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: June 25, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Volume ID: VID00234
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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One }fined In CrashIn Tivoli N. F. A. News


South-Walton The 36th annual conventl The DEFUNIAK HERALD

Florida Association New Farmers
A 22 :year-old Louisiana wo-<
of America
and
Leadership Train-
mana was killed and four otb er
admitted to tog conference was held at the
young women were
DeFuniak Springs hospital after e a Florida Agriculture and Uechan--

two-car collision Sunday mornii teal University, Tallahassee. 0
Theme of the conference was ."
on U. S. 98 about three and one "
"Leadership, the Stepping Stone: y V
half miles east of U. S. 331. .
to a Successful: Career. .. ..
There were eight women in one J'fl 'TS
of the cars and two in the other. I The Tivoli High Chapter N. F. -" ") _' . II ..
A. was represented by our Reporter : _ _
Theda E. Knox of South Win- ( : 1H) -- --.. m""': K
oL. ---
nsboro La., driver of one of the Norman P. Campbell and THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS:-FLORIDA M JUNE 25, 1964 ] Is : Number 29
vehicles, died at the Lakeside Chapter Star Farmer. Douglas VOLUME ?PUBLISHED EVERY .. .. ,.. ? .,
Oates.Both served as official delegates < -

taken Hospital there shortly from the after crash she which was and attended every session Young Democrats EDWARD IN MEMORY L. SUTTON OF

occurred about 10:30: a-rnu, accorc of the convention Hold State MeetThe Four Qualify For lVIarAal
the talent
officers.ing to Florida Highway. Patrol; contest On Monday, horseshoe morning pitching contest 'Whereas, Brother Edward 1 L. ;

Hotel Miami Sutton departed this life on May
and parliamentary procedure: Americana
Also injured in the crash were contests were held. Monday afternoon Beach. Florida was the scene of I, 1964. We the Deacons of the
Verna May LeBouef, also 22, of session consisted of recall the 1964 Young Democratic Clubs First Baptist Church of DeFuniak

Louisiana condition;, Arlene who was K. listed Craft,in 17,fair of and seating of delegate Modem of Florida State Convention held! and Springs individually Florida, both express as a group our City Clerk Neel UnopposedSix ;

18-21.
Biloxi Miss., driver of the other Nominations for Honorary I June
Christian t to
sympathy
dE' held. He. the Walton sincere
Farmer ?re" was/ 5h ya representing .
vehicle listed In condition
good :
and Deb- Largus A. Bayne: Pastor of liclh I Ccun: Club were Bill Shultz, the family of Brother Edward L. 1----
and Athlene Byrd 15, and Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Adoffious Ward, Kathy Shuli Sutton, and.Whereas Delegates At Local Businesses To The deadline for qualifying asa I
orah Bowen, 16, passengers in to Barton. our expression of 4-11 Conference At UP candidate in the July 14 city
churches was nominated receive and Lauricc Close Sat. July 4
the driven Miss Craft both
car by this honor. Rev. Bayne has, The first convention session was sympathy is, therefore, also one election at 5 p.m. Tuesday, found
also of Biloxi and both listed i in
appreciation for the Six 4-11 Delegates from Wal- five candidates
been a consistent supporter good condition, according to hospital youth organization since his arrIval the Keynote speaker being Earl: : years of faithful and devoted ton county attended the first an- The following businesses will position of Marshal the largest

authoritle in DeFunlak Springs. Recently Faircloth, Democratic nomineefor service given generously to the nual State 4-II Conference: at the close all day Saturday, July 4: number seeking any city office.

Five other passengers in MissCraft's he served as assistant 1 hour Attorney General of Florid. First Baptist Church of DeFunia University of Florida this week. Builders Supply, Copeland Miss Syble Neel, city clerk, is

car were treated and released advisor Mr. James Barge I In Mr. Faircloth commended they Springs Florida and Its Mission: Theresa Beck, Linda Sue Nobles, Construction City Finance, Rho- unopposed, and so is Bennie Arnold -

In DeFuniak officers Springs, high- the N. F. A. District I Elimination D.'s of Florida for their unendinK -- His faithfulness in attending the Barbara White, Robert Grosh, des Jewelry Prescott Plumbing councilman, Ward I, as wellas
way patrol reported. contest. efforts of encouraging services of his Church and his Larry Wllkerson and Ted Pryor & Heating, Rivard Chevrolet, C. A. Nance, running for the
Trooper E. R. Vinson, investigating !- dedication to duty in it was trulyan represented Walton county among First National Bank, Danley Fur-
He rendered commendable! voters to go to the polls. He nil place now held by Clarence Car-
officer said Miss Knox
,, Inspiration not only to thmembers the 450: other 4-11 boys and girls niture, R. B. Underwood, Realtor.King's .
who is
service to our district by serving pointed out that a politician'sgreatest penter, not a candidate for I
driving a 1963 Rambler, was of our own Church, but from every county in the Stateof Rexall, Fisher Pharmacy,
as an official Judge of the Parliamentary assets were personal contact reelection.The !
headed
east on the highway, and State
also to other members of our Florida. Service Drug, Cawthon
Procedure contest. He with the voters and, above
complete line-up of candi-
Miss Craft, driving a 1960 Cadillac both and ok. First Federal Savings &
Community. young The theme of the conference Dank,
headed west. was given the honor of serving all, a good memory. Saturday Dr dates who presented the necessary
was He has given to his family a "4-It Foundation For the Future"was Loan, W. O. Campbell. Co., Inc.
!- .
He said a tire blew out on the las en official judge of the parliamentary Wm. E. Carleton, Professor Emeritus petition is:
procedure contest on of the University of Florid wonderful ,Christian heritage for emphasized through discus- Fisher Hardware, King & Co.,
Cadillac, causing it to cross the For Mayor Harold
: Goodwin
annual which his surviving wife and sion on; leadership and Hardware, Carp's, Wise
level Political groups
the state during our Science Department King
line and collide with the
center the incumbent Cecil
Rambler. convention. Rev. Bayne had the, spoke to the Young Demos on children can be truly grateful. citizenship. A wide variety of recreational Dept. Store, Creel Ford, Blue Charles Dorsey and
I Therefore;be it resolved that activities from Caswell Motor, Harris Howell.
of Modem square
degree Honorary What Liberalism and Conserva- Motors,
Vinson said the right front of
the Cadillac struck the left front Farmer conferred upon him, during tism is and What It Means Today; upon the irecommendations of the dancing to an evening of music Insurance, The Gift Bar, Wire For City Clerk: Syble Neel.

of the Rambler.He our official meeting Monda Various panel discussion were Deacons il;;their regular monthly by the University of Florida Sum- grass Gas, Moore Furniture, Re- For Marshal-N. J. (Pete) Richards -
night, June" 8th. held in which complexities of session/ on''May 11 tho 1964, we mer Symphony was enjoyed by liable Abstract. the incumbent Johnnie "
said Miss Knox was pinned I would .like to take this opportu Adams, H. A. (Jack) Bodiford ,t
session the delegates. Store
between the steering wheel and The second general was the War on Poverty, Campaign Beasleys, Miller Shoe ,
seat of her car, and that a cater- called to order Tuesday morning. Techniques and Election Project l nit) to fellow-Baptists express, to his family of Floridaour and While attending the conferencethe : Jerry's Corner, W. K. Jennings, John B.. Donaldson and Howard 1

pillar tractor from the Destin Highlights of this meeting'were and the 1964 General Election the to our of at the delegates participated on the Western Auto, Rainbow Electronic Nowling.For

forest service tower nearby had< the report of the 29th National Issues and Candidates, were dis I feeling sympathy end program. Barbara White servedon Galloway Ins. & Real Councilman, Ward I: Bennie -
this loved
loss of one our
to be used to separate the dash N. F. A. Convention and nomination cussed. Some of the outstanding I for the the "Thought for Day", Theresa Estate Coastal Amusements, Arnold.

from the rest of the car in orderto of State officers. The Quiz panelists on these panels were life expression he share of dwith appreciation us. We of his Beck served as discussion I Thompson-IIlllard Milling Co., For Councilman, Ward 2: Glenn

free the woman. contest; was held and Mr. Barge Maxine Baker, Past President the full leader and Robert Grosh served West Fla. Farmer Co-Op., West Rowe, Clyde Moretz.
thankful for Ii
Church ,
presented awards and prizes won Florida League of Women Voters;; Christian are life of Brother ab a reporter for the daily paper Fla. Gas & Fuel, Veterans Gas. For Councilman Ward 3: C. A. ..
by various Individuals who participated Don Petit Former Administrative long '1 he Cloverleaf. Cosson Nance.
Tire Service,
Nation's S&L's To Hail Edward )L. Sutton. Being aware Wheat
In the contests. Tlvo For Councilman-at-large Vernon
:
Assistant to Congressman -
Gulf
These delegates were chosen: f>i & Upholstery Shop,
aotn ot fbLlC: A. entered their of the many splendid attributes Body Cosson
tfiruiaay High N. F. chap Claude Pepper and Chairman of Howard Richards
of his life, we' are confident that their outstanding 4 11 Club Appliance, Taylor Parts & Supply -
ter; scrapbook and secretary book in Florida Hewett Lindsey.
Johnson for President
Achievements and their leadership TV & Appliance,
his reward is Indeed a rich one. Turner
A "Happy birthday" to the Fed- in competition. The scrapbook Campaign; and Dr. James C. Va- ability was shown through Watch Service, City Tire, Arnold, Rowe and Cosson are
it further resolved that
Be i a Crown
eral Savings and Loan Insurance won first prize and the secretary; dakln. Chairman Department of made their participation in this confer- Water Service, Bulge Incumbents, and in Ward 3, Coun-
resolution be
of this
Peoples
Corporation is being extended book won third prize. Congratulation Economics, University Ot Miami. copy Elec. cilman Clarence Carpenter was
during July by the nation's more to Curt Bruton, our historian The Toastmaster at the annual a part of the minutes of this ence. 1 Auto Parts, Choctawhatchee not a candidate to succeed him

than 4,400 insured savings and and Russell Halloway, our Awards Banquet on Saturday; body and that copies be sent Mrs Co-Op. .
Several Changes In
Sutton and each of the children self.A.
loan associations. secretary. Both did on outstanding night was W a r r'e n Goodrich,, I Regulations Florida B. Tappan qualified for reelection -
and that a be sent to the Hunting Miss Northwest
copy
duties,
Ihe nationwide observance Job in performing their Chairman of the Democratic Executive as a cemetery trustee.
marks the 30th of the Douglas Oates our chapter Star Florida Baptist Witness. Contest In Ft. Walton
anniversary Committee of the State Florida will find The Council met Tuesday nightto
Adopted by the Deacons of the sportsmen July 4th
FbLIC's:: creation by Congress on ,,Farmer, received the Modem of Florida. Following the banquetthe First Baptist Church of DeFun- several changes in their hunting Beach on go over the qualifications of
June 27, 1934. Farmer Degree. Oates was a Junior delegates entertained< those '
were In addition running for city office and
lak Springs, Florida. regularations next season. Beautiful girls from all over
The FSLIC a permanent agency this past school' year and 1)as) :1': by a floor show, "Ecstasy on Ice..' Lewis F. Cawthon Jr. to season and bag limits, Northwest Florida will competeIn Found that Johnnie Adams, who ti

of the United States govern.. demonstrated a'high degree of Delegate Bill Shultz was appointed Chairman several new regulations will Miss Northwest Florida had circutlatcd a petition entitling P

ment, insures funds of savers in efficiency in ,maintaining and by the President to serve Attest: Forrest McDonald, change the method of hunting and Contest the to be held in Fort Walton -1 him to run for Marshal did
rounded
member-associations to carrying on a well Sup the Credenttial Committee and
$10- on
up Asst. SecretaryThe taking wildlife. Beach on July 4. The contest not possess the necessary residence -
COO. Institutions whose savers revised: Fanning program. Adoffious Ward was appointed'< .
tire ; foregoing resolution was: According to A. D. Aldrichdirector held annually, is sponsored by qualifications.To
are protected by this insurancecan fifth On General Wednesday Sessionwas morning calledto the Rules Committee. adopted by.. .the'! First Baptist, Game and Fresh Water the Kiwanis Club of Fort Walton be eligible to run for city J

be identified by the FSLICseal" order. Highlights,this>aee- Church of. DeFunlak Springs, I Fish Commission, the hunter will Beach. office, a candidate must have beena
displayed in their' offices. resident of the state of Florida
In business session obtain license
Initiation of the MRS. BERNICE EATON Florida. on be able to a hunting already been many
on"wer{ the < There have
"The United States Savings and for 12 months and of DeFuniaJc
andldatcs for the Modem Farmer the 17th day of June A. D. 1964. on a year round basis and 'will entries from the Fort Walton,
Loan League, which Itself was Springs for the past six months.
Degree, presentation of the< Mrs. Bernice Eyes; Eaton, 66, be required to possess a licensen Beach area, but others are expected -
greatly instrumental in helping order to hunt rabbit and unprotected When Informed of this requirement
Charms by Vice-president H. R passed away in a pensacola no's'' First Federal Joins from all over Northwest
fashion the FSLIC during those 1 fur bearing animals. Adams withdrew his petlon. /-
Mills presentation of awards and pltal late Tuesday night, June 16, Florida.
dark depression days of 1934, now FSLIC Birthday The for rabbit fox, bobcat .
season
reports of the retiring officers 1964. She was a member of the The annual contest, highlight of
takes in extending birth-
pleasure : raccoon, opossum, and skunk
New officers were installed and First Presbyterian Church. Pilots Day weekend
the Independence
day greetings to an agency that the convention closed with the Club, and the' Ladles Library First Federal Savings and Loan will remain open throughout the offers to the first-place winner a Squaws Beat Alabama

has contributed so much to the K.. F. A. Closing ceremony. Association of DeFuniak Springs. Association Is taking part In a rear. large ,loving cup, the title "Miss Eagles, Monday 23.8

importance, strength and safetyof Reporter Survivors included: her widower nationwide birthday celebration The possession of a spear having Northwest Florida", $150 In cash,
the savings and loan business" : Norman P. Campbell Mr. Earle Eaton; one son,, this month. less than three tines or havIng week's paid vacation for The DeFunlak Squaws team

said Eugene Mortlock, president William Eaton of Owoso. Mich.,, As one of the more than 4,400 tines greater than 1-16 Inch herself one and chaperone on Florida's won over the Alabama Eagles

of the U. S. Savings & Loan Lea- and three grandchildren. associations whose savers are in diameter; or a mechanical famed Miracle Strip, and valuable Monday night for another win,

gue. Fred and Gertrude Cooper Funeral services were conducted protected by the Federal Savings .spring: gaff or grab and a light regional and nation-wide this time scoring 23-8 with Mad-

Mortlock recalled that when Announce Store Opening: Friday at 2 o'clock from the nd Loan Insurance Corporation, 'it night is prohibited. The use and recognition. line Douglass as the winning

the FSLIC was established In Clary Funeral Home Chapel with the Institution Is helping mark and possession of any hook, peg, publicity pitcher.
1934, the depression had brought Fred and Gertrude Cooper announce the Reverend Gayle Threlkeld the 30th anniversary of the or> other such device baited in THi", contestants placing second There will not be any more

public: confidence in financial the opening of their new officiating. Burial followed in th FLSIC. such: a manner as to be capable rnrt third will receive loving cups. local games played for a while

institutions to a low ebb. The store featuring men's, women's Magnolia Cemetery. The FSLIC, which Insures accounts of taking alligators and suspend-1 AH' contestants will receive new but the Squaws invite everyonetc

dual purpose of the FSLIC was and children's wear, located on Clary Funeral Home was In : of savers up to 10.000, id so that the bait is above wateror swim: suits by a leading manu : attend their next name, which

to help revive home building and th street, across the street from charge of arrangements.MRS. was created by Congress on June > submerged less than six Inches fact JI rer. will be held In Laurel Hill

home financing, and to give :!vard Chevrolet and next door 27, 1934. The growth and extentof is also prohibited. Any girl between the ages of against the Hobos on July 7. EvEryone -

savers In savings and loan associations t.o Wise grocery. VERA L. MORETZ the FSLIC system can be Aldrich said a new regulation J in and 26 who Is interested in Is Invited to accompany

protection similar to They also feature shoes for the Mrs. Vera Lottie More, 54passed shown by the fact that insured adopted by the Commission would Lrcoming: a contestant, shouldvritf the Squaws "Come One Come

that accorded bank depositors by entire family, end Fred says they away Saturday, June 13,, associations now hold 96 per cent prohibit the taking of wildlife to Arturo Mennillo, chair- All-Support the Squaws."

the Federal Deposit Insurance are handling all first Quality merchandise from injuries sustained In an ef all the nation's savings and from any conveyance having a man of registration, Post Office

Corporation, set up in 1933. at the lowest possible automobile accident near Pensa- loan assets.L. tower or other structure capableof Box 837, Fort Walton Beach Three From Here Are

From modest beginnings at rices. cola. Wells Nelson, who is executive > bearing the weight of a person Florida. Applications and neces- Attending Journalism

the end of 1935.: only 1,117 associations He says fresh, new stock is arriving "' Survivors included: her widower vice-president said esta- then such tower or structure is sary ir.formit'on! will be suppliedon Institute At U. of Fla.

with total assets of almost daily and they in- Mr. Lewis E. Moretz of Nice- blishment of the FSLIC was "a more than eight feet higher than request.

less than a billion dollars had vlte.the"public: to come by andinspectd viSe; one daughter :Mrs. Linda milestone in federal legislation the lowest bottom surface of such Rick Pentecost, Jr., Alice Dickey -

FSLIC insurance the nation- : e' new store. Eeach of Taylorsvllle, N. C., five regarding financial institutions in conveyance. GLENDALE LODGE TO and Mary Anne Dickey of

wide system of insured associations sisters, Mrs. Inez Yarbrough of this country. It provided savings MEET JUNE 27 'niton high school, are attending -

expanded rapidly.At CARD OF THANKS DeFunlak Spgs., Mrs. Laura Wll- end loan association savers with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ingle end the yearbook section of the

the end of 1963 4,419 sav- -gr _______ kerson of DeFuniak Springs, Mrs. be same protection accorded depositors son, Ellis of Montgomery, spent Regular I Communication of sixth annual High School Journalism -

ings associations,- were insured We 'want to express thanks to Lolse Huggins of WestviUe, 'Mrs., > in banks; and it contributed the weekend here with Mr. and Glendale Lodge No. 225, June Institute on the Unlverilty -

bythe FSLIC. everyone who was so thoughtful Susan Demskl of Ft. Benning, > toward the development of Mrs. J. W. Bowers and family.Mr. 27th. with a covered dish supperat of Florida camups.

and helpful at the time of the Mrs. Ola Wallace of Pensacola;; Q system of specialized thrift Institutions H. D. Banks and daughter, 7:30 p.m. and the official visit The Institute, conducted by the

Portland HomecomingTo ueath of Mrs. Vera Moretz. The two; brothers, Clyde Moretz of capable of meeting the Eva: returned over the weekend of the Right Worshipful District Florida Institute for Continuing

Be Held June 28 many kind deeds end expressions 3eFuniak Springs, Georgo E. Lome-financing demands of the ,rom a vacation trip through the Deputy Grand Master. University Studies and the University -

of f sympathy are most appreciated' Moretz of Maryville, Tenn. one busy postwar years." Ozarks> to the Central States and All Master Mason is fraternally of Florida's School of

The annual Homecoming at, and especially the lovely flowers. grandchild. Nelson noted that over the back through Tennessee to Lookout Invited to attend.W. rournallsm, opened Sunday. June

Portland will be held June 28-' hank you all.The Funeral services were conducted years, no saver has lost a penny Mountain and reported avery D. Adams. W.M. 21! and will extend through June

the fourth Sunday in the month Moretz Family on Tuesday morning at 0:00t'clock : covered by FSLIC insurance. lie cool and relaxing trip all Roy G. Anderson, Sec. 28! when the newspaper section

with the sermon at 11:00: sans by, from the Clary Funeral added that on those few occasIons the way. vlll begin. One hundred-eighty

the Rev. J. D. Renfroe, pastor. CARD OF THANKSWe Home Chapel with the Reverend when insured associationsran Mrs. Richard Lane of Milton, SACRED HARP SING high school students from Florida.

Dinner will be served at noon? wish to take this means Sam E. Hudgens officiating. Burial into trouble, the FSLIC "visited Miss Muriel Tarrance at AT 8 MILE JUNE 28 Georgia and Alabama are attend-

with singing In the-'afternoon. of r thanking all our friends for followed in the Glendale Cemetery moved In to protect savers prom-. the Walton county Hospital on ing.
A most cordial invitation is ex- their many kindnesses shown ..tthe tly. Sunday. The annual Sacred Harp Sing

tended the all to be present on time of the death of our loved Clary Funeral Home was In "Our association Is proud and Mrs. M. O. Warren, Sr., and will be Sunday, June 28, at Eight
Mr. and Mr Mack of
this Homecoming day. 1C. charge of arrangements. privileged to help the FSLIC observe grandchildren Karen and Curtis Mile Church. Everyone Is Invitedto McCarty
San
Antonio Tex. arrived
Satur-
Our special thanks to the minster its 30th birthday" Nelson Warren have returned from a attend. ,
day to spend some time with her
Call Meeting Per Friendship of the Freeport Methodist JAMES R. SMITH aid. trip to New York City. mother, Mrs. J. B. Caswell and
Assembly of Rainbow Girls Church. Rev. J. D. Renfroe. Mr. James R. Smith, 81, pa"te<* "Thanks to the wisdom of the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jenkins Sp-6 Evans Re-Enlists other relatives. ,

The Family of way i Wednesday June 17, at his men who created and guided the and family of Cocoa, were visiting --
Esty Pearl Wood l.ome in Choctawhatcbee Beach, SLLIC, this agency now has an relatives here the past week. Sp.-6 Alex H. Evans of Ft. Chamber
The of of Commerce
Friendship Assembly ST. Smith native of Mississippi fund of N. C. has recently re-
was a Insurance reserve more The children, Mike and Teresaare Bragg,
Rainbow Girls are all urged to Mrs. Alberta Powell and dau- but had 'been a residentof than a billion dollars backing up spending the summer here enlisted for another six years In Community Calendar .

attend the special Call Meeting, ;iter Tena, returned home Sunday. Walton county for the past 12 its promise of safety. of savings with their parents.Mr. the Special Forces and will leave June 25-July 1
June 26 at 7 for the
Friday pjn. : following a two weeks vacation :'ears. Moreover, since the FSLIC supports and Mrs. Pete Hinote spent the States for overseas duty In
Initiation program. with relatives and friends Survivors included: his widow, Itself through premiums last week In Dallas Tex., visit- July. Alex Is the son of Mr. Jesse June Hemerocallis Society _

nEufaula. Ala. :Its. Susie Smith; one daughter, paId by member-associations and ing Lt. and Mrs. Lloyd Hinote Evans of DeFuniak Springs.Mr. 7:00.:

CARD OP THANKS :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Messenger Mrs. Ruble Lee Caughron of Interest on government bonds In and Lloyd, Jr. June 29-DeFuniak Lions-7:00.:

and children left Friday for their Richmond, Va., three brothers, the reserve, FSLIC Insurance Angus Andrews' attendedthe June 30-Klwanls-12:00.:
,, We wish to express our thanks :me at Winter Park after a visit Eugene M..Smith of Choctawhathee doesn't cost the savers or' taxpayers Dr. and Mrs. B. J. Drown left installation of Jaycee officersIn July 1-Pilots-12:00.:
'
for all the many kindnesses. prayers : ere with Mrs. Messenger's mo- Beach Irvine Smith of For- a cent. We can't think of last week to take their daughter, West Palm Beach last week. So. Walton Lions715.Week's : .

: floral offerings food and her, Mrs. M. L. Cawthon. Sr.,' rest. Miss., AI Smith of Detroit, a better bargain anywhere. Marcha to a camp at Palmetto, Mr. Andrews was appointed
sympathy shown us during the and brother Landrum Cawthon.Mr. one sister, Mrs. Flora Rambo of Oa. legal advisor of the Jaycee Executive -

sickness and death of our dear) and Mrs. William. Eaton Calif. two grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Baker of Committee of the state of WeatherDate

. loved one. May God's richest; were called last week from Owos- Funeral services were conducted Decatur, Ala., spent the weekend HOLIDAY NOTICE Florida. -

blessings be bestowed- upon ea hand so, Mich-, because of the death Wednesday afternoon at 4OO: here with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saturday, July 4th being a Mrs. R. E. L. McCaskill has as High Low Rain
every one. of' his mother. Mrs. Earle Eaton. o'clock from the Clary Funeral Baker. Legal Holiday in the State of guest this week Mrs. Margaret June 17 92 65

The'' Family of Mrs. Nelson Burton and Miss Home Chapel with the everend Mr. and Mrs. Jack Potter and Florida, the banks in DeFunlak Poulson of Chicago Mrs. Angeline 18 .93 62 .

Willard Eugene Pryor: Daily' Wilson' left Saturday toJoin Johnson officiating. Burial followed :children spent the weekend in Springs will not be open for the Levey. of Pensacola Misses Eve- 19 97 64

Miss Wilson's sister and In the Hickory Grove Cemetery arnesville, Ga., with her parents, transaction' of business on that lyn McCaskill and Betty Hooks of 20 96 67

Mr. and Mrs.' E. Leo Andrews r.lece In Pont Verda, Fla. where In Laurel. Miss. Mr.[ and Mrs. Rex Ask in. They date. Jacksonville. They left Wednes- 21 98 70

Sr., returned Friday from' a several hey will 'vacation for M'feI'al'dars. ' Clary Funeral Rome .was' In attended a family reunion while First National Bank day for the beach for several. 22 95 81

days' stay In New Orleans. ; I barge of local..arraa0sfusciU. u-re. Cawthon State Bank days. 38 97 67pKV


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Richard Bloodworth Pastor .
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Friendship Baptist Church ; : .
C. Lester Weekly, Pastoi What as:., '. P jraphers love to find a scene like this. Flowing water . a background of.trees .- > :: ;; :: ? .'

Gaskin South Baptist Church a church spire in the distance . these always make,an outstanding picture. '. l i tf:' .

Rev. Tucker Aplin )1: Wherever we! travel we see Christian churches in harmonious settings, and there's a tendency to think -

J.Glendale B. Birmingham Baptist Church, :Pastor :.t' of them as "part of the scenery." "" ',;' "

Lime Stone Baptist Church But what an important part they are! Every one is a House of God, dedicated to His service. Every one

Rev. Cony Black Pastor I is a community focal point, helping in a thousand ways to broaden and beautify the lives of its members. And .

N.w Harmony Baptist Chute every one is a vital link in the shining chain of Christian belief that stretches around the world. s" :
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Rev. Kenneth Klckllghter "'S Not far from whero you live, there's a church that could give your life a new dimension. Whatever doubts :;:r ._ :";'

Kenneth Oak Grove Wadle Baptist Pastor Church and fears you may have, bring them to God in His'House...You'can rely on His promise that He will not leave ''' l. :t/ _-:

Paxton Baptist Church you comfortless. -- ., r,:; _:_
Charles Kerby Pastor THE' CHURCH FOR ALL. AL.L. FOR THE CHURCH -- .'\. "" .
.. The Church im the greatest factor ]arty and the Ib
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church support Church.They ,! r .
Rev. James Kinchin : on earth for the building of charac- are: (1) For his own sake. (2)) For .
-" fer aDd good citiseaship.It ia a 8torehis children's sake. (3)) For the sake ....,., _
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church house of spiritual value Without a of his community and nation (4)'i') 4l -
Freeman Smith, Pastor strong Church :neither democracy For the sake of the Church itself "
Red Bay BaptUt Church . i JS ,. nor civilization can arrive. There which needs his moral and material .
Rev. T. R. Padgett are four sound reasons why every support. Plan to go to church regu
-.5.--- -* Copyright 1964 person should attend services regularly and read your Bible daily
Southwlde Baptist, Church Kefoter Advertising Service,Inc,Strasburg.Va.
Rev. Ivan Martin ,
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Caney Crk Baptist Church Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Robert Knox, PPastor I Chronicles Psalms Psalms Micah Mark Acts Acts .. '
16:28-36 112:1-10: 116:12.19: 7:14-20 11:15-26 2:37-47 9:23-31 .
Clear Springs Baptist Church
Rev. J. I.. Harris


Rev Darlington Aubrey Baptist Todd church- These Religious Messages are Beina PiUisbed Each Week in the DeFu niak Herald Sponsored__ .': _

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Children's Home Assembly, e<' OW : : :_
Pastor GUM Powell ,' . ..
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W. A. Whltaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M.: Prescott:" -.

West End AaMmbly ., peg A GOOD HARDWARE STORE PLUMBING HEATING., : .
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Harold Smith, (Pastor FORD'. CAIN'SStandard Tl ORIGINAL $elf' .Servlce' CONTRACTORComander : .,.
Mossy Head Baptist Mission Rivard Chevrolct,: :-:-:.-
Floyd Garrett, Pastor Station.
Peoples Water Service
Furniture Company -
GAS OIL Da aley Co. Funeral
Argyle Baptist Mission
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Lake Stanley Baptist Chttraa Gof Ts Ready To MERCER COMANDER. F. D.
Rev. Harold R. Padgett Choctawhatchee
Wear Store RITZ THEATRE
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N. 9 tli ST. Henry Koerbex Electric Cooperative,
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church "G[T MORE OUT OP LIPE_ Store r
T. R. Padgett, Pastor Western Auto GO OUT TO A MOVIE" YOUR PURINA DCALEft Inc.

Associate Store YOU ENJOY BETTER LIVING-

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THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined the tide of chaos btttaff created by the court TODAV.OR.TOMORROWWhat It then any thing on wbI h'we.

Is for the people of the country finally to may depend
1 11 there in life I say for me? This day Is really ours, we have it, sn4
with THE BREEZE get fed up with the Court to the extent I am surely not a poor old miser, But tomorrow may be the

DeI'untak, Springs, Florida that they will elect Representatives to Con- That is Just as plain ns the Unexpected end.

Published Every Thursday at gress who will impeach the Court. the American A-B-C-alphabetOr Harry Moore Q1ftUs 411fl h

DeFunlak Springs Florida This might have a healthful elect, but Bill Jennings Made

Completely Covers Walton County Trading Are the Court would doubtless declare such an: I am not a rich man with his Perfect Record at ChipoU
wealth, I
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico effort "unconstitutional. I am surely not a great big horder The Dean's Lilt for the past comm l1 a ,j

Second-Clasa Pottage Paid ----oOo With much good old money semester at Chipola Junior Col- _
H. C. STORRS, Publisher 1924-1963 Good and Hud in the Bill Laid upon the secret shelf. lege, released last week by Dean
G. W. Allen, Jr., shows that Bill
HOWARD STORKS. Editor Publisher Walter Lippman gave the best expressionwe But what I have I am proud of It, Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs. +r.
have seen of what is good in the Civil With but little money to spend, Melville Jennings ,a sophomore,
SUBSCRIPTION: Rights Bill in these words: And with none to even lend one made a perfect 4.00 record. Before you leave en your vacation this year take
Walton and Adjoining Counties___$3.00 Per Year Who helps me when I am down Bill also had an all-A record my advice and visit, MILLER'S, THE FAMILY x
and out, for the first semester. SHOE STORE where you will eee vacation shoes
Other _________ "These
S3.50: Per Year grievances
------- have for the .that offer
family
their the utmost In
roots deep The one on whom I can depend. This is the first time in the comfort,
in the past, in fact in the ancient history of the college that as along with the utmost in beauty. MILLER'S la show :
Court Creating Chaos of human slavery. The institution But what is there to this uncertain I many as two students mad a Ing a special collector of good looking, flexible, **/ +
We feel sure the U. S. Supreme Court is racist argument life perfect record for the year. smartly styled shoes that are handsomely crafted-
not dominated by communists and we don't against the Negroes is that which Aristotle soft, light casuals you can wear all day long in
used perfect comf..&.. With the
more than 2000 prices you pay you save
even believe they consciously go out of their years ago in his defense extra money far your v.e.tron.lI'f .
of slavery, : that the slave _
to favor communists white
way (even though a
brown
showed that in involving or black-is by nature an inferior
survey cases com-
munits the high court did rule in their favor man who is meant to be a slave. The griev- you have trouble planning your meats then I
ances, against which this bill is .d en your next trip to your favorite
1fAIJJb
more than 90 per cent of the time) but it designed / grocer
to pick several "Henko"
arm the government and the yen up brand chickens
certainly looks like the is Negro pea
court deliberately are processed right here In DeFunlak Springs
ple with legal
trying, to create chaos throughout our en- power have their roots in leoal people. Anoth.r good suggestion Is to pur-
this ancient dogma of .' "Henko" farm fresh
inherent eggs direct to
tire way of life. inferiority."This your gro-
Processed and distributed by Henry Koerber.
The recent decision upsetting the time- is the great achievement of the 1 WITH A

honored way of electing. members to State bill, that it will bring all three branches
of Yey .ladlee will cat lot of help from FISHER
Legislatures is a case in point and is further the Federal Government to a formal and \4 BRIDAL SET ARQWARC COMPANY'S noueeware section In

evidence of the court's affliction with mega- solemn repudiation of the dogma of inherent year Spring. el.."..... They have a wonderful array
lomania. inferiority. This is Y from ef magi. aids .fee ......."' .k..... There are all kinds
a decisive
gain for us all. ef timely aatriwo. cleaning buys, sponges and chamois, +
f
The Court has completely drifted away, It liberates the Negroes from the stigma, breente.and tueai. and palls, miracle cleaners to use

and has for a long time, completely ignoredthe which in spite of emancipation clings to RHODES eft rugs, drape. anal upholstery, wonderful new fur. ad
them nature, waxes M.d pellahce. . vend scores of other ,
provision in the Constiution that cer- from the slavery, of their ancestors. .
J helper far ye r epftafj cleaning.'
tain things are left to the states themselves It liberates all of us from the shame of hav-

and if anything could better be )let to ing to participate in such an intolerable
the states than the way in which they efect injustice." Having heard so much about the quality used
automobiles at RIVARD CHEVROLET COMPANY
state officials, it is hard to see what it And See o o r selection of I decided. to take a test drive In one of their late
Sen. Goldwater i2
would be.Chief pointed to an exampleof men's tnd women's metfel. used cars the other day. If the response you
what is bad in it when he expressed his !t a II receive when you touch the accelerator and brake
Justice Warren took no note at all watches before you buy.
decision pedal is any Indication of Its overall
to vote against the bill dependability
because L
of the contention that actually state Legis- of it part Birthda: anniversaries / the I am cure you will appreciate thtelr. values a*

latures have been patterned in the past on are unconstitutional.In and gi ft.duation gifts. s ... "M.i... a* I do. Drop by soon. .

the national mode of election, with one house his decision to vote "No" on the Bill, ,

elected according to population and the he gave as his reason the sections banning Rhod
other by geography. discrimination in places" of pubic accom- t National Be kT"' Y.w'll* find that here full service ,,(.
modation and employment, and said: 9 Mi S.reet meant a wide ra... ef very practical and helpful
Justice Warren said
such arguments are aervieee all -qufeKty and conveniently available
"after-the-fact rationalization" and said that "My concern extends beyond this single under one* roof . to meet your every banking ti M]

the U. S. Congress composition is one that legislative moment. My concern extends need. Whether It'. a time and effort saving or ,4"

out of the compromises the beyond any single group in our society. Myconcern checking account, one of their many kinds of loans
attending
grew for family or business. purposes or any other of
:
birth of our nation. He said that the equal is for the entire nation, for the I their many aervieee.. Member F. D. I. L.
freedom of all who live in it and for all who
voting weight given small states in the *
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will be born into it. 24 Hour A TIP TO THE,LADIES: To keep hair looking..
U. S. Senate was the price paid to them for
"It is the general welfare that must be healthy, and to .upply the care it needs you must
giving up their sovereignity!! in joining up have the right equipment. There are endless hair
with the other states to make the union. considered now. not just the special appealsfor products on the market, but some basics' are es-
special welfare. This is the time to at- aenttlal. At the top of the list Is your hair's bestfriend
"On the other hand" said the Chief-Justice
tend tao the liberties of all. DEPOSIT SERVICE II a hairbrush. Next, you'll want at least twoer -
a man ,who had never sat in court a three sizes of rollers and naturally you need a
day in his life until he was appointed by "This is my concern. And. this is whereI shampoo for your type of hair (dry, oily, etc.) and.
stand." a cream rinse. You will find all of these Items andmore
Pres. Eisenhower to head the one-time-
great court "political subdivisions coun- In arriving at his politically significant 1' '. 'f at SERVICE DRUG COMYANY.

decision to vote against the bill Goldwatersaid NIGHT DEPOSITORYUse
,
ties, cities!'!, or whatever-never were and ATTENTION MOTORISTS: Here are a few little
never have been considered as sovereign there had been few if any occasions our convenient envelope drop. known facto about Davis Tires. They are throughly
entitles." when "the searching of my conscience and tested In laboratories and are subjected to every

What the effect will be in Florida, wherea the re-examination of my views of our No key is necessary. Deposit supplies type Davis of Nylon driving tins condition take punishment In the on entire highways country.and M w

re-apportionment plan adopted by the 'constitutional system" played a greater part. special teet tracks from. moderate speeds up to
"I'am" ': unalterably opposed to discrimination are furnished and your receipt will speeds ever 100 m.p.m. for'hours on end. Over. 1W
Legislature is up for review by the Supreme types of vehleles of very description have tested ,.
Court, will be hard, to say. /or segregation on the l basis of race, be mailed the following: day.BANKBYMAIL Davis Premium Ssntrlea. They aretayailable. at your

, Gov. Farris Bryant predicted that the color} ,"'
U. S., Court will make the Florida Legisla- said. "Not only my word, but more im-

ture reapportion itself by spring at the very portanUy actions through the years have A gladiolus arrangement do sn't have to be
repeate tyilemonstrated the sincerity of my massive. A few full blooms and some bud tips makean
latest .if it hasn't done so sooner.
Ask us for free bank-by-mail envelopes. artful bouquet for a table. Place upright stem
feeling in this regard.
He said that there never has been a with three florets In the center of your container.Put ..
Legislature in Florida which had come up However, Goldwater said that to give Every mail box is a teller's window. II one tapering atom with a few buds showing

with a plan"which the Court would have genuine -effect to the bill's prohibitions will color, to the left Just above the rim of the bowl
horizontal line
*'* and a third to the right, for a long
''creation of federal
require tm e a police
accepted. In contrast to globclike bowls. You will fine: plentyof
"'I'mSure/ our present plan would have force of.i rnmoth proportions. fresh Glad at McLEAN FLORIST to brightenthe
He chard that "it also bids fair to re- appearance of your home.A .
fallen in the wake of the court's decision
he said. sult in the development of an "informer" CAWTHON STATE BANK
quick visit ft* CARP'S cads one to believe that
One thing seems clear-that the small psyehdhrgy in great areas of our national DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA. everything beat thOM MW summer dresses be.

counties of the state will suffer when the HfiaV'with. "neighbors spying on neighbors, speaks luxury-that la, everything except the price
"werkrs spying on workers businessmen Member tags. The fabric .are exquisitely, woven . The .
preponderance of power goes to the popu- Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. colors and patterns arc truly aupcrb . The designs -
lous areas of the state, as it must do under .Bpymg on businessmen, where those who are" all alaMtee.) toward an exciting, fashion-

the Court's decision. 'would harass their fellow'citizens for selfish right .um.Nr . "Awd you've seldom see such fash
tenable dceaMsj>n drove that all for such modest
inducement
will have
and purposes ample -
Big counties are unhappy about the pre- narrow I prices.

sent' distribution of race track funds, with to do so."

each county sharing equally. During the oOo There le one Item that I think everybody wants
j that la hot water . that's
Bible Verse why no single con
present fiscal period. Walton county has re-
dose ae much for the whole family. an
ceived $220.000 from this source. up $21- For precept must be upon precept pre- WILL THE BANK YOU gas water. Install an automatic WEST

0000 over the same period last year, and cept upon precept; line upon line, line upon gas water hearter which heats water three
line here little and there a little.-Isaiah 11.nd.* faster than any other source of energy when
one more check will be received during the ; a ,
CHOOSE SERVE ALL burn LP Gas. That means you can buy a
fiscal! year. 28:10: ...? lee expensive' water. heater to do the Job.

With no race track in Walton county how oOo YOUR BANKING NEEDS? visit teWEST FLORIDA GAS CO. will give you
all the fact need.
do you think we will fare when the big Gem of Thought . Procrastination you

counties can do as they please, and how Procrastination is the art of keeping up

do you think we can get along without this with yesterday.-Marquis Him.HUGH to *.hswyeti'WHCAT:laroewd at WHEAT. his modern TIRE SERVICE.tire recapping Ask

money. (c plant .H* .w4H.ejrpkr.Wi. to
YES IT WILL IF THE BANK ye- uthe complete process
Maybe the U. S. Court is not deliberately Procrastination says, "The next advantage of ree pH
stirring up trouble but i it looks like it. we will take thoroughly." Shakes- YOU CHOOSE IS OURS. every the precisionworkntcmehlp auto an .*ruek tiro processed that goes you Into will each be and

Aonther field in which this court has peare **rVJIWPr-. f**' safe when riding on their pro 'i

created chaos stems from the Gideon case, (c ) fffcjip. ,

:in which a prisoner from Bay county con- Unhappy he who does his work adjourn, ,

victed of a small theft from a pool hall in and to tomorrow would the search delay; .
.For savings or cheeking. accounts, loansof you want to make sure your vacation plans
Panama City yeas" found guilty without hav- his lazy morrow will be like today.-Persius be a huge success then I recommend taking
ing a lawyer to defend him. cc all kind, safe deposit boxes, helpful -....... The Motorola 31speed portable phone

The U. S. Court ruled that all felony de- Have you'something to do tomorrow; do' advice about money matter you name II"f ?"'I. phones*"* of made the very its packed beat compact with more, automatic value

fendants were entitled to counsel and now it today.-Franklin it we're here to serve you promptlyand than any other In its price range. Playa
courts are clogged with inmates of Rai- oOo / apMde and all/ sizes . Is completed Jam pack
the completely. That's what >-we mean proof and trouble free . And the cost Is
ford demanding to get out. Like to the falling of a star; Available at RAINBOW ELECTRONICS, very INC.
of eagles are; when we say we're anil MI .:ce bank.
will flights
In the near future the U. S. Court Or as the

more than likely hold that it is discrimina- Or like the fresh springs gaudy hue; ; Come in and get acquainted.

for prisoners to be held in jail if they Or silver drops of morning dew;
tory chafe sthe flood I knew when you plan to dine out you would like
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make bail, on the ground thata Or like a wind that
to
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are unable to select one of the better eating places in town. ;
rich man can make bail and a poor man Or bubbles which on water stood; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK That place could be ere other than MOM 4. DAD'S .:.
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(might not, so it wail)) be up to the state to Even such is man, whose borrowed lightIs RESTAURANT. Whether* your favorite dish Is a l f
thick Juicy steak that fork-tender
golden brown
straight called in, and paid to night.
provide bail.'The'only Member Federal Deposit Ia.oraass Co-rponHHii. fried chicken or enc of the entree you see on their
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Thursday. Long Island, Nev*York, was the I
.:;- ,11 U:.. 1.Ufln. W.Ifs apre... D.p. eberift Druak 5-1...... $$35.00. eaah bond s.t. I I The Beaches I I Mr. and Mrs. James'* and family guest of Mr.and Mrs. Paul Teelln 1

11 w.J. P::.... K. Smith Grattln.. rKP Unla.tw II! -27-14 $25.00. caah bond ...t.uw t. i of Montgomery are spending and family 'over the weekend.. '
8 $ M A-U X 10 $ Mr. W.. R. Hobbs and Mrs. sometime at their! Suugrove TIRED LEGS? ? NOW OPEN
: N V D -18-14 attended the
Leo T. ObI. KUpatrlck.. FflP $$25.00 caah bond eat.w Mamie Hatch Beach home. Mrs. Ilene Brazile
spent Wednesdayin
mtUH. U A-47 In Pen- VARICOSE PROBLEMS?
\ 13 Nos' preeman, AabelT7 KUpatrlck PHP Improper Tag 8-22-11<< ea.. dlama-d at request ofproeCUtiflS Panama City the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Van Butler of funeral of Terrlll Harper

HOTTEST SAlE \ APPLIANCES 13 w Joel Mi27,MogttflS RUeF Kilpatrick, PUP' N V D 10. -27.et .$25.00 CP.Uh bund wltn.eat. their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Clark. Grayton Beach, made a business sacola Saturday.Mr. 1EWFIRMfLt Cooper's' 16 7th Street
U' :Mr.' and Mrs. Travis and trip to Pensacola Friday and also and two
W aide of Road Cosby K. C. Rogers sons
:: Oriffin. PUP' Drhlnlr on wrong &-III-8t ? ELASTIC STOCKINGS
IS
BeTflIO Walden Peacock .uepended ds7e.
17 A-62 D' L. children returned to their homein visited the Van Ness Butlers In of Pensacola, spent the day with %, Across the street from
TELEVISION 17 W Edwzd M AudrsW Broacarce.. ..7r.Orftln.* PUP' Operating'Driving motor Licenea ehIoe! without S-2S-8t $$2 500 or 30 daye. Chattanooga after a visit with Gulf Breeze. relatives In DeFuniak Springs i JJ MAKE YOU FEEL f fFOR It ItUnrcl' Chevrolet Co.

__ STEREO 17 W BotnJ.M A-2.Brown HoweU.. Jr. Mlle.. Conet. Unla.ful Speed 5-22-0<< $$25.00 or 30 daye. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brett and Friday.. LIKE A MILUOP(

VIW.JnF: Grlttln, FlIP tT.y. s. : .. .' &-U-8t Cosby. sons Bryan and Gary of Carra- w Men\ \women and children \wear
3 ValenU Not arulltF BUbJSCt h. purchased\ VDL Mrs. R. O. Saltsman and dau- belle spent Father's' Day weekend Mr. Frank Thomas, Mr. William ONLY 15.9.7, ,
aoW.J.Jam.U .*-K.33 )Karlow. Kilpatrick. Pup" Imp. Dr.. Llo. -2I-8t. $$25.00 or SO eta,... ghter Joy spent Wednesday in with her father and Mrs. lurlison. Merritt and Mr. Paul Teelln, Jr. Shoes for the entire familyAll
W M A-2.. Gulf Breeze with her mother, will be among the CAP Cadets
BaldwIn, DeP. Sherltt Contributing to Delinquency of S-25-8t ,.. !
"$ phiUlo (STflelt 0 I' II or 30 da
6 $35.00
: $ who will be the Aircraft
guest on
MWorC .
fancy 1..) Wrtgbt" t Mrs. Mel Cameron and her sister -

2.. 'Pobert 31' ?..J Thom.. Orttf1th. FlIP Driving wbUe IDtoJdcatec1 8-27-14 '100.00 or 30 daF"W Mrs. Van Ness Butler and Carrier the Lexington on Wed-
TWO DOOR 12 M A-tt family. nesday. I merchandise first qualityat
GENERAL ELECTRIC ______-' ._ ___ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Comstock Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Daughettehad
and daughters, LJndi.. Susan as guests on Father's' Day, the lowest\ possible prices.
,J rn SALE: ONH 1950 CREV-- COTTAGES FOR RENT: Gray- WANTED: HAY Baling, mow- ATTENTION: LOGGERS //NO DIANNE'S' BEAUTY SHOP, and Nancy of f f'crna'k.,'!', T :-!' Mr. and Mrs. Jff Ates, Sr., Mr.
REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER .tojt' t 3-4 ton pick-up truck $$99. ton Beach, call Gene Wesley, De ing or raking. Call Morse, Glen- timber the top invites you call now for appointments Md. are the housegnests, of hiparents. and Mrs. Jeff.. Ate.. Jr., and their
Call TW 6-5631.:$ I Funiak Springs 6-9586 after 5I S Sl dale 859-2262, preferably early, prices sTzsur logs md where you'll' be satisfied Mr. and Mrs. Elmer three children of Milton and Mr. SHOP AND SAVE AT

1 ____________ I l p>m. or Seagrove Beach 231 2621. morning or evening. 6lltfchgFOR : timber. Free estimates JACK ON with results. Ph. TW! 6-5131. N. Comstock t at ChoctawhatcheeBeach. and Mrs. II. C.. Hudson of Crest- .

I. ioa.. SALE: THREE BEDROOM 0:4,11,18,25chg: , RENT: THREE BEDroom VENEER CO. INC.., Laurel [ill.. 9th Street.. 625,7a,9,16chg: : view.
Condi--
2 home with Central Air Fla. Phone 2195 days, M-Sgt., and Mrs.. Robert W. John Teem is spending several
ZERO-DEGREE FREEZER or I L mis
BEDROOM
hard FOR SALE: NEW house. See Mr. or Mrs. Hugh Coopers1STOP
,
> UOAipg) and heat. Two baths Ix>wery, I DEPRESSIONI. PRICES. WE I In Savannah-,- Ga.. with John
4-3825. days
el:; outside brick veneer house, living room, dining I I Adams, Ph. TW4-4011. 6lltfchg: Florala., ia., Butler of Huntsville, Ala are enjoying -
1. Holds up to 84 Ibs. Frozen Foods I wood) flooring moving, will room, kitchen, bath and half, nights._ 3.12tfrbg.: : selll cheap. Heavy-duty; rotary a vacation with his bro- 'Austin, a former Walton high
act finish. Owner call CASH FOR LATE MODEL I cutters, $$265.00 each. We deliver ther and sister-in-law' Mr. and .school. student.
small down payment,
L- t Ol for small equity, take up. collect FHA MU 2-2950 or MU 2-4390, cars, 1958 models up. Buying for bedroom FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL t tree_ free. SCOTT FURR DISCOUNT Mrs. Albert Butler.. ........LO.III.-.. ., . .' .....55., ,, Mr.\ and, Mrs. W. R. Maxwell, Fisher Pharmacy
Contact Milton Smith. home I .
payments. two ceramic tile and Mrs. H. K. McKenzieand
Capt.
Magnolia
Crestview, Fla. 4:16tfchg: Eastern and Miami markets. If FARMS Mississippi.Phon Mrs. Edd Walllne and daughter -
107 Oaklawn Square, or call TW baths, kitchen complete with GE PIGGLY 'WIGGLY Mrs. E. R. Griswold of Mon- TW 4-7801
I you have a used car to sell, call 783-2917. 5:14-7:2pd: : Adrianne of Grayton Beach .
AUTOMATIC DEFROSTREFRIGERATOR _03279._ 6.11tfchg:. FOR RENT: APARTMENT For James Hussey, TE 6-2271-8 8 ajn. built-in appliances on 100'' x 150'' were shopping In DeFunlak 10th* Street I ''gomery, were the weekend guestsof DeFunlak Springs Fla...
I &.AWNS:. MOWED: CALL GIL. lent. 202 Circle Drive. Phone TW till 5:30: p.m. 12.31pd: lot in Oaklawn Square. FHA. fin. FOR RENT: ONE BEDROOM Wednesday.Miss DeFuniak Springs, Fla." the Lyle Griswolds.
anced. Call Sam Rachels,, T\7\ 6- furnished. With tile
0-9511. brick cottage Helen Strickland
__________ :148 Douglass. TW 4-7467. 2521 or was a HOMEIMPROVEMENT
A. -- ---- 27 UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: WE Buddy Brazile TW, 4- bath and television antenna. .,
chg.
JUA 18-Aug FOR RENT: 2.Bedroom Cottageat have three Singer Sewing Mach- 8746. 4.16tfchg: White. Castle Court,, J. D. Francis. FOR RENT: HOUSE ON a West t '

"r-i r'' I| ..< i. unfurnished house. See M. O. TE 6-2477, Ponce de Leon. ltpd repair bill $$14.63. These machines : FOR SALE: FOUR ROOM icy, 509 Orange Ave. Itpd Attention --Home .
i.;' Mraughn. & at Three-Way Station. are In excellent shape. Write house, one acre land., !flowing FOR SALE: LARGE DINING United Buyers!
APARTMENT FOR RENT:
2-DOOR CONVENIEN( It pdI Service Manager,, Vogue Sewing well on Hiway 331, Freeport.Withor table and six chairs. Also a china Farm Agency." Phone TW 4- PUlIS t BUS( \qj\ \ WE( LITERATURE( IT-YODRSELF PUNS
Falson And Ward Center, 404 E. Wright St., Pen without furniture. Call \\Tade cabinet. See or call Oswald ) _
.-. I I FOR SALE: WATER FRONT Water Wells and Pumps sacola. Fla. 5:28-7:16chg: : Griffin, SY 2-2414 Dothan, Ala. Brown, TW 6-1918. 6.25tfchg: s .. jv
!
0N1Y28"WIDE Iot>. and wooded in lots. On Easy t.rm.Call. collect 6:4,11,18,25: , chg.I 7831.FOR RENT: FURNISHED, AIR 3-bedroom home living room, dining: room, kitchen, QUALITY MATERIALS --9 1 CONTRACTING KELP 4 =4 FINANCING $$5
Cnoctawhatchee' Bay, located on FOR SALE REASONABLEall FOR SALE: 30 FOOT HOUSEtrailer
01laJ a-WBlton' county line in Doo POai.on., Bonlfay' B47-2376 nearly new: Westinghouse I WILL NOT EE RESPONSIBLE air-conditioned, shower. conditioned: . garage apt. located' at bath, air-conditioned.
;. Villa Tas o. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1 Wiley Ward, Vernon 6352188 electric' range, Admiral 12-ft. for any debts made or checks double sink in kitchen, TV. Call 311 East Main. Call TW 6-2051
after five before 730'a.m.
i < I Box 259, Villa Tasso, Niceville, 4l: .10:16pd: Refrigerator; 7-pc. Dinette. Phone cashed by Curtis L. Gratton.. John Dobbs, Ph. 4-2621 or 4-8581 625: tfchhg pm. or : FREE(( HANDYMAN PLAN |i443 STOP BY-

;' 3 Cabinet Shelves! Porcei. .. Hand' *. I -- ---- 4-8111 or 4-7271. ltpd Lilly J. Grayton. 625TJ2pd: : It chg. ________________ Cash price 6750.00$ HOW TO LIVE OUTDOORSAND PICK UP

AND LOVE IT YOUR COPY ..
-
Enamel' Vegetable Bin Butt LEGAL NOTICE I ,

: Compartment 2 Ice Trays wii.. f' New\ from top to bottom. New\ inside and out. New I .. . . . . ... . . . .. . . . .. . .. . .. .. .
'

#1 .. .? ; Wire Rack Cover to simplify removal STARTS TO DAY. AT YOUR U R FORD R DEALER'S D L E 'IN POE" THE FlMttf&WAL''UN CIRCUIT.. JUDICIAL': lOUft'l: IOUKT' l CUtlHIAIN *:&,: .SLUIILV:.IN.. 'AND.," \wiring: New fixtures. New screens. An $$11,500, value: '

; No Door'' Clearance . :&.!' IHAMChtiV' !MO. BJMWILLIfc. 1 1V8. '
FHAMK U
; $ K.
: Needed at Side e 12 Cu. Ft. Plaintiff.. j I Cash YOUR Home Ideaa HEADQUARTERS(

Net Volume .MiH.lBfiA....-. McCULLOUdH. LEE price $$6750.00 '
t- Deleudant. '
t NOTICE TO AFMkAM!; &.
:: : TO: MELISSA McCUZXOUUli& LEE I I
Summertime is saving Amended You are complaint t erby> notified for ,divorce ttoat huoeen *a'' You can apply to First Federal Savings' & Loan for

tiled agauuc& &. )'0In\& tne above -
.uamed court and cause\ and you .are.. terms.
S .ivquured., to serve''' upon Plaintiff.. at.Iorneya .
298.88 uf time at Ford Dealer! ..,. ' answer or
----- r ___ your written. ) a defense copy ot on)your or belore, thejfttn
dar of July.. 1064.. and to tile the Located on Baldwin\ avenue between 22nd and 23rd
,, original thereof With toe Clerk of this
i' CJourt Herein fall not. or a Decree streets.
: Our sales are sizzling at an all-time highland ';you.fro- Conleno. will be entered against

315 DONE)() : AND ORDERED at DeFuniak
MODEL '
we're keeping the pot boiling with big Spring, rlorlda"' this 22: day of June, Open evenings for inspection! 7:30: to 9:30: p.m.,

Easy terms, big trades! /. f savings. on every Ford, Fairlane and Falcon t Ab(Seal&1)) B. Leo Andrew t '

r in stock! Clerk Walton of Circuit County.' Court. Florida of .. Thursday, Friday'' and Saturday. b. )* of Hardware Drink ofTT ( r =
G By I Iv a Adiuneon. Deputy Clerk l_ % ,
ISIIAZ'AZZER ; Clyde -11. Well lj ,
...., air trade-in : ot THOMPSON WELLS -- ______
Low low prices-plus an extra t
tI Attorner4 Plaintiff' fiot.ean .. -- -- ,.
."P. O Box 87 at-
.' > PIdg. I''
bonus on your present car! And that's IMFumalc'' Uprlnc: *. Florida
[ 7T i-if .sit.: June 35:, July 3, e.. l 16
only the start of what you save. Ford's' -LEGAL NOTICE: - -J.r-. ,,;:'

exclusive twice-a-year (or6000-mile) main. NOTICE DECLARING OF ADOPTION! A PUBLIC C OF) RESOLUTION :HlLARLNU : - ; r
TO CONSUJEK) THB: ;:: ;: - \ '.
'( TO BE: HUXD: :
LL 9 tenance schedule will keep on saving money ADVISABILITV.. OF CLO:.INO A ROAD..
________ JlL1 __ NO'llCH.' ; IS HEREBY:. GIVEN: that t. \
__________ for you mile after mile after mile. Come the Freeport Charge Methodlat Epta- t U
oopal Church South of Walton County ,
____ ''I the t,. nave .filed a petition requesting f' 1
in. get red-hot buy on hottest-selling
a
__ S tnat the Board of County C
''p e!, A LAE'D' = Ford in history-right now, while there's' vacating* adopt and. abandoning a resolution a road closing located :-, ..::1

in Section 20.. Township 1 North, .
plenty of summertime pleasure ahead. ,..I;. Range 17 West described as follows: ipvtiii :4gIZI ? $ '
Commence 6 chain and .23 link .
JP//1&l'f/IIkT/I/Jl//IlI West. of the NW corner' of theSE '"

I // & / / / // I. thence:'..& 1 of North.North SB:"U.'. ,1 Range Section chain 17 and 20 WMt, 4:Township ',link run- C :: %o

to point of beginning thence .
Et West :3 I chain ie link, thence '.
; .ii.ilh.. 25: links, thence East. :3 I ) .
t chum.. ", and !I. links,, thence South
2 2:1: link to point of beginning .j
and to renounce and disclaim. any
LE Y right of Walton County and the punIc -
[ In and to atd road. and the
4 Board of County\ Commissioner. will IIdP7 rif4k tRICAt
'
bold public healing a provided by'
''S'" ; _____ __ Chapter bounty Commissioner 3341.. Florida Statutes room, In in the the, t *_ -.-
County Courthouse In DeFuniak)
:: .. .' :prugs* Florida. at' 10:00 o'clock' A. M.
j" r- on the ,14th day of July. 1M4, to I
'LI consider the advUablllty. of approvingthe "
I said petiton. and to detennn' ... .
whether or not the County will vacate
renounce\ and disclaim any rights
01>f 'the County and the public.. In .ando .
r11iME r- saId land or interest therein
acquired.' an ,,
alley
;r- earn a* a public' or private
street, road. highway or other place .
used for tra"el.
All persons Interested may appear
and should be heard at. the 'time and

ONLY ; ;= . place berelnabove Board of County set, forth.Oommlsloner,
.e .E nm.iww* -> M.TrWiJ.1A n fflrimm ** a _
a Florida
fcflftimLiru Lffil ffyvlnmgroBivrf '
1 fg m |U :mWiiWiTfft?: Of Walton County.
; BEDROOM .. Save now on a middle-size Fairlane, the family-size car with sportsSave now on Falcon-plushest-riding compact ever built. New By Kylea' Laird.. Chairman
.
It t: June 23NEW ZEPP FAMILY
car feel . quality-proved by over 6 billion owner-driven miles! wider rear tread, improved suspension, added insulation. I THE LEONARD


AIR CONDITIONER jiiW; ct T of Do Funlak Springs ENJOYS

'

The for ideal sleeping balance comfort of cooling! and dehumidification 119.I I 95 : ? b TRADE BUICK- INS. TOTAL ELECTRIC; LIVING. m .



Instant Installation . built-in side panels. ..

Bedroom Quiet I 1958 Ford 2-door

6 Cyl St. Shift -F
Lightweight. to handle. Model RP204A .1
.
easy i4; ,
<& < > i. 3
$$595.00 ff-i j2gW p %- 3uftkpf
*.Quickly removed for storage. rfier-c6oling/and/ winter-heating -
'f r f VL o

.- _. 1960 Falcon 4-door I jrtfw a'tiatneless.' .. electric,.heat pumpj .
-- ,
--- - .p .
/-4"
; ' -'
I _ ..-. -E: :: mm -- .. 895.00 f ,' fiamefe electric' rangeand water heater ,* ; -

I 0 nther electrlcaf comforts and
$
1956 Ford 4-door 5_ all" for "/nonthlylbill I
ypnlenpes- an average /
''mt .:,

'4- 275.00)() ,, fJ$31.82$ !* or only 'about '$$1,00, a day: f '

Save now on a Super Torque Ford,the strongest, smoothest, steadiest car in its class. It's' got extra Insulation, too, for a quieter ride mpa2' >+- /i&*&***% '* r .p I II .

I ... BAKER CASWELL I 6Lfrlocaepresentat1ve will beglto- glveyou1


..*::: COME SEE AND DRIVE . _l f r rmciinjii ab utthe' ost'of i, electric i '

.. THESE SIZZLIN' BUYS AT MOTOR CO. I')t1! *heating*for hometancftfiie ;oysrof'']t ti ,

,i'i**$/'*?*' "** ', .j i,:;r ;** m( ', ->;'?;7'e1ptricliving '
'\ rFree"... -Parking See him s soonlWfh$
,, "
Creel Ford <
Inc. -

.t When You Think of Hardware, Think of Fisher's' . Co..p DfI. i. .: Air Conditioned Easy'Terms Show' Room ". .-.' 'N'/."..' ".'...., ..4 '.1',I' '+ %*t0al t Jf|ylclbflfj v: fd J i ei4.?" .


C.' : --207 West Nelson Avenue DeFuniak= Springs, Florida, --:..: Hiway U. S. 90 West '. ,_l.l'... ,. .Hs.. *.. ,/>IK4,, *-,* x!3t9"t? *5r''KZ'J* ?-* ?'Awt ', .


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.. 'THURSDAY JUNE 2. 19G4
it1ME 7S-PUBLISHED EVERY TntTRSDAT _, TUB DeFUMIAK DJRAJ'.D-JJi!: : &
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Jenning -Jong Tea Honoring

Engagement Announced Bride-Elect I :


SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Kemper Jennings, A seated _tea honoring Miss

I Indian River Bluff, Melbourne Judy Rivard was given Thursday I Z' t a H e'4

Fla.. announce the engagement of afternoon June llth, at the homeof

their daughter, Tracy Catherine, Mrs. E. H. Walker.

to Marshall Gould Jones, son of t I I Hostesses were Mrs. George
-5.5.t Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Payne Jones Stedman, Mrs. J. A. McCall and .
.
of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Bert McCall. Assisting with
I
/-I tNp Miss Jennings graduated from serving were Misses Nancy and, \

f Melbourne High School class of Susan McCall. ''I IJuly 9a/on
1959, and received her B. A. from The tea table covered with an

Presbyterian College of South I imported cloth was centered witha
< Carolina in 1963. She taught I pyramid arrangement of white .

school in McCormick,. South Carolina carnations, satin ribbon and wed-

for the past year. ding bells.A .
i '. Mr. Jones graduated from Pres- gift of silver was presentedto

..,', ., .. .d>>>1'.d"v byterian College of South Car- the bride-elect by the hos- If Your hair is not becoming to you ,

olina with a B. S. degree this tesses. ,
t month. He was a member of the About twenty-six friends T

R. O. T. C. and has been com- shared this courtesy with the!
missioned a 2nd Lieutenant in honoree. I

the U. S. Army. You should be coming tQ.us.,:

I'f.1. The wedding will take place on Jesse J. Evans has 'Just returned -

June 20 at the Eastmlnlster Pres- home from, a visit with his

byterian Church, Indialantic. at 8 son Alex H. Evans and family

pm.Tracy 'in Fayettville, N. C.
is the granddaughter of Mrs. Gary Alford spent last

Mr. and Mrs. V. Clyde Edwards, week at Fort Walton Beach with
;' '<-:::' *'''\'' also of Melbourne, and the late friends and relatives.Mr. q
/
..hrt4kMf i : < Mrs. W. K:. Jennings of DeFuniak and Mrs. L. E. Seigler spent

Springs.. She is the niece of Mr."nd this weekend in Stewart Fla.

Mrs. Melville Jennings of, Mrs. Louise Alford spent the
this place. veekend in Fort Walton Beach

+ Ji// y !_ Women's Day Celebrated I with Major friends.and Mrs. W. D. Cairns
;
: At Union Springs ChurchThe and daughter, "arolvn have returned -

..
ri to Ft. Campbell K.V. after
-
,, ,:4t ? .tt 4f Union Springs Baptist spendng some time with; Mrs.
!. Call
.
,..., : A :, ." r'r rH :,- ':J? >'"..',<,"" <'&. ; Church celebrated their fifth annual Calms' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
'

.'{ r/: J' {_. .. :. :;:,f ,..;;;;;:..t:
0.-"."::'......: n".W'" .1 ,, . ... ...... .;;.A-;:'; '::;& "%'<2f t Speakers from various clubs of lust week Dr. and Mrs. Miles R. TW 6-5131 '
I the city. The theme used by the Mitchem and three children of ;
Engagement Announced speakers was "The Woman Role Lake Charles, La.. Mr. and Mrs. ; 9th. St.

In Today's World". Mrs. Billie W. jr. Mitchem of Milton Mr. and '( .
Mrs. Harry Cahill of Lake Char- t.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hilton Mr. Davis is a graduate of Walton Delegal represented the Inde- les
Spencer Mitchem of Pensa-
pendent Hllighters. This is her
High School and the University -
Yearwood, Sr., announce the en- of Florida. He is presently theme. "A Woman Role In To- coa, Mrs. Frances Mitchem of

gagement of their daughter, Char- employed in Crestview, ddy's World.-A woman plays Sulphur La.. Mr. and Mrs. Don

lotte Ann to Benjamin Lehmon The wedding will take place at many roles, from the cook pot to Scott and son, Mr. and Mrs. H.
A. Mitchem of Lake Charles La.
Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pres- 8 p.m. August 23, in the First the Senate. I can not think of any I Mrs. Jones entertained her guest
Baptist Church of DeFuniak role that a woman isn't in it.
ton Davis. most of the time at the beach
The bride-elect is a graduate Springs. Friends and relatives are Recently we had a woman to run while they were here. t

of Walton High School. Invited. for president. A woman is a I Mr. and Mrs. R. MI .Sawyer
mother, a politician, a teacher in
and Miss Maude Sawyer
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTDr. BRIDAL SHOWER ill areas. A woman's place is to Joying a vacation trip to are New en- "FOR THE BEST IN HAIR STYLING AND
keep the hime fire burning.
York City and the New England
Dr. and Mrs. Freeman Bozeman, The recreation room of the Pt. Let's stop for a minute, and States. Miss Sawyer will attenda

Jr., of Myrtle Beach, S. C., (the Washington Methodist Churchwas think from biblical times. It was summer camp in Maine for the COMPLETE BEAUTY CARE

former Mamie Ann Dorsey) are the scene of a lovely party a woman that brought Christ next several weeks.

the proud parents of a son, John }friday night when Mrs. Maxwell Jesus into the world. It was a Miss Sally Kenaston of Jacksonville -

Freeman, born June :5, 1904, L Kilbourne and Mrs. Edith woman that knelt at His feet and Mary Esther, visited ,
weighing :S lb. 4 oz. Burlison entertained with a linen when He was dying on the cross. friends here on Sunday. .

Maternal grandparents are Mr. shower honoring Mrs. Richard The pioneer woman toiled side Richard Mason is in Pensacola, . ru>. Jo Bearden .

and Mrs. John Dorsey of DeFun- Strickland a recent bride, the by side with her husband, tillingthe to spend two weeks with his ..
iak Springs. Paternal grandparents former Miss Peggy Bates soil to build our nation. There grandmother. .
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Boze- isn't a man that has risen to fame
The party room, was most attractive Christine "Burgess" Cadle
man, Sr. of Charleston, S. C. with beautiful arrange- that: a woman wasn't by his side I CUSTOM CROP SPRAYING *i. -
to and cheer him along.Today's .
urge and combindlng. Grass
ments of pink and blue hy- seeds,
drangeas. Clover contests were woman works in any area clover, etc. TE 6-2546, Ponce de
that a man works, it doesn't mat- I Leon, Fla. '
enjoyed with Mrs. Dick Saltsman, it. FREE PARKING AIR CONDITIONED1How
ter the sex as long as the job \Nil' LOAN CARPET _La......
Mrs. Jack Morris and Miss Sim
'- rtMOMq t Kilbourne winning the prizes. is accomplished. \P Et no cost with purchaseof
To the traveler of foreign I
Mrs. Strickland then opened and weary Blue Lustre shampoo. Fisher
lands, a woman stands as Hardware Co.
displayed the many lovely RiftsThe
hostesses served delicious I the stutue of Liberty to welcome,I
all to America. WIth-
new comers
punch pound cake and open -
out Mrs. Lady Bird Johnson,
faced sandwiches. They were assisted -
J. V. LAWSON. OWNER think, what President Johnson'slife
in serving by Sim Kilbourne -
o would be like the
even as
Betty Strickland, Rita Strick-
of the United States.
WED.TIIURS.FRI.DOUBLE land and Julia Strickland. president
FEATURE The today's woman, displays '
Others enjoying this delightful .
courage, leadership, ambition and
affairs were: Mrs. Russell Strick
which leads to worth-
land, Miss Helen Strickland, Miss citieznship [_
while culture and in all
reverence
Ann McKinney, Mrs. Betty Morgan -
walks of life.
Mrs. Evie Saltsman and .
It Is true leadership and cour- .
F'S y
Mrs.
Granddaughter Qay Godwin, X89
dad i
'bq a
is withoutthe
Leonard Bailey, Mrs. Clara Dell age important, but.
TOMYRANDAU.TOEUVIJ < Cuchlns Mrs. Lucille Beck,"Mrs. ,safe guard of religious ualii-

D11'rER Mamie Hatch and little Miss Joy ties the women of today couldn'tcarry
_'=:5DJ.o; .-, Saltsman. the banner of long suffering -
-PLUS- hard work and faith un-told.
Those sending gifts but unableto The qualities make her life a

GARY GRANT .TONY CURTIS attend were: Mrs. Steve Bar- kind to be fulfilled.-Mrs. Dele-
Mrs. Eunice Holley, Mrs.
: rett.
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OPERATION 1 fi PETTICOAT Beck, Mrs. Glenn Breeland, Mrs. gal. ay'r .eA

s raneaseaeastAIINUIOIONNELL Ike Morgan, Mrs. Martha\. Jones, Mrs. Callie Wambles will leave I f ::1
Mrs. Gracie White, Mrs. Gracie
Friday for Nashville
.a' + eoeoR Tenn., to
Coleman Mrs. Albert Butler, Mrs. I
!
spend a few days with her son
Levie McKinney, Mrs. Gene In- '
and daughter,. Adolph and Charla
finger, Mrs.! Muriel Evans Miss Wambles. I la .
Barbara Evans Mrs. Eunice I
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Mrs.
SATURDAYDOUBLE John Dorsey returned
FEATURE Strickland Mrs. Hartford Morgan Sunday night following a two!t
Mrs. George Morgan Mrs. Alfred
weeks vacation with her daughter,i
KING KONGVS Barrett, Mrs. Edd V/alline. Mrs
and family Dr. and Mrs. Freeman
Johnnie Zicl, Mrs. Van Butler,
Bozeman at Myrtle Beach S. C.
Mrs. Robert Infinger and Mrs.
L
Mrs. Maurice Roberts and children -
Bill Toole.
GORILLASUN.MON.TUES. I accompanied by Mr. Rob-
ert's mother enjoyed a ten day
Mr. and Mrs. Dell Morris and j
vacation in the mountains of ji
i i
their
grandson have returned to jI
Virginia and North Carolina.
Laurel. Miss. home after a delightful is I
visiting relatives and friends.
vacation spent at theirPt.
Washington home where they They visited Hargrave Military
Academy and met many of the do things look '
enjoyed the fishing.
11 faculty and staff members where .
Col. and Mrs. Harold W. _
X-t.
_
: Sonny has been accepted as a
Bailer and children Gill and ;
student for the winter
Robin are the huuseguests of her

i mother Bailers, have:Mrs. Evie just returned Saltsman.froma The home ville They, N.attended by C.Mr.. and Maurice a was wedding at tenn.1 At Lansing Smith Steam Plant?

of in Formosa where
tour
duty
Mr. C. F. Bosenberg, Mrs.
Robin born last fall.
their son was
Hicks Miss Ruth Bosenberg, Miss
We welcome them. back to the
Ann Henderson and Mrs. Ruth i
States Coson attended the wedding of For mffnf(it was visible only from the air. But today tion of several miles of steel piping! and tube for the plant' I I

-PLUS- Mrs. B. B. Murray and Nancy Mr.Fields Paul in Thomas Orlando to Friday Miss night.Betty the striking profile' of our new power plant may clearly be boiler.All in all,it's a real picture of progresal l
'
TONY CUf lS JANET UIG1feroaew McCall Mrs. Burton accompanied Murray by and Mr.Burton and Mr. Thomas worked in the First seen from Hathaway Bride and many other points around When the first unit goat"on the line"about a year from

JI"? [c. 'C l Murray, Jr., of Pensacola, are enjoying tional Baptist Director.Church here as Educa-I the broad. reach of North Bay.;near Panama City.And the now it will add 12 ,OOO kilowatt to Gulf Power'enerat-

1\lrIHl\1} ] a vacation in New York Dr. Curtis Simmons and familyof work.........aloe*Jest flmel capadty.jCthat's( '. more than we had in the entire com.

\ Kilgore Tex. his
are visiting
City.Mr. that wfll house the big boiler and In 1952)). Two later, in the of 1967.aecond
and Mrs. A. G. Campbell, sister, Mrs. M. O. Warren, Sr. The steel structure: pany years summa ,a

Jr., and family are enjoying a this week. f........ap-and so Is the 200-foot I high stack. unit,rated at 189,000,kilowatts,win go Into service,
I vacation at the Gulf. Mr. Phil Harris spent several
Mr. and Mrs. Grey Wilson and days in Pensacola this week on At the left fa the picture above,Is the steel skeleton of bringing tb.system's total capacity to 430.009 kilowatts
A MAN WHO LEADS A DOG'S UFE.. Misses Carolyn Wilson and Vicki business. |

A DOG WHO IMPS A MAN'S UFEI Jennings have returned from a Mr. C. H. Morris spent last I I a eoaWraahiac tower and a conveyor system that can deTOlether with our two existing plant- Crist,near Penaacola. .

trip to St. Petersburg. I week in Laurel, Miss., with Mr. liver over 80O tons. of fuel an hour Into the balls-a xnam- .and Scholc, on tl.e Apalachicola: river-tbia new
pristine Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tappan and Mrs. R. B. Warren. ,
on I moth tea-kettle"10 stories high. ... station will enable u* to supply aU the electric: power a
I returned home after spending Mr. and Mrs. W. Wl Walters!

Cmtls aufin nnadOonder three weeks In Quincy and Bainbridge spent Sunday in Geneva. Ala.J Every day.'heary machinery.motors,fans circuit growing Northwest Florida' will ever teed. .with dependability .
Ga. They were guests of with friends and relatives.

Mr. and Mr. W. B. Tappan in Mr. and Mrs. 'F. E. Trammell I bri>hsfee. "c..ysheingdeavered to the plant> and before and at lowest practicable cost!
Quincy and Mr. and Mrs. D. R. end daughter Susan of Port St.
the ere tb 1swork' c.rp.ct.d to start en the 1 staDa-
King in Balnbridge. Joe visited the Tom Andrews on

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Milllgan Sunday of this week.
spent the weekend in Dentin at Mrs; M. O. Warren and Karen

the Holiday Inn. and Curtis'returned Monday from 4. GULF pO7VR COMP.EIIVY
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kelley a visit to the World's Fair. ..'
fula and daughter, Terri returned to :Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Withey
the of Northwest FloridaT
9
COLOR Gainesville Saturday after a ten and children of Panama City, Powering progress ir
a tawa+d air day vacation visiting here, Ft. were Sunday guest of the Alex

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DATE NAME: or g CAIN........CUAGESNAT' l1METOP' "y, I News of Walton for U. S. Air Force office ri--;
1942 ARRE.Tl.,0McDanlel. DATE: .or.1I'aJAL' D..POs.r.ON OF CAM The sergeant a graduate of
Oct. :3 Maxln McCrory Men In Service Enterprise High School attendedthe
IIIQ W F A-19 PHPCaswell. No Valid DMvsn Lios6.. 5-12.81 Subject has V. D. L. University of Maryland's Far

Mar. 2vt 8. Mcoonnlck William W. Richardson sea- East Division in Naples Italy
Dep. SkeclU DL.ord.rly
M A-T Conduct 3-2O-M Cue dismissed.
Aue. Vlola K1lp.trlck man, USN son of James E. Rich- during his off duty hours.
12w Alford. Dep. Sheriff Dlapoa1nc of Propert under l.a 5.22.64 Restitution made 2540 es* paid ardson of Route 2, is participating His wife, Betty is the daughter -
23 Ir. Owen Miller of Mr. and Mrs. William E.
W M A-ea Pfelffer. PUP No Valid Driven Llce_ e-Is-H Subject ha VDL aboard the Navy submarine rescue -
8.pt. 1 Shirley L.ucm. Alford ship USS Chanticleer In a Bane of Rt. 1.
W F A-19 Alford Dep. Sheriff Reckless Driving WIlful ds Wgn6.p 5-20. $2500 or 30 day.
11 Austin combined sea-assault and airborne -
Jones 3 dG 'R1
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R.s re.. D.p 8herif2OwolM' Drunk 5-23.64 82500 or 30 day combat training exercise call- Airman First Class Jimmie F.
1.10Bl..Jy
.;.-701.a1rd.E. 1s n1.I. PH P No Valid Driven L/o.n. 5-22.64 2500 or 30 day*. ed "LJetas" May 12 to June 10 Stewart, son of Mrs. Minnie M.

A-33 Hammond McDanlel. FlIP No Valid Driven Lloena. 5-27' Not Guilty subject ha Bwlpased under the direction of the South- Stewart of Mossy Head has arrived
22 Dolores Cotton license case eloaed. East Asia Treaty Organization for duty with the U. S. Air
w p A-15 Miles. Const.McDanlel. N. D. L. 5.19-64 Not guilty case baAd&ad.1D Juvenile
Oct. UW Shirley L. Altord court (SEATO) in the Philippines. Force in Europe unit at Spang-
13wMlldr.q 95lartin FHPMcDanlel. unlawful Speed a-ao-H 2500 or 30 da,.. "LJgtas", meaning "Saved" or dahlem All Germany.

1963W F A-52 FlIP Public Drunk__ 5.19.64 Nol Pros Rescued" In the Philippine Airman Stewart, a munitions
language, Is being sponsored by specialist! prevlosuly served at
Oct. 14 Floyd<< Melvin Penn Pfeiffer Pup the United States and hosted Eglin AFB. Fin Ills new unit
w M A-46 Improper 56-631 from parked potlasa I-U' Mol Pros. by
No*. 0 the Republic of the Philippines. supports the USAFE mission of
P wIA-ATdam. Caswell. Dep. SnwtttRichardson. Driving on wrong -.-. -edr4pk1.5 5-1.... D. L. suspended IS 4))***_ All member nations are participating providing the major air contribution -

M:fb.ro'l.f'dkin.on Dep. Sheriff Drunk 5-..... 825.OO cash bond .... ; in the exercise which Is for defense of the. NATO

0 W William M A-59 L. Clark McDanlel. FRPMcDanlel. Driving on wrong 516. 5-23-64 Not guilty Not pro*. part of a SEATO general counter- countries. of
lfwol e. ubert Lowland offensive to be used if an "en- The airman is a graduate
? A_37 FHPMcDanlel Driving 'WbU. tntoala6.4 .5.33.64 $6000 or 30 day emy" should Invade South-East Walton High School. His wife,
1 VSTSUr Pourt FHPRenpress without ( 1-12.44' Shelda Is the daughter of R. E.
Driving lights Mol Pro. Asia and gain control. The exercise -
17 Joe G. Redmon will test the effectiveness of Harrison.
22 Kenneth W. Mauldln. Drp. Sheriff W. C. BubJ. mad rest 3Sjv *fjs iMpAJMsV. :
W M A-29 Bowden, FHP 'J'C 51.151P0 ... Mot guilty subjsot baVld| tom, the SEATO forces to assault and
23 ** Edward ParrIah regain control of areas behind the"enemy" I 2-Lt. Lloyd H HI note, son of
;? Gainer FHPSanders.
NVDL 5-u-et Not guilty subject has rajftlldlicense MPer9
advance. Mr. and Mrs. L.. A. Hinote, Is
2.wAI"anAbUl'J' Wlliingham FRPCaswell. Ixpb'ecl: Tag ,a-Is-H Subject baa purchased case eloeed.4.a.. presently stationed at Duncan-

ene. B W W.M D A-35 pickeron Dep. Sheriff Disorderly cone!. a-2s-et 2500 or 30 day. Billy M. Jones son of Mr. and ville AFD near Dallas, Tex. He

12 Tommy Oray Mrs. Sam Jones of Rt 1, Enterprise is the assistant operations officerat
W M AIB --> Caswell. Dep. Sheriff Passing a Stop school au. while 8.3364uaIoadlr Not guilty Nol pro*. the Army Air Defense Com-
has been promoted to tech-
Siness Preston l ch lldr a ,
W AC A-82 WUkenon McDanlel. FRPRespres Improper Turn 5.644 Case dismissed. nical sergeant in the U. S. Air manad Post (AADEP) of 4th

2B Macon Jones *, Dep. Sheriff Force at Maxwell AFB Missle Dn-526D Artillery. It's
W Petit Larceny 8-23-64 Case ,
1064Jan. M A-30 dropped on psp .ant of IIWo> Sergeant Jones Is an administrative mission is the Air Defense of tho

8 Lloyd Osvlne Pfeiffer PRP" supervisor in unit that Dallas Fort Worth area, utilizing
w M A-T53 Improper lane changing a-lO-M Not guilty Nol proa. a Ajax missiles.
LB Monte R Ar1o1s supports the Air University mission -
Pfeiffer PHPUwA'reI2f1&ene Improper Driven Lloense 1-9-64 Case closed subject Lt and Mrs. Hinote
W M A-42 ... puressgpsj of conducting the profes- and Lloyd
; Rents Pfeiffer I"BPlfwo:35S. ? Improper Driven Llc. 1-12- r Subject ha purchased V. D. L. sional military education program Jr. Jive in Dallas.

: Matthews McDaniel. PHI' Improper Driven Lie.' 81364Drunk Subject ha. 'VDL

14 Ruby Lee Inflnser R.apre.L Dep. Shenn19wE 5-23-
w F A_T 2300 or 30 days -

M eal_owen Csswell Dep. Sberltf Drunk 8-23-64 2300 or 30 da).. e

Feb. 2 Leon Percy c-eu, Dep. SheritlI Drunk 1-23. 2500 or 30 day. UP TO THE
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Johnnie Ray Jones PHI' N D L 52364Allowing w M A20a II
Lot. Paya W11son KBpetttok Flit .n unautbCJrisecl minor 1-12. 2500 or 30 days. 111 @th
w F A37B to Dri. ,
8t eaAGUmore. Pfeiffer. P1B Improper DrI..... x.s.e-.e. 11-..... Subject has VDL

John i3 Taylor KBpatrtok PI'rP' ViolatIon of Restriction 1I-2O-H Subject ha broken glee***.
W M (Olas.es, ) case closed liy M. -Buddy" Warren
9 Kenneth Eugene tnnnirer Pfeiffer FlIP Improper Tag 1-23-8. Not guilty subject purchased proper
w M A UI tag cane closed.
10 Edwerd 42McCaU Par.. Plpptn FBP Driving wbU. Intoxicated ., 1-22. 3500 or 30 days. SAVINGSEARN 1
W M If you're just sitting around
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11 w Arthur M A-IS 11.7 ..... Ptplff" Pit? Ran Stop Sign 1-1-84 D. L. suspended IS day. with nothing better to do, you

10MPeb. might dream up a cure for
1SC Mary M A-44 Doyle Cruse PfeIffer. FlIP Improper Passing 1-22-84 25.00 or 30 day. the common cold. Though nota

ISC John wallace Manning Baldwin Dep. Sheriff A M B t. 123Dlao. -" 2500 or 30 day. killing disease the cold

21 Thomal WorreU Re.pr. Dep. Sheriff .. concl. ..,. 5.2764S Not guilty dismissed ra r asset 4* causes more discomfort and
W M A- r A d "". prosecution wltnas. annoyance to more people FROM THElist
2SwI.o M leA-Opal Adams 1t1lpatrlck. FBP N. V. D. L. 5.19.64Vlo. Not guilty Bubjeet purchased VDL. and racks up a greater economic -

24 Henry Kirk IUehboUl' prplffer. PUP Restrictions R. V. Mirror 5-23-84 Not guilty Not pro lose than any disease
w M A4827wLou that to mind.
la Brannon Richardson. De. BBerffMar. Assault 6 Battery. 123.64Onlawful Not guilty not pro*. comes
Colds are caused by an
., S John Paul .7on. Pf.lff r. Pit Speed 11-.2-84 Nol Pro. elusive virus; women catch
w M: A45B
Csr1 Frank Booker Pfeiffer FlIP Violations ot Restriction of Irl.- 1-.1- $23.00 cash bond eet. them more often than men GET YOURS IN NOW
w M A20Is and age apparently has little FOB A
FULL
J B.rlow Cs.well 11.9. Sheriff Improper Tag 1-21-84 825.00 cash bond est. MONTH
W ohAnWilliam- H effect, at least between the OF OUR
19W1111.m Kemper Jennings Vinson I"HP" ? unlawful Speed 11-1-84 D. L. suspended IS day. teens and forty. A sneeze bya IUGU.RETURNs..

2. O.W C.M Inflnller A-20 Pfelffer I"HP" ? Inadequate Brait. 1-20-84 Not guilty oas closed Subject. hfdbrakes I cold sufferer will fill the lJ
W M A-51 work on and Add Upkked o\p. air in a room with countless %
2. O. C. Inttncer Pfeiffer PRP" Driving on the wrong side. drinking 1-20-84 $230O or 30 days.
thousands of floating dropletsthat
PER
W M A-58 ANNUM
21 Joe Davenport Saltrrlan CoD8t.C Driving on wrong side '. 1-23' 3300 or 30 day. will not totally disperse

M A-SO off upwards of an hour. First FederalSavings

It takes Just a small frac-

.. M.1.. 32 Bert J. Colvin S.lt.man. Conat. .. Reckless: prtYinlr -1-84 .. _' D. L. suspended IS day. tion of an hour, however, to
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22 NoUn Bryan PfeIffer. FlIP -' _nw. Piled to bare "btete -under oontroll'..' ..-1-84 = --D:!'L.:' suspended IS 'days. get your prescriptions filled & Loan
A-Dewitt ;
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W M ,-' .. at Service Drug Company
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2' Raymond Thomaa Dickey McGuire. FlIP Defects Squlpmnt 6.184 Subject has had light.s....msd. Nelson Phone
W M A-31 descriptions of any nature are
Apr. 1 William L. W.ld.n Pfeiffer. FlIP No Valid Driven License 1-2'-8. 230O cash bond Bst. filled quickly and accuratelyat Av. TV12321
W M A-34
I Wayne Estl. Adama C.awll Dep. Sheriff No Valid Drivers License 1-11-8. Subject purchased valid driver Service Drug Company.This err.viNMI.
W M A-22 ,. case closed.
4 J. D. Stroud. Jr. Pfeiffer FlIP Driving' while intoxicated 1--84 fr82 50 or 30 day week's household hint
W M A-33 :
6 John William Burton Pfeiffer FlIP Improper Tag 52544NVDL 2SOO cash bond est. You can remove spots from
-p-
r Done M A-16 M. Turner .i Pfelffer FlIP '-22-" Not guilty subject ha* VDL black patent leather with o .
WPA-24 solution of vinegar in water
U Ernest Lamar Oottoa''".. VI_. PE P Felled to have .ehlel! under eeetroll\ -8-4 D L. suspended 10 day.
W M A-1B13Jessie
Y (only) AdevhA6 FarrIor. PHP.2wvl1 N V D L 1-21' Subject ha VDL Case dUsaJsssrt.Subject .
'
Kirkland KUpatrlck FlIP hbllc Dknees 1-20-8. In State Kosp. Case diiased

11 w Norm.M A-70 Carter C.bOurn. Kilpatrick FlIP No Valid Driven U- 116.64NVDL Case dI nia.ed.

W F A-22 Flttcrat' ptelffK FBPI' 8.154 $2500 cash bond ....
.5 Alan Eton

W George as A-31 Waahiagto5 Jo..B ItUpatr1ck. FlIP Imp. Dr. Llo. .-. 82500 or 30 day. FOR SALEModern

W M A-21

= 19 D. RabtlsawJ R.aprew. Dep. Sh.ritl Dk. 5.18.61N 82500 or 30 daW"Cue

1.W Robert-'Port Baker McGuIre. PBP D L 1-8-41. dismissed subjsu* barn VDL'

..WMu-bton Smltla Pfeltfer. FBPI.Wx.t Imp. Tag 1-8-84 Cue dismissed. Subject.11Ba pejrehsssd 2 Bedroom Home and 12.5

A-D R. IfI.Z Pfeiffer, FlIP NVDL I-If- Subject ha. VDL. Case ...*<. Acres of Land on Pretty Pond 6

20 W Joann M A-O:dame 8.uncl.r JLI1... eonat. Driving on wronlr ride toed "tDrTukat) : 5.164NVDL .. 63300 cash bond est.

21 Berry: L. Weston McGuire. FlIP 1-11' Case dismissed. Subject ha VDL. Miles from DcFuniak near Lake

ChhesterT McGuire. PBP Defective Equipment I-If. Subject ha* equipment Case closed.
21 Douglas JIII.mtq Juniper, 2 Baths, Built in Stove and
W M 2-12 KIlpawtck. PBP Imp. Dr. U-- 5.4-64 Subject ha 'VDL. Case slp.d.<
IfUI Daniel Arthur ,
W )4 A-42 Caaw.U Dep. Sheriff V. S. 5-18.64 8354)0) cash bond .... Oven. ...._
... 2. Cec11 H. W.a1ker
2.WL.U1-2: r Salt nBn. Oonat.2SWD Unlawful Speed 5.164 633-00 cash bond est.

M. 1.A-l Boon Rlchatd.on Dep. Sheri Drunk: / 5.164 82500 .cash bond est. PRICE '$17,500.00

210 Mary M AHnu lUcbardeon. Dep. B1xseKf Drunk 5.1164N 825.00 or 30 day.

250Hrr: :- eroe KIlpawtck. JI'1IPArl V D L 5.16.44r 825.00 cash bond jst.82S40 CONTACT TROY L. SIMMONS

35w accld.nt 5.184 ClUb .
V1nec5, RIP Failed to report boadip.1.
26 Richard HoDand R. UNDERWOOD REALTORP.
14 A-2.
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11M Holland ::1 Vlasoo JI'IIP Tailed to have .btc1e under _VOl. 5.18.64D 82500 bash bond?pl. 0 .BOX 509

Apr.2'WR M b.1.Arlao: Caswell Dep. Sheriff W. J. ...1..... 615000 cs h825XW bortd.gx .
2. Rudolph Hand DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDACOMET
= -'I -:aGambl.. C..eu, Dep. Sheriff Drunk ..11.... cash bond est.628XX .

M A-39 R'.p.. Sheriff Drunk 1-1.... ) cash bond eat.Case .
. 2'7WJI'. B. Orantham
Pf.ltt.r. JI'IIP No Driven LI. e. / 5.6.64 dUmtaMd. .*ubct' .....
;n Paul
Wayas p3960016 _
M A-is Pf.lft.r, PEP Improper Tee I--If J3.00 cash bond .... u. '
2'7W
Prescottw
Paul WNae
M A-SO KIlpatrick. PRMB Improper Passing ........ 62500 cash poop ...t. .

? 1 wBs 14 A-31 KoeDIDIr Andersen. Sh..u ataak 4'f"r' ' '1. 5.2.64 2500 or 30 days..
101. .. DavtsM
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2
.t-U. itespr.as, Dept. liberti'S Drunk 5.16.64 82500 >cash bond .*..
2 u.ntord
w M A-3S Reapreee. Dept. Sheriff DWord.rlw conduct 5.16-44 625XM cash bond.est.aAOAO .

Robert M A-Ii OopelandO Rsspr..6. Dept. SheriffS Reckless diaptq-.f. Iessres i 5.1664 cub Jbond ....
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:3 O udWi A 2 nCk Ret1p1'N8. Dep," Sheriff W. O. ... 5.16.44 623.00 cash bond ..L

Leon BoneSw .11 5.2764NVDL 823.OO ah bond s6..
M A : C [I1ps/rMk.: Pit Unlawful Sped ::
; CbnaB .
B O rlthlrley Jalpatr1ck. JI'1IP : 5.6.64 "20.00 or .30 day.
CGln: AuatoD Awre7

W M A-3.... _.
RUpatrhk. PBP Speed to Brat for .ondtticss 5-27' 623.bo csu pond est.
: PouDtaIa
6 Hubert
Tu W J4 A-2'r BalUaSxera. 00-- Drunk i Disorderly .e.G4 635.00 or 30 .,.. !' ww OR
7 CI".rl.. 00U1D8
7 rt'rraok11D QautbJer ClUWen. Dep. Sheriff Drunk 5-11' 82500 or 30 day. o uRaerj8B1

7 w Ruby M A-St p. .... McGuire. JI'1IP NDL 6.27.64NVDL 62500 cash bond .... CHAMPION

ItUpatr1ck. PRP ". tw \ 5-12-84 Subject ha '
VDL.
WW.r.i 53.J. Cummings Case closed.
M A-36 ....u. Griffin. PRPW Unlawful Speed 5.13.64OpentLISsi 625.00 or 3O day >
Od6a
B 1 Cuss P A-5 Orltt1D. PRP _hi.. without Drir.n 5.1944Cp6Q Not guilty subject ha purchased VDL -..
O. Q. hlorrla
J W U A-S3eland c.- Grltf1D. P! ... ?m motor lleeaee.cb1ela Without 1-15.64 25.00 or 30 days.

9 Zt.vte.Jan.tto-Wfnford iD .Joeee 0IM'bI.' -'flip Unlawful Speed -II-Of 2500 or 30 day.*. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FAST CREDIT EASY TEARMS!

9 1 M A-30mbu 2.8. Xllpatr1ck. pEt Improper Drivers Uo. Out 01 State 1I-11-e4' 825X10 cash bond ....

I 9 9 ttLA-II8 Raymond Edward JaIMIa ....... 0DaM. ._ '. Driving fDrlnklDaPubllo on wrong) ald. of road I-I'-Of 83508 CUb bond .... CREEL FORD CO. INC.

lOW u Gcodwla Knpaertok. P? .... Dunkeno.ss 11-11. ... 83300 or :30 day*. .

lOW cu M A Ocodwta 3. KUpetrlclr. PUP Dumping trash -'..... 5-U. I a.OperatIDc I 85000 or M **... DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDAi5

L.MISAD.an11: Oriffin. :TIP YebIcI. w-. D.. Uo. ..Jo .11-e4 .Z. Not jrurny. Subject he* VDL, Case
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'.. F... 50 Pairs Ladies Hose ..- -.. "
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':: SUMMER TO BE GIVEN AWAY I Swim, Suits i
"I. SHOE S $1.39 VALUE .

t. 1-2. Price .a To The First: 50 Ladies :. 1 1-2: .i

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......... DRESSES AND 5.00 to 7.50 SUMMER AND _.... w._
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SPORTSWEAR ONLY$3.00 WINTER DRESSES '

.....S S..1-1.. PRICE GOWNS 1.1 OFF .....S.i.

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110ff WHITE .-
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UP TO$29.95 1-2 PRICE ONE GROUP 1-2 PRICE
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GIRLS DRESSES
...... BATHING SUITS SPORTSWEAR .
... ... 1-1 TO 1-3 OFF 1-3 OFF 1-3 OFF .....5f... '
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: R G- K I HATS JEWELRY ROBES. SHORTS PANTS

: DRESSES 1-1,OFF 1-1 PRICE 1-3 OFF PEDAL PUSHERS )
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VOLUME ?PUBLISHED EVERY T1IUIISDAY DeF1INLUC sPRINGS FLORIDA .-- __._ THURSDAY, JUNE 25,.i9&& .

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LEGAL NOTICES MM
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FOR HEALTH, FUN :AN! ECONOMY : ..
.t1r.! ..N.Insurance attlp O4
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1Ni A1SD CT.i .1 -- - - -.- RiDE A BII!
ft.0IUDA. FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND
IN "I saute ofCECU Paul Whit.
Dr.
MA. deo.as d Agency by Dudley
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140T1cg cltaD1TD.SYon Famed Heart Specialist
andh * you aN feereb; PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's

nouned end demands required wblota present you nor. FOR Some of the happiest days of my life have been spent riding a
or
either e1aUDa of you Have against tb. bicyele. It has kept me young in mind and body. As a i'..4 J.;..auI
U.ml
0Waltone OlBOn. deceased have recommended cycling to many of my patients as a way or
"Tie off County county. Florida COunty.Florida. to MARINE A CASUALTY keeping fit,_provided their condition is suitable) for that exercise
t.h. at his olflcS Win the and provided they can )'cJe,4,4
hour In Walton COunty. Tlorida safely. I advise bicycling for
wttbin a1S ((8)) calendar months from BONDS a AUTOMOBILE. a FIRE healthy people) to help keep them
of
Sis date DOUEaeh ot the first claim publication or demand healthy. For our nation. I knowof Rexall

...,it bVln wrttinc and must state no better activity than the DrugsCosmetics
of residence :unru office INSURANCr two-wheeler for all around
Wdr.aa! trim th. rtaSxint.: hte agent be health pleasure and economy.That' .
..worD0 b7
why I'm pleased to
attornq1 01' th. same will become
01' First National Bank serve as the 1964 Chairman of
'tSd00tSu1tn0 JSTof: June A. D. American Bike Month\ dedicated a

**. Mayo C Johnston. to the welfare of our coun-
Attorney for Administrators try's bike riders. The test for
Davenport. Johnston Harris cycling shows steady growth.
and Urquhart; Today America has more than
Attorney for Administrators SO million bicycles in action-
Fourth Street
panama City. Florida Eaton Real Estate & pedalled by youngsters and Gifts All Occassion Cards
ft.-Jun. 11.18, 5JulyaNOTICE: adults, and, in many cases by
entire family groups.

Notice Is hereby given that pursuant We live in a highly mecha- Dr. While
Florida Statutes 1081 Insurance Agency nized age, which tends to reduce Phone TW 4-2281
tthhe folplo wlnaowill n June M.
human activity. The bicycle with American Bike Month throughout -
the Circuit
Clerk of
Court register of with.Walton the County. Florida, th. its aelf. ropelUnlr. body-building May sponsored by a responsible -
fictitious name of Walton County AUTOMOBILE FIRE power, helps offset the harm ofactivity. ) minded industry has
Bureau said fictitious name The government's become an important annual DdFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA
being the.name under which the INSURANCEBONDS physical program recognizes event. It spurs bicycle festivi-
sole carry: need
log on business In the Staten of Florida the for recreation. ties and activities throughoutthe
the -principal place of business Communities, increasinglyaware country. During May special I a
located iD Ronald go. Fick.ttItJun. of the problem, are build. safety parades bike games,
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425NOTICE represent STROUT ---- -- - -- -
make it safer and easier for cyclists celebrations will be held in hundreds .
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OF SHERIFF'S BALK: REALTYIn to get to work schools, of cities. I'hope you will .
Notice is hereby Anderson...1'9en.dat Sheriff of I. Howxd Wal. shopping areas and outside city participate in them and enjoy

ton "Andy"County.: Florida by virtue of an Real Estate since 1900 I limits to enjoy nature's wonders. their benefits.
execution Issued from the Circuit
Court of Walton County on t erein ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

pending 1064 In was those In which Plaintiff certsln Rlvard and causes O.Chevrolet D. WU- New Location Separate of sealed a firs bids house for for the the construction City:- r ..I..*.... ;/ WORK FIX-IT WONDIRStIDRAGON"

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Lake Stanley of Freeport Florida will be received
iiamaand Williams were defendants -
Margaret with this
and have levied on and by Gene rIC.t the Murphy Ol) AMAZING NEW
Corporation
will sell at public auction to the high- DeFuniak Springs Fla. until 7 30 P.M.. June Freeport.24 1964 Florida and PLASTIC TREATED FABRIC
cash In frontof
best bidder for HALF
eat and
then
at said
the court house door In DeFunlak read aloud.office be publicly openedand I HEDGE TRIMMER

Springs. Florida during legal hours TW 6-4441 The plans and specifications for OU' D.
11164.tb. following e fixed" ell
of sale on July 13. said building may be examined and position bend ,
described property. to wit: copies made available. to Interestedparties e lightweight h
On. 19<<10. 0 cylinder Chevrolet Pickup at said office SIZES e 1JV4* hsrdened MetfeExclusive _"atc
Truck. Model No.OR144k Kl+94 Manufacturer's The City: of Freeport reserves the handy
11385S .
Serial N* right.0 waive
informalities of
any: .
hsndle
design !
gives firm nature
Bill of Bale at :;'OCI.A of purchaser tv reject any or all bids
Anderson I City Council of to grip balanced control 'In all positions. I
Sheriff. Walton County4t Freeport. Florida Twlc.Interlock tooth design for even cutting .C. ",
: ,J ne'18. 28. July 9, e 2t-June IB. 75Ornamental -no slips. Ssves hours ef time, gives M
TO CREDITORS makeyou neater look to shrubs end hedges. JI '
NOTICE $24.95
FLORIDA STATUTES Saves Me A Lot of
lit the Court .ef the County Judge,

Walton In County. ..Florida Money, Too! Ironwork I
In ..: Bstate of
Charles Edward Netaon. Decea..d. Shop Located At GaskinAll look I

To All Creditors and Persons Having Why not save some of HEN! PS30 P* I
Claims er Demands Against Said
twice
Estate You: and each of you are hereby your hard-earned dollars ..... 'TALL-OUT"t

notified and required to present any with a policy on your PRUNING SHEARS
claims and demands which you 01 i as
either of you. may have against the home that covers fire dtaaaabLaw
estate of Charles Edward Nelson deceased .
; late of said County, to ths theft liability windstorm lovely I ..
County Judge of Walton County. Florida and many other rni COMpuYI
at his office In the court hour G K11
of said County at DeFunlak Springs. t risks. Not the slightest ... ., .
Florida, within six calendar months PLASTICLOCK -
from the tine of the first publication :obligation in giving us a Power bite pruning shear : 'bite,. $1
of this notice. Two copies of each :
claim or demand shall be In writing GOFF'SReadyToWear for clean cutting with less .
and shall state the place of residence effort. Handy _ Q
of the claimant
and post office address
and shall be sworn to by the claimant Harris .Insurance thumb lock. >.&" WASHER I + '
his agent or bis attorney and accompanied -
by.a mine fee of one
dollar and such claim or demand not Work Ouaranteed Repairs Lar. Notes. a.....
so filed shall. be void., Agency' and Rusted O..9 Assess

d-* AS Clarence.A< a..I8 Arthur__.'of Nelson- the .7 Campbell WeldingRt. (Open Thursday P.M.) .. e Adheres T. Metal, Weed.Rubber .
... "W Canvas
. .. 1M
Estate-,of Charles Edward :* "* I. ., I
deceased.By TW 6-2451 e Never MuMs, ....:or
f
Clyde B ron": 3, Bexr143, OePunlak Springs Deteriorates. I
Attorneys Thompson at-des Law Wells .DeFnniak Springs! Fla. Florida Phone Floral. 4.le. TW C52210- N. 8th St. I 5 IT BANNER TAP! e Can Painted s. Sand Papered .... I

First DeFunlak publication Springs.June Florida 18. 19644tJune Na teel.>.heat or flam*
IB, 25, July 2. B I For accurate;; /
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