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: July 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028316
Volume ID: VID00235
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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Scheduled_ For Sun.-July 5 Close- Sat. July 4 Aside For A State Park ..



Busbee ManslaughterTrial The local Civic Air Patrol unit The following businesses will Robert L. Seigler

announced today final plans have close all day Saturday July 4:
Postponed To been made for the air show and Builders Supply; Copeland Made 2nd LieutenantMajor -

Barbecue by the Walton county Construction City Finance. Rhodes Walton Summer Activity The state cabinet Tuesday auth-
Court I
Fall Term of orized
Saddle Club. Jewelry Prescott Plumbing General Henry W. )rac- a large tract of land frontIng -
... i on the Gulf of
Mexico in
The fe Heating Rivard Chevrolet Millan: the Adjutant General of
show will consists of air- I
The manslaughter trial of An- To Good StartThe Walton county to be set aside as
craft displays from Eglin AFB. First National Bank Danley Fur- Florida has announced the appointment Program a state park.
drew J. Busbee Jr., of Pensa- Ft. Rucker and Pensacola Navy. niture R. B. Underwood Realtor, of Robert I* Seigler
cola, set for Monday of this week, Rexall Fisher as a 2nd. Lieutenant in 153rd The land, fractional section 16,
Pharmacy
There will King's ,
be a display of wild-
Program at the Lions Club pool for beginning Township 3
was continued until September 15, Co. DeFuniak Summer Enrichment South Range 1U west,
Cawthon State Engr. Springs Fla.
Service
life from the Eglin Ranger school Drug,
when key witness became ill. got off to a very good start and Intermediate swimmers extends almost up to Gray ton
a
Bank First Federal Savings & following graduation from the 1
that will consists of the edibles ,
with a total of 835 students participating on"Monday, Tuesday Thursday Beach on the west and runs a.,
Circuit Judge Ernest E. Masonpostponed found in our local area. Loan W. O. Campbell, Co.. Inc. Florida National Guard Officers 6,000 md Friday with adult swimmingon mile east over toward Seagrove
approximately
: : the trial for one day The Milton school of Aviation Fisher Hardware, King & Co.. Candidate School at Camp Bland- week. Wednesday of each week. Beach. ,
hours the first
Monday when Deputy Sheriff will put on an acrobatic flying King Hardware Carp's Wise ing on June 28, 1964. Activities in which youngstersmay Swimming classes are In the Western Lake, a fresh water Flake

Gene Owens of Escambia county demonstration using an open Dept. Store, Creel Ford Blue Lt. Seigler, 26, is a 1956 gra- participate are swimming; mornings only as the pool Is not of several hundred acres, is.
became ill on his way to the trial. Motors Caswell Motor, Harris duate of Walton high school entering -
cockpit Ryan Pt 22. activities reading; library; available for instruction in the mostly within the area set aside
Insurance, The Gift Bar. Wire- the in gym ;
1955. He has
A physicians report was presented Any one desiring to see DeFun- Reliable army girl softball; men's softball; minor afternoon. Approximately 140 tor the new park, and this, along
Tuesday morning that he ifak upside down may have the grass Gas Moore Furniture been servin gas acting platoon league baseball age 7-9; pony students registered the first week. with the Gulf Beach, make It one

was unable to attend and Judge opportunity to purchase a ride on Abstract.Beasleys leader of the local company. i league baseball, ages 13-15; Babe Anyone Interested in golf Is of the most desirable areas to

Mason set the trial for the second this. airplane. Miller Shoe Store, Ruth baseball available to all urged to report to the country be found anywhere.It .

day of the fall term of court. There will be parachute Jumpsfor Jerry's Corner. W. 1C Jennings, Local Girl Scouts boys above 15 years of age who club on Mondays, Tuesdays and is probably entirely safe to

the public to witness by some Western Auto Rainbow& Electronic will be back in Walton high school Fridays at 1:30: p.m. for Instrui- say that there J is>> no finer beachin
"' and this will Enjoy Day CampGirl
1 case
hope pray of the best jumpers in the west Galloway Ins. & Real next year; and trips. tion in the fundamentals of golf. the world than this>> nice stretch
not have to be continued again"Judge Florida area. Estate Coastal Amusements, Buddy Supple will be at the clubto along the Gulf of Mexico.
Mason said. Thompson Hlllard Milling Co., Scouts of Mrs. Vivian During the first week the Pony
Air rides will be furnished by assist those Interested in improving The cabinet acted on a request
four
State Attorney Bill Frye asked Milton, who has all commercial West Fla. Farmer Co-oP.. West Clary's troop are enjoying two League baseball team played Graceville their golf score. made by the Hoard of County

the continuance on the ground pilots. Those men are professionals Fla. Gas & Fuel, Veterans Gas. v.ceks of Day Camp at Camp games, winning over two Mike DeShong Is available each Commissioners and the State Department -

that Owens would be "an essential at flying. Wheat Tire Service, Cosson Robins, Eglin Field. The girls are and Bonifay while losing afternoon except Wednesday in of Education.
Babe
witness" and could give Valuable prizes will be givento Body & Upholstery Shop Gulf working on proficiency badges inutdoorcookery games to Crestview The In only the choir room at the gym to This section is one of those

testimony. that was not available those in attendance and any- Appliance Taylor Parts & Supply trail blazing, Ruth team participated defeating work with glee club members Interested that was set aside: out of tho
the week
from any other witness. cne who does not have one of Turner TV & Appliance, rchery, first-aid hiking, palmetto one game during of 80.- in improving their sing townships to bo used for schools

Busbee who is charged with the pamphlets dropped from air- Crown Watch Service, City Tire, weaving, ax-knife care, overnight Bonifay Graceville by a scorn rain- ing. He reports that eight students und It has been held by the. Stcta
with
manslaughter in the death of a planes, may get one by asking Peoples Water Service, Bulger camping and art. A ed game out. was have registered and begun voice Hoard of Education since that

r 14-year-old Pensacola newsboy, any Civil Air Patrol member. Auto Farts Choctawhatchee Elec. The Eglin Rangers demonstratedcare The minor league boys play lessons the first week. time.

Robert Quarrier III on February Co-Op., Loftin's Store. and handling of poisonous Wednesdayfrom Reading Is being taught at This ia the only tract owned by
each morning except
23. 1963 was...tried here before Insect[ Damage Down Quality Store Christo's, New- snakes and as an added attraction 8 to 10 on the baseball field Maude S a u n d e rs elementary the I State: of Florida fronting In

.. County Judge Joe Dan Trotman Says Forest Service man-Carr Jewelry; Co.. Spence the scouts enjoyed a trip to the across from the high school. John school and West End elementary the Gulf of Mexico, and as the \
and charge and was Barber Weather Station. school' with 83 students participating .- shoreline due not
on a hit run Shop Loftin Barber Shop Frank Bludworth, Is, in charge of) > run exactly !

acquitted. Fewer Jlorlda tree were destroyed Davis Barber Shop. Bfeodes Barber ,,"f Girl Scouts.atteodlnjc'camp Bret this.activity and .7'8Je1'ta. 3S.,boy.partlcfpatfb6 in the reading courses. easy. and west, but slightly: from

' He was ordered'tO pay $25,000 by insects this year than Shop, Jungle .Jungle, .PIaf: Elaine* Anderson, Margaret In this program. One hundred sixty-three' students the southeast to the nbrthwest,

damages on the death of the one year ago according to the WIggly. Bludworth. Dona Carter, Jennifer Gym activities include basketball of are registered and makinguse the Gulf Beach measures a little
library facilities at Wal-
newsboy in. a civil: case tried in Florida Forest Service, which has Cawthon, Andrea Cl ry, Valerie Indoor baseball, trambollne, ton The Is more than a mile in length. y;
high. library each
Pensacola.The completed its eighth annual aerial
criminal cases were movedto damage survey. Colored Telephones At 3ippre, Linda Fbrbess Luann weight lifting. Approximately 300 of Mrs. Wilson. County Commission has
not at this time
Walton county on a change of Some 23,000,000 acres of land Greatly Reduced Rates Jones, Marcia Kennedy, Susan! students per day are taking advantage On Wednesday. July 8 a trip is notified of the been officially
action but it is
venue when his attorney. George were covered by aircraft: using Kennedy Laura Lathinghouse, of these activities.The planed to Fort Rucker. A guided known from ?

Phillips, contended he could not special graph recording equip- Southeastern Telephone Com- Judy Potter, Laurie Potter, Bren- softball programs get under tour of the base and its many I by plans that were presented -
totaled pany's request to reduce the Janet Smith Nina this week with four girls County Attorney Paul
get a fair trial in Escambia ment. Pine acreage surveyed da Rltter. way activities have been arranged.
Thompson to tho
about 11,000,000 acres. The monthly rate for telephones in Smith, Cindy Thomason. teams playing Monday night at Military officials at Fort Rucker i' Board that the
county. study showed 20 cent less color has been approved' by the 6:30: and 8:00: o clock. Thursday State is planning to put in a park
Douglas Andrews of this placeis per Mothers participating in camp have requested that no one un- 'I and development of considerable
Florida Public Utilities Commission
damage during the one-year perIod Ander- night will be for men's softball der
associated with Phillips in the activities are: Mrs. Lloyd 10 years of age be broughton magnitude here.Congratulations.
ended in May. than during the according to Mr. J. M. Fain, Bon, Mrs. Nina Bludworth Mrs. with four churches sponsoring the tour.Anyone .

defense. previous 12-month period.In District Commercial Manager.The Betty Copeland Mrs.! Vivian teams. These games will be played not already participating are due to the

The case in county court here Florida counties west of the reduction also applies to Clary. Mrs. A. J. Dippre, Mrs. at '8:30: and 8:00: o'clock) also. who wishes to take in Commission, Attorney Thompson
part and State
was prosecuted by State Attorney .Apalachicola river a marked increase subscribers of the Florida Central Clara Kennedy Mrs. Anna Rit- There will be a time limit of one any of these activities should the Board of Education.
Bill Frye assisted by county prosecuting Telephone Company, Southeastern hour and 15 minutes each re- Including of course, State Super-
In tree mortality was ter, Mrs. Virgil Smith. Mrs. PaulT. on Ester: with the person in chargeof
intendent Thomas D.
who
Paul Thompson.The < Bailey
attorney noted, but C. H. Coulter Florida subsidiary.The Sutton Is the Camp First game. the activity In which they
day following the accidentin State Forester, said the infesta- rate on telephones in color Aid Counselor and Instructor Swimming instruction Is given interested. are has always been a moat helpful

which young Quarrier was tion there was still classed as is being reduced: front 35c to 20c friend to Walton county

klled Busbee phoned authoritiesthat light". Tree mortality due to Insect per month. Reductions for customers -
Check Your Social Street Crew Put Ramps Service
Officer NOTICE
his auto had apparently been activitity: has declined In whose service now Includes

involved in an accident. most other areas of the state. telephones in color will be reflected Security Account now Instead of Street Curbs CrossingsThe At To Be In County The Executive Committee of the
Uptown Graves Baptist Association
will
able to their next bill.
The State was never As in previous years, Ips bark on
Busbee in the car at the caused the In addition to'the permanent not convene on Saturday July 4,
bettles greater
place por- More than a few people, work- city street crew under the Veterans of Walton county who but will convene one week later
scene of the accident in the hit tion of tree mortality. Activity'of rate drop, the installation charge '
ers and their families, have lost direction of Lewis F. Cawthon need assistance in
obtaining bene- on Saturday, July II. 1964. All
and he acquit- beetle has of $3.00 to chan.e'an existing
was
and run case the black turpentine Social Security benefits because i out the curbs on street fits
last telephone to color or to install tore under the GI Bill, may receive Committee members and pastorsof
from
ted. 1Burns decreased markedly
they failed to request a free state- on'Baldwin avenue
an additional extension. Is being crossings guidance from Jim Weant the churches In Graves Association -
year. Coulter said, and most ment of their Social Security records Monday and put in ramps leading Assistant State Service Officer of : are urged to attend at
waived until 1 1964.
September I
Won Run-Off naval stores operations appear to This will enable John V. Carey, District from street to sidewalk level. the Florida Department of Veter- I a.m. July 11, at Northaide
I be In good condition. Sawfly activity many more Manager of the Panama City Social makes It possible for those
By Biggest MarginMayor of our customers to enjoy the This ans Affairs. church.; Done by order of the
the was
period
during
Security Office, said today. using wheel chairs to go up and moderator.
luxury and convenience of ad- Weant will visit this tie
termed "Sporadic. area t:
Individuals have a responsibility down the street, and makes It
Haydon Burns handed Dead pines numbered 1,220,760 ditltonal telephones in color" through/ their working years to considerable easier for some eld- week for the purpose of helping Community Calendar !
worst defeat of 147,960 cords. Fain said. eterans or their dependents In
the representing some
Robert High see that they are receiving Social erly people to whom the rather 2
July 9
July
any runoff candidate for gover- Coulter said that tree morta- Security credits for their earn- high curbs had presented some- filing claims for Compensation

nor in history, final official results lity Is expected! to decline In most Local Students Attends ings. Employers of one or more what of a problem Benefits or solving their Insurance July DeFuniak Masons-7:30.

of the 1964 Democratic pri- areas of the state, with the exception Emory Geology Institute workers are liable for the tax problems. This free Service :
July 3-Street.Dance
mary show. of south central Florida reports, but it Is up to the worker Race Track Funds Includes assistance to employers Paxton Masons. 7:30:

In gaining 648,093 votes to where conditions suggest a probable Timothy Dean Sutton is among to check on his own account. of veterans under the OI Bill,

High's 465,547, the victory mar- fluctuation In forest insect 20 high school students selected Every worker, whether salariedor Reach $234,000Highest Vocational Training, Subiatence July 4-Holiday-Stores Close.
July B-C.A.P. Air Fair-All day.
activity' during the upcoming to attend a National Science should obtaina or other problems.
nearly self-employed
of 182,546 votes was
gin Yet 6
Foundation Total I July -Paxton City Council-7:30:
sponsored geology
double the difference between months. statement of his Social Securityaccount During his ''visit in this area DeFuniak Lions-7:00.:

Governor Farris Bryant and Doyle The 1963 survey Indicatetd 1- institute at Emory University.The at least once every three Weant may be contacted at the July DeFuniak Estern Star
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524,240 pines killed representing students have lectures in in tate Comptroller Ray.
added. Mistakes
Carlton in 1960. Bryant years, Carey County Service Office at 3:00
beat checka : p.m. 7:30.:
the morning and field work in thle wook
Carlton in the runoff by 96 182,907 cords. the account or failure by an em- aroen aid July 13 and at Freeport at the Klwanls-13:15.:
the state racetrack
'afternoon. Each Is learning from the
for $14OOO
worker's
to report a earn-
votes. to do geologic and will ployer will b. mailed American Legion Home at 1:00: aycees-TOO..
Post Office Will mapping be corrected If the mat tax fund
ings can
runoffs July 16.Col. .
In previous Democratic do a'' of of the 7 on July 8-Pilots-12:00.:
geologic
Be Closed July 4 map a portionof ter Is promptly brought to the Thuroday to each .
LeRoy Collins defeated Charley the area. They are learning to .. So. Walton Lions-::15.
attention of the Social Security count* _ . .
Johns in :SliM oy 88,123" vu"'''', Saturday, July 4, being a Na- identify the rocks, minerals and Administration.; --Many'claims for Th. comptroller aid It wee ; 'lanungton Named

Dan McCarty beat Brailey Od- tional Holiday the Post Office fossils of the area with the use retirement, disability or survivor the final payment for the current President Nat'l Assoc. of For MarshalI

ham in 1952 by 47,484 and Full will be closed all day. There will of the microscope.The benefits under Social Security fiscal year and would' Civil Defense Directors am announcing my candidacyfor

Warren won over be no city or rural delivery and geology group will returnto must be disallowed because mis- make the total received by each City Marshal of DeFuniak

1948 by 23,216 votes. no window service. Emory July 17 at the end of takes were not called to our attention county from the race track tax Colonel W. Tarkington, :Flor Springs. I have worked as a

Burns received more votes Specials': will be delivered and the five-week institute for a final until the claim for bene- fund $234,000 the highest' .In ida's State Civil Defense Direc- policeman for the city for two

alone than both candidates combined all mail will be dispatched according session at which they will receive fits was! filed.Employment. the history of tho tax. Each tor took over on July 1, as Presi- years. The people all know me

got in five races since: the to schedule. certificates. that la alleged to county received $206300 last dent of the National Associationof and know what I stand for.I .

second primary system began in Marie M. Underwood' have occurred many years ago Is y.ar. State Civil Defense Directors. will enforce the law fairly and

Postmaster. NOTICE extremely difficult to establish Green said tho next payment Colonel Tarkington joined' the impartially, and with reason.

1932.Not since 1932 when David Carey continued. In many cases would' be In tho early' fall. Florida State Civil Defense Agency On July 14. vote for me and I

Sholtz took 62 percent of the vote Thomas Appointed JP Regular Communication of De- the former employer has moved J in December, 1954, as State will always be at your service

against John W. Martin after run Secretary of State Tom Adams Funlak Lodge No. 170 F & AM away, is no longer In business. Disaster Relief Coordinator and' when needed.

ning second in the first primary today announced the commissioning Thursday July 2 at 7:30: p.m. or may have died. Further the determine If his account Is cor- was appointed State Civil Defense I' Vote for and elect

has a loser failed to get more of Joel G. Thomas Stella District Grand Master. Refresh- law only requires that an employer rect for the last three year per- Director In July 1935. ir. A. (JACK) BODIFORD

than 41 percent of the vote. Route, Florala. as Justice of the I ments and degree work. All-Brethren keep his business trecords iod. Also, mistakes In the account He is a member of the Florida MARSHAL

Peace. District No.2, Walton Fraternally Invited. four years. When sufficient SocIal within the last three year period Nuclear Development Commission -

HOLIDAY' NOTICE county, succeeding Forrest N. Fobnar White, vi oM. Security credits cannot be estab- can be corrected If they are Vice Chairman, Florida Re- Weather ReportDate

Campbell, resigned. J. T. Johnson, Secy. llrhed. the Social Security claim brought tto our attention Im- sources Planning Committee; and
Low Rain
Saturday. July 4th being a mint! be disallowed. mediately. Chairman of the State Civil Defense High
Holiday In the State of CLOSING NOTICE CLOSING NOTICEAll The statement of your Social Contact your nearest Social Security Program Coordinating June 24 90 62 .22

Legal Florida the banks in DeFunlak Mom & Dad's Restaurant wishto Security account will show you office for the free postcard Committee. 23 88 70 .25 I

will not be open for the announce they will be closed offices In the Walton County -I your yearly credit for each of the form to obtain a statement 20 89 66 1.08

Springs transaction of business on that from July 6 through July 9th Courthouse will be closed July last three years and will show of your individual Social Security lie entered the military serviceas :27*. 87 68 .06'

They will be open for businesson 3rd. and 4th. Friday and Saturday the total earnings that have been account. The office for this: areas Second Lietenant of Infantry. 28 91 63 .02 L

/L/R First National Bank Friday July 10th at the regular in observance of the 4th of July credited. Carey concluded. It located at 1135 Harrison Ave- United States Army and retiredin 29 90 67 .85{f ,

Cawthon State Bank I time. holiday. should be easy for anyone to ..... Panama City, Florida 1954 as Colonel. Artllery. SO 90 67 ,..09pKV



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DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined of way through the centers of urban areas la { Revival Services At akin First Baptist THE SPECIALISTS IN YOUR LIFE |II III
THE practice! which was then taking place in Center Ridge, Methodist Vacation Bible School

with THE BREKZE South Florida. not here. I Revival Services begin at Center Oaskin First Baptist Church .I
Florida Ridge Methodist church. Sun- will have vacation Bible schoolas ,
Del'untak Springs "Now, interestingly, I find that on January day July 5 at '11 ..m. with lunchat follows. Preparation and par-
Published Every Thursday at 15. 1961, the Pensacola News carriedan 12 o'clock. ade, Friday July 3rd at 8 a. m.
DeFunlak Springs, Florida Services will continue through School will run Monday, July
editorial supporting my P I'dtion. It was Friday, July 10th each evening 6th through Friday July 10th, i
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area entitled "Merit Seen in Sikes Slap at Inter- at 7:30 p.m. The visiting evange- hours 8 to 11 a.m.Commencement .
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico state expense." Let me give you some quotations list will be the Rev. Henry E. exercises Fri-
Greenhlll. day night. All boys and girls in-
Second-Claaa Postage Paid from the editorial
: The public. is cordially invitedto vitetd to atttend.The
II. C. STORBS. Publisher 1824-1863 attend. Pastor.
HOWARD STORKS Editor Publisher "Suggestion of Rep. Bob Sikes that the Rev. E.' A. Caraway
new State Road Board look into the heavy SFC and ''Mrs. Paul 1C Tobolt
SUBSCRIPTION: cost of building the interstate highway spent ten days with the John Mr. and Mrs. Win. Olin Camp-
vacatIon
Walton and Adjoining Countl$3.00 Per Yeas Welters. SFC Tobolt has just returned bell are spending a week's -
through West Florida and consider,.improvement to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. at Grayton Beach:
Other $3.50 Per Year of present highways instead has a after spending two years in Ger- Mrs. Verne Broxson visited her
many which was his third trip daughter, Mrs. Harold Gulls, and
great deal of merit.
Sikes Hits Back At Critics Of Road Plans
there, with the U. S. Army. family last week.i(94caA.
Since Con Bob Sikes recent statement "Building the super-highway almost par-

about the advisability of 4-laning highways allel to Highway 90, now 'much improved,
90 and 98 before Interstate 10 is constructed seems a useless expenditure.
through here, there has been considerablymore ;
interest in this part of the state about "Improvement of Highway 90 through / .

these improvemens. West Florida, making it'four Janes, provid- Medical checkup . prescription ... eye glasses . visit
Commisisons and civic in ing overpasses and bypasses about congested to the dentist ... insurance purchase . car tune-up*-these I
Couny groups areas could be easily effected and are some of the everyday experiences that brine TOW into contact
the area are backing the idea. In our opinionthe with -large number -
economy of the area will be helped a certainly would be much cheaper than Yo probably: meet Dr. Ben regular teeth), phosthodontia'!
to building an entirely new:; Highway and all ,Casey. TV** ncurosurgeon, once (denture work), pedodontla.!.
great deal more by early improvements the bridges it would entail." WITH A a week. HI portrayed: field of (children's dentistry) ), and oral I
the existing roads than by construction of medicine to a specialty: that re surgery-among many other

the Interstate thoroughfare.We "At present, though, in long stretchesof BRIDAL SET .eoires!eight even rears more of training premed than.the andmedical a A specialist good Insurance in his field.agent AccordIng is also-;
also think top priority for Walton West Florida, it seems a waste of moneyto b schooling and one year to experts at The Traveler
,;'of interning necessary to qualify Insurance Companies, he is able
county should be -4lane project for Highway construct an entirely new four-laned from .a* a general practitioner. to evaluate your needs and design '
331 throughout the county. highway almost parallel Highway 90 when ;were A *century small Minority ago specialists of U.S. adequate protection for you
and without
family
Here is what Cong. Sikes had to say con- that road could be built to meet specifica- RHODES ;physicians} today nearly half expensive your fripperies. Independent adding-'

cerning his proposal (in part) and the reception tions with much less expense to the federal I Ito,cf America'information doctors supplied-according by Travelers agents are who trained represent in The the*
it has received sent out with a recent government and to the state." ,'C.f..pC0* '. Pictured Stui/etopf world's oldest insurance school.They .
,'etfa, an estimated 46%-are
new-letter: "The editorial also said: 'Traffic engineers ;speelalistst! The field of surgery provide program you with with no an over insurance -
Ialone
"Some time ago in my newsletter I sug- however, may produce estimates on the in- 'las a "includes' r especialties lapping and coverages; about information
gested it is time for the people of the First creasing number of automobiles and popu- See lation to show that in the next decade men's and women's I 'ithopodic surgery (operations on "packages"; and a review
effort need- or
advance muscles ,
District to unit in an to bone*. Joint and ) plastic of your insurance at
by the time the interstate is completed it watches before you buy. surgery, cardiovascularheart program
ed highway improvements. I felt that a decision Birthda;...B, anniversariesand ( and blood vessel.) surgery regular interval
should be reached on whether to press will be badly needed. to help handle. the heavy 'duation gifts.Rhod a*well a.. Ben Casey's TV prov- Insurance 1* a personal possession
traffic." gi surgery: on nerve and ; although ft .is
first for Interstate 10 or for improvement t=.. to buy it "over the count,'
of Highway 90 and 98. I expressed the be- "This last paragraph reflects my thinking es Jewelers- Specialisation In dentistry,too many Clnp-r: : know-how the specialized
lief-an honest one-that the district as a when I called for action now on the part of _. t tII Brit has .grown....',!.. cite Th. orthodontia Encyclopedia, family insurance agent. He'ofa
whole would benefit more from fourlaningand Northwest Florida leaders ..to determine .... ., \ it.teet (which. deal with crooked or Ir- a specialist in his field. .

bypasses on 90 and 98, other than at what roads are needed most and to insure

congested traffic areas, such as Pensacolaand action to tir secure. those roads.. .It is 31/ years The Casualty Count by Jerry MarcuTThe 1
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Tallahstfee. This was a simple invita- er. nog should re-evaluate our .
tion for community leaders to unite and to ments. I am not trying to stop 1-10 ,
require-I
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work: for the road program they consider other road from'being built. I am

best, and to insure that Northwest Florida highways wherever they are needed. I want 24 HourDEPOSIT
not be left out when new road programs are Northwest Florida to be ready for the future -
planned. Knowing me, most of you realize .
that I will join forces and help when that In action taken last week, the Okaloosa kc"- I /
decision is reached. county County Commission voted unanimously SERVICE 4 ,

"Imagine my surprise when I find myselfthe to recommend completion of 4-laning
victim, of a blistering attack which said U. S. 90 and 98 through this part of ,the' 4 g o'of
in substance that it is your congressman'sfault state prior 'to completion of Interstate 10. '- { *
that 1-10 is not' already built and as The Washington County Conimisison, on NIGHT DEPOSITORYUse

a result desolation and ruin are about to Monday of last week, however, voted to takeno our convenient envelope drop. i
descend upon us. Well, economically the action at that time on the 4-lane proposal -
district is stronger than it ever has been The Chipley City Council had earlier No key is necessary. Deposit suppliesare
and promises to continue to be for the made a recommendation for this action.
foreseeable future but that is another story. ---- oOo furnished and your receipt will I !f

9: "Since I was charged with delaying I-10 Bible Verse be mailed the following: day.BANKBYMAIL .
I began to seek out the facts. First, I asked And I will pass through all ty flochk today I iAo

the Bureau of Public Roads in Washington reoving from thence all the speckled) J I sit,.
if there were recorded delays in the scheduled and spotted cattle, and all the brown cattle t wa a

completion date of Interstate 10. I led among the goats: and of such shall be t
was assured there were,, none. Then, I senta among the sheep, and the spotted and speck Ask us for free bank-by-mail envelopes.
wire to the governor and to the State my hire.-Gen. '30::32. Every mail box is a teller's window.

Road Department in which I asked the anti- . . oOo . . .
cipated completion date for 1-10 from' Pen- Gems of Though . Duty ' ,Nn.n.w v ,i
sacola to Tallahassee) as of January 1, 1961 Duty is carrying on promptly and faith t. ;:
and the anticipated completion date now. I fully the affairs now before you What-
The T,....,,Sa,." :ark
asked for specific reasons if the completiondate ever it is your duty to do, you can do with- CAWTHON STATE BANK

had been postposed during that peiord. out harm to yourself It is the greatestof DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLA.
"The answer from Tallahassee also said, all mistakes to do nothing because you
and this is significant 'SRD submitted to can only do a little Every duty which we Member I
Bureau of Public Roads September 14, 1961 omit, obscures some truth which we should Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. J ENJOY BEAUTIFUL TELEPHONES

detailed 5-year interstate highway system have known The consciousness of a duty
construction program. This covered con- performed gives us music at midnight.oOo :--
struction of Intercalate'' 10 from the Alabama -- IN.COLOR!

line east to SR 87 southeast of Milton Care-charmer sleep son of the sable Night, "
with most of work being done from, 1965 to Brother to Death, in silent darkness born, I MONTHLY COLOR RATE

1967. All of remaining sections of I-I0.were Relieve my languish and restore the light; REDUCED!
WILL THE BANK YOU
scheduled in 1963 on progressive basis be- With dark forgetting of my care return.

ginning in 1966 and carrying through 1970. And let the day be time enough to mourn CHOOSE SERVE AM No Installation Charge
The above referred schedules have been The shipwreck of my ill-adventured youth: For Extension Telephones

accelerated in recent months in that we Let waking eyes ,suffice to wail their scorn, YOUR BANKING NEEDS?
plan to let the first contract from the Ala- Without the torment of the night's untruth. call for

bama line to connect up to existing segmentof Cease, dreams, the images of day-desires,
Interstate 10 in August of 1964. Provided To model forth the passions of the morrow; ((00 WOO

funds are available, a section leading from Never let Sun rising approve you liars i
YES IT WILL IF THE BANK
eastern end of existing section to scenic To add more grief to aggravate my sorrow: ,

highway interchange is planned to be let Still let me sleep embracing clouds in vain, YOU CHOOSE IS OURS.For .
before the end of this calendar year, as And never wake to feel the day's xJisdaln.Samuel .
well as bridge across Escambia River. All Daniel .
construction schedules for all segmmentswill --oOo ( ::1

insure completion prior to assumed com- Impeach the Whole Court savings or checking accounts, loansof
pletion datet as of January 1, 1961. There- When we first saw the signs "ImpeachEarl
fore, obviously there have been no delays Warren" we were shocked that any- all kind., safe deposit boxes, helpful .It brings .

encountered u$ to the present. one would seriously consider such an action advice about money matter-you name fashion >to

"Now, let's go back to 1961. In January and felt it traitorous to advocate it. Now it-we're here to serve you promptlyand YOUr homo
of that year I wrote Governor Bryant that to show how times have changed we think,
completely. That'swhat we mean We have the right color the right style to blend
modernization the existing
of
I considered a the only way to save our counry from: des- I with your
decorating scheme. Call Business
be much more valuable to when we1' we're a / ll- nice bank. our
i highways would troying itself is to impeach the whole prob- Office today.
Northwest Florida than construction of a -Earl Warren included. The Senate prob- I Come in and get acquainted.

superhighway system across the District. ably would not vote to uphold it, but im- SOUTHEASTERNTelepH.e '
However, I pointed to, the need for a super- peachment by the House of Representativesmigh 1 $ 'i

,,' highway system in congested areas such as at least get across to the court.a hint THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
' Tallahassee and Pensacola. Also in the communication of the feeling of the peoples on the mad CompanyTW
(:. I questioned the practices of course of action they seem bent on pursu- '
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TOLUMB 7S-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THE!: DeFUNIAK DERALD-BREZZII> > *t' THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1964SOCIAL i I i I


'" Pilot Club Entertained '. : ":' ''' '' ''d_ ...... FOR RENT: ONE BEDROOM I II
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I ACTiVITIES' 'VilUam -Jlaatan Wedding Uy Mrs. James Carson :;.' '; 'f "f. .. .,...., brick cottage furnished. With tile t

Announced, June 27 I Jt : !: ./,..;- I bath and television antenna. '

Mrs. James Canon entertained White Castle Court J. D Francis ,

tr w The wedding of Betty J. Williams the members of the Pilot Club "';'.<.. Ph. 42567. 6:25: 2pd.: .

,_ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 011 Tuesday night, June 23, at her :" ,;> .
Aither Williams. Stella Rt., Flor- beautiful beach home at Phillips t':, r FOR SALE: WATER FRONT

ala. Ala. to James M. Hagan. Inlet. A lavish buffet dinner featuring f'' ''' lots, and wooded in lots. On

son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hagan, broiled pompano almondine 'J' I Choctawhatchee Bay located< on

Rt. 3, DeFuniak Springs, was an was served to about fifteen a Okaloosa-Walton county line in

event of June 27, 1964 in the members and guest. Mixed garden ---- i: Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe. Rt. 1

I Cluster Springs Church in Liberty lowers and lighted candles were 1' ,I n I Ip Box 259 Villa Tasso NicevilJe

at 7:30 p.m. used for decoration and the guest Florida.

A reception followed In the: enjoyed seeing Mrs. Carson's '

I church social room with friends many interesting collections of p- FOR SALE: NEW BEDROOM
ds 4..81l
.3Aa. and relatives attending. house living room dining i
antiques.
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room, kitchen bath and half

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Vining and I prizes Amusing being games beautiful were pieces played of ir FHA, small down payment call
collect MU 2-2950 MU
or 2-4390.
called to Washingtos -
T family were Mrs. Carson a ceramic art work. > <,egtllll dilk Crestview. Fla. 4.16tfchg:
of
because
Ga. on Tuesday
Those
fortunate
l ; enough to enjoy

o the death of Mrs Vining's-- mother,I Mrs. Carson's hospitality had a I f 1 : t't FOR RENT: THREE BEDroom
:
Mrs. Reed Nash. memorable evening. Members and house. See Mr. or Mrs. Hugh

Miss Catherine Cain is spend- guest attending were Mrs. Glen '" : Adams Ph. TW 4-4011. 6lltfchg:
I I'Ing the week in Montgomery as Chester t :1:1g
: Mrs. Bill Shultz Mrs. J.
KYq' : : L 'rs [I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alva B. Goff Mrs. T. J. Reardon, Mrs. ,'' iOIIw CASH FOR LATE MODELcars

Chandler and children. Alex Caswell. Mrs. S. L. Sims Jr. a 1958 models up. Buying for

Sheriff and Mrs;, Andy Ander- :*, t> ,', 4S Eastern and Miami markets. If
Mrs. W. D. Douglass Mrs. Burl .......
son left.for a short:visit in:Macon, Underwood Mrs. Rufus Daughette ... ... ...-.. you have a used car to sell, call

I Ga., with their daughter and son- CI a f r James Hussey, TE 6-2271--8 a.m.
Miss Maunde
Saunders and
sd'ry4 In-law Rev. and Mrs. Bill Powell Mrs. ; till 5.30: pm. 1231pd:
T. J. Lindsey.Mrs. .
Elizabeth.Mrs. '
and granddaughter,
K f ,r Gwendolyn Holland and ; ," ,.,r-. UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: WE
4* Wavey Wadsworth returned .tl have three Singer Sewing Mach-
t, / ,y Mrs. John Pentecost spent last sde
Tuesday in Pensacola.Mrs. to her home Sunday after a II" ... ines that were unclaimed. Pay

I Jo Klotz and, daughter visit of several days with her > repair Mil $14.63. These mach-

: brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and ines arc in excellent shape. Write
Joanie of Orlando, were guest of :
Mrs. J. S. King. frCt Service
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Alford last : "J Manager. Vogue Sewing
week. l I Mrs. John Pentecost and son, t Center,. 404 E. Wright St., Pen-
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Mike spent'Sunday.. in Panama 1,<;'"'>,: ,
Mr-and Mrs Bill Murray and "
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son Burton' of.: Pensacola;.. spent,City." ': Q$ ..... w Faison And Ward

the weekend here 'wlth'' friends. : Mrs, Ellis, Jones who has been ;/. '... Water Wells and Pumps I IEa.y

and relattlves. :;1 visiting her: grandmother Mr. R. ." 'lt., term.Call collect I
IN. >'''
Mrs R. M. Crevasse and daughter Tarrance, returned to her homein : '
Doc Faison Bonifay 547-2376
Gainesville Thursday.
Mafsha of Jacksonville, spent
I Wiley Ward_ Vernon 836.2188!
several days last week here with I AM A PILGRIM : ;,-
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. Engagement Announced I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Caswell. -- I
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Among those from here attend- Looks like I am destined to bea
I ing the Pilot Club International
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Bal ently: employed as a teacher at Convention in New York pilgrim. I
kom of Allen Axson City Out far and straight Is the road, AnnouncedMr.
DeFuniak Springs, 'announce J. Elementary I this week were Mrs. W. D. Douglass -I I Newsome-Godwin Engagement
in Jacksonville. | My steps are'unsteady and falter,
the engagement and approaching School Mrs. Alex Caswell, Mrs. T.'

marriage of their dau- Mr. Ball Is presently serving J. Reardon. and Miss Gladys Heavy is my daily burden- and Mrs. Roy Newsome of School Marianna Florida.Mr. r- rJ t'N

I ghter Carol Faye to Earl L. Hall in, the Navy at the U. S. Naval Rogers. Mrs. Paul Teelin accom- Weary my load. 'Marianna, announce the engage- Godwin is a graduate of I g41t'K

the son of Mr. and Mrs. JamesM. Air Station, Jacksonville.A I panied them to visit 'with her ment of their daughter, Brenda the 1963 class Walton High
Hall of Kansas. 18th wedding Is planned Can X say I have run a good race
Dodge City July -
family !In New York. Joyce to AB Harry Godwin, son School, DeFuniak Springs, attended -
Miss Balkom is a graduate of at 4 p.m. in the Sandy Creek Have I ever fairly tried others to
I Mrs H. C. Hodges and daughter of Mrs. Odell Godwin of DeFun- Chipola Junior College

Troy State College and Is pres- Baptist Church. Jackie are spending this weekin lead Or have, I passed unnoticed a iak Springs, and the late Mr. J. and is presently stationed at J. V. LAWSON OWNER

Miami. M. Godwin. Lackland AFB, Texas.

U Blake-Garrett Wedding Ceremony I Mrs. Bill Shultz will spend way-faring brother The bride-elect graduated with The wedding date will be announced -
Who by the way side was hungry WED.THURS.FRI.SPECIAL .
next weekend in Bllloxl, Miss. and in need. the 1964 class of Marianna High later.
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Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chesserspent
The East End Baptist church The bridesmaids, Misses Theresa I LIMITEDENGAGEMENT
last weekend at Laqguna FOR SALE: WAFFLE IRON, FOR SALE: LARGE DINING
t was the setting Saturday, June Ann Price and Sidney Ann Harrison Beach as guest of her sister end Yes I confess I have been a bit double element, good condition, I table and six chairs. Also a china

I 26. 1964, at 7 p.m. for the mar- wore jonquil-yellow dresses spent last weekend at Laguna careless very cheap. Also Mansfield Hi-Fi cabinet. See or call Oswald
riage of Miss Jendia Earlene of the design. all Have held head often much I
same They
Beach as guest of her sister and. my Deluxe .35 MM Slide Projector, Brown, TW 6-1918. 6:25tfchg:
Blake daughter of Mrs. Eunice carried hand bouquets of yellow i I Dr. and Mrs Ralph Spires I' too high with 23 Airquipt magazines, all r

I I Blake, DeFumak Springs and M. mums caught with yellow satin' spent several days last week In Of spilt milk there is no need of in excellent condition less than LAWNS MOWED: CALL GIL.'I M-G-M Ind CINERAMA promt *"

Sgt. E. W. Blake of Homestead streamers. I I Pensacola. | grieving; hall price. Phone TW 6-3791 LIS Douglass. TW 4-7467. THE

AiB to Henry A. Garrett Jr, Serving his cousin as best mans, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Cain spent My way faring brother I'll not after 5:30: p.m. 'I Jun 18-Aug 27 chg. WONDERFULWORLDS

son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. was Junior Hobbs. Glenn Martinwas last week in Fayetteville N. C.l pass another one by.Harry. sacola Fla. 5.28.7:18chgATTENTION :
Garrett, Sr. of Freeport Florida. Moore FOR SALE: JANTZEN BATH.
a groomsman Wlade ishop, visiting their daughter and son-1
Clusters of magnolia leaves ing suit ladies size 16, brand new, : LOGGERS AND *
Jr and Paul Teelm, Jr. lighted '
in-law Sgt. and Mrs. Ronney D.
FOR RENT: SMALL FURN. Sell at half-price Call TW 6- timber We
owners.
the
mingled with trailing ivy to forma the candles. I pay top BROTHERS
and GRIMM t
Spencer getting
background for the graceful I acquaintedwith house. 202 Circle Dr. Mrs. Fred 3791 after 5:30: p.m. prices for hardwood logs and .
Mrs. Blake chose a beige lace their new granddaughter ,le wo.orsrut .
standards Baker Ph. 6-9511. 7.2chgtf timber. Free estimates. JACKSON ...
holding seven tapers
and Valeria Spencer who born WANTED TO : TWO Full 366 COLOR' .I
heath dress tiny beige was BUY
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> cloche; VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Hill :n
and the standing baskets of white ,
for her daughter's wedding. The,'June 19. | FOR SALE: NICE z BEDROOM size used boy s bicycles. Also Fla. Phone 2195 wrest

gladiolus. Pre-nuptial music and mother of the groom. wore a blf.elace 1 l Mrs. Tolise Ward of Pineapple block house, large kitchen and aluminum lawn lounge chairs. Lowery 4-3825 days Florala or Louis
the traditional wedding march Ala., RATURDAYDOUBLE
sheath and matching flowered ,I Ala.. has accepted it posltfon with living room. Third house on left Call TW 6-3791 after 5:30: pm. nlehu. I
was rendered by Miss Ann Hen- hat. Her accessories were the Department PublicfWelfare behind Tastee Freez In'DeFunJakI ...... - 342tfchg.I ; FEATURETECHNICOLOR

derson at the organ. The young white. Both mothers wore pink' a* a Social Worker. I Springs. Contact Mrs. W. C. Wells, USE OUR EFFICIENT Carpet I WILL NOT BE .
couple were met at the altar by carnation corsages. The I I Jr Ph MU 2-3228 in Crest- Shampooer FREE with purchaseof BLE for RESPONS) 'I varea. Pde P.ek
debts
grand-I]I any made or checks
Rev. Richard Bloodworth who Blue Lustre
Mr. and Mrs. 8701. shampoo. Fisher JNW
I Charles Hinson
mother of the groom, Mrs. 7.2,9,16,23chg: cashed by Curtis L. I
I Grayson
united them using the double ring acces-i I along with a girl trio from the Hardware Co.DEPRESSIONI.
were with matching J.
ceremony. grey I First Methodist church in FOR SALE: ONE PIANO IN Lilly Grayson. 25,7.2pd: : r
rories.. I Bay I I I I
The bride given In marriage by I Mlnet, Ala.. were weekend guests good condition. Call Tele. TW: 4- PRICES! WE DIANNE'S BEAUTY SHOP
her father lovely in a full- The wedding was followed by' 48701. 7 selll cheap. Heavy-duty rotary IAO
was of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Gainey. : ,9pd invites you call now for appoint-
of taffeta and lace. a reception In the coach room of I I'I cutters, $265.00 each. We deliver
length
gown Mark Anderson and Niles King ments where
you'll be satisfied E
the Hut Restaurant, hosted by] I 1 OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY free. SCOTT FURR DISCOUNT
The taffeta overskirt caught up I i, left last Wednetday morning for with results. Ph. TW N.
at points by taffeta bows revealed Ronnie Balkom brother of the July 5, and Monday, July 6. Por- FARMS. Magnolia Mississippi. 6-5131
Arrowhead ivy
Camp at Tuxedo, N. Oth Street. .
I ter Estate Back 25,7.2.9.16chg.: :
Lake.
on Priced
a lace flounce. Both the skirt bride. |I I C., where they will spend the Phon 783-2917. 5:14-7:2pd: : t
to sell.
Call TW
flowing to a chapel train and Out-ofrtown guests included summer I I 6-9696 for fur- CLOSING NOTICE
ther APARTMENT FOR RENT: United
the fitted lace bodice with tapered M-Sgt. and Mrs. E. W. Blake and I'[I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barbarbe information. Itchg Mom & Dad's Restaurant wishto
Farm Agency. Phone TW 4-
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pointed sleeves,' were appli- children, of Homestead AFB; and two children of Columbus I I NOTICE: OF KHLltlFF'S:: SALE 7831. announce they will be closed I

qued with seed pearls. A lace Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Duet of Mar- ', Ga. spent the weekend here with Notice" 1*" hereby given that 1, Howard from July 6 through July 9th. I
Anuy fcmerlff
Audernuu. of
crown hold the brides' shoulder- I'ero. La.; Mrs. Ronnie Jones of her sister and family Mr. and Cuuuty. t'lurtdaby Virtue of Waituu an- FOR SALE: USED REFRIGER. They will be open for businesson j
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length veil of illusion. She carried Niceville, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy'!i I Mrsc. Jack Potter. I II I I Claim execution Court uwutd of ,Walton from the county Small onfcvoruary ATORS, all sizes, all prices. Appliance Friday, July 10th at the regular FEMARVN IIIBEitAaEN MMDEHSiROMERO f

an arrangement of minia- Martin of Ft. Walton; Mr. Claude|I Mr. and Mrs John R. Butlerof M. iet>4 to those certain Exchange, 6 mi. South of time. .

ture white orchids on a white Jenkins of Ft. Walton; Mr. and Orlando spent the week with Lamar cause Bower therein, pending in which DeFuniak Springs on Hi way 331 O Moran "KPLUS
William Hobbs and familyof the d-b-a Highway Super GULF GRILL UNDER
Mrs. Taft
satin prayer book. Robinsons. service Uemuiak Spring. Florida wa 7.2.9pd
The maid of honor, Miss Carol Valparaiso; Mr. and Mrs' Mr. and Mrs. Tenson Adkinson Plaintiff and II U )tub) Davidson NEW MANAGEMENT

Cox wore a mint green dress of Harry IJ)lion and son of Freeport,I and son, Mike are the weekend and was will defendant cell at, public aci have auction levied to the on HELP WANTED: CUSTOMERS Anyone stepping into the Gulf

dacron featuring a scoopedneckline and Mr. and Mrs. Clint Hardincf guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ad- highest and beet bidder for cash In need service in Walton County or Grill on Hiway 90 West will see Bob HOP6
kison and front of the court house door in De- DeFuniak Springs full or part -
other
fitted bodice, and full skirt. Freeport. relatives. Funlak Spring. Florida during legal time. familiar faces behind the counter
hour of sale on July 27. 194 the Earn $3.50 hourly and up. Anita EKbGfgBe
Plan On Organizing: Mr. and Mrs. Graham Campbelland I LEGAL NOTICENOTICE following described property, to wit) For information write Rawlelgh as they will remember Sybil and
Beth vacationed On Used daughter FA-C-402003.
A Nursing Council I OF SHERIFF'S SALE Ford dual Wheel Truck, with cab Memphis. Tenn.
last week at Jack Tar Beach Notice U hereby given that 1. How- and wooden body aerial NoFSOK3A 7:2,9,16,23,30pd: managers.
Interested citizensof House in south Walton county. I ard Andy Anderson>> Sheriff of Walton -I 18U18. Wheel baa 194Inche The Brown's are featuring some
A of : I
group I County FlorIda by virtue of an *. ATTENTION LADIES: YOU of the best bar-b-que seafood
Walton county met at the Mrs. Annabelle Watts of Tallahassee -! execution issued from the Small Bill of Sal at Cost of purchaser.
night Robert McDonald of, Claim Court of Walton County on Howard "And)'" Anderson can now buy LeRevell cosmeticsat platters, short orders etc. that
Health Tuesday ,
Department Jun. 23. 184 In those certain .causes Sheriff Walton County Burlies Beauty Shop, locatedon one can find anywhere in North-
June 23 to discuss the possiblity West Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. therein pending in which Fisher 4t:July :3. .10.2J:
Bay Avenue in DeFuniak west Florida a nice friendly atmosphere -
Nurs- Marion McDonald of Niceville, Hardware Company WM Plaintiff and
of organizing a Community Johnnie Adam, alia Johnny Adams. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WALTON Springs. No need to go out of it'S air-condiditioned /JAMSCua
and Mr. and Mrs. Klein McDon-
Council. defendant and nave COUNTY
ing was levied on FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
This will meet again In ald of Bonifay I are here because and will ecu at public auction to thehighest lor FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. S414 town to buy this wonderful pro- for comfort and inviting all theirfllends
group and besbidder for cash in CHRISTIAN KITTUHAH duct, stop in at Bur He's Beauty and neighbors to stop by
August to complete plans for this of the serious Illness of their front of the court bouse door inDeFuniak :
organization.Rev. mother, Mrs. Lucile McDonald. Spring Florida during legal tiZC.uPAN8KI.PlalDtllt, Shop today. 2,9chg: and see them. SUN.MON.TUES.It'sthesame .

'I Mrs Laura Bess Caldwell and hour following of sale described on July property 27, 1B64 to wit the RAYMOND VS.- C. 8ZCZXPANSKZ. .................... ......

and Mrs. Langdon Gar- daughter of Thomasville Ga., are On 1033 Pontiac 4 Door Sedan Defendant.
Serial No. Aexli13945. Mo.: NOTICE TO APPEAR { :
Tag kids. :
all visiting her grandmother Mrs. R.
rison attended a picnic for :30W-1A30 TO.: RAYMOND O 8ZCZEPANSKI. .
Methodist Ministers In the Mar- N. Tarrance and aunt, Miss Mur- BUI of Sal at Coat of purchaser. Defendant herein: County Agent's .1S'ot. i
innna District at Blue Pond near iel Tarrance. Howard "Andy AndersonSheriff You are hereby notified that a suit. : the same beach...
Walton for
/ County divorce ha been filed against you
Chipley Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. G. B. Underwood of Jack- 4t:July a. 8. le. aaNOTICE In the above-named court and cause, I but this time the i it
Jerry Jennings and daughter sonville, spent several days here and you are required to serve upon Oscar Harrison
FOR BIDS
Plaintiff of
attorney a youranswer
Vicky, left Wednesday last week visiting in the homesof NOTICE IS HEREBY: : GIVEN THAT or written defense copy on or I party's got MUSCLE!
night for Melbourne to attend the Mrs. Flower Dannelley and THE: BOARD or COUNTY COkOCIS- before the :31st day of July 1M4. and t }
SIGNERS: Walton Oount)'. Florida I, to file the original ther.oi with the ... -
wedding of Miss Tracy Jenningson Mrs. Jack Bodiford. will reoelv aealed bid until 10-OO: Clerk of this court. Herein fall not. .
Friday night. Vicki was an Mr. and Mrs. Roger Smith of A.M. C 8. T.. on Tueedar. July 14th.I or a decree pro confesso will be entered .. ..
1004 at their office in the Oourt' herein against you Ptoritfa Agjrleultiiral i *tenle sjsnrla. ) .
attendant in the wedding and Tallahassee and son Clark, spent House In DeFuniak Spring. Florida, DONE AND ORDERED at DeFuniak ." .
while there they attended several the week with her parents. Mr. for the following Springs Florida this the 30 day' of . '.1k..
Not lea* than descriptions and June. 1M4. .
parties given in Miss Jennings and Mrs. Millard Gainey after a specifications' a* follow: E. LEO ANDREWS i Walla Oewajty Bear of CemmsmUsur* 41ap. r 1ty

honor. They returned Sunday and vacation trip In the mountains.Mr. 1.3-4 Ton Pickup Truck Cab and Clerk of the Circuit Courtof .. I ,'t ,
White of Orlando Chassis H. D. O Cyl Engine Walton County FloridaBy .. vv
J. D.
the I _
accompanied by Mel '
were
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700 a 16 6 Ply Tube Type Tire : Iva Adkinson. Deputy .. '
eon: of Kemper Jenings, who plansto visited last week with his dau- Spare. Wheel and Tire earn sis Clyde B Well cs.rll'l CURB MARKET OPEN trouble with lesser corn borers -" \ HIIW"-: ", .
visit for several days. ghter Bonnie Robinson. Mr. White Automatic Transmission of THOMPSON-WELLS. in his I I :. ,
I soybeans. It is a shame
Alternator Attorney for Plaintiff v *.
Mrs. Wallace Cobb has returned left Sunday for his home. In Or- H D. Shock Absorbers. Rear McLean Bldg. P. O. Box 87 the way these pesky little .
to her home in Niceville after lando with his daughter and family H. D Spring Rear DeFuniak' Spring. Florida The Walton county Curb Market \. kill worms I I .r F
CE n soybean. Buford
Turn Indicator front and rear July :3. .10.33 each Wednesday and has over f.4
spending a month with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Butler Oil. Filter and Oil Bath Air Cleaner is open two hundred acres of beautiful
Mrs. Willie B. Cobb while her also of Orlando. I Truck painted. Red IN THE COUNTY JUDOS COURT Saturday morning. The hard soybeans. He had .

husband attended NCO school at Mrs. Carlotta Wesley spent reject]The any Board and reserve all bids.Immediate .the right to OP RE!:WALTON: ESTATE!:COUNTY OP RODNEY FLORIDAIN RI working ladies of our county who stand until the lesser a corn wonderful borers I ffl'W.: \ \

I Turner Air Force Base, Ga. lust week at her covttage in the Delivery I MITCHELL deceased. operate this market are due a came in. Some fields 4. --
of the Board of NOTICE TO CREDITORS are now ." I
This by order I world of credit. They bring in
Mrs. Sam T. Ingle and son Ellis Seagrove Beach area. County commlulonen. of Walton i All creditors of the estate of RodneyH down.to, a 50 per,cent: stand. -
and Adrienne Bazar of Mont- Mrs. Mary McCollough and Countv. Florida In regular session on Mitchell deceased are herby notl- the most beautiful fresh vegetables AMERICAN INTERNATIONALewoa

gomery, visited the J. Wilson daughter Theresa of Samson, Ala.I the Cth day of June Laird.A.Chairman D. 1964Kylea I I fled or demands and required cbto they file any may claims have eggs, flowers and other PEANUTS MUST HAVE I

Bowers over"the weekend. was visitors of the Taff:.Robin- Board of County Commissioners. against said estate In the office of farm products. They have refri- CALCIUM Mi.IScm'&

Mrs. Don Covell and daughters, sons Wednesday of last week. Walton County FloridaatJuly the County Judge of Walton County,. gerators to keep their productscold 3 3E
Florida. in the courthouse at DeFun- Peanuts must have
: : :3.9NOTICE an ample E
Susan and Bea Ann art, visiting Miss Roberta Robinson is visiting -I I lak Spring! Florida, within *lx calendar and farm fresh. Why don'tyc.u supply of Calcium .
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Whide- her parents. Mr. and Mrs. OP GENERAL ELECTIONThe months from, the dab of the go out to the curb market for adequatepod I
regular annual election of City flat publication of this notice Each filling. Perhaps you applied
more In Pardevllle Wise. Mr Taft Robinson. Roberta has Just Officer. of and for the City of De-I claim or demand must be In writing this week and get a load of that plenty of lime to BEAm
land
Covell drove them part of the returned from a tour of Virginia.I Funlak Bprlnn Florida will b* held. and must stat the place of residence fresh corn or other vegetables your peanut
1 between caae "'* and post-office add.of the early this spring or even last *
In the building ) old year.
real
Washington D. C.. the New York. LaundrY and the Spike Grocery on I claimant and swum to by and enjoy some country If did
way.Miss Gloria Ann Moultrie Is World Fair and other parts of Live Oak Avenue and. In the City the claimant, b-.uec.t:: or his attorney living. you you should read no, "D .t
t I Hall precinct in the fire station July or It will become void according more of this. If you did not. apply
time with
her
mother interest.
spending some I 14 164 between the hour of 7-OO: to law. Roy Ruckle brought a tomato 400-500 pounds of land plaster K f1.' ii]
Mrs. Sylvia Moultrie and Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Chapmanand am and T-OO: pm.>> '| June 30th.J.n":
'her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. children of Durham N. C..I Done and ordered. bv the City .. Joyce Mitchell to our office recently that weighed (gypsum) at once. Apply the land
Council In endal eeeelon this 1C day Administrator of the estate of and seven ounces.I plaster directly to the
one pound peanut
Sam Rachels. Ann and Mr. Robert are visltitng! her parents. Mr. and of June. 1M4. Rodney H. Mitchell deceased
visiting from Auburn Mrs. John McMilllon and other Svble Nert Pint: publication ont July :a. 1904 That was. a huge tomato. I vines. You can say Goodbye to.
Ban K-ara
,
City Clerk 4t: Jnlya,9,16,23 Buford Rachels bs had some, pops when you apply gypsum. Y
U IvenJfT; .. relatives of DeFuniak Springs. :n:July :a. 9





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TOLUME PT7BU5nKD EVER THURSDAY THE ,DeFUNIAK UIUAI D-DRLZE' p-, - -- .. THURSDAY. JULY 2. 196"


Point WashingtonAnd days last week with his mother From Washington i-eslom'rf In the United States to District.Wld, support for Your Commission Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitchell and
The Beaches Mrs. Mamie, Hatch and Mr. W: Bob Sikes register. By this means. Congresshad I Congressman. on Highway N..d. I Kiwanis Club, DeFuniak Spgs son of Pensacola spent several
R. Hobbs. ReportsONE sought to curb the acUvit'w! It is reassuring to not. the solid Bonifay Chamber of Commerce days last week here with her
.. M-Gene Mrs. Robert Butler of Communists in thla country support whrh! to shaping up Dis- Washington County SportsmansClub parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Mr. and Inftnger: and Mrs. OP. THE COURT'S and to make it easier for the trict-Wide for my stand seeking Cawthon.
spent Monday at Red Bay, guestsof Albert Butler and children Ned, WILDEST SESSIONS F. B. I. to keep tab on their a unified approach to Northwest' Panacea Chamber of Commerce Miss Betty Owen Stinson left
Mrs. Mary Grice and family. Regina and Teressa and Miss hereabouts. Florida's road problems. It i Is Board of County Commissioners Thurday morning for a tour of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bostickof Barbara Evans were shopping In Apparently, emboldened by the particularly impressive to note a Wakulla County Europe. She expects to visit many
Headland, Ala. Fort Walton Wednesday failure of Ad- The Court has ruled unconsti-
few the
spent a Congress or constructive and cooperative approach Board of County Commissioners points of interest before her re-
Mr. and Mrs. Neville James minstratlon to curbits activities tutional the Landrum Griffin in an editorial endorse- Franklin County. turn.'
and children of Montgomery, the U. S. Supreme Court has Labor Act provision which esta- ment from the pen of Wayne Bell
spent the weekend of June 21st at handed down a far-reaching new blished criminal prosecution for of The Playground Daily Newsof v
their Seagrove: Beach home and series of rulings. They further union official who are membersof Fort Walton Beach, a Perry
were accompanied by his uncle, undermine an already seriously the Communist Party.It publication. Other strong editorial -
CaswellMotor Dr. Neville, a returned Missionary -. eroded Constitution.In has reversed the conviction support has been expressed by HONEST SOBER
from Brazile where he recent days the Court has
spent DeVane Williams of the Holmes
of sit-ins in several states. This
38 years. He was the guest thrown out the system of equal could remove the right of property County Advertiser and Ed Bro- Vote For And Support
at the Pt. representation for counties In the
speaker Washington owners to rid themselves of derick of the Okaloosa News -
Methodist church Sunday during Upper Bodies of State Legislatures Journal.
trespassers. The Court has thrown:
the school hour. despite the fact that this out a law under which Communists Organizations which have endorsed -
is the system used in the U. S. JOHN B. DONALDSON
Mrs. Ollie Sue Godwin of New could be refused passports. your Congressman's posi-
Orleans, !Sa' spending: vacation at Congress. Many! legislatures: basetheir They can now travel at will despite tion thus far Include:
SPECIAL home with her mother, Mrs. Evie I apportionments and practices -security precautions. To cap
Saltsman and her children Old on the Congress. Now, they It off, the Court has struck downa Panama City Chamber of Com- FOR YOURTown -
Others for ten errold/ this is not adequate merce
and Gay. guests conviction for obscenity.
HaroldW. precedent: The Court has thrownout Playground Chamber of Commerce -
days are Lt. Col. and Mrs.
1957 Ford Bailer and children, who have a law requiring Communists Despite all this. Congress looks Fort Walton Beach Marshal
Just returned from two years in the other way and pretends the Walton County Chamber of
$345.00 Formosa.Mr. charms. Court isn't even there. It is going Commerce, DeFuniak Springs
W. R. Hobbs and Mrs. B. I appropriate Members of the music class are: to take another day and another Crestvlew Chamber of Commerce YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED
Congress to curb the U. S. Sup-
business visitors in
Bostick
were Miss Helen Strickland. Miss Sim
1956 Ford 4-door DeFuniak Springs Thursday.Mrs. I reme Court. But as long as I Nlceville Valparaiso Chamberof CAPABLE RESPONSIBLE
;Kilbourne, Kathy Morris, Regina
am here, I intend to be one of Commerce
McGee of Seagrove
Molly Chancey, Gid and Gay Godwin,
those trying to curb It. Holmes County Development
$275.00 Beach and Mrs. Edith Burlison
II Gene and Mary Sue Morgan. ,
.
.
spent Thursday in Panama City. -- -- --
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Mrs. Evans! Holley, accompanied
1955 Ford 2-door by: her nephew Gene Milner, left
Monday for Washington, D. C.,
New Tires
( )
where they will spend two weeks
1'I
$195.00BAKER with Mr. Holley and Mr. and Mfrs. ,
E. T. Gallogas and family. / GBUYS
Mrs. Ellis Jones of Gainesville,
and Miss Maude Saunders of De
CASWELL Funiak Springs visited Mrs. Jones'
father, Mr. W. W. Hobbs and
Aunt Mamie Hatch on Wednesday -
MOTOR CO. last week.BIRTHDAY.


Free Parking CELEBRATIONEden
the lovely home of Miss ISIZE1.
Air Conditioned Show Room Lois Maxon, was the scene of agay

Easy Terms party Thursday afternoon
when members of her music class .
Hiway U. S. 90 West gathered to honor her on her
birthday. Cake and ice cream was "
enjoyed and they presented her

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'V"ot"tf5fit' 73-t-PtJgi.igtRn> EVERY TIrtJnSDAY >tHFUNIAK fiPBOiGS. FLOKIBA :THUHSDAY JULT 2, 1964 I
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Walton .Men operating out of ItfKFi&Vt fla., ietioft' of taTr .' .iIW\h-Ean: ZIW MM.tuiA 2Ielicopter.lqu4rao 184. A launcher crewman in Battery ,Jh Fonokos, ) ?rr.tWith cious flavor, nib*'and Juicy.
OUr vill mnka brief vlsltt: Vo Mefcli ty tOTrfan'felitton (SEATO) InTha board the Navy aotphlMMw asSault A, 4th Missile Battalion, of i The Finest These tomatoes are a sampleof
In Scivicc t teuaiif-tm !i' )rte recreation atttimamtenuncc. 11* 1't\&uipiiae.. ship USS Okinawa.The the artillery near Hontheim, the high quality produce: that
: Lawe is scheduledto operation' was designed to squadron uses e tactic Dawson entered the Army in July] Joseph' Fbzokos, of Route 4, can be raised right here in our r:
CHARLES A. WARD, !scnarman return to the U. S. the latter train allied forces in the planningand knownAS "vertical -envelopment"which 1962 and received basic trainingat last week brought us a few of county
second class, USN, son' of Mrs. D. part of July.VERNELL] 'execution of this type of as-, Is the flying of combat Ft. Jackson, S. C. lie was last the wry Tine tomatoes he has 1 t
of Freeport, is a crew- sault. Closer working relationships ready Marines over- and behind fcltationed in Korea. Dawson attended ripening at this tftne. The five Mr. and Mrs. Frank ThomasJr.
L.member Jones of the Navy destroyerUSS GAUTH1ER. boat- and understanding among enemy lines. It is homebased at, Tlvoll High School in De- he brou&ht1S all weighed over and family spent the week-
William C. Lawe which is swain's mate first class, USN, son memb nations was an Important the Marine Air Facility, New Funlak Springs. two poUnds With the largest end in Tampa visiting their par-
scheduled to depart this month. of Mrs. Sarah Gauthier of Rt. 1, objective of 'this training. River, N. C. I Army ROTC Cadet LAWRENCE weighing hot far from two anda ents, Mrs. Lydia M. Richards and
for midshipman cruise in the Freeport, participated aboard the I HAISLEY, son of Mr. end half. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Thomas.
Mediterranean.The a Navy attack cargo ship USS DONALD J. MARKUS Marine I Army PFC LEWIS L. DAWSON Mrs. Ike Haisley] Rt. 1, DeFun- He tells us he has at least ten Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Spence
cruise will consist of a Seminole] in a combined sea-as- Lance Corporal Donald] J. Markus -' 23, son of Mr and Mrs. iak Springs, began six weeks of bushels of these beauties still end three daughters of Miami,
underway training schedule sault and airborne combat train- son of Mr. end Mrs. R. B. James W. Dawson, Red Bay, Fla. !intensive military training at Ft. green bn the Vines. are vacationing at the Spires
rigorous] covering all phases of anti- ing exercise called "LIGTAS"May Markus, Rt. 1, DeFuniak Springs! was assigned to the 6th Artillery Bragg. N. C. June 13. Eaten sliced with sliced onions, beach cottage.Mrs. .
submarine warfare. The ship 12 to June 10 under the dir- is a crewnrember of Marine, in Germany June 14. I During the training Reserve dried green, 'tnade into relish, Ernest Hollingsworth and
Officer Training Corps Cadets are catsup, chill' or in'a -salad or children spent; last Thursdaywith
celled: upon to their leader-
prove
t- cooked, we lilt tomatoes anyway her brother and family in
ship ability and demonstrate
and theta
Were of a deli- Cantonment.
knowledge of military subjects on I
this testing ground for future
.,U. S. Army officers.


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VOLUME 73-PUBLISHED EVJERY .THURSDAY DeFUNlAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 2, 1964


LEGAL NOTICESIN BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT w
tr MJP. AdMc.. aurvio IX HatdM&/ I .

of Colnntfa, Gay, woinounce U .
THE COUNTY JUDttB'S) WALTON COMMIT' ,
AND ton FLORIDA. Hatcher on Tuesday June 16', FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND
IN RB-: Estate of

CKC1LB SOT ON c av ds T 1864.Mrs.. Hatcher is the former PRESCRIPTION NEEDS

you and each of you are hereby Marcia: Slayton. eranddaugtiter 01
notified and required to present any
claims or demand. tbs> the late Mr. and Mrs. K. s. MeKenlez -
galu.i
either of cu.ml..blat. of DeFuniak Spin The
estate of Olson. deceased.
of Walton County Florida, to maternal grandmother is the
the County: Judge of Walton County: former Hattie Byrd McKenzie of
Florida, at his office lDh.. Courthouse -
in Walton County.: Florida, DeFuniak Springs.
within six (6)) calendar month from
the date of the first publication of I Rexall
this notice. Each claim or demand Mrs. Marie Douglass Mrs. Alex King's DrugsCosmetics
must be in writing and mutt elate CarwreU.) Miss Gladys Rogers; and
the place of reeldenoe and poet offieeaddress
Mr. T. J. Reardon
leave
of the claimant and must be Thursday
sworn to by the claimant hit agent morning for Washington, D.
or void attorney according or to the law.same will become C.. and New York City. In New

Dated this SU day of June A. D. York they will attend the annual ,
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(()convention-- -International
Mayo O. Johnston.
Attorney for Administrator.
Davenport Johnston Harris ship 1 North. Range 17 West, run
and Urquhart uivuce Mortu I ........ _.._ 4 thins
Attorney for Administrator 1.0 polu. of r.. _.....
201 least Fourth Street hus. a wawa ... wwre-- -....... Gifts All Occassion Cards
Panama City. Florida ..0_W1. .u t8. LMVYia _.. ..
4t-June ll.ia.23-July a_ I 0.4....... 1 ud ... Y..k.s. u..ce ."1UY
I ..> lusts vu poiui. wl: DegtlinYa.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF* SALE ....u u> rcuuuuo anti ouuituua. any
Notice is hereby given that I. Howard I'ltut or: Wai. .LOU oooaiy Mud toe puwtin. -
'"Andy Anderson, ShsrUf. of Wale in sjui to siua __. Mud UMIA Phone TW 4-2281
ton County. Honda by virtue ot ajn osu-a 01 County IDU1O&Ouer. wui
execution issued from the) Circuit mold puolio nearing mm provided by
Court of Walton County on April 7. Cmspter ;U4t. hiocice.. btatuw. tYOc.uuty L
1M4! in those certain tansas therein (.:;unmuuonen room lD Lns
pending In which toward Chevrolet Monty Courthouse: In rfrtvmtrirruiits. DwFUNIAK SPRINGS FWUiRAf
Compay waa Plaintiff and O. D. William 1"101'1." ... at iOXK: clout A. As.o .
and Margaret William were defendants ..i ...... 14tb day of .Jw.,. IBM to
and have levied on and consider the advisability ot spp wrliia;
will cell at public auction to the highest Los said petiton and to uvterouie I
and beet bidder for cash in front whether. or not the County: will vacate o J
of the court house door in DeFunlak renounce and disclaim any' rights 1fS --
Spring. Florida during legal noun ot the. County: nd the public in and i
of Bale on July 13, 108 the following to said lanas or I.Atoort.,1:1,:
described property. to wit oquired, ana to vacate ana oloae,tbot Nine out of every ten forest fires nro caused In man! Bo
One 1960. a cylinder Chevrolet Pick- Same as a public or private alley l""'" Q ,
up True, Model No. K14O4 Manu- I street., road. Highway or other place very, very careful with fires, matches and smokes whenM -
facturer's Serial No. OKH4A 11853.: used for tra.al.AU outdoors. -
are
you
:Sill of Ss-e; at Cost of purchaser.: persons interested may appear
Howard "Andy Anderson ana should be heard at the tlnve, aw .15..0.
Sheriff.: Walton County place hereinabove set forth* r WORK c BX-nWOND s"DRAGON"
.. 4t: June 18. 35. July :1: 8 Board ot County Oonumlaalwen Only you can f J I

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Of:By: Walton Kylea Laird.County ChairmanIt FlOrida PIEI E' ; wi.* lUc AMAZING HEW

r. FLORIDA=- _STATUTES_ ___.u : June 2ft PREVENT FO. r.S': ____ __ _________ . ._
In the Court of toe -: ranc TREA D FADRI\
Walton County: Floss i r.uall. IN THE CIRCUIT: COURT: IN AND __ 1 HEDGE TRIMMER
In Probate. FOR WALTON COUNTY FLOJB>DA -'.
In re* Estate of FIRST JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT e fixed. ell position handle
Charles Edward Nelson IN CHANCKaV NO. SIM i I e lightweight 7- h

To AU .Creditor and Persons Deceased Slaving WILLIE FRANK; LEK. Plaintiff |rS- FOR SAFETY'S SAKE | I .13V4" herdenad cutting' blsde ."atc .

Claims or Demands Against Said VS __ _._ "an I
Estate: 'IMKLISSA MCCUIXOUOR Exclusive handle design gives firm, natural ;;
You and each of you are hereby Defsndaint.LEE Amerlaaa-waivrwayjB'will: be crowded this year u'I: 1 p.i' '''', d qUO grip balanced' control In all positions. 4L
notified and required to present any' r NOTICB TO APPEARTO sailboats and roaring motorboats as they have nevi v b'-';n before. Twig,Interlock tooth design for even cutting '
either claims of and you demands, may have which against you.the or : MELISSA. : : McCWULOUaH UB: But boating isn't all laugh. and smiles. -no slips Saves hour or time give .k.
estate of Charles; Edward Nelson, deceased You are hereby nettled tba. a.amended ._ nester look to shrtbs and t eels. "!'
late of said County to the complaint for divorce has The Coast Guard says 1,000 0. ( $24.95
County Judge of Walton County Florida been filed against you In the abovenamed persons lost their lives in boat ..
at his office in the court house court and cause and you arerequired each '
to serve Plaintiff attorneys ing; mishaps Tear. Mostly ,\ F::: )
of said County at DeFunlak Spr1n1PloFloriei. upop because the i sailors -.... . .
part-time .
,;
.., within six calendar months a copy of :your answer or ': ) .
defense,'"on before) the. don't know what In -.1t/ff'
from the tme of the first publication written or to do emerI - : :
of this notice. Two copies of each 23th day: of July 1904. and to file the I gencies. ;
claim demand shall be in writing original thereof with the Clerk of this. "tH'.mac iAMES
or
of the Nationwide '
Safety experts NEW! PS30PRUNING
court. Herein fall not or a Decree ,
and shall state the place of residenceand l'
post office address of the claimantand Pro Conteaao will be entered against, Insurance Companies have ::7- : I
shall be sworn to by the claimant : J'ou. been keeping their eyes on the _;. 'TALLOUT'tf
his agent or his attorney and accompanied I> NE!: AND ORDERED at DeFunlak, I boating boom. Since the companies ' -
by a filing fee of one Springs Florida this 22 day: ot June, I insure the,health, lives -- SHEARS I
dollar and such claim or demand not 1V04 I II \ loose mts botts
so tiled shall be void.Clarence. I, (Seal) Circuit Andrew* i.i and crafts of these sportsmen ,
Arthur Nelson I Clerk of Court of they're concerned about water +
As Administrator of the Walton County. Florida I safety. .a.. ji 0
I I Iva ; ,, ClatE COMI4tra
Estate of Charles Edward By Atkinson Deputy I Frank Nationwide 0 0
deceased Clyde: :B Wells Laderer fur
By Clyde :B ron.:: I I of THOMPSON it WELLS Insurance safety director, re- the bottom of tho,( 1 h" it. Head' d
Thompson tt Wells I Attorneys for Plaintiff I, ports "boating accidents, cost Into the w.w Attorneys at Law 'McLean Bide. P. O. Box 87
owners about $8 million in an- make for chore 'O
DeFunlak Springs, Florida I DePunlak Springs Florida for clean cutting with less
First publication June 18, 1964 4ti June 15. July :2.: 9. 10 : nual property ossel. Third: Another ci"-ft heads
4t-June 18. 23. July 2. B : "Capsizing is the most common toward you on a collision u effort. Handy
LEGAL NOTICE boating accident i ," says Do this: Swing i larboard ;and thumb lock. 3.JD t
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLU- ,.Laderer. "Another common accident give one short blast on your
TION DECLARING A PUBLIC HEARING First MMiMi.fl, Is hitting submerged obI horn. ..pe..Ire ...,.. Melee, teaks
TO BE} HELD TO CONSIDER THE jects. Many boats are lost or Fourth: Your\ craft strikes a smal Mvileal Out Areas
ADVISABILITY NOTICE 18 : HEREBY OF CLOSING GIVEN A ROAD that I I damaged through fire vandalIsm submerged o'ect, ; water gushes "IJIIIIIIII"'" Adheres. T* Metal Wind.
the Freeport Charge Methodist Episcopal I theft and windstorm. in.Do A .- I' RatkS.r, C.MV.e
Church South of Walton County Insurance AgencyFOB i "It doesn't cost much to insure thf3Jf; 13: with .. N.e.r awes, sets. eel. "I _
itt
have filed oreg t>: requesting I j a boat against physical loss," rags and cl *hme, toward; -
that *the adopt Board a resolution tF Commissioner closing, Laderer aye> "but it does takesome shore-and bo,'I. 50' BANNER TAPE = I. Send h.,.ced ..+. I
vacating and abandoning a road loc- : know-how to protect the Fifth: You ei..ft capsires .........
ated in Section 2O Township 1 North lives of those aboard when an and you'ze thorn into the ......... h..t e,-- .
Range 17 West, described as follows emergency occurs." water. For accurate

Commence West of the 3 chains NW corner and 23 of link the CASUALTY If you think you're a pretty Do this: tlsv, .with the boat; long-distance "_.11...........
BEli of 8E14. Section 20. Town- MABJNC.& good skipper' try testing your it will float ) th-ie are two measuring. ., ...5. ......
skill with the experts. of you, support yourselvesacross sea i., 5865 ..
sVAsUXQMQUqjl FIRK First: You're in open water the keel by inking: turns .> Exclusive, read y P551ised/slsN:
and a passenger falls overboard.Do holding onto each other's wrists. easy White s Ins.. .... w -
Ornamental Ironwork ( this( : Throw the engine "No matter v hint the emergency Clad* line. I ...,...........Pala
kalibiSAOki *i into neutral. Toss him a line. keep cM t' ." the Nation ; .... /lees. testy.t.ss.
yf
Shop Located At GaskinAll i, Circle Second around: You're to pull in him open aboard.water wide"Haste safety and di*carelessness, ,'or emphasizes.can $54!9 ,.s '+ IQ ni o led a10efN vise -. ....,.....kew SeN.sa S _.

s Ml ...
First National Ban and a storm develops.Do quickly chango an unfortunate .1M4If.-
......... .
this Seat ...-
: passengers on boating mishap into disaster
I... ..t. .1_ ___
.m... eua .....
.NEW! HSIO 1 1AMIis .Mdlsita. -**... I. .
Know[ Your Social all earnings from self-employ-

Security Rl&llltMost ment are counted.''These earnings .Wet; J.
must be ineludcd'evcn if
they HEDGE
Eaton Real Estate A .... '
people know: Social Security are not covered by Social Secur- SHEARS uralsaa---
: payments are not made to ity. For employees the total wages
a worker at retirement age unaaa. (not Just the take-home pay) are Ont drop does tt ell with Ptntfa
Insuranee'Agel 2.95 lock
; blister nw mlract set. .
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counted. Any bonuses commissions
.his yearly earnings are limited bolt screw sealant' Just apply aofovw
Thare is no requirement, fees. Vacation pay etc., are Big 8M" h Up drop to set any wood or metal
AUTOMOBILE FRE Ipwever, that income other thanernigaf also counted. For n selfemployedperson ground biota' fattener. Vlbratfen won't sDaka.. K
be limited. For this rea- tho net profit from his notched and *er> 100.not.riectsdbystrsssslabl i : ,

Work Guaranteed INStJBACEBONDS son it is very important that business is counted.. rated to hold foliage. fall-eut Msoiina' : with, water,. or oil. No Bees.

jVQrkejci. know just what income Carey emphasized that investment Exclusive i recoil action PlartJe Lock Washer. O04 A....
Campbell Welding J.co""Yd; as earnings and whatnot income such as dividends hock absorber. .

i.. John V. Carey District Interest on savings, and rentals CLEAN-SWEEP
Rt. 3, Box 143 DeFunlak Spring We represent 8TROIJTREAL'ft' 'Manager for Social Security in does not count as earnings.! Other

Florida Phone Florala 4.M91GOFF'S Panama City said today. kids of income that do not countas MUM ,HAICIU.

Xjfr.scJMBUnaV-Zrom wages or selfqBloyment earnings arc company pensionsor .
income are not more retirement payments benefits

In Rsykl Eartate Rinse A900 thtMao aiaoo for the year the from the Veterans Administrationand r DrWON ::r

wosjtep.will cat all of his benefit similar payments.A .

New Loe* inLak. checks for: the year. If earnings free booklet which gives CHROME PLATED CIRCULAR SAW BLADES tr =::

8.8taD1qDePmdak etc* between $1300 and up to more information on this subjectIs M?I

'1700; $1 in benefit payments is available at the Panama City, !. Cot offf, rip, combVkafil L.. IseMd M viand breq5
Il withheld for each $1 of earnings Florida Social Security Office. I I planers flooring and spoctal .........1sasltala.tom .

HALFSIIES over 1700., Carey said that in fij The street address Is 1135 Harrison plywood cutting sow ore $2.25

TW 45-4441 total, yearly ejK&inj( *. all Avenue: the telephone number I oil available In sizes :slSI') to -

I earned as an employee and is 763-5331. I 12". Each blade b tong las- t---""' ''

. lag. resists rust, grime and : tkltDRto'je 'lIu"aW.I.IIf

JIn I pitch iFI.W, reduces friction and t L METI..
1Ep,1"S't
w*r' :::

makeyou to 2.75 Up :i I --1:


Saves Me A Lot of :I :
COMET aYaat.
Iii
Money, Too! A INN G .

look EALiFORHorH NEW! wM.. i !

Why net tax ..oi.e ot : I
twice your hard-earned dellats F o GS40 DRAW CUT GRASS SHEARS 8 !II

as with a policy on your, THAT .BECAME Crisps cutting action with less I II;
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home that covers fire WOBLDJS+ : ; effort. Cushioned pips for i 1 ,.;

lovely theft liability, wind, extra comfort.

storm and many other DURABILITY H

riaka. Not the slifffateatoMlffatioa CHAMPION

Jo giving ua a j 3.50 I 'lea ,weelaeMey. I

AT DAYTONA! [ sas

call.Harris Insurance ....... C. ss



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