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: December 31, 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: VID00261
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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;\ .i James Hospital Jarvis AdministratorJames -Named Braves Won ThUniitationTourney I

t J.Jarvis has been named IM
f. I. to the post of administrator of Y
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,/ the Walton County hospital succeeding -
j\\ ' Lee Thomas, who baa
For Secon I TimeReRegistration

/ f"' resigned administrator to take of the a position Bainbridce as t <,

Memorial hospital Bainbridge
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( Mr.' Jarvis has a rood background ": \! Walton Braves won the

in hospital administration D. T. MCLEAN WINS' ,tOO CASH WI Invitational Basketball
,. and has served since' 1939 as administrator r RequiredFor Tc_. tent for the second year

of the Ft. Walton Pictured above Is Mr. D. T. Wednesday. night, December 23rd.

Beach hospital.He McLean of Freeport, the lucky by defeating the Chipley Tigers
took over his duties at the winner of $100.00 cash at the ElectionsCity 74-81. The Braves opened the
Walton county hospital on Monday Fisher Hardware Company's sixth Municipal tournament by edging out Vertnon "
Lee Thomas II. Cl". 210-pound freshman coach there. of this week, and plans are and final drawing of the year 90-97.

tackle for the Northwest Florida Thomas played on both offense for his wife and children to move The drawing was held Thursday., Also In the first round of the

Conference championship Walton and defense and was instrumentalIn here as soon as they can find a December 24 at :2 p.in. with Mr. boob John Thomas Arrant I tournament. Chipley beat Crest-
Braves signing for a grant-in-aid helping the Braves gain a 9.1record touse. Leo Andrews announcing the voter istraUon With MurderJohn view while Paxton beat Laurel
with the University t>f Southern over the year. Mrs. Jarvis Is the former Miss winners. are now' open for a complete re- Charged Hill and Freeport topped Baker.

Mississippi. . by his coach Buddy 'Thomas was selected on both Anne Nelson, of Leocila. and they The luckv ticket drawn was registration of all voters for future In the eml-flnals Walton beat

'Supple named Coach of the Year the coaches and the Pensacola have two children Lisa nine, and number MOO out of a total tickets municipal elections, with the Thomas Arrant of West Paxton 92-SO while Chipley beat

for the conference. News-Journal's all-star team and Jan six yean of .... in the drawing can of -904. old records: to be discarded. \llle. is being held in county ,jail Freeport. Paxton received third
Supple is a graduate of Southern received honorable mention on the Mr. Thomas leaves here Thursday There were four turkeys. given Miss Syble Neel. city clerk hat I In Uonifay charged with killing place In the tournament after

Mississippi and a former little high schools all-state team. to take over as administrator away at this same drawing and the new' registration records In one man with a shot In the back taking Freeport In the consolation :

.' of the Dsnbridge hospital and the winner ware Mr. L. F. Kel- her office and it will be necessary and wounding the man's brother. game.
City awDplO'eea IvnterUUnedr Mrs.. Thomas and their sons will ly. E. B Lunford. Weston Anderson for all qualified city voten Dead.is Karl Laird 33. of The Brave will be Idle until

lteadngway 'IKDI star here until school ,ls out In and Betty Floyd. to register there before they can Geneva, father of one daughterand Tuesday night January. 5. when

the spring Santa Claw was present" at the vote in any future city election. three step-chidren. they. will meet the ChtpUy' Tigers
The City of Uexuniak Springs drawing and talked with the children The council decided on this Listed In fair condition at a at ........ The "B" game will startat
oouncivnen entertained the City. Walton Student On ta Fisher Hardware Store move several months ego and now Geneva hosital was Wallace Laird 930: follcwed by the varsity
mptoyces ana weir guests Wed- the machinery for registration of Fort Walton U..ch"ot once .
r: PredeiitX! DeanaList afterwards He aba:>> helped with game at 9-OO.:
nesuay mgnt L>eceinoer 23, for has been set with the new in the stomach.
At Junior Co8e the reading of the tickets along up By Jim llowell
the secona in a row, ..tb.. .
;year with the two Judges.Inauguration registration records open Wednes living held as accessories under Sports Reporter
weal lad: Elementary School, oo bond
'2. were Ralph Olllman
On the President's list at Oka-
beginning the party with a delicious day.Registration and Mrs. Iteba S. Oomulion.
will continue' Lake
DFnnlak
up Ra-Opan
IOCIA-WaJICIft Junior Col..IDrlb.
and all the
turkey dinner lint semester .is Virginia Balls until the day before the next city The shouting assured Christinas For- Bank Fishing
trimmings, complete, with table Johnson of this place with a Further Cause Of election to be held the second' day at r. C. Oriswokfa Store on
decorations of noliy. berries ana State Highway 91 southwest. of .
straight "A. record' for the sem Tuesday In July, 1965. Th City Council met Monday
leave ester. Education ,In StateFor In other action at Tuesdaynight's Geneva in Holme County. night. December 21 for a special'
Kev. George Milam. of the St.Agatna's Arrant charged with first. degree .
Judy Dalton and Charles 1CKocisek meeting the council decided meeting to clear up some issues..
'- tpwcopal! : Church, was also made the Presidents the first. Urn .in history not to accept bids on a murder and three ea.uc0' before the holidays. and to put

one of the special guests presentand List. To be eligible for this honor Inaugural activities for the Governor motor grader for city use.. but assault, was' bound over to the Into. progress' other matter of
rendered the invocation.ih : grand jury by Holmes
ke student's must make between *.79 and State Cabinet members Instead to ask for bids on a County Importance.Th .
dinner was prepared and and 39 and ,the quality point are going to be brought to the smaller piece of equipment.The Judge Comer White. DeFuniak Lake which has
jterved by the capable hands of index.' p.ople. Arrant :33. has been acquittedof been closed to the publle for fishIng -
th* ladies in the acnool lunchroom bids originally called for one charge of murder and
Walton on swimming boating or otherrecreation '
On the Dean' List from Following the Tallahassee Ball .
and to them for their a ISO-horsepower machine but charge ot assault with Intent tocommit
praise goes sine this sum
county at the college Is Karen on the evening of January S. there i past
the city has been using.. a smaller
fine cooking and handling of murder In separate cuesduring
Cuchens. will be replica Inaugural Balls at 1 mer. Is open one a.sln for fishing -
dinner which they prepared for grader on the airport runwaysand i the past. two years.
from' the bank only. The motion *
Tampa January 0, Orlando January *
the many guests present has found it to be completely Holmes county authorities t said .
David Howard Dlud'M' >>rtb. son 7. Jacksonville, January 9, i was made by Councilman
Mr. William Shultz .And Mr. of Mr. and Mrs., John F. Blud- LIBRARY. NOTES Miami January 9 and Penaacola' adequate. the Laird brothers wer shut at* Jay. McDanlel' and seconded bY
Clyde Moretz were In charge of woth, received his Bachelor of It. Accordingly, on Monday' night. tar they stopped with their tarn C. A. Nanc. This will be bank
January
the program' and Master of Ceremonies. Laws degree st the University'of For the Yuletide .season the on More than 100 officials and January 4, bids will be openedon I lies at GrUwoUl's. Store Fridayto fishing only' and will 1 Include every

Mayor Harold Goodwin Florida's School of Law December Girt Scout of DeFuniak Springs wives will be present to take part graders In the 79-89 hor.O'W' ..- make 1 purchase. day..of the week except Bun-
introduced the Madrigal Singers under the tutelage of their leader range They said that Arrant. GUI
graduation. Dean Frank Maloney In each of the flails In additionto 1 day. There will be no flihlne onIHmdsy
Glee Club and their director. Mr. conferred the degrees on the e3 Mrs. Dawson Copeland and Mrs. Governor and Mr*. Burns, the It was voted to give six holidays man. and Mrs. GucnIUlon warnin In the lake. The lake ,Is

Michael Debhong who entertained : graduates after the graduation ad.drM Randolph Clary. decorated the. Cabinet and wives, the Supreme a year to all city employees' the store. Mrs. CKmtllllon tried\ still closed to such recreation aa
,with .three numbers very_appropriate . ,toy ,th* Honorable Wuu.a1Rae Library in a moat. pleasing mannee. Court and wives visiting' dlgni' who,f have been on the payroll>> to persuade Wa :ac* Lalru'a
lorth.-.on.and all wets ,. 'Federal, District: CewtJwdtl.w tart ,including ,the president, ol for tIlDe year In addition to a one sjhler to dance for the group .whn" sing. et*. -
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--.pankocl..I"4p.ao.-b7. Miss Tfc* outer doors Bracing on the flewVeers' vsitc* ..W. AA argument tallow. *.
av i Speaker the Jteus week vacation Holidays are Bid* weN opened on new
Sue Kelly. 'i 'oJ ow MvwJSluclwOrth" *leIYveddWtwocitations : ; Orel were striking; Witt Christ f and tbd HenateV the respective pro terns and I 0.,... July.. d. Labor Day. MM* Arrant pulled I sv ....I' aod motor p.......Which will be derided *

Mayor Goodwin called upon from Dean Maloney, one ma wreaths hung' "oar"a background members of the military will attend. Veterans Day., Thanksgiving and hot Wallae.. In the. srrrliisnon, upon at the December 89meeUrur. >
each ol the Council for recognition for outstanding service to the law paneling of cherry red. Christmas. Pultc" said that Karl warn try. It wa voted to take the.
and a few words and each School student body and the other Inside visitors were greeted with scholarship foundation has toward, Nowllng was employed lag to help tale brother Into their. lowest bid and this. was tabled

of the department heads Introduced for participation Oft..thei.Florida the warm of holiday spirit for. .been formed to handle funds aa a city. policeman for as a replacement car to tea. . him to a hospital until the next meeting.Th .
their workers tnd crews Law Review.. Gerlaod. Riehman.: various Christmas motifs were raised at th* Balls around that for Hope Leddon. be when he was shot In the back. bM were opened on the

A as weU as wives and guests pre Honor Court ChanceBor.; presented strategically wherever place to catch the state and outright grants win, be ginning Wednesday., on a 90-day' new poll*. car and the bid. from'
looked.
Bludworth a certificate for eye one furnished to outstanding Florida trial basis. What Uoosi SocialHoctirily Rlvard Chevrolet Company wee
sent.Mr. Dun. the Library before the be closed. eaeeptod. This will be turning/ m
John F. Bludworth president outstanding work as defense students. << from the proceeds on a The city. hall will JHaauiTWhat
of the council was present counsel for the student court. holidays are over and admire the basis of need, th* money. going from Thursday. noon until Monday a Ml Ford and giving a price
of,111.nd handicraft of these dedicated. for he I New Year of 9I.M3.M for the new CIs........
for the first time; because Mr. lUudworth and family"" will back to students In the area in morning doe "Social Security
confinement the hospital reside in Tallahassee. where be young people. And the Library we k>end. Iii to b* delivered during the
ness
which It Is ooll ct d. _. .. _
to ? To most workers
Doard wishes to thank the girls mean you ..... ....
...
to rev.
w
last be waa unable to. will be special assistant to>the -
year . a Scout and their leaden for thethought ', The Invitation list. will be mad* I said .1 John V; Caner Social S*.* '
also voted to
attend 'He stated that be knew Attorney General from the receipt list of their . I. It wa upon pay
District Manager .In Pan
ta preparation and. the up Florida. Form Flroa 1 curtly man to paint the windows onth
what all he missing at. that .
wa it skill ta execution of design. that contributing' to the scholarshipfund. Improved. Homo :31%; am City, these words bring plea. city hall which has recentlyhad
time but. just couldnt make The PInt MetsvoaMat ChMrch transformed. the Library Into a Realism there will be many tattt thought' off retirement In a new ,..* lifting. of paintOA
i and that h* was happy to be able ftsv. Laaatfeo OarHesn, Poster Christmas Fairyland large. contributors to the founds Florida's forest lire record Improved the future...an ......... 'to their Ute ouUid and new screens on
to come this year and plans tob Blanch H. Johnson ties, .it:la hoped that donations 31 I%" over the first ten golden year when it 'Is time toUh all the windows.. .

here as often as possible"Linth Next Sunday. Is the first Sunday Publicity Chairman trill exceed the 910 per person months of 1994 as COIftpe.the ...-! to It ....... To ethers "Social Th meeting. adjourned until

future. of the-new year. 1.... JBementberk minimum for tines attending theBells. same period. lent year, Security means pac* of mlad Tuesday\ December 99.

Following the announcement and the fin*, making; your stow year's resolutions Sidney .... G.......... I According to figures recently. because they know that, to tfc*
th* Glee. Club group to Include regular attandanoa Gets Rgsjgj_ Ca.-.a.| ) Anyone Interested In snaking. a compiled.. by the.. Florida Forest event off an untimely death thoiramllle .
.... the all played bin- New Type He.....
guests .
at Sunday School morning donation to the scholarship fund Service. wtldfirea this year .have wiU have a monthly .Ineom .

js. for numerous prtjos all of and evening. ,........ Sunday Myron Sidney. Roach, son. off and having their name placed. on turned' over 94.709 acre of the without th* slightest ..... Loans For VeteransM.
which were very nice and usefuL the Invitation .list for. the ...**- notation" of -charity.
School begins at 9-49 1 : and Mr. and Mrs. Q arks S. Roach Sunshine Seta protected wood. -
Those winning. prizes. were there Ia. due for aveijoMa. of Honolulu. Hawaii graduated cola Ball may oatl Bill Shells lands as of October 91 But' few sum to know or. remember . T. loon. of the Florida
William ShulU. a TV tray; Harold Chairman of the, Walton county that Social. of.
Security
Morning worship Is at 110 and from Florida State University Sat With 19JM3.719 acre currently DepartmeMl *ff Veteran Affair,
Goodwin, a set of drinking evening worship at 7:00.: Start the. sudsy December 1_. Mr. Roachreeeteed Burns Committee, at TW 4-TI7I. under protection. n percentles len another type off protection* state that the Veteran Administration
glasses; Mrs. Byrd Bareflsld. TW .1111! or TW'4-24SI., tor those who fcsroms. disabledbefore ..
Mrsv new year right by betas to a BJI. ta Business. Administration . than a third of one percent' la now tasegntetog. a new
tablecloth Eugen Hurley.
; church this Sunday.. with a mcjor ta MOa have burned during the period. reaching the age off 99. onevat of horn. ownership when
S heavy duty power light; )lr. First/ F... ... Paid r .... A worker...
The following& : were prssantsd thKas .. In the sense period .last year 419Trt Carry .ta. my qua It authorUod at .loan In plan.
.. .
Brady Brady. Adams Adams kitchen cookie memo pot: II.Mrs for Infant baptism recently. .: Tor.eaa tile s_. day h* was award-. 1X000 .. Dividend patent burned. lit, 'disability benefit If h* and-soil *..*.....*......
; Lucille Cobb daughter. of Mr. eel Rye <" a1T" M &be 4-991 wildfire IhU year meets the foilowta reqquire* Ia these developments. the

r Louis darn RuaW g. drinks lee cooler assorted with. and Mrs. Wallace Cobb and Val.... Metes AI'nu'' Aettrpartp L.* Welts'' Nelson off the lint .burned. an average of I3J acres ments: If he ha* an Illnasn. or. la. ....... sweet. acquire title to th*

a : David .,.....,.. son of Mr. and l rat the cominisBlim was a eartl- Fad oral Savings A. Loan Aaaori* of protected woodlands. Jury which I* spurted te aoatinu land en whisk. th.. ....... .Is con
..... Bennl Arnold. lee earlsasst .
as i nc... of . for a .long and InasftnlteIm .
Mrs. John rrs.Congr.etataUoa... Mortdorioua_ faaantil, Sloe announces that dividends. forI4M. Th Forest Service estimates assessed held. share ownership' to
cokes Lea Banks. .tree .
: to Tommy Achievement from the Head-war .:Oka firs 'year off operation.amounted . Share err about fjOOOjftOO acros of ; It his condition. keeps bun. open .land area with ether horn**
loused' box choealatas, ; M**.' rat- Jones on besag named Player. of ten of the Third' UDJtedfNaaa to more than 912,000 woodlands M the state. not under from" doing any. eMbeteatiai. worli; swears ta the developmertLMsaagssasni .

Ifcr fast Whit*. TVsptanang 'tiny: : Kaiph.eliatg. the Year. of KorCbwwst. Florida' by Army Fort McPhoreon." 0e0r L for.the year. fir proiec ie. Wildfire on .....* and II..h.* has worked under Social eff th. epee area

... ? reel: LauBose'aeate the Ponaacola Mews Journal.Tommy I Mr. Roac will reside. at Sit The first ala. month. dividends. ands ccMMMsa.. am estimated. H Security for at .learnt flea. years' n4 rosi.tlnasl. faeUllie. .to pro.
.. ... seeker end .
> .la treasuror of<< the 9Ca aedis Oonog* A........ with his wMe wore paid Jisae M wad !*. ***. percent ansMsaity.rtvast .. during Ute 10yearat petted. ending t+lat.d W. llomeownere. Asth ...
Y.yet GoedwtaAB .. .IL1 sea. Yoota FeBowsMp and a Barbara. Seat. and daughter Sot end dividend to bo paid D* smfcrIt >. fin protection. I* a ..... the .Urn h* beeoaa. aisaalsdKvery eorLtiee.Thtmgh.

d this aevoat feativ,-.'.....lespM.... and enjoy-gettagctla.t member off the youth and adult rte. lie t* employed aa a* Me wUl brine the total far the .y. option with the owny... stale. day we Mara. off ....... aaeJetenc.. of GI

and iisuuetl. ....... .....taat.u. Mr. Pao ABoa. year up to moro .UMMS 9I3.0O9.1 and federal sjovernsnonte, .. sharing. anti serious Utaease or .tajtsrioswho lemma. Dtsaei "I'''. VA le estendte -
prate
tfcoj;
,and others for the sjouaeiful Job Schedule: off Sunday Sscvlcoss.a45 Certified PufcU AosohaMamt the eo ... Collier and Felk. .. .. boss not filed a. application . to veterane the privilege. of
they don* ta putting together this ..... Church School May Htatg Give u.. voted In foeeet fir ......*> Joy 4UaaMllty.. benefit. CarerUfMeM esa- ............... In .this. new type of

.*. 'aad are aftelisrjr. hoping IIAO: -... horning Worship w_ c....y .s_ RecsgnJtloai. lien feet year, belmdaaj tK* total )>.l. M90 urged that A penes ...... ...
CMthbM ulselin. | M off Florldaa .sake a* appUeatlae s* am es he.
9>0 pm. Youth Choir Practice at I under p. i *
.. b ant !
a paa again :year.jOkv
ya. and far. a special.. ...- sAO pm. Methodist Youth Fellowship 1 G/.dty Mayo !Mate.;;"::f.riuerv ...... 97' csianHia.State know that h* will net be .... _taMvaae* beetefiu ar* available)

mss sjssv ss.* Mr. .*..... Arnold Ow. .1. ... tI ........* at D.r\snlaJk. Spring tat the state. .Is ..-. ...* .Pale te return ta work A delay Pa .ta year Soviet Security. office

,,11M p---d to IIIne a t Clan,....t 7AA po,... Evening WorskipSeaman I V..... Farm Agwaey. one off the ..e. winter "nro-seoxiei m.wthsiSlat. flltag an apBtleatiosi. gar SaeMtleuttty .. Ma..aced at liD Harrison A".....
.*.. a* erne of tfce prtm** for rrxtMNS. D... at New. Tear's peen ae hiss'. Urgost broker. off realestate. rWeater C. If. Coulter ,*- sUoaaUtyertte aaeuram ... FMMSMS. at,.. .,...... Carey. ......
---- e.. e... Greeeateeaver Country Ctels.Jam. wa given .pe .., ree.gfUtJan .' aveete alt landowners peimlreUed ....... r xld man a low' ta --- ... yea gw4 ta teueh. with see

/ T....... Coarser HbUdey Store* dared.Jam. by KM eanapoity roaeajUyffer IMTSM *.. their land. tonotify n... .M** and dlseue* your ease. wrdkrepreeoateilv

*>g...lg ALLOT. Recruit Curtis Cat t-Srihasl I Opens owtataojdititf gyp, lie, "", th. Fterid Forest Seretesarfrso When a dleaotllty osjtlratlasi. a .tt you ar. noweektaa .
Mr. Joaate Ann CaBot. ape 91.of Jr. USX. son of Mr. and ....* s.ddl.tl.r-7l1. roved. Star tJiliomsa- heows. /la' .iw **, Itenosste far IS,...... !III filed the aesa *ff mesh 00-. ? ......... ., an 1M...,..
Ite West slue avenue, pssssdawey Curtis Cook off DvFksaiakgraduated $ rIgq Pavteai CIty Caarfl-.,-. alan MQJia.rtiUon. with over *7taocal phsrflag. should aloe b* ptecedear plieoal aod. taJbemattes .-.*. MstfisaMlHy wens.. ..... a dabs eewM mesa i
early Sander anemia m asjoarbr Vs... 4. frona recrvsttrainlnsT Derue.Uk u.c. ...-V**. fepnaoatatlree' off UntVMlfvaaa ..... Cawiter. I.* fast tIM .te sent te Ok* peeperS a free. ta benefit, .. 1 It today,
... ..
I t Veeatfcmal .....
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HoepMaL. Mr. Cane was at Uve. Karat TrateisigCenter. off C. R+ooM-7Ss. owe** fee ....... pertin. off alt off Florida'srttfeeM net lesaanawtTNSRI'S'
Th yetipte there wtO
S fated *ff Zit utbaghaw. bwt bed Sea Deg*. Calkf. taeD.YuaMh Rosters Star Stalls. with UsUted. at flFteMek Is nsriMsry If eve trees deride Agesry.. If these* Is ytbiNsT ... .
"' low.etiquette. -M-: Sprto s dies I I" ptoyed vital fare reseed I.. to onnlkeu* b- yfast io CNAHOg rod
resided m o.J"ftWc %iti .s for Me loarpsd beat saOHarjr : a h. hatUa41Hy .
d t help
*verea%*
asset ehriaeaa aDd aa.we- *.". J ,.ekDuna ..... '.IM ate e4 mice. drive "..- s.owte*". Lets e.e./.*. ** reretut *. . I.as* eff Carpet Shseminssr wM

rears.facto. ** her ........ hip and a be.! tswd.dp. fill !?ATdO.. enltlaag, M. th* neared largest with ........ nrsa.." b*> aye.RICEIVg0 . gslahal .*.....tnt.. Mary hoe pose/s rem /returnin wed. 1........ of little I....tr* Carpet

Mr. III..*. C. CTKeef off De- ,...,...,.. .........' L ..1y rA78S.Kiwesade5275 tSsr.d..7. sekr eeraatA M ttads.r'etestyyen <*<. not ullfy tar tfleaMltty bei.%. I Na.ipo0a Fisher Hardare Caw

Pt9sWr.rt9meni.. hero M ddod .* 1M seeping ,..."., <<; AS DgOftggMMS ..,.... ... .............. ... eai
.. were ee.dme. .... wee ..teaMfveaaltMary. drOl. Mat -. aOe*. -12**. ewes .. week.. Weather I.porter.

ed .. Tee.d9ry r M915M.dbamC'raT aid. ........... weaer .'.vivatattlees ... Wab.e. ti-.-7th1.Vlt.ala : Merit. Js avVHaWsP R-HP JB. Carolyn. VtM. Cases-. U.... OM Serial Seeatty. tow "

F1wrat .... wee bAaaap and 1Mo. ..... e- Gorden A.t1-AM' a..e belt datstfMer .s? Mr. ad Mr.*. a d.ent-d.. ....... Ii waee. rsedM J eta 1Rglh ..w Rag *\
.. of harmt erraagwseetr.Mr. Friday Omiya 7, d: 'Oonain off Dar*******. ...... is week. II' he huew.s. 'Wdmd.y 1'1' M UN. f\\
..... V. tV gthnnsv Sr Mrs. Greta see Caane NsT1s. /.. >nsstlisr. y' af. Seu...s. ...... gradMeted fire bride> State .,.*. akin .M ....' .5. Cater msSdet Tkw.dq 'II 1 .J9rltldaty
.-4 Mrs. Pad tLmgaalow std Na.esd Ceattan toed JIll-. 1rtIla.vie elf. .... b the W.Ne ..rnrrtr heir pine a. .... r**** ... verrI M she wider ...sesees.s .. A pwelM.e le Wle. .ded wba. .rrM I ..,4. m ...) ifSsl.rMgr t
..igrs. .f, Bee...... sieMt att.wgd ......... orates.as C.-a 1 as ... be rGSrad 1MAre. ..y.- ..need ........ ..... evwrMes. n O..srahbar 19, saes work am saa.lf.. en ifaaeoskar I 79 M m ,

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= Piano Recital VIRGINIA CAROL JONES Exemplar Chapter Beta, Thomas Hugh Andrews vf Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilkinson
I WED DECEMBER 24 Sigma -hl.&let Monday is spending aeveral das: 'and Marttes of Decatur Ga.. spent
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Mica Lois Maxon presented her with his parents, Mr. and'iJ4rs.!the weekend with, her parents,
pupils in a Piano Recital Saturday AIi" Vlrlngia Carol Jones formerly The Exemplar Chapter of Beta Tom Andrews. Mr. and Mrs T -n Andrews
evening December 19 at 7siru of DeFunlak Springs, and Sigma Phi met Monday. Decemter Patrolman Clenton Rhodes of Ralph Andrew <= who is stationed
s str JonotHan F. Pierce of 7argo, Fla, 14th in the home of Mrs. ClaraKennedy Milton, spent the holidays with in Kc We t .Tit the holidays
P.M.This delightful affair was belt: were married Thursday December for a combined meeting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rear I with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
at Miss Maxon's lovely. ". den' 24th at 12 noon in Baldwin, and Christmas Party. Rhodes. I Tom Andr wa.
art F which was even more attractiv Fla. Mrs. Mary C. King; president., -
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z m,*. Tree under which was a gU niece of the late Maude Saunders. meeting was then turned
;:: for each pupil and visiting child over to the Program Chairman, RITZ ''THEATRE
The program Included: BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT and Mrs. Estelle Griswold eave
"In Church"-Mary Sue Morgan a moat Interesting and informative S
; -Minute in O" by Ludwig! };fro end Mrs. Stanley Hobbs of program on "Early Settlers".
van BeethovenGayle Godwin; Enterprise Alas announce the wring the social hour delicouVreshments J. V.. LAWSON.. OWNERWED.THURS.FRI.
HAy Ay. Ay"- : "Singing in the Rain"-SlmcoKllboume Ugh, born December 24, 196* uostess. Each member was presented .
'; ; "Dark Eyes" (Folk! weighing eight pounds and three a lovely Christmas corsage SATURDAY
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Song)-Goan Morgan; '.T rlln- Quarters, at the Gibson Memorial by the Social Committee. Gifts DOUBLE FEATURE
t tella" by John Thompson-- Godwin; Turkish March" by Maternal grandparents are Mr. ten, and the group enjoyed sing
Jfr Ludwig van Beethoven-Old Godwin and Mrs. Hilton Ilarrell of Enterprise tug Christmas carols.
; "Wonderland by Night" by Ala.
Chasen Newman-Simeon .1C 11- Paternal grandparents are Mr. and children of Durham. N. C. r GI.BLUES
bourne; "Hungarian Rhapsody No. ftnd Mrs. Roy Hobbs DeFunlak spent several days In DeFunlal IN COLOR
2" by Franz Liszt-Helen Strlck Springs Fla. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
John McMllllan. -PLUS.kCJJ-
land.This was followed by each pu- X t. and Mrs. Jeff Parish from Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holland o'
pil playing a Christmas Carol and Savannah, Ga* are spending the Panama City. were guests of Mr.
everyone singing. holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holland during
During the social hour the pupils and Mrs. Tom Andrew and Mr the holidays.; _
1 received their gifts and also and Mrs. Mark Parish. Coach Jack BJudworth of Cul- e
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SsOif ; K +' I presented Miss Maxon with gifts Mr. and Mrs. Larry Joe Dan. man Ala. Spent the holidays
Delicious refreshments of mina- relley and family of West Palm with his family Mr. and Mrs
ture hot dogs Ice cream and nench.! are spending the holidays John Frank Bludworth.
Christmas cake was served with his parents,, Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Copeland I
Those enjoying the evening! of' Walter Dannelle-r.. and three daughters, Cathy. Carol BUT BlMUSW
music with the pupils and teacher Colonel and Mrs. D. Ong. Tony and Carla returned Monday froma
were; Mrs. Evle SalUman Mrs and Terry of' Little Rock AFB" holiday visit with his t-_*-.'''-
Ollie Sue Godwin. Mrs. Max, Kil- Ark., ore. spending the holidays; In Madison, Ind., and his sister
isti bourne. Mr. and Mrs. Cassel Morgan with her father, Mr. E. W. Adklon. In Cincinnati. Ohio.
1' and children Eddie Earl and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Baker of '
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II Engagement Announced I Mlcki. Mrs. Ike Morgan Mr. and Miss Rigena 'Williams studentat Decatur .Ala., spent the holidays .- VRTINC JAN. 13
r Mrs. Van Butler Mrs. Tiny BurlU Auburn spent the holidays here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Iran W.... Sbaw Freeport, is now employed by Casey's lOA son. Mrs. John Fonvillo, Mr. and with her parents Dr. and Mrs. Mrs.'Fred Baker. \\1tI'iiANoI1I
announce engagement of her FoodUner Mrs. Jack Morris and daughter C U Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Reese and .
Via.
daughter Elizabeth to Woodrow : Quincy Kathy Mr. and Mrs..Harold SalU Misses, Joan and Phyllis Hales family of Eau!: Gallle, Fla.. spent I IME _
(Buck) Sconlsrs, .-on of Mr. aDd The wedding !i. planned for 7 man and Mr. and Mrs. Preston from Beaufort, S. C.. spent Christmas Christmas here with Mrs. E. H.
...... T. W. Sconiers, Z> runUlc pjn. "January' 23, in the Freeport" Jones. wIth their aunt and uncle. Reese and Mir. and Mrs. Tom
Springs. Methodist Church. A reception Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hamilton.Mr Fountain.Mr. ?a0t tDSTN Y1YER er f [AAYt
The bride-elect la attending will 'be held at the bride's home David Neel. cadet at VMI In and Mrs S. D. Sutton and and Mra. Phil Harris spent M.. .. mM
Freeport high school. Mr. SconiersiM following the ceremony. Friends" Lexington<< Va. Is visiting Wi aurhter. Linda of Pensacola. Christmas Day with her brother II _
a graduate of W.ltora'and and relatives. are invited. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nee .si.rM nt Christmas here with Mr. and family In Marlanna. Mr. and e "
Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Chapman' nd Mrs. F. C. Leavlns. Mrs. Henry Burke. dUCHQ.5
Mn. Oeraldlne Bank returned Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes and famIly Miss Pat Murphy of David Miss Mary Richardson spent Mrs. E. H. Walker left Sunday I . -Mf Itt COLM*.
via TWA Sunday to Kansas City, I of Creetvlew spent the holidays Llbscomb college Nashville. I II Christmas!! with her niece in Mar- for Sarasota where she will visit.
Kan* following a visit here over ; visiting relative in De- visiting her parents for the holi anna, Mrs. Charles Can-away. Mr. and Mrs. George Stedman. '-
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duction and sale: of Florida-made age meter sizes of one-half. three- -
DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined means improvement; nor is it to 'defend I Seals To Promote products and to brine the state's quarters and one Inch. PERCY W. MILES Jtt.
THE those who believe Negroes' should be denied Florida ProductsTwo industrial and other advantages The seal program ls 1 one of -
to the attention of a world wide several Commission campaigns to Captain Percy W. Miles Jr.. son
with TIlE BREEZE public accommodations solely because of .
audience assist Florida's indutrial develop of Mr* P. Wv Miles of DeFunlak
Defrtinlak Springs Florida race. What is at issue here we think, i Is colorful seal designed to The seals are provided In newspaper ment and Increase economy to Spring, has been decorated: with
Published Every Thursday at the way this and some other Supreme Court Identify and promote Florida- mat form for reproduction match the state's phenomenal the U S. AT Fierce Commenda
made products throughout the tion Medal at Maxwell AFB. Ala,
DeFunlak Spring, Florida decisions proceed from preconceived ob- proof form for use by printers growth.
world Captain Mile
were revealed the was
today by and f't1cra"en-both at no The seals are designed as a awarded the
Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area jectives and then elaborately seek to justify Florida Development Commissionfor the businessmen. Actual seals gear to represent industry sur- medal for meritorious service at
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico them whether or not the process bends legal state manufacturers and busi printed In color on gummed en- rounded by orbital line depicting Headquarter. USAF Washington,
nessmen. available In Florida the world's missile D. C.Tie
amel stock: are quantities s
Second-Clau Postage Paid tradition and the Constitution.It .
The emblems addition, the with silhouette of captain .Is
carry the themes at cost. In center a palm presently a stu-
K. C. STORKS Publisher 1924-1983 ""Made' For You In Florida By seals are available] without cost! tree a modern plant and a state dent at the Air Command and
was not enough in this for the
HOWARD STORRS. Editor. Publisher case Ktoridians" and "A Florida Product tor production as postage meter map. Staff College at Maxwell.
SUBSCRIPTION: Court to uphold the Constitutionality for from the Nation's Sunniest slugs for use on company envelope "'l'he""sea1a, mats and reproduction The Walton high school graduate
the public-accommodations section of the Business Climate" and are being *"and' mailed material. proofs are available from I who received his B.S. degree
Walton and Adjoining Countle$3.0O Per_Y_ made available"for"attaclmtent'to In size from one ""
The mat* range tlie "Develoment Cornrn alon's i from Davidson (N.C.) College entered
Civil Rights Act-It did in another' decision -
so product: shipping- In diameter; ''the
containers nd to light Inches headquarter In Tallahassee, and the Air Force In September
Other 33.50) Par Tau on the same day this week. The majority letterheads, and forue"" lnad- reproduction i proof from one- rough Chambers .of Commerceand 1952. He was commissioned in
felt it necessary to go further:rand I VerUsIn"'' 'Iterature"fcnd"layouts. alf'to 12tncherm dlameterf-the[ Industrial "Developmentgroups'throughout" ] I 1055 upon completion of Officer
'The.Cmumsslon..ld.fh *-ef-< J9'th1ted*! mIn both 1'4-tncb the state. Candidate School.WHATA .
Arguments Made\ To Order arbitrarily assert new Federal; authority i hll brt'' l I'-.tm edlvaTsttnftilatlng'pro-' and alx'-Inch dWmeter! aod''Joat.-

What often troubles people about the' the vexed area of Federal-state relations,I

not its apply a legal doctrine to sovereignties whereit
Supreme Court these days are only
had not before been applied and 'open!
the
more debatable decisions but reasons '
by which they are reached. The criticism up possible new problems affecting the civil M .
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applies once again we think to the sweeping order. All this to accomplish the purpose of .

new ruling which voids, numerous sit-in obliterating" distressing chapter in our i

prosecutions that were 'begun, under stateor history. DEPOSIT SERVICEd

local statutes before the passage of the That such a purpose, 'however worthy,

Federal Civil Rights Act. lies within the proper province of the Courtis

The great purpose of.(the Federal Act, far from clear. Small wonder that many

j declared Justice. Clark for ,the bare five-to- people are made still more uneasy when the r DEPOSITORYUse [

four majority, was to obliterate the effectof Court seems to cut the argument to fit the r \

"a distressing chapter of our history purpose.-Wall Street Journal. convenient envelope) drop. <

t This demands no less than '. to strike ----oOo
down pending convictions inconsistent with Don't Wait For Government No key is necesaary. Deposit supplies DIFFERENCE

the purposes of the Act." President Carey of the Chamber of Commerce are furnished aHd"ydHr 'reeelpt'wtII'be A FEW CHeCKS MAKE I IA

That being the objective, the line of,justification of the United States has some good 'few checks can sty* you hours of effort-

goes approxlmattely followsthe' :) advice' for businessmen. As he sees it, they I -. fled the*fiI*,>"lag day. and worry-.every month With a checking

Federal ,law bars among other' things, discrimination should display more initiative and self-re- account her. .. YOU'canJ pay-your bills quickly

in places of public 'accoramoda- liance In their role as community leaders. IANKBYMAIL'Aak"us and comfortably,by real No endless errands,

ton like hotels and restaurants; generally] '" I no waiting In lines,no trudging around on cold
speaking, those 'who henceforth'demand "The economy will be much better oft, forEvery'mall free btink-by-mall envelopes. or stormy days to pay them. And no worry
he says, "if we don't wait around for gov- "about-receipts ( cancelled checks show
them be for your
service in cannot prosecuted '
., box i Is a teller 'window.CAWIHON .
'" 0 ernment subsidies when it comes to provid- who got the ).
trespass' or comparable offense. money
ing what"Is needed in the home communitybe
In the majority's thinking the present It slum clearance, mass transportation Open'crtfcefcffigr'6ecounf here today!
Federal law should therefore be interpretedto
education or providing more jobs. .
cover the past even though the statutes STATE BANK
under which the prosecutions were instituted "If we take thought-and then take united -

were not Federal but state and were perfectly action-we can make it unnecessary for :eFUTttAK 'SPRINGS, FLA. THE FIRST ;NATIONAL BANKDEPOSITS

::4 legal at the"time. The" state prosecutions the federal government to move In upon

: I In the cases'''before' the Court accordingly our lives and decisions. DEPOSITS" st7ltBD UP TO $10.000

"! are ordered dismissed,. and on that Member Federal'Deposit'Insurance Corporation INSURED UP TO $10.000
Waiting for the central government to 'Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
,basis. perhaps thousands of others will also road thereis
act on local matters is the surest .
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: "abate"or International Cooperation A Reality ,

1 die when tho law under which they are In an age of constant world tensions, it ;. g''y tly THE FLASHLIGHT!If I" i
brought is so changed that the conduct

charged is no longer unlawful. And certainly Is cooperation pleasant for to purely record peaceful that International purposes Is ':i'' f BATTERY OR LANTERN'YOU NEED I I!IVlSlTOUtf

on the surface it seems Inconsistent and -
till a possibility.An elr
"V unfair to prosecutions niter the ] I r
; pursue body example of that/occurred a short time ,_ ..
politic in its wisdom or othorwse has Teen
at San Jose, California. There new I
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fit to change the law them. ago I
warranting WfcTABLE. Lid ITINB CENTER
lest, facilities for a $25 million nuclear reactor
Unfortunately for tho argument, it omitsor w
and fuel development program were r SELECT FROM 26 MODELS I
downgrades a couple of Important dis
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manufacturing company, the Atomic En- : .J
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one, no evident precedent exists for ergy Commission, representatives of 17 .....
Congressional' authority to "abate" convictions southwestern Investor-owned electric utility
under state laws. To. Mr. Clark the ,
1 companies and the West German govern-
fact that the statutes were state no Federalis t .
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ment i,nuclear laboratory. The project taE_ IN ..Nsrctert mmto
a distinction without a difference, but .
these participants.This
financed by
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Justice | >
IJlack. one of the four who .
strongly .
dissented from the reactor Is described as an outstanding v> : ...11/'twtt' ....".., .... _

' could t majority conclusion, pioneering effort in harnessing nuclear |w..tt ftf Mart sign hut ales
find no precedent for such authority ..-
energy: for peaceful uses. It will provide vital > ttt tits ttttk (tort to delta Tasa,
in the nearly 200 years Congress has beenIn engineering Information and experience for t ta..).cavftt..Meta it for tat> tot

existence. Justice Ilarlan, also dissenting, ....... It.'dr .
family of fast breeder ceramic-fueled reactors 1 'Yrl.IN M' IIIIIt R tats,toreea4
agreed it would represent wholly
a unprecedented
which tthe manufacturing company
exercise of Federal legislative z
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no intention of abating state .
prosecution The goal Is new and low- ''oat methods of 'C..il'P.
in passing the Federal civil-rights
bill; Mr. HarUin said nothing: remotely suggests generating electric power. + .._;;'NHI ""'nDPn'i.

: "Congress had any such revolutionarycourse The international aspect of this 'program ........... _I r1 e I aUS !'(Ii'61"U.Al .

In mind. As Mr; Black put It, give it an unusual interest. Beyond that it ..14 1 u fie. ; I -aTII" iTOOL
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Is one more evidence of the profound Interest -
barring discrimination does not at the same American enterprise has in solvingthe Mir: :::=--.:: -

time give those "who are unlawfully refused r": ---. 'I'M etages..r] M'
service a 'right to take the law Into their complex problems that are a part of M' "."' ,.................sol
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own hands by sitting down and occupying practical nuclear power generation. Dram- e N1e1"..,.._,: .,...Nratr......"CIIa&oe at.rd ofA, citro.

' the premises for as long as they choose to atic technological progress and scientific ........ 'dacoratet.....
breakthroughs have been made In a far 11
stay. .
A further significant distinction turns on shorter period of time than I was originally ;; s ... 1$15.98

tho,kinds of transgressions now retroactively alred. t. "

exempted from prosecution. While Justice ._ oOo runt
"'Clark for the majority mentioned thepeaceful -
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nature of the demonstrations in

tho particular Instances before the Court. Wistful and alone I go pacing _....,. . .. lSrl.'a"I
the most forlorn fields with slow uncertain
no one needs to be reminded how easily '-' act plaits-. ear III ..... .IJieTlrpe
peaceful demonstrations can turn into vio- steps, and keep a careful watch to shun M d..atlat striae.Iles Meat ... YHS.tTrW

lent ones. Still another dissenter. Justice whatever ground bears the human trace stl Matt nMee ...... *

White condemned- the Court'* imputing to 1 find no other shield to guard my face ." grassay tarsIitdYg .

Congress any ratification of "massive. disobedience from the visible haunt and company of men;j 5'. Oe lilia"ai1alr $10.98

to the law so often attended by for they can study{ how I burn within .............---- c'Z4rt. "' fr.4t.trtrtariatar.wteetnlf . .
violence. by the outward gesture" of a joy laid waste: --.tee, Ir"I" -=- ........ is
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At the .least, then the decision could all I think even the mountain now and shore .$18.15 :: .,..r.a..u.
: and woods and river know ,the stress that
' too easily be taken as an Invitation to' further
triM my life hidden 'from all other .
: display of civil disobedience, 'includ eye*
But I can reach no way *o wild and tortured a-
tag personal injury and 'property destruc
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, encourage already
prevalent
attitude that anything roe. Illegal or speech with me and I 'with Love.4'rancesco U LEJ I I SL W WHEN YOU THINKOFHAWWARE ,
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enough. ''For the unhappy fact Is that when oOoGeaa I

!' y i ... kiss are chanced, especially. with frequency of T1aoacIatr .

I rand for questionable. reasons, the law Itself Slander I fa a midnight robber: the red- +)

; ". ..be brought to some degree' of disrepute, tongued assassin. of radical worth; the coaervativv '' THINK( OFF1D'C

'f!.tr, ,,.1., 4isregar. i, :awindler. who sells h1mIta. 1MhimtYou Think if H.r s.'Thiu* s

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rUBLISHED EVERY 'THURSDAY FUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA THURSDAY., DECEMBER'31. 1964
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Deer Hunt At to reduce' a deer herd that is fast from 0 through' 99. This will hunters based on last year's total to reduce a deer population. : and.gravy (Lina: reaching maximum size for the establish a S percent basis for I permit sales of 7000. In 195S Eglln's deer population Jan .1-8th 1965 (Line 1)), English peas escalloped
Eglin January. 9 land area involved will be held issuing antlerless deer hunting In pointing up the need for thl.apecial tomatoes, cookies,, hot rolls, milk.
,on range previously closed to permit. Those hunters whose number
smtlerless deer-hunt < A one day antlcrless deer hunt hunting. I I I', Eglin permit number cods in one biologist L. K. Jeter said "Deer approximately 15,000. (Line 11). ham and cheese sandwiches buns (Line II). hot dogs and
will be conducted on portions of I As for the method of selection of the five numbers drawn will have been trapped in one of these" and potato sticks (Line 1)), pickle sticks (Line I), potato
Eglin Air Force Base on January i of those eligible to participate In be notified that they are eligiblefor highly populated areas and movedto LADY BROWNI tossed salad pineapple pudding, sticks, vegetable soup cherry
9, 1965 according to John the antlerless deer hunt. Walker the January") 9 special hunt. restock other areas for the past hot rolls. milk. cobbler,, milk.FrdaDakf'd.,
Brown, regional in'inager. Game Spence forestry branch chief ..tECIin. Five out of each 100 holders ofregular i twelve years. This trapping ore- have a friend who works Tut"flday-Meoat loaf Line II), ham Line II), tuna
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and Fresh Water Fish Commis- has announced that there Eglin hunt permits would, ration has not reduced the deer town. chicken salad (Line 1)), potatoesau fish salad sandwich (Line I),
therefore, be Issued antlerless population within this area. Present I call her gratin cabbage, apple and sweet potatoes suffle, frozen lima
"Lady Brown"I
deer hunting permits. The total! methods of trapping and wish could" celery salad field peas cake with beans orange chiffon pie, hot
everyone nee chocolate Icing<, hot rolls, milk. rolls milk.
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AGENCYFire I stop in to see' "Lady Brown. r
I roll around to the vegetable< r Reddy with the 4 '

Automobile Bonds stall There I find her beautiful and AY WEATHER
Marine & CasualityRest tall.

Assured Drive InsuredA Her hair la dark her eyes are
Fire Needn't Mean Financial Loss blue i
Adequate Insurance Pays I I you.She"says. "I've been< looking? for
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passing by. Company. IJnten for It on theme DeFunlak
II pp1N1OSP.fl (Written bv? radio station: W7EP radio 6:55.7:00: : A.M,
'a l{ Mr. :S.THKRE'S R. Lynn'
Monday. Wednesday and Friday WDSP radio
NO CMAROK FAR 6:006:05: A.M. Monday through Saturday.
ue of Camel Shumnooer wish
Z pCT s h'L purchase of ntue Ijivtre Carpet. t.'JLI'OII'EII ';0.
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VOLUME 74-PUBLISHED* EVfeilT: mtJitgtJAT _. DeFUNIAK: SVB N Gs. FLORIDA: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1964.WILLIAM

CARD Of. THANKSWe Miss Virginia Dannelley is home Mr. and Mrs. J. J. HUlard is
Argyl Baptist: Church.. Special Year-Knd r w A from Atlanta, spending the holidays spending thAI Christmas: holidayswith
YV Entered P.v.lopmnt Mlnl.try.w ',:Services; At Davis Church wish to take this opportunity with her parents, Mr. and their son, J. Bute and family I
Lane Baptist to express our thanks and Mrs. Walter Dannelley.; in New Orleans. .
The Agyle Baptist church of
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Argyle, has entered the 1964 Here's an Invitation to get readyto appreciation -----
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Southern Baptist church Deve- start tho new year right by so
lopement Ministry, the Pastor, Lee attending the special 'year-end of the illness and death of our DOUBLE VALUE DAYS! I
King, announced this week. I services at the Davis Lano Baptist loved one.The Sr.
R. L.WcLendon.:
Sponsored by the Home Mission church, beginning< Board of the Southern Baptist I evening, December 27th and each Family

Convention, the plan Is to stimulate -I evening that week at 7 P.m.; _. .
interest In church 'work John W. Emery. Jr., pastor of -'- -
participating churches in a recent the Grace Baptist church, of Guy- FREE CHAIN
year recorded twice as many baptisms mon Oklahoma, will be the rnvf.-t ift Thf ir
per member as the Southern speaker. Ills church: is "Pre-mll- fns J. I t j I I ( .I\ f 918.00 TO $60.00 VALUE
Baptist Convention average lennial-Fundamental- Indepen-
Each participating'! church selects dent and Missionary." Therefore t.s THE BRILLIANT
we assume that he is the same.
projects relating to local I
n church, the local community, and Good congregational: singing and .s
I special l music. Again we extenda WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA
the world-wide missions. An Inventory -
cordial Invitation to all to attend M

suggestions questionnaire for projects furnishes such as these meetings December27th -I I Ii
3rd. Church
'eaderehlp training, community to January
.... programs, and world-wide mis! located on German 'Club' Road.-
. ._.-- - dons Eugene Hedger, Acting Pastor
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achievement receive a parchment
WWIam L. Boogaard SOD of Mr. scroll and churches recognized for Captain Percy: W. MUos,Jr. son 'i WITH PURCHASE OF ANY NEW McCULLOCH CHAIN SAW I
and Mrs. Martin Boogaard of their achievement a plaque. A of Mrs. P. Wl Miles of DeF nlak
MUbanle. S. D., baa been pro- Record of Progress scrapbooks are HALFSIZES Springs, has been decorated with You cat'. . at no extra charge . another McCulloch
moted to master sergeant in the the basis for judging. the U. 8. Ar fiorco Commendation al IRMIU Super-Mac Chain worth $18.90 to 60.00I It's a real
U. S. Air Force at Minot AFB, Lewis\ W. Newman of Atlanta, Medal at Maxwell AID Ala. 182.3O double value ..the world's most popular chain saw with

N. D. Da* Associate: Secretary of the Captain Miles was awarded the ..... .. 0-:11-..: : bar and chain plus an extra super cuttin'. Super-Mac
Sergeant Boogaard is an air Associations Missions Department medal for meritorious service at *stab .saa Chain .-4 all for.the price of the sw atone Hurry!
transportation supervisor In'a in charge of Church Development Headquarters USAT, Washington % A9Sa !-%?*.
: and In-Service Trainingfor J iaTawuM .dMaUoMllLclpI Glee.
unit that supports the StraUfiU.Air : D. C. .
the Home Mission Board, MliliiBi .U>sriiilm adv.- CHAIN SAW nwelutkMwry'. **MMcCullech
Command, mission of keeping: to The captain: is presently. a student .a pus*aaA aala trnfort m. Ssser-Mae
the nation Intercontinental mil- Southern Baptist Convention, Is at the Air Command .and. EE \
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slices and jet bombers on constant makeyou Staff College at MaxwelL with the punfteM ef any
alert. has stated that "total enlistment I The Walton high school graduate ."'sl*5 E5F?.........-developed also in- sa.E ..... nsw McCulkxS)Plata.H8MYI .
The sergeant wife, Ix>verne, lithe of a church's membership in who received his BJ5. decree w.ldBoolt"eeom'r -'
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. I'. Christian Service Is the primaryaim from Davidson (N.C.) College, entered = Place OFFER EXPIRES JANUARY 31. 1965 ,
1. Sutton of DeFunUk Springs. and value of the Church tho Air Force in September
Development Ministry. look Phsee. .er w"... GONE ON IN FOR DETAILS ",
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19S2. He was + --
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Forrest A. McDonald -
Argyle Club twice Candidate School
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The Argyle tome Demonstra 'ts Visiting Mr. and Mrs.Job'. Noel 312 20th Street
tlon Club Christmas Party was The First Baptist Church Evelyn I Is their daughter Patsy who DeFtraiak Springs Florida DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA
held In the home of Mrs. W. I. Storrs Circle No. 1 met with lovely Usenet in Atlanta.
Parker. Mrs Fd 8..tlo_ __ n'I' --
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:The devotion was given by Mrs. K. K. Ralner, Mrs. Nan Murray, To Help You Eliminate: : Seasonal
Parker.
Mrs Howard Cawthon, Mrs. Mildred -
After a short business session Brown, Mrs. J. E. Clark GOFF'SReadyToWear
games were played and gift ex-. Mrs. Ross Tllley, Mrs. R. R.
changed. Hazelwood, Mrs. C. R. Brltt. _
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hostess. by Mrs. Ralner. After the meetIng (Open Thursday. P.M.) -,' ,
The January meeting will be delicious refreshments were ". NDD \. "
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of Deruniak Springs, announcethe \ . .... .. ; :
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a son : .
1, Jr.. born December 20, 1904 and Sing wit be held Thursday nigh, CaswellMotor .. "" : .. \ Your .',." .,...... r,. -';:. ."IIi : iIr; ,... . . / i t
weighing 8 lb. 11 oz. Dec. list at Pleasant Ridge
r Maternal grandmother Is Mm. Church five mUea southwest of -
Njttle Brackins of DeFunlsk\DeFunlak just off the Bob Slke : \
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1'1' U. S. 90 '\'.. l Meet ioBrisy Wto or* paid on a_monthly basis-house payments. installments ,.;, ,,

( BathroomRewiring at *. ..or Juraitur. etc. Consequently most people do their household budge -':'\.':- "'. ..

exterior Interior and e Porches ..... Era tile attn aaonthly.basic_ . it's the most conrenient way. For your \+ ,.

t r painting e Itlocka. and Ilrickso n..I.-w Gall Power Company now offers Budget Billing-amethod of :-r.

Floor TileGarages ratio Save! Save; Save! payment lot which your monthly bill will be determined by dividing the past "

e Screens Let us Install your lleatlaft It mm**"" MBtBff (b cfadia. fuel cost adjustment), or estimated months bill-

y. Wo deal strictly. System KUS1I NOW Startat Before l lJ'i' the ,Lf (IInln.llll-. Mal cost adjustment) by twehre and billing; at the next highest. '(

,_ Sa. tl.Ia.. nnl"erefrw.i.'No"cbaoplD' our present rates is invclred! t

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t ...... I rthe diillsreao.. b.tweea the the SjisnsttiBUf oi mo. cuatemer to notirr the ...

All work fully guaranteed s __l .glad .. .'ivies resaeeed CIDIII the a"eo0 f el.ands.. dwmao and suitable both: paella beds will foe '''..
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Free p"1 H\m\ LstiYr bill ttrM rea M caS- it ..... ... CIODInIct Tea:. h beeotneo op- '
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InspsctiotiEstimates .....wb.la.doNy fie actual two ..'
lro1 FUEL I |/ ...... b..s wt b..wa.bis, tepee pry.unto... o appeepante adluatm.nt ID the .
YEAR TERMS jILL Ii..aT r.c.letsg. readasessily. bibs.>ray h.SButttoIty: screed upon .
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1 payments leas than half at no add 1'I 1- AT ITS RUT WITH AM tf,.. ..Mir'.art _-ilk ..... asd/ bZ. liehM.. .a1 ya......notice to other partr. .I".
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ta.ll.ia M. 3'uWLI.L IN THE: C'.C1JITot'ar IN AND an<* Oorporatloa was Plaintiff' and CAI In Giagantic civil defense activities. andh..
NOTICES Attorney for PlawtUIt run ALTON C-OUIOTY. rVOaVIVA William J. Brewer was 641,5490* an f fnav maintaining of a nation-wide
r. O. Lot *T7 IN CUANCftJtV ",u. S>Mraiup '1'U'i'i:: will sell al publtauction < A *ewn>eA ron A frrvrrm* I Recruiting Drive emergency radio networks. Senior <<'
NOTICE or INTENTIONTO CrtTiw. "VwldatJ3eo .. I'UMTIt and bee t bids Ii
MAK.K: APPLICATiON 1T.J4J1. Jan TIN 1"aIDuU. for cash In front of u* court hats i are trained in navlation communications -
door In DePMnlak BVprtnga, tiorUia dun
FOR FINAL UUkl'llAROK1X : TUB COUNTY JUUOC. COt/KT: I.'I Colonel S. 1L duPont Jr. Flor- leadership first-aid
.' >KJI>A STA.TUTa atAK D. VORTKR.' vn, leral hour of emle on January 11
Ia Cewrl *f la* C_aly Jn.(.. AND 'Ot MAt-YUM' ".OUlNTk) ( Defendant. IMS Ui toUowtifj deecrtbed property.On : ida Wine Commander of Clvt and administrative duties.
Walla Otttr.at LOaVU' A 1M I t JtOBAlaIn > NOTICE: or SUIT to wit: SAFEDIR.VERS.I
*I* erf FiorUlela He: atat of TO: ..... B. VorterJO trawl elfl! Cadlltae Automobile. Air Patrol announce the start
Prefcat. ax>WARl> o. 'WOODSON. Deooaead South Itch Street I D. No IMMOC7SOO lIMM-** Ucana* of the largest CAP recruiting Lt. Col. Philip Porter
.
IDb.* Ketat of A* Ail Credilani__ and AM Parasol Rtrmknaa m. .Alabama .1 JII. 1MB 132BUI ..................... member Toward Bachelor
LOUIB: *X>WAKT> OXU.T nawiag t M &to ia.u 6- You are Hereby notified that 01 8.1. aict'A..rdYru..rtrf eurcas.Iloward drive for new cnlor Working

D.o.a..d sass lull astal.f and each of you are harsh, Complaint for \.b. partition of o.rlalaprotwwa Walton Auderce Counts ever held In the tate of Florida. Degree-Bootstrap ProgramFive :
c.IMoue
w.II May be been fUea acaaJ"OU
AD IOCM.&Uad ... '''Deo.JY.24.S1. "..,
sad required vo anMuuer .
>* 1* nrby clean tbat AxnaiMyrtl la tn. *t>OT* *ntlUa Cows Ut* wvperty increase la expected
Chiaa and wins you, A 20 percent :
Out na* lUed ner final r.poria. .. betas mor particularly aeeerlbeda - -- - of the 12 new FloridaState
of Louie ol you stay bars ecaMt*% tuaouit I the next two
"
Ksacutrlx: 01b.* s.tat tallow within of
deoeaaed that sea filed of aoward U. Wouueoa. oe- 17. Induct. Block University member
Kdward OUL ; Lot 1 through
ber petition for final olacnarc. and a-.. late Ut Honorable >i in to Ui* lion. >u* ... Bubdlvt- acanned the strength ...portanoW'
U1a&.b. will apply to .. Block 11 Caaroae SAVE .. he :
business
jo* Dan Trotman. county Judo of Cwunty Juana ol Watvun tingly anclua ton. Walton County. .rtonda. Eaton Real Estate & totaling more than 2.000 senior scholastic: honorary in
tb 'Txn u* saw. In turn olltue ut UMCounty to *r** a cop Force who
Walton County riorloa. on and you ar* rqulra :: are members of the Air

day am.ot and January for titian 19M dlacnarx, for approval.* ae Kiecutrlx of... .Court within llou... *Ifnai.tin.r u:: Walton Countylorioa. mminuirom 01 Complain your 5095W on t.be or plinurr pleading. attorneyWhiter V* ti... **.*.......*...*..... *. have been completing their work

otb.. eetav of Louie BdwardOUl. u oat. ol tho lust pubUcauoabareaf J. .....u.. P. O. BOB Ml. JMrt Insurance Agency MONEY Opening are available for men toward a bachelor': decree in the
: Said <-J lm. or demano M0)015t .
.
nil "btl oriCtaal
UiU of Plants sad
and
deoaaaed. on day Walton He*en.
t_ laval aadna of UM of char Armed Forces (Bootstrap) pro-
December. IBM. anawr or pleading Inircuit ta* ofTM* and women adult good :
Myrtl OI1IKxecutrtx claimant and tu beana to 5899pre.si.d of lobe (.. Court. enbefor AUTOMOBILE FIRE
Asn** oC ta* Clark acter. Doth pilot and non-pilot gram.
as Stc.catd. a .any .w
of tn eetat laUa .
or tn* daF1&1'7.
of Lout Edward OUl. o* _noca. Uopy tor.otHall b* two IMS. U you fall to do BO. a l>eer** INSURANCEBONDS . OQ car insurance are welcome. The 12 new members of the
with Joaepb M. Aadara+n. aiIonnayatlaw
-. Pro Oonfeaea will b* oat rd .china
23:1O,1Ta4,3i't" P. O. Box MM*.. port WaltonMeacn. honorary are from among a class
4t: you for tb* rallt demandedComplaint. &a ills with'aia: .//gar plan site The senior program stressessearch
_
rtortda, attorney lor tb* eeutxuu of 200 graduating
approximately
D T K PTRIALII. .1' DONS AND ORDKRKO: at D.PunI.kNprtngs. Jets ewes ky and reecue procedure andleadership
your your
Business.Among .
...-64TN Dated MorwBbcr 14, 1.64. Walton County morttfa. UU12UI II training for officer seniors' in the School of
TllII: CIRCUIT COVET' IX AND tel Ploya Humphrey WaodavoA day Of December A. O. I*... We represent STROUT dfr W-r rrror>/. SH me the five Air Force people
rot WALTON COUNTY rLOawA kxecutn of tar Le W Wand 10 ANDHXWa position In variou uadrona.
IN CHA..NCUI't' T.as.msot of Edward: OWuoOaon. IaluLn of th* CrOU&0IN { mon: Senior members wear the uniform Is Lt. Col. Philip D. Porter ofFreeport.
t. B. OLKASOt JK. A* Administrator u.Deelo..n.aUA .-. Walton Oountr. Points REALTY a veteran of World War
It of the U. S. Air Fixe with
of Veteran Affair", aD Oftloar* oX tb* : By Oolleen D 'd. II and the Korean War. He .is
United State of America. Depute Clark Nonn Weiss appropriate CAP-USAF auxiliary
,, Plaintiff. Th. Surd NOTICE of County TO BIDDERS. cwmaurwa.ro Law Office of: Ia Real Estate since 1900 Insignia. making hi. home at 1348 Colonial

WILLIAM I of Walton 0IM0D" Yk less win reeatv Walter. J. Smith ., Pridgen Bldg. Drive. Tallahassee. Upon
J. WILSON and wlf. Specific task now requested by
Eclln Parkwayrt.
IT* Now Xx cUoo
MARION aealed but until latto A. ... on Mon > from" Florida State
M. WILSON. graduation
BERN ICE Walton Bearn. Fie
ODOM.. JR. and wlf MINNIE: SOwu8ODOM. *oay.n the January OourUtou 4th.In letaS Dapunlak at their epruiMa.Silos 4t.DCJT.aOl.JaB.1: Lak. Stanley Ph. TW 4.2311 wreckage the USAF marking of CAP mission are aircraft, support Colonel Porter will leave Jan. 7

riaruia for th* foUmrui, material in for active -
Germany
neteDdaDt.8 COUNTY for Wiesbaden.
ttttt: COVET or TUX
IN of the Air Force' in aerial
sta./' and quantity needed Ills TW 6-4441
NOTICE TO APPEARTO during WALTOM
.JUDOB: IN AND Von I with the Air Force.
WILLIAM J. WILOON rear January 1. toes tutu HeoambecI. n-OBiuA. control' direction and surveillance' duty
: COUNT.
Rout* a. Bos Alabama:aoo f11 I.l90'a.nw Bride lAunbar I ItE: IWTATSJ OP UtMA Ar..aaad A.OVLRBACKRR. :vTTf DeFuniak Spring Fla. .n. Ml...'.0".i... of surface traflc. courier and light
Aa4MUMK Pedl.|
>. Creeoted Bnd Piling NOTICE TO (:REDiTOEI: __ .-- n OINIDAL NSUIANCI, COMPANY transport flights, aerial photography FOR $ALWJTWO YIAR
BXMnCB at. WIL8OMBout a. touch Oak Bride Lumber : AU creditor of tn* eett 01 KmnaOuerbaeker. nf1.w..Of.C. ,OW' and reconaUaance. radar greed, tan Dachshund In good
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a. Box :aooAadaluala. 4. ualvaalaed Metal PIpe tries per A. .-- are ba.sn.lln.d I health- $7$. See Myles Kay. Peters,
foot on lbs following and control'
Alabama cu..me'I I and "' to Ins par test ground approach
ia In4 !. In.; >4 in.; ao. In.; M In. ._1.wr'b Community,('Route 3. Derunlakpringa
.!alma or aerial assistance. In local disaster.
aCARION ODOU. JVL.Addra round' pip* plain and upbN'ad .k*** against ..... ......* ln:th.yh na. 12:10,17.2Olehg:
** UaanownaflNNTK with_ pew per foot on oral pip in of tn> County. Juds of Walton 0euD.t - --:;.._h.-.- '- -- .- -" ---
comparabie to earn Of.be above Oourtnona In -
: BOWXRS ODOUAddree diametera._ to b* delivered ... truckload DeTunlak' l'tor1d.b.BprlnB Florida within its Take 60 Seconds
lo
Unknown calendar month from tn* data-01OUc.
AND a. Plain reinforced Concrete .... th first publication Dtb.. ,a .
TO: WHOM IT MAY .CONCERN >lpi prle par linear foot 01&be rash* claim or damand must b* la RIGHT NOWTo
You and .acn of you and all parson following diameter*: wntlnand moat *tat* tb* **' orealdano
Tl1**}*"** lntrat by. tbrousn" orundar 12 la; l_ la..i 11 In.j )4 In 1 M la. and port ants ..r.: oftb
or alat William J. WUaon M lato b* dellTered tn trutklcatio. claimant and ntus* bo aworw too let us help you dear
and wlf Bern!** M. Alison and lot*. I b Ut. claimant bla ...... or hl.allots. FOR ALL YOUR DRUG'AND
Marlon Odom. Jr and wlf. Mlaal Orader Blade: S ... x S la.: T . or It win booom* acid aoordlnc > up any question lnsur.
.,..... Odom. \&PODbe following X: : U foot: peinte "rrhnl: 'to. law. might have about
deaorlbed property to-wlt: equare soda and bevel end*. NEED&King's
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Lot 39. Block 1. In Aero-Home* Angular. U.tlto.: Not lea* than D -nb-fw I". !rbaKI Aa lar, &lICe.W. PRESCRIPTION i iCOSMETICS.
ubdlTlaton aooordln*; recorded 10 octane; pump and ...... tank to bieoutor of tn* La M WU)
in >ut BOOK 01pigs: ea. b* fumlahed by bidder. and 7..-*mat 01 Dims Iiv4 Iur.ne.| broath. blase.em. 1.II .
record of Walton County', rlorlda.Toatbr .. No. a Dteeai Puel; Pump and Skid A. Oarbaek.ri ....aNd .. and a.|| |Insurance . .
wlUt all atructur and tank to b* fumtahed by bads.e. Pint publication on 0.4Dea.H.JI..I.y..e .i.mb.r M, .....
InvproTement BOW oa aald land Oalranld and Plain. Nail Plan. : landla.. oy.ry type of rlok.. I It
and tlaw..Ydaa to or aO; M; 40; *O. Ut.r. !Ie any way w. sari help'
trod la connection with tb pre- 10. Premium Motor OH- *4-l CaM NOTICE or .Monurr SAM :
ml.. nrlnbov d.euilb ii.ar Lota-10; aO; ao; 40 Oracle. Nou l. ....*hy .*_ that 1.1a.ward rw with a problelm.. It will .bo Rexall Drugs
berebr notified that tb* Plaintiff II. Chaaala Lubrl..na-33 Ib. bucket .'' .An-rMa shrift of ward .i-,pla. .ur. VIP. w* t* d* so w".t.ltu..u. .
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narain ha filed a suit alb a ant ia. Traaamleakon Oreaee-BAE: eO-ao. ton County. Flot'td&n_ oC an
ta Equity to I'orecloee a ntort ac* upon ia. ..... Cablo- tb* abov deecribed property maura Clr- la.: a-4 tn. Court of Walton County on Nambrv
Court of Walton County, rtortda. 14. steal Cable-.eteei Core-4-* la.) l4 la UMM eartaln aua. batata
and that you Sr. required to Ml. ananewer H. la.; >-4 In. pinging tn watch M d- ouUt Aa oepI7tno Harris Insurance
.or Waning la aald oaue with. AU priors quoted to be P. O. ,B. I I .. ..
a copy upon Ut* Plalnurr attomyhoee Job atta la Walton 00uD a.,. Florida a. '

on or .nam..,....and tb.eddreee istto day appear of January below directed.Tn. ttoard. ..rasa..* tb* right to Agency GIFTS AND CARDS
lit.. furUter. that unl** an aneweror reject any and all blda.TbM .S
otltr appearance I* mad :fur' by order of tb* Board of Oouu.y .
that a Decree Pro Confeaeo b* t ComaUaatonwa. Warm County, w-2451
ntered. acalnet for faUur tasaw.r lorida _. TW
you la regular aeatlon on Tu ,. OCCASIONS
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Mrs. Robert Perry of Silver Rev and Mrs. William O. Powell >>- Point Washington with their parent, Mr. and MX*.' Mr*. Pauline Hodges spent the FOR SALE WATER FRONT FOR SALE: PEACH AND Pecan
Spring Md., arrived Saturday fora and daughters, Elizabeth and W A. Holley other enjoyed the holidays in Dothcn with relatives. lot, and wooded In lot*. OaChoctawbatchee tree. Varieties ececially adaptedto
visit with her father Judge D. Betty Ann of Macon. Ga, spent And The BeachesMrs. family dinner that evening were: -- Bay located on this area. Mathi Pecan Nursery -
Stuart CUU the holiday here with her parent Mr. ,and Mrs. Vte Alpaugh of WANTED: DEALER IN oe- OkaJocMa-waltoQ'' county line In Paxton. Fla. Ph. 4-9502 or5501.
Mr. and Mr*. W. B. Cobb spent *, Mr. and Mrs. Howard An Evans Holley spent the Panama City Mr. and Mrs John Funiak Spring for Low Cost Hi- Villa Tasao. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1 '- 1234tfchg
Sunday in Chipley with relatives. derson. holidays In Washington D. C. Fonvllle of Seagrov Beach Mr Quality Paint Line. Contact I{. Box %5'. Villa Taaso NicevlUe
Miss Pun Elliot treturned to Mrs. Cathryn Caw t bon Is with her husband and other rel Mattie Bell Butler and children R. McClelland: at Old South Discount FOR RENT: UNFURNISHEDhouse
after spending spending this week with her son- atives. Ned Regina and Tereaaa and Mr. Paint Store. Eglln ParkwaY. FOR RENT FURN. APT. LIVING four rooms and bath two
Atlanta Sunday here with her parents in-law and daughter Mr. 'and Mrs. AWe Mundy and alias. and Mrs. Jack Cosby. Ft. Walton Beach Fla. Itpd room, dining room, bedroom porches, wired for electric: stove.
Christmas
Elliot. Mrs. Paul Messenger and family Pat Mundy 'of Gadsden, Ala, Another family get-together on bath and kitchen. Front and back Gas available.! See Lucy Jean
Mr. and Mrs. Henry In Orlando. were the houseguests of her slters. .*- Christmas day was at the home GOOD USED Refrigerator, 0- porch strictly private. Available Morris, 210 N. 9th St. Ph. TW 4-
Mrs. Dan Martin returned home Mr. and Mrs. 1* P. Griswold Misses Julia and Helen of Mrs. Evie Sahman with her; and electric range Fisher Hardware December 2th. Mrs. Curtis Bishop 8196. 1234tfchgFOR
Saturday from Port St. Joe accompanied Sherry and Mrs. E. U. Griswold Stricklimd: for the Christina holi- children Lt. Col. and Mrs. Harold Warehouse. Florence St.Telephone TW 8-9838. BALE .
by her two sons, Shel- 12:17tfchg: : HOUSE completely
of Jacksonvlle Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Bailer and, children Jill and BUY: S MM furnished
TO
don and Kenny after spending days.Mr. WANTED on one acre ground, un-
the Christmas holidays with her J. Hancock and Gloria ol Tal- and Mr*. Willie Wesley of Robin Mr. and Mr*.. Dick .SalU- Movie Camera in very good con- "FEMALE HELP Wanted: Spare der fence with shrubbery butane
parents. Mr. Martin returned lahassee and Mr. and Mrs. James Huntsville, Ala., were brief vial. man and children Steve and Joy dition. Anyone having one for time earnings, sewing or typing. tank included located Red Bay.
Sunday 'from Gadsden. Ala. af- Madden o Valparaiso bra In Point Washington Christmas .Mrs. Owe Sue Godwin'and children ale. please call TW 8-3791_ after Write Box 1941 Winston Salem, Cal TE 8-2482. 10.22 tf chg
ter spending Christmas With hisdaughtus Lyle Grlswolds during the houday. Eve. They Joined his mother Old and Gay and of course, ft pjn. N. C.TIease enclose stamped self
relatives.Mr. . and sister MJ,* 'Carol Wesley of Mrs. Saltsroan. addressed envelope for .
and 'other WHITE reply or FOR SALE: TEN "FOOT aluminum !
Mr. .and Mrs. T. R. Pittman Tampa at their DeFunlak Springs LOST ORANGE AND lOc coin.
and M..1. E. Wouten spent 1234,31chg: boat with a Johnson 3 h.p.
Marilyn visited Mr. Pittman home for the holidays.Mr. setter name on Christmas with the E. W. Selarsin and motor, carrier*, life Jacket,, oar,
Pensacola. parents In Sandersville, Ga. over ., and Mr*. T. J. Smart of :Miss Marvette ,Jenner and her Johnson Pensacola". Reward. Call CASH FOR LATE MODEL eta All $145.00 complete. Applyat
the weekend. Cincinnati Ohio and her mother, mother Mr*. Ackemecbt.: : of Pen- TW 4-2881 or TW:; 0-2571 De- can. usa model up. Buying for 209 "7. Park Ave.
Miss Margaret Sowell haaiah Mr. Alice Kennedy were visitIng sacola visited friends her. on Funlak Springs and ask fo John Eastern and Miami markets. If 12:24.31
turned home after a relative and friends at Saturday NeeU 1 2:3: lch&. yogi have a used car to sell call

Mr. and. Mrs. B. M. Brice In ara ton Beach and Point Washington Miss France Wile and Mr*. LOST-SEVERAL YEARS AGO James Hussey. TE 8-2211-8 a.m. "FOR
OUR Orlando. I recently. They accompaniedMrs. Janet Wesley are Jacksonville for some one borrowed 10 of my Fos- till Sao pjn. 12JlpcI txdroom RENT: UNFURNISHEDtwo Com-
Mr*. Verna Broxson of Orlando. Kennedy home for the holidays several days this week visiting toria Sherbert Glasses from me apartment.
Roland
pletely call
Mr. private. Griffith
pent Christmas her ewlUi In DeFuniak Springs after relatives and friends. -
for a party. Stem green-Bowl .
TAN 8-3771 aft..5
GUlls and fam- COMPL.T.'LIN. pjn or
and MM. Harold she had spent the past three
Rocky Wilson of Atlanta. and clear. If any one known of such see at 114 Douglass Ave.
month with them lu Cincinnati. Mike call TW, 4-2481. ZENITH HEARING A sAND
ily.Mrs. last Wilson, student at Presbyterian glasses please 12.10cbgtf.:
H. O. Hinton'.pent Mrs. Kennedy entire family college, were home with Mrs. Ralph Spence. Itpd BATTERIES, TO FIT
week with Dr. and Mrs. Andrew were with her for Christmas dinner their Mr. ALL MODEL HEARING
parents. and Mr* Grey
Pensacol Included HELPS You I I I FOrt RENT: FURNISHED APT.
Hinton In and : Mr. and Mrs. NEED TEACHER AIDSKINO'S ,
By I ML O. "Buddy" Warren Mr. and Mr*. Glen Beach re- John J. Kennedy Jr. of Wave- Wilson: during the holiday may secure Broadman Commentsfor i United Farm Agency, see or call
turned home Sunday after pending land, Miss. Lt. CoL and Mr*. Max Mrs. Verna Broxson of Orlando, 6S or RozelT Complete Lessons REXALL STORE 1 J. Mayo Statz. TW 47831.
If you were to, witness the the holidays with their daughter Kennedy and children Brian and spent Christmas here with her plus some Bible Commentaries -, 12:17tfchg: '
control room activity of a and family, Mr. and Mrs. Susan of Tyndall Mr. and Mrs. daughter. and family MS: and at the Home Book Store I I
missile shoot you might marvel ,W. P. Schmieder In Athens, T. J. Smart, Mr., and Mr*. Bill ,.Mr*. Harold OUli 811 Live Oak Ave. also avaUable.
at the dial, control, Mr. and Mr*. H. Q. Seal- returned Wardlaw and children Ellen Mr. and Mrs. Robert I.Wither A fair assortment of Bibles and
connections and message- to Jacksonville this past Beverly) and William of Columbus and children: of Panama, City, good book
sending apparatus necessaryto weekend after spending the holiday Ga. and Mr. and Mr*. Willie pent the holiday here guest of NEW YEAR'S DAY
get the bird off It.'pad.: In n-eeport. DeFunlak Kennedy and daughter Tyrene of her parent. Miv and Mrs. Alex
However the body you pack Springs and Pensacola.Mr. DeFuniak Springs. CaswelLMr LEGAL NOTICES .

around so matter-of-factly and Mr*. T. E. White and Rev. Jack Burllson returned to Alma Hlnote of Montgomery CLOSING
contains a control and message family of Thomasvllle Ala., returned := his home In New York City 1 l guest of her parent during NOTICE or. am1R'e. SASS ,
that Howard
now to bM-.br ** *n X. -
system so complex a* to home Sunday after spending Tuesday:after spending several the holiday' Mr. and Mr*. "Andy". AndOTaon, nnmlff. of Walton -I .
make a missile effort look ,Christmas with Mrs. John day with his father and Mrs. George Blake County. Florida by vtrtu* of an'
like kindergarten stuff. White Sr. and with Mrs. White Burlison. Other guest were Mr. Mr. Wayne Tappan of Pensa aoutlon Court of Walton laau.fl from County the. on soil DaoamborIS Claim 'NOTICE!
The body contains billions fath.rt, ,H. D. Bank and family.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brett and aon*. cola spent 'Christmas her with ISM IB taoo amainponding tannin
of nerve cells, or neurons, his parent, Mr. and Mr*. Arthur In wblah Roinrta.r.to.
and Mr*. Wayne Bulger! : Bryan and Gary of Carrabelle. dBM>oa Orotwrj e
with billions of connections. and son, David Wayne spent I They all Joined the Wesley family Tappan. was rialntlff and BUIr May Sunday.
Around the outside of the Miss Kathleen Drake of Pena- wa dafandant and ban brt* on OUR OFFICE WILL
Christmas with their. families In for Christmas dinner at the and was ..u a, pubUa auction to ,
cerebrum, the largest part of DeFuniak 'Spring home of Mr. and Mr*. Billy Wes- cola. spent several day here last the blcboM and ba bidden for ash
the brain are about nine billion ley In DeFuniak Springs. Other week guest of Mr. and Mr*. Leon to front or U e oourt noJ door Int BE CLOSED
neurons. Since It !*,..*- Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Dorsey had enjoying this. family gettogetherwere Drake. e1'uai of k.r:':'January rtorlda IS during, 1W tacalnoora .tboUowlna

cessary for each of these cells as guest during the holiday. Mr, : Mr. and Mr*. Bob Swinford I Mr. and Mr*. B. )f. Southardhad ( Oa.d do.erltnrl MT ...proporty...... Modol' to MB.aortal ....\-1 TOMORROW JAN. 1ST
On
to make connection with several and Mr*. Joel Dorsey and son, and children George and Sandra,I a. guest_during. the holidaysMr. ... DTST17***!.. .....* MoUl ... ,
other cells you can readily Dodd of New. Philadelphia Ohio, of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Willie and Mr*. Stuart Southard and ........... ., eor- of.Pue.ha.n.Howard -. ....
understand the fantastic Mr. and Mr*. Bobby!>> Dorsey and Wesley of Huntsville Ala. son. Stuart, Jr., of West Palm < Sale "Aady.. Andoraontoatlft
number of connections Involved three daughter of Lake City Mr*. Carlotta! Wesley and Miss Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walton County NEWYEAR'S' DAY
In this one area of'the. Mr*..,Titer. Lou Pate' and, aon, Carol Wesley of Tampa, and of Southard and, daughter. of. Tallahassee. et Dn.31Jas.7.14a1 '.
human system. Harold of Aanford and her I or salsa V
MOTICK mourv
tract course, Jimmy Wesley of HLa 1
You und..tancl. I. .* : son. . ........ ta ten by tt- nat I.. How. -v
M
can readily than, Mr* ,A C. Fields of Hartford Mr. and Mr*. Billy Wesley. ? and Mrs. Dan Ray *.pentChJ'1.tmu and "Andyw,4jftdwaQn. Snorlff of Walton
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if also, the growing Importance Ala. -') Mr. and Mrs. Jack Little and In.America: ,' Oa..with County rioctda. .by....virtu of, anoBowtlon But some of us., will be on duty as
of tsouad from Bern ClataM .
prescriptions In the their
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cure daughter .familyMr..
lkarb..b sons of DeFuniak Springs, Court of Walton County on o.-bW
spent
My. and Mr :Boy
or relief ofJjuman ailment*. Christina day with her and Mr*. William Forehand.' MM IB u.'ala aauaaa tbwvlnpoaKna always! In case of an emergencyCall
Prescriptions! are a specialty and son Andy of ftart Walton parent, Mr. and Mr.*. A. N. Dawaon and In wbteh Western Auto atorowaonalntlff .
Mr. and Mrs. Hartford
at Service Drug Company Beach Mr. and Mr*. Stanley :&0. Morgan.Mr. family of ' and arHope...... wen
W. Decatur. Ala. apentChriitma d.fndsa. act ban on and TW 4-4001. :
DeVuniak glehart and ion, Stan of Dothan, R. Hobb spent the holi
Springs. hen will aril pabl"uon
Try with her
us. mother. ,
and
ash .
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nichols and day with his brother-in-law and ., nlvnaat. be.t Mddar for Inrrvnt
Mr A,
This week's Household hint: son Bill of fort. Walton Beach, later. Mr. and Mr*. Goodwin Lit- Mr.* and O.Mrs.Douglas Robert ..... land of ,hen Hprlaaa. rtorldn IMMMO door durtnjr tn local DaDaVttnlak ) (,
A length of and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Booth and tle, In Greenville Ala. hour of Sale on January ice. IMS the x.GULF
tautl.7-held thread on. Mack of Op. Ala;: and Lt. 4lowtn& > daaetlbatl prop.rty, to writ.
will slice a hardbolled egg daughter Jan of Fort Walton were Mr. and Mrs. Charier Ray and and Mr*. AI Carver of Fort Bragg. On (f I Ptooord n.T* (Tres. Tons) POWER COMPANY
neatly and cleanly. holiday guest of Miss Laura Andereon. on Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs.Buddy N. C. werr''.holiday guest of' aom of MO .40 earl -
BUI } nebeo.
r-::: Dub Anderson and Mr, Holley and children Cynthia Sheriff atMf Jr* Howard Ander- 8AI" ="au:1.f. : Anonvoa .

and Mrs.: Howard Anderson. -and Richard-spent Christmas. I.-oft.. .. ..-). __ ._ : ; .houree'3r.sts.a.r.14.e1,Walton aCounty' ..




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