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: January 30, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00213
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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Engineers' Survey report on a *lu.n: :>iu>w Tonight .:>:')

proposed channel from Chocta i"': ) ,. c- ::..
whatwchee Bay to the Gulf nt! The Bay School House (Point \\1.&'J .','_:"t' .... .l '. -.:. .

Mexico was expressed) by thn' Was-rfngton) will be a very busptuc.e "l ;- ;., "' ') :--.. ., .l''._.___. _S'I'OI4UME : :_._. .

Walton County Port Authority a' tonight January 30th, for . DeFUNIAK SPRI GS.F'L IDA JANUARY ail 19 1 Number R ,
a joint meeting Monday night. ,he lovely Fashion Show will 1 be \ 72-PUHLISIIED:, EVERY ...nuRSDA '- i
The Port Authority, created 1 bj at 8 o'clock by the -
an Act of the 1963 Legislature, .<( : ,',- ,' ., '
,.Magnolia Garden Club and we

and met with representatives the County of Commission the Char, hope\ everyone- is planning to at- ,1 ::1: \.fl' .t.;1 Grand Jury PresJ J I rim

her of Commerce and the Wai tend.As stated before there will b e '" 't..: ,,, ,,: ,
County Development Authority. latest Spring and summer \, 'J .
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Dr. G. E. Shehee speaking for .;: "
Fashions; also refreshments, door
the Port Authority, opened the jrlzes and extra surprise prizes ",',. ''f.,! ;- Report Still Subject Call

discussion by stating that. I the) Admission only 100.. We hop f' ", ; 0 i
Authority hoped for the cooperation you have purchased' tickets al- 3c qtr, ,
of the entire county In securing ready but if not they will be 1L ,.,;. - w
a canal from Choctavha- come r Officials Named For
available at the door so
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Here is the complete :
chee: Bay south to the Gulf of: this big -
Mexico.He on and help make the interim report of the grand The school housing facilitieswere Federal Savings And
said three new survey! eight: for this from new this affair will Jury for the winter term of circuit generally adequate but the Loan Association

needed to be made to determinethe Proceed the Point court. The Jury presented the heating and bathroom facilities
best possible location, suggesting be used to beautify Park and report to Circuit Judge Thos. D. In some instances were greatly
entrances into the Gulf: Washington community Beasley, who has been presiding in need of improvement Shareholders of the First Fed-
at Alligator and Draper Lake. lit t those!!' of you who know how much at the term, on last Friday: Buildings inspected revealed a eral Savings & Loan Associationof
tald! $10,000 would be needed t to Nature has done In giving s us We the Grand Jurors of the general lack of maintenance attention DcFuniak Springs met last t
'he beautiful( oaks and magnolic selected ( week and voted to the
make the survey and carryon State of Florida lawfully accept
the work of the Authority. will be especially!' interested tc Impaneled and sworn, inquiring Land I Some schools visited revealed a charter issued to the Institution ,

County Commissioner! i Ode know of these plans. ? for the body of the Countyof lack of good housekeeping The original organizers then

Thompson Inqulrd as to why t thetT. There will be a nursery to bring pro- Walton, do respectfully present This Jury during Its inspection formed the board of directors,
S. Engineers turned down the vld'd for those wishing night this interim\ report: found the following specific Items naming Charles King Jr., as
canal. Dr. Shehee said the fact; their children Thursday that need immediate attention: ahman.. Other members of the t

and figures given In the report COUNTY OFFICES (a) Glendale School-Bathroom board arc Hubert Bell, B. J. I ;

were unrealistic. "If it cost $25,00( ( Market ODcningf Commissioner J,.' Edwin Larson, (BUILDINGS) facilities Inadequate and ithout Brown Jr., Clyde Galloway, Nel- (
to do what they did", he said, Was Big SuccessThe State Senator Clyde Galloway; who Is chairman of the citizens The Grand Jury has made an son Burton, Edgar Myers, W. I.
referring to the Engineer survey of DeFuniak Springs was awarded advisory unit. inspection of county buildings and heat.b) Liberty School Heating, Stinson, Jr., Wm. A. Young and ,

''we would like to know when, of the Walter a public service plaque for Larson praised Senator Gallo offices and In reviewing the facilities Inadequate.c L. Wells Nelson '
the money' went. We can com* re-opening Livestock Markswas his work in behalf of highway; in a talk before the Bonifay Grand Jury Report of January ) Mt. Zion Classrooms in By-laws wei.- adopted and the

tip with much better figures. They County big State success. Anyone who safety by the Citizens Advisory; way Kiwanis Club a** "a ,man to Whom 1962, has found that in moat in need of shelves, coat racks and directors named the officers of ,
showed It would save! only $32- stances the recommendations as bulletin boards. Electrical Junction the Association. Clyde W. Gal
along West Hiway 90 and Committee on Highway Safety we have been able to turn with
000 a year and cost $225,000 tmaintain. < passed vehicles and in traffic safety problem. made have been taken care of; in Vida Cady's room need. loway was named president of
saw the nmount of during a civic club luncheon our the Savings & Loan Association; I IL
being .
the throngs! of people will agree Bonifay( last Wednesday. The' Treasurer said Senator exceptions : cover.d Wells
The survey was for a 100-fooi reprelenuFlorida's Galloway has been a "guiding 1. The padded cell In County; ( ) Darlington-Blind crossing Nelson vice-president ,
this. Galloway
to Senator
canal, nine feet deep, and then 1 1 12 Chester Andrews, manager c of third Senatoriaal District force In the "outstanding traffic Jail. This Jury recommends that at County Road crossing Highway; secretary: and manager, and Nel-
feet deep and 150 feetwide, s to says he was well! encompaassing Wasahington, safety drive Florida has put enduring the County Commissioners make No. 2 at Mr. J. D. Zorn's. son Burton, vice-president and

the 12 foot depth of the Gulf, j-IeaseH thojjiarkot.with the amount of live_ Holmes, and Walton counties.He the past several ,ears". every effort to Include funds in (e) Gaskin Bathroom needs treasurer.The .
for a distance of 4.8 miles. stock that was on hand and hopes has been designated Senate Galloway has served as a their next budget for use in providing repairs. Boxes containing napkin First National Bank and ,
Total cost estimated by the cell. and towels need storing in Cawthon State Bank of this place
Council padded
was the producers were pleased with President Pro Tern for the 1983; member of the legislative a paper
Engineers at $4.013,000 of which the prices they brought. Session which convenes in Aprilof Traffic Safety'Committee, and U 2. It Is the opinion of this Jury more orderly manner. New shades were named as depositories.The .
would 'be alllocated 1 to window which was recommended needed in aaudltorium.f officers are now bonded
1t1. 33.0oo He tells us No. One hogs still a member of that unit an that the
and $48,- next year. be Installed In the Tlvoll Bad ceiling at and are asking that subscriptionsbe
the Corps of Engineers brought; 30c per hundred more at The award was made personally well as a number of other vital to ( ) entrance
000 to the U. S. Coast Guard DeFunlak Springs than at the State Treasurer and Insurance committees of the council. Finance Section of the Superin of high school building. sent In this week
An alternate route surveyed bj other markets In the area, Monday by tendent's Office (Board of Public Roof leaks around flashing' In The Association' will be locatedat

the Engineers would be somewhat ,, Tuesday or Wednesday. Cold Weather Forces Mother's, March Set Instruction) I is not necessary, butIt cafeteria. Boy'si, restroom In bad Nelson avenue and 8th street
cheaper, costing $3,617,000 Andrews! stated that he was not Night wishes' to recommend that s a repair. Excessive dust on top of -the site of the former Gulf Appliance
The Engineers gave the benefit:" satisfied with the number ol Cancellation Camellia For Thursday study be made m to the feasibility; cabinets and shelves! in classrooms Co.

.. to-cost ratio for each route- s at buyers on hand, but realized that Show\ Second Year of rearranging the office to afford, Water heater in cafeteria need The building Is now being modernized -
01. to 1.Lyman. the buyers cannot afford to waste Mrs. Bernice Caswell chairman more light for the Finance Sec repairing. Cafeteria generally In and Nelson said they
Wright, also speaking their valueable time at a sal'! of the Mother's March activity of tlon. need of Rood cleaning. Ranges have set February as!'! u target for
for( the Port Authority, took exception where there is not enough live Mrs. Pat Potter, chairman of the March of Dimes campaign, 3. The ceiling In the Jury Room, dirty in Home-Ec. Room. opening.
to the Engineers' findingparticularly ( stock to warrant their coming. the show committee of the Cam announces this event, the climaxof damaged by a leak in the roof, (g) Chapel Hill-General air of
In respect to the Ho says he believes that when ellia Garden Club, announces the this year's drive, will be held "has not been repaired and needs unkemptncss thr o u g h ou t the Baker Caswell Is
question of saltiness in the Bay: of the other buyers find out cancellation:' of the show originally i Thursday night, Jan. 30. Immediate attention.Thl school; broken locker and miscellaneous
some Named Chairman
The U. S. Engineers repor the sale had n sufficient number planned for. February 9 and A canvass of the town will be Jury recommends that the I refuse In covered

stated that "Investigations indicate . of livestock they will be here. 10.Mrs. ; made by 15 teams, who will meet Petit Jury rooms, bo soundproofed walk-way adjacent to classrooms. Cancer CrusadeThe
that provision of the chann!? He urges producers to bring Potter pointEd out that ''at the Walton lunchroom before
would produce little, If any plenty of livestock!> in the future, the extremely cod: weitner of end after the drive. punts cannot bo overheard iiCourt termite damage around door can. American Cancer Association -
I Ir last winter did considerable damage wishing to give to this
content Anyone
change in the chloride will Room. Ings.
end promises! more buyers met January 21 at the Sun-
,Choctawhatchee Bay." be here. : to plants, and the vtrv old very worthy cause U asked toIvar This ,Jury has been advised thai (1)i Red Bay Some termite to
nyland .GrIll plans
-- '"How many present" Sprig As many of the producers know, weather this! year has damaged .. a pojfhllght 011.during the I Improvements are scheduled tobe damage! in storeroom. for the 1964 Cancer. Crusade.At .
asked, "think the canal would this pact. Thursday It took quite blooms to a considerable extent." time of the drive, beginning at- made in the heating and air O) Bay School-Water pump thin meeting Mrs. Anita
take fresh water out of the BayDon't !some time to complete the invoices We could have held a ihowshe 7:00: o'clock. conditioning: systems In the Coun need repairs.' In classrooms which Carson, Walton County Unit President
you know it would bring nnd Ret everybody's check said, "but we cou'.c'n't! have t) .Building and It Is recommended are being used, there are some j of the American Cancer"
salt water in. There would be Ii mnde. ,Andrews says he wishes tc had a very big display and we John Tommy Arrant that when these improvements broken windows. Excessive I Society, appointed Baker Cas

definite Increase In salt water' I-: analogize for this delay, and fur felt It better"to drop the show' Freed Of MurderJohn ere accomplished the numerous amount of supplies and Junk in well as the 1964 Crusade Chairman -
the Bay." ther stated that In the future there for this year. Individual heaters and fans now usused" ca! sooms present a fire for Walton county,

Dr. Shehee said the canal would be more systematic method tn use can be eliminated. hazard.k In February Mr Caswell, Mr.
should: have a minimum depth ot: used plus the fact that the office Lewis Frank Cawthon, Jr. Tommy Arrant 24, of near It is further recommended that ) Freeport-Investigate rea- and Mrs. Canton and Mrs. Doug-
12 feet instead of the nine-fool employees will be experienced Announces For School; Westvllle. was acquitted Tuesday iome alternative can be found to son for contract on down spouts ass, will attend a Crusade WorkShop
channel surveyed by the En nnd should!' get the job done Hoard District Two evening of first degree murder the practice in some offices ofscotchTaping and roof not having been finish at the Chipola Hotel inMarianna
gineers, and said a 20-foot depth quicker. in the Dec. 23 stabbing death of maps charts, etcetera !!id. Leak at double doors in gym Fla. Anyone Interestedn
would be right. for conrxmerica!l Lewis Frank Cawthon, Jr. B r o w a r d Gomllllon 32, of to the walls-such as the needs to be repaired.Bad this workshop Is Invited to
fishing. announced that he will be a can- Euchee Valley Community.A addition of bulletin board. sewage drainage condition
Ponce de LeonHomecoming attend and If you will call Mr.
Think about 20 commorical didate for the Democratic nomi- 12 man circuit court Jury This Grand Jury wishes to .needs correction. Caswell at TW 4.7281 or writeto
fishing boats carrying ten passengers : nation for School Board Member acquitted Arrant after an hour's compliment the personnel of the (1)) Walton County High-Out- him at DcFuniak Springs, he
paying $10.00 each for 9C from District 2. He is a graduateof deliberation. Assistant State Atty. various county offices and the side doors of gym in bad repair will make the arrangements -
days. Figure it up for yourself," Ponce de Leon School will hold Walton high school and Florida Curtis Golden of Milton did not Jail) for the manner in which they and some type of shelter needed for transportation necessary and reservations -

he said. Its fifth annual homecoming State University where he also ask the death penalty. discharge their duties and for the over these doors. Incinerator for at the Chipola Hotel.
Dr. Shehee pointed out that l 11'! Friday January 31. did some post graduate work Court appointed defense attorneys attention they give to the maintenance trash badly needed.

the canal can be Justified by the The festivities will begin at toward a masters degree in Add Clyde Wells and Douglas care and appearance of (2)) Maud Saunders ElementaryOn I Aptitude Tests For. 7
surveys they proposed "it can be 1:00.: A consisting of ministration and Supervision of Andrews claimed Arrant fought their respective offices and de- upper floor trash that has '
program To 12 Grade: Students
built entirely by state funds." skits, introduction of basketball Schools He is a graduate of the Gomilllon in self, defense at the partments. accumulated from sweepings is

"We know Randolph Hodges i Is players of 1934: and 1064, and School of Banking, Louisiana Yellow Jacket Cafe In Southeast II. not removed regularly. Examinations for the 1064 National -
in favor of the canal"} he said. presentation of various awards; State University.Mr. Walton county. LAW ENFORCEMENT; Even though the Grand Jury Engineering Aptitude I D
In response to a question about will be presented by th students Cawthon, 36, Is a nativeof Testimonyshowed that Gomli- This Grand Jury recommends found the above Items that need Search will be given in the clubroom -
sediment, Wright said tests would and teachers. This year, the bas- Walton county, a World War Hon and Arrant who was with that the Law Enforcement officers attention, no serious criticism of of the Coca-Cola plant Fri.
be made in the head of'the Bay; ctball team and the coach of 1954 1 II veteran and is married to the his wife had words at another keep close surveillance over all I the over all condition of the day and or Saturday Feb. 21 and
to see if it would affect the Gull pre being honored. former Geraldine Edge. They have cafe, Bill's and Sajly's. earlier in night spots In the county knownor Walton' County School System Is 22.

beaches adversely. "We know Supper will be served between one child, Jennifer, 11, who attends the evening and Gomilllon apparently suspected of rowdyism, Illegal Intended. The Jury found the Students have an opportunityto

there would be much more sediment i- the"hours of 5 and 7 p.m. Prices Maude Saunders elementary I had followed the Arrants tale of alcoholic beverages or teaching faculty to be a dedicated identify their own special talents -
the than in the! school. to the Yellow Jacket. violation of their licenses morale
in Bay for the plates are 75c for adults any group and throughout was at an early age by taking
Gulf." Mr. Cawthon has five years I Gomilllon died In a DePunlak Vlolsators should be prosecutedto commendable.The .
and 50c for children.
this test, He added later on that if a 20- At 6:30: the Ponce de Leon B teaching experience, four In the ,Springs hospital shortly after his the full extent of the law. Jury feels that consolidation This national tests consists of
channel would be carried out and secondary schools throat' was slashed. This Grand wishes to schools of
foot team will play. Miss Homecoming elementary Jury recommend of some of the a battery of aptitude tests andis
into the Gulf, this would "carrj; will be announced after this of Walton county and one year Judge Thomas D. Beasley presided that proper State authorities recommends that a study be madeIn to girls and boys.
sediment out in the Gulf and fame. Beginning at 8:00 the A at Pershing Junior high school, I at the two-day triaL The conduct an investigationnd this direction.It Anyone open interested may get full
the west wind would carry 1 It team will be 'vying for a win Houston Tex. jury Included Mrs. Margaret E. take proper steps to eliminate has been recommended In a Information from the handbook of
away from the beaches." against' the A team of Munson He has worked in the Certification Walden, the third woman to serve the unsafe operation of previous Grand Jury report that which we have several at the
Shehee assured the group nl High School. Section of the State Depart- on a Walton county Jury during power boats and what appears tobe the School Board and the SuperIntendent Herald office. They are free of
the meeting that no tax money; ment of Education and Is now .the term. the excessive use of intoxicants meet as a body and charge to anyone Interested.
would be required. ''We are Gulf Power Pres. serving as a member of the corporate The case ended the current by operators of these boats; thepcation Inspect each school in the Countyat
planning to build the canal with board of the Pensacola court. term. primarily being the head least every six months. This Walton County
out any taxes and we anticipate Spoke To KiwaniansRobert Baptist Hospital.As of Choctawhatchee Bay and its Jury has been advised that this Chamber of Commerce
enough revenue coming to for the present time he is the Shirt And Skirt tributaries. commendation[ is being followed Community CalendarJan. j

upkeep." L. Pulley president of cashier of the First National bank nut Circle 8qumr 'III.COUNTY but would further recommend 30-Feb. 6
In a plea for cooperation. Dr, Gulf Power Co.. addressed the of DeFunlak Springs where he Three squares of Shirts and HOSPITALThis that some steps be taken to, In.
Shehee said: "One of the reasons Kiwanis Club Tuesday, speaking has been employed for the past Skirt Square Dancers went to Grand Jury heard a report sure that when vandalism and Tan. 30-Great Books Discussion7:30. -
we don't have anything here i is on the subject "A Businessman's nine years. Bglln: Field last Saturday night from the Administrator of the lack of good-housekeeping occur, : .
that we don't have harmony ol View of the 1964 Elections. Mr. Cawthon says, "I feel that January 23 to the graduation of bounty Hospital In which he detailed proper action be taken. Magnolia Garden Club Style
thought or ideas." He presented an analysis of the my background In education, a class of Circle Square dancers. the plans for the construction V.MISCELLANEOUS. Show-!'
John Dorsey, president of the national and state,. legislative teaching, and business qualifies We all danced to the calling of of a sixteen room addition. MATTERSThis fana. 31-Eastern Star Installa-
Walton county Chamber of Commerce scene. me for this important position. M Harry Harrison, who' taught the b lds to be received February. 18, grand Jury made a full tlon-7:30.: -

and Paul Teelln, chairman Mr. Pulley discussed the part elected I will serve to the best new class of graduates. IM4.; Funds for this addition area investigation Into the one homicide Feb. 3-Paxton City Councll-7:00.:
of the Walton county Develop. we can all play in the elections of my ability so that we "may Following the ceremonies of follows: $105.000.00 from case in the County that came DeFunlak Llons700.:
ment Authority, pointed out thai, to: bring about better government have better schools in Walton graduation delicious and abund- County funds $193.000.00 Hill to its attention. The death of Feb. DeFunlak Eastern Star -
they had no funds available for .at state and national levels. He county." ant refreshments were served.the night Burton Act. total moneys available reward( Gomillion was Inquired 7:30.:
this purpose and Kylea Laird,, rotated out that one-third of the Every one enjoyed $300,000.00. Into and a True Bill was presented Darlington PTA700.
Commission chairman said! they key l issues! before Congress would Walton High School for at times we had as many a.'ten The Administrator also reportedthat to the Court. Liberty PTA-7:00.: *
had no funds budgeted for thl!<'! have been changed by a swing Crusaders Rally 'I squares on the floor during on completion of these new The Jury was advised of the Klwanls-12:13.:
I a dance. Facilities there would be additional possibility that Okaloosa County
purpose. of from three to ten votes and Jaycces7.00Feb. :
The Commission talked about,. I that: more than half the Issues The Crusaders for 'Christ of After the dance th Shirts and room for medical records and of- maay change: Its system of bookkeeping . :Pilots-12:00.: .
putting some funds for the' Port: would have been changed by a Walton High School will hold Skirts were invited to the home fce space which at the present In the Tax Assessor, and DeFunlak Garden Club-3: .
Authority In next year's budget t, swing of three to 15 votes, and their monthly Youth Rally at of our callers, Mr. and Mrs food Johnnie and- tme! are Inadequate. Tax Collector Offices. This Jury Feb. 8-Green Thumb Garden
Commissioner Hubert Belsuggested lI Northslde Baptist Church Sat- Everett for more TU Grand Jury wishes to commend would recommend to the Boardof 3:15.
and I that It is this narrow margin Club- :
that perhaps $400 t,, im urday night at 7:30. The meeting fun. the Board of County Commissioners County Commissioners that it
that makes contest so
: I every
might be available from th<. will be preceded by volley ball Also be sure to keep In mind the Hospital Administrator Inquire Into this matter with the ,
$500 rattlesnake bounty fund. portant. i and other recreation at 8:00: the Valentine's Day Party we are and the Hospital Board for idea In mind of purchasing their Weeks" WeatherJanuary

discussion will be held I NamedChildren's o'clock. planning on February 15. We hope Its four years of untiring< effort discarded system for use In Walton -
McDonald '
Further orrest
the next Chamber of Commerce j' i Speaker will be Pastor Dick you will plan to be present for In a making this badly needed addition County. Max. MIn. Rain
at and Commission meetln IT; Home Director Buchanan, of Pansey, Ala.. 20 this. -Club Reporter. to the Hospital so near a Having Completed our labors to 22 59 29>> .05

miles east of Dothan. He will be reality. date, we respectfully request the 23 68 50 .07
February. Forrest McDonald, deputy clerk aaccompanled by his wife who We wish to express our thanks IV.SCHOOL Court! to allow us to recess until 24 69 48 .02

FOR RENT-2-3 BEDROOM ., to the Circuit Clerk and the I plans and -sings with him. to the many friends and neighbors, SYSTEM Further call by our Foreman or 25 70 48 .32
HOUSE I Board Commissioners especially Invited to who were so kind and considerate 64 .33 .02
House. North side of Bacl of County ,, Adults are made Inspection the Court. 26
and death of This Grand Jury
Twin Lake Drive. t has been named to a place on the this rally, as well as all young during the Illness Walton Respectfully submitted 27 54 31 .09
Lake on Bean husband and father. of all the schools: In -
month. See a Board of Directors of the western people. our found that George Stephens, 28 :58 32
M500 per The FamilyOf County. The Jury .
TW 4.4471 aftei (division of the Children's Home Martha Hedcrer. President. Foreman 29"t ,. 25 -
Bishop or call l Charlie S. Candy I the following general conditions
U.| Society: of Florida Walton High Crusaders for
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Northslde Baptist Z-e, 'Y l"".
Glen Spence ., I si$ qtli COl1: rejty@b ole 'Jcrvitr-ct ALL FOR THE CHURCH
Gaskln First I3a OilS S-o bP' il"it! .1 OlIo q ttt' :t't. .
L. G. Johnson Pastor ".1 t Z.. 2'J..e s j IIS' 4f.j
h ri: ''ll k LJj00 j The Church is the greatest
." > .tt- 3+ Z 0.l'>J... t h@ ill1l-e rs, ct $Or@ $. factor on earth for the building .
Fr..port..B.ptlst. Church '.. : db Y cto "''C.e Q.hrq.ct t"JI"" .e of character and good
W. L. Clark Pastor i' ., Out I It is storehouse '
.. : .,If' .' cter- O.1ctect t.Jz .Jz..o er-e ilililLeJrq.! citizenship. a
:.' p. at$ ct. Jllq to lit.s t "' wbs' ;OZ- of .spiritual values. Without
Friendship Baptist t
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C. Lester Weekly, Pastor' t t'p 111 $ I1Jo
jie r :r itOrs ollit e @tht democracy nor civilization
tJz Stl t Q s 'hjp t I1g can survive. There are four
Gaskln South Baptist Church e rbl1lOLlict to11011tL Ol- -
Rev. Tucker Aplin : -k.1cl il.,1c.! l1se 4.1. X1- 0l-.l18 A0s, I sound reasons why every t'
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should attend services
b S aZ-ct t>> Yet b,11: ,. i ;. : person
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Glendale Baptist Church ., '" : OSit s t0j : o, Y : :-:\;.: .. : regularly and support the "
Bob Hollar Pastor .;. libO II llz1ct 'A9d : t illl..Z! y Oil Zll1lll1... church. They are: ((1)) For his
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Lime Stone Baptist Church \ ; ; : ; .\ ct t- th9 %g Ir:iis! ., ..' . dren's sake. ((3)) For the sake

Rev. Cony Black, Pastor :. : '.. htr .t. of his community and nation..
; ... O3 O.. 2'.J. ct ((4)) For the sake of the church ,
New Harmony Baptist Church ,'''.'. : ' '.B: l-e's d "ee:. itself winch needs his moral ? .
Rev. Kenneth Klcklt g titer ; t"ts:z. gal- tjje :' and material support. Plan

Oak Grove Baptist Church 3'O a to /11 '.e"' tjl '4bd ." ' !. to go to church regularly ,

W. B. Six Pastor '.: : ,.' get. El.seol.1ll. 4.r. ibgs .r ; : and read your Bible daily. ,
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Rev. M. M. Harris tJzs *'l1ct i .
Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church J.1ll.zt eSts. .+ .,
Rev. James Kinchin t.Jze .-.J.'. ',1
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Rev. Malcom M. Harris ." . .
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Rev. T. R. Padgett r ., ,
Southwide Baptist Church Cop'rigbL 19GJ Keinler Ui.rtmnic&-rviix (In>:.. Stnuburg.V. :,:

Rev. Ivan Martin .. .
Caney Creek Baptist Church Su d y. Monday Tuesda. 'dnesday Th1.1rsc1ay. Friday Saturday
Rev T. J. Anderson Psalms Matthew Mark Luke Luke. Luke John
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Clear Springs Baptist Church -- . - .; .l+ 4-:-r -- r -
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Rev.Darlington Aubrey Baptist Todd Church 'These Religious!! Messages are Being Published Each Week in the DeFuniak Herald Sponsored

Liberty Assembly at God rhwmfc '

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Children's Home Assembly .t God :
Pastor: GUM Powell ,

( Paxton Assembly of God
W. A. Whitaker Veteran's GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott

Cary Richards ."IF IT BURNS OAft-CALL U."' A. B. Covcll

. Til LIVE: OAK AVX. PJaoaly wiggly
Cluster Springs Baptist Church CONTRACTORComander Rivard ChevroletGeorge

W. Thomason, Pastor ., FORD CAIN'S King & Co. Tile ORIGINAL Slf-S rvlo Company

Mossy Head Baptist Mission Standard Station ;
Floyd Garrett, Pastor DFurnlt' FuneralHome
GAS OIL Peoples Water Service
Argyle Baptist Mission WASHING GREASING S
Rev. Lee King Company MERCER COMANDER, lX.s. DeFuniak! HermfeChoctawhatche
Creel Ford Co.
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Lake Stanley Baptist Church Ready OF COASTAL FLORIDA .
Rev. Harold R. Padgett Wear Store
' Henry oerbe'r
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; : : -!< . WCDDINO_ANNOUNCED GARDEN CLUB MEETING"; MR.. :& Ui.E.'L. .. ANEY. :-Miss Maud* Saunders left Tues- Sing At Bruce
,laay morning[ for Tallahassee to -=-
I ACTIVITIES Announcement is made of the The DeFuniak Springs Garden 1>fr. Jessie< Leo r.anetz- 48, the week on business.I According to W. D. Ward, the
wedding ceremony uniting Char- Club will meet at the Coca Cola of the''r ThTiee'"faKcy tommtmfty{ I r Mrs. Christine Richardson re- I first\ Sunday in February is the !
lie E. Sims and Miss Jean Thompson ':lub room Wednesday February died at his residence Friday 'morning. turned home this week from visiting day for the Class Choir Singing
which took place Friday !$J at 3:00: P.M. January 24, 1964 following a her sister and brother-inJawr Convention to be held at the
January 17, in Geneva.Mr. Mrs. John Edward McCaskill, lengthy illness", A native of Charleston in Panama City. Bruce Methodist Church Bruce,
Sims 1 is manager of Veterans chairman of Horticulture will S. C. he had resided in I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Robinsonand Feb. 2. 1964. This will be an alL
Gas Co. of this placeD have charge of the program the DeFuniak: Springs area since family, and Roberta of Pan- day affair starting at nine o'clockin
Hostesses for the meeting' are: 1948. I ama City, spent Sunday visiting the morning, with time out for
FUNIAK CHAPTER NO. 116 Mrs. Howard Cawthon, Mrs. Ben Funeral services were conducted their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taft dinner at the noon hour.
O.E.S. INSTALLATION FRIDAY DePover. Mrs R. M Sawyer, Mrs at 2-00: P.M. Sunday afternoon Robinson.
Phil Harris!, Mrs S. L. Sims i. from; the Comander Funeral Home FOR SALE: WONDERFUL Cert
M The DeFuniak Chapter No. 118 Chapel with the Rev. Claud Sault Miss Tena Powell was a visi. vitamin cream lotions, skin care
O. E. S. will hold open installationon CRUSADERS NEWS officiating Interment following In tor in Ft. Walton Beach and Valparaiso products, eye.make-up, nail care
Friday, January 31st at 7:30: the Point Washington cemetery. Saturday afternoon. products, perfume oils, cream
it i- pm. in the Masonic Hall On Saturday, February 1 the Serving as pallbearers were I Among the local people attend- sachets, cologna mists, productsfor
The public is invited to attend Crusaders for Christ Club i is, having : Emory Campbell Neil .Campbell. ing the Mexican Folkorico Balletin men, deodrants. soaps bubble
# << a rally at the JJothsIde Bap. Clyde Campb U,.... am, Campbell Panama City Thursday night bath and others. Call TW 6-3791
tiA Mr. and Mrs John Oerting of List church Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan Freddy Houston and C. J. Laird. were Mr. and Mrs. Randall for free samples and shop at
I Niceville, were among those from who arc expert musicianswill He is survived by his wife., Hughes,Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hol- home, evenings or weekends.
ntr out of town attending the Country direct the music and service. Mrs. Anna: Bele Ganey, Euchee lingsworth Becky and'Mike Hol- CLEARANCE SALE: SEWING
Club Appreciation Night here on Games will start at 6:30: P. M., Valley Six sons George Lee of lingsworth, Mrs. R. ML. Sawyer, machines. Vacuum cleaners.. $7.50up
Thursday of last week. the meeting will start at 7:00.: New Albany Ind,, Jimmy Ray Miss Maude Sawyer, Mrs. Harold Sewing
Ph. 434-1217 Vogue
Mr. and Mrs Glen Bishop of You are cordially urged to attend Fort Belvoir Va.. Charley Junior GlJ1is.Mills' Mandy Gillis, Mrs. Center, 404 E. Wright,St., Pensa-
Tuscaloosa Earl and Rufus Daughette and Mrs. T.
Ala. were weekend Billy Joe Luther Danny J.
cola, Fla. 1-30-2: :20chg.
guest ,of her parents Mr. and -Martha. Hedger, Pres. James, all of Euchee Valley and Reardon.
Mrs. H. O Hinton. .. eight' ,daughters{ : Mrs. Atterlne Mrs; Otis Lisenby of Atmore FOR RENT-TWO BEDROOM
Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Withey Dr and Mrs. Andrew Hinton Leggett, Houston Mrs. Lydia Ala. and Mrs. Nannie Pearl Hart house reasonable, heaters and
and children of Panama City, moved recently to Pensacola. Dr. Johnson Pensacola, Miss Selby of St. Petersburg were visitors electric range furnished Inquire
were Sunday guests of the Alex Hinton opened his Dental Officen Jean Ganey Houston Misses here on Sunday, they are spend- 908 Orange Ave. Itchg
CasweHs. West Pen ac"la on Monday of Betty Fay Claudia Linda, Wanda,.;:(}i ksome. '1Jftat the Hart Cot-
Mrs Hampton Burkett of Hous this week. Sue and Mary Ellen Ganey alf t te+ t Qrayton Beach. FREE USE OP OUR CARPET
ton, Tex., visited her sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Andrews' of Euchee Valley. t\/'|1 ;:Do" :, land Mrs. A. B. Covell 1, Jr. Shampoocr with purchase of
Mrs. Ruby Palmer, for several attended a Jaycee meeting In There are three broth !);ax.<. W:' nd ''fM1Ur bf Panama City were Blue LMstre shampoo. Fisher
days last week enroute home from Port St Joe on Friday evening of Ganey, and Leroy Iney'bothof | weciRettd:\ kuests of, Mr.' and Mrs. Hardware Co.FIFTEEN .
Lake Wales. Fla. Inst week Crestview and -IfuTti* Johnson 'It,. B.Jorell l' Sr.
YEARS Experl.M.In
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitchell and Miss Betty Stinson of Auburn. of Holt, and t fee sisters:""'Mrs.1 l I.I..UrtF.s m Ingle and son Ellis, all kinds interior painting
. DELORES LAWRENCE ENGAGED son of Pensacola, were Sunday TJnlversity, spent the weekend Katheleen Barnett, Mtctt., Louise rof, Womlromery; spent the week- Earl Baker, phone Glendale 859.
guests of her parents, Mr. and here with her parents, Mr. and Gatewood and Mrsx4i*;fi;:J1& 'Matt teaatL .iyife' with her, parents Mr. *
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Law- student she is ,employed by the !.fr.. Lewis Cawthon.Mr. MM W I. Stinson.Mr Adams, all of Cre rvi' rence of the Gaskin community Superintendent of Public Instruction and Mrs. T. H. Hinote spent and Mrs. Charles Malors of mother, Mrs. Vippv l1 ,.also bf I.'M"t"hY - GOOD WILL BARBER "OP.

announce the engagement of their of Walton county the weekend In Port St. Joe with BlvthesvUle: Ark., spent ,Friday Crestview TtyHft. ':-hf';.one. "era : .'\' f,LEE. .WALLACE Now hove plenty of help, quick
daughter Delores to Mr. HoraceD. Mr. ''Respress is an;Investigator. their daughter and family, Mr. RInd Saturday with Mrs. P. A. child.'e.: ,.: < .4:) d'J:" U' --.- service. and solicit your patron
fri '
I Resprcss. son of Mrs. Eva for the Police Department III Ihd Mrs. Jack Hammock. Timmons and DeWayne.Mr. :; ,eiy-Lee age 78, age. W. T. Davis, Harvey How
Respress of Lake Wales, Fla. Lake Wales. 'Mr. P. O. Knepper received and Mrs Ellis Jones of Mr. and Mrs" W. Kills Jofles ; Miss Lawrence is a senior at Wbrd Sunday of the death of his Gainesville, visited relatives here Gainesville, spent-.Tfcjpsday here:. fhe.-rtisV: ; :il years, died Mon-
Walton High School. As a D.C.T. A fall wedding is 'yltttitel( cf. brother who lives in Ohio. I act. Tuesday with relatives. '.. .. *'"4/:' .." ;.,!fahii i g.-January 27. 1064 InaloMrlrtDitaL FOR SALE: WELL BUDDED
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:-' was a Camellia Arcadia
memt AlTBr'of the First Baptist Ave. DeFuniak Springs, Phone I
: church at Opp. TW 4.4281. II. .
Funeral cervices were conducted -
For limited! time only during at 10:00: A.M. Wednesday from WORK WANTED:, CALL TE
a roru s the Comander Funeral Home Cha 6-2546 for any type of Carpenter
pel with the Rev. Orvis Miller of- work or painting. ItpdFOR
o'C fl latlng. Interment followed in
th* Magnolia Cemetery with Corn- RENT: FURNISHtb APT.Suitable .
adder Funeral')tome directing for one person or. couple.
Survivors. IUde her husband: Private entrance bath With water
;" ,M'!. Eli M!.' 'Wallace. DeFuniak: and gas furnished, $40.00 Mb.
C IRS OTHE YEARS-A-LE :Springs, one son, Arthur S. Wailute Can be ,seen at 101 Llveoakk..
Montgomery, and five dau Phone TW 6-4001. Jan 23. Ch*
CHlers Mrs. Eunice Owens. Nice. 1 .'Ir'
ville. Mrs. Shelly Bell DeFuniak FOR RENT: TWO UNFUR >
,. Springs Mrs. Susie Hall, West- NISHED houses. Phone TW t. .-
ville, Mrs. Janie Faykosh, Toledo; 1981. Jan.23tfcHg \
Ohid,,aSd; Mrs. Agnes McNlce of
Fresno, Calif. There is one sister, JACK'S VENETIAN BLIND
f Mrs. Mary Whitt of DeFuniak 'Service, Florala. Alabama. We offer -
,k Springs,',19 grandchildren and 12 the very best service on repairing ..
great: 1 grandchildren. Venetian blinds. We install -
A. wMM .
new tapes cords or clean and
; sx f ,I[ MR. OLLIE TAYLOR, refinish your blinds for a sum
{K'eN, r
much less than the price of new'
....f74t Mr. Ollie Taylor, age 62, a resident ones. We manufacture the finest
of ,Portland, for the past in custom-made blinds and drapes. ..
23 ,years, died Tuesday morning For a courteous salesman to .canon :J
January 21, 1964 in a DeFuniak :you, call 8-4612. ,
Springs hospital. A native of Opp,
he was a retired civil service em- FOR SALE: WATER FRONT
ployee at Eglin Air Force Base, lots, and wooded in lots. On
and a member of the Baptist Choctawhatchee Bay, located on
church at Hacoda, Ala. Okaloosa-Walton county tee In
c Funeral services were conducted Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1
at 2:00: PAlr Wednesday from Box 259, Villa Tasso, N1 e9I11e.
the Portland Methodist church
with t....! Rev.. J. D. Renfroe of- JOE WALLS rUSTNESS MACHINES
ficiating. Interment followed in J-alcH: ft Service. De-
the Hatcher Cemetery, with Com- Funiak. Flo.TV C-4141. Free
ander Funeral Home directing. estimates oa *"I.alr| also )Free pick
Survivors include his widow, up and delve:')'. II I
t ,y, v4 srter4 Mrs. Margaret Taylor Portland, I
three FOR SAl,,1:,,CAHIA: HAY. Call 1
daughters: Mrs. Gloria Man- .
'tm,', Fttrt 'W ton .Beach, Miss 859-2268 c.) tca.uct. Nixon's Oar !
; ,e Peggy "Joyce Taylor l and Miss age. 1:23, SOchg J

;.=:':' w a' ,,r Yy x. 14ai10' + ,b % "Sk Cynthia Diane Taylor, both of FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
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r; d Portland, and two foster daughters -;
Lower, 4-Large Rooms & Bath.
Mrs. Fay Guffy, Orlando, 1
12 Orange. Herman Miner. Jan26tf ;
and Mrs.
Josephine Jenkins of
: Miami. There are two
ztjk4 FOR SALE: 12 FOOT PLYwood -
L. E.' Taylor and L. K. Taylor,
boat ahd trailer also 10
both of Samson Ala., and two
h. p. Evinrude mmotor like Hew.
4 Mrs. Valda'Horosby. Samson
i Will sell all together or separatly.
and Mrs. Volena
I "r. ( Holley of
Contact Bill Brickner TW 6-9361.
y Palatka on* grandchild also
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Assigned Fort Stewart School of Technology where He is married to the former
he received his Bachelor of Elec- Harriet
i Elaine Andrews of De-
I I Marcus Jefferson Parish ,
son trical I
Pngmcci IIIK degree in 1903; Tuniak Springs and they resident
of Mr. mid Mrs. Marcus: J. Parish. After urnduating from
college he
llabcrsham Street Fort
Bargain r 'Jr. 801 Freeport Road has been was deigned to .Aberdeen Prov- Stewart.
Big O assigned to the United Stat ing Ground. :Md. and completed -------
)Army Armor and Firing Center nt the Ordnance Officer basic course Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hosay and
Fort Stewart. Ga and the
children accompanied Mrs. Glen
A 1959 graduate of Walton high. And repair officer course in 1963,
Bishop (Judy Hinton) to Tusca-
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over the weekend. Glei: t
Did you know that Electricity is one of platoon leader with the 618th Ji. stayed with the grandparents. -
Ordnance Company (DS) at Fort Mr and Mrs. H O. Hinton.
the few things that cost less now than National
ten years ago?

r So?Then why has my electric bill gone up? Insurance FOR Agency I EWALD RAHARDT I

You probably have a lot of new PAINTING
electrical helpers! BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIRE

Only the Stereo..and..oh yes, a, coupleof MARINE CASUALTY Interior Exterior TW 4-5341

room air conditioners we added INSURANCE Paper hanging S

:1 last summer. 11'ood Finishing
First National Bank
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.. Ten years ago did you have a TV, a I

: _' dryer..a freezer or your electric range? -

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timo effort : SAFE DEPOSIT boxesto
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Anything In Hardware, Everything in Appliances, All things! in I t ashasohltmt pNIStUAkClId t
Tools, Complete Paint Dept., Building Supplies Toys, Gifts

I SUN. MON.-TUES. hogs

.V 4 A1'LITTLE BETTER 1 QUALITY 2080 A LITTLE LESS PRICE g Choice<<. No. 1 Sold ut . . . . . . . . . 11.92
'. WEEKLY Light I No. 1 Sold at . . . . . . . . . 14.75:)
I Xfi.SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" SALES "SAVE TilE DIFFERENCE"J wterethe Smooth Heavy Sold at . . . . . . . . . 11.26

bOYS No. 2 Sold at. . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.80
J are and Extra. Heavy . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.25:)
I "A Little Better Quality, a Little Less Price Save the Difference" I'' No. 3;i Sold at. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.60
r Ithe girls Rough Sold up to. . . . . . . . . . . . 12.10

; TROUBLE PROOF .. I'eoderti Sold up to. . . . . . . . . . 16.80

There'is no such, thing. The head grows heavy with the crown Riches at times si A
become a burden fame hides its head under a bushel and popularity drives men i it
..: to the woods and caves;'s care free. Every soul has;Pia. hours of triumph 1" afire Cattle
j,. and his hours of depression and.sadness.,It' never pays to be;envious of any living ;..
being, for you can't tell what is hidden in the deep recess of ,s'.human heart. ... Steers Sold up to, . . . . . . . . . . . 22.60
;. P; HeiferM Sold up to . . . . . . . . . . 20.70
: SIIii..'" Bulls Sold up to. . . . . . . . . . . . 18.00

1 We believes that work will do more to drive away trouble than anything else. Perspiration l.: ..... COWH Sold up to. . . . . . . . . . . . 13.70

:. and aspiration go hand in hand and the one who will use his head his hand and
:: his heart will -do more to minimize his worriments than any other one thing. Our store I DalAlllE.sfffiis.lIAR< JIN.& Total Cattle 67 head
'.; is a veritable;beehive of activity. The char acter of our'wares make it 80.f Mrsr a..r Total Hog hiS
t,!MOW I HOT .OneM. .*/ OI.IRtA9D1
i -"Our. salespeople are courteous and obliging" :jCHMCOtOK* fr..WMNU..OS.

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Model WA 604 p I DO GSALE : with $$7.50 th,, <.' icdicnl. world for
Porcelain_Tub & Basket! III, % some,, t In .\\\.lalC'R. and females(
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,washer. Model WA 604. Washer is priced at only $$319.95.. This offer holds .-.----- Hot DVtl: "' i I t ,I .- subje%' (t 1(1( t 1'1.1\isti';!i"'\ and also(()smell be insensitive !. Itch--
Inc Is a ntilrance often beyond
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good for a limited time only.HARDWARE ilili .. Limit 3 experience' (' I nmlly incidence
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(don't'. need.. a big car to get big; performance., Not any New brakes match this power' too. Hipper$ to dissipate fPeprs\; \ a m urger' Shoulder R Big* Scoop STOCK COMPANIES
i I more.You'll' quickly see why when you check the?'64 Chevy a. heat faster. Self-adjusting; to save\ you money.' Other easy- ... Round oa st. .
j There ore two new higher performance optional-at-extra. care features include l Dclcotron> generator: and a fully aluminized Automobile Fir*
(cot t('engines for you, to pick from.One is Chevrolet's'.strapping muuler... .. Ice Milk Windstorm Theft
v , 195-hp '1'urbo.}ire V8. The other' is a new chrome-trimmed Chevy) II is smartly styled outside, comfortable inside.
""I' ; 155-hp Turbo-Thrift:bix.:! _____There_ are a lot of models to (choose from. A lot of extra-cost Marine\ Compensation
:/ r' If you',''>'e got a mountain to climb or a truck to accessories('(!{ ( to'customize it just about any way 0 7
4 .' pass, these( are the engines' that can leave, t either' you'd like..And a whole lot of fun to look forward I Surety Uonds Liability'
4a one safely behind you. In fact..this new Chevy H : to. At a very low cost. Test drive Chevy H at V 5
4 :., packs a wallop everywhere but in )jour wallet. )jour Chevrolet dealer's' soon. \\ou'll' like it! 7 Iw New Warren Insurance
,.-\ THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet. Chevelle Chevy D Corvalr Ccrvotte \ Pod # 3 Y 1/2 GaL U7c3fcteef Building acrom. tracks

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THE DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined the opening last:week, of the!,Walton County' Some State and Local -sales tax payment schedule whlcl]h k.
I" Stock Market are two good indications that Taxes Can Be Deducted may be used by Florida taxpayersgiving ,

this is so. Local funds for ob-, an average amount whlcl!h
with THE BREEZE necessary
Taxpayers who itemize theii may be deducted from their Federal
DeFuniak Springs, Florida taing the charter were obtained without deductions may deduct certain I income tax return. and
Published Every Thursday at difficulty we are told, and the reopening of state and local taxes on theiiFederal The tax on alcoholic beverage:s
< Income tax returns,'Laur. is not deductible for Federal income r
DeFuniak Springs Florida the stock market is going to mean that a Ie W. Tomlinson District Direc- tax purposes. 'R

Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area lot of business will come here as a result. tor of Internal Revenue, said to Director Tomlinson requester QJlaA5Jall "
The two local banks showed a healthy that if at all practicable taxpayer!s
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico very day.Some ,
of the taxes which maybe use the preaddressed form which
4( Second-Class Postage Paid increase in deposits last year of about six deducted are real estate, per- was sent to them. s

H C. STORRS, Publisher 1924-1063 per cent. sonal property, intangible prop- (Jle dmmdl1t1s.irMJ
I rty, gasoline, automobile license.
If f HOWARD STORKS, Editor, Publisher oOo drivers license and cigarette tax.
The Good Old Days State sales taxes are deductiblein
Eaton Real Estate &
SUBSCRIPTION: The following office rules are dated April the amount paid, but If 'accurate

L l' Walton and Adjoining Counties___$3.00 Per Year 5, 1872, and were posted by Zachary Geiger Director's records office are has not an kept average, the Insurance Agency

Other -..--i-r-r-r---___....i.f3.PO Per Year proprietor of the Mt.\ Cory Carriage and It pays to save where you can do all your
t. Wagon Works: AUTOMOBILE\ FIRE .... .. banking. The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Dr. J. L. Anderson INSURANCEBONDS 1 .s. offers and
checking saving accounts safe
Bible! Verse 1. Office employees will daily sweep the announces the opening of his deposit boxes cashiers check: banking by
Then floors, dust tho furniture shalves and the office for the Practice of Op- ., f, mail and all types of loans. Not only can
there STROUT
came again and touched We represent
me showcases. tometry in all its phases. Eyes > they handle all your financial matters at one
one like the appearance of a man, and he examined, glasses and contact REALTYIn stop but a saving account places you in a
strengthened me.-Dan. 10:18: 2. Each day fill lamps, clean chimneys, lenses prescribed. Real Estate since 1900 oi preferred position with the bank.
and trim wicks. Wash the windows once a Office Moue:
oOo Monday through Saturday New Location Are you thinking of baking a cake any
Gems of Thought . "Stay Young" week. 8.00 A.M. to :S:00 P.M. Lake Stanley time in the near future? If you are I sug-
Stay 3. Each clerk will bring in a bucket of Closed all day Thursday TW 6-4441 gest you stop by CASEY'S IGA DISCOUNT ''1"''iI!
young by continuing to grow. You Florida FOODLINER ,and see the most complete R
Crestview ;)
do not grow old; you become old by not water and scuttle of coal for the day's bus- 602 North Main St. DeFuniak Springs Fla. selection of cake mixes to be found anywhere 1.. +"" ",. .

growing.-Peterson iness. Phon MU 2.4014 in this area. If you don't wish to .;
bake your_own, cake they have a bake shop .
You e '
carefully. )
< 4. Make your pens may
(I t open seven days a week for your convenience.: .
Anyone ho stops learning is old, whether whittle nibs to your individual taste. I I Stop by soon. -. ...

} this happens at twenty or eighty.c 5. This office will open at 7 a.m. and closeat We Would Like The training and the professional discretion

8 p.m. except on the Sabbath, on which To Be Your of both your pharmacist and your phy-
There is an old age of the heart, and a day it will remain closed. HALF- sician assure you of the finest drugs avail-
able for
particular .
INSURANCEAGENT your malady. Remember
youth that never grows old.-Eddy 6. Men employees will be given an evening : / that piece of paper contains the order that

CC off each week for courting purposes, j I 4., ,may save a lite or alleviate suffering so be
Youth is not a time of life; it is a state evenings week if they regularlyto < SIZES 1 sure you have it dispense by your pharma-
or two a : go cist as your physician directed. You can be
of mind 1 Here
Ullman are our qualifications -'
of this
sure when
church. you go to SERVICE
Experience? Since 1935
.. from
I 7. Every employee should lay aside
Every man desires to live long, but no IF YOU ARE
each pay a goodly sum of his earnings make Dependable We're avail- having a
man would be old.Swift able on a 24 hour basis, 7 shallow or deep well put down any time in
his benefits during his declining years, so the'
CC I days a week. near future than I suggest you check \
that he will not become a burden upon the with Howard Griffith at the WESTERN
To( be seventy years young is .sometimes ,Prompt Claim Service? Our AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE. They specialize .
of his betters. .
charity .
far more cheerful and hopeful ,than to be look specialty since the day our in installations and all types of repairs to tx
forty years old.-Holmes 8. Any employee who smokes Spanish cigars agency opened its doors for your well facilities. They feature the famous
f oOo uses liquor in any form gets shavedat twice business. Fairbanks Morse Water Pump, long recognized 4.
I pool or'pub- Reasonable Rates? We've for its dependable service to the If.,
r' a barber shop or
Walton county had something nice hap- as searched the country for people of this area.'II .
pen during the term of circuit court just lic halls will give me good reason to sus- companies offering the FREE PLANNING advice is what

ended-two ladies serving on juries. Mrs. pect his worth, intentions, integrity and lovely ,,most for your money. when )'oudo; business with McLEAN you}'LORI get-

BlaTche! Johnson served on the grand jury honesty. i 1ST in DeFuniak Springs. They render a
9. The employee who has performed his We would like to be your complete catering service for all occasions.
rrd Mrs. Betty Jean Brannon served on one
They are equipped to handle all
without faults for a Agent of your ,
("" the relit juries hearing a case. Judge labours faithfully floral needs, so the next time you are plan- ,"
Thus. D. Bcasley, on receiving the interim period of five years in my service, and who ..GOFF'SReadyToWear Harris Insurance ning a edding, party or special event don't .
attentive to his relig- about the problem of
worry decorating
has been thrifty and just J
of the Mrs.
report grand jury :complimented consult McLEAN FLORIST.
Johnson on her public spirited service, and ious duties, is looked upon by his fellowmenas Agency
citizen will HAVE YOU SEEN the men's all weather
law-abiding ,
substantial and
Rn'vl: he thought it was a good thing and a TW 6.2451
coats at CARP'S. They have a good selec-
(Open Thursday P.M.)
ah of five cents day
hoped to see more ladies on juries in the be given increase per tion in all sizes and colors and with the cold
future. In Florida, a lady must volunteerfor in his pay, providing a just return in profits r\V 652210: N. 9th St. DeFuniak Springs Fla. and rainy weather ahead this item ",
from the business permits it. Be worthyof I tht all men will find very useful. For the .
jury service to be eligible. A little re- "
I J working man who spends a great deal of
search shows tha the first lady ever to serve your hire! his time' outdoors they have insulated un-

on a jury in Walton county was In 1959, --oOo-- derwear, that will keep you warm even in I

I when Mrs. Soph/9/ Hanua sat on. the jury Sachel Paige's Rules of Health I the coldest'of weather. > J

hearing an extortion charge against Denvol Sachel Paige might have been the great- You will find it a pleasure to do business

Yaun. Other ladies have been drawn for ser- est baseball pitcher who ever lived. No one ; with the friendly people down at WEST
vice, but Mrs. Hanus was the first actuallyto knows, for as a Negro he was' not given a FLORIDA GAS COMPANY They Keep your
ii. x I liquid gas tank filled at all times and always -
serve. Incidentally the high caliber of jur chance to pitch in the majors until he was ;" greet you with a smile even in the

ors drawn at the term is a tribute to the an old man. We can remember many years roughest of weather. This is dependability

work of the jury commission. ago when he pitched for the Kansas City s- in services.its truest form Dial .TW 6-2271 for their

oOo Monarch and he pitched against some of the

Admonition to a Traveler great stars in exhibition games. They all

Yes, there is a holy pleasure in thine eye! agree he might have rewritten the record With the new- and modern equipment at

a The lovely cottage in the guardian nook books if he could have pitched in the major popular WHEAT size TIRE tires.SERVICE Special attention they can recap is given all -

I Hath stirr'd thee deeply; with its own dear leagues in his prime. Here are some rules For that. . to each tire before it is recapped to be
brook he given for staying healthy and living a sure that the ,final product will be equal to "

Its its long; long time: their high standards of excellence. Drop by . ,
own small pasture, almost own sky and see Hugh Wheat soon.
But covet not the abode: forbear to sigh "Avoid fried foods which angry up the Special Girlin \

As many do, repining while they ,look; blood. : IF YOU ARE INTERESTED in a color:
Intruders w.ho would ear from Nature's book "If your stomach disputes you, lie down television set than I suggest you see they
and pacify it with cool thoughts. Your Life --- Perfected Color TV by RCA Victor on dis-
This precious leaf with harsh impiety: ,
play at RAINBOW
Think what the home must be if it were "Keep the juices flowing by jangling :) B. They are fashioned in ELECTRONICS different styles INC.of

1 I thine, around gently as you move. A'wide variety of_the latest styles in engagement and i furniture to match every home and feature

j Even thine, though few thy wants! Roof, "Go very light on the vices, such as car- wedding,rings See our selection before you buy. clearer the New pictures Vista Tuner from that hard pulls in cleaner
many to get etalions.

window, door rying on in society. The social ramble ain'trestful. It is featured in all models.

t The very flowers are sacred to the Poor, 3 RHODES JEWELERS

l The roses to the porch which they entwine: "Avoid running at all times. DAD'S RESTAURANT still has those r-"

Yea, all that now enchants thee, from the "Don't look back. Something may be gain- 9th St. DeFuniak! Springs, Fla. ,fine.:steaks they are so well-known f or.'I ,m
day ing on you." '1 can tell;you'from:.experience you won't find
.a J better one in this area. The key-note at .
oOo r '
On which it should be touch'd would melt t"U:
]MOM AND DAD'S is cordiality and con- }.J. <
away! William Wordsworth What.Your Dimes Can Buy I isideration.tThese Ii the secret ingredients \#: .". I

oOo What is more pitiful than a child born 411IIII to.a good meal or
The constitutional amendment banningthe with a crippling defect? What is more worth <":":FOR TilE MEN I suggest you make,

payment of poll tax as a condition for while than a cause whose purpose is to pre- I \\TAX ASSESSOR'S'N'OTICE I ; : MILLER'S, the family shoe store your'
, I voting in elections for federal office became vent and to find cures for the 600 kinds of headquarters for shoes. They handle the
,first quality line of
and for thenomynunded
law of the land last week environmental and hereditary defects of the
\ a part of the 11" they have the popular Bob
' when the Senate of the State of South Dakota central*nervous system; and skeletal struc- Slhart.For, the working man I suggest a

.. ratified it by a vote of 34 to 0. It ,now ture which are known to exist? .pair of(Red Wing Shoe had long been
tar with the man, who demands the most
becomes the 24th Amendment and repre- These questions, and the obvious answers, Jut..footwear.If .

sented the culmination of a long fight by are most pertinent now, during the annual The
lawrequires that make '
you afull '' you want to be assured that you : I
Senator Spessard Holland of Florida. While March of Dimes drive for funds. This great J return of all property owned by always have nf arm*fresh grade A eggs
we quite agree that payment of a tax as organization is still concerned with the polio serve to your*family, than I suggest I
you as January 1, 1963, to the Tax look for the brand *'Henko" on the
to voting not be the which ,
a requisite may proper problem < was the reason for its Willll j"
Assessor at full cash value and of your favorite grocer. These eggs are
way to limit the franchise we do feel that creation, but due to the wonders of vaccines any cessed and graded by HENRY J-OER

better officers would be chosen if less instead -, that ,problem has been 'largely solved.So other exemptions you may be en-:* INC. long recpgnized for his quality

of more voters went to the polls. The the emphasis has been shifted to arthritis titled >to.Make. ducts.

way to limit voting should be, we I think and ,birth defects and its over-all One of the most striking inrovations in
educational restrictions. Every voter is your returns from January pre-finished paneling for finishing a room
by philosophy found in the telling
phrase, a den. or your garages Masonite's Presto
who has the privilege of casting a. ballot "Human Rescue." I ,1, 1964, through March 31, 1964. ::. Peg-Board. It can be used for one wall or

; ought to at least be able to read so that he What do your dimes buy? The list is im The law requires that for home- .11' a whole room and is your answer to beautiful -
walls with built-in utility. Even in
e' knows for whom he is voting, and the higher pressive. For one thing, they help to pay for I stead exemption your deed or con- more formal rooms Presto Peg-Hoard adds your

up to a point, the qualifications are set research and special treatment centers, located t warmth and service that's unique. For
. the better. Voters ought to know the issues, in more than 60 of the nation's 85 tract for title ,must be on record at more details contact FISHER HARDWARE

; .... the candidates, and the probable kind of medical schools. There is the hope that research the time of,claiming exemptions. COMPANY.IF .
a government their candidates would try to and experiment will produce YOU ARE IN NEED of a light-duty .,
a vac- HUBERT
i ADKINSONTax pick-up truck than I suggest you see the
1 r::f provide.. cine that will protect against all the viruses. El Camio Chevelle at RIVARD CHEVROLET '>
/i : ., oOo And your dimes go to help the 11 million Assessor COMPANYThis is truly an all purpose <<,>
: truck and prices start low 235000. ...... ..
as as )
+ ', "" Things are moving in Walton county. caases of arthritis and rheumatism, cripplingand Walton ',, ,
County, Florida Stop by' and see Hank Douglas and let him -
'f The opening' in the near future of a Federal -. agonizing the people of this a.
J -, among na have" one of his salesman explain the features . ./ -1
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\\'AU'O-i: .t'UUNTY. FLORIDA your answer or written defense, 1; test to the ulp tot beginning. B. It known that Leonard Zep: p NOTICE\ OF FICTITIOUS NAME -
CIRCUIUT COURT IN! ANU I IN ( U-\l.l'EIt: NO. $112: : any. to the complaint fn the eat< WITNESS mV Jitud anti the seal 0:t license of WZEP Radio (AM) has Notice I. hereby given that Lotkltgrt' Alabsuw,
IOI'fH WALTON COUNTS: FLOltlUA ROSIRT: : YLNTLL and BEATRICE cause answer and to file the original. of .\1' <. ,"' <;" 't.hill i>. -of ttpr1na.. Flor.j iced before the JIWC..raa Communlca- to Chapter 11/0/ I165.UY Ylonda.-tlutu pursue er Hera7.I'I Karen Smith sad
PEN'IItL or written defense 'with tit u ""Lh... day January A. D sins VeUrea.
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FIRST Clerk of the circuit Court of WaltQi.. j 19a" tructl mrmltntoPlecNOlNtatlonn* .. un I''Druary :2 rsilt
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M. OAINKY\ by his guardian Plaintiffs. County. Florida with the Jerk ur Liuuu
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VB.- on or before the 1-4 ISe LEO ANDREWS October So.
LLDUIB OAINEY. day of February 1904. i ,, Cl.f: 1903. Said F. M. Static uc>uct U& w.lton County; t1urlda. the Rt 2
BILL IIAS1iNti sod of the Circuit Cow' to operate on Channel 274 nCUt10 Madison
Plaintff.. LOUISE This notice shall be with a, name of MUbaUM. ur 7 RestaurantKlchman
HASTIRIJ. published ono e'' .' Walton tea
ii County. Florid frequency of 103.1 baA
AhU ,
hvinK and if dead each week for Megacycle. 'with a aNUTAN raid ttcutlous Kentucky<<
;A'NNIE: auioos, the 'widow of their unknown heirs devt. eea' and in The DeFunlak four Herald consecutive a ...week....1<1ne..p..per 'n, Uy Jan CpU,'on McDonald Deputy t power. of I.. kilowatts. Antenna height si ring the halt Which tn. untie nan,r he Tou. Jerelene Smith: Herschel Karen
legatees u.d 16. 23, SO, 'eb. 8 .bo. I
,Armor Orlggs. 1IATT1B CAttHOLL. firms, any and \ published In Walton Couu. il.. .:_ ____ With average terrain of 17803 feet signed ue carrying 011 buamess i I Smith mid Villrea Jean Smith are11.nby
the widow of J. E. Carroll their or orporatlons claiming ty frlorlda studio and transmitter to be use State 01'.1ur.eI... h..nw the.. notified that a Bill uf Complal..t -
through 01, untie, BONE AilYKjtTlBIMENT FOR 1111)11LTIU&AT101'i located at 900 North 12th .. 1 I to foreclose.
assigns, administrators them. or either AND ORDERED street In rptrose Sepia business a certain mortgage
heirs of them' or claming' at DeFunlo k :\ AND ADDITIONS Df'l"Unl&k' 6Prtn .. Walton Walton B..ut Ion the hollowing described. real.
any right OoU'lt and
executors grantees, llenors and any tltlu :or: Springs Florida this 7 day of Jan' Florida. County. )'. 5lorda. I
interest to Lot. 1 personal> to-wit.
claiming any right titleor and 2. 11164. COUNTY Fratiit ft. Klrituei property
persons interest ill or lien upon the Block 70. Town ot Santa Russ r Seal) E. Leo Andrews WALTON HOSPITAL Sti 1C-23-30: Hilda B Kirkner, Lot I I. Block 1 1. \c-ro" Homes a
real property herein descubed Walton Couty', Fioridr. Clerk Circuit Court DeFunlak Springs, Florida Husband and Wilt Subdivision in the 14B:', of W.t.
ii, sled bids. will be received by the IN THE!: COURT OF THE Tenancy by Section 21. TuwnhKlilp 3 North
or any .rtDef thereof DEFENDANyig Walton County. Florid" .u COUNTY 1 u' ltntlreu: ,
NOTICE TO Bill Walton -Jan. 33.
Hiwpltal. JUROR 30
County DeFunlaKpiii OF Feb 19 Went.
en dan t s. By: Iva Adklnson D. O WALTON COUNTY' o. 1a Range Walton County
Hasthtgs[ and Louise HasttoSs\ff\ llVto'g >Ba, Florida, until: FLORIDA Florida, .
TUB STATE OF FLORIDA TO:: ; Attorneys for Plaintiff: IN PRORATE according to plat thereof
ANNIE ORIOOS. the widow of and U dead their unknown heirs, d.Vlsces .- Douglas M. Andrews 2.OO p in, c, s. tru R.: .Estate of J T. SKIPPER Decriued NOTICE or UNITED STATES MANthatLunasrEind recorded In Pint Book 2. page 7f .
Armor Grlgus.\ HATTIE CARROLL and legatees and any and all Of Campbell .s Andrews sdn>. February 18. 1964. NOTICE OF PROI1A+E II: .. 11 ., the public records of said coun-
the widow of J. E. Carroll, pcrsuns, : firma or corporation clalm- P. O. Box 328eFunlak At- the County Cumml.sioner'aoffice TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED!; IN v.rlu. ioyern.. rther
their heir, assign; administrators, 1ua by' through' or under them, or > Springs Florida Court HouseDcFunlak THE ESTATE. : or SAID/: DECEDENT: thegUnitedoSttetes\ n lo with all atrucWres and ImCruvpm..r.t. -
either District
executors grantees, tenors ana in! that Ol them or claiming interest ti; Jan .. IS. 33.. 3O Springs, Florid.FOn. You are hereby no til led that e the Northern Court lu i now and hereafter on said

any title persona or interest claiming In. or any lien right upon, Florida, described property in as Walton Lots 1 Count and {: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP WALTON (sal i General Construction the last.instrument will and testament purporting of to said b. January 14. 51tH.district. IU leUaaws 01 Floida.Civr 0... and. all, rents.IlxWres Issues attached. proceeds thereto and
Block (tb) Operating Lights Acton
the real property herein described 70. Town at Santa Rosa, Walton COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCKUYNO. decedent has been admitted to No 135.; "wherein t.h.1Jut.ed profits accruing and to accrue from
(ci> V\xxi Strvlce probate Slates
: .
Qnmty. Florid a. hquipmentll In lbl. W. & said' all of which Included
\ 8279 eourt. lou premises are
or any part thereof t)) Flcvutorsot are hereby 2
Sworn < 2.000R
OHEETlNUtt: complaint having been filed ANNETTE: H. MURPHY which commanded wit h I n ala calendar SEDAN ldenu lea on 1No\ within the foregoing deserlpflop -
tune and
by the above-named plaintiffs in the Plaintiff place they 'will months from the 2N810U45811. was. and the t.hert'Of also
date respondent ;
notified that ot .
lou are hereby apreseeding .bovc-entltled Court in ... te publicly uprned' and read. t the Brat United States I. tilt \ .... '
to quiet title has keen the above- rnUb this notice to Jllarabaa for the North 101II. steam' electric, water and
Plans 'trf a
nil tied cause of speclilclatlona and contract this peer .rn district
brought in the Circuit: Court of Walton nLh.lfh.. .hl_ _action_,,__ hu entitling__ _the. ALFRED FDWARD. MURPHY documents nre open to public inspec show cause. f any rived ot "Florida or nlY auth other heating rooklna. refrigerating

County and Hattie Florida Carroll.., and all AnnieOrlggs persons of n/itBa'c rn you' are hereby; '' ''notified 1:: ....that ac a MOTICal or.-.DIVORCE SUIT ee tion I,'\iicd ut certain train trieAreMtect plan rooms, or: may Charles be 10 you admitting can why the said action will ot to this probate court. sell and at deputy public! will outcry otter to: for the sale hlghes an tellgating. O

claiming. estate. title : foreclosure suit has been NOTICE TO: ALFRKKD' : EDWARD H.I should not stand unrevoked entr ncee for '
any right fll 1 'I t i MI; In*t you in the McCauley A.lIO<'ll1te.. 1917 Fifth front Unneg t.h.
above-named .
which hereafter
FOUNTAIN; TRAILER Joe Dan now are or may pertain -
in. lien following I Trotm
or interest or upon ma Ci nit the tvoniu6vutli.. UlrmlnKham Alabama Poet St..te.I
by above-plaintiff PARK ; OHlce and be used with In sold
described real situate seeking MELBOURNE FLORIDA the County Judge Courthouse ht to. or or on
property the
In Walton, County, FlotKln, to-wlt to foreclose his lien in the above"described You are hereby notified that .a cult i Kon full dnpoHlt. tO'ot50tt each set, Walton County City: ot Penaaeol. .Florida 011 Monday premises, even though they be
beginning at the Southeast corner : notified: and property and you are hereby for divorce Has been filed against you "p to two arts of documents deposit will for be Pint publication January 23. 196t.Florida In.February 3. 1Y84.. at lyre--:.-- .-...rl-..-...-.. ._.._....._. ached or detachable, has been ni:
of the Northeast quarter of required to serve upon in the above named Court by tin reiulnrd to each 4t.Jan.23.1"eb." ISIN seine being a legal sales day.n C against, you and you are hereby re.s -
pUlntlffs Orneral _Contractor the
a attorney a copy of your above named defendant and that you ht he 5.1 hour of quired to serve a copy of your answer
,. sale
of :
the Southeast quarter nun' cue B. to ; th
at swcr or written defense. If any. to are required to file your written aus- I sac opeciai rwpnunonttuctor THE COURT OF THE said .. Sedan. identification to the Bill of Complaint upon
24. Township A North, Range: 19 the ( who submits a bid COUNTYr.wwKJ5 N
; complaint in said cause and ta>> wee with the Clerk of the .above I direct JUDGE: or WALTON 2N01GI245811. This automoblle the plaintiffs attorney F. B. EIIter'h.P'1"1 -
West, running thence 33 yards rile the to the Owner and return. all doculentx COUNTY okay be
original of -
such answer or named Court and to FLORIDA IN prior to the O Box 4B7.' Fort Walton
serve a sale :
C North and South and 140 yard.Ea.t. copy lit good condition PROBATE .t Ferra..
wiltttn defenses with the Clerk of the of such answer upon the plaintiff) J within ten R.: Estate of J. T. SKIPPER Warehouse and Htonoar. Company : j.ld and .u. the originalof .
and West, thence running Circuit Court of Walton (10)( > dais after the opening date of : eaaed Ore'gory East
County Flor attorney whose name and address appears bids. Others NOTICE TO CREDIToRs at. 12th Avenue. aald answers In the office of the
and thence will be
North l'ebaacola
t1403yards id.. on or before the 14 day of Feb- below on or before February refunded $25.OO All creditors ot the Florida, during the Clerk of circuit Court I In and for Wai.
East. and West to pointof 19U4/ per set if returned within ten estate ot J. T. morning of F.bru
beginning. huary 17. 1944. This notice shall be publish dare., Skipper: deceased' are hereby notified StJti 1904. Emmett B' Shelby United ton County Florida on or before the
This notice shall be published each ed once each week for four ((4)) consecutive Bids must be u to file Marshal!" let day of March 1964. If !you fall
v.tek for four consecutive. 'weeks in 'weeks In DeFunlak accompanied by a demgwds which tav. or at Jon. 23-30 will be taken
: the Herald. they to do so Judgment
ortirietl check bid may
Southeast of or
ALSO quarter The DC Fun Ink bond In an against
Herald a weekly newspaper a newspaper of weekly circulation: lit said estate In the office ..aI..t. you by for the. reliefdemanded
Southeast quarter of Section 24, 'mount not lens th..nen. percent ot the County IN above
publlelied In Walton County. Judge THE
Walton County. Florida. i10'! ) of Walton County. CIRCUIT COURT IN In the complaintThis .
Township 9 North Range 19 WestNorth j Jlorldi. I el the lines Bid the Florlga In J'O$ AND
DONE: AND In PeFunlnk courthouse WALTON be
ORDERED COUNTY shall published once
Performance Bond and Depunlak FLORIDA
DONE AND ORDERED at DeFunlak a Payment nat "Springs: ,
half of Northwest quarter Springs, Florida., this 7 day of January Springs o'ralJcn.m"eMs3: ", tots: Bond each: in the amount of 100% monthe, from ala tof .. ender CHAMPLAIN IN CHANCERY 11/0./ Ills each week for tour competitive. weeks.In .
31 De-
day the the DeFulnak Hersld-BreeEe.
of Section 30 Township 5 North 1964 will bo required of the I successful date LOAN FEDERAL
NOS ...
18 Wept (SEAL) K. Circuit Rlddcr PUblication ot this hotlce. Each claim A88OCIATI0N. Ftmlate' Bprlnxs, Florida: a newspaperof
Range ideal l) B a :
Clerk of CourtWalton or demand Corporation general circulation In said
Cle ksoCircuitwdourt' No bid t shall be. withdrawn for a must b. In Writing and county
and you are hereby required to serve Walton County FloridaBy County Florida period 1 of shot)' (ClIO) days after the must PDft-ottlce state the place ot residence and *- Plaintiff (lIS) B LEO ANDREWS
copies of your answer or other pleadings Iva Adkluson, D. C. By Iva Adklnson D.C. rhednipu closing time for the receipt and address ot the el.lmanl JEREi Clerk Circuit Court
if any. to the complaint In aald Doualos M. Andrews Douglas M. AndrewsOf nt bill*. Right Is reserved to "waive must be sworn AND ICIf NDt 'I INDIVIDUALLY Walton County. Florida
befoio the 2nd Campbell A Andrews nformoUUu, select alternates, TRATRIX OF TOE P. B ESTERORKN
poceedlngs on or day Of Campbell & Andrewsp and sssJ&SrffS ESTATE: :
1964 F. 320 to reject, any or all bids, in OP JOHN H. SMITH; ALSO P. O. Box 487
of on O, Box 326DeFunlnk nick logS event
tornbyuarl' TthOMPSONtWELLS {: : ; SprlnRS.! Florida Cot noel PlaintiffJan. Florida" such appears to be in the Interest' How.nt AND KNOWN A/I/: J. HJlR.sCHBL: SMITH! ; Attorney for Plaintiff
for uf the Owner.\o1': ofCthus Lan HERSCHEL! !: KAREN SMITH Port Walton Beach, Florida
Attorneys at Law Post Office for Plaintiffs
Box 87. DeFunlak. Springs Flor- 4f Attorney: Jan. 9. 18. 23 30 8 16 23 30 Wultoit County Hospital Will and Testament et A MINOR AND VELLRJlA: JEAN: t.: Jan 30( Feb. 20
file I>er'unliik springs, Florida of J. T. kipper SMITH A NINOR. -- -- ---
ida. and ther..aeter to with the I lint deceased
Clerk of said Court the original: thereof IV T1IR: CIRCUIT COURT OF FOR WALTON COUNTY FIRST 3t-J..n. Lee III, 33 M: 3l Thomas(> Administrator 40 Jan publication 3 Feb 13 January 23. 1964. NOTICEDefendants.. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Chandler
as prescribed by law therein setting W\L'I'UN '()UNT"'. FLORIDA JUDICIAL C FLOKlUt TO: .7..I.n. Smith spent the weekend

up the estate, right, title or interest in, IN IIIANCERV NO. J24 RCUIITTa _............,.'..r e-o Nr.. alms....... ....... !. .. in Montgo-
.or lien upon the above described property ROBERT pENTEL and BEATRICE: THOMAS R. POTTER and GLADYS I:! .<:!&' W ---------- '. "'''''11'1&' tnel lion.

: eb.zlllo Herein t"af. :i PENTEL. hU wife L. POTTER his wife ; _
'or be entered Plaintiffs Plaintiffs,
.you by default. vsW1ILIAM.- VS.-
WITNESS my hand and the sent, ofisatd A. HARRELSON and MILDA CINCO PLUMBING COMPANY.
Court -at EieFunlnk Springs, Florida ' A. IIAKHELSON. husband and 'wife, INCORPORATED.
., this 31 day of December A, D. uJin living I and If dead, their' a corporation, and
J963. heirs' devisees and THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
(SEAL) B LEO ANDREWS legatees! and any and all persons Defendants' .
Clerk of the Court firms, or corporations a NOTICE OF SUIT
Walton County. Florida through or under them, or n.'tl' ; TO: CINCO PLUMBING COMPANYFort
By Colleen McDonald. of them or claiming any right Walton Beach. Florida 1
Deputy Clerk. title and interest In the property You are hereby notified that a stilt.
4t-Jan 1O 23 30 In Walton Florida, described has been filed "against you In the ( : ctwiiEsAwAywall
County :
: Lot 23 : Block 69, Town"' above entitled cause, and that you arc
IN THE!: COUNTY JtWOr.: (OI'RT of Santa Rosa, Walton County, required to file your answer 'with the BltIRG''UIJIj ..Md
IN AND FOR WALTON COUNTY, Hoi'' 'Ida. Clerk of this Court and to serve :
FLOKII Defendants copy thereof upon the plaintiff at I k? can No
TN RE-!:: ESTATE OF MILBBA NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS Wll torneys, whose name and address it ; opener I Clamps 1 Nepded! I I !
MOORE. Deceased. Ham A. Harrelson and Mllda A._ Harrtlson. > THOMPSON 4* WELLt*. McLean Building \ ice crusher
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll hiibbnnd and wife. If living and rl.r. O. Box 87. DeFunlak Sprig R I INSTANTLV'.8'"DS
/ creditors of the estate of Mllt If dead their unknown heirs, devisees, ;, not later than February \13.
. >ra Moore deceased are hereby notified and legatee .and any and all 1964 If you fall to do so .a Decree Pro 1 OM CAONTAOTIIf
and required to file any claims. firms or corporations persons, Confeaso will be entered against you =-- g
or demands which they mar" have. through; or under them or either ex for the relief demanded In the com- ,
J against said estate In the oHlce of them or claiming interest in that plaint. This suit is to foreclose B
the County Judge of Walton County property in Walton County Florida mortgage. The property proceeded $
Florida In the Courthouse at De- cX-scrlbtd as Lots 23 and 24. Block 69. against is: :
Funlnk Springs Florida, within nix)!; Town of Santa Rosa Walton County A portion of Oovernment Lot fll *geared for smooth,
calendar months from the date of the Florida. situate In Section y TAC
first publication of this notice. Each Sworn complaint having been filed South. Range 21 .wao described -..y cutting Old
claim or demand must be In writing by> the plaintiffs in the above-entitled as .follows' : Beglning/ at the southwest odra-Iong{ ... CONc
and must state the place of residence Court in the above-entitled cause of corner of the NEt/ of theSE STEP STOOL .. w'"lcri
and post office address of the claimant action entitling the plaintiffs to this %, Sec. 30, Township 2 South '
and must be sworn to by the notice. you and each of you are hereby Rang 21 West State of Florida Tine new Cosco step stool .... 24. ,
claimant bin agent or his attorney, notified that a. mortgage foreclosure thence go North a distance of 33U( with the
or It will become void according to cult has been filed against you in the feet to a point thence go Easta smart hourglass [ 1
law I above-named Court by the above- distance of 19 feet to the pointof elfin The swingaway steps J ;1011'11I6I: ] j jfame. 9
This < day of J ,Moore I named plaintiffs seeking to foreclose beginning of the parcel des- arerubbertreededfor.tided.1 portable ; fi
Harry tholr Hen in the above-described property cribed herein. thence continue
J. Tweed McMullen I and you are hereby notified and east a distance of 149 feet to a safety Sturdy chrome can opener
First publication on January 9, 1984. I required to serve upon the attorney of point. thence KO south 200 feet to Choice of handsome. J
4t: Jan 9. ICI 23 30 record for the plaintiffs a copy of a point thence. BO West 149 feet Crushes tee bwttwr
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