. 3 betterment of the future genera

earnestly solicit the vote and sup- and vote for increased I will appreciate your He says he is sincerely gratefulfor tion and the rapid Increase in

port of the people of Walton for all citizens in the and support. Respectfully, the friends he has made these population.I .

County.I education and especially RIGDON ast years,- and if honored with will work toward compulsory

am not a candiate for County ______ field of vocational COUNTY COMMISSIONER this office will strive to serve legislation for the State Depart-

Commissioner because of the L-- ____ ucation for boys and girls DISTRICT S the people of Walton County to ment of Agriculture to requireall
_
solocitation of any group of individuals Third District not planing the very best of his ability at all meat and meat products to

nor any clique, but I f .. ..,. "../ tend college. I hereby announce as a candi- imes. wr meet the same rigid inspection as
am a candidate because I want < 9. Shouppe Howell will for County Commissioner Your vote and support will be Florida producers are required to

and need the job.I FOR SCHOOL BOARD with all elected or 5, subject to the action appreciated! 40.t

will specialize in working for DISTRICT-POUR' boards concerning any the voters of Walton county CLARENCE CARPENTERFOR I will expedite every feasible

Respectfully, be reached at the State the Democralc primaries. I have FOR SCHOOL BOARD effort to bring vocational and
you.
Jack Donald,Adair. I hereby announce .asa, candidate will not attempt to my. home in Walton county DISTRICT 4 technical schools to Walton coun-
for the Walton County Boardof lorce any decision upon the past 43 years, and have COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT ty, so that Industralist will be

Public Instruction, ..jc* to will abide by the children in school here. I FIVE I hereby announce as a candi- more favorable in locating in Wal-

FOR REPRESENTATIVEI the wishes,. of the Democratic by a conference with local familiar with the needs of the date for School Board Member ton county.

a voters in the county. o* the county concerned. county, and will serve the I wish to take this means to District! I will support our senior citizens -
myself :
hereby announce office of Houseof I have lived in Walton conty, 10. Shouppe Howell county if you honor me announce as a candidate for election I would like for votersto especially the blind dependent

candidate for the subject to the for the past 21 years. I am mar you honestly, faithfully the office. Master Mason as County Commissioner DIstrict know more about myself. I was and aged If there shouldbe

Representatives in the Spring ried and have two children: ligently so that the member and Sunday I Five subject to the wishesof born In Opp Ala. Moved to Wal- an increase In pay for public
wishes of the voters S. Air Force in torial District will teacher. I will appreciate the voters on the Democratic
General Elec served in the U. ton county, at the age of six, official, state or county let it be
and November 3rd. the Korean Conflict.. If elected to prosper.I vote and support. Sincerely, primaries. I have served the people where I was raised on farm in Increased let it be increased for

tion. to work this office I will serve the peopleof hope to contact each Henry Ca.sldy.CONSTABLE of my District before and the North Walton county. Serving the senior citizens accordingly.
If elected I promise, the county la a fair and in person and I whole county to the best of my in Infantry of U. S. Master Lodge No. 225 member
of Walton DI8T. 4 four years
hard for the people diligently, honest way at all tines. your vote, support and ability and feel this experience during World War II. YDO Club.-Adoffious Ward.of .
: Army
county. I will work I do better job
I will appreciate your vote and Democratic primaries will help me to a
with the Governor of Florida, and in this 1904. I I hereby announce myself as a It you favor me with your vote. I am a member of Oak Grove

all other Interested people to support race.J.. C Turner 10. Shouppe Howell will for Constable, District I will greatly appreciate. your Baptist Church, married and have the school system.

bring Industry into our county, so improve the roads of the subject to the wishes of the vote and support In the coming two children that attend West I am not at this time or will be

that all our citizens may be gainfully FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER in the May 5th Democratic primaries. DeFuniak Elementary School. I at any time tied to any party or

emplolyed.Paid DISTRICT THREE FOR COUNTY ALBERT D. GAVIN am active In P.T.A. which made it person other than the voters of
Political AdvertisementL. DISTRICT I IX I am a life long resident of possible for me to see the needsof Walton county. If voters of Wal-

.. S. "Sam" Campbel I hereby announce as a candi- hereby announce as county. I am married and COUNTY COMMISSIONER our schools, from a visit to ton county will give me the honorto

Rt. 2, Box 154 C date for the office of County Com date for the office of two children. FOR DISTRICT 3 most of our schools In the county.I serve them as their School

D Funtak Springs<< Florida missioner DistrictS, -..bjeettIM missioner, District No. 1, For the past six years I have am a tax payer of Walton Board ember from District 4. I

of the voters to tile :Demecratio County subject to the employed as a policeman by county. Owning and operating my will be grateful and will work
.
wishes for County
FOR COUNTY JUDGEI the voters in the May City of DeFuniak Springs. I am a candidate own business in Walton county asa for better schools in which our

primaries.I vote and tl cPrimaries 1B64. gives me much knowledge of Commissioner from District No Mechanical Contractor. So ;you 'children can attend.
R. Gatlin take this will appreciate your for Constable to 3. Brief history: Native of Walton of the tax
Jack I am a life long need your nee I know the value GLENN A. PARKERMr.
to announce to you, support. JUspwHfuttr, under certain conditions. County. Served in World War
opportunity JAlsXS PADGETT county and the son of active payer's dollar. I have long rea-
the people of Walton county, that G. M. Bishop of Argyle I 1. To help to protect life and Two and was honorably dis lized the importance of the school

I am a candidate for the office FOR CONSTABLE ried to the former charged. Worked as an automo- system to the future of our coun- Wayne Tappan of Fensa-

of County Judge. In so do f. I DISTRICT 4 and have three children 2. To cooperate with the other bile mechanic. Now own my own try and recognize that it is the cola spent the weekend with his
to write enforcement agencies of this business and have made a successof de- parents.
seek the opportunity I feel I am well biggest business in the county,
the lives of all of the people, the I hereby .anneanc as a candi- serve as Commissioner and county. it. manding a businessman to offer
love them and will 3. And most of all not prey I know the value of a dollar, in
fact that I date for re-election to the officeof honor me by electing me sound management principles
dispense Justice fairly and honesty Constable District. 4. office I will work hard the public for the little fee and when you elect me your the spending of the school funds 7 ot SC.t666
If you will has been used too much in County Commissioner, I'll see that
among them. I believe the nuamtoer of yean gress in the County and and In the planning for future

honor me with this Job In U.Ma7' .J I ha.. ..." *. as ytla r_ Constable the people in a fair of places in this county. Waalton County dollar get a expended.daUar'sworth budgetary needs.I .
5th Democratic primaries. i tit give tb.peel. My past record as a policeman for every
J gt.es gwHfk.tise W87. It will be to feel that my background and
I want vote.
and to make a your
strength qualified me you
Jjllity.- .. of good I will greatly
pledge my flour ,Mesa interest and Walton County's experience qualifies me to serve

will sincerely appreciate solicit any your help you BMT ....... Ja t..IUad.r as'your>Ka1'TOt&Mbwm vote' and support. Your vote that will you be can appreciated.trust. your interest .. vete forHayes on the school board and to help

tJ.F-.ppn..brt16. Sincerely.UAKVXZf BALPH AvaHII'ia Barton contribute to the planned growth
give me. cmAY1v f DAVIS. .
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73-PUBLISHED EVERY: THURSDAY THE DcFUNlAK HEHALP-BREEZE:
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Mr. and Mr :Marvin Murry has Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ta .n. hast County Has Nearly Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hackett accompanied -
as their guests his parents, Mr guests for several days; :last 9,000 registered voters by Mrs. Paulson droveto VOTE FOR RE-ELECT
and Mrs. William Murry of Luv- week their granddaughter, Cheryl Pensacola Tuesday of last
I e c-rne, Ala. last week. Taan of Panama City. week.
Mrs. Lutrell HI note attended a Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cawthonand Figures just released from the
state meeting of lunch school Miss Maude Saunders were office of M. C. Burke county Glendale Reports On Hubert R. Adkinson
workers in Jacksonville last week. visitors in Montgomery last week. supervisor of registration show a Cancer Fund Drive
total of 8883 registered voters in
Walton County-8792 of them registered Mrs. Wm A. Young chairmanfor
as Democrats. the Cancer Fund drive in
There are 78 Republicans regis the Glendale community reports ASSESSOR
tered in the 33 precincts in the $174.17 donated. She wishes to TAX
txizrL, .. county, with 13 registered as In. thank the people in the community -
Ab, dependents.The for their Interest and ,
': )t HERE'S HOW courthouse precinct No. 14, donations to the Cancer fund 1
has by far the largest registration ',
Ji'1't FLORIDA'SSENIOR in the county with 1558 voters. Mrs. Young was assised by !
Mrs. Art Klnkey, Mrs. Minnie a..
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; There are two other precincts in
SENATORSPESSARD
I DeFuniak Springs No. 20 the Moore Mrs. Olan Laird Mrs. r I *
Auditorium precinct with llnregistel'ed. : Darby Laird Mrs. Calvin Laird QUALIFIED g d };;.
Mrs. John Paul
.. Adams Mrs.
and the West End precinct '
No. 23, with 697. Nixon Mrs. Hurtis Wilkerson
HOLLANDSTANDS These three precincts have a Mrs. Hubert Bell Mn. Miles BYEXPERIENCE A FRIEND
.gyp 3 total regisration of 3406, or a Ray Mrs. Jim Rachels Mrs. x a., "i I
ON MIDICAL ASSISTANCE little less than 40 per cent of he Willie ColUn sworth. Mrs. Howard -
Griffith Mrs. Felix Mrs.
Ray,
cntir reeistration in the county. TO
Senator Holland strongly supports medIcal auUt-have Paxton, with 425 registered vot- Glen Neal and Mrs. Rufus Sun- :;ya3 a: 1

enc to Florida's older citizens. T.wo proposal ers, and Freeport with 634, are day. ; .... I
bn offered . Medicare and the Korr-Mills ap the other two largest precinct in ., <
< t ,,{
proach. Medicare offers only limited hospitalization he county. ALL!
and I Is financed by additional Sodal Security taxes Walton county has two precincts
administered by the Government. It cover all old J made up entirely of Negro voters L
persons, rich and poor, but doe not cover doctor -Precinct No. 30.. with 88 De- DEPENDABLE K 0. *
bills. On the other hand,KMT-Mill cover both hose mocrats and 1 Independent and "
pttal and doctor bills and protect only thote whet Precinct No. 32, Douglass with 96 rgx
have the need It is financed and administered by Democrats registered.
our states with large Federal support. Our entiro Largest Negro registration is in
Florida delegation in Congress voted for the Kerr- Precinct 14, with 368
Our tate legislature approved It Smallest precinct in the countyis
Mills approach.
for a two year period as did 36 of our states and Moores. No. 28. with 54 voters Born and reared on a farm
territories. W. are committed as a state and nationto I 1 and Childrens Home No. 23, is Life long: resident of Walton County
with 58.
( next smallest
try the Kerr-Mills ,approach we can make for two them years.to as-If Supervisor Burke reports interest a4' Veteran of World War II, serving three years in
changes are necessary rather high in voting absentee -
.
older eltl.enl. I combat
sure adequate medical assistance to our ballots with more than 150 duty overseas.
,TOW' r.rUkd d" imfKlREELECT )
applications received at this time. Married and have three children
Voting machines are used in the E3 ReElectED
Land and tax
SPESSARD L. larger precincts in the county owner payerIf

with paper ballots used in the elected to serve as your Tax Assessor for a second
small precincts.
MASON>1 term--- '. ..ea..** &;*1- p
..USE ONE OF OUR CARPET
SENATOR Shampooers FREE with Blue ro THEFLORIDA I pledge to each and every one to fight with all my

I U.S. Lustre Hardware Carpet Co.CRLi" Shampooer. Fisher PUBLIC power to keep assessments at a level that will be acceptable -

-_ UTILITIES COMMISSION to all. To have fair, equal and impartial assess-

Law Graduate and Form. ment and it will always be my purpose to perform the

-' .. >r/Aft/r/>* V Special Assistant to duties of the office in a way that will merit your respect -

ORIGINAL iA4! U. S. Attorney and confidence.I .

c rk f 24 Years of Law and would very much like to be able to see all of you

EXPERT PRESCRIPTION Er: e Progressive Public Service personally, but will not be able to do so, on account of

SERV. a..18y ICE Plwrm. o ,'* Cited for Fair and the duties of my office. Please accept this as my per-

..EYd.y.utlcoU{ Lout Impartial Regulation sonal request for your vote and support.

,:mP .c THURSDAYAPRIL: 3O thru V:; .J 5:___ f* Now Serving as Chairman
""w SATURDAY MAY 9""HvrrY"n'" of Florida Public Utilities. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
I
< .. Commission
*"""" __ APPRECIATED

c J ASPIRIN REXAll i; EXAll" Re-Elect ED MASON Sincerely
PANOVITE ,
I Experienced and Proven
g 5gr. 100't. No faster* : VITAMINS
;.:.;; relief made!) Leadership for Florida HUBERT R. ADKINSON
.1 acting E Help prevent vitamin : , .. .
L1RUBBING .. de lclencles. . ... .
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f. ;.. 2 lor 70e T.a.'::,,, I
1 A... 12." FAr 2 99 4
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t.U MONAcrr APC,100 TaDhb, S
/N'QVI CREAM'" Recall.eroaol' 2 for 1 1.20 'TorL'v
: Highspeed 2."CHEWAIU VITAMINS/ ,MlnuteMan' ", 100' 2 for .99 I : ONE CANDIDATE HAS
d 120 710 kLENZO MOUTHWASH.PInt 2 for 2.70
L lie DEODORANT 2 for
610. Coot Slue Cram' .80
I 110.UPPOS/JOII'EI./ Adult'. 2 for .70 ON
or '"'.nt'l 12' I TAKEN A STRONG STAND
2for56c \ lee IACCHAIt'N' 100'.y..Sr. Tab1 2 for .54 y, c
Ili HAND LOTION 2 :
C.rl Nom. for .40
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> >'< < IN HOUSEHOLD e'lOm R .TTnTT";:;;;:; > 2 for .99

mat sHAIR! a' 1.11 SEAMLESS NYLOMS.Spunt.Y! > 2 for .90 !
ISSUES
4Jo 5 VITAL
ADHESIVE TAPE Recall 2 for 1 jo
it ENVELOPE PACKS. 2 for .44
, SPRAY :::0.RUII'NI' ALCOHOL.''cO.RII! plat' 2 for .26 ,T,
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COUGH DROPS_ 2 for .60
l :raUeeuUr or lor Hard 1J0 .
; .Olllrs Lorrng,1_ !
2 for
} Hair. .30 IV
lgjg to-Hold Oat 'OOy
MAIIAII lOTION Recall 2 for .84
I l u 151II ao.OIUC ACID'
2 for Ointm.nt 2 for .99
.., 1/I CALAM'NI' LOTION ___ 2 for .36 SGOn KELLY
2 for .60


1.00 WATCH BANDS Nylon-._.- 2 for 1.01 REXALL BUFFERED

98c AIR REFRESHER u-or..ro.oi'_ 2 for .99 9: ';;;' Speeds ASPIRIN relief without I add
t __ upset. IS THAT MAN !
1.95 MOTH PROOFHf.roi'- ? , 2 for 1.96 too T.W.,.
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MEN'S AND LADIES'' '
E1' 59e EXTENSION CORD aft..__2 for .60
r BILLFOLDSColorful
rA 49c LIGHTER FLUID .Dr. __ .2 for .50
leather-grain styles. CIVIL RIGHTS! Scott Kelly opposes this bill with every,fibre of his being. Scott Kelly

;_" 2 2.99 _. .2 for ..80CARA
;?;. ,., 79e SHOWER CAPS
stands as Florida's symbol against this vicious bill. Your vote f9r Scott Kelly.

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" 't'" '- is your way of showing you are against this billl I
.1 1.45
NOM1 and t H 1. II! ISI r 1.20 VITAMIN VITAMIN, 1.12 M 25-mg.CONCENTRATE;100' ? , 2 for 1.48
CREAMS IN SCHOOLS 1
e m PRAYER
J Scott Ill In his Gov-
c: iRiiSi 1 Kelly everything power, as
LOTIONS TOOTH iS'z;;: ; 19 '
,2 for 1.51 i, Sic ADHESIVE' POWDER nylon.adaltal ernor to bring prayer and Bible-reading back to our public schools I Your
l ... : D.nturn
1 1.SO 00 COLD CIEANSIN9.CREAM LOTION 9Vi ox.4 ox.-,....__...-2 for 1.01 t Sic frhlm.ronr'''AEROSOL Lllll)fRTH'OUTr.' R...3" a"""2 for 99 vote for Scott Kelly will show that you want the Bible back in our public

: CUANSIN8 CREAM 3V* w._2 for 1.51" us fEVER .- .2 for .99 schoolslAUTOTRUCK I
1.50 ............. 2 for 2.01 ., ore''. TNEAMOMETERS
2.00 NIGHT CREAM 2 01.-__, ? ;:" r ctar.rue M"??......__.. ..__2 for 1.70
_..._2 for 2.51 JOc GAUZE M
i I 2.50 HORMONE CREAM 2 oar_ IANDA6EResal I2 ala Yd.._2 for f COSTS '
.31 TAG !
125 ASTRINGENT 4E.-- -.----- _2 for 1M .. 3.5' HOT WAn IOTTLE. Victoria 2r' -2 for 3.60 Scott Kelly was the Legislature's valiant
ii 1.01 450 -
1.00 SIGN FRESHENER 4 oar.-'_--2 f for 49a BABY VITAMIN PANTS C iMnf. too.fyTT', ---"- .2 for .48 leader against this burdening tax load, a load which hurts the people who
for 2.51 bloom.r
I 2.50 MIST COLOGNE Goldn LUlo 2 or.? rrz 1.51 190 AFTER SHAVE LOTION :.2 for .50 .;; can afford it least. Your vote for Scott Kelly, the first candidate to vow
SOAP ,Lily leaks' box-boxes luau --2 for .70
1.501ATH 490
1.25 COLOGNE BEllE Spring 4eitimfrairaneM-Z1or 1.28 RAZOR BLADES.'IIUO'lDr sL 11'a 2 for ..502forI.OI against this increase,will show you want this tax Increase repealed I

lie SHAMPOO 4 f.vo..U.. ____2;for for 1.99.51 ''BSS LOPfS 4 .K' ,litter nft.S ,1. 1
1.50 LIPSTICK Mara.cWnolom.Un.' for 1.51 : : ,2 for Ml r. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Scott Kelly will veto/ any and all legislation
.. 2 2
for
COSMETICS Ridlanc-
.50 .._... for .IB 490 BALL PEN Itmu .11 before him which the homestead
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1 45c: COTTON SttUA ESn sm-? -- ---- ?-2 for .50 which comes as governor, might change

1 exemption. Your vote for Scott Kelly will mean you want the Homestead

00IUUS 0UVSPINNERWAM EXTRA VALUES TOO GOOD TO MISS Exemption law to stay as it fsl I
Not on Our Ic Seilc Plan

SET 21.PitC* ....., ... ..-.... .__ 4." TRANSISTOR. RA1IO with earphone CM,bat__-.... GROCERY-MEDICINE SALES TAX! Scott Kelly will VETO any

1.M LITSTICM Maraschino,-.,-,.-.-,-,-,. 3 for 1.25 1EX.RAT FUSHDUUS popular sizes. ITS..,J9101J9LSI and all legMation! which might put a sales tax on medicine or groceries.Your .

atrotol' ., .11 . MhMlv '.ndl....1*_1.19
aUTN roWDU 7- i. tUlK BANOI
r.nr.m. -- -? ? vote for Scott Kelly will mean th??you do not want to pay any such taxi

MIlT COLOSNE Bouquitl of Spring___ 1.1. S... rOLDINC. SYRINGE' Snugfold. -.----. ......2.59

UMU OATS Lori 20 packets' box. -.-.3 boxes .98 AUTOMATIC TOOTNORUSM..with 4 brushes_12.99

HAIR' lUll Dominion _..11.89
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TOOTHPASTE Retail Fluoride or Rtsulw 3 tubes .99
OXEO STATIONCIY Fancy rinlttl. ..- ._-?_1.59

MANY MORE ITEMS AT SALE PIICD-COIIE EARLY!
SCOTT KELLY


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F <. This is Curtis R. Miller, your all-county candidate for
sheriff. I am trying to see each of you before Election
i I Day. However, due to the size and population of our
county this is impossible For those of you who I am
unable to see, this is my pledge.
:

.. -Vr I promise to everyone a Sheriff's Departmentthat '
will give you four years of fair and impartial law
+ : enforcement.
1A i ]<' i .
Nothing is more important than the safety of our
a children. To the parents of this county, I dedicate my
efforts to the protection of our children. At all times
: my department will cooperate with our Juvenile Autho-
Paid rities in bringing this about.

RE-ELECT JOHN E. .. ( As a responsible leader I will strive at all timesto
April) maintain the moral values which your Sherff should

BALDWINSuperintendent .. One possess. '_

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light These things I ask you to remember when goingto
the polls on Tuesday, May 5th. Vote for Curtis R. i
All Miller, your Sheriff. _
OF Thank you
PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONFOR

ALL WALTON COUNTY R. Miller
An
"And Keep The ?l/e4enrs Sign Up"JOHN !

ously ( )
E. BALDWIN THE MAN All

Born September 7, 1921 An
Reared on a farm : from
and and Elect
Married Monetha\ Smithgall
( )
from Ponce de Leon, Florida .
Have two children in school-
Rand-tenth grade, Ben-fourth grade funds ) $'edt 2CC&Ceed 11ea
Member and Sunday School teacher .
Methodist Church
Member-Masons, Kiwanis, Ruritan .
Member National Education
Association Belser F ,
Member Florida Education Association
Member Walton County Education \ FOR

Association Member Florida Superintendent's
r Association 'I Se..ator
Masters Degree-University of Florida In'r. ;
Master's Degree plus Supervision and r
Administration-Florida State University f 1
Twenty years school experience as time Efficiency -- Dignity i
teacher and administrator at
for
JOHN E. BALDWIN DESIRES WILL, EVER BE HIS
"THE SUPERINTENDENT""A J ,
RECORD THAT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF" NEXT FOUR ((4) YEARS IN
INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM .
Re-emphasized READING, WRITING, .
ARITHMETIC and SPELLING .
Strengthened the academic courses in
the high schools a Change
Conducted the first county-wide
curriculum improvement study in A
Walton CountyCoordinated A
elementary-Junior high ...d
senior high programs
Expanded guidance programs This
Expanded reading enrichment programs I
Expanded driver Education program for Bargain
Started college'night program for "ALL
seniors and parents
enrichment program
Expanded summer -- AT
Attained a unit for a speech therapy
program to begin when a teacher becomes
available Danley Furniture
schools Worked for improved libraries in all .','

Will continue to work for all our schoolsto Thank ; I ,
b
be accredited by the State of Florida as your ; TWO DAYS ONLY
for the
and the_ Southern Association
PERSONNEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM If second you May 1-2
teachers and Fri.-Saturday
Employed Walton County to : { ,
other personnel first when qualified 1. t: &

Have most dedicated acquired group the best of instructional qualified and and 2."and : 11" {;l'' YOUR CHOICE

personnel, as a whole, to /.t
non-instructional 3. ONE BEAUTIFUL, BLACK AND WHITE
be found in any county in the state of

Florida Will continue to select the best qualified : : W 11x14 inch Bust Vig. only $T.OO

people to fill all positions or
continue to advocate
will
advocated and
Have and work for adequate salaries for 4. ONE LOVELY FULL FIGURE

all the school employees 5. 11x14 inch Gold Tone only $1.95
Will continue to seek ways of eliminatingthe G.
necessity of teachers performing -
routine jobs which hinders them from 7. : ) Small Additional Charge for Groups.
their job of teaching. A Selection of Proofs to Choose From.
Will continue to seek ways of providing ities Only One Bargain Offer to a Family. i
adequate teaching facilities and materials 8. PORTRAITS DECIDEDLY BETTER!
including student and teacher desks and

BUILDING PROGRAM ,- 281416.80 ft. Studio Pensacola Fla.DeFUNIA
school Pr
One complete new elementary .
West DeFuniak Elementary 10. The J .
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THURSDAY, APRIL 80. 1964
; {VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK, HERALD-BREEZE _

Eastern Star Will Homecoming And Revival ,, :...-_:; .((::' -. -::- .. 1'- .'. - '. ,,' -, .'
HOMECOMING PROGRAM Serve Supper At Rally Meeting At Davis Lane

I Pleasant Grove Rev. and Mrs. Truett House, of
Baptist ChurchMAY DeFunlak Chapter 115. OES
Fort Worth, Tex., will return to
3, 19Gi tally will serve at city supper auditorium at the on political May this area, their home for several For Elect
years, to hold a revival meetingat Vote
2nd. Serving time will be from
9:45: Sunday School-Supt. Johnny Bartlett Davis Lane Baptist church
4:30: p.m. until 6:30: pjn. +
I 10:45: Song Service May 310. J
;M 11:00: Message\ : 1 Rev. Freeman Smith, Pastor Plates for adults $1.000, children Mr. and Mrs. House are well-
80 cents. Coffee and cake
\\r known to many friends here
12:00: Lunch will be sold during speakings. ,
Sunday May 3 will be homecoming -
1:00: Singing-Under direction of Roddy Harrison at Davis Lane, with dinneron MARVIN BISHOP
1:25: Welcome' of Visitors-Ellis Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Witheyof the grounds. The most cordial
1:35: Response-Gilbert Broxson Panama City, attended the invitation is extended to friends
1:45 annual Jaycees Caucus at the old and new to enjoy this fellow .:
: Special Music\ -By Girls
country club here Saturday night. ship next Sunday. Sunday School
2:00: Message: Frank Thomas. 11 at 9:45: Morning Worship at
2:30: Group Singing Miss Angela Seymour of FSU 11:00: (, with Brother House preachIng YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1
spent the weekend in DeFuniak followed dinner together.
3:00: Dismiss by
visiting her father, Mr. Harry Evening meetings will be at 7 I I will make a determined, conscientious effort to
and friends.
Seymour o'clock every nlcht in the week.
through May 10.: make sure the county is guaranteed a dollar's value
'
_= J" -< r :' - -orvis R. Miller, Pastor. w
t for dollar spent.
Mrs. Joan Edwards and son, r every
.....y... .Joe Jimmy Griffin of Ft. of Walton Valparaiso Beach, Mrs.nnd 4
Mrs. Earl Dudley spent a few
V@te For ftr', Ga.days, with last week friends in and Thomasville relatives, I believe in equal distribution of secondary road

." Friday.Mr.and attended. the rose show on funds and in locating these roads where they will do

r1t" their. and Mrs. B. S. Elllsor their has the most good for the most people.r .
< as guest this weekend
d Elect ': daughter, Mary Ben, of Atlanta.
ar r
Friends eccompaning her were r
," Misses Ann Huff, Bonnie FI k
:: Carolyn Stills also of Atlanta, I believe a Commissioner should give enough time
and Allen Everett of Hat ssburg.

JOE DAN TROTMAN 1< .)kre .. Miss.Miss Cynthia Flow ol FSU. v', to this work to carry out all of. the duties of, this
: spent the'weekend here v ith her office-and I will do this! -'
Jr'Your Y Flow.parents, Mr. and Mrs." I Howard

County Judge
r I invite the people of the entire county to talk withme

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fJ r-- p ,q ttw,4 about their problems relating to the Commis-

To The People of Walton CountyLADIES sioners work and I'will personally make a study of

P everyone of them.
.. V. LAWSON OWNER
AND GENTLEMEN: t
WED.-TH URS.FRI.SAMSON' I will sincerely appreciate your vote and support.
I am Joe Dan Trotman, Your County Judge.I .' -

am thankful for the opportunity to ask for your ;
vote and support for re-election to the office as your GOLIATH" Marvin BishopFOR

County Judge.I $.:
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am proud of my record of service to you, and to the '. COUNTY COMMISSIONER '- DISTRICT 1

youth of our county. It is upon this record of honest, efficient ,. are: k
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and humane service to you that I ask for re ; ," r.t .11...
election. { te-- HE WANTS TO SERVE YOU.

1kW11:
When I first came to this office through your vote f

of confidence I realized the many duties and important f'.J'
decisions which would have to be considered and madein bJ.t. '
order to qualify as a good and capable judge, sinceI .
had worked in the County Judges office when my VOTE FOR
father was your judge. I knew those decisions would af- S'AMsoJii;
fect the lives and happiness of people of all,ages in our
county.' bE QllEER
u CDUJRSCOPE HAYDON BURNS
I Few people realize the many duties of a county judge. 4

Legal decisions must be made affecting your propertyin PLUS .
,
the probating of wills and estates and protecting your 1 < ;qi,': ;;;3;",,' ,'x ......
GOUAl I HAND ",, '
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rights and desires in your property, settlement after y-"" ' ,
your death. The administration of guardianships in the )TOE SINS ",0,.>.' >,, 4. P
protection of minors, widows and orphans. Administrative orBABYTONMCOLORaTECHNISCOPt I "" ,

duties such as issuing licenses of' many different I
kinds. Also the conducting of many legal hearings and '.
trials and determining proper and fair penalties SATURDAY I :

for law violators. There are many departments ina DOUBLE FEATURECeUoi ,!,

i being.County Judges office which affect our lives and well- :;qa :; : Pr ,yJ WEAR ,.

i t s?'r 3f: j: :F'11 Channel 3

I The most important function of this office is the
Juvenile court As your servant I have tried to learn :, PensacolaAril

children problems and procedures to aid our children. I ,la_ ,; I *
4 have attended at my own expense many courses at

Florida State University to qualify me for better service ( lidd 1N6Jiflli I : Thursday, 30
in this field. Many problems and decisions in the CaPtain ; <..

juvenile court are not made public and must be of a ..Wth trr, : < il < e yr'x! ',,, ,;', 10:20: P. M.
confidential nature in order to turn a youth away froma : .. ip+.., ) '1. : : ;' 'i
life of crime and disgrace, and assist them in becom- = .fllmatlCflDR.1 : *

I ing valuable citizens. Joe Dan Trotman understands -. au .. ;
"R"
this problem-he has children of his own and wants to PLUS .ik Sunday, May 3
protect yours as well. I know I have done a good job -
"How To MakeA 10:20: P. M.
with our young people.I .
Monster"IN
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have performed the duties of your county judges COLOR ..
office to the best of my ability and I would like to con-
tinue in this dedicated effort on May 5th your vote for SUN.-MON.-TUES. y
Joe Dan Trotman will be appreciated. Thank you.
MGM PAUL NEWMAN


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Pastor, Orvls' Miller

Santa Rosa Baptist Mission
Rev. Marvin Taylor i

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Freeport Presbyterian ChurcBOlandal
Presbyterian Church
Red Bay Presbyterian Church
.John M, Ash Minister

Saint Agatha' Episcopal: Church (
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Rev. George Mllam

First Methodist Church 0,
Circle Drlv.. West
Rev. Sam Shirah -

Wesley Lire Oak Memorial Avenue Methodist .:: u'r; 7 ji Vtw

Winston Jay

Freeport and Portland t
Methodist ChurchJ.
D. Renfroe k -4__ : '- .a.a : 'SK'1k

Bruce Methodist ChurchJ .
J. Snodgrasa

Alaaua Center Ridge MethodistJ
A. Anthony, Jr. t' t
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Darlington Methodist Church
Rev. C. C. Colvin

Ponce de Leon Methodist Church ....
Rev. C. C. Colvin k
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I DeFunlak Springs First Baptist y'yd ye 1S ss SR, faf,4"T ;4'tJ' is +; ::
Uveoak & Eleventh StreetW. : ;'4 ..
O. Wlllham, Pastor nCy'k';,x ,- g si,s'l' e'h a f x,tSS,,, r ;' , .'; > r 7 v gX
East Baptist Church *

Richard Bloodworth Pastor ; Ifk I IoJ

Baldwin Avenue Baptist Church t _
W. Baldwin Avenue
Rev. Wilbur F. Cotton Pastor c "
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Rev. Glen Spence k "

Gaskin First Baptist ChurchL.
CJ Johnson, Pastor _

rr..pori Baptist ChurchW.
L. Clark, Pastor
THE CHURCH FOR ALL -

(it) Friendship Baptist Church ALL FOR THE CHURCH .'
Pastor
C. Lester Weekly
: The Chinch is the greatest "Don't forget Tippy's treat!I" Even if vve'it: a bit late leaving for church, Susan
Gaskin South Baptist Church '
factor earth for the building .
Rev. Tucker Aplin ,, of on character and good- and Mark must take their paper bag of surprises for Tippy the squirrel.1 Tippy lives

,{. It storehouse! in the beside the church and he's of
Glendale Baptist Church w o, citizenship. is a park one many happy, heart-warming things
J, 13. Birmingham, Pastor I of spiritual values. Without! that our family looks forward to on Sundays. ,
n strong church neither
i ...,.. democracy nor civilization ,
Lime Stone Baptist Pastor Church o. can survive( There are four We are rearing our children in the Christian faith because we know from our
Rev. Cony Black '
:', sound reasons why every own experience"how much it means to young people growing up. Without a right "-
New Harmony Baptist Church person should attend services) of values 1 1 to i into trouble. .
regularly and the sense youngsters are so likely get
Rev. Kenneth Kickllghter j, support
I church. They are: ((1)) For his ':- ,
Kenneth Oak Grove Baptist Pastor Church own Bike ((2)) For his thil Already Susan and Mark are learning to trust in the loving protection of God,
Wadle
tlren's sake. ((3))) For the Bike: and to turn to Him with their little problems. Through the stories of Jesus they
Paxton Baptist Church of his community and natIOn.
Charles Kerby, Pastor .- I ((4)) For the sake of the thuuh are beginning to understand. what it means to follow Him. We, pray that this childhood I '

Pleaaant Ride Baptist Church! t itself, v\hiclt needs his moral pattern will strengthen and form a steadfast foundation for the whole of their
material Plan
Rev. James Kinchin and church support. lives. No parents could ask for more.
to go to regularly' .
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church and read! your Bible daily.
Freeman Smith, Pastor

Red Bay Baptist Chunk ,e:5-: \ Copyright 1964, Keister Advertising Service, Inc.,Strasburg,Va.
Rev. T. R. Padgett ; .
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Southwide Baptist Church .. \ = ...
Rev. Ivan Martin / Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday SaturdayPsalms
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Can., Creek Baptist Chunk A 146:1-10: 147:11:1.7 9:6-15: :aH-21: 6:3-10: 5:1-11:
Robert Knox PPastor '
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Rev.Darlington Aubrey Baptist Todd Church These Religious Messages are Beina Published Each Week in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsored .

Liberty 4ai mhly of Od OHM .
J. W. Singletary : .

Pastor Children's: Guar Hwmtm PcnnllPaxtoa Aai..blf+ ee CIeC ky Following Interested Individuals and Business Establishments:


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W. A. Whitaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott

West Lad AaMmbly etf O.4 A GOOD HARDWARE STORE .. PLUMBING HEATING
Cary Richards: "IP IT BURN 711 LIVE OAK AVE. A. B. Covell
Cluster Springs Baptist Church Piggly Wiggly
& Co.
King
Harold Smith, Pastor
Tl a. ORIGINAL ,SnitSetvl.eDa CONTRACTORComander
Mossy Head Baptist Mission FORD CAIN'SStandard Rivard Chevrolet
Floyd Garrett, Pastor Station
Peoples Water Service Furniture Co. Company
Argyle Baptist Mission GAS OIL aley Funeral
Rev. Lee King WASHING GREASING Company Creel Ford Co. Home
OF COASTAL FLORIDA
Lake Stanley Baptist Ch.... Gof rs MERCER COMANDER_ P.. D..
Ready To
, Rev. Harold R. Padgett Choctawhatchee -
Wear StoreN. RITZ THEATRE Wls
DepartmentStore Electric Cooperative
1 Pleasant tth'' ST. Henry KoerberYOUR ,
Valley Baptist Church
I "GET MORE OUT OP LIPE-
T. R. Padgett, Pastor Western Auto GO OUT TO A MOVIE" PURINA DEALER Inc.
YOU ENJOY BETTER LIVING-.
r Associate Store. EASIER LIVING,
.)_, : . 9th Street The DeFuniak Herald First National Bank Moore Furniture Co. LIVE ELECTRICALLYt" WHEN YOU


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Tl1URSDAY: APRIL 30. :1boc1r
Walton County takes the chip on patrol while the of this publication each and every that time dissolving- said corporation.
other has time to with their such corporation listed below that ha I COMPAI'V neFUNIAK SPRINGS
Men In ServiceAirman spend not In the meantime riled its report Name' Principal Place of busier.. FLORIDA? CHOCTAW CORPOR-
families and undergo additional due and paid the tales due CHOCTAWlIATCHEE .i. V.ffrHE> DeFUNIAK HPRINOS r
tl8lnln under the provisions of Section HIiACHCOR'ORATiON Per directed that a copy of HOW MUCH '
IS IT WORTH
Florida lIt 1. not TO I
Second Class Charles V Statute will be 608.33'1 DePVNIAK: SPRINGS ::; the b" published' one time
the Governor of the State of CITY TRAcroR beFunian Herald-Bi er*. .
Majors son of Mrs. Johnnie M Army Pvt. Arthur E. McLain, I ida who will Issue a : AND IMPLEMENT newspaper published In Walton Ooun- SAFEGUARD YOUR VALUABLES
Timmons of 101 Bruce Ave., has son of Arthur P. McLain, Route - office tv Florida of the In which above county listed the corpora-horn ?
completed the technical training 4, completed advanced Infantry r tion. are shown to be located.
course for United States Air Force training with the 5th Division's IN WITNESS WHKREOEP. I .. ( tJ
have hereunto set handand '
Information specialists. 2d Infantry at Fort Devens, Mass. caused the treat my Seal :1\
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Airman Majors, whose father, this month. of the State of Florid. to I -.-
be
affixed at
Tallahassee
Talmadge D.Majors, lives on Reed McLain was trained In cjoge} the Capital. this the 21st
Road Warrlngton' Fla., received combat techniques, guerrilla and (SEAL) day of April TOM A.ADA D.Ma.1S64. ;!J
academic training and practical chemical warfare and the use of VOTE FOR SECRETARY OP 8TATJBOrnamental .
It April 3J.( 19114
work In news writing public such (modern weapons. .s tho I
speaking, radio and televlslonecbniquea M-14 rifle and the M-60 machine-
= news photography and gun '
Air Force information policies. The 23-year-old soldier enteredthe EARLFAIRCLOTH
The airman graduated from Army In October 1953 and
peFuniak Springs High School In completed basic combat Ironwork
trainingat
Ipso and attended Atlanta (Ga.) Fort Jackson, S. C. Shop Located At Gaskin LSN a
School of Electronics. Ills wife,
!
Mina, Is living .t 322 Dougun< St.,

plytheville, Ark. LEGAL NOTICE ATTORNEY GENERAL I Just think of it: For a few cents a day
.Airman{ Majors Is returning to
NOTICK!: ft. I a Safe Deposit Box hero will safeguardyoor
BlythevfJle 'AFB, Ark., where he TO DISSOLVE CORPORA' A PRACTICING LAWYER.
!ONS .
will serve en the Information staff. II valuables against fire, theft, flood,

K. -Anderson, quartermaster tutee Notice,.to 1 of* each hereby Section of given the SO8 corporation.30.under Florida the Sta proTlslon. lut- NOT A PRACTICING POLITICIAN i misplacement.. and prying eyes! You'll

third class, USN", son of ated... below.under the the came laws of being Florida Incorpor and BORN IN LEVY COUNTY. I know whore they are when you want
Mr. and Mrs. Angus K. AndersenGrady according to the records of the Secretary them: Safeguarded at all times
of Route 3, Is serving aboard the of State, each and every such Univ. of Florida Law School yet con-
Graduate.
corporation
ballistic missile submarine USS appear delinquent for veoteitly available.
three (3)) year or more In the flung
Robert E. Lee presently on patrolin of report. and payment of taxes
under
the North Atlantic.He Florida the Statute.provision. and of that Section under 60833 the, Practicing Lawyer for 14 Years.THERE'S Rent a Safe !Deposit C--x heel- .' .,.!
Is a member of the Lee's Drovlsion. of said Section 608.30. Flor- All Work OaarantMdCampbell
Blue Crew. Each ballistic missile da Statute, .aid corporation have
been classed a* subject to dissolution NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCEIs -
submmmarine has two crews, one end that three (U) ninths after date WeldingRt.
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II pUR. "AONT BtE BABENrHE

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T2 R/7' MY THE/R 417VGSsA / "
By: M. O. "Buddy" Warren

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Despite the old saying that

V 11 i1 everybody loves a fat man",
obesity is not a sought after
Int1.JJ..E condition due to the menace
i to health It poses.

Obesity invites gall bladder
trouble and high blood pres-
sure and increases suscepti-
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bility to a host of troubles
such as diabetes, gout and
arthritis. .x
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Also, overweigh persons are

greater risks o nthe operating That way, they enjoy the matchless benefits of
anesthetic as well as the
stringier types.Incidentally. safety, plus the convenience of many other bank
it won't take
services all under roof. Come in and
much weighty though to real one open
.! ize why Service Drug Co.
., your bank account with us.

.. THIS any way to run railroad ? *:,;,_ : .. criptions is the favorite for source folks of locally.pres. I

Our service is fast, friendlyand THERE'S NOTHING QUITE LIKE MONEY IN THE BANK!
efficient at Service Drug
Company.This .
Subsidized Competition: If Bringing Our
Railroads to tha Brink of Socialisation week's Household hln: CAW fON STATE BANK

soften if rinsed in water withA
stiff Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Last September the Southern Railway cut its freight! rates on grain 30%. It was chamois cloth will
a tablespoonful of olive oil
able to do this because it had developed at a cost of several millions of dollars added. :DerUMI.AK jf?> IitIN, FUMUDA
more efficient cars and equipment for handling grain.
But 30 days later the Interstate Commerce Commission decided that tho railroad
would have to restore about half of the cut. -= --- -
How could such a thing happen you ask? Because federal bureaucracy was
afraid it would take business away from the barge lines which operato on waterways
provided-and maintained- entirely at public expense.
This is one reason why nearly one-quarter of tha American railroad industry
today is operating at a loss.Subsidized competition has brought many systems to ,
the brink of nationalization.For .
years lawmakers have been subjecting the railroads to crippling labor tar
and regulatory laws.Many of these harsh restrictions date back to the turn of tho
century when the rails had little or no competition in the form of trucks buses
barges and airlines.
The "featherbedding" issue which Involves antiquated work and wage rules
established in the days of alow and inefficient steam locomotives:: ,is a good example.
Although the practice has been outlawed by the highest courts in the land somo THE SWIMSUIT
railroad unions say they would rather have the railroads taken over by tho govern-
ment than bow to this ruling. s
Other forms of government harassment Include the practice in many states of / SENSATIONOF
taxing railroad properties at a much higher rate of assessment than comparable
commercial properties and denying the railroads opportunity to reduce expenses THE YEAR
through mergers with other lines and to engage in other forms of transportationunder
reasonable regulatory authority.
I* there any cure for these ills? Stnmlng! two-piece style

Would nationalization as some onion labor heads suggest bo tho best; with boundstooth check
way to overcome the railroads' present difficulties? 99
On the basis of a survey of 25 foreign nations where railroads are stretch top and per 8

government-owned James M.Sites of the Association of American saintly pleated Arnel

Railroads, says that political operation has been: omit '\ o atL skirt. Quick drying fabric
--u by huge taxpayer deficits,by declining service and by eco deterioration
all along the line."If U.8.lines were nationalized as they are in Europe ; built-in like bra.

America would not only have to give up the$523-million in tax revenues now Iii,. Mack, yellow,
paid by the railroads into our public treasuries but it would cost the taxpayers
about$2-bQlion a year to offset railroad operating deficits,"says Sites. green or red top with
jy .American railroads are not asking:for favoritism. They simply want to be able white skirt. Sizes 30 to
to compete on a fair and equitable basis.As we have learned in the electric business 36. titiro
taxpayer subsidies can destroy taxpaying competition and the taxes once paid by -
these destroyed companies-whether they be electric utilities or railroads-must
and will be added to your already oppressive tax bill! .
In: 1962 the late President Kennedy called for a new policy which would rely New Fashion 'Ideal
more upon competition between the carriers and less upon regulation. Since then x
:President Johnson too,has strongly urged that steps be taken to remove the basic BEACHSHIFT
inequities among the various modes of transportation to encourage constructive
competition.This we believe makes a lot of sense.
The impressive record of forward looking railroad managements in recent years QUALITY
in reducing operating costs by developing:more efficient rolling stock and speedingup ALWAYSnBST
service belies the charge of some of their unregulated and government-pampered
competitors that this is a "dying industry." Its a great tribute to the Americanfree
enterprise system and augurs well for the :future of this vital industry.coiviF'Aisrv'. 399



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GULF POWER '-. wtth oversize' patch pock
ets. Wear ft to the beach
This message r.pt&lisLec fey Golf Pawn Company for the purposeof over' your swlaunlt. black
alerting the people of Northwest Florida to the dangers of growing
nape. red. pink I and
I Government competition in almost every field of private business.

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LEGAL NOTICES The Rural Renewal cram. TLt-1 Glen H. 'Oldh' n Was law of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ray Air*. Glands Earl Wood of TERMITES
Walton Holmes and 'Wasliing-' In Copter CrashLt. ol DeFunlak Springs Tama; has been visited. her uncle

Program DiscussedAt ton counties were recently designated Services were held Saturday: and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Curtis ?
SVJAI MIESC
FOR IN THE WAL1-ON CIRCUIT"COUNT COURT, FIOHIUA IN AND Chamber MeetingHello as one of five areas in Olen H. Oldham, age 27, April 11, 1964 at 10 ajn. in Tus EEarley Rock Hill. She left Tues-
IN CHANrFKV. NO. S221UFTTT the United States to participate in was among twelve military per. day to visit her husband Don

I. (formerly SUB Mrs WELA.H.Franklin J. Rushing) y this progiam.Mis. sonnet on March 27, 1964, that con.Information taken from the Wood who will complete his \

Plaintiff We have scheduled a coffee was killed\ in a helicopter crashIn Tuscon Daily Citizen. training in the Air Force in Wash- 1P
-VS- Shabeck sister of Mrs. the Philippines. ington on Aril 100. The couple
FRANKLIN J. meeting for all of the members
RUSHINGDefendant/ of the Walton County Chamber of Estelle Gillis, left Tuesday for Lt. Oldham is a helicopterpilotbut Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilkinson will visit in DeFuniak enroute to :f ah
NOTICE OF BALK .J
overnight visit in Jackson Martha Sue Andrews) home their home in Tampa. -
Nodes Is hereby given pursuant to Commerce, their guests and any an was riding as a passenger. at ( was '
Final Decree of partition dated the interested ville. From Jacksonville she will the time of the crash. from Atlanta, visiting her parents Mrs. Ethel Ellisor of Mobile, call , ,fl'r
1, o 24th day of March, 1964, and entered persons for Wednes her home in Sliver Ho Mrs. Tom of I
return to was the husband of Julia Mr and Andrews. Ac and Mrs. Sue Dee MfcCaskill
In Chancery Case No. 8221, of the day. April 22, at 9:00: a.m. at Mom
Circuit Court of tbe First. JudIcial &, Dad's Restaurant on Highway Srlng+, Md.Saves }Mae Oldham father of Michael companied them were Mr. and Pensacola, have returned home btar
i Florida Circuit In wherein and for Betty Walton Sue Wells County U 90 West in DeFunlak Springs. Oldham both of 1721 E. Silver Mrs. J. C. Wilkinson, his parents after visiting Mrs. A. G. Doug-

the Plaintiff and Franklin J. Rushlog These meetings scheduled \ St. Tuscon, Arizona and son-in- also of Atlanta lass. the sake of your home
u the Defendant. I will sell to are --
the highest and best bidder for cash periodically to give you an opportunity -.
County at the Court front step House of In the DeFunta Walton to take an active partin Me A Lot of r

Springs Florida, during the boura of your Chamber of Commerce.The .
11:00: and 1:00: P.M. on May 18. 1004
I for this meeting
the following: described property asset speaker Money, Too! Test"the best and bank the inRambler's
forth In the said Final Decree, will be Bill Weathers from the savings

vo-wlti"100 feet by 100 feet lying In a Farm Home Administration officein Why not save some of '
square on the South end of the following Gainesville, formerly of De- hard-earned dollars '
described land. The complete your
Funiak Springs. With him will be
4 descriptions as follow.-of
with policy on your
a
plat 100 ft. E it W by eas ft. N John Lovelorn. National Director !
At S on the North end of Lot 24 of Rural Areas Develoment group, home that covers fire

of KE'i Kam-Akers of Section a 1.subdivision 8WV4 of Section of from Washington, D.' C., and Mr. theft, liability, win other i d- WHERE THE BUYS ARE! We've got special savings -
i 22. NK 4 of Section 38 and John Carver, Area Director from storm and many
NW'4 of Section 27 lylnv Northof risks. Not the slightest now on hardtops, convertibles,sedans,wagons.
Chipley.
State Road No 1 BO. Tp 3. N Ranee 19 West Bill Weathers will speak on and obligation in giving us a We've got a choice of 7 transmissions 9 engines
of the Tallahassee Meridian
as call.
plat platted being by of Garland record Edward In the office Bald explain the Rural Renewal pro Spring i (V-8s and 6s,25) beautiful Spring models in all. Each

of the Clerk of the Circuit CourtI Insurance offers famous Rambler extra-value features like
Harris
of Walton County Florida.. '* r .:
Dated April 7. 11HI4.Paul within 30 days.sifter the actual date I
A. Teelln of the opening thereof AgencyTW Double-Safety Brakes and Deep-Dip rust proofing,
Wm. S. Billy) Fountain City of DePunlaJt Springs, Florida '
Baker Caswell By: (a) Harold Goodwin at no extra cost. And each is all dressed up and

I ADAMS .* PALMERBy Commissioners By <*) Glenn E Mayor Rowe 6-2451 ':Selling ready to save you money. (Rambler American savings -
David W. PalmerAttorneys President of Council
for Plaintiff Attest I DeFunlak Springs Fla. start with the lowest prices of U.S.-built
P. O. Box 03Crestrlew. (Is) Byble Keel any _

6t1: Apl 18. Florida- May 18 I IAPPLlC April City Clerk 17. 19: 42t I carl) Come see .,. come.save today! _
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::4.23,30 Price comparison baaed en manufacturers_...ned rats I prices.TCSTTrlE -
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE Spree

FLORIDA 3'Ag STATUTES:; : FINAL cJk!

In Court of the County Judge, '
Walton County 'ELECT THE9ua44d
State or Florida m ... BEST-
JOSEPH FEDASIUK Q '
Deceaied. GO r RAMBLER
In Probate
!lFJ
In re the Estate of "-
To All Whom It May Concern 'V-803S
Notice Is hereby given that Anna
Fedasluk y Orushko filed her. final \}-
report an executrix of the estate of .
Joseph (> deceased that she
filed f'r petition' for final f discharge,
and that she will apply. to the Honorable -
Joe Dan Trotrnnn County Judgeof
Walton County. Florida, on the 8th z CANDIDATE
day of May 1964. for approval of
same and for final discharge as executrix 1
of the estate of Joseph Fedasluk.
deceased, on this 10th day of April LEWIS, FRANK CAWTHON
1964
Anna Fedasluk y Orushko.
executrix of the estate of School Board Member
Joseh Fedasluk. deceased.
CLYDE B WELLS DISTRICT 2 -
Attorney for Petitioner 4iii
P. O. Box 87
DeFunlaK Springs. Florida4t Parent of school child
4t: Ap 16-May 14 .
College graduate
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
WALTON COUNTY. FLORIDA Graduate work in Administration ''and I TRAVEL SMART-SleeK lines,with plenty of room r'
NO. 8172
HILLIARD IN CHANCERY PERRY MELVIN. Supervision of Schools for six 6-footers In the Rambler Classic 770 hardtop- :.,
Plaintiff plenty' of action with your choice of V.8 or 61! ., d'''' .

VS PEARL.- H. WARD MELVIN.Defendant 5 years teaching experience .

NOTICE TO APPEAR 9 banking experience
NOTICE TO Pearl H. Ward MelvIn years '

complaint You are hereby of divorce notified has that been a sworn flied World War II veteran Blue Motor & Equip. C@:1 I

scvliiBt you In the above entitled .
Court In the above cause and you are
hereby notified. and required to serve Qualified by Education Teaching and Business

upon plaintiff dress: the appear herein attorney,elow of record name copy and of for your the Experience Corner Nelson t5I Ith I st. 'DeFunialc Springs, Fla

answer or written defense.. If any, to
the complaint In said cause.. and file
the original answer or written defense. 4 I
with the Clerk of the above named -
Court on or before May 15. 1964. \ :
each This week notice for shall four be consecutive published. weeksIn once 'Watch the D!nny K.y CM>TVi Wrtntttfay+ awnings'

The DeFunlak Herald a weekly
newspaper FlorIda. published In Walton County, I

WITNESS my hand. and official seal
this 8 day of April. 1064
(Seal) E. LEO ANDREWS /
Clerk of Circuit Court /Ji4f \ AIRJf1/

I By Iva Walton Adklnson County, ,tIC : t

Attorney for Plaintiff
Douglas M Andrews, (SWIDG'1II6 1
I 1 Of Campbell and Andrews, portable t
P. o. Box 326.DeFunlak COffffff.
Springs,l'1orldaADVERTISEMENT can opener. 9vr
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Project No. APW-Fla. FOR 1380 BIDS iTOOL:: Q (g : .
City of DeFunlak Springs. Florida e tie t
Separate sealed bids for the construction BRIDAL SETfrom ...... t trotlf I::prtst ::: f A
of Sanitary Sewerage Improvements .....f-- v.nt that quick
for the City of DeFunlak
a
loosens
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Springs Florida, will be received by h. It'. doubl.. ..... *. partsfrozen
the city Cleric, DeFunlak Springs.Florida c t, g br rust., t) _
until 7:OO p. m. O. B. T., May: Mat giv you were. ffortleM. corrosion, scale. ., ) pSSTON
7. 1944 and then at said office publicly e Colorfully -.I point., varnish. .,
opened and read aloud RHODESSee upholstered ,CUllllfcQ.e a QSfcfi I corbcin er hand
aw prunerc
The Information for Bidders, Formof
Bid. Form of Contact. Plans' Speclflcatlons. y smooth axfge. ''<. i"B GUOfOMeed: safe Comfortable vinyl covered hen.
and Forms). of Bid Bond. 12.95 L from ,1 to toss W dies. Fast ".nvll-type" euttlnst
Performance and Payment Bond and ....... action. Positive lock.
other contract documents may be examined
at the office of the City Clerk 39c'Up 1.95SS
DeFunlak Springs. Florida or at the
office of Smith and Olllesple Engineers
Inc. 123: East Forsyth Street Jacksonville 1.woN< .
1, Florida and copies may be
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Give the Third District a voice in the Legislative branch of our[ .

State Government for:



....,.. tY HONESTY INTEGRITY

An .. . FAIR PLAY

Appeal to '

,; Vote For And Elect
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JOHN ANGUS
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MYFRIENDS > {
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Legislative Report STATE SENATOR
By James II. (Jimmy)
PrescottThe !
,House of Representative i Walton, Holmes and

:: Tallahassee The Capitol FloridaThe Washington Counties

,following !I. a reprint of
Rep. Prescott'a report to the
I po.pl.of Walton county which AN FSU GRADUATE . SPECIALIZIN G IN ADMINISTRATION

1161 h.< mad....1.,,weekly.of the Florida during Leg.the A !MAN WHO'WILL.WORK WITII AN D FOR ALL GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS

ielature.May (Because the form of.livelihood is important to every individual regardless of. the.
,6, 1061 vocations).

Of Walton J Dear Senator.Friends Clyde: Galloway In- When,elected, John>} A. McDonald [y,
CountyThe troduced bill in the Senate last Pledges:
week changing the name of the JOHN A.MCDONALD.

town of DeFuniak, to the City ofDeFuniak . to work in harmony with all elected officials .
He also introduced
local bill allowing the County a . to hold public meetings to discuss your proOPPOSES.:
Commissioners to pay themselves posed legislation
the Senator and the Representative . to give a weekly. report and voting record to
150.00 e month expenses. the local newspapers The increase of taxes for. I

final decision as to whom make It is. difficult for me to have . to support continuation: homestead exemption the next four years (to j,
you next
your tgltakethe responsibility of refusing economize without going;to. I
to concur on this particularbill . to work for 4-laning of U. S Highway 90 the extreme of curtailing:
Sheriff is now at hand . my opponents are all good. but I have already stated . to conscientiously work for the development necessary services . but. I
publicly, that I was opposed to of industry in the Third District, to plan for progress with.
capable with such. legislation and I fully Intend . to give equal representation to all three out tax increases: )
men fine families
and undoubtedly... in-, to follow through on this counties

statement. . to work fm. the reipiat of auto tng.increases An annual session' of legislature
terested in our county's welfare. Therefore, no matter; I I feel compelled, after deep and other unfair' laws
consideration of the amount of

yourdecision. It will be,a wise one, in my opinion. which money incidentally involved In is such$12.000 a raise per, SEND A GOOD MAN TO SENATE: An increase in the salariesof

annum, to defeat the bill in the high echelon officials,
Houffe.' I fully expect to be crl. while low salaried employ-
tized for taking this action. I JOHN A. MCDONALD ployees and the elderly get
made a pledge to the people of little
Walton county that I would keep

I Confess them Informed in the Capitol on what end is happening just- A MAN KNOWN FOR INTEGRITY The interference of Fed.

how they are being representedand Candidate For Senate-Third District eral and State Governmentin
I intend to continue this local matters
policy as long as I remain in
office. Pd. Pol. Adv.

That during: my tenure. as your Sheriff I have made, Florida The Senate has passed of a the 1125000.000 Stat eof I -

Appropriations Bill which will
mistakes, since I am only human . BUT THEY HAVE require an additional $288,000,00
in new taxes over the anticipated
estimated revenue for the next
BEEN HONEST MISTAKES MADE IN AN AT biennium. I hope that the Ilbus
of Representatives will put the
so called "axe" to this Bill for JOIN THE
TEMPT TOO HELP - NEVER HARM! in my opinion it far exceeds the
essential and necessary require-
ments) of our growing state. There I
has been too many high level
salary increases too much leewayin
Agency Budget requests in
certain areas of state government.,
It is my opinion that we in
I Therefore Appeal{' the House of Representatives must
be diligent and conservative if we
are to keep our State from going
To YouTo into the area of deficit spending' !
: as has been the case of our national -
government. I personally
will do everything I can to help SWINGMathews
hold down unnecessary state
spending If the Appropriations
Rive me a second chance as your Sheriff whereby Bill, after careful considerationby
the House, Is larger than the
anticipated revenue of the State
may. ERADICATE THESE ERRORS AND ENLARGE. I will, in all probability have to
-- vote for some increase in taxes.,
UPON I do not feel that It will be
MY EFFICIENCIES as a publicly-elected Ser- necessary, to' tax groceries and
medicine but there are certain'
loop holes we will have to stop .
vantiof.you. people.
up to obtain the necessary rev
enue for the Appropriations Bill
If I can't vote for the Appropriations -
Bill then I will not vote TO
for any ,Increase in taxes.It .

bas,been gratifying to have
And Remember received,much.correspondence
: from the people of, my. County
concerning not only their personal
problems but also expressing their
views on the problems of the
With-experience behind me, coupled with your trurt; State and local government. I
would like,to take this oonortu-

and support. I can far better render my duties. agiavfriendof : county nity to urge to. feel the free people to of write Walton to

....... me at any time. Your comments
and foe of wrong-doers m and suggestions are not only
righteousness: a helpful but necessary to me in
order for me to represent you
'Justly and with unbiased opinions.
ourbeloved Walton County.
Please keep In mind a quotationI
have used in the past. "No man
can represent the will of the
SINCERELY people, unless, he will of the
people is made known to him.
James H. Jimmy) Prescott
Representative,. Walton county

HOWARD [ANDY] DeFuniak Springs-FloridaPd.. Pol. Ad.

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harbeson
end their guests, Mr. and Mrs.Lewis I II
I T. Smith of lcKonville,
'spent Friday In Fbro with Mr. Best QUALIFIEDfor
ANDERSON.CANDIDATE, end Mrs, J. W. Savac. I
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Inele of
.
Montgomery spent the we kcnd
here with Mrs. In"le's parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wil or Bowers.
Their[ little son, Kit's. who had
for RE-ELECTION for SHERIFF
been spending the week herewith GOVERNOR
his grandparents, returned
with them.
Mrs. H. A. Tongue. Ml ls Flora .
D. McLean and Miss Hazel Campbell -
spent Wednesday. in Perua.e
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variety store manager.: Experience to the U. of Tampa after Thursday in Pemacola. Mrs. John White of New Or-
helpful. Write Box 32, ing the spring holidays here nd-I Mrs. Everette Yates and Miss The Beaches leans, spent last week in Sea- IIAYDON BURNS
DeFuniak 'Springs, Fla. her parents, Mr and Mrs. A Laura Anderson spent Wednes- grove Beach getting her cottages

4:30: 5:7 chff. Miles. day in Pensacola. Mr and Mrs. Kess Forresterof ready for the summer season.
FOUND: A BOAT ADRIFT. Birmingham, spent last week Mr. and Mrs Tullis Lord and On Civil Kiglits

A,_IJTOX. 12', Owner may claim by at their Seagrove Beach home. their guests Dr and Mrs. Nick
' UliiiUfying. Clifford Godwin FLOWERS OR DISEASE? Mr and Mrs. Walter Ward of Wheeler all of Lafayette. Ala.] ,
Pi ut land. Fla., Ph. TE 5-2687 'r Seagrove Beach, were business are spending the week at the 1 , hey "As Mayor of Jacksonville -

after 4:30: p.m. 4:30: 5:7: 14 3t I t visitors in Panama City FrIday. Lord Seagrove Beach home.
i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swinford Mr. and Mrs. C. II. McGee, Jr. and as Governor of

FOR SALE: FOUR REGISTER.El I and son, George of Gainesville, cf Seagrove Beach, attended the ,, rt' Florida, I have and will
polled Hereford bulls from were brief visitors in Point political rally{: ]] in DeFuniak '

dependable cow families. Best of Waashington Saturday April 18 Springs Saturday. ; respect everyone's right
breeding, ready for service $200 while spending the weekend in Among those from this side
each, Sandy Creek, 6 miles south DeFuniak Springs with her brother of the bay attending the supper to peaceful picketingand

T east: of Ponce de Leon on S181near and sister-in-law Mr. and and rally]) at the Freeport School lawful demonstrations. -'
Morrison Springs. See Carl] Mrs. Billy Wesley. house Friday night were: Mrs.
Ward or Joe McCormick: The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Martha Kllbourne and daughter, But violence in
4:30: 5:7: 14, 21 chg. Holley was the scene of a family Miss Sim KIKJbourne, Miss Helen]
Catherine; on Sunday, April 19, Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Albert the streets will not be

FREE: ESTIMATED 100 Ton Ithe birthday of their daughter Butler.
or more rich barn yard fertilizer .I.ILtr Mrs. Albert Butler. Those enjoying tolerated. I am vigorously ,

free to anyone who will come v r, .y y # this delightful get-together BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON '' opposed to the
find take it all. 6, miles southeastof were: :Mr. and Mrs. Holley Mr. ..M,.*. Lloyd Lehman of Sea-
Ponce de LLeon, Sandy Creek ,4 Mfr 1 and Mrs. Buddy Holley and children grove Beach was a charming hostess Ys.. ,' civil rights bill now be-
Ranch on S-181 near Morrison Cynthia and Richard, of when she entertained Wed
Springs. See Carl Ward or Joe Niceville; Mr. Calvin Holey!] and nesday April 22 with a ]lovely fore Congress."

McCormick. 4:30: 5:7,14,21chg: I son Wayne of Niceville, Mr. and luncheon honoring Mrs. ]Molly\
Mrs. Jordan Lindsey of Sunny- McGee on her birthday. Otheis THE WRONGS OF CIVIL RIGHTS
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OPEN NOW side Beach and Elba] Ala.; Mr. enjoying this delightful affair
CAMPUS CLEANERSacross ;: Ap r -- I and Mrs. Jack Cosby Mrs. J. C. with Mrs. Lehman and Mrs. Mc- Civil Rights Bill 1963 Title II --

street W. of Tivoll School '. Cuchins Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gee were Mrs. C. H. McGee Jr. Public AccommodationsPublic
Cleaning] moth proofing, etc. Butler and daughter Teressa and Mrs. Russell Haden.
1 Day Service r71 f f.,,f fwrNoiv i Mr. Richard Strickland] of the GARDEN CLUBS OF DISTRICT accommodations forbids discrimination basedon
4:3: 5:7: pd. IT. S. Navy is spending leave with I CONVENED IN CRESTVIEW
color religion national
race or origin in hotels] ,
his Mr. and Mrs. Russell
parents District I of the Florida Fed-
motels restaurants
I gasoline stations theaters and
Strickland.
eration of Garden Clubs held its
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Infinger President's Conference In Crest- sports arenas. Anyone denied access could seek a court

> were business visitors in DeFun- view, Monday April 20. order prohibiting the discrimination, or the Attorney
; I !Ink Monday State Officers attending were General could do so if he felt] that the purpose of the

HALFSIZES rr t: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesley I II State President Mrs. Frank W. act would be "materially furthered" by his interven-

I spent; Tuesday in DeFuniak I Hewlett of Miami, First Vice. tion.IIAYDON
Springs. President, Mrs. Charles H. Blanchard BURNS SAYS: "This is a clear invasion -

. .. I Mrs. Edd Walline of Grayton I of Pensacola and second of property rights an attack on 'Free Enter-
in
visitor
t Beach, was a business
vice-presidents Mrs. Carroll
O.
prise' and the destruction of States Rights.:
April showers flow. And sewage seeps Into the Panama CityWednesday. Griffin, Jacksonville Beach.
ONCE only May flowers. earth to mingle] with our groundwater I I Mrs. Ollie Sue Godwin of New The purpose of the conferencewas Title VI--Federal Funds

to :But today, they can bring disease supplies] and reservoirs.The I Orleans spent the weekend with for club presidents, programfor : Gives Federal agencies authority to take affirmative
too I result Polluted drinking: her mother and children.\! 1964 1965 to change action : including1 last
Ideas as a resort, a cutoff of Federal
makeyou At least communities: l : water! I I Mrs. E. E. Comstock of Chocta- methods, ways and funds-to
from countless What's the answer? Better whatchee Beach, was shopping In means, and end discrimination in Federally assisted
about the country that now sewage disposal and treatment Wednesday.Miss to provide Interesting program programs such as school] or hospital construction or
form our "septic-tank" subur- methods says the National DeFuniak Springs snuggestions! for the coming year, vocational training.
bias. For sewage seepage pollutes ]- Water Institute.. must Julia and Helen Strick- Representing the Mhgnolto
look the drinking water and spend at least$6 billion to build land and their houseguest. Mrs. harden Club of Point Washington IIAYDON BURNS SAYS: "The threat of cutoff
brings the threat of disease liko and modernize sewage treatment I Attie Mundy,' spent Thursday In at this meeting were: President of Federal funds is sheer economic blackmail.
twice infectious hepatitis typhoid, facilities alone if we hope: ; Pensacola. Miss Lois Maxon, president- These ''funds are our own taxes coming back to us
dysentery and some 70 new to catch up with demand by Mra. Virginia Harrison and in form of aid,
enteric viruses.Following !. 1972. But even this amount I elect Mrs. Albert Strickland, programs such as milk to school chil-
World War II,our must be wisely spent"So daughter of Dothonl Aa. spent secretary: Miss Helen Strickland, dren, old age assistance, and so forth.
as country's population] exploded.] I isn't it time for us to ask Saturday with her grandmother Mrs. E."E. Comstock and Mrs. Title VII--Job DiscriminationMakes
And entire developments] and What about our Mrs. Mamie Hatch and Mr. W. R. Attie Mundy.
lovely communities were thrown t p our water safe? j"nrJtd; \ : Hobbs. : it unlawful for union or management to follow -

almost overnight to meet house/ by untreated sewage and other I Mrs. Attie Munday returnedto ] practices that "deprive any individual of em-
'. ing needs. Many were built so wastes and thus a threat to ourfamily's her 'home in Gadsden, Ala., Mrs. Adrien Rivard and Judy ployment opportunities" on the basis of race color, religion -
fast no public systems health And what
were installed. sewage Individual cesspools about our water five or ten Sunday after a delightful week spent week.several days In Atlanta last ] sex, or national origin. A new Equal Employment ] -
r and septic tanks filled the years from now? : with her sister Misses Julia Opportunity Commission would seek court injunctions -
GOFF'SReadyToWear gap. We must find out the answers) and Helen Strickland. She was, Butler Harris and Bill Harris against discriminatory practices if concilia-
If These antiquated forms of and then act. We must insist on accompanied by her daughter. of
sewage disposal] can be efficient modern sewage disposal and Miss Pat Munday and Mrs. Jennie Louisville. Ky., and L. G. tion efforts fail.IIAYDON .
In good drainage areas. But treatment facilities to insure a Lorren who spent the weekin Harris of Los Angeles] have returned BURNS SAYS: "This Is diabolical
they must be carefully] designedand clean and plentiful water sup- St. Petersburg, attending a home after a visIt' here provision actually making the Federal bureaucrats
later carefully maintainedby ply now and in the future. with Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harris.
\ (Open Thursday P.M.) the homeowner. Unfortunately For what we do today will Nurses Convention.Mr. partners in very business in Florida and giving
TW 652210 ] ,the latter is often not the determine tomorrow whether and Mrs. Edd WalUne and Mrs. A. F. Bullard, Mrs Alex them virtual control over hiring and firing of per
N. 9th St. case. Neglect backfires. Then April showers bring May daughter, Adrlanne of Grayton Caswell and Miss Miss Maude sonnel. Business efficiency goes out the window .
spring rains cause them to over flowers or disease. Beach, spent Sunday In Pensa- Saunders were among those from with this intervention.:.

cola with his sister, Mr. Evelyn Here attending the FEA ConventIon -
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in Miami last week.
.. Ziel.Mrs. _----. ,- -- --.
Van Butler returned to
i her Grayton Beach home Thurs-

day, April 23 from Pensacola
where she had spent several days EilE-'i - - -- ELECT

nursing her father, a patient at
the Baptist Hospital .* SHOUPPE HOWELL-

((} 'Mrs. Calvin Holley and son YOUR

; nil19 Wayne spent the weekend with and ';; f STATE SENATOR
relative In Pt. Washington '
FOR A BETTER
the Sunday dinner guestsof ,
I ))) were ,
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the Albert Butlers. Other . : THIRD DISTRICT

/ guests were her brotherinlawand ; -' /! ; OFFLORIDA
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ? .

Kay.and son Gilbert of Niceville.her !J' ;
Friday May 1 father, Mr. W. A. Holley and w,
Mrs. Roy Burlison. t :

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Burltson! ,,: : WHY A VOTE FOR

of Houston, Tex. spent a few days
(1\:, : SHOUPPE HOWELLI14i
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9:00 A. M. last week with his brother and ; :
s'ster-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
IS A VOTE
Burlison. They were Joined en \ r- .
Saturday for a fish fry by other I
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members of the family. Enjoying FOR A BETTER
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this family reunion were: Mr. and
Burlison Mr. and t ;\t ;. %
Mrs. Oscar ; DISTRICT
FIRST FEDERAL .. ,
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Mrs Edgar Burlison, Mr. and }" '' ,r ;;, ,
Mrs. Aaron Kinsey and daughter '"., r
Debbie. Mr. and Mrs. Bunky :: .. ,. : : 1. He wUl!1 help the needy
Burlison and two sons Mrs. Wayne : . ,,., ., (One of every lour children;
'i f. Savings & Loa Anderson and children all V4" :i u who cat in the lunchroom of

of Panama City, Mr. and Mrs. : ,,, e Holmes free and
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Wilder Burlison and two grand ;j; : , all needy children are fed.
Association! sons of Pensacola, Mrs. Ruby i: ..:-- .t This has only happened under -
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I Burlison Smith and children ;;t. Shouppe Howell'istration. s admintI1. -
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OF DeFUNIAK : Douglas, Curtis and Martha of ; ..\ ;"'!l 4. + .. .)
SPRINGS .
Niceville. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon .. "';;' .' .,. "" .

I -' Ward and son Gordy of Freeport ; c. ,:,; .. 'Ii :' ;.':..!'...f11rii'.t' : r 2-.HB wi" help' the low saI.t. .
I Mr. and Mrs Bob Tarrance of : '. "'- . ';r oriel,
,w ;: : e-t.N : worker (all employees --
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DeFuniak Springs, Mr. and Mrs. ,- !' have received
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;" -r. H" :;b wage increases,
Curtis Burlison and the Roy r'' f q i" Bu. drivers
"Save with f -' ); are the highest
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Safety"Dividends Burlisons. n ':f, '1 ....41 C I r| paid In the district for first

Mrs. W. A. Holley was a patientIn .'!;v.., ... )ct'a,.. I time. Janitors wages
Lisenby Hospital in Panama .;,.;;t.... '-f: :--'$ \ pet. over 1957 when he bSgin
his
) City last week. Visiting her on .t ; administration.)
.. .4 Saturday were her daughters ., f
Mrs. Albert Butler and Mrs. ., '. B 3:bHeuwiI1 helP the elderly.
4% Charles Roy. ',' ( hajs close relationship
\ with elderly
; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Haden .. ,. '. .. People at home
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community and
of Seagrove Beach were shoppingIn church.)

Semi .... Panama City Friday.
Compounded Annually
;, ''. Mr. and Mrs. James Armour of 4. He will help the schools and children. ment of natural resources such as land and

Pensacola, spent last week at (With fine cooperation of parents, school stream beaches and bays and for the
their Seagrove Beach home. board and community Holmes County now bring
ing of i
has its first Southern Accredited' School in industry to the district.
Home FinancingMember We are glad to report and Mr. history and test results show increase in
Harold Botts has returned to his
Seagrove Beach home after be- student learning. lie can best help changethe 7. He is qulified (Seven years of full time

ing hospitalized in Panama City proposed technical school from a STUDY administration masters degree in Adminis,.
for ten days. into an ACTUAL, SCHOOL.) tration and Supervision. Adult life time is

: Federal Home Loan BankS Dr. and Mrs. Vernon Stabler one of public service.

and guests of Greenville Ala.. 5. He will help improve the roads. (Having .
spent the weekend at the Sea- helped to operate a bus fleet for 7'/j years 8. He will operate your senate office fairness

t grove Beach home of the ( he knows the importance of good roads.) (During the legislative session he will
ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL, SAVINGS AND Stab
lers. I use one worker from Washington County
LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION UP TO $10,000
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. White 6.' He will help the farmer, office worker, and one from Walton County so that each
were
overnights guests of the Russelll retired people, businessmen, professional county will share in the operation of your

Hadens at Seagrove Beach. They men and others by working for developsenate office.
r Corner Nelson Ave. & 8th St. Telephone TW 4-2321 were enroute from their Saint

Petersburg Berkeley home Calif.to their homein THANK YOU FOR YOUR VOTE AND HELP'OLUME


r Our sympathy is extended I
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bailey in
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