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: October 29, 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: VID00252
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
oclc - 33857908
alephbibnum - 002059593
lccn - sn 95047382
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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The DeFunlak Springs Kiwanis! Walton Honor RollOne

and Lions clubs, working with &ht ,

Walton County Health Ie.partment .
the hundred eighty eight pupils
and the Walton County made tho honor roll for the 4

Medical society will sponsor another f-rst six-week reporting period. OCTODLIt _9 1 4 3 1 Number__47
Sabin oral polio clinic ot) Ire' ided in this number were 14 EVERY THURSDAY DePUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA *

Sunday Nov 1, from 1 until 5 pupils making all A. The list Is VOLUAIR 72-PUBLISHED ___ -

p=re. as follows: "A" Honor Roll Commission Took Benefit Fish Fry e.AtVeteran's

This will be the second! re- Peggy Green Dennis Brannon. Sikes To Speak e
For community center
quired dose in the series which Nancy Campbell .Lou Crawford No Action On

started Sept. 13. Sue Crawford. Michelle Kring Right Of Way Bill At Choctaw Beach
Maude Sawyer, Theresa Wheat, I
Aim of the county-wide pro- Bill Green, Cathy Lasslter. Susan -
Cram la to immunize all the people Drake, Lean Thotnason, Cheryl For the fourth time In recent. Residents of Choctaw Beach are Day rationA t
meeting no fish Saturday. Oct.
of Walton county: against Brannon, Elizabeth Green. County Commission holding a fry t'I
polio. It Is not a business venturein Those making the B-RoIl 12th action was taken Thursday on1 a 31 rrorn 3 to 8 p.m. for the benefit -
right CommunityCenter.
any cense, and Is strictly: a nonprofit Adams tUeBro.on. $6,320.30' bill presented for of the Choctaw -
sponsored by these grade: Leonard cf work by Sen. Clyda Oal- i rch DeFunlak Springs and Waltoncounty
program way
Glcnda Jo; Butts, Dawn I "il d tg First Baptist
four organizations. Colllnsworth leeway. For the children through elementary will find one again honor

Campbell. Jo Ann Julia Ann The special meeting was called school age, there will Number of Absentees To Break Ground Veteran. on November 11, the
the Ann Dickey
However to help defray Mary Roberta Far- account of an ultimatum in aletter be a Hallowe'en parade: at 6 pm. days activities again sponsored by I

cost of th* vaccine: each individ Domal. Edith Drake Foreman Judith on from A. O. Campbel. Jr. of with prizes for the best costumes. C, The building commute of the the DeFunlak Springs National

ual will be asked to donate 73 rlngton. Sue BrendaJones & Andrews, to the There will be door prizes and a County Supervisor M. Baptist church has awardeda Guard commanded by Captain
Garrett, Campbell First
to help defray the cost of Galney, Nellie tails us there has been
cents tIMID electric blanket Burk.
Jones Dorothy Commissioners informing drawing for an alee. contract to Dullard Engineers Edward J. Hammond.
the vaccine and other supplies. Tommy action: on clock radio. Merchants have mare Interact an Tuesday's for the low
satisfactory and a Ala. Stoke
King. Jimmy Laird. Frances Llnd- that unless held In the Inc, of Dothan. First Sergeant Gorg
will be denied the vaccine taken by October 12, donated prlxea and cash. All proceeds tlan than In any to construct thai* committee +
No one Linda Paul, Helen Prescott, the bill was been In af. bid of 133.040 the rerpon
though on account: : of in- I' ry. Rslcy, Cathy Ritzman. appropriate legal action would be will go toward the Community ..tinty)' since ha has rdhatpHmsHca. new educational building a
bility to contribute.: I' Robert Sherry Shaw. Brenda Simmons taken. Center building. fie. Inaludlng. some cording to John Done. chairman. 11!'1'' "'- following le a t

be given at any Frances Stokes Judy Taylor John The bill is. for right of way" Meetings of the Community: Wednesday morning The new building will be pUcdj .ffl QIIMt.t wiD be
will t
Vaccine Up *
did for the held at Rocky tiodgeen side of the preeen'ehurch
Barbara White Frances Sen. Galloway Center are baanra on the east of
the have
work
Teelln
of the following stations over each 4.t absentee ballots Av..
withopposed of Oak
second Friday Live
Williams Susan connection the building on t.30 Sack Rae
Walton high lunch room White. Phyllis: Commission In ......d. In sharp cantraatta : ajn.
county; lunch WaltonCounty McCall, Frances McDonald.llth I > primary construction, on month at 740: pm. Memberships I ala tlana .In the mi*. It will be a 40 x 114 feet 10:00: ajn. Gopher Rag
roam meat general
Tiroll high Andrews Job (8005O-2301. pre only $1.00 a person per-year, story' brick structure matching 10:30 Greasy Pole Climbing
Health Department, Freeport Grade: Mary two projects- ewatyhead' with practically.. naIntaras two : .m.
to family.At with anopen
South the whole building
PO for
S. $2.00
hall Lamar Bryan. Susan Road S3-U. or the present Contest.
Desk Stato
Paxton city: Theresa *..
lunch
room andconnecting
and Job 80001- time the Community walkway on each floor Memorial- Services
Road the present 11:00 ajn.
Cosson :
Maurice Sikes than
.
and Glendale school: house.A Campbell, Bob 8 BO H* tails In this la mare to
toward vralkwayt
U covered
83A- Is working
Marie Dickey Patricia Dickinson: 2301. Stat. Road Center fatal number ef absentee and Flag Raising 1
consent slip for each child Chert Ealum.: Rodney Hardy, Vickie North to Glendale. Road. putting up a building. Residentsare She ballets vatad In the pan tanlnaral the present structure at both 1:30: pjn. Public Speaking

three months through 18 years Jennings, Janie' :: ,Jones Joe The Commissioners agree they recoglzing the need of the alaatlana.PRCSBYTgRIAN, tlonr levels S-OO: p.m. Parade
mUbe completed and signed Martin Jim McCal. Nancy MC- employed Galloway to dobe building and the fact that recreational Housed In the new building AU events will occur on Main

before the polio can be given. Call John McDonald 'Anita work. "1 thing we ought to take' facilities are badly needed M.N'. will be: two Beginner depart. Street In the vicinity of the Caw

Linda Pugh Tyrene Richardson. rctlon one way' or the other said for the youth of the area, so that MRKTINO menus Young People's depart thon State Bank. Cash priaa will

LIBRARY NOTES Moody Dutch Slay Roger Chairman Kyle Laird. supervised recreation can be pro merit Fellowship Hll. kitchen:: be given to the winner of the

Smith Karene Warren Donald Commissioner Hubert Ball l said: ..ided.'I The Presbyterian. Men of Walton nursery suite, a Junior department three events occurring from t:30 t

During the past quarter manynew White John Alex Wllkerson. "I feel the same way I alwayshave. Residents have voted to dedicate county wilt hold their next, an 'Intermediate. depart till 11OO: ojn. Everyone: Is *ncouraged -
1 hire a man to do 'I Center build I music room and to participate. Lt. Robert
books have been placed on Diane When the Community meeting at the Red Hay Presby meet library
shelves of our LiLbrary. The 10th: Lauris Adklnson.Brown Sue I something and don't ask him how ing to the late Claude Metgs.. who tcrlan church on Tux-aday, Nov. the church offices. Also IncludedIn Brlgler wilt be In charge of these

the these volumes has Anderson. Rebecca. i much it will be I pay' him what showed a treat Interest in the will b* servedbetween this construction Is the installation ...nta.
of 3. Supper
selection Bryan, Kay Campbell Marjorie' and sometimes I get It the land for I ember small elevator In' the Bob Bike will be the
been the work of the book committee Edwin Earl Cuchens, he asks Idon't. area, and donated 1 and T o'clock and the of a Cong.
Colvard, that way. Sometimes ofh.* present speaker at 3:00 pjn. Other
-Mrs. Kenneth M. Thomas 11 Hicks, cheaper the building. Red Bay revival, with Julius Cox educational part guest
Durl .JlnuneSOn.Knt.I! : ." which will serve all three high Florida' National. Guard of-
the building
constitute program
and Mrs. H. A.. Tonque. Jennifer King, LealtMay TnomDCounty as speaker will
Paul .
Kelly elevator
adult consumption Sue Verm L wworney u. Junior Coll*. Head for the evening.. The Free nor levels. u.. of the flclaals will be present.DeFunlak ..
those foi McMUlon hs
Among David told the Board Galloway < the Red Baymen will b* restricted to those whocannot
Vanderbtlt's son Him Thank Jolnfn! :
Nelson Exprcwi rort men are 1
are Amy Ann Myers Carolyn and ..Id l .
"The Wedding Moody, completed all he can do In presenting" the supper to:: climb the stain J Garden a.1>

"Book' Book"of Etiquette"by HaHrper. and Mike Gary Pentecost Shelly RoscmarjSanders Pats; condemnation suits are acquired ready U Mrs. A. F. Dullard the meeting. Alt Presbyterian men. Fonnal round breaking cremonlaa wm Meet NoT*.br 4
not
the parcels" the close
held at
file on Committee cordially will be
Reception friends are
Chairman and their -
.
West" Sullivan Bett1'Trut'tt" ;
"Sueide of the Spikes, Eugene Galloway' bill Included service
Western and Sen. Circle DriveDeFunlak Invited to attend.ReKlect of the morning worship Oaroo.
several Vann. Janet \Vatden.rredd1' In con The DaFunlak Spring
There are Patty .
UOO for legal expenses I, Conatrue-
$ Florida November
mystery stories a variety Mary Watson of way; Springs. Sunday, 4 Club will hold the November
,_ some new Warren ncctlon with the right under way.Other .
q of topical books for young Vivian Williams Dear Mrs. Dullard S|>CM' >nard HolLtnd tier U already church meeting" In the Coco Cola Room

I adults and a host of Informative 9th Grade: Donna Beastey.. John work.A statement furntrned- the I want to express) appreciation To The U. s. Senate commute members of are:the Mrs. II:. C. at 9: pjn. on November 4. 1"' .

stitoa for the croup of young people Campbell Sartrtr/ the State Road Department I on behalf of the entire faculty building and Dr The program on Hulh Cwltl
Beth Board by
Blake, flu I Anderson
of 8 and 14. of Okaloos Walton There Is a candidate who lucs.atU D. Mrs. M. 0.
between the age Mike Carter. Janlc* 14 parcels' paid for and staff vstion" prepared by
: shows
More t.e; dozen of new and Campbell.Commander. Elnor Garrett RORCIOlUls in tho lamest of the two projects. Junior College for the reception the qualifications of those who F.. II. Myera.-JI_ Warren Sr. .. expected to he avery ;
exciting books for'*'our Juvenile, Oomflllon. David totaling *18.040. which was held .In our honor last 'say they would Ilk* to vote foe Interesting one.Publidty.
available.The Delorts with payments As a result ol' Democrat who rpresnta the WALTON, MKNUHNOVKMBKN Committee.
afternoon. a
readers are now Donna TJI three of these prvels. Sunday: .
bolder Judy Jr; >n* A note say Ilk. II ..
Amer faculty of the party 1
our :
new "Encyclopedia: tJilhlnehouw. Man totaling $70O. were executed this reception alone principles
shelves. Then France, Floyd \ Is already expressing feelings. ol used to bo-Speaaard L Holland Methodist. Ohwras News
ican" is. now on ovr Christine McDuftteJjrkle handled by the State Ran< 'Pint
Meson, and
toe we are proud of Webster's Lou Burvln Pugh. Jr., closer Its with the paaOle oWalton .who la running. for re-alectlor Montt Uy-lUmburtvrs. minute -
by Price, Department of DeTuadattH 1 XT. 8- ( with\ rice ana gravy, sUadeaa poo.ieC.
unabridged dictionary, given "Patricia SeemS1na1d.fYt procured otin Countyand aa Reeaata1Iasst. shake' Is,. Lass.OeeMas.
| .
were
the Library BBoard in memory Rebecca. ...,.,...Sanders-.. ....... Ae Twc.'paf'Cle'h*...*.*%_! ">)* **.***_>*"*,***M >rtnge.:jsv"selBYsataav,,j'!t. -,slat .. If.Uarats td ns'i Twee .in1 U.I trvnstoes, end ieuiwa...au.sMsehpeaehee toting.. unosor; Nvnbr 1. Dr. B. I..
Mesa ally vMtu.srtthe, ; t>*n cr t '....... ,
who for yearn that < In* MI/PM.q NMn .
r of Mrs D. s. Ol11lt ,.Jtarl.} &1q, wilhe,total of both Jobs of 'I.. ""T""hopand preeum*, yo ( overboard foaorn "htibb 1S1.4ship .
ynember'of the Boant" ; t mJo AmStewart. will express to each of the othei party without tinting rnlik.'JLesdayout., will preach. at the morasng
a
was of the Stacey Jorace: of the exreseee. We fl. sunth for General Kte- took. forward to
aro.Total *
We
A friend. In the memory Christine Sullivan.. Sandra apprslsals of all nareelien persons<<" Involved In the handtlni 'service.
late Mrs. Bernice Eaton, donated Raymond iWaldcnRandy the two projects' .were. 971.286Cormniswloner of the reception our sincere ap people of Florida. are .golnj ton his annual' preaching still. wHa\

,two boks. an Atlas of the Universe % Sutton.Walker Georr*IWallace. l n>lt said It wai predation and thanks for thlioccasion. to return him by a grand major.Ity )- Wednesday Spaghetti with ....

r and "Know Your Heirlooms Shirley Ward Jimmy: Wesley Allen his impression* that the Stal. Road and we hop thy oo. mat sauc*, hot dup with pickles. Rev. Garrison and several attended.-UMMarianne -

-. Williams.8th Department<< .. ready to go ahead Sincerely KchoulHalloween ) green beans", pineapple salad, hn of our church "
i la memory .,f Mrs. A. G Camp- Grade Mike Brocksmtth. with the project Just .. soon ai. J. >K. McCrecker Freeport High Carnival! rookies, rolls& milk. District' ConfarstiaeMondoy. the ...
at
..
friend cave "Ca.tte1lla tlf work &Is comrlctfrt PrealdrnlIfallowrm and draaaIng. Oetohet
ben. Sr, a Caaiady, John FJllott the right: way Thur..7-Tvr.. Panama
America". H. Harold Hums.Another Rdwarad Habbard and "If we want theM hamburgers, field pass, or'* Andrew, Methodist church.
in ),fro and Susan Far rsor. Patricia The Fnreputt ITA' Is sponsoring .. x.eeu.waa Ooodaosv
lIOm"hlnaabout Blahop
book riven by under roads we had better do Caralftl with' nuttMlArln. or.n. City,
Cheryl .* Jallu
: Friday, at 1M
Harbee.n, Carnival for
In Kathy Halloween speaker
the a main
Wooten..t.o end of '
the
John M. It before the !School coconut' king rolls
Paxton with
1 Mrs. A. O. Campbell ion. Debbie Hlnrunt Lee" Ingram At October SO, The carnival' will b*> take"' ronfaranc

memory of Mrs.the Fin Arts"You Russell Johnson. Jeanne KrcganaHooly year I. the present admlnlitration - Xfl gin with a eostwn. parade In the milk and Each: FrMay. afternoon a* t.'
U, -Christ and tthlnghous, lie said It Thursday evening October t"rW.7'-It. ef gravy
enjoy' using all of these: Kin. Gent that promised to d< to remember for enter"talnment gymnatorium at o-IS pjn. ..*.. fish auara ir* have a Ruble. Study Orom
can Meadows Is. a date I with mashed potat HaIL
Martin. Steve .. following' the par Fellowship
and many more Just as goof by Susan Sharon Moo. the work and the money Is now for all at Ute Ifatloweenfamlval Iiamadiat.ly be and puUtw sticks.. Kagliah peas.cherry ? thai meet In the
Moo e.' the following booths will .. 1st. knowtoaj
card at a Sandra ad*, Im.r.* *
out a library In the budget at the Paxton Rental; atPiston eofcUUr roUt milk. Everyone
taking Murohy. Sarah MrcrsDebra flab pond, rail walk houa Bible at ...1....
Sharon occasion+ the
nominal yearly' fee. RoHcrtPeary On the other three Florida.A open more' about
k Johnson Psd ett, Margaret the of horrors Junior game ram aen la under the capable.
Blanch before It
FoulhenlAnlrta th* bill has come up of fun-filled artlvt.tUs. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCRWM I.) attend.
Publicity Chairman'Ctmrtrb << Spence Renton Board fnr consideration, a motto variety lor b gam room, country' atore .koorshlp of Mr*. J. T Btaetvchedvl &
D'.n Trotman beginning at 6:34.: have beentlann.d : -
milk
Sullivan taller, movl.
CJuh Slate* Frieda<<' Ward. Curtis Warren, i .was mad. to pay second Sen. Gallowaybut mad. on. for your' pa...... A few bingo bottl fortune........ cork:: phoning. .allery i Title& Is tel Inform the people: .....r. .* ef Sunday .....Net
.rk Adkliw-n, I there was no be hayrtde .... vuU&
will .
7th Grade: Henry cf the activities a ., dancing. sweet shop and hoi wh are dumping *. ....... Church School.lloo .
Football BaiKKut Mike, Drake Davie l lBoswell. i any of the occasions. dance. (wanes of horrors. grab .: obi building material dd *-4> .
Kathy Alford. Thunda7"m..t.n.. .. no'mo- a togs hamburgers. rah and coffa l-uh( ..... Morning. Worship.t
:
At
ofDaFunVuk .
tentative Jennifer Cawthon Darns the bill and hags, fortune telling target games I dogs and other refuaa, north Youth Choir stohearM -
the *
December 10 is Dale Omnartl Bell 1i I tier was made: to pay etc. Springs Cemetery and ;JO pjn.

.date set for banquet.the Walton sponsored Braves by Carter.?ills. Linda Fort>*#s. JacouellrMGoodwin. the Board adjourned.$ 1 A stag program will be presenU Walton County I west ot the German 'Club that ..L.. pjn. Mthset Teeth ..*...

Football Sean Griswold. GcorgIfalgh. > the Quarterback Club. Joyce Hat. Trick' or TreatFor .. Chasaber of CommerceCommunity .........
banquet committee' .Is nowsak4et I Wanda Ifsrdy, Humphries. A Good c.u- I ptogram may. be enJoyed Calendar sanitary cod. 7:OO ..... Evening *rv/M.
A VJckl and
Holder ., UMa property not
and the away', James of the Phil Mctho. and ta* coronation This U private
arrangements The youth A
.. of th* speaker will b* anaeesoead -' : .. Betty Jones. John Keecans avid did church will "Trick or ,.....1"' ::Ing* and queens of else primary Oct. 29 Noy. an approved garbage pit.Th . .aMell c.. .......IMIltBSdatas
i
w. Uttl, Springs
Edward Lcnns. K n httermvdlato, tojslor and melee City of DarunUk
.
Intscna- n--
.. at a later dat Club meets r> .. Dartocn Ralston Danny for the Children's United Nstkms EYraerteney. Fund high school ......... wilt. UkpUc ., ()cot. M-Ftrat/ Methodist Church tae a ........ pit. south et weal ..

,... Quarterback In the Robbins. Allan Rutherford Salljlianders tonal< 7* b.. .. B. ewe. and enter Uw tat TrUk or n-at--.o-t pm. U I A. HJghway. N. Lets dispose off tho year
Tuesday at 7;JO pjn. Thursday nJ." .. October .. Ifatlowven Carnival Tho first aieethisl
rh JaniFUnson t 2* PaaUm
l KIg> hSchool Auditorium. Martha, Stewart Thomas.I (wren the hours of T-AO: and MQ,. tusn t contest, too, sod win a prisefor .40 sari, .f our garbag. refuge, et.. |. aa far the Wk...* CewetF ......esAneslstle0
Strickland.'
Paul I Your contributions to this unmetdeserving the heat sees I ort.-u:: lI.u.ow-w.. c.r- approved) ple. fleet sits.. M a lest.M .
rharcr. Charles. Trolman. Gary will be greatly Don't snlM. this as+ >re. a-rear. eveot. Frport Pta* etrerve all no 4usnp4ftisigns. b 1M ...... ...
.
.
...... _- s Grosjo Ward. Lila Ward Roger White.RusY . cause Xveryon to. wstisim to altond. vlval-..I'| pm. .. 0.S.ber L
'RsYa Ammm't Show appreciated.! Oct. Xt-Walton' ltallown," Car- *. haaebrame TMreiay.
Com early. and ..., late. Frank J. bnewL! U. t l.ah-dlud.. I W

annual--, show for the ROat StOOEM CarnivalAI N... Walton County: II1Umy I The. .W ewe.tho ..art graoao sd 1 ..'
_
.
Halloween
.fte tint H... >-> *441a .seer ..A'N<
sna'r t/ln4.y Aaroel.ti.u dtaaeat, November will b* held 1stat I paaad Mrs. away Saturday In Rtehmnod afternoon,,,I School Th doors will swing to the open Glendale st VSO K* iran4 Jmttut 9,tmtiUwmt Cam ofTalTstiasaesw C.o.ru.1aaI of C. I"-rd-T u--1 00. mo /. IOWAND seeker... . liar .. -= was
aNt
17. wOl cadent
Paranatidaw October Octets 3. to of the
r CIrcle D JUach. xoonrvd to DFucOakHprovfts on Thursday night. I Itosl. rtssaiilsilasjHtwrrh Nev. a .Funiak/ Eastern Star- Jsrkeei. K4arar. .<.U. a.i. Call Oaldan .
la free. and everyone La. Sh welcocn ""7"JIM n* to th* Ifal- the try Mr. llrH dlvisiew. ., the ..... H..MB.d.M 1
Fie,. 74O.
Xti lmmt Kovemhr : COWMmwnlty.
from a.CamlnL cleric erenlng? at TjOO; 77. a.f UM liMwh Grove ......... antlhsg Marry ,
anl.rtas..' shows promise& to and resided hr from 1M3 until You might win the lovely",, dent. I tttrough !.>.*. .. ...... J.yn.-f Ae\- . died. Wadneajitay lUght, 1M a and ........ seer y
LM rtgwn
,lean asal DeFunlak Sprtnavi IM$. Sh then moved to 0..1 I'Mh time. .. you pUy.,on*, Cost grew up !. DeFMnUk' ....".. Daringtnn A.-TM. Ovtftferr 31. 114 b. a local. boo the pt dmL ... 1Alttr
.
frter. A-If 00Kiwsael2al.
b0 ttdtllsg with DatbertUMM wills and had raided< & . garner pits er* aor4 *- and ha maay friend sad reUailvea Liens rr ....LaL A entire *f Coffee Caaanly, Wiliam. .wWme 0f 1M .....
Y tn.. .sAed the eight years.Mrs. f UM many tm Ibis ..... This. entire. : Pied. r..W-S In. W..... seas. ......
...... far lo WRac **- mond let pad *' ef a price. There wOl L.teale Club730.Lithe. AI*. he ton high ..*... ...... wend
_ZLT Keystootng. Rogers served aa a public ford frv en. u nt begin with the as astoy .v.rnln .1 Quad.vbenk s_at ly foe, In* pat 49 yr 1 d.
..... *. of fUllctoua. else .1'
.....
LtiYag.
. Day-ohwwd
4 Merl school teacher for thttty >< 1ae18 .... sae three pert, tartatnmvnl .visan. swrrloa.. Th ..%>. Nov. 4-Mbwl2O. ... aftaraaaafrom Thoosrttl .
inrtwded: I' and morn' irwr. Wool yen >j ..4 I a| a'JO |.. Friday Fattnaary.Mr .
rid .
*
T OUADUATta Arr4 Ma.ara ef Rlahaweee. Va, Itr .. aarsiiatly lsnHi .. att.n4., i.. Walton u.U.I : UM naawh Grew Chunk MM 4

CO ovCKsTTT MHXIMOCOUMSCM David Rogers of KartMUl.. N. Y. join us? ( wtir ruv, DUa. tl. ........ NOT'..

TRUCK Lewis fU> crs of Catheov M. J, ..... ..... Claude Saute. ortfLM/fey. *. Anita c--, Fya'Mat' a

Jr. *f Cr.*l FordCsuhoa ewe MIl asses Mrs Less. Lonsv interment followed is taM Xhaabee tho tTaltaaaAawrrtcan eaerll tsalt eat _.

Pocfcett.heea e corttfled+ ae a grad bldth of TaJlahktaaa*. on* bell Valley.. C.*....ry.. wish Camaa
aeveawwS back:: sfl t rvthrr. RMAI. Edward Sager elAVrxandrU lwnaal' Hneae. .NtSllf.. Itk* .. ash. that tie ..... ....'

Mt of the pro Ford Motor C. Vo.. a4Jrt grandehlUorvn .n.l
sac coora Marktta at InatMnto. and! fire great grMMtctondrro.Funtal ... Tr"wi. M_ Cdwer**. >V...bGrwv ., ....... .. f.iJ1'<

nrisaila" to. *o. ef ..-.sealer..eakM '. s..''rvWa 'w.seer> c* MSacird *. __ sees DMMI4 If. r
The esasrso the laatttuto Cor. Fordthar from. th* Cbpl::: tat Clary TfesK < .r"*> and f wr dw4"t va: Mra.Ofta . .. Mr. rlereMMr .....

at iisiistMisnl and Raise.Iar eras. Itnm' TttraAky7 momtsig .1 I ItoM. ................ Mr*. TSUn. Floyd" Carsao la) MA __ me.mettel .

,0atelaes. Selbjett :; Th. jtnrfrswMl Lanegslee i iO and. ...... r etsyM word., all Wli cads toof. .. ...... team

.. .c.. were aasasiee.a..neat end ..... rrtMa ettktat..l Dottal fat : rh Or.**.., and.. Mra. /vaal L** .... ....... tiBssb to. 11115anus.

.... frao..... fns dealers one Moved.. In the MsxssUe Cemetery, M0rt.**-ry. af *KM| fur. Tar* ,
dn..elti4ag fi k ....n r, Mask. C4wrd.
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Fatton Ray White .

New Harmony Hollneu Church \,
Pacton Leo Mizell

Indian Creek Baptist Church yyy. k k21jMktIL kL .
Wilbur Kelly Pastor
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Davis Lane Baptist Church .
Pastor Orvls Miller ; ..
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Rev. Marvin Taylor I ,\;
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rreeport PresbyterUn ChurtnOlendale -
PrembyterUa Church
... Bay Preabytertan ChureaV
John M. Ash, Minister,i iAgatha's 1 1YI

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Circle Drive, Wee
Rve. Langdon Garrison : ,

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hurler Ouy, Pastor -.

Alaejua Center ...... Methodist. : i
J. A. Anthony Jr. _
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Darlington Methodist Church' ;
Rev. C. C. Colvln ..
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Ponce de Leon Methodist Cburehu: " Tt
Rev. C. C. ColvlnDeTunlak .'

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W. O. WlUhaso PMtfl. < .".' 'r,:. .,,,,

seal HapUst Church. ..
Richard lUoodworth. Putor .,
Baldwin Av.... B*.tlet Ckureh ., .N "

W. Bmldwte Avenue "(c .+. t.#. # '
Rev. Wilbur I1. Cotton PYtor"H.rthsld. "

Baptist Chureh .
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...... a..Ia Is often the mirror of our emotions. It is sometimes of man's universal reaching for God. In the prayers .. -cVEadrWeek

haste the reflection of our character. that hundred million lips have framed. In the hymns . ri:, .r:1r': :,'<< :11&

rrtv-.a.... Ba.tat chi V ak ..;, and psalms that generations have echoed. : :; ;
C. I ester Weekly Pastor But almost never does the face reveal the needs of ,-:

Catkin 8ou&la'SQUat Church::: the human soul. Like some artificial mask it can look God alone fully understands the needs of a human

It.... Tucker Anita satisfied when the soul is starving. It can look calm soul. He who created us knows what is essential for r

a....... Baptist Ck-uieki I when the soul is troubled. It can look content when the His creatures. And when we come to His House, trying .;- '

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atone Baptlei Chureh while,.H. is supplying them, satisfying the hungers .
Rev. 'Pastor .
Cony Black "
How then can, we react our soul's needs? of the soul. a ,
New .......... ,___ChtisM:: :'
Rev. Kenneth KAcPleeeant tK I
.Ii. TMat CHURCH 'OR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH
Oak Onwe >ww C er, I
Kenneth VTadla. Pastor The 0Nnb1a.Uana": & factor: larly and support the Church. They -
on earth for th.buikUav*or characare: (1) For his own sake. (2)) For
..... Baptist Church Isg.sddtfwp.Iti.aatorehischildren'ssake.: (3) For the sake ;
Charles Kerby, Pastor Jaouw of.spe.l vedueav Without a of hill community and nation. (4)
CHarctfriMlHiir democracy For the aaka of the Church j itaelf.Copyright .
Ride BaptM tltst i'
Rev.,JanesR K1Dcb1a 194K nor \\tm\km\\ \ .(ma survive. There which needs' his moral and material.
..Utar AdvarUatae. Service.lac.aN.four ...... .raaeonavwhy,every support Flan to go to church reINz..brrLVL :-
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church: ; person should attend services regu larly and read ;your Bible daily. !
n... rioyd Garrett

... 8Q Baptist Chtritti
... T. R. PadgeURev. {t Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday TMlrsiay Friday SaturuJr
Palma John .JOhn II Corinthians .-
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Ivan aCarUa -

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...- Clash.
Aubrey Todd FoUowiixi htef es cd lud virwis and! iiissEifcMishments: .

a.u..v'A.ac.hffr.t .........;
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Ot ..v A OOOO MAMOWAMK TOMS PLOMBINQ HEATING'Ir1r1LVsnO .I'.
Pasta. A--- r Oatl
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W. A. Wham ". -CALL OS-
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CarJ' Comander Funeral Riff and Chevrolet

Cluster Bpdaga -.u.t ertw. FORD CAIN'S .terSenice
Harold Smith.Moecy ....... Peoples DIr.1e7.L6'c... Home CompanyVOLmm
;_ Head BapttatFloyd ......... BtMdard Station CompiOf 1VSA. 1I ''IE'---II ,...;. fs. ..
* .. .... MtCER COMANOER- L. I.WASMNN ...
I Garrett AcMleF OIL COASTAL n.O"IDA <
Argyle BaptistRev. IIIaIea G"uall.G Cboct:1wbatchee t\

Lee It1edLk. RITZ THEATRE iliiir nil '-tt-esltGsReady Electric Cooperatiye i
Healy Koerbe.e .
Stanley BapUstRev. CS t
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Plea YOU .JUOV ttTTR LIVIMStIL
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What About WHERE DOES GOLDWATER
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CANDIDATESWASHINGTON Harry ioldwatern own st a tame nt tss

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-: water's record? a sa lifememberof

the National Association for . believe completely in vigorous ('n. t '

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."; People I has been compiled in pam .,' r
1 Wsihlncton star, July 19, ,1004 y
distribution
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population. ?_; "I agree with you that it la morally

1 BARRY wrong to deny men employment because 1 of "

.,.' The pamphlet was paid for and rnre.! color or creed. .

4 t distributed by Goldwater Miller Letter to Chicano 8un. -?Imes, June 18.' 19414' '

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;It . of Columbia, Republican "It HO happen . I believe It in both -
). ., Committee 729 15th Street, GOLDWATER( wi"u and just for Negro children to attend' ;.r

r: N. W., Washington 25, D. C: them the lAme this schools opportunity as white carries, and with that It to strong deny'

20005 Telephone 638-3730, Carl
4" ... Implicationii of Inferiority.
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'. ShipleyChairman. Conscience: of a Conrvstlv. 1".0
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"I am unalterably opposed to dlscrimU j
,. Reproduced here is the actual nation or segregation on the basis of race
content of the pamphlet Riving i I : or creed or any other basic . .** "I Am unalteraably\ \ optx. >*.>d to dlscrintUnntlon ' J.

1 ro records of both! the Republican 'L.. s..o. Angeles' tl.raWrsamtn.r, AUK. 8, 1964 colt or segregation creed** on the basis of race .J

Democratic candidates on j / ." x % .>.*-v .. '
l' and n.r.-Jonal RecordS-nat.. .ru... I to tpe"i war,

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; How They Stand On Negro Itights .(


Ilefore 1057. LIU' voted against Negro c: I

SENATOR GOLDWATER ACTS: LOOK AT JOHNSON'S RECORD riKi.t 100% of the time. !

-, e From I 11)57 to 19 '., Donated to Legal. Defense Fund Mari at the 19G-I Democrat National Convention; against. civil rights. COTfc of the time. .' 1 [
;\,' : copa County (Phoenix) NAACP an early a* convening Aug. 21, President. Lyndon Johnson to abolish the'hoenix i
1951. threw his support to the Illy-white Misslnnlpiri e 6 I votes against proposals
delegation and worked against' the seating of, the poll! tax.
Council. .
I City .
1,1 A* a member voted to of desegregate the restaur.rt't"dom" Party delegates. e 1 vote t supporting. the perpetuation of
Goldwater segregation 'In the District of Columbia
-.i.,. ant at Sky Harbor Airport. . D. C. Democratic party chairman Joseph
Employed 17 Negroes, several in bit.Jlauh Jr., knows that Johnson (Is a hypocrite on e 2 votes against proposals which would
"I of a supervisory nature, In the Goldwater civil rights. Hut according to the Washington prohibit and punish the crime of lynching. !
S atorea. Over 4% of the employees are Negroes << Post I Hauh has lost his nerve or hula lapse of e 2 votes In support of segregation In the .'
1, although Negroea compose only Vg of memory: Armed. Forces.
of the population in' the Phoenix area.
1%
whkh would
0 votes against. proposals
M Kauh denounced as N
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',.., --, Aa Chief of Staff Goldwater of the handed Arizona down Air "betrayal Four yearn John ago F. Kennedy's selection of have prohibited. discrimination: In Individual '.'san .
Guard. CoL
.Ii...........,. ._. National order that segregation was henceforth Mr. Johnson aa a tuning mate. lie struggled federal programs. ": 1
Dis
floor to keep the
u to be banned in the Air Guard. on trict's t.h.banner convention from joining the Johnsonnominating At tho 1050(} Democratic National 4G ,'

G In 1959. he proposed creation of a per I parade. Convention Johnson in his own ,
manent Commission on Equal Job Opportunity \
a Under Government Contracts. / February 1963 Rauh denounced! .. ,,1
.. 'rhean word Hummed up his stand on NCKTOrights ...
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for demonstrating
Johnson
Vice& President
Senator Goldwater has proposedand a cloture vote "once again that his first I {f.t')
a ; supported amendments to 1 labor loyalty la. to the Southern racists. : ;'
would It all changed within the last year and "
and public welfare bills which not and never have bn an '4\
: Joe Ilauh has been transformed Into an sr- "I 1 am now
prohibit discrimination. For example, dent Johnson admirer who has .been wined. advocate of Civil Itlghta. I don't think 1 ., J

Goldwater proposed a amendments and dined at the White House and has counseled ever will be."
1963 the President on civil rights. In thDistrict . Civil lUghts about which .'; t
Youth Employment Act of banner This program ..",+'
+ the under the
primary, Rash ran have heard so much .U a farce and a xp .
toe.! ,,_, ? to: of the Ulnted Democrat: for Johnson. you ham an effort<< to set op a police: state In :M..' ''I'IbecaUM
Prohibit the Director from excluding w..h&&...... ..... Auw.t U. 2M. the guise of liberty. 1 am oppose' *! to thatprogram I
persons of race creed or color. I fought it In Congress.
.. Prohibit the Secretary from excluding AtMtt*. Tesss. Mar M. ,I"* '.
I f .. from classes on the basis of race Lyndon H. Johnson hall fought vigorously
people believe' that the proprawdi d anti.1 '-II
creed.Provide civil rights leRiAln"I
color, and nxainftt' unconstitutional . .
discrimlnatioa is. wholly'
that there should be no tax measure
1 and voted against it*-39 time to use my freedom.
In the use of the resource andfacilities tion I think I have the right
i' supplied by 'the act, and gave the out of 50. When LILY was a senator to speak and stand on the floor of tho' !(.n-.
.. General the rght to enforce this either for or against ate as long ... I have the wilt the dtrmln
Attorney vote
had to
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provision.Phohtbit Ill lifetime voting record .
: the Secretary of Labor from civil rights. sure.
f r providing assistance. .. under the bin to areasor is solidly aagainst Neftro rbC'ht' On Uw frmtt rio.*. )fa.h.. t IHJ

, t localities whkh practice discrimination.


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SNOWDRIFT 59cCustomer SELECTION OF HALLOWEEN!

y i.. 3 Lb. Can CANDIES.AND FRUIT ;
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Of Shortening With $5.00 Ort
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CRACKERS 1 Lb. Box WE GIVEVALUABLE
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BACON 2 Ib pkg.. 89c

FRESH GROUNDBEEF

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Truth Fryer Fresh Fryer These Apples. .
BREAST, LB. 49c WINGS LB. 19c For Are Dunking Excellent I BOX
l'r'"h Fryer Fresh FryersBACKS With $5.00 Food Order Or More
LEGS LB. 43c LB. 15c
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER& 29 1964For
73-PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ,DeFUNLAK SPRINGS FLORIDA ,
I additional Information on office or write to the Florida
needs to be seriously considered. We all cedar and Arlzonia cypress; $::5.00 lands, they pay the woods worker i I how to make your pines pay,I''I Forest. Service, Tallahassee Flora
THE DeFUNIAK{ HERALDCombined per thousand tor Catalpa) ; and find the industrial worker wit!1':' contact your local Forest Service ida.
the
know the make-up of next Legislaturein SI0.00 per thousand for eucalyptus employment and they pay ii I I
with TilE BREEZE Tallahassee is going to be Democratic,| and cottonwood. terms of improved prosperity for

Debimlak Spring, Florida and we are going to be a lot batter off witha Seedling application forms are the entire state.BAKER'S.
Democrat representing us there. provided landowners on request.Or .
Published Every Thursday at ;. See our fineSelection
they can pick up the necessary ,
'ifr DeFunlak Springs Florida We like the Republican candidate. for Re- forms at local ASC SCS or County I
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Are Agent's offices as well as local of .
presentative, but we feel James II. (Jimmy) Florida Forest Service installa '-'"
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico Prescott, the Democratic candidate, can do tions. Due to the demand, seed- v Gift

Secoad-Clau Postage PaidH. more for our county for two reasons-lIe lines are sold on a first-come, UPHOLSTERYAND i8
first-served
C. STOUUS. Publisher 1024-1083 will be n Democrat in a Democratic Legislature basis. Ideas. .
Order sizes from 500 ,, $ ;
vary
HOWARD STORKS. Editor. Publisher and he has the advantage of two to landowner needs.upaccording .

SUBSCRIPTION: yers experience in Tallahassee as our Rep- Almost 30 percent of Florida'i TRIM SHOP
Walton and Adjoining CounUas--..$3.00 Per Yai resentative.So forestUmd U owned by farmers,, Lay-A-Way now for Christmas and
) much of this in farms of 160
Other --.. MJO Per Year far as our state is concerned, we feel' or Ie... The order for 2,000 seedling acres- TfcFurnitureUpholstery Other occasionsCome

we will be better off with a Democratic receives as much attention
The Perfect Series Governor in this Democratic House and and care as the order for 200,000.

Well the recent World Series was the Senate we will have and are going to votes'I products Increased depends production largely of on forest the Scats by today

perfect series as far as we are concerned., for Burns, and on the national scale, we forestry programs of these land- Auto I And select your

The Cardinals took It In seven games which feel the nation will be better off with a'' trees owners.are Each planted year, others, while are some har Covers S !' Gifts early .. .

was all right, but there were a lot of other Democratic President: along with the Democratic -: vested. One purpose of the Forest '' Rhodes

things that added to the occasion. Senate and House of Representatives Service nurseries is to provide *Boat Seats Jewelers

Of course we know they could have takenit and will vote for President Johnson.'' seedlings who to own these two-thirds 93,000 landowners ofi' ? 9th Street. ''

in four straight, but they arc no showoffsand -oOo the state's forest area. Phone TW 6-9211
DeFunlak l
Springs,
know that there a lot of other people It's Better In One Way I "Planted Pines Pay" is a slogan Bruce Avenue Fla. $
who regard baseball as The Game, and the : often quoted in forestry cir
We hear a lot about how dirty present cles. They pay the landowner in DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
wanted them to have a good time. Presidential campaign has become. It increased returns from his wood

' Branch Rickey got out of the Cardinal IIUt mnv,) tw OJ'" rninrh. .in .pots. but__w there W.-_ have--- been'! _
organization and that suits us, for he wasa worse. It is nothing to the scandalous name _

trouble maker ever since he came to calling hat went on between candidate

them. lie apparently was responsible forgetting for this office sovera: decades ago, and I ,---------------1

rid of Devine and Keano quit be- and in one respect it is far better than the 24 HourDEPOSIT I{ [ (!! ([ [

cause of him we suspect, although you campagn of four years ago. We are refer- I ___ MOffM THIS COUPON I I'
would never know it from Keane's gentle nig to the religious prejudice aspect of I a y" "OM'nr*t yew On rIt's :: !I

manly letter of resignation. had said that campagn. When we mentioned i In SERVICE I 4 > I I1Cii
all along during the latter part of the season
these columns that we intended to vote for ;) 1

we hoped Keane would get the pennant Mr. Kennedy, because we thought he would I ,r WORTH 8c
I Ir
and them quit, after the way he had been the two major candidates, e
be the best of o T ..,..... ... _
treated by Rickey's hand-picked general I P'I"- elJMdugeef
you never saw the like of the hateful letters NIGHT DEPOSITORY ... -..I
manager. Wo notice his letter of resignation that I
based the premise
we got-all on
was written during September to be I I we would be voting for a Catholic. I Use our convenient envelope] drop. I C I

delivered after the final day of the seasonor A former good friend wrote two of the I No I r r1ibb '1 1I
| is
_
I key Deposit supplies
the final day of the World Series as the .nastiest hatefullest letters we have received necessary. J I .I I.II
case might be, so this was not done in a ,
in this bus!- are furnished and receipt will I
over a good many years your CHOCOI.ATK; CHI COOKIE
moment of pique, but after considered ( 46 WITH ALMONOat I

thought.Yogi { sand ness,Prcs.and then Kennedy when won the she campaign wrote one was more over I be mailed the following day. f 43. ghedmow4f I

getting the axe didn't bother us time to tell us she hoped wo destroyed her I I %6 or any Jackson Cii I
too much although we liked him as a player 49o Package
A religious publication we receive-I BANKBYMAILAsk 1 LImIt
letters. On. Coupon To A I
but we are glad to see them signing Johnny denomina- Four flavors I Family .
mouthpiece of one of tho major Offer up,re* Deo. 31. IBM 1
Keanc and now we can root for the Yankees us for free bank-by-mail envelopes. r Grocer: authorlaed
with after of to choose from Yaggen
filled page to act
tions-was page i a in.rn- I
for the first time instead of pulling for Every mail box Is teller's window. I in*; this coupon. Jkckaonrepreaentatlve -
denunciations of Catholics and of the candidate a Oatmeal I t.: will redeem
In the American League I
he underdog team thl coupon for So provided
John Kennedy because he was a O you nd the customer have I
that was closest to tho Yankee. Chocalmons J compiled with. the term of
Catholic.If I thl otr... Proof of
And then the Cardinals signing Red Lemon Jumble J Q chMe of .undent pur0
Pres. Kennedy accomplished one thing P. kce* to corer '
Schocndicnst as manager was the toppingon Peanut Butter I prevented mut b* furnih-
for this country, it was to forever demolishthe CAWTHON STATE BANK( O eel upon request. We will I
the cake. Ho has been ono of our top and Honey I not honor r.d. m p t Ion
favorites during the 20 years or BO we have idea that a man should or should not DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA. I Caah throuch redemption outelde veju* enele of I

been following\ ,tho Cardinal. and now we be elected for any office on account of hit I I o-'.rkeen C M kle "-. =-
.
and the .Idea that tho lope'would c sss ,
ran continue to be for them with pleasure religious, Member

and for tho Yankees in their league. take over if a Catholic should be named Federal I Deposit Insurance Corp. 'L J I

One further thing we have decided to Preudent has already been forgotten, as it f rS. ft-'M' 1

do is buy a share of stock in Anheuser should be.

Uuch and ono share of stock In CHS so we ---- oOo---- --:- I

can own part of both the Cardinals and the The nation lost a great and good American .
Yankees. in the death last week of former President !.

----oOoYe ---- Herbert Hoover. It was his fate to tins
weThis rt r )
*. You Can Split the TicketIn bo President' at the time World-wide depression repe

answer to question we have been came Into being and while for a

asked about next week's general election while he was blamed for It, the devastating is the

yea, you can vote for a Republican candidate results! we aro glad that people of good-will,

for ]President of you wish and then all over the whole world eventually saw him "'

vote for our local Democratic candidates. In his true light- n great man a great 65 Corrair!

At ono time there was a circle printedon humanitarian and ono who was in no way ,

tho ballot In Florida ono at the top of to blame for the world-wide depression.

each party, and a cross mark in this circle Today, as a nation we can leant from his

automatically cast a vote for each of that Integrity, his uncnmpromlitng honesty, his

ivirty'n CM ml It hit ca In tho election. feeling for all mankind. Ho was truly a great

However, thin is no longer done and it man.

is. necessary, therefore to place the cross i oOo

murk, on a i uper ballot, or pull the handleon Thc Florida; Education: Association is op-

tho voting machine for each candidate ported, we understand' ', to the Amendment No.

tor whom you wish. to vote. .I on' next week'n ballot. This amendment'

"'c have no quarrel all with those and would' allow tho capital of the state school

there ore many of them In the county, who (fund to bo spent for capital outlay purposes'

plan to bolt tho party so far 'is tho race for state Institutions of higher, learning,

for President III i concerned l. and vote for Including junior college"( and high schools.

Harry Goldwater. Personally we ugrttt This state school, fund come from the one

with n friend of ours who like us. la not section land In each township given to rT -

tow enthusiastic about amy of the candidates schools many years ago and now stands at i lirl

\ but ways If f ho Is going' to be unhappy about $12 million. (The land' recently given

with his choice for Presdent. he perform tu the State Park Hoard near Gray ton and

to be unhappy within the frameworkof MMtgrove Bench U an example.: ) At the

his party: than unhappy also In somebody present time the Interest U being used" ,, and

eltc'n. party. he prlncliwl I II' not touched. Wo dont know

much about it. but If the FKA days
too
j At any rut, no matter how you vote on to along Y
willing go .
,rote No on Four we arc It. i
' tho national I issues there Is one matter
't that with the I'uaarcstlon. ...-.
right here at home In Walton county .-- -
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1: landowner order hi.IUn&1l.. ad- j .
Nunrrl' farmers have time off town otheragricultural and when to .
Florida' Tree "ra"'C"ea.1U.' they'/ vises him en 1"ac"n. -
Fur Shipping him obtain a treepi -
Prepare w.lf'lor the watts sun of spring plelhcI 'St Carrair Meets< --Door Sport -
.
and Selo-whit
needed)
U
winter's enforced dormant I I '-*n tine machine ( Umgtr.trooariar acs BoJy by Fiaiur
In late NOYft1\ r. rlorldal.three .* .YaM old fieldsand U often available to provide
state nurseries' will b* the bunOVH'petted to paint areas a lash I I inatructiona when the trees are If it doesn't look like any Corvatryou roomier,t"asler.to.entf'r' interior of 180 hp available In the
aren of brisk activity as. thousands .- seedlings, planted.- ever saw before, that's be- smartly turned out with .uppfe top-ot-
with pine up. the-line
of pine Mailings' are prepared g1hhe I I Tree. planting I* not a new avUlr Corsa models and up to
green put plantations cause there' never been a Corsair holsters a racy Instrument .
for t.hlpmflt0 Florida young the state'skiggest In Florida. State Forester panel 140 hp in Moruas. and 000'x. Jut
of
landowner Approximately es represent one The C. II. Coulter I f I million tiny, green __Iina. will Income' producers., value ofnorid. plant. In* in IB2S. In that year. new
be lifted, trapped and shipped wholesale manufactured r.ooo'JM1I .wens planted. Sine allero's ..
;:
la annually and
.'. forest products : *
for replanting. _half billion .i then. roe and one-half billion
of cutv In access of In the
( The reforestation have been planted
arras is a weatonal activity; in dolara.. This Jerome U shared seedlings plate s..oS......'U.I....,... for'c3..Cih.er f#1.CS.r.il..r CAr1r pr Cor'r.Ir. f. .
,. "the state. Each year, new silos ,uy- the landowner woods worker This year approximately. M .gge-.JftivaiI .... ....."
_* are prepared for planting by tM forest Industry employe* and all million pious ratstpa, eucalyptus,
*"*.landowner< who obtains his young of Florida's cttlsens. cottonwood, cedar and Arise***
trees' from the Florida. Forest Many. of the small landowners cypress' seedliiwere- produced CI.ev..olet
Service. The pa nt)in* season obtain direct" ...Ulanc. from toe In the state mtrwrtea for landowners : Company
3 usually stretches from late November County Farm Forester with theta Theve seertUnc. werePfKlocwd
t thl"t'JU&hr17 February. planting NCT....... The Farm far sale at tot of PI9- 7th
t The three-month planting aea- Forester an employee of the tfuction: ,..00 per thousand. roe Sit 6- Nelson Avenue DeFunialc Springs Flerid. TW6257IVQLUlIE
'son.comes at time when many Florida Forest Service, helps the pines; MOO per thousand for ,









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PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY DeFUNIAK
SPRINGS.
FLORIDA
THURSDAY OCTOBER 29. 19A4




Y VOTE for DEMOCRATS ,




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Be a DeD'locraiVote I the Whole TicketALL :Ar



YOUR COUNTY )DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE URGES w\

YOU TO VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT ALL DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES

ON THE BJ-\LLOT-ALL THE WAY THROUGH OUR COUNTY CANDIDATES -

UP THROUGH THE STATE OFFICES AND TO THE PRE

SIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. THEY ARE WORTHY OF YOUR

'1 SUPPORT BE A DElIOCRTVOTE THE TICIETLI4: THE[ WAY.TO .

VOTE for a person whose name Is printed on the ballot. pUco a cross" (X) mark in the square
at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire- to vote. To vote for a person whoso'
,4 name is not printed on the ballot write his namo in the blank apace provided for that purpose.

Electorsfor JUDICIAL COUNTYFor For Justice of The Peace DUt.'' No. 6
Presidentand for Justice of the- Supreme- Court. (VOTE: FOR ONE)
VicePresidentVOTE Group No. I County Judge
(VOTE FOR ONE) (VOTE FOR ONE) D I
( FOR GROUP)
For Justice of The .Peace DUt. No. 8
DEMOCRATIC B. K. ROBERTS SDem JOE DAN TROTMAN l((11em (VOTE: FOR ONE)
LYNDON B. JOHNSON
For President '
9'
For HUBERT Vice-President II. HUMPHREY' For Justice of the tiupieme Court For Clerk Circuit Court for Justice" of rfieP7nce"lUTTN I o.
Group = (VOTE FOR ONE) (VOTE FOR. ONE)
(VOTE FOR ONE) --- ---
REPUBLICAN '' ==0
HARRY M. GOLDWATER: : E. LEO ANDREWS (1)ern!
E. HARRIS DlIf"or :\\
For president AP!'!!!) j I For Justice of The Peace Dint. No. 10

WILLIAM\ E. MILLER\ ._ (VOTE'FOR- ONE)
For VicePresidentFOR I
} Justice of the Supreme Court. For Sheriff _. D
WRITE IN Group No. :0 I (VOTE: FOR ONE:)
VOTING FOR ELECTORS FOR (VOTE FOR ONE)_.__ \VA1i1)i"Antl ly 'TtNUKKSON": For Constable VOTE' District' No.. 1
( FOR ONE)_ _ _
PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT:- m>> .1 -"'
(VOTE FOR EACH) RICHARD. KRVIN 1(Dem)
I W. P. MILK3For" : ..__ Dem
1 1 I
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1I For Judge, District" Court of AppeaLt For Superintendent of -
I First; ..\pPt'IIaleJjctrld: Public instruction" Constable I Dl trlct NoT2
(VOTE FOR ONE) (VOTE FOR ONE:) (VOTE FOR ONE)
I '-

1 str JOHN T. W1GGINTON' (I Dem) JOHN f:. BALDWIN! =_(I Ient:)g =J CECIL: CAWTiKWFor __ (Dent 1 I


_ .. _._ _
""STATE; For Taxp.'or Coni talTfe"lUtrlct i i No.
(VOTE FOR ONE)
For (VOTE: FOR ONE) -
of
Secretary StateVOTE '

I'l. --' ( .FOH ONE) HUBERT. R. ADKINSON( !(Dom) CHARLES GILLIfl J".mj( ) I
-JP.m -
TO I ADAMLS ,___ ( I .
I'or Tax Collector;; -. ,' r'C'onttable Dfitrlrt. ( N*>. d I
(VOTE FOR ONE:)
i I.'ur( omptr1."u (VOTE.: FOR.. ONE) -

'. . } (VOTE FOR ONE_. ) --I; > t1.AYTON1)AVIS .. (DemD.7HTNorS LD '
.. ., ,'w '" I JACK LITT1J? (Irn)
... ... *{ -t-tI.'p q -
,
.;,. 4 ? RAY E.: GREEN jll)1) IiiJ I 'I' ;. =G .
-.10 r'1..11nsfuLf" ;;-.)(; : ,
For County ComntlmJoner. Dint. 1 .. (VOTE FOR ONE)
For Comm ss osier of Agriculture" (VOTE ION ONE) -
(VOTE FOR ONE:) Jam. FLOYD = .((1).m)
MARViN !BISHOP. !! (Dem' ) I I I I
DOm: CONNER: >( '''j I - E _

= i'or County' 6 mmTTcin r /lfi) ;t.-3 h. For (Con.taM. .. !)'strict Ne). 6
(VOTE FOR ONE)
State Treasurer
CONGRESSIONALFor (VOTE FOR ONE:) "
(VOTE FOR-ONE:) o.olua.: ; : h"'rllun CAILTKIt: I

United' State Senator JACK DONALD AIM. JR. .(!Dem. ) ((1).mFor
(VOTE FOR ONE) J. EDWIN: LAIiSONror { Ille( 1 I. B

PESSAIU; ) L. HOLLAND DemCI.AUDE *
.... T'or County Co..mTTci.rJIt;; i) Constable District No. 8
for .Attorney General (VOTE FOR_OHl_ ).
KIRK JR. Re ( FOR ONE)
U. !yorE
(t VOTE_ FOR..ONE)
KYLEA LAIRD ( ). .LJ.VOTE I.
EARL: FAIRCIXjTH( !. .. (Drmfor"latiuperTnlendml. .m.LJor + .
J : .'or; (J.i;;n tuM DUtrirt) Nu7 8
STATE (VOTE: FOR ONE:)
MchooFltoard MenYlwr. UEsti
For Governor ItlCirAItD" 0. / :
1'ubl
of (VOTE FOR ONE)
..__ (
InstructionVOTE "

JlA YOON nURNS Derr ( ; FOR ONE) LtWJ8 t'UANK_CAWTTr,__ _.,((U.!:!E) KAI.TMMAr8

CHARLES IL_ JlOLLt-Y (Re TOM D. UAI-I LEY: __.H(Dem) -F'i Z on-; .: i
.- ___ .-(, :. FOR.ONE. )
For School Hoard Member. DUt. 4 0
"' i"' .r FfcrTda: 'I'uiaLTU7 I ;} l.a (VOTE FOR ONE) "
'
LEGISLATIVEFor CummlioaprVOTE F'otnunw: tsurTgor
MemberHoufte ( FOR ONE) CLKN A. PARKKR ,(llem. (VOTE FOR ONE:)
( of Representative .' !lli\\ff'J"fD"! : )IASO E .
Walton CountyVOTE ". (Dem) RARI.AND) trwro: Demtp :

( FOR ONE':) For JiMUceW The Peaco DUt.( N.u. 1 ,
JASIES1ClJTmmy< ) (VOTE FOR ONE)
(O.m ""Tr"or I 2B
First Judicial! Circuit .. ] .a..
," L. S. -SAiIM CAMPBELL, (Rep) (VOTE: FOR ONE:) ..:, For jMtlce of Tfcel a.ac'ln I: .:-e: .
(VOTE FOR ONE) ,'- .
WILLIAM KKYK: m t '' "

TIM r mala1J CJettk r-equ1red b y. law 10 b. JOKL O. TIIOMAH ._111om) 8 I 1 rVOTE
election ate bin aoutbt by
only fWed ODe a' this candMS.aw for e.cl ottle To vote ---.' r-.Putitc 1i;;(. .r
foe thes. rw aUJng office pUc a ere: (X) 'Irat Judicial t.1.UeVOTIl -For JwUiro of TJ; J'.i.'fit.l. orr }A
mark In the quar. lo. the ncbl of the rumn ( FOR ONE:) ( FOR ONEcJf | i "'+ '"' '
for wbom you .s..u. I.vote. .. f';' .. .,
4>f the candidate ; ,", '
To vot for a JHWOM _a.c...*. na_' In total mOIl: <:J: <1'I'IIILI I'S IDem Rl..fXISI.uTIVE r..g '
prtnted on MM banal writ. f\IU'fte -
blank .pece pr'A'idid' for that perpo.s. ) r Tfc.PeM. 'D ;
the
... VOTE FOR ONE)
-
CONGRESSIONALtepreaeatal '"... : : I j
in For .State !'CPtaalltr T. .J, I..INtIY.YI'! "'
Coairr I
For ve INatfid j
Third 1 Senatorial
CoMcrewkMial 1 District ;':
First "!. '.;- VOTE FOR ONE) ,
VOTE FOR ONE)
( :J Im-x. ( t.sc
_ltkm (VOTE FOR ONE
BOB !SIKES: jlHml B --- -- - - r' -
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? EVERY THURSPAT '. THURSDAY OCTOBER 29, 1964
\ PUBLISIIEIK IWFUNIAK $Ii3INt:;s. FLORIDA .
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CHELCO 4.H CLUB

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Saturday October 17 at 1:00.: THORO-WASH*. .. gives
then Club met in the CheLco: dishes
sparkling
you
building iUcction: ot officers wax
held. 7hoe. elected: to serve the without rinsing or scraping
HOMESare club are: 'President Wayne White C Swing-down door
) Vice-prealdcnt, Roger White; Sec- Automatic detergent"dispenser
retary-Treasurer, Larry W ker- j "
son; Program Chairman Keenan
Powell; (.Chaplain Mike Richards;
I / MODEL SS200'fEasy
Reeporter Judson Spence; Adult e
1/1/ Leader. Cecil Floyd; County Agent
.1" II. O. Harrison; Assistant County
Terms Low
I
DUST-FREE Agent, Allen Taylor. I
The following members enrolled 4 r Down Payment
-. : Keenan Powell. Wayne White

t" Danny Wogsoner. Randall Wag .i r .H .__..... ...,...
w. ar
!t: : with cleanELECTRIC goner Johnny Hurley George 0 .Thon......-.g Kea.mn......d with.......,drdn.S .
I Ij Ifalgh. Stevie Waggoner Quinn
j Barton. Mike Richards: Rod CriT- .
fith Roger White, Pete Sawyer
I
David Burley Steve Bruner. IV S
l.arr7Vl1keraun.. Judson Spence. W

; Club Reporter
Judson Spence. GENERALELECTRIC

BOTHER WITHGARBAGE p 6
Mr. and Mr. Jerry D. Kelley .
and attractive little daughter of
Oaineaville, were weekend guest MOBILE MAID'
HEAT. of their parents. Mr. and ?\.tr.. ?
W. U. Kelley and Mr. and Mrs.
II. It, Chtlders. DISHWASHERSPARKLING
Mrs. Emma Eechrest Smith of
Ft. Myers visited friends here
i last week. DISHES

'
...,.........,. without
Save! Save; Save! STAINLESS rfusing or"scraping

i IAt us Install your Heating ICJC n

I System NO"Kefore the DISPOSAL.

RUSH Starts! |
-- - DISPOSES OF FOOD WASTE WITH JET-LIKE SPEEDII & A
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; All major parts exposed to water .
ire either stainless Prices I Start At *

0 steel or DrossSimplified

," ."..,'- AND "Snap-On", Mounting
.
Super grind Cutters .95
.49
/ 1 fr.;;' SAVE"ON corrosion[poxy Cast resistant Mechanism."miracle1.. *

material/ means long dependable MODEL. sti-noY-
FUEL orvice -

I Old/MhloB t..thn diuUr bad their> plan la the borne I
during the days of flame type b.sUng.ptema. I>u&... Prices
cUrt .. and fume wr rcIlDmoII tace. ENJOY WARM AIR HEATINGAT ffcAW1f1'rThd'] : [ '

Unlike t beating ayateois of the peat electric lit.Unf U tree ITS BEST WITH AN'AftURICANtaudarc Start At
of all dual dirt and 11I_..Flamel.l ..10ctrle hat.U el....
UCUM onlr heat U rr*.t.0...tb.r*.r. no by-product '
of combustion to stain walls and drape It'*M clean.. d / tWIa
as quiet...M.*?.aa your loctrlo lights. .. AUTOMATIC [ 169.95

f And mirprUlnxly economic!to InaUII Mid operate...you
WINTER AIR CONDITIONER
I can got tb. *ntlr* story front your .lectrkal: l contractor
or tb. iiarcat Gulf Tower Company office. '. Comport" tpect-tavlng desipetqutpped You Tltiak of Nar earl T) i Fiik
1
1j j o ult 1'owor co.: .... .......y with ptwaiful.quiet' blower -... 1
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BOY'S-SPORT SHIRTS $12.95' $10.99
LADIES FANCYNYLON SLIPSReg. U"' .
Rear. 1.99 $11.95: $11.99 II I
.'$2.99 lFOR $3.00 I Nowfl.tf Re*. 2.. $22.50 $16.50Re

2FOR$5.MFamous *. $2.50 I r+n ( \ not .Included<<. on an I. mrrh.ndlM)

KAYSER La4te $1.99BOY'S EY WALKER'S MEN'S WORK CLOTHES

NnON PANTIES KNIT SHIRTS Pant Rcfr. $'1.99 Shirts llcg. $3:99
Pt!!,!!.Mid# Shirt Both for $5.99 ... while they last!
Reg. 1.99 and 22.i ... .
Reg. $1.00 Pair v----t.._-.- .. -L.- .CR-- i/mui- Shoes Nationally /vcivertineu Ir- Flyers.
$1.69 Nsdltim and high heels! new Boys and Mcnn Tcnnln Shoes
3 PAIRS FOR $2.00 fall styles values to $7.99 All style White and Hluck
,(Unit 3 Pr. to ew....if) MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS N8w 93.99 Special Sale Price $1.00 OFF

Re*. 2.99 and &.1.50 N..II.II Advertised. PalladioM Children' and I Ladles
GIRLS COTTON SlItS Long and Short Sleeve Lbw....1! sheen stacked heels TENNIS HUGHSONI '1.89
Rer. Price $7.99 & $8.99 "; GROUP; novs t SUOKS
Reg $1.0069c
2 FOR 5.00MEN'S
8.i. Priea ..99 and $6.99 Sixes 8 1-2 to :3 $2.50
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Cotton and Acetate StylesReg. iit"JC.. :J.tCJ! ft**. $t.99 & $5.99 Reir Sale Price
Now $3.99 8.99 $5.99
39c $1.99BOY'S (...... ...,... ,I.I.d.d In. tbU vr*...) $5.9'J $&.99..

4 Pair For $1.60 Select Croup Ladies Flat All Icn's Famous
TROUSERS Value to $3.99 Now $1.99 BOB SMART SHOES
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. Walker Murray Wadsworth, Rob white gtads and mums and r John Venters of Huntsvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McMath Mrs Marlon McNamee recently
on ,
] herewith visited their family In Ozark Ala returned from a visit in Mobile
*rt Davis and William A. Joyceof : '' the mantle) 'was a massive white.rnl2'ftnent. 1 Ala.. spent last weekend
I. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES 'I Tallahassee, Tony Amos of At. Miss Flow far this!! his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. over the weekend Ala.Mrs.
lanta.. Georgia. Skip Lampe and, occasion 'wore an Imported hand W If. Venters.Mr Miss Betty Sue Joiner spent Pat Covell Is visiting her
James Richardson II of Jacksonville beaded and sequined top over and Mrs J B Ooff spent the weekend with her parents in son and family Dr. Arnie Covell
I Ii Florida. John Davis of MeDonough. white background and small colored -I the weekend In Atlanta Ga. Chipley. of Pensacola

Georgia John Pat Marshall roses beaded In. 'with a silk --- r_ .. .
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l of Boca Raton, Florida. Ray chiffon short skirt made with -- -
Kurtzer of Birmingham Alabama, floating train In the back. Mrs
and John W. Morgan III of Tallahassee Smith mother of the groom

a/1/ wore a green crepe sheath andMr
I The bride's mother chose for *. Flow mother of the bride
the wedding a champagne silk I wore a green-gold brocade en-
.;, peau de sole sheath with elbow remble Fellow Citizens of Walton
i length sleeves scooped neckline BRIDESMAID LUNCHEON County
;t e and a matching: silk pill box hat Mrs. Howard Anderson Mrs.
Mss made of flowers and short veiL Walter Dannelle'')". Mrs. William
She wore a green cyrobldium Powell and Miss Virginia Lee .
orchid. The bridegroom's mother Dannelley entertained at tM '
.4.4; r wore a green lace ensemble over Coach Room In DeFunlak Springs THINK '..
k tt .+ silk peau de sole with matching: on Friday. October 23rd at 1.00, ;: 1
accessories. For her corsage she p.m. honoring Mia Cynthia Flow I
wore a yellow cymbldium orchid. at a bridesmaid's luncheon. The
r RECEPTIONMr. guests were seated in the dining
and Mrs. Howard Flow entertained room and the table was covered For dollar
every one in Federal Taxes sent to Washington -
the wedding guests at with an Imported linen cloth and
i a reception- in the fellowship room centered with an artistic bridal from Wat! { n County seven dollars comes backto
I of the First Methodist Church. A arrangement of pink bantam orchids. -
Walton
County Federal Aid. '
color motif of green, white and s.s "
yellow were tastefully carried out. Miss Flow presented her attendants -

tree dotted were palms placed, ferns at vantage and a grape-points with gifts of sliver For every one dollar in Federal Taxes sent to Washington -

in the spacious room. '!'ne bride's Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin from Walton County $2,756.00 is spent in Federal

1j tabie was overlaid With aJ1eeJ'nywn and family of Cantonment, spent Funds in this area.
j ) cloth over yellow satin and Friday and aturday here visiting
centered with a live tiered wedding with relatives
i / I cake toppped with miniature Miss Judith Benton of Sylacauga. More Federal money is given to Welfare Recipientsin
i ; ""f>< spun weaoing belts, sliver Ala, spent Friday here.
candelaora, decorated' with white Mrs C. ir. Levy of Pensacola. Walton County than is collected in income tax from

wan ribbon and Hulls of tulle and Miss Evelyn McCasklll of Walton county.Twentythree.
I' was featured at either side of the Jacksonville visited their mother
,:i cake Mrs. luchard Byrd, 14.... Mrs. R. E. L. McCasklll over the
< / N Form Hivsrd Harris and Miss weekend.Mr. per cent of the money spent in the
Clarice and Mrs. B M.
;; ivey served the cake the Southard
I punch table was beautituiiy arranged Jr.. attended the Florida-Alabama Walton County stores has come directly or indirectly

..,.. ;' with a matching. cloth centered football .game In BirminghamSaturday. from Federal spending. ....
1 with a hanosome silver and
crystal. Mrs. Suzanne Lee Touchton '
I epergne, arranged: with of "
; taiismen roses and snapdragons. Panama City was a business visitor The situation is completely reversed in Arizona and
I i Flow-Smith Wedding Solemnized In I A silver puncn: bowl at eiuier end here on Monday
an envious hip-shooting Arizona wants to be
Impressive Methodist Church Ceremony and silver compotes of caiia lily Robert! RIvard who la attending Cowboy
mints, and nuts completed the FStT for the In Tallahassee, was home President and spend this money in Arizona instead of
weekend.
taoio appointments. Miss
Mitt Cynthia Flow, daughter of satin covered prie-dleu. Carolyn McOonaid, Miss Mary Miss Elaine Crawley who attends here.
Mr. and Mr*. Howard C. Flow, Miss' Shirley Wise, cousin of *>eUi Hankins Miss Barbara Mary Massey-Draughn Business
became the bride of William Tay- the bride was maid of honor and College In
Montgomery, was home
J iifcht and Miss Linda
lor Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs Miss Virginia Lee Dannelley of presided over this tabie.ttpraoiey Ihu for the weekend.Mr. Walton County has enjoyed peace and happiness

Julian C. Smith of Tsllahaasee, Atlanta, Georgia, Mrs. Drane onae book table was covered .. and Mrs John Harris o' because of the helping hand of the Government in
Saturday afternoon at 4 P.M. In Smith of Bainbridge, Georgia, Birmingham, spent the weekend
the sanctuary of the Flrit/ Methodist Mrs. John Davis of McDonough, with a candle matching burned cloth.in Here silver atingle here as guests of her mother, Mrs time of need. We owe this help to a sympathetic Demo-
Church of DeFunlak Spring. Georgia and Mrs John W. Morgan holder Adrten A. Rivard. cratic Administration in
aaorned with white Washington.We
Hev. William O. PoweU of Macon, III and Mrs. William A. Joyceof and tulle. Miss flowers Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chesser and .
Georgia and Rev. John M. Dick- Tallahassee, were attendants Betty Owen son and Mr. and Mrs Cecil Ches-
8Union: and Miss Sue
: Ann Drake
con of Okeechobee, Florida uncle They wore full length gold velvet attended the bride book ser returned this weekend from urge you to stand behind all Democratic candi-
I of the bride, performed the cere gowns with empire waist lines, a visit with relatives In Arizona,
merge three quarter sleeves and scoop chose For a wedding trip the bride New Mexico and Texas. dates for election on November 3 1961 and vote the
: a light weight
of whit candles neck, fashioned with gold satin green wool Mrs. Ronney
Myriads lighted suit trimmed in shades of Spencer and chil straight Democratic Ticket.
cast a soft glow for the Impressive mid-riff double satin panel back. suede with green 'dren of Fayetteville N. C. are
double ring service.A Their headpieces were matching For matching accessories visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
I long oval brass candelabrumwith gold satin cabbage roses with gold her orchid corsage lifted she wore from a bridal cymtldlum Ford Cain for a month. FROM WASHINGTON TO WALTON

whit candles, flanked by Illusion veils. Each carried a cascade bouquet. Following the -.-' '
brass candletrees fitted with white of bronze mums and grape trip the couple will reside wedding at 322 LIBERTY 4-lH CLUB FROM LYNDON JOHNSON TO JIMMY PRESCOTT
clusters accented by loops of gold -
candle., and potted palms form- East Penning
ed the altar background. Brass velvet and wheat. Street. Tallahassee The Liberty 4-!I Club' held
floor vases arranged with white The bride given In marriage by Florida.REHEARSAL DINNERMr. their first meeting In the Liberty Let there be no vacant chairs at the Democratic Table.)
gladioli, mums and greenery stoodat her father, wore a gown made and Mrs. Julian C. Smith of Club Home on October! 8, 1084. ,
either side. Matching\ brass, of: dulcett .satin down to the TThe meeting was called to order
.ndlet..... with white nand la wrist sleeve that mad a point Tallahassee town ats, entertaned the out of by Mrs Clark. The following' ? officer _ GO ALL THE WAY WITH, LBJ f T
BU at s> rehearsal dinner
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flanked the pulpit.. The windowson of echoing the heartahaped' neck wr elected: Prge'dant' r .
on Friday night' at the De Fun-
either, side' of the chancel! held 1'ne with a controlled skirt very Hael McKnfght.' Vice-president.
I lighted white candles and green full In back burgeoning Into a iak Springs Country Club honoring Martha Campbell. Secretary McKinley Cheshire, Chairman I
ery. The reserved pews were designed tiered chapel train, scalloped' their son William Taylor Treasurer Carol Courtney and Citizens for Johnson
Smith and his
fiance Miss
Cynthia county delegate, Mellndaa
Shays
by white velvet bows. with Chsntilly lace .Her fingertip -
Mrs. Walter Dannelley, organist, veil of silk Illusion was attached 'overlaid Flow. The buffet table roes rior. The meeting was adjournedby
with linen and centered i
the elected
played the wedding music: and to a dulcett satin pll box crowedged n president.
with a large of
arrangements
traditional selections before the In Chantilly lace with Reporter, Sherry Courtney.
processional. Mrs W. E. Woodward pearls and sequins. She carried a -- -------- - ,--- -. -.'- _ ._. _
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vocalist, sang "Because, cascade of cymbidium orchids -
and "I Love Thee". Mr George and stephanotls.
Ralph Miller, vocalist sang "With The bride,room'. b r o t her,
this Ring and The Lord's Pray Drane Smith, served as best man. inw:, 1 +h' "" .
er" when the couple knelt on the Usher-groomsman were: Clark W., ,

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WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA .

NOVEMBER 3, 1964
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,: PRECINCT NO. . . .. . .. .
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TO VOTE for A person whose name is printed on the ballot place cross (X) mark In the square
'w. at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire! to vote. To vote for a person whoso t'

: v ,- . name is not printed on the ballot write his name in the blank space provided! for that purpose.
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Electorsfor For Justice of the Supreme Court For Tax Collector For Constable District No. 8 InjtrucUon, providing the propoaitlon la ai-
Group No. 3 (VOTE FOR ONE. (VOTE FOR ONE) firmed by a majority& Vote of UM quaiiflad
President (VOTE FOR ONE) lector of the county and that the county

.and Vice-President JACK LITTLE (Dem) __ 0 may alter four year return to its formar
RICHARD W' fnVIN Dem B status by the *m. procedure outlined fwadopUDc
(VOTE FOR GROUP) For Constable Diatrlct No. 9 It
DEMOCRATIC (VOTE FOR ONE)

LYNDON B. JOHNSON 1 For Judee I For County Commissioner Dlat. 1 nrCnAUD-"SAI7l's Pern FOR TIlE AMENDMENT
President 'JHUBERTHIIU atr cl Court o P .( ),
For first (VOTE FOR ONE)
Appellate District
: MrLflui Y :i (VOTE FOR ONE) Dem I AGAINST TilE AMENDMENT

For Vice-President MARVIN lSlIOI' ( II For ConstableDIatrict NoTl 0 N07"r

_ _REl UD(4IC.ANDARItY _ _ JOAN \\'JGGINTON (Oem) (VOTE FOR ONE) CONSITUTIONAL. AMENDMENT. TO
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AIITICLK XVI
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M. GOLDWATER I I For County Commbudoner f 0 t. 3 Continuity of Government Proposing ...a
For, President --_. (VOTE FOR ONE) -...._....._ i Corutltution to provide" for means to ante
WlLLIAM E. MILLER l I --'STA'tE For County; SurveyorVOTK amendment to Article XVI orh.. riorfcU
VicePresidentFOR ( FOR ONE) continuity ot Ute and
For For Secretary of State local covernmental
JACK DONALD ADAIR (Dom)
(VOTE FOR ONE) B operation* In. perioda of emergency reaulUAf
'vnlT IS I GARLAND EDWARDS (Pom) tram diau.... caused by enemy attaek.
FOR
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VOTING FOR ELECTORS

L PRESIDENT AND VICE.PutsUtNT TOM ADAMS (Oem) B J.'or County Commilll oner Obt. 6 FOR' TIlE AMENDMENT
(VOTE FOR EACH) (VOTE FOR ONE) --

I ST TIlE AMENDDiENTNO. I
II For Comptroller KYLEA LAIRD J PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
I (VOTE FOR ONE) JDemB AMENDMENTS S

iii I Mark a cross (X) mark in the square at UMK1UIIT CONSITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
I RAY E.: GREEN DemI'or 1-i3iw nf'Me : For the Amendment or Against the ARTICLE IV. SECTION IS
o-F &hool Amendment. Commissioner of Agriculture.& Out.-.IPIIa.
(VOTE FOR ONE) NO. 1 poring an amendment, to Article IV. .......
LEWIS F'llANK US of the Florida Constitution relating ..
CAWTIIONDem CONSTITUTIONAL
Commis, oner of gr cu tore ( AMENDMENT TO the duUe* of UM Commiaaloner. of AStr.ttl-I Iture
VOTE FOR ONE) i ? ARTICLE VII
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I eliminating' hi* aupenrUion over aaaUler
Appor1Junmcon&-l"lvpuelnc
; an amendment to
II Article VII or the tturlda CotuUtuUon pertaining to public land and .Elite
re.
nOYL1CONER-' (Dem) llureau of Immigration.
I Rating to Apportionment and Cenaua provldtn -
For School Hoard Member Diet. 4
< that UM llouie oC IUi>reentatlve* shall
I (VOTE FOR ONE) curuut of 112 ltcf>r..enlaUvM. and the Ben I:2.LTIllL:: / .I L1D !ENTAUAJNST
I'or State Treasurer ate Null conUt of 43 memberi and further
-. I1 I (VOTE FOR ONE) GLEN: A. I'AIUnn: (Pem providing that the Ix-gUlature shall reep ._.W T11F'ADtEND111NT:
--1 1'f portion at the 1971 r.guiar ..*ion and everyten NO. S
J. EDWIN LARSON (DemMor .year* thereafter.FOR . CONSITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO

-For Just ce 01 The Peace Disl No.1 ARTICLE XVI
(VOTE FOR ONE) AMENDMENT: : : Civil' Trtala in branch 'eourthouaea in o.cs.
Countr frwoejog an amendment to Atlas
Attorney
Gene

f''' .. .::I. ...... .. I (VOTE FOR ONE) Q AGAINST_.,. THE_.,.AMEDMENT. r civil XVI' of UlaJU UM in Florida t yraaca CctncUluUon authonalag,
r- ., ,!: -.. .- For ualTc e of T.. ace Dial. N O. a County.CONSITUTIONAL. counnouaee) M LJ.oe
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,. FAR!. FAIRCLOTII (Dem (VOTE FOR ONE. CONSTITUTIONAL, AMENDMENT TO
ARTICLE XVI. SKOTION 7

.:;' JOI-I.: G. THOMAS f Demor II I Term of Office created by Lr..Ul.ture FOR TIlE_AMENDMENT. !.
/ nrpaing an amendment to Article XVI.
; .: !::. rue State Superintendent o 'u e I necuon. 7 to provide thai the LUUlure may .AUAJNST_, T1jAMENj1ENT: I
Instruction
ealend the Urrma of the membership on the
; :, -- (VOTE FOR ONE) .. Justice of he 1..C'. ,) lit. 0.:1: herd charged will responsibility& for *o1.! NO. 10
AMENDMENT'
TO
(VOTE FOR ONE) legs. and univertitlee (not Including. Junior ARTICLE V, SECTION
CONGRESSIONAL, TOM( I). nAU41-Y De r ea.gea) to not mot than nine yeer ,. I.

Staten Senator g SUB.SKOTION (1).nc..tnc
For United VOTE FOR ONE) For Justice.. 0' hl'e... Dt :'}, FOR;: THE. AMENDMENT. number of Judicial Circuit w-
( I --E a..lorldii b11 u t ftI (VOTE FOR ONE. I..poeua.c. an amendment to Article V. ....
) I Commissioner AGAINST Tilt; AMENDMENT lion I, uberUon (1) of UM fflorida Cow
Dem
L. UPLAND ( .Utu,....
SPESSARD '''--- ----" inrealn UM number of Judicial
(VOTE FOR ONE) Io.m)
LlNDlE" NO. a
I II T. J. R circuit to not
more than 20 and providing
CLAUDE R. KInI{. JIt. (nt'P) II IIDWJ -.i-tIA: !! N CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT' TO thai there. shall be no reduction .la UM

I _ _._ __ (DernLfR) ARTICLE XII. SECTION IS. number of circuit. Judge reetdi.. .In any
I For JUJlt ce a TFe ':U) st. 0.T SUB w SECTIONS (a) sad {b) county formerly a pert of a judicial circuit. ,
(VOTE FOR ONE) ttchooJ Beads fur Capital Outlay Ptopoelaj hereafter crested, divided changed or *..-
STATEFor -- for tate Attorney an amendment to Article XII of u.. Florida Vtaed.AGAINST.
Judicial Circuit tout CumUUiUofi relating to the use of part
First"
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Governor of the d.rtv.d Irvin UM .
tw.nue Ik.nOIg oi
1 __._(VOTE FOR aNa) For ....... on......... motor ..1Ud4NI for raplul ouIJa, and debtsank. BAR:: .. ]JZEAMENDM '_
BURNS (Dem (VOTE FOR ONE. and ether achool "upuMtI; adding a
JIAYDON \'JLJ4IAI HRYE: Demie I I method .f ocnputlfttf UM numlwr of Inatrwv .. .THK. AMENDMENT" '
1I0Ll.EY iRoLEGISLATIVE( thin unto; lncr *au>4 .Interest rat to 4H NO. ft
;. ilARLES>{ R. PL 1 far J..tI.-r'r,l..1'ean 1) 1. .. percent per annum and tending. malwrlt CONSTITUTIONAL. AMENDMENT TO
i 1i t' r1t Tiu l lk a er (VOTE FOR ONE' (tat* en buNb to January I.I MOO.AOAIN ARTICLE XVII
. First Judicial Circuit Addition, Meta.d of Jtovtaln$ orUM Aw..dw
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(VOTE FOR ONE) : r.Q YOn TUE ,IENatE ConaUtuUonJrootna an ...a1.l.Eart
: . to Artlel XVII of UM rtortda CeneWttllonprovldinc
rTIMI..Ill .
For ember GEORGE: : G. PIIJLt4JrM (Ie1 ..r Jlko_( FOR ONE) i TT1IB.AAIKNDMKNT=DNO an additional m*.aod ., ........
.' IIOUN of ltepr.ntaUvnWalton w amending UM Constitution; prwvldJettner '- fist
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County 4 brentn of UM egUlamr, may llKap.S1
(VOTa wrOR OML) CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. TO by Joint r.alMU.n ........ of she .....
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!'ladies, all of October 18 were ICr. and Mrs. companied by her mother 1\1' SUE CIRCUIT/ COUBT/ IN AND JKA 'TMITS vehicle bid placed on the outaide. Turn
pow WaashingtonAnd Birmingham spent Msa. 1-* piaMna school: bus No. M 1M1 bid in. to the Ouperlnt ndeat'. office
Burlison Mrs .. .u&& MALIUM' lOUNlV. rtX>HU>A Font etnpped. ) (motor NO. before 1JO _
last week at the Argo'a Seagrovc Roy Edd Walllne Met W raerou who was uw guest . PJrf t.ra.dUd
IN (;
The Beaches Beach home. I and daughter, Adrianna and Mrs ot her sou-in-iaw and oengugr, gltAMPLA1N VA. .err raLmRALWLt.ub lump BSHIHM truck 1637O No. 1O0 I.SI OAi.OL may tune,be November aeen In tbe 10. school lt>64. The bu> vebldea yard to
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Saltsman' Walline's mother, Mrs. Livings- Air. and Mrs.. It. O. baf.11au. a WAN c.JOAU"OKAT10lf. .tripped) motor No. 27O741223 the. rear of the courthouse from a
Eunice Holley spent sev- r Plaintiff 1-4 door paeamgvr oar No. M 149 A.... to S P.M. week day All transaction -
Mr*. have returned to their Pt. Washington ton.Mr. JariaE7.LAx Chevrolet -- (ran drive away) will be> cash and unit sold
eral day last week with her home after spending a few and Mrs. Jack Cosby were Covered Dish Lunch.on SMITH et al.Defendant (motor No. TJBAP. 17234> a* they are No bid of toe than $25.00

Aunt In Milton. days In Mobile. shopping in Panama City Friday The Sunshine: Club resumed its NOTICE: Or Yawl 1 Four 57 1040 door model adan Pontlae paeeenger- (tripped car Mo) will Th. be board accepted reserves for tbe any right of tbe to unlta.
Mr. John Saltsman is spending Mrs. Levi McKinney spent last Mr. and Mrs. Russell laden, monthly luncheon at toe 1'u',I .''Hoc ill Hereto? given that pun I motor No. 3AO45) any or all bid. reject
and hi* r .W...i. u. Lb. final decree of foreclo- Bid form may be picked up.h.. John
hU E. B.ldwtnSuperintendent
leave with parent who are spending some time In Washington churchThursday
in UioUit
week Ala.
Foley, : Sure ....11 .3e entered in the csuesHUM Superintendent. office or a&b.. bu
next assignment with the Air Those from here enjoying the New Smyrna Beach, spent the when Mrs. Jack Co land >> 4 lit tha Circuit court In anduiiuu hop. Bid an Public Instruction
_.... .. .rind lb. sumbm.r
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will be Orlando, Fla. .c "*" County, cs dauufci envelope of 2Oct.. 30. NOT ft
Force 'I Ward reunion at Bruce Sunday,, weekend at their Seagrove Beach Mrs. (toy Burlison swrvwa as' o. .. Ml*. ice undersigned clerk
Mrs. M. M. Argo and group of home. I nostesse. the devotional fuUowing ..u sli LA. property situated la sold4Haaty
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I Mrs. Attie and MissMundy deliciou described: a*: ---
Mundy the luncheon
was by .
lit 1. Mora Aero Home, a Subdivision -
of Cadsden. Ala. were the Mr Gene Inftnger. in the t:s,tS 01 awl,ter. l eotkuu -
g houseguests of Miss Julia and 41. Township 4 North. Mange ,
1. West Walton County Florida
Those enjoying; this delightful
4t : Helen Strickland last week andenjoyed aaaorauig to plat thereof recorded
} r.1 f fishing. affair were: Rev. and Mr. Hurley In Plat Book. a. Page 74 of the .
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I Guy Mrs. Manila Hatch, Mr. w. public record of aaul County.Ueib .
Mrs. Mary Crice and Mr*. Ada .
r with all structures and 1mpiuvsramts -
'Anvnons of Red ay, spent Wed- R. Hobbs, Mr. Edd Walllne Mr now and hereafter oo saidland
tat nesday with the Gene Inflngers.Mr and Mrs. John Fonville, Mrs. Lyle and future. attached. thereto WET .
and *U rente. Issue, proceed, and
41'dl Saltsman,, Mr. Van Butler uui and to from
Louise Snow of Seagrove profit accruing accrue ,
MEDICAL guest, Mr*. Pinkston. Mr*. R. O. Mid premises, all of which are In* r
Beach, was a patient In Bay oludm wllltln the foregoing description
Saltsman and Mrs.W. .
daughter
Joy
Memorial Hospital, Panama City, and tbe babendum thereof, also FLINT
A. Mr. ,
Holey E. E. Comstock. all gas steam electric water and
last week. We hop for her a other besting cooking, refrigerating,
ASSISTANCE Mrs. Cosby, :Mrs. Burlison and .
speedy recovery. lluhtlng plumbing. ventilating. Irrigating ( Thieves have
granddaughter Teressa 1J Uer. and power system, maobin..ap- IDEAS
Mr and
S Mrs. Harold Saltsman
pliances, natures and appurtenance, sharp eyes and
Mrs. Evle Saltsman and granddaughter which are now or mar hereafter pertain
FOR OUR SENIOR CITIZENHOLLAND k Gay Godwin were business Jehovah Witnesses aid to premises or to be even ussrl though with. In they or on be "long'ears. . .

visitor In DeFunlak Springs At 3-Day Assembly aetarbed or detachable, at public *al.. 1H A are especially actweduringthese -
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Monday, October 10. to tb highest and best bidder to
cash between the hour of II-OO: In
Mr. and Mr Richard Strick- u.. forenoon and J-OO: In the afternoon va- r .
i land spent last week with his Nicholas. Kovaalak, Jr.. district on the 13th day of November. !...*. BDIflUUISUssf cation months So the
at the front door 01.h. Walton County
of Jehovah's Witnesses
parents the Russell Strickland.! representative Courthouse In Psfunlafc 8pr a... less show of valu-
will speak to anticipated you
an -
Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smok and f
strongly supported medical assistance to Florida'ssenior audience of over 1,000 R LEO ANDREWS ab1es-themore of themf
per-
on! Dennis of Columbus Ga.. Clerk of Clrvult Court MTM
T the KERR.MILLS BILL.
citizens through pent the weekend with her sister sons in the subject "Our Divided Walton County Florida in of
safeguard one
which covers both hospital and doctor bills. It Mrs. Eunice I World-Is It l re.To Stay?" By (() a:. Leo Andr.w.It you
who have the need and is financedby Holley. : Oct. 20, l..4 t safe boxes- ,
protects those Mrs. Steve Barrett of Seagrove I Sunday, November 1, at 3 p-nv. our deoosit

our states with Federal support. Beach, and Mrs. Roy Burlisonpent at the Community Center In NOTICE", October: 23 104 the less likely your home is

Thursday In Panama City Bllloxl, Miss. This discourse is u.., of uauavble property owned by
Medicare; the other proposal, offers only limited to be burglarized.
end attended the birthday lunch- the highlight of the three-day assembly the Walton County B P.I. to be sold
hospitalization, financed by an Increase in Social of Jehovah's by avaled bid at the reirular school 1 ;
'Security taxes. It covers all senior citizens, rich eon at the Dixie-Sherman Hotel Witnesses to board meeting/ Noremtoer 10. ..... 1JO .
honoring Mrs. Henry Baker. be held October 30. 31 and Nov- P.M. O.8.T.rnpr. r
A or but it does not cover doctor bills. 14 school bu Ito 100 1WU
poor I Mr. and Mr. Charles Ray and emberl according to, Peter I. (atrtpped) motor Ho. 'i'

Florida's entire delegation In Congress voted for son, Gilbert of NIceville, spent Nelson, 'presiding minister of the KEA 404523)..) ;' Kent a *crf. deposit box here now ..: '
1-94 paawnc r echoed btu MO SS 1MT
the Kerr-Mills approach. Our state legislature approved the weekend at the cottage and DeFunlak Spring Congregation. roM stripped) (motor Mo. eaT . at very small// cost/ r

It for two-year trial' period, as did 36 went on to West Bay and spent The assembly begin Friday. insnn
1 -4* Deawngrr arrioot btu No. M 1M2rT.
states and territories. Saturday with his mother. They. evenlnl'at 8:49. _" here will be ..... (tripped) (motor Mo.
F.I4 Political AdV rtlMm* t TI4' Per I fIlrrbett were accompanied to West Bayby I housa-to-bous visitation Satur- KEA 4fNMY)
E.: Wolf, T...... Mrs W. A. Holley and granddaughter day and Sunday. in Blloxl and 1-4("<'to.| iwawngvr Tm'..* (school tripped bu) (No.motor 3 14 Mo.nn"fM"r .
Teresa. surrounding area by hundreds of J A 757.,7)t tI.AII THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CONTINUE PROGRESS IN PROTECTING
Mr. and Mrs. Van Ness Bulter minister including from school bits Mo. 103 IMTntfmHoonl -
many (tripped) (motor

I OUR SENIOR CITIZENS . REELECTHOLLAND the and weekend children of with Gulf his Breeze parent spent at our own congregation," said Nel I I-*Ne'" n+nr_'.4fll.).. shoot",T7t) bus "0. -9 151Chvyrolef lfef.ttsr 1'edstral PsjposJt lnnrmne Corporation

Grafton Beach. They were ac- son. ; (tripped) (motor Mo.

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DANLEY'S ANNUAL FALL SALE ONLY 3


BUYING POWER OF DANLEY'S 14 STORES MAKES TIIESE VALUES POSSIBLE!
DAYS LEFT
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VOLUME PUBLISHED JBVfiltY THtrftSDAY DaFLTNIAK> RPRXNOS. FLORIDA THU SDAY. OCTOBER 29.. 1. .
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Event Newcome-Godwin of November Wedding 1. I LIBERTY HOMEDEMONSTRATION CLUB
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The wedding of Miss Brenda Members of the Liberty Home

Davis-Wiezyski Marriage Announced Joyce Newsome, daughter: of Mr. Demuostration Club, garnered. at
and Mrs. Roy Newsome of Marl- Oscar Harrison the duo: .house on uciooer: Itf for

material from her dress Her anna and Harry Jacson Godwin me regular monthly meeung. Inc:
eon of Mrs. Odell Godwin ond the
Miss Barbara Ann Davis andlobert corsage, a white mum trimmed:! i>rcsa\ late J. M. Godwin of DeFunlak : I I.
/ F. Wiezyski were marriedat witn lavender net and ribbon. caned: the .meeting oraer at 1
prings, will take place at 3 p.m... YyI.rlda
7:30 Friday, October 2, 'Thomas *'. Williams served the
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pjm. I November 1, at the First Assembly I / AfrtetiltMral. EirteiteJeit. ..rvto. tun.Airs.. Juanita
1664 in the Baptist church .t groom as best man. Ushers were I Courtney led in
of in
God Church Marianna.
Mossy Head, Florida. The Rever- \..lay ton Uavin and J. I*. :bweency.or singing, America. Members joined
Rev. Lloyd of Marianna
end Albert Overstreel, performed her daughter's wedding will perform Beverly the WaKn Cewnty Beard of Cemeskele..r. C..pe euae in repeating the lords Prayer
the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Davis wore a pink, dress dl t ceremony. and Homemaker The bride-elect: will be given : 'I
The bride Is the daughter of linen with black accessories. Hcj II I Ihe rpU was called with 10
in marriage by her father. Miss
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Davis of MossyHead. corsage of white c diolis with Phyllis Newsome,_ sister of the JUDGES CHOSEN FOR The Cancer Society Star Gazers, members present. Minutes of the
Parents of the net and ribbon. COUNTY FAIR wt meeting were read and
bridegroom pink bride will be maid of honor. Miss WALTON Pilots Local Druggist; Glendale ap-
are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wiczyski Serving at the reception: which Eandra Newsome will be her sis Eastern Star, The Day Lily Club, proved.Osd and new business
of Knox, Indiana. followed at the church were Mr*. ter's bridesmaid. Lowell Loadholtz, Assistant Cub Scouts, West End Scouts, Boy discussed.Ihe .

Wedding selections were pre serving the bcaulifulALPChaaBet Hubert Earl Tldwell of Marl County Agent Pensacola, Florida Scouts Cluster Springs Church,,! main topic was the fair
sented by Miss Brenda Simmons, Kenneth Straughn at the bride's anna, will serve as best man. and Elder Summers Assistant Rainbow Girls, DeMolay Boys booth.
pianist. Mrs. James Boyette, Jr., book. Mrs. U. i*. .veridge, Mrs. sher. groomsmen will be Jerry County Agent, Okaloosa County' Spoi ..men's Club and DCT. All Hostesses were Mrs. Artis Mc-
soloist rendered "Whether Thou. W. M. Young, Mr. and Mrs Ray- Godwin and Ernest L. Cotten of win serve as official judges for booth will be set up Sunday aft Broom and Mrs. Myrna McBroom
Goeth" and the Wedding Prayer. mon Warren serving the beauti- DeFunlak prtngs and Robert the Walton County Fair on Tuesday >'rr on. Novembe r 8, Monday, serving delicious pies and coffee
." ful three-tiered wedding cake Christmas and Ellis Beck of November 10. }' ember 9, and Tuesday untilr.u.n to Mary Chapman .J u ani t a
The church was decorated with t topped with a miniature bride and Marlonno. : The Walton county Fair openson November' 10. Courtney, Sybil Mitchem, Edwina

an arch entwined with Ivy and a .groom.. The reception will be held In Wednesday, November 11, Taylor Elva Howard Amanda .
.kneeling bench beneath of white For a wedding trip to Indianathe the Youth Auditorium of the 1964, and will run through Saturday FOUNDATION OAT, WHEAT Stanley, Ethel Miller, Nellie
satin. Baskets of which gladoills bride wore a red suit of double church Immediately following the November 14. The Fair AND RYE SEED Goodrich. .
and mums were placed at vantage knit and black accessories wedding. will be open from 9.00: ajn until The Florida Foundation Seed ..
points on each side of the arch with the orchid lifted from her \ 9:00 p.m. Producers Box 14006, University THANK YOU ALL

The bride given in marriage by bridal bouquet as a corsage.: Kxemnlar Chapter Met f All booths have been taken. Station Gainesville, Florida, has -
t t her father wore a beautiful white Out of town guests included: With Mrs. John Neel ofl There are several groups that a supply of Weser Rye-a new I would like this opportunity

,. street length dress, fashioned with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Young, Sr,. need_ .. booths... _. release from Georgia: showing to say thanks to the people of
.
.a bodice of satin brocade and the Butch, Wilma: and Wanda all of The Exemplar Chapter of Beta All livestock ana poultry will'u good possibilities for grazing and Walton county and DeFunlak
skirt of satin. A rounded neckline Montgomery: ; Mrs. J. G. Woiddon I Sigma Phi met Monday September be entered on Tuesday morning, seed production. Price is $800 Springs, for being so thoughtful
., and elbow length sleeves, end Nancy Mrs. Sidney Alford, 12th in the home of Mrs. John 1 JO, 1064. per bushel. : I really appreciate all the nice
with a veil of satin material form Judy, Misses Barbara and Sharon', Neel. The following groups will enter They also have Florida Black telegrams I rectived while participating -
ed into a bow and Illusion flowIng Davis, Mr. Miles Brooks of Crest- A very Interesting and Informative booths In the Fair Rye, $0.00 per bushel. Wakeland : in the National Peanut
to shoulder length. She wore Iew; Mrs. Nick Louketls and I program was presented by year. Nine Home Demonstra wheat $9.00 per bushel and Florad Festival in Dothan.
tied a bouquet of white carnations Chris, Mrs. Ezra Grner and Deb- Mrs. Pace Allen on "Florida Un- ? Clubs, Paxton PTA DeFun- oats $2.50 per busheL AU are in I am proud to represent sucha
centered with a white orchid. bie of Nlcevllle; Mr. and Mrs. der English Rule." Springs FFA and FHA Tivoll 2 bushel bags. Weser rye and wonderful county as Walton
Presiding the bride to the altar David Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Le- During the social hour delicious ', and NFA; 4-K boys and Florad oats are F.O.B. Marlanna. county. Thank you again.(
was her matron of honor, Mrs. land Braddock of Ft. Walton refreshments were served by the ., lorida Forest Service Fresh Florida Black Rye and Wakeland Helen Prescott .
Thomas F Williams I who wore .. Beach, Mrs. D. D. Crosby of Free- hostess. Fish and Game Comm. wheat are F.O.B. Qulncy.! Miss Walton County 1964
a dress of laavender taffeta brocade port, Perry Butler of Eglin: Field,
with matching accessories.Her Mrs. Keneth Straughn and Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Alf Green of Iron . Jack Potter Entertains Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hinton attended Mr. and Mrs, Roy Hobbs and

headpiece! wan n flat bow of tie, Mrs. James Boyette. Jr., and City, Ga., spent the weekend here Garden Club I the Florida-Alabama game son Robert, visited Sunday In
.1 Mrs. 3..J. Ellis of DeFunlak with her parents Mr. and Mrs.L. : in Tuscaloosa Ala. Saturday. Enterprise. with Mr. and Mrs.
Springs and Rev. and Mrs. Albert F. Selgler. i The Camellia Corden Club met Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cook-of Tal- Stanley Hobbs.

Overstreet and children of Grace- Mrs. Falzle Selgler of Freeport, .1th Mrs. Jack Potter on Back lah...., were visitors in town last Mr. and Mrs. Tom Andrews

1 Ott. vllle. was honored Sunday on her 89th on Wednesday morning:. week. spent fie weekend in Atlanta
I w'IytNtt'A' birthday with a birthday dinner \ 14. Mrs. Potter was as- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cawthon Ga., visiting with their daughter

Mr.' and Mrs. Ben Davis of attended by many of her friends In entertaining by Mrs. W. returned this past weekend from and faj.illy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl

Crestvlew, visited with her parents end relatives. Among those from : .. Bishop. vacation spent with friends from Wilkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Year- nit of town were Mrs Cordell The Club voted to donate $25.00 Panama City.\ The two couples Miss Carolyn McCollough attended -
the Chamber of Commerce to toured ,.several of the
wood on Sunday. Western the Alobama-Florlda
Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Richard game
:J. V. LAWSON OWNER Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Ward Williams and family Mr. Cu Selgler new Christmas decorations States and spent some time at over the weekend.

) find children- of Gainesville' spent and Mr. Sanford Seigler: all the City of DeFunlak Springs Colorado Springs, Colo. atop Mr. rnd Mrs. Taft Robinson
fi WED.-TitlJlifi.-FRI. t Ihe weekend here with their parents of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Chamber Is coordinating a Pikes Peak and other points ofinterest. spent Thursday of last week in
I Mr. and Mrs Woodrow De- Ftateman of Gracevllle. Mrs. Middle to raise money' for the de- Panama City. .
Shozo and Mrs. Annie Ward. project. Mrs., Louise Kendall of Evergreen Miss Anita Miles
Gunn of Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. a senior at
x.; 'Ili & itinrji. Mrs. Tom Andrews spent the AU Green of Iron City Ga., Mrs. Highway beautification was dis- Ala., visited friends here Univ. of South Florida Tampa,
if weekend In Atlanta visiting her Annie Bell Sivits of Apopka Fla., and it was decided by the last Saturday.Mrs. was home visiting wit hher parents -
:' Rd & Fe&IA' daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. Bell of Crest- to turn this. project over to Raymond Harper and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mlles c

i Wonderfullr Carl Wilkins and baby daughter.: view, and Mr. Ben Selgler of Cocoa DeFunlak Garden Club. Nannle Pearl of Pensacola and Wheotle Wheat was home from
Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Mr. II. O. Harrison. County Mrs. Otis.Llsenby of Atmore. Ala. Chipnla Jr. CoCllege,
Hopkins Mrs. Tut Wilder of Lsnd- visiting his
j and children: Linda and Mary Elizabeth cheater Pa.. Mr and Mrs. Billy J. : gave a very Interesting visited relatives and friends here rarer.ts over the weekend. _

'" of Montogmery, spent the Norris of Tallahassee! and Jeff on Fall and Winter care: Saturday. Mr._and Mrs H. O. Hlnton. .
ti I the lawns and gardens and na- Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Flow spent visited their .
weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Norris of Panama City. daughter and fam
plants that be transplant Monday in Pensacola. .
Selman Em lor. Paul Teelln, Jr., Buddy Bishop can ily. Mr. and M..: Glen Bishop
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Henderson end Freddie Baker were home Into the garden. Larry Wayne Anderson., son and attended' the Alabama-Flor.
t Those present with the hos of Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
4 pent the weekend In Rome, Oanvisiting from Troy State College for the Anderson ida game.
a'I: were: Mrs. Pace Allen, Mrs has been named to the Freshman
their daughter Ann who weekend.Mr. .
Andrews. Mrs. W. L. Car Council of the Baptist Student
i ,Is a student at Shorter College and Mrs. Cleorge It. Stephens -
i .. 1 Among those rain,h ..*.u.n4. ...ot, Boiling.Oreen...Ky.* vre re .. Mrs. Arnold Caylor. Mrs Union. at Shorter College Rome :--:
O n. Is
Clary, Mrs. Dawson also
\'Y ing the Florida-Alabama! ,football visitors. of.Mrs M.tu..Lou.W.. the a member -of ):
Mrs. Clyde Galloway Shorter College Chorus.
tram Saturday were Bo Blud- Irr I the pert week. VOTE
...
1 Willie Kennedy Mrs. Hugo
.! worth, John Frank Bludworth Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ate of Milton FOR BALE: BAHIA GRASS
Mrs. Edgar TUESDAY
Myers and Mrs.
'f"'i' PAMU Kenneth Campbell. Ty Fleming.J i. and Mrs. I[. C. Hudson of Thompson. hay well fertilized. Call Glendale
lAME1 11FFIN C. Turner, Hubert Adklnson Crestvlew. anent Sunday with the 839-2282. 10.29: tf chgOVILIZATIOI I IJI
DARREN
and Joe Walls. I Rufus Daughettes. TRIES REMOVED, ALSO top
I U Mr. and M.... Richard Klots and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams and pruning. Call Charles
INs daughter of' OrJ.ndo.t the and family of Orlando spent the : '
: TE 8-2011. Freeport JI L N'
weekend here with Mr. and Mrs.' 'weekend here with Mr.' and Mrs.U 10-2: .ll:3pd I IN PERIL I
Gary Alford. F. Selnler.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hicks spent Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bosenbers? ELECT YOUR NEW BIBLE:
the 'weekend In Gutfport. Miss.. and children of Tallahassee. anent the Home Book Store, 611 Live .
attending a llsmfest for short the weekend here with the C. f*. Ave. Also many good books .
i :: --7'
wave radio operators. I Bosenbersr family. cards for all occasions. Have llWton
Mrs. Marie Douglass spent Friday ] hand'ar few old editions Bibles .
;
In Andalusia. Ala. Books, reduced In price twen-
Mrs. Laveme Foster and children percent. Chg. 1039-1136 4t
:
f ; '
iECNNKCOft For. Sale( Pure GoernaeyeA spent the weekend In Roa-

A tCKHU-OOCM/fn nclb+ CfufCD'MS'STI Pair noke Ala Mrs. Foster's sister FOR COMPLETE LINK OF
_ Miss Betty'\ Radale returned supplies visit the Hobby
+' .';.. HATURDAY Hull-23 Months Old home with her after a visit here. behind the Taste Free, .. .. .

P DOUBLE FEATURE Heifer-20 Month Old. Will *.. Also Ortenware.Artist' supplies instructions: and if: .ii:' ", } h ;' ,..

/ Freshen January IS. '''Both COMPLETE LINK ..., etc. Phone TWV\ 6-3441. .
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d, In Fin..Shape.B. ZENITH HEAPUNO AIDS : / .
AND ATTEIIIKS.. TO PIT ,.
POR RENT TWO BEDROOM
\ Bert Riddle ALL,MODEL MBAKINO
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with den. Call W 6-3711
t (Near county>> line Garage) AID ... S pJtn. J 1028tfch:
Leon''". Florida KINO'S REX ALL STOKE,

CLEAN CARPET WITH OUR a ,. :II
T eI & Shampooer FREE with -
I of Blue Lustre Sham ': to Ole New York Worlci' Fair
.. Fisher Hardware Co ,I rlcs; : world, 01 450 A.D. at TIM Travelers ran Insurance peer Into Companies the war-
tz ubl.Ia
I FOR $ALE ...AaoNA.L..1 a vivid diorama
railed '
-aY11lzaUon In .-
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battl.
a bee
.:- foot meat display case and a iwccn Daroaruns and Roman'.
SoybeansWanted
: and one-half foot ice cream Ynr.re; troops seems to be take by The Travelers'timo travel .1
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Phone TW 6-2121 or TW 4- *nt puce before the visitors during which the visitor walks*
I : s Itpd : from one diorama to the nest;
the foreground, a jumble accompanied by special sound

M1 ::.:, .PLUS : ':: FOR BALE! HOUSE eaep/etety debris of wooden frames wheels sari other and narration. Ingenious tech'
the
on one acre ground un- In carnage fo nique* in acoustics keep the
en in the far dis-
: .* 4.: fence with shrubbery, butane lance. a --1. burning. sound from one diorama from:.
t ass t chills r Included, located Red Bay. A hAlt !mUUOft troops led b7 : Pilling ever into the next one.
t. g t. TK 6-2482 10'.22 tf chg Attila the Hun have swept The exhibits were designed to:
,: > down from the north to threat. illustrate how past perils were
BALE: 'WATER FRONT en the remains of the Roman overcome and how new idea '
r r IIAM. -- Highest Prices, Fast Unloading: and wooded in lota. On Empire. Civilization U meeting contributed to the growth of
iI' -.rtII.. .... .... Bay, located on on. of *Its gravest te u-and CivilixsU as we see It today.
And Drying: Facilities county Une''la fighting back. .The "Triumph Gf Man" exhibit .
Tasso. A. C. Howe. Rt. 1 calllehded'Tfm'Irium' hoot M't"Ws is **n Manln Umbrella Pavilion. easily vial-
23* Villa Taseo. Nlcevttle
which i
.J Illustrate.' an I&. his on t"w vast Fairgrounds at !
'" .... minute lour the perils and nushlac Meadow: Itself a tri1 1 i

...... ..... FOR LATE MODEL days achievements as a hairy of man from his umph o: new engineering and '
---- hunter to those destmtechniques,
,the 1
wiowsraooaow. .. Plant : 195S models up. Buying for I .*J.pace.age PJerer. t umbrella
4,I" ....,...__....."...tbltwa > Second Crop With. and Miami markets If TWo Wll.oa yeah is spanned I wag: symbolizes the securtI I
r anca pcovtdes. -
.Ala.sa.,tM .. have a used car to tell call }
" Wheat or Oats. Hu.ty, TE a-u1l-a .... ,
., 8:30 p... tUlpd
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8UN..MONVTUES.In:\ :: .... .0.. RENT SMALL FUR 1IADETO.ORDERRUBBER
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I Color Circle Dr. Ph. TW ......,II or STAMPS' I
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Sell
; THE 7TII DAWNStarring all your grains to: ----

1f'} .0.. RENTS FURNISHED' APT. ROTARY STAMPS -".
bedroom private bath" pri
: Holman bath entrance. Gas brat and SIGNATURE STAMPS
GrainElevator store Reasonably& priced. Pa.

William Holdcn I : "40:1. 20* Crescent SL fee: POCKET SEALS '

Susan YorkCapucine RENT ON LIVE OAK
: furnished uprtairm. 4 roa* DEFIANCE DATERS

'!r ant. **a but air-arrdl doaed.Mt. .
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ask eel With-Action
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J Hartford, Alabama ....w.-weirwnntsl house. beta and. n half Beastl --

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VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA
THURSDAY.. OCTOBER 29.- 1961

LEGAL NOTICES a. Admtn10tratrtJI of the Estate of I I I ton County" Court House at DePuntakiprlncm. WILLIE LEE LOCKE -
Aha .wla Wount deceased: that tiled ( Florida at 10:00: a m. on the I JAMES H. MARTIN 4-II NewsThe Mr. and Mrs. Ophrah Moore, .
her abet petition..h. for final dlachartl.. and afttb. day 01 November. A. D. 11184. Mr. Willie Lee Locke, age 57, Mr. Dawson Copeland Mr. and
NOT1CK v/tU ..
apply to the Honorable It flrtb.bat thY notice
t. hereby that .J_ Dan Tro' died Mr. James Henry Martin age Mrs. Henry Elliott and Mr. and
Notice given pursuant man County Judge of and order be publuhed once a week Monday morning October 12 "&Ow' Club
to Chapter No. 1NU.0t/ Florida etatuu. Walton County. Florida, on the ISth tote four conecutive weeks. four time 1964 in a Montgomery 68, a resident of 808 West Bruce 4-II met Mon- Mrs. John Dickinson and daugh- 1
tbe following will on November S lea dal of "'"nber. 11184. for approval of publication being sufficient. In the hospital' died October day, October 5. in the Home Demonstration
Avenue
register wiut tbe Clerk Of tHe Circuit of **11'I. and for final -.char.e as DeKunlak Herald, a weekly newspaper Ho was a native of Geneva county Tuesday office. The ters were among the many from
Court of Walton County Florida UM Admini.tr.uiK of the eetate. of Alva published ton County. Fiortda. Ala. and had resided in De 6, 1964 in a FVnsacola hospital ollowlnaoUk..n here attending the Walton-Mari-
fictitious name- of Baker's Upboisierv Lewis Blount deceased on this 11th this the ao day of October. A. D. 1M4: A native of Portland he had were elected- : .
aDd Trim bfeop. Bruee Avenue. eal4 day of October. IMU !heat> B Leo Andrews Funlak Springs for the past twen. resided President Vices anna football game in Maralanna
fictitious name bang tbe Dame UDder WAVINE BLOITXT COOPER Clerk of Circuit' dour ty-three I, in DeFunlak Springs for Peggy Spence; Friday night.Ornamental.
wtxtcto. tne undersigned U sole owner AdmlnuitratrlK of the estate of Walton County. Florida years.Funeral the past twenty-four president Sharon Moose; Secretary
&Ddny1D..: on bualness la the 8\ac.e. ALVA LEWIS BLOUNT. d--.ed I By Iva Adklnaon. P. O. services were conducted years. Sandra Moose Treasurer
of Florida U e principal place of 4ti Oct. 22. ZIt. No.. 5. u W. Paul Thompson I at 2:30 afternoonfrom Funeral ;
: Tuesday services conducted
p-m. were : -
business- located in DePunlalt SprlcsFlorida. ., Attorney for Plaintiff Glory Ann Harrison; Council dele
IN THE COl"lt"or THE COUNTY McLean Bulldtn*>P. O. Boa ITDePunlsk the Reee Baptist church at 2:30: P.l\(. Thursday from gation, Jean Su-
Spence Reporter
Mr. and Mra Wilbur O. 11.W JUDGE or WALTON COUNTY Soring Florid ; ,
OcJS-NovS FLORIDA 4t:Oct.aT.3*J40VS.12NOTICB near Samson wtth Rev. Carey RI.I the Comander Funeral Home san Drake. Ironwork
IK R*: : lowed In the> church" cemetery. Chapel l with Rev. T. C. Murphy I,
--
in the
Projects coming County
NOTICE OP. INTENTION TO MAKEAPPLICATION : Eetat of 8AVNDERB. OF FICTITIOUS NAME l--- :
MADE with Comander Funeral Home I ('UlelaU.,.. Interment followed in
FOR FINAL Notice la hen given that pursuantto Fair was one of the main things
ttZBCUAMOK.; flXJKWA STATUTES All Cl'edlt.OOi. the ..ta&. of Maude Chapter No a 4O Florida atatutea, directing. /I the Magnolia Cemete.7, with discussed.! Our leader' Mrs. Virginia Shop Located At Gaskin '
I. Ceurt .f tae Cvaatr .... BaundM-a, deceased are hereby noti
. the undersigned will on November 11. He is survived by two brothers I Comander- Funeral Home dlrectI
WaI&.. coui7" State of rierlda tied and required to fllo in duplicate. 1N4. "'11101.,. with the Clerk" of the Clark gave us helpful booklets
': any claim or demand which they Circuit' Court of Walton County Florida E. P. Locke of DeFunlak Springs I ing. on Food and Nutrition. Child
In Ire tn oa&.- of may tu.. against said estate in the of> the nctltioua name of THE Clearwatt'r.and
and Locke of
Jake Morrison, Deceue4. tire of the County Judr of Walton HABERnASnERY': said fictitious name I Dewey; Ho is survived by his wife: Development Public Speaking ,
To All Wheat It Mar C._...: County Florida in the Oourthoua at being the name under which the two sisters: Mrs. Gertrude Mrs. J. If. Martin DeFuniak Homo Improvement Clothing, etc.
Notice u nercbr given that Clarence DrPunlak springs, Florida within atE und..nMrTTt"8 on business Reeves and Mrs. Leola Smith.
D. MorrUon filed his final report a* calendar month from the date of the In the State of Florida our principallace Springs seven sons: Alvin Mar We also discussed a Christmas
executor of the eetate of Jake Marrleoa. first publication orb..* notice hilt 1>1 of bualneaa beinf In DeFuntakc both of DeFunlak Springs. tin. Cocoa. Fla., S'lvesteM.rtln party and will bring It up at
deceased that bo filed bu pu claim or demand must be in writ- *. 1
turn for final .4 ; in* and must state the place of real.Once Florida.John N. FreeneyAda and Eval I D. Martin both of Orlando cur next meeting Nov 2.Ve II
will apply to tb. Houuoorabl. Jo.tom. and post ofnce aodreea of the Oomaader Edward Martin and Jimmle then adjourned.
Trotman. County Judge of Walton claimant and must be sworn to by 4,U2.H."o.S.12
County. Florida on the second day the claimant his a.*nt or bis attorney Martin both of Roanoke Rap Sincerely yours.

of November.and for final I..*.. discharge for approval aa Ki oeanxe *.r to law.or It will become void acoordlnc Take 60 Seconds !ids, N. C.. and Lonnie Ray and Susan Drake, ReporterIN

Nine of the estate of Jake Morrtaon October 14. 194 I Donnie Ray Martin both of De
dmieassd on thY aDd day of October W. ELLIS JONES: RIGHT NOWTo Funiak Springs There are tId.uJZhteMIo \""' MEMORIAM
IPM. Administrator of the Bstate ofMaude Eaton Real Estate &
Clarence D. MorrUon. auDd_ derraavd1rt Mrs. MaMvis Gflleyf'
Executor of the eetat of i publication on October U. 1MI4 I let us help you clear Crest view. Mrs. Linda WUnorv and In loving memory of Mary Lou
Jake Montana. Oct. 22. 20. NOT. a. 13NOTICB _
4t.-0ct: $.,,21.25 Insurance Agency up any question you Miss Peggy Joyce Martin both Kelly who passed away October

NOTICE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR FINAL TO MAKE might nave about Insure of DeFiuuak Springs and eight 24( 1963."D All Work a.a"te.d
TO STATUTES CREDITORSFLORIDA I>I..CHAKC.K AUTOMOBILE FIRE ance.w. CrandchlMten.Mrs. onot ask If we miss her- -

lm the Court of the C aaty 6&.(*. FLORIDA STATUTES There's such a vacant place often Campbell Welding
Walts** County. rtertaa IN COURT: or THE': CO I'NT V Jl'DOB INSURANCEBONDS live I""c.| breath lnurai .
Ia 1-robat.. WALTON COUNTY STAIR OF Mary C. Pittman and Mrs. we think we hear her voice and
In eo! Esat. of FLORIDA.IN .c* and sail Insurance . Ellen- Murrr. left Saturday evening tee her smiling\ face. Days of sadness PU. S. D.. '4'. DeFunlak Springs
HENaT JO11N5ON ', ARLIMK: MS THK P.ESTATE WARD. OP tandle every typo ef risk. Ifth.r. i, for Tallahassee\ Sunday, they still come over us. Tears In.1If'nC'e

All CreeUtera sad Per,. 'Ua-:1: : Deoeaa.cI.IN PRORATE We represent STROUT la any way we can help will participate In the Meta Sigma often flow memory keep ,.,.,Id. Phene rierala, 4.B6.1
Estatet Claims or U..dS M: : TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN yen with a preblelm. It will be Phi actlvltiee held at the' Holiday her always near.

You and each of you are hereby notlfted Notice is hereby given that Adornoua REALTYIn a pleasure for we te de ee withoutobligation. Inn Her Children
.
Ward mid his final report a* Ad.rninl.trat.r I
land required to preaent any cl.ln.and *
of the _ate. of learUn.P. Real Estate since 1900 .
demand* which Foil or either of - -- - -- -- -
you. may have ecalns* thoate of Ward deceased. that ho filed hi*
Henry Johnson deceased, late said etltlon for final discharge, and thatte Harris Insurance
Omukty. to the County Judge; oof Wailorida will apply to the Honorable Joe. New Location f
Jan Trotman County Judas of Walt
ton County. at hi* office InTo
the court novae of said County at o County. Florida, on the Ivth day Lake Stanley AgencyTW
of November. 1004. for approval ofam
DePunlak Sprlncs, Florida, within MXcalendar
..
and for final dlachara-e Ad
month root the time of tae
first publication of this notic. Two minlstrator of the eetate of EaI1.n.P. TW 64441DeFuniak -Z451
copies of each claim or demand Wan October.Ward deceased 1M4ADOPPIOCS. on this ISth dayof FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND

be, la writing and shall atate the. WARD Sprtnc-v Fonlak Spiiax-v.Ft*.
piot
saclaimaant sod offloo ad Administrator of the estate; of
4.ot tba aball be ....Un. P. Wa.... deoaad.tl PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's
awwro to bb. claimant hu aceat.or . .
Oct. U. "; No. 5. 12 I
attorney and acoompanled by amine
; fa* of one dollar and such claim IN THB CIRCUIT COURT or
or oferoanel not ao filed shall be Told WALTON COUNTY' FIRST JUDICIAL
Ada DadaId.l CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA

A. eBecutriu Donaldson of tb.E.tao ELDON CKE8TKK NO.. WINTXRa.V8 ana FIRST NATIONALINSURANCE
: of the Lea Plaintiff Rexall
WUI and Teatament Drugs
of eieeutrlBa MARGARET LOUKLLA WINTERS
R.ory Johnson, d.'ss.ad DafeDCIao' AGENCYFire
Plat Publication Oct. lb. 15.4.4t NOTICE
1 ac- U.22H No. S 1M TR1!: NAME: 0. TU& STATE 0.

NOTICE or INTENTION TO MAKX TOI FLORIDA MAKOARET LOUELLA WINTERS Automobile Bonds
APPLICATION rim" FINAL You are hereby DotUI.b..,
a
DIsC11AROSFLORIDA Sworn' Petition for Modifying Final Marine & Casua.ity
IN'COURT: OP THR STATUTES COUNTY .JUDOS Decree amed baa plaintiff sari against filed by:you the in above th. COSMETICS. GIFTS AND CARDS

WALTON COUNTY. STATE OF bovo styled _UN. in the above named Rest Assured Drive InsuredA

nf RJt THE ESTATE FLORIDA.or Court herein and as brine your residence..o Mr 1s. alleged R R Fire Needn't Mean Financial' Lola
ALVA LEWIS Crum. R 30I E. FOR ALL OCCASIONSI'hon.
.LOUJn' Beverly Boulevard.' Adequate Insurance .""
SIN PRORATE Whittle California and :you are bere.y
l0 ALL WHOM notified that a basting on the aaldetltlon FIRST NATIONAL DANK I1LDG.PARTY .
IT MAY CONCERN! F win be held- before of ,
one the
?."*.. u hereby gi that Wavlne ..
.rUd. of
too above Court
bar la tb.
.
Bl* '
nt Oeoper filed final report Circuit Jude_ Chambers. of the Wai. TW 4.2281



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