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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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THE CHATJAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE


V 'LlTME6l'_ :_NO. _1 QUINCY FLORlUt, THURSDAY JANUARY 2, IM4 PER COPY TEN-CENT
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J1964( Vehicle Back On ScheduleStores Robert R. Dyer r I

In the Quincy area First Baptist Church PlansI I

County Events I" Tags On Sale schedule will resume today their_ Thursday regular Found Dead In !

They will b* open this _no
I New 1964 vehicle tag, with last and closed' this after

blue letter and numeral on Boon. River Swamp ,

an orange background went on A complete calendar allowing Robert R. Dyer 17. well Formal Sunday

sale this morning it the officeof all holidays Ihst will be known Oiattahoochee businessman Opening ,
Of f 1963 Told observed during 1914 U I
Tax Collector Clinton B. ivsllabl It the Clamber *l was found dead slumpednear

sctt The 1064 plate will be Commerce office his automobile on Turke .

valid until March 20 106.1 or Ridge In a hunting preserve at '?:' '''' I Services

Well! 1963 Im gone Left -- 13 month. 1963 tag will be, 130: Tuesday afternoon lie Special

backtrack and review the conn- void after February 20 of this' apparently had shot himself accidentally : .' w < .

ty highlights during the put Laboratory In year BassrU acid Hurst Inducted ai he pulled his ;, h i ,I Both MorningAnd

twelve month. I, Prices on all tag were raised shotgun from the car

January began with a bang by the 1963 Legislature but District Mr. Dyer U repotted to hive "4( .'
Scout
the -organized United I Monticello Is will be good for an addltlona gone hunting alone on Monday I.. -- .. ; Evening
Fund or Quincy Florida, Inc. month. When h* failed to return that ", t

exceeded Hi original goal ot Tag for motor bike and Head In AreaRaymond night a search wa Instituted .' 'I
(30,000 and went 'way over the Being Expanded scooters will rut 11.33; "D" Tuesday morning Hlgh*v Patrol .,:. .1 Open House
Rehearsals for the Senior officer Game Department
top tag $".04; plain tag 22.17; Hurst of Quincy Will Be In OrderIn
Clan Play at Quincy IllKh began Dr. J R. Beikenbach, director "W" 'WW officer, officials from th.Oad.dm .
tags .
tans 30.29
; Installed a* the 19ti4 chairman
was
and Maria teaman was County Sheriff Detriment The Afternoon
of the Agricultural Ex- $38.42, These price Include the
named 'Homecoming Queen' of the Gadsdrn District and other Joined. In
at Greensboro School Out at periment Station, has announced tax collector' fee. of the Suwannee Area Council, the search. A helicopter wan The formal opening of the

Southern Wire. the employees that the name of the Pecan Series "G" truck tag will Boy Scouts of America at a also used In an effort to locate Firm llM>tM Church will l I.ernmturtrd

voted against forming a local Investigations Laboratory at cost $250 more than they did recent district meeting held al the missing man 1e" Sunday January II. \

chapter of United Paper Makers Monticello has been changed to last year plus 1/12th to take the Jefferson House. David Funeral services will be held Special! morning and eveningscrvl
and Paper Worker Union, car of the additional month of Lyle of Tallahassee, Council this morning at 11 o'clock al <">s have been:: planned and
the Bend Horticultural
AFL CIO. "Big use Series "OH" tags will jump Scout Executive, served as Installing the First Baptist Church In .* on 'Open House' will be held '
In February an attempt to Laboratory" $5 plus 1/12: "GK" tags up $7.50 officer Chattahonrhee. Burial will be durln; the afternoon.lr. "

find oil on the Ward farm The Stations' director laid plus 1/12, and "CV" tags an Other Scout official Inducted In Old Sycamore Cemetery un

which proved unsuccessful. The that In view of the enlarged responsibility additional $10 plus 1/12 for the coming year were: der the direction of Rmlth-Mor-
Quincy High Band presented Its Tag for house trailer will .
of the researchunit vice halrm.nM.rvln Porter gan-Clark Funeral Home
annual concert under the direction the old name was no !on/l' sell for $16.75 and small utility of Havana; District Scout The deceased I I. lurvlved by
boat trailer will cost $3 02
Charles A. Burns and or
of er appropriate The laboratoryhas Comml..lonerJulia" Davis o( Chattahoochr
ill wife of one
Other trailer will be advanced -
the County Commissioners made been expanded for research In tag follows"BU" hattahoochi-e; and Neighborhood daughter, Mr*. Sandra rowers '1.s .
:
price a*
plans to enlarge the Gadsden with peaches and lung as well Scout Commlsiiontr and three grandchildren all of a.
County Hospital. A scholarship ai other commodities Important series up $250 plus 1/12; John' Ward of Havana. Ocala; two half sisters Mr.
fund In memory of the to the area Emphasis will be "B" series up $250 plus 1/12; ''Carl of and
Jim Ed Gilbert of Qulncy, Johnson Quincy
"L"N" and "O" trailer tags
late James W J. Love was Munroe presented placed on tree fruit and nut advanced $10 each plus 1/11. Immediate past chairman of the ilrs. Eva Ma Sumner of Brlol *- r 1 1I 1s

by Bradley crops. jadsdcn District, emphasized and a half brother, J, B
to the University of South Series "E" taxi will
Researchet at the laboratorywill or tag the Importance of Scouting In Parrlsh of Qulncy and a host
Florida. The fund was established cost $1250 more thin last year of other relative and friend.
work closely with scientist the area and expressed his appreciation
through joint effort of ambulance
1/12. Wrecker and -
plus
at the North Florida Station at to all who had participated -'-' -
C.adsdon County clti/en and and
will cost
Quincy and the Suwanne Valley tags $33 In Scout activities

Plan Wlnn-Dlxle for the Store new Foundation.Gad dl'n Station at LiveOak.. dealer tags 1404. during the past year, "'Slork Derby'Winner

The Big Bend area extends I "Th Uidsden District began
Health Center began
,materializing County The Qulnry Police slightly to the west of Tallahassee PresbyteriansHear I functioning five yean ago; with To Be
and considerably to the 260 Scout and
Department moved from approximately MAJESTIC The loimal opening of the First Baptist
east of Montlcello leaders and has grown to more
cramped quarters on the Court- Dr H. W. Young, formerly of Missionary than 700 Scout and leaden," Church of Quincy will be conducted Sunday January $.
to the building
house formerly Square occupied by Greyhound the North Florida Station li Miss Olllnett Kversrd talked stated Gilbert. Previously, the, Named Jan. 9 Special aervlcM are planned both morning and eveningand

assoclste horticulturist In Adult Sunday district was comprised of two Houa will be hold tho afternoon I
the
Lines. to Presbyterian Winner of the eighth annual an "Open during
charge of the laboratory Georgia count lei and one Floe.Ida
During the month of March School Class Sunday morning county Gilbert added. Stork Derby will be announced Th* architectural style ol the structure U traditional yet

the dairy cattle judging team of 'Louis Dooner On about the work PresbyterIan Paul McLarty of Chaltahoo next Thursday January t, stsl now. The proportion and detail !from classic order olcontudo

the Quincy in the FFA stale Chapter at the lacedsecond Florida are doing In Mexico. She chee was rtcognlted for 25 consecutive -I I'don Carman Gadsden County past or* adapt.d to the present and future U..olilV., ,e..er

wa Introduced by the class year In Scouting Mr; Time need
The [ advertising manager .
State Fair In Tampa Club's ProgramPresidentelect ; Dr Harold W "Revr" repr
and Mr*. Leon Weaver of Quln
Rev Guy R. Wade assumed duties president Mr. Lanier Richard- local business firm rillnii the Southern Baptist
a* the pastor of the Thomas U W. Runner ion. cy both received the ScoulerTraining h..nrrd gifts to the first Convpntlon Will deliver lh* tor

Memorial Baptist Church. Out of the Quincy Kiwsnls Club It was fascinating to hear ol of Greensboro Award; George received Marcus tl1.Scouler' baby born In Garisden County Interstate Highway 10 mon at the morning service net
.t the Gadsden County Hospital took charge of the program at after midnight December 31 for II o'clixk.
the that
accomplishments are Key and Sam Lamarof
volunteer the regular weekly meeting ; The following rule must be
the newly-formed
who I* chalrmiit
Dr Hrtvfr,
ability
mad to the
being there a* Quincy received recognition
workers the Candy Monday at the Jefferson House observed In the contest:
of
of the people to learn to for his training course taken In of lh. Executive Committee
Snipers Weft In full swing M,. Dooner named his committee 1. Winning baby must be Conven.
read "Each One Teach One") North Carolina last the Southern llaptlat
The worker are a group of chairmen for 1984 and presented and the mission being eitsbllihed Camping award summer were pro- born In Cadsden County. Hearing Set 6 I Ion, I I. paslor of the Dauphin
January
. student between the ages of I each with a portfolio Miss Everard who had M-nted by Harold Dudley of 2. Parent must b* resident Way Baptist Church In ),to.

1.lh'18. which contained helpful suggest visited Mr.. 11 A. Love and Bainbridge, Ga, Gadsden District of Gidsden County bile. Ala) one of the largest .
annual Fat Cattle Show lona for that particular com Miss Miry Lov before leaving Scout Executive Troop I. Exact time of birth must Itap List church In the eoutv.
and Sale In April at the Livestock -I mlttre. brought greeting to their many 201, 202 and 203 of Quincy an d be peoUled by attending phy.. Mayor K. W .Hlnaon Monday --- Ir11.. produce t weekly t Uevlslun

Pavilion, 19-year-old Freddy Following presentation of the Quincy friends.Executive Troop 211, Havana. slclan. night requested that every com.mlaalonir Gretna program and I* a free r

Shelter of Havana showedthe I packets, President-elect Doon During the evening wa announced .. 4. All application must r who could possiblydo PastorIs quent rnnlrlliutor dnomlna .
Grand Champion steer a er thanked the club member Board Oi that the Buwannei, received ,In the Times Office en-h* ra attendance at, Uje.publl tinsel jmirnill.DA C
1,009-pound Black Angu Ff'eddy -! for naming him president and Area Council annual banque I by 5 p.m., January 3, J964. Seevef! not only aesves
Me hearing an InterstateHighway Called ToDonalsonville
President J. Love Club To t .
complimented Womans
I* a member of the HavanaPTA has been scheduled for Januar, (. In the event of a tie lh. denomination. In many es.
Chapter The Quincy High Hutchinson for a successfulyear The Executive Board of the 30 at the Tallahassee Elk I award will be distributed al i 10 to b* conducted parities but also 1* very active

and Greensboro High Bands' Qulnry Womans Club will meet Club th* discretion of the commute. not Monday Jan. < at th. In rlvle affair.Due.int *.
both made straight superior all Mr. Dooner will be Installed tomorrow Friday January 3: at county rourthouie The meeting Ihe mnrnlna service
Band Festival In of the civic orgsnl House The Attending the district meetIng >1'W., H, r..mbl'rt. f"rm..r"....
the District sat president 10 m. at the Club ;
Port St. Joe. The Exchange' ration early In January. He president Mr*. James Watt. were Mr. and Mr. Leo,Drane D. Smith I* scheduled to be held .1 The Rtverend Roy. N. f wla. of the First Itaptlst c."bllre".nrl
Club' "Book of Golden plans to attend the mid-winter will preside.All Weaver, Mr. and Mr. Raymond 10 a m. under sponsorship' of who h.. 'been pastor of the//1 a resident of Qulnry, will
Hurst Mr. and lit Jim Ed I(Jretna and WoiNlland I'resliy.
Florida District I'll. the Florid State Road ad
awarded jointly to conference of Ihe dedicatory prayer.
was Deed."j board member are urged .
Gilbert Mr. and Mr. Sam Lamar .rlan Churches fur the
D. Macon and Mr*. J. W of Klwanla this weekend In to attend. Buried Tuesday parlm-nt and will be and past ,... muse will/ b. present
four
who the Kev. and Mr John a half year, hoe .been
R. L. Massey ell the Church Choir
The Qulnry Glre Club presented Clearwater -- with the location and Ve.1 by
Bywaler and Kermit Wahl all ailed to the Eliot I'resbyterlan
to full will serve a* secretary of the effects of the Federal
concert a
its annual attend IS THIS YOU? of Quincy; Mr, and Mrs. George At Church of Dnnaliwinvlll, Jenr--
I will also
In 1904. stale The 33 mil
club AilapulyusDrane Highway
house.As .
The candid camera shot of Marcus and Mr and Mrs. Ear gla I II. bruin his. mlnlitrv in
the conference.Kev Ion of the road will run H
activities gained Albert Woodward of Quincy appeared Willis, Greensboro; Paul Mo.juty >nnila' ,nvlll* on January I.
Bill Griffith was a guestof D. Smith (u, former Jackson County on Ihe weal hLeon
tum In May the annual momen'l In hat week issue of and Homer lllrt, Chaltalooche -; I Mr. Lrwl and his family
held M,. Massey at the Mond.ylunchI'Dn. resident of Attapulfua/ Gi, County on the east
at .
coming was Mr and Mr John
the Gadsden County Times. ; and well known to In live hem living In lb. Grelni,
o( many Tentative plans tall for an
Philadelphia Church one Ward and fir. and Mrs. Marvin
lYesbyterlsn Manse, He and
!South Georgia and thin Motion
the oldest churches in Gads- Havana Mr and Mrs nlerchange abort distinct
Pol1pr. ; his wife Nee ram, In Grmna
of Florida, died In Memoriallospllal
den County. Topper Hamptonof David Tallahassee and from Dover' Store at Midway;
Lyle, ; from Atlanta They have two
QuincY High and Benny fenn 2 Mr. and Mrs Harold Dudley at Balnhrldge! Monday another In the vicinity of Spoon
Telephone Operators following an Illness of aptroxlmalely children, Debbie, :1 year old
of Greensboro a*representative High were to Boys selected I Bainbridge, Ga.- one yeiri dura- er's III. Blor Lax south Talquln of hued Quincy and on and lwl Tommy graduated, .II from monthi ClenrglaTech Mr

In Tallahassee. tlon. another In the western section
State scheduled for July
Harold Young Jr.. a At The Loaf I Funeral services were .held ot t the county that will servo and Columbia Th.oloticalSeminary.
.
Quincy place In High the .state senior at won the first Exchange Begin Retirement Jan. 1 lt 1Jekn This Week Tuesday Methodist Church at the with Atlapulgus the Kv other ChattehoclC"hH.communities Urensb In that area and During his first Mr Irvine paslurate bawls'' Woodlandwa ministryth

Club' public speaking I Gallon Pollock and the Rev City Manner Herbert Gregory Uretns Woodland Church
Leaf Theatre attraction for David officiating Burial
Crlpps
contest Excitement was created was asked to send reuiluon -
when the huge crane collapsed the coming week Include "9} was In the Attapulgua Methodist to the Florid Development have been blessed with many
as It wa attempting to Mr*. Annie Belle P. Smith and Day At Peking" today and Friday Church Cemetery wllh the Co Commission placing; Qulny lmprovm and addition

hoist the spire atop the steeple Mrs. Ullle P. Isler yesterday stirring Chirlton lleiton Funeral Home of Bainbridge In In line for some much needed The Woodland Church Ass airrondllloned

cot. the new First Baptist became the first two employeesof ] and Ave Gardner. Saturday charge. Improvement al the local' Grttn Its lambiary The
Church has built Fduratlonal
in
Church: In Quincy. Luckily, the Qulnry Telephone Com- double feature will b* "Gun A lifelong resident of De- airport First on the priority I llullillng. which In--

there were no Injuries At the pany to retire under the new Hawk plus "Day of the Bad- atur County, h* was the son lilt was request for a paved elude Mlnwahlp Hall I t'iurclassrmiin
a
I ,
studentsthe retirement man." Featured Sunday, Monday landing strip 7ft by 1400 feet, : !
end of May 100 employee program of the late William K. Budl and kitchen. Improvement
....... -I
largest class ever -- graduated which was' recently inauguratedby Tuesday and Wednesdaywill Smith and Betty Davis Smith hen llghti for the strip and in the church
School. be 'Fun al Acapulco" starring third to the I/I Dr. Henry All* Parker
from Quincy High t the Company. pioneer resident of Decatur Improvement loo- program Include a Young I'Pie's ..-

Judy Wolf was the valedictorian "Mr*. Mac" a* Mr. Smith la Elvis Presley ounty. During his life time nil building. orgsnlsitlnn ,i youth choir Dr Henry Allen Parker aim
Harold Young the aalutatorlan known to many telephone user I M,. Smith was engaged In farm I Another matter concerning the series of special study f loses I a former pastor of ins ,First

At Greensboro High Sharon has completed 41 year of eonUnuou FHP REPORfs I.IGHTACCIDENT ing and other type of business ,Irport that was' brought to the a Sunday School reorgsnitalinn Uapllil i <>ui' h and Invmedlal

Miller gave the Valedictory address service with the company RATE I and for the past eleven ytsrs ommlMlon* attentoes. was the and each year a aeries' of past pre Mitil of the Florid
and Rena Clark the salutatory having first begun workIn had served as ins asaeaaor for fact that 100 octane gaaolln: sptrllunl enrichment service Hiptlst Convention, will preach'
addresa. 1911. At that time the central The Florida Highway Patrol Decatur County.A wa* not avallsM at the port was held, ;
the evening service which wIll
John S. Fischer of Havana was office was on Washington report a light accident rale In Mason h* was o Past Miser City: Manager Gregory was old ..,. Lewis li well ._n' In begin at 1.30.Ilepre.enling.
killed In an automobile wreck Street upstairs over whit I* Gadsden County for the past and at the time of his death 10 see that this matter was the enunty partly because efhi

near Blountstown just two day I now Mary-Booney's store. She week wi' the oldest member of Allspulgue taken rare of at pnr. It... I Interest In sparta. II:* has the Florida Bap
he graduated from Havana hired V, who "Things 1 have certainly (lacked minted that and IIA Convention at the formal
after was by C Pinion Lodge No. 22S, F, A. IW.t pump* participated. actively In the
High In June. Hall, firs and I y wI was manager of the exchangeto up compared la the highway M. lie was s member of the tanks available for bothSO Qulnry Men' Itn-rtallonal Program opening, Dr I'arker has helll i I
lightning caused two death and work with the two operators accident the week before," said Attspulgu Methodist Church and 100 octane gasoline. "laving Softball and bas I pastiHale at the AllapallaliHaptlst

wrought havoc to tobacco crop I \already handling th* work of Sgt Ralph StrongFORESTRY, and for many year use actlv Florid Equipment Company kelhii I. Jl Iuo cached Ihe Church. Miami; the
and barns throughout the aunty switching local and long distance ---- In ,church school and tommualy or .Jacksonville was declared Klwoila tlub'i Midget Foothill 'First Church, Dothani \f
Ned Hinson was named call for the tome three REPORTThe affair "Unr bidder I* supply the fit* learn. fnr several years. In and the First BaptM Church In '

mayor of Quincy and the Rev hundred phone In service (t Gadsden County Forest Survivor Include his widow, with new and modern Mhllvd-. (Ml hi* t.*1II split the clumpMmihlp Montgomery.
Nash Phllpol assumed dutlnII that time. 'Mrs. Mac" be- Bantam Draglln and Harkho inIhe I Significant progress Mae shownIn
E soot !Service report two wood fires Mr*. Sarah K. DaiMhtry Smith, with mother trim .
the minister of the Centenary became chief operator and heldthis In the past moves day, burning three daughters, Mr*. Wllllsm! to b* used, In treat, water and league. The bowls bark each of these church due.tog
ti.thiwti. C'hureh. 1 I petition until her retirement sewer work. Net roda the Utelna the lime h* served ** pas*
'''e all acre Slity-nlp woods Woodward ef Quincy, Mrs. U woe frequently
In'j-i;; ;the Qulncy Police ])ehcpartmfnt c. 11I_.. Jr. Through the yean she fire since January I of last C. Bledsoe, ol Cullman Ala city will be |''.11I12. The aem r:4n* of lively basketball. tor While' there a total trf five

the combined rl.* baa guided the growth of theperator year burned I4RT acre, In and Mr*. L. W Keith, Jr. of machine will rrplae the old vr touch) football, ,._.. Youngpeople minions were begun tinder hid
were Into force and till been kt which hai been In for leadership, all of which are now \ ,
one use
John Hinson Jr. the same period In M2, M Nwnan. 0'1 tree tone .JulianC III the nelghhorhod enJoyed -
one the Department of Public charge of hiring and training fire burned 44U am, according Smith of Tallahassee, Col.: Ihe past II year and I* considered the. lames there strong Baptist fhurchei.Dr

Safety Chief t. W Hair. USCG earls operator There are presently to County Forest Banger Jam* W, Smith, of Largo and obsolete. I Mr. Lewi will be remembered I Parker boo been piitnenl
of the newtrganlutlon. Finishes the rint Rapllat Church |
.... named dl-ertor 21 operator working for David Burn George D. Smith of Tampa; a OI'III"alll''lumber.' 416, 417 In the (Cirvtn WoodlandChurches q
Finally but finally he company which converted The rainfall for Qulnry' as of sister Mr J. W, Woodward and 411 were pwxd an fist' fmr his well prrpr4.Ihoughillniiilatlng I Orlando chance5041. .
the spire .u succ'ess'fully Basic Training u> dial operation tea year ago, reading al the Monday night : IIr_.. his .serve ar' durtnllh. evens ,
.
the steeple rf I o'clock a m. Dre. tl for Quln.ry of Quincy a becOMe J. O. will be the ,.." D. '
placed on Church. OB John C Kinon Jr, Seaman last Friday. was 1 inch Rated*!* la I Mliavtna Smith of Balnbrldg. 14 p nd- meeting al City Hall. These'will be remembered for hi.* workmath fl Merman.. Field. rrtry I
the First Baptist Mr*. Iiier. "..re. Mae* sister, : ordinance make light change the young people from ;
church bells In five Apprentire. USCG. eon of JO and the county avenge children and five gnat .adol : for the florid Baptist Con. '
July Fourth J. C Hinson Sr completed. IS years aervlre SJPOI' I* IM children.CITATION la the old Code of Ordinancesand I toddlers. la le sees, The' many I
pesled *aims 'Mr and Mrs. __ 'IIIIUlperl.1 sacred must
Quincy churches from recruit her retirement and plan to change! till title of tile '"rAudtlOl' marriages, funeral, end hap- .
minute of Quincy, graduated will b by the Church
presented
taneously for four which lit has eitnls- *
spend tome of her time visiting and Clerk to "financedirector seer
1J flurng -
throughout the entire srLeon training December and lured will ert_lnl/ t. .. an,C bolr. during the evening The
as the U I. with her two daughter :: raise lilt amount *
all of their ceremonie at will be under the
reminding Center their fimllle Her d..IhtPl'l.Mre. wlthheU from city employees'Ps lmprwiun i en Uads """ Coast Guard Receiving lit the Kev. Thorn
leadership
heritage
"i'1- Genuine Fletcher and for ,1M l from' people : I
leggbbegan on the Qulncy Cape May. N.graduated J. from Mr*. Mary LIUlaaj Smith both I percent pn te I errant purposes anti allow At present the' Oreln and K Culllim' pastor of the FirstBaptist
rt'1It Minion, wh* I 1 I hwrcr'A
man's Club I retired t seek: Woodland Churches have no
W"I I.t before en- art former telephone operator employee *
Hal Da la Usiverdty House" has been
"he assigned to Mr*. Gladys Johnson 1* the employment I a gnvna.Magencies pastor At recent ngrgatlo .i Open
a speaker 1WO will be to S 'vluik Son
"' planned from I
it ..... new chief operator of the ether thaa the' city noun al meetings pulpit wmmlll_', I
Future Hone- vnlmark afternoon Members at Ih*
of the elected archer ta 4v
Meeting Syroo
America In Kansas He completed;;; 12 week el DIllY retlnmeiri. and change the were shush extend a medial. Invttallmi .
makers. ef organization ot a training which Include A reeeptloa. honoring u.. two ,date of Mandatory retirement I chairman of ': Wandlandrammlltee to to attend th*
The
Cll,. Me .. bad B tm Mahaf- everyone
,
GadsdcB County Chamber .*1...........1., gunnery physical I retiree wa held w Sunday free the' year following' a* e* fry hr4 th. Cretan group A I two services and view the. sewmetesry
pearhede4 by FredJanes. military discipline fternoo at the W_'* Clubby (101.. Mity-fifus birthday tokl I during Ihe "Open
Commerce toatkeeanwamlraUoiM a4 the company. The operator riity-fUUl birthday, there joint avetlng ., the Iwa eimv
Quincy Chamber snanaer. eitlee I* plaesnednr Tu**>lay bases"Groun.breeklnt
fMlnilaWlal
with the
by ertnrUutg
served
act office employee a*
.-_lull.AIICIIM CoPt Guard history I teremonle
gained dlsiuaaletting t
Right, January 14 la ,
1lr tUNA
participated to the e-fcoteaet for the .erado*. fkcortly r
month HUnoo the Elms
quiet fan new StptiatChurtb
ws
....._a.* lor ... dlat ssl..si w4 held M the a new nbiilfThe \\t
funeral .
.
a* alwev Tbe Qouvr TgT state Many friend *f the prayer and bt wlnhesf mere held September t.1M2 ,
began football practice.U Ute late Prrsdl Johai DC_ Including _bar *t eat ef L the mutate a.wty governing,_.lIaH l/tflt streetwet M Cretaa < Weodlaml : The first service W*. 1
September the county was I.ttfy u Waahingtea. by tow guests, atte 44 the re. / Church and the many feuds I conducted the new sanctuary
of ,
saddened by the death *f youth, marching sifts Guard HooorGwdane eeptloa.BCwlr. Qviney. of the Lewi family g* with December 12. 1M1. Tie true> (

fui Sandra GreenwaH wlM was Company.lte I them to Men new home and lure whirs face math on Wash
--k ky lightning W5each. Meshes I wu .__ sne no Coedbase Coast ComniMlonlecretary RUNNER-UP auaietry. ington Street will eoenfse ably j

Sandra would I rrtN Mean MIM CharMW An Freeman seal MO peoph.The .
free Qatar 1111II I Guard Receiving Cetae ta Cape' *f State TMD ,.f TllaAaaee. formerly efQuJisry WEATHER REPORT building design. wr
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taia year The Courthouse waiCloaBttutH I May' N. J. .w tank pelt Is today aoneiUMMl W. the Harbt CMUBUVtoning it,I Mr. Anal .. Smith .it shears leceMixja I woe rwuer J for Mia draw by th* architectural e*. I
..,110& by. flaacVUghta the proresaloaial tram the of C. cf TIe- UtorUwnl Jato College, Ma*,I MISSING ......rin. firm of Barrett, DafM ..
N. Drew
Bo 44*. Qvlikry. MMember from MMcha prertleol Qulaqr ,
SattoaaitotMMta. Routo t
the pin
Howe to ,
White '
M Un aridiutetf r) ti.Mon. FbrldaMiss I DM lo Wednesday being a' It ttahnp If Tallahaasee.B .
Clash .. They *erre4 U the booed *f rMblle latnctloD. phone Company at bar 1re1D1III1 tcep4oo {cot Svwioy .
Ceraen 1., rmilrurtkm" Company fTalUhtsae
Qateey efMr
the FY Gad. Freeman I* (isr* holiday the weather apse
Igo I
ball seam opned 'IIuJ ;funeral eertet; sad *. aeewtty District ose.odl.g, ILIMorga L The pin was toad soon the errlc award to* BO*I I Van Cavwla act Mrs Wat.Ue ., the paM week use .aw'"I1", and AllaaU wed the

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1963 had its ups and downs,its happiness and its sadness...its good and its bad... but all In all it was a good year...But STEWART YOUNG'S
. EXPECT MORE AND BETTER THINGS IN 64. We've heard some sidewalk talk to the effect that "my tobacco's so bad it won't even smoke" "The'
Fullers Earth is now 5 million years old...has water in it and'is going to the bad". or something equally as silly..such as business will be worse B
.=. than ever this spring and what's left of it will be going to Tallahassee or elsewhere. Maybe we've heard so much of this...and even contributed to ==
/ it...that some of us have even come to believe it. We at Stewart Young's did some checking and to our utter amazement,we found that business was
=3 good In 1963. Why shouldn't It have been? Why won't It even be more in 64? Let's stop worrying bout things that don't need worrying bout and get ==
.3 down to business and make 1964 a boom year, stead of something we're scared of.

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We expect so much more that we 'just ordered a carload of New 1964 Frigidaire Appliances! We must make room for them in 2 weeks. We have a
;": few 1963 models left and we are taking orders for school plan appliances which are now at'Chattahoochee High,Greensboro High,Carter-Parramore _
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High and Quincy. As an example of the tremendous values you can purchase a $214.95, 19S3 School plan 40 inche range for only $159.95. There's E= Vii
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George Ilaiedorni I Kateart
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LOOK AT 1964 I Many observer still expect thetIde.
the forthcoming cut In federal f ( ..
At the turn of the year It 1 li I 4C
income taxes to give the economy null
customary for commentators to I r
take a look at the economic. a large lift But tills will par.
be partially offset by a continuation
prospect fo rthe coming twelve
in the rise In collection
month This column fomeeiyear
of state and local taxes
In which the business
a Also,, It have been discounted
may -
picture will be, on the whole, rlni
In advance by heavy
bright but not dazzling. cue-
The economic rise which hal purchases of homes and automobiles 3u .

been going on since early 1961 on credit maildir:

does not term to be losing been mo The all great is the problem question loomingover of whe.they iii t JITNEY-JUNGLE

mentum. There hu not the Federal Reserve system mattatt/
any terloui building up of inventories 6.
the
In will be able to stay on
which has often
tight-rope it has been walking
the been the prelude to a A
put Will It be able to maintain high
Fresh Apalachicola
President
downturn.Kennedy'i The shock assawlnatlonh of short-term interest rates to I. e'

protect our balance of payments
not noticeably Impaired the and (t the same time the
of
confidence of business or provide the abundant iredlt lb. JockiW
consumer needed to keep the domestic MULLET
Some of the statistical Indicator
In recent economy rising This Is a long-
published term problem, but probably we
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weeks have been negative or at
evade It for at .
will be- able to
least doubtful. The seasonally '
housing least most of 1964. Frosty Morn U S : .y..A.a
adjusted figures on whole balancing all Good .r.'i .
and manufacturers' sales On the we R .
starts
he considerations, we are Inclined IrIlO.
were slightly lower In November +
believe that economic da .f-
to j
the
margin than for October.error Introduced However In activity, as measured by w1l1'the ,, SIRLOIN I 1 sac..t.
national product, ,
gross
of Nnhloa
the
these figures by process
seasonal adjustment suggests total about 010 billion dollarsIn SNOWSTORM COVEIS LOTS OF TERRITORY-The blanket of snow from Taxis to the Atlantic seaboard ...Iot-

that It would be unwise to pay Iflfli. This anticipates I 1963 rise heart of the South appears a little cold as Judy In Atlantic City,N. J,however,the 8ak*.
too much attention to small of about 4 percent less than over the Lovett (left) and Kay Hathorn walk through an were not enough to discourage Bonnie Lou Scott d Ir .tnry

movements In either direction. considerably between 1962 and ice-coated park In Jackson, Mis{ The winter (right),who was hardly dressed for skiing aa she ."'ma.
The government survey of crease In-I walked hr dog In the twirling height of storm. sot'I.
It will not be enough! to scene was left In the wake of a storm that spread r .d"
business plans for future Investment II. .
In plant and equipment ., unemployment! much below M ..11'1h
forecasts a leveling off, current level.
Happy New VurtLandscape bush and Yaupon mere used In .
la the first quarter of 1964, 11 Robert Brown Nrxe'
rise thereafter A survey the background for fruit effect I ...ow.a01.

manufacturers' expectations as' With Southern wax myrtle was Takes TrainingAt i
to their tales In the first quarter used as a background plant and
tndlvates a nominal drop as Native PlantsBy screen .n<
compared with the last quarter. Small and large native trees Naval Base I Ib.Frosty c, ",."
But statistical compilations of
I that Dr. McElwee used aroundhis 'willx14.
future plans and expectationsmust ]Mel SharpeIf home Include flowering Crest Lakes, 111 Robert L
be taken with an even you are planning to landscape of Mr. and Mrs
dogwood devllwood or wild tea Brown, 18, son e'
larger grain of suit than statistics your home, don't overlook I II olive, red maple, laurel oak and >t. E. L. Brown of Route 3, r ...
which are based on what using some of Florida'snative I Quincy, Is undergoing recruit .
southern magnolia.For
has already happened. I plants, says Dr. E. WMcElwee .1 training at the Naval TrainingCenter 4
head of the University recommendations a* to Great Lakes, III. I, sir: 4
of Florida's Ornamental the native plants that you can, I Morn U. S. Good 5-
Include :
The nine-week training I
In Dr. McElvtee, Lb -
area.
Horticulture Department for use your ; ::
7Dt navel orientation, history '
os the Agricultural Experiment suggests/ contacting your County H,.
and organization, seamanship
Stations, Agricultural Extension Agricultural Extension Agent 4-H Club
ordnance and gunnery, hASs
Service and the College of Ag Your local nuraervn In manycases
49c
riculture. will have i selection of ,military drill physical fitness, News View CHUCK ROAST elm!
first aid and survival
O666t Native plant are well adapted native plants. Many of the native ;3.3S.V.S 1
to local climatic and sol plants used In his Landscape During the training recruits POI'BIE "G"CLI'B ,
condition and may be much plan were obtained from receive tests and interviews MEET"VIC'tI.p".ldml .
which determine their futureassignments i iur
easier to grow than many of local nurserymen Dr. McElwee Sherl Thomp.son \"
the hybrid and Introduced ornamentals pointed outFor j In the Navy. Upon called the Di*. IBlh nnn- p. 'a
he points out. those who are willing to completing the program they business meeting of the' Double i Mn
assigned to aervlre Softoolsor Georgia Grade "B"
Gadaden County It U also much easier to pro- go out and look for specimensIn are technical Instruction to "CJ" .-\1 Club to order it 4 30 Nib
Insurance Center duce a naturalistic effect In a the wild, Dr. McElwee cautions or The club met In the> home of -
ships and station for on-the- Dressed
. landscape planting with native homeowners to first cheek Mr*. W T. Suber Jr.. In Jretna ,4 and Drawn Whole 1MB
job training in a Navy riling .
1121 West Jefferson plants), he adds.Good state regulations governing the Because this milting: wasn'ta 4.
native landscape material collection and use of native ,ipwlalty.Naval business meeting the business e. i
PAT THOMAS can be found In nearly all plants Some cannot be collected I training produce the wasn't carried on. ft Mw
sections of Florida As an example or sold, while others I power In sea power by supplying Mrs Shirley Clark gave an Interesting .
Dr. McElwee lists the cannot be hipped. In any case 1 qualified personnel to man the talk and showing of FRYERS Ca,.
INSURANCE. INC. following native plants that he the landowner's permission Is ships, aircraft and short station simple ways In make gift for *.
used In landscaping his own required to move native plants of today's Navy. the program. Sue Vlckers aim iMtU
.
home grounds in the Gainesville A copy of the regulations covering I save a demonstration on "Mud n ,run* \
area: Partridge berries usedas the collection of native Coast Guard In lI n.." r !"I'
a ground cover In dense plants can be obtained by writIng Mr. Sober adjourned the will
ihade, trumpet creeper usedto to the Stale Department of Need of meeting at t o'clock I ;aue
climb on tree trunk for Agriculture; Division of Plant Young Audrey Humphrey v n. 1
large bell-ahaped flowers in Industry; S e. g I e Building; reporter I IOi I b 29 i
summer and fall, Yaupon Gainesville, Florida.It Men 21 to 26 as.,
One Stop Means as an evergreen fruiting screen INCYCMB SFWIt1R 1 o t
must also be rememberedthat The United State CoastGuard Rims I i .
plant, and gallberry a* a 'e.e
Complete Service care must be exercised In Officer Candidate' School The Quincy Senior 4.11 Club
low-facing plant In the front of I
border digging a plant to retain as In Yorktown Virginia!! !I. cur- In the auditorium Iecem- A:U
DIAL 627.7151 berries and Native oakleaf azaleas, blue much of the root system as pos really seeking applications from :ber.t.tI Delnre' called the meet-I I: t ;".
. used In hydrangeawere II ble. The roots should be protected young men between the ages of Ing to order Paulette Davis Homemade Pork PanSAUSAGE Fresh Killed Pork
In
masses the border '
1'1
with wet burlap or some 21 and
28 who have earned a i read In the Bible, Nancy Par-
for
QUINCY I I flower effect, while other material during the time college degree and wish to fulfill ;ramore led the allegiance to the
I French_ mulberry, strawberry! the plant la being moved, so their military obligation a 1 American flag Thercsla Jordan I*
1 that the very fine feeder roots an officer The February 19114 led the allegiance to the ..11 .
do not dry out. The top of the class at Yorktown Is 17 weeks flag. Mrs. Clark gave u* the STEAKSS
NEED A GOOD PLUMBERIN II plant should be pruned and of Instruction. After graduationyou new calendar and then w* wrote \'
thinned to reduce the number receive> a reaerve commission a letter ,
A BIG HURRY thank-you to Mr C U oo
of branches and leaves Such and serve S year active Shelter tor the 4-H calendar. S IS
AT REASONABLE COST? pruning la needed to limit the duty. Further Information can Mr*. Clark showed u. something 4 ib<. J ib.39 3/bs./ SI r
i amount of moisture lost from he obtained by wrlllnf CoastGuard that we could make for
o I the plant during transplanting. Miami 32, Florid. Christina
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or want to contract Bratcher reporter I I
I Mrs. Joseph WoodsonAt ._
a big or little Job $100 JACKPOT WINNER
In Orlando Fort EustisFort
THEN DIAL 827-8K66 Dies INSECTICIDESSOIL $100 JACKPOT fro

I ., Va. IM Joseph r'
24 HOUR SiHVlCEJ:: Mrs Mamie Makala' Bratcher, R. Woodmn, son of Mr and FUMIGANTS I"t.Ie;. toil
73, 44J8 Smithmore Drive, Orlando Mrs Joseph F. Wondaoit, who PLUS
died Friday live at 729 S. Adams St, Quincy WEED KILLERS
MOODY PLUMBING COMPANY 8h. was born In Quincy and ria.. completed a 13-week
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moved to Orlando In 1922 where airplane repair course at the 5 BONUS I I.i.

1927 Mainline Drive the was a practical nurse, member Army Transportation School
of Conway Baptist Church, Fort Eustla, Va., Dec. II SOUTHERNCHEMICALS
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QUINCY. FLORIDA first president on W.M.U of the During the course Woodsonwas WINNERS
'Plnecaatle Baptist Church and trained to repair aircraft ..i..
Next Door to B&H Construction Company past teacher of the T.E.U Sunday engine and allied equipmentused I
School class. on Army aircraft.

I Survivors are three sons, Lester Woodson entered the Army In Sales & ServiceInc. Last WttV'i I
Bratcher HunUvllle, Als, June of this year and completed + Bonus Winners

TIME TO WE HAVE 'Albert Bralcher, Orlando, Ernest basic training at Fort Jackson *
Bratcher, Orlando; two S. C. .
Devoe Paints daughter, Mrs Clinton E. Van The U-year-oU soldier Is t Henry James Cannon
Crane Plumbing Fixture Nest Jr., Orlando, Mrs flair IL 1663 graduate of Qulrwy High Aq? ,
Complete Line ef Wyatt, Burley, Idaho; brother. School. Box 3. Ph. MA 7-6101 Rose Lee Frison

Building Materials. W. B. Richards, Quincy, sister, --- I I
.( Alee Aluminum BootingGalvaslsed Mrs. Lorena Dean, Quincy, six Major Retires I QUINCY FLORIDA l+ J. Love Hutchinson
Roofing fc biding grandsons and five granddaught
llouseware k Glfta' w
era Willie Mae Well
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Carey Asphalt Rooflag I Mrs. Bratcher has many niece From USAF I JACK STAFFORD recelres $100 Jackpot r
Gold Bend Sbeetrock
and Gypsum Productshportlni and nephews and other relatives u. 8. Air Force Academy, Check 'from Jitney Juno Ann Hodges ...
REMODEL In Jacksonville. Tallahassee Colo. Major James J. V.s'sells SEPTIC TANK
Goods k Farm Supplies H. C.
Quincy, Pin Grove Com Manager Klngry
of Shawnee .
BUILD I Plus Hundreds of Other Items) Gkl* has retired SERVICEVACUUM f
,munlty Providence Community from the United Blatci
BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. and Gadsden County. Some Air Force after more thai 21 Chocolate. Banana. CoconutJUMBO
near relative of Jacksonville year of active duly.Major I
11 NORTH M4DISOM: STREET QUNCT attended the funeral and burial Ves'sells, son of Mr
aenrlce In Orlando Grace Smith of 230 8. Dixon Boxes

Ave. Shawnee, wa assistant' dI- "'LJ PIES 3 sro l
t
rector to the Candidate Advisory l2
yO .. Service! here prior to his
,. retirement

CHANDLER'SDRIVE The major, I graduate of
Shawnee High School, received
his B 8. decree from Sophie French' See AllRICE

:fF University, Tokyo, Japin lie CLEANED
wa commissioned In April 1M1!

: IN through. the aviation cadet pro.gram REPAIRED MUSTARD .

Major Vtt'tell flew combat
missions from !Sardinia. and was I 827-8403 ,
lead bombardier In B-M Mar.
tin Marauders In the Medltrr.ranein $100 \ ,
area where- he wa cred. Mgbts27.111 1 14 Lb. 29 3380,.

I lied with W combat mission Jar | a

i Among the Bujofi dew QUINCYVAULT -
lion are the Air Medal with
fe 'six Oak Leaf Cluster, the Air CO. i

Fore Commendation Medal and Chef' BoyarDeeSPAGHETTI
tile Army CoflimrndaUm Medal VAULTS MONUMENTS
Me atao served oversees tow ID
Turkey) and Japan. MAmUNt DRIVE

C Ilk dark wile of I Havana.* the former Rise QUINCY & MEAT BALLS 3'83 [ _


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Jitney fungi.SALAD I.
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OPEN 7 DAYS Iwn Modem Beautiful Economical
Cef thr T CM _. DRESSING : 39
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Special Service Window toe Colored oFreock A DOHA AND A DaD IS ALL YOU NOD
roc otouj TO
MON. THUR& II A.M. to 11 Mt

FBI. SAT11 AX. to 12 MldnUjhl PAYMENTS lOWEB THAN RENT! School SUeAPPLES Local Sweet lo

HAMBURGERS ISo

c1fELSz3uR EBs Io 'e
I'627-74241 ChooM from Over 21 Arallable Plans
FiU* 12e MID: Shake Me

: Qoc. Straw. Yam POTATOESad

Writ. Com By or Call 827-6297
East Jefferson Across from Monroe'sNO

I ORDER TOO LARGE Modern Homes Construction Co. 4 131cp 35c lb. 10eu


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a New Year's to coots despite ons which were available at|
GADSDEN COUNTY TlMbS::; POWER STRETCH many these worries.Ltmar most reasonable prices. It 1 u
THE memories like that which
AMERICAN WAY cause
and continuing Shock Absorber Research
visitors to want to return
TUX CHATTAHOOCHIE TRIBUNX: SEES aimed at paving the way and
them to tell
Published each Thursday at IS 8. Madison Street for s manned Uniting on the about encourage ItTourism other
1 In the latter part of this r .. t,
moon
A Jok N. r.rry Newspaper and citrus are ,.,
PASlnrl. decade Is busliy tackling s score of the biggest assets to Florida ,
ESTABLISHED Ml i X Insure
J of technics challenges to
One i1h4M[ economy. When we prom ''I Quincy florid the venture's success.
I citrus and offer It to the pUw.t

I ...... "V.. SS.... KH< ml Qulnnf fUXtlei I ticklish thy Impact area concerns on landing handlingof on J eNArocg! Gt s slr a fair price we make last.vg
impressions that bring thetors ,.
',. a surface about which
On. Year M 00 Two Tears '5 to Sli Monthi tl 76 man \ t t back and cause them u (e
f! knows relatively little 'tar mure citrus In their home n ',.
J. U BntchlBMB ? .._ Pdt/i. Currently scientists of The r t us. Hotels and restaurants

I 0p Carman _____________ Adver'.Og ad New.'d 'I I. 1 4 Bend Bendlx Ind.Corporation are studying: In s shock-South rf11y.47rr c t r 3 =t Cnct In goodwill the forefront ambassadors as Flon..ndclop.r.t1n1 ''it,

absorbing system to permit s 1 n'a with the fit, ,,
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I 'soft landing. The problem Fce leN Commission: In this worth I.proK.m i I.
the system must be able to tD
they tan do s trerr, ,.
NATIONAL EDITORIAL soften the landing shock, but tr, dous job for Florida and pie
at the same time not contribute their guests at the .*
/ LESS same tl-
IAS C8T/tN rebound that would make the .r The more citrus we us it
moon vehicle "bounce" too highIn
home, the homes
more
o c throu /K.
cM3 a the light gravity of the moon. out the nation will use citrus;
Under s contract from the
: !; '4 ON .1tey National Aeronautics and Space rEr WPfId Wachee Is ,visited

Administration, scientists of the. ? clan of sea gulls each Not'em.a
Bendlx Products Aerospace dl
ber. The gulls itpend ih.-
Art Gallery Plan Is Worthwhile vision are testing crud able entire "winter vacation" at ,n
aluminum honeycomb structures Week Wacbee beach and !
'.e
: A few Tallahassee armed with under various environmental turn to their North Dakota
home
people, only a good 0yttic, .y conditions they expect the on April 17.
idea and an ambitious goal, are currently spearheading .1 $ spacecraft would encounter

a drive to raise money for opening d an art gallery. This epan-minded company also Open t'door to opportunity
# Sl plans to build s new testing
They are members of the LeMoyne Art Foundation, *: I device that will permit obi'r- for porting handicapped local people by sup

Inc., a non profit group dedicated only to "answering Tal ,C vstlon of the material under Goodwill your Industries. non/ollt

laha....'. Cultural Challenge." % vacuum conditions In tempera. 1-41w-- 'ij. y
4 Tff turn ranging from minus 280 ,.
: foundation has made lease the ENTERPRISE degrees to plus 300 degreesFahrenheit Thtrt'i no place like home
The to )
arrangements
:1 MPLOYMENT SER111 ES ( ). /) J
former Deeb home on Calhoun Street, just off Monroe Work on the shockabsorbingsystem .. pair

Street, and establish a museum and selling gallery for falls under one of a The
Are On!
a People Catching
number of contracts held by
J local artists. There is at present no such gallery closer Picturestad
Bcndlx for research In the
spare
I than Atlanta, Si Petersburg Jacksonville or Mobile exploration field

Alabama. QUINCY A Glowing Forecast The they have In dally use to Walter no time like
I top executive OL one of the na-I Page, Florida Citrus Commission NOW for t newAtari
.; Tallahassee U unique in that it has two fine universities ton's best known retailing organizations Lakeland Florid. They FLASH ttmtrtBROWNIE
CALENDAR OF EVENTSA looks to 1984 ss a eJLocaltt must be received by January 2,
both with good art schools one of which 1s nationally 19fi4.
strong :year for the economy -I
Yet there is local market for
recognized no moat restaurants
Service and for his own business II II While serve,
their work no local showplace of any size for themto Community by the I g"ju6nt66 citrus fruit or Juice on their, '-
well.The continued high level 01 breakfast menus, they can be I SiIPERU
their work.
display Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 827-8516
confidence In the structure 01 used In many other tasty dlahesIn

The Art Foundation stands to fill our nation's free enterprise preparing salads, desserts,
LeMoyne ready Calendar is based on information reported by club system, which has been demonstrated Hatch meat, fish and fowl. y A

this gap. All it needs is you- help. A director has e* secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding by business snd consumers An example Is found In such .. .
pressed a willingness to take the lob. There are a mini' publication. In recent weeks, should Much has been Mid about menu Items now being offered "
move the economy ahead to an the commercialization of Christmf ss grapefruit sherbet, fish and i
mum of 3S artists In Tallahassee who need a showplace. ,
Thursday, January 2- Canning Center, 8 S; Alcoholics! even stronger position In 1M4," probably too much.It fowl garnished with citrus sections
Many more, unknown at present, are undoubtedly according to Robert C. Kirk. U true Out retailers make combination shrimp and
watching with InterestIn Anonymous and Al-anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St wood president of the F. W extra Income during the Christmas ,grapefruit salad and others
Paul's Parish House; Florida Stat. Employment Serr- Woolworth Co. "'lOn. But It is also true Ham garnished with grapefruit

addition, the Foundation proposes to present educational Ice, 9 3, S. Roberts Street; Men's League Basket The management at F. W that the extra Income Involve 8f"ctloDilnst.ld of the traditionsi Suf c/t27
Woolworth Co. Is optimistic deal of extra work, sacrlflce -
treat
s pineapple Is
proving
programs for adults and students. It would ballHydro Gas vs. Shell Oilers, 7 p.m. and Craig about the coming year," he lays. and financial risk. popular. very OUTFIT

serve as a center and clearing house for all activity devoted Oil vs. Manning Taylor, 8:30: p.m., High School gym. "snd the company plant to lake ThoM who worry shout commerclalizatlon The millions of tourists who I

to the visual arts In the cultural life. In time, it full advantage of the nation's fall to point to visit Florida annually naturally Ultramodern camera
Woman's Club 11 rising economy and continue Itsxpsnslon specific wrongs. If the lavish to find
Friday, January 3Junior a.m. expect good quality citrus
also hopes to be able to provide scholarships and loan Woman's Club House Shrine Club, 7:30 Kit- program. exchange of material things U offered st reasonable prices in a complete outfit
funds for worthy and needy art students. : p.m. Mr. Ktrkwood notes that the wrong then the fabled Wise and the more varieties In which need
trell's Restaurant; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12 noon confidence his company has In! Men of the East committed the It Is offered the better. Everything yo to take
The foundation officials estimate their minimal operational ; Post Otfice; Canning Center 8 5. the current strength. of the lint commercialisation. : Not only should we nuke citrus _look"plholl. Indoors or cull'"Ne,,
Brownie 27
economy Is Illustrated br lie The Christmas season la not available but at a price that Super Canutehei
costs for the first year at $10,000 to $12,000. This continued of watte. The bulk of ''I. lure-grip shape for blur.'",
Monday January 6- IClwanls Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson expansion In 1983. In a time reasonsble. While citrus has
would be used largely for a director's salary, $7,500 a addition to the acquisition of Christmas shopping Involve the been costly because of last pictures. Open the flash cow
House; American Legion, John W. Shaw Post B(, Kinney Shoe of useful Items. Often payment, end 'the 'auto.M",
year, and rent, $900 a year. It would be raised from Corp., which enabled purchase year's freeie It may still be obtained
8 p.m., American Legion Home; Masonic Lodge, Woolworth's to diversify the buying of needs long postponed at s price that will permit shutter (Is set for Sash close ill
fees.
membership Gadsden Chap. No. 30, RAM. TaLMar-Quin Coun- without altering Its traditions'refilling to coincide with the Ma eating establishments to offer and you're ready for outdoor
character, the it In one form or another thoti. luill.ln10.." fail' fib
company at
An art gallery1 Tallahassee will be a distinct asset cil 23 8 Masonic Building Social Security Representative son.Retail .
p.m., ; opened three new Woolen advertising In newspapers a realistic price. When citrus lent, fiV.s slides and! snapi.
and one that is now lacking to Florida's Capital 9:30: a.m., Court Room Courthouse; Boy Department Stores, 39 new variety Is testimony that Christmas Is offered with s price tag of

City and the surrounding areas both in the Big Bend and Scout Troop 230, 7:30 p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop stores Including Wool- shopping Involves little waits, 40c a half grapefruit It helps At far
household
worth largest store, la Denver. I Clothing appliances neither the restaurant nor the
In South Georgia.International. 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church; Chamber of Also. 99 atom were enlargedor foods automobiles, home accessories state. We would find It profitable ;,21.50
Commerce Breakfast 7:01 0 7:58: a.m., Board Room. refurbished In the past year and recreation' equipment to offer good quality fruit
Concerning the general econ are the most widely advertised st cost from s goodwill stand

Printing WeekThere Tuesday, January 7- Canning Center 8 -5; Rotary Club, omy "Increasing personal Incomes goods.If point.
combined with the possibility there Is any "wade" In I know how our visitors. react CROUCH'SREXALL
1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board meeting, of s tax cut, should Christmas spending It must be and I recall the pleasure I
Is a very great deal that Is not known, or is 8 p.m.; Lions Club. 7 p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant; Junior place the consumer In s strong accorded to the expendituresfor enjoyed In finding fresh local DRUGS

largely made up oi surmise based upon shadowy rec. Boys' Ba.1relballWarrior. vs. Celtics, 4:15: p.m. position to buy the goods and ornaments and children's fruits on the menu while visit-
crrds. about the life and work d Johann Gutenberg But services that can assure our economic toys But neither children nor log Oregon. I can still taste, Quincy, Florida
5
and Lakers Hawks
vs. p.m. those who enjoy s respite of those delicious berries
and
well-being Mr. mel
Kirk'
It U generally held that be, more than any other man,, wood addsThings galetly consider such costs s

Invented the art of printing. His great Innovation was Wednesday, January 8Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m., Post To Come For that waste.Is ,

to Introduce movable type and, primitive as were the Office; Jaycees, 12 noon Kittrell's Restaurant: Exchange authentic look of old-faibloned beauty and happiness of:i
children
materialistic
methods of his time, which was the middle of the 15th Club 1 p.m.. Jefferson House; Army Recruiter planking, a Pennsylvania make. elilliattonr eonumr %
of building materials has developed
century, this was the foundation that was essential to 9 a.m., Post Office. s new flooring having Since the dawn of history religious j
holidays have been observed -
making the printed word the almost unbelievable force Thursday, January'9- Canning Center 8.5; Alcoholics simulated hardwood: veneer the wooden and showing pegs. by s brief flaunting of
that it has become. material wealth.In .
Anonymous Al-anon Family Group 8 p.m., St spiced st random Intervals our economy of overabundance *
Paul's Parish House Florida State Employment Serv A new table-top game tests thplayers'
Now, during the January 12 through 18 period we ; and under-eonsump-
8 3 S. Roberts Street Men's League Basketball knowledge! of the various tlon, whines of "commerciali
will once again observe International Printing Week. ice. 0 ; states; the contestants answer _
And It would be difficult Indeed to think of an observance Manning Taylor vs. Shell OIL 7 p.m., Quincy questions about state nicknames zation". seen grossly Inappropriate. KNOW "

I that is more deserving of world honor. It is print High School Gym; Craig Oil Co. vs. Hydro Gas flower, and their the capitals like. stat

in books newspapers, magazines, pamphlets and leaflets 8:30: p.m., Quincy High School Gym. Private Submarines Although TOO LATE bttoteyoufo

of limitless variety that brings to us the wise 5 Pilot Club the layman would assume
Friday January 10- Canning Center, 8 ; that all submsrie vessel TO CLASSIFY THE
LOOK IN
words of the past and present, that bring entertainment 1 p.m.. Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter, J 0 12, are built for the Navy and constructed i

and knowledge, that tells of the thousand and one things Post Office.Monday. In lan.e; government By Rsssell KayIt
we want and need to know. Its power is universal; U is or private shlwarda, such II YELLOW PAGES
not entirely the fI... Severs Is to note ..tat '
gratifying
at the very heart of Civilisation. January 13- IClwanls Club 1 p.m.. Jefferson companies have gone Into the the Florida Citrus Commissionis :

House; Eastern: Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social business of building small, spe giving some attention to the FIRST
And it evil there is doubt of that
bring no
can -
cial-purpose subs for Industrial
Security Representative, 9:30: a.m.. Court Room promotion of greater use of
The fanatic and the fool and the brute have access to and even pleasure use. Laylnunderwater Florida citrus fruit within the
Court House Boy Scout Troop 203 7:30 p.m.. Scout
the printed word too, and often make the most of it In ; pipeline and com state
Hut: ; Girl Scout Troop 149 4 p.mFirst Presbyterian munlcatlona cables can be facilitated With the cooperation of the Let your finftndo the walking
Itself in what it It is neither bad. It
good nor when
may say Church Chamber of Commerce Breakfast 7:01 0 s sub Is st the Florida Restaurant Association
can b. either. The human mind and heart must make thecholt'e :; pot. And sub builders slso the Commtnton Is urging eating -
7:58 a.m., Board Room. think there's s market for anderwst.r establishments to help bring
between the two, and the decisions that may
etght-seelngs subs to the attention of their patronsthe
follow.In; Tuesday, January 14- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary One builder now his s mode advantages and Importanceof

Club, I p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge 8 p.m. costing $29,600 not costly citrus In their diet and tempt
any event, the world salutes printing as an art compared to military types. them with a variety of dishes In
Masonic Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers, Bits O Business Ante ; Your best tip for shopping trip
a craft, a power that has no superior that is as unique manufacturers which citrus Is need. any
7:30 p.m., Shadow Street:; Junior Boys Basketball are greeting the New The commission has establish
as II Is irreplaceable. May more wise and kindly and Year In let the Yellow find what want
s generally optimistic Pates help you
{ Warriors vs. Lakers, 4.15: p.m.; Celtics vs. Hawks ed an annual Golden OraneeAward yon
creative words find their way Into print as time wears mood; one top executive think to be presented to the
5 p.m.Wdneed total Industry sales will hold restaurant which baa done the
on and fewer, far fewer, of the other kind.
,.
very close to the tout / i 6 most to citrus is ersee
regularly promote
", Tanunrv IS- Navy Recruiter.' 10:30: a.m. million plus of IMS A sim by featuring s variety of e.
The Record SpeaksThe -P-t-om 7; Jaycees 12 noon: Kittrell's; Restaurant; liar mote Is sounded for thesteel citrus dishes en their dally ';;Y.J

Exchange Club. 1 p.m.. Jefferson Runes; Gadsdea January Industry production, which eipecta menu Restaurants may enter
figures to aa many different menus ss
presidentelect of the American Medical Association County Hospital Auxiliary 10 a.m., Gadsden County Quincy Telephone Co
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Dr. Norman A. Welch, speaking la Portland, Oregon Hospital! Marine Recruiter, 10 a.m. Post Office. : rise from five to ten per cent LI.Sf-

where the House of Delegates of that vital organlatipn THOUGHT FOR THIS WEEK: Floor Covering over December 1tY.1a. I

I recently met, said that the profession far which It is said that our materialism shows at its worst In I
he faces the In Its That tsehsdisg. Fedee
speaks greatest danger history. the commerda-iation of Christmas. Perhaps some of
danger, to sum it up tersely, Is the possibility oi government but rather inlaid ..-.. rafeeea.e1yl .
the criticism is Justified! It is really superficialMost
domination of the healing 1 cabCounter
arts. people know in their hearts, even if they don't say I

Yet Dr. Welch U optimistic too be feels, far instance so, that they give gilts because they want to, because Top

that the Medicare scheme will not" be foisted their loved one are Just thatWall

upon the American people," for the simple reason that the Street Journal editorial Work

American public at large is against it Then he told of

some of the amazing achievements that can be chalkedup Behind the Scenes in Business. .i AB Tn.eExpert

to the credit of bee medicine as we know it in this SAFETY1.
i Installation
country. By Reyswlds Knliht I Quality dining places has rum'

In his words, the "dramatic story of the century" Is New York, Dfe. 30 Eateries ahead ft supply pushing the I I
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lengthening c< human life "There are 4.5 million ot all types from the hamburgeifl .1..110 a point where leaaffluent
dlg-' ettabliahmenta can'tafford ER-BIITCH
people alive today who would not have been 25 years dining room Street of to thee weal I highly qualified chef. SHE -

eg* For the first time in histcry life expectancy has exceeded hotel. are soplng more than' Over-ali, however, the out., J.::; J..M
look fur most eateries Is far,
the Biblical thiee score and ten." He stressed ever before ft* a record surge from gloomy e large number nOaAs

other striking facts among them that 80 per cent oi 01 hungry through free-spending the New tears patrons -expect- to. be- In busmen-for ?

the drugs commonly prescribed today were not even holiday sod thereafter. MINDED

known 10 years ago and that this country has developedmore Restaurant less thus operators have everthe NORTH FLORIDA GAS CORP. : ....'. ss safer .star ssr*aruuitWMarftessvisrhMst.
been prosperous
new drugs than all the rest of the world combined.The past few years for s varietyof

medicine reasons. One Is rising labor MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE GAS I < letI ftW_ SIt, ...
case against government-dominated costs, spurred by kMreaees to
of" socialised medicine, or whatever term one wants to the BUnimuaB m were. Another Is Gas Ranges Pretxrr It Better Ir1 M &W II sap. y.. si,.

apply to it is overwhelming. In England a nation manlike deeper eilJ snit state taxes. Water
On soother front sattonaUy HecrtersThennoladres
ours in tradition and attitude, as wen as language operating coopa-les Ia the motel

than any other the National Health Service for all the business, retailing and other -. & LEON FEDERAL SAVINGS
Dearborn Gas Heaters
high hopes held out for It. Is in deep trouble. The standards fields to have their been facilities adding-roe.taurants M 81 IB

of medical care under socialisation have, beyond the point where some areashae Norae Washers All IOU WOCIAtIOI ,:

question, declined and gravely so. Some believe that plea, In Happily effect.,,e there's restaurant bees Sun SM RCA Whirlpool Dryer -.:-.==.-=:.a..on..a \lJJ.lt

the system whose cost Incidentally has gone far beyond dro -oft of Bote !. total "..tRCA Whirlpool and as..a

the original estimates may ultimately collapse Ins au'" by Americans, who at- Narae BeMaeratars COOK WITH GAS
of its own dead weightThe curding to one eatlmate BOW

American medical fraternity, and all those as. spend sway bUUoe from boiftel ananally essnetls 24 HOUR DELIVERY TRUCX3 RADIO CQUSPrtO

soclated with tt and related to tt In advancing the healing As additional problem ta I 112 t WashlnafcM Street Outer-, Horlda I

arts, has a record a hard, factual record which has some parts of the Industry Itd..rtbri Telephone 6274034
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.-.. ... .. ... .v.... ..... ... father, Mr. I... Q. Fortton Birth Announcemea
Mr. and )1.... Hell Johnson Episcopal !
of Melbourne, are vliltlng his: Mr .ind Mn Wlllln

f IWOMEN'S PAGE brother In law and titter, Mi,, Lamar Parnmor anne no R.
I and Mri. CorteUe Edwards another < Church Notes birth of I baby girl, bon, '.:, '

nlitlvn.Mn. diy, December 16th n ,1'1t J 1.

.j" E. H. Routon and Mn teem 81. '.ul'. ihittew Memorlil !HOW,I

0 Persons boring Items ol soda) nature at. urgexl to coD James Johnion wr guests a.1I She was named Cynthia C
bridge luncheon ..t.h.. home> This Sunday, In addition to and weighed liven pound
1 Mr*. May S. Richaidawn at MAIn 7-8503 of Mn M. W, Miller la Havana being the 2nd Sunday after two and one-half OUnces l t

Tuesday The party Wit given bat a brother Bill! jr
w_ Christmas It alto the Eve of
nnunMen month
for the hostess litter, Mn. Cullen

nOD and Cathy, Tallinn; Mr. Competes of nuts and fruit balL 5 Of Wedding of Tiviret.Mn. the Epiphany eommemoritlng, the tradition the man Mri Parramon i U I mi tory: l

and Mri. Ralph McKlnnon, Jim. wen also on the tible. Tb A. Ehrat. of Zurich, Swltlerland feast Martha Davldion
ml* ind Judy, Melbourne: H. 1. : Party Entertained I. .!tIn, her ion la Ifeititlon of our Lord ai the Maternal grind pan".m,
McKlnnon, Knoxvllle, Term: buffet featured a Delia Robb law and daughter, Mr. and MnE. Beviesof mankind At hn Mr and Mn. A. W )? j''
Mn. H. W, Minor, Hank, Randy spray with guild ed fruit pre. Douglas Owens entertained I Bletenholt and family been oir cuitom, the Episcopal' Sr., and paternal IraMp'rt'
and Cay of Valdoita Ot; dominating tied with a iwi I the men attendants and out tli: Mill Ruby Bill ha* returnee Young ohurchmen will be par art Mr. and hits, Eudrt''! Part H

Mr. and Mrs Paul Langato, of gold metallic ribbon town visitors her for the Ow. to ThomitvlUe, Gi., after tlclpatlng the Flirt of LlgKtiit nor*. Great grindpirtrAirman ,:
Mao and Frink Havana; Mind .' ,. eni-HU wedding at the Jeffer pending th* hollnajt with Mr the evening service, beflnntng <. Mr. and bira. Fred P.rrlDOt
In the din there were earth ton House Saturday noon. : it 7 m. The service willit. al01\ !
Mm. L. O. McKlnnon end and Mri J. B. Ball Jr. and MnJ p' : Quincym
Norris, Greenville, All; Mr. and enwir crocks holding natlv I Twelve! guests enjoyed thIs I B. Ball, Br. MMrked by the reading olbe

Mr, Glllll McKlnnon, Atlanta, greenery and nd polntettli. nice "Get Together" while the Mr. and hire Larry McNeil! Epiphany story, (the com.
and M ladle attended the Bridesmaid log of the mign, by the procession Butlers
Oi.: Mr. Mri Wesley A wicker biiket of greenery, and daughter Julia have returned .
barley Tallahaa Mr, and luncheon, of the three kings to
; ifteltpendlng
8. C.
red to Columbia, ,
candles and Chlnete hoi
the manger, end by the candle Reassigned
hire David Powell Tallahu; rf tIme holidays with her
Mri. Richard Rhyme, QrovelandHv ; wu on the mantel completln f parent, Mr. and Air*. R. D lighting ceremony In which the
the devontloni In this room. I whole congregation Joint, and
and Mn. L. E. Porter and Lackland
Woodward Jr. AFB
Forty-five of the honorree I by the singing of the belt of the Ten ,I,
Mary Jint, Blountttown; Mr. perd'Jna Mr. and Mri. Morrli Peter mitt Robert E. Butler
antI Mri. Leo Andrew. DeFunk friends called during the appointed ': and Chrlit-, Epiphany hymnt. Title li one ol Mr. and Mri lOt
spent :
family B.
ton
Butler
: bourn and from tber and deeply nt
richly
SprIngs; Miss Jo LangttoGilnetvllle I the moat iynv
relitlve Patton St.
In Malone with ,
Qulncy
Gi.i Mr. and Mrs.Won. went to the dance at the Sa mu boils of the Cnurch't obiervino.ii libita, .,
J. Kurcwtci, Jr., Wllllim wano Country Club. Mn Pat Munro bit returns Mr. anJ Mn. Frank McCillof and It U our with that all assigned to Kieiler AFB u hl',
I burg Va.: Mr. and Mri. Charles from a visit In Atlanta with hereon Tallahassee vlilted their ion who participate In the cindle. ortechnlciltrilnlngn ,\"n'
In Uw and daughter Mr andMI'I. ed States Air Force
In Uw and daughter, Mr. radio ,
Joseph arid Charles Rock lull,. lighting may Indeed go forth
Tea Given For Winston McLendon and radar maintenance ,
and Mn. Randolph Thrower. "I.t their light M chine
S. C.: Mr. and hire David Stat.on and
Miss Rafillla Via Moi- Airman cniL
Steel of lone Butler who
Mr. and Mn Oliver ,
Chirlottetvllle, Vaj, Mr. among men that they miy see
calls of Puerto Rico also visitedthem In the AltTurn.
Miss Owens Rocky Ford, Colorado spent hw
and Mrs Claude Cantrtll Chit heir good works and glorify lr.
,, hit
anoogi, Tenn i Mr. ant1 Mn several days hire and wenliietti their Father, which U In Heav baafo fo completed hit tnt,: ,
of Mr. and Mn. W. D. Mn II. C. Munroe and mother military training her,
Walter B. Anderson, Bryan, Mitt en. The Feast of the Epiphany
Miry Mao Owens, what (Bill Monroe and Mri. Lee RMunro In. J. A. McCormai have re- The airman li a 1818
Gi itself Monday li a day ofmoral
Cody Laird on
Texas: Atlanta ; marriage wia an event of Sit
H Ivan Johnston, Pcniiooli: DanDerleg urdiy night wu the honoree II for Sunday dinner al turned from a visit In Jackson : i obligation I "t communl- of Qulncy High School'Top
home of the latter Mlu. with relaUvet.Mr. .
the
Pmtacola I ; Mr. antI Mri a beautiful seated tea Thurt inti of this Church, and M
Mr. and Mn. Perry Woodwardwere and Mn. Edgar Blake much ceremoiiui; ,
Charles Mynard, Tucker. Gi there art available to them two ,'
; day
afternoon when Mri. N. L.
Rev. and Mri. Ralph J hlcdaakul i: Wood berry and daughter Sunn In Byron Ca. Sunday to lid ai holiday guests their celebrations of the Holy Eucharit Ibuillim repuliet the Intel!
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i Climax Ga. and Mr. and Mn entertained for her at their attend the wedding of her daughters and fimlllei, Mr and the tint at T a m and the lent __ ___ ___.
brother Rod Scuddir and bliss In. Clifton Norman Jr. of
... second at S 10 Certainlyne '
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hI. Randall Klncild, BrIstol, Tenn home Holiday decoratlont ware
Martha Mills.James Ocala and Mr. and Mri. Joe
hour the other II
or eonenlint -
Kind LaVone Hall it Interest point Godwin of Leeiburg Cantey of Madison I
to moat people ,
Centering the dining I :
room
I bridesmaids Hit a recent guest of hit pir- '
Miss Marguerite Hendrli will Time bird rnrtnn'm
prtiMi 10 upon ui
lib!.
WM an outitindlng aringement -
Mac Owens And of cluateri of gold eats, Mr. and !Mr*. Van God return title week from a visit hit we ire obliged to move; U d Anuttofio

Miss Mary Luncheon Is grapes and gilded Invet. win.Mr.. and Mri. Bill Skinner and In Kingston Tenn., with her titter the monthly Vestry meeting
Mn. Ivan Henson and fam- forward a week to the night of
The hostesses the bride luim
ron
Hall Recite Vows I Event elect a ladle give In her illver children of Corpli Christie,, imnry 7th it ft pjn, and to iWsT5 '
Alfred La Vance Saturday envy Terse hive been vlittlng Mn. 117.Mr.
pattern. Lee R. White and Mn. James Mlh.tf. set the evtnlng of January 13thMonday oitha q.-\-:-
Among the 18 guests were Mr. and Mri James Welts ., were among those attending for the transaction
MAO Owina b. ?fn. Jimti Johnson bar the mother, Mri. Douglas Oweni the ,.m. In Jickionvllle i balance cf the business of '
Mill Miry embroidered lace on the bodice Mn. Evelyn Bitionind spent the holidays In Perry with ,
daughter
earn the brldi of Alfred La- and front panel of the iklrt It Mri. W. M. Inmin enter- and grandmother, Mr*. L, GitcKlnnon. their ion and daughter In law, Saturday the Meeting Congregation'. W are Annual that Ito --

Vance HaU Saturday night, D. wu fashioned with a scoop tamed with i Bridesmaids I Mr. and Mn. Eugene Watts and Miss Jan Mon of Loulivlll\ is rushed*, but th lorry* deadlines!
thirty neckline elbow length tleevei' family ICy t I. visiting her aunt MnF. .
tember 28lh it urven luncheon Saturday it one Dtocet In
Presbyterian and bow the back of Mr. and Mrs H. 1.. Rlitler W. Whittle and lit by the pnp.r'.1 t
o'clock In the First i flat at o'clock In honor of Mill Miry Open House At family. ,tlon for th. Annual Council
lii thedaughter ind Henry and Roger of Mr. and Mrs I
Church The bride the waltt. The iklrt was a lilac Owen sons Dewltt Owens snake It mandatory to have this
of Mr. end Mn. John modified bell lln* extending West Palm Beach spent the Jr. and children' hive returnedto
'Douglu Owens of Quinn and Into I chapel train The The dining table, which wncovirtd Thomas Home weekend with her brother In their home In Charlotte, N meeting on hl'w1r: lateit potbl -i 1i
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white date the gift of
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the bridegroom li the ion of shoulder length' veil of illusion by a cutwork I law and sister Mr. and Mn C., after visiting hit mother,; and imall veitmentto I ,
Mri. Thomii Obra lull of Chittanoogi fell from a rote satin pointed cloth wu cantered by in arrangement : Mr. and Mrs C. W. Thomas James WitU. Mn. Dewitt Oweni. come new I!
through the
Term and the late pillboi trimmed with matching ind of whit cimilllu.I gladi, atockmumi Place, Jr and their ion and daughter Miss l Margaret Thomas, Lt, Mr. and Mn. Cecil Bean and the Pariah of the Episcopal Young ginroilty I Of MCXICO! ,CURING: THf
Rev. helL embroidered lsc. She carrieda In Uw Mr. end hIre Taylor Din Rerleg and Lt Ivan John- laughter Nancy were recent Churchmen of LAI OtC&DA W.IT POTATO
a new court
of brldil deilgn I
cards were Mien Ron of Naval Air Station returned trillion In
and Tallahassee
whit and
accented bouquet of cones ranthim daughter with hit
Cathedral cindlei and will WA b ATTACHED TO
acolyte server training : THE
HEAD Ail.1KATVEKTFCH
The buffet WH highlighted by
formed itephmotl In a caicade irnngemcmt. Margaret Thomas entertained to Pinucola Monday mother, Mn. C. N. Bean,
with peirllted grapes i pair of branched silver with house Saturday evnlng They wer guests of Mitt Tho"",- b. undertaken shortly Our I !
r.kclm.llllt. : Open Mri. O. J.
: Clayton had her
for prle-dleu
a at I
Service,
the background Healing ordinarily tenuled *-
delabra with I noiigayt o( ..' tUIU(
covered with imill whit flower The brIdal mother those for at the horn of the former parents, Mr and Mri. C. W.. bad her granddaughter Mill I for the first Sunday evnlng TRP4I!"
her diughter'i wedding, a.treet Mirgaret'i guests called Thomas, Jr., and were attendants Ann Adams
and ribbon, of New York. of the month will thIsmonth ,
Irli*, r u:1: length dress of American I Th.glidt living, pink room cimeillii featuredwhite and from B to S o'clock and the other In the Uwini-Hill wedding Tommy. Hint hn returned to b* held on the second I I
Beauty red chiffon with a two couplet from 8 to 7:Soclock. Saturday evening.Mr. Los
the background Fim- Angeles following a visit Sunday at the usual hour due
completed in
I effective .
pink roiei irringe- ,
and Yuletldeecoritlont and Mn. Elliott Whitehunt
nedkllne Traditional
fly *pews tatln": bton':' ddm withwhit short gently ileevet.scooped Th. bridegroom'smother menu The at hostesses points of presented Interest the were ai focal polntiiroughout Jr., and family of WlHlt- Thomas with hit Mine parent, Mr. and Mn to of precedence Lights: given Time Woman the Feast oflbs FAST

Rev.' Ralph McCiakUl 01. wore a steel length the home, ton plan to spend the weekendhere John W. Church will meet next Monty FRIENDLY
Th* Gcphirt Jr., ttu
honoree linen n a memento of
Inthe with her Mr. and
of blue brocaded taffetawith Refreshment tables were parent,
Dilated it the cenmony. Mn.Huitnn dnti this delightful pirtr. dent it Augusta Military Ae'ndonly evening it 8 pm. In the SERVICE
and In thereakfatt !Mri Otho EdwardiMr.
neckline and Florida room
Rogeri wit orginltt and tcilloped On this occasion the bride Fort Defiance, Vi, spent mme of Mri. Bin Boitick ,
and Mn. Idui
Dromon Malney Jr. short ileevei.The room then were trays Spoonerof Please ttlll need firewood ALWAYS.
we
the Rev. the holidays with hit mother.Mn. I
elect her attendants
five per- houVdiyi
MnL. of t hon d' Ky. the
bride i grandmother, oeuvres.The Marry spent
vocal soloist for the Pariah hearth In I lot
was lonil glfu. Kenneth Harmon visited I
O. McKlnnon. wore a itriellength main party table wu In with her grandmother
The bride, who wu given In Twenty-two gueiti enjoyed her ton and daughter In toot length Th night and diy I
brocaded Uw
dress of crepe the dining room. All the *p- Mri. W W. Maiiey. who alto li
depository I I. to be found beside -
marriage by her father wore i this three luncheon. Mr. and Mn. Kenneth
course Harmon
1 In soft ahadri of blue wlntmentt wn In silver hid ai guilt Rlchird Pewereof W
the kitchen used
formal gown of ross i.tln with and family t 8. steps *
Bridal attendant were hIlts blending with the handsome Oweniboro, Ky. ocIImr. to here oil heat but time an
Sue Anne Owens, staler of the Dinner Party At white and silver centerpiece Mn. T. J. Birwlck of Jacksonville C. She the NidHlntona bad and are becoming I more F. P.
Mason Music bride, mild of honor; Mill Carole Coffee was Mrved from the tiler spent the holldiyi with there nd :reactionary. What were May

Hall iliter of the groom, lervlce.Approximately. her brother In Uw and titter, MU Beverly Oiphirt really laying it that fin-
COMPANY Mn. Wm. J. Kucewlci, Jr., Jefferson House 100 frlendi Mr. anti Mn Harry Andenon.Mr Cadet John O. Zlerdt of W'a places and open fires ire grail, Drug Co.
couiln of the bride, Miss CsyMinor called during the appointed and Mn. Charles Cook Point who hit been visiting and If you bring ui the wood
14 L Washington Street couiln of the bride and Mn. Thomas O. Hall entertained hours. and children of Panama City the Orphan ten left Monday we will be grate-full, and you Phone 627-7601

FRANCHISE DEALER Me,. Divld Staton. They woreemerald with I dinner party Friday visited Mr. and Sirs ErnestBailey for Hunttviii, Ala to visit nil will hive our hearth .felt Quincy Fla.
\, green iitln street night it the Jefferson House during the holldayi.Mn. parent, General and Mrs John thanks! I
lor length, d....... featuring cap Houae preceding rehearsal of Open I Oscar Miy, Mr. and MriH. Zlirdt i

ileevei sad scoop neckllnei the wadding of her ion, A. L. I H. Mallard of Miacott and Mr. and Mn. L I. Tixidi I
Wlnt PIANOSThomal The fullness of the bell limped Hall and Miss Miry Mao Owini Honors Couple Mr*. T. D. Woodbery are ipend. and daughter Judy of Oilnttvlll HINTS TO
: skirts wu swept to the back White looms sod wedding bells lug a while at Emerald Cnet were holiday gutiti of
In IOn pleat. They curlednoiegayi formed the center piece. Mums Mri John W. Oephart enter- Mr. and Mn. Lenten Rlchardion her iliten, Mn. Ray Letter HOMEMAKERS
Conn ORGANS of red carnation with and glad were at other points 'lamed Friday night with Open will join them for a abort visit and bliss Sue Milon Birnett.

.., lighted cindlea. Walter 8. An- of interest In the room. lIoule In honor of her daughterBeverly before they ntura. Scott Gregory, student at the
Opec Man. Tuet* Wed. TeL: demon served at best man. The 38 guests Included the who li a student at Mr. and Men J. T. Nelson hid University of Virginia Medical By Marjorl B. Gregory !

I to I ,..... All Pay Bit Ushers wer Cody Laird Ivan wedding party,family and out of hlpoli Junior College, Mariana ii holiday guests, Mr. and Mn School spirit' the holidiyt with Dense Denenilntle Agent HN W Year

Johnson and Dan Derleg.Mr town visitorsLuncheon and Cadet John G. Zierdt, Stuart Southard and ton of his parent, hi:, and Mn. Hir- HOW TO REMOVE FOOD
*. C. O. Johnson directed -- Jr., of the U. S. Military Academy Wilt Film Beach Mr. and Mn bert Gregory POTS FROM CARPETS

r the wedding. For Went Point. A holiday Glen Wilson and children of Duncan Fletcher, wbo I It .- Around the holidays, food
enter.tamed Jacktonvlll and Mr. and Mn
feuctl brlde'i
The pirentt and
red
and Iheme of green was and bevengi ipllli threaten tomar
: honed with the Cont Guard at
In Felowthlp Stuart Nelson and Km of Panama
with a reception used the A -
JI throughout houie .
carpet and ru,.. Howevr
Cap May N. spent the JirJI-
,
lieU of the ehurth.Gue.l. Miss Owens City. / your
lighted tree
gaily highlighted the damage need
not be
days with ftmJly the Hal
Mr. and Mr. Woodrow Me- ,
greeted it the door
were one corner of the living room. p rmanc.n at r_ act promptly Celebration
Kitchen.
about by Mr. and Mn. Paul Lingiton Covering the refreshment Phinon had ai guests duringthe :-.i -.ie the right flnt-Ud
Mrs Hal Fletcher and diughtir trtat-
holidays their ion In law Mr. and Mrt Randall Kin-
antI Introduced to the receiving table wu a colorful holiday m.nt.
!Mri R. R. Klncild Jr., entertained and daughter Mr. and Mri. EH. Jr. have returned t* BrU- Clothes
I" line by Sir and Mrs Frank : with a on. o'clork cloth A crystal punch bowl ::LdV ; Then* are two simply, In...
hoi-
Smith. surrounded by greenery and red Bedenbiugb and ton of Lake after apendlng time pensive, homemade formulu
1 luncheon Thursday at the Jef-
The bride' table Wit covered ornaments centered the table !, Mr. for lfIIIII"
City.Mr. ithH.r.thn.\ removing
lemon House In honor of Mitt 1'M : many food spots "
by i whit linen cutwork Mao whose Crystal tray of cookies and and Mri. A. D. Letter bid and Dr except thot* cauied by butterand ''J
cloth. The three tiered wedding Mary Owens mar- potato chips, compotei of dips, it .holiday guests their ton In and Mri. R. R. Kincaid. other fats ,.
I nags was an event of Satur- stains
Uw sod daughter, Mr, end Mri Mr. end Mr. Hutton Rogers i'dO
cake was decorated with a pair null, 510.. were also on the ihould be with
of love birds and rote bud t. Atone 'lay evening. An all white arangement .bit. 0. W. Galloway and eon Wil-left Sunday for Birmingham for dry nonimmabl -
.11.I I In a illver bowl cm- lice Dixon of am.rd.N. visit with their and cleaning fluid
end of the table wu a A group of young people Gilloway i ion
ncr cindtlibri with mums indcimelltai :end the table Cards markinghe :1' and converta- C. and their grindton Dixon daughter In Uw, Dr. and Mrt OnlyTo make formula 1. combine
The brlde'i bouquetcompleted places of the 16 tTieitt were lion during the evening Letter of Winter Robblnt, Gi. James Rogers I neutral detergent and luke-
the decor of the table 'Df bridal deilgn. Visiting with Mr. and Mri Mri. Berth' Hough hid ai re warm
water The
MassIve arrangements of green- The hOlI..... gave the hon. Hubert Clark sod Mr. and Mri rent guests Mr. and Mn. Bill proportion U recommended
'pry were In the hall with two 'irre china In her chosen pittern Graves Wilhoits herschel Clark over the weekend Hill of Jickionvllle. detergent to one teaspoon of
One of .
witer.or
'airannernenti of whit flowers .. a memento of the occasion. were Mr. and Mr*. J. A. Among those attending the formula 1, cup
on pedntaliMrt Among the gurtta wit the Honored Here Reeve of PenucoU and Mr. CSator Bowl game In Jickeonirllle of whit vinegar use one-half cup

Randall Klncild and MnII. mother of the bride elect, Mn and Mn. Cl>d* Clark and were Mr. and Mri Doyle on. and one-kali/ mixed with

BT June A. JalUet W. Minor, aunt of the bride, Douglas Owens.Saturday daughten of Hittletburg, Mill Pope and Mri. Sin Hlgdon. warm. witer. our of Juki-
rut the cake Pouring were MissHarrIet Mr. and Mn. Douglass Smoke Mr. arid Mn Alllaon Dunn Mr. and Mn. Lynn Falconer To prevent permanent
stains
FALLACY. Leslie, Mill MargsretLawson intertilned a emaIl group ofperlOn.1 of Timand Robert Cook of and family of Greensboro N. C. from beverages like coffee
Party friends of Mr .and tea,
Silt It the only factor In the Curry, Miss Doria Davit Mn Grave Wllholt former Harrlirurg, Pa., Ire spending spent the holidays with her fruit juice or punch wipe
of diamond. and Harvey Suber i few diyi with Mr. and Mn. sarenti, .Mr. and Mn. Arthur the excett liquid up
value a their home promptly. Ait-
For Wilhoits Qulncy ritldenti at
1
Serving were Miss Calhy McKlnnon R. 'J>> Woodward, Jr. Cony.Mrs.. I ly formula 1 to the ana, soaking
FACT' Miss Judy McKlnnon, Thursday evenIng.Bseutlful seasonal decoritlonitrt Among those attending the C. W. Roderraund sea sure the sponge or cloth-
Mlu Mary Jane Porter Miss Mn. Mark Munro, Jr. and Bator Bowl game In Jtcktonrllla returned from a visit In Aihrlll ppllcitor I I. just damp
Many ol ace elements other thin Miry Bryan Matney and Mlu .kfri. Lee R. Munroe entertain-' at interest points throughout were Mine Judy Woodward *. N. C. with her IOn Job sopping wet Follow this not
alie ...:ar Into the beauty and Jean Bataon id with a party Saturday even the home. Th* hostess Mia Tee Monroe Scott Rodermund and tamU,.. sponging> with clean water by
value of a fine diamond. The M.... David Powell and Mn ng In honor of Mr. and MnJrtvet served cake, null and coffee Gregory and Wilson Illnion. Miss Jane Tuten has return'id blotting up the excess, Then and

pretence of Imperfection cm Charles Mynard kept the brlde'i Wllholt of Vero Beach luring the evening bliss Johinnt Heythekker hat to .her borne In Brlitol, Ga, apply a little formula I. Again CelebratedSANITONE
mar even a large etone. Th book Soft music wu playedby 'who wero holiday guests of his returned from ,Montgomery, following a visit with Mn. Mark :pong tilt ana with. clear
manner of cutting hat much to Mn. Edward: Woodbery at broth In Uw and sister, Mr Qulncy Visitor Ala., where the vlilted frlendi: Munro. Jr. and family.Dr. .. and blot op excess moisture wtr -

do with the brilliance, and the reception. end Mn Douglaai Brooki. Beau- Honored At Party and attended the New Yew'i and Mn. George Belnhirt Dry n quickly M poulble. An
"color" also effects a diamond' Hostesses were Mn Joel McKlnnon ,Iful Yultlde woraUont were Eve Dance and family of Clemton Vnlver-;werdoM may result In

market value.CONCLUSION. Mn, Ralph McKlnnon, throughout the attractive home Mrt. Cortell F-dwardi enter- Mr. and ..I.... Karl Htythek city, .. C., were holiday guests ,taint caused by toakint brown
Mn. Charles Joseph, MnCharlet .or the former. At the entrance tamed with a delightful bridge ker and daughter spent the holldiyi of Mrt. Belnhtrt'l family, Mr. ,carpet' backing tilt
: Owen,Mn Wetley Mi- vii a console ttbK highlight- party In honor of her titter In In Lakeland with relative and Mn. Arthur Corry. If pen eulni remain Drycleaning
When you're looking for a precious haffey, Mri. Maurice Owens, H! by. i pair of Topi.., trees II"', Mn. Nell Johnson of Melbourne 101.... Eileen Wright and too Mr. and Mrs H. S McCill ply dry-cletnlng solvent? fol.ip.
diamond, let ui help you, Mn. Joseph (Vuber and Mrs. trImmed with red satin apples Tuesday afternoon Tom of Port St. Joe spent the end ion* Harry Nathan and owing manufacturer dlrec-
choose one whose quality and' Byron Suber. linked[ by red candles, reflectd ; Pink polnaettlia, race sod holidays her with relative Thomas visited In Savannah lion.. Avoid damage to latn
value w* cm guarantee.JAILLETS. When the couple left on a In th. overhanging mirror rarnatloni were it Intereit Mr. and Mn. Pierce VYUllami" Si with their diughter and backing from exceu eolvent
wedding trip to the mountain A kissing ring holding mlttleoe -point in the attractive home h.v. returned from a visit In family during the holidiyt. Dry ana aa quickly at pouibi G
the bride wu wearing a three : wee tuapended from the Winners of high low and Gl'H'llvllleS.. C. with their Don Munro who hn flnlihN .
pier Mitt fit seven wool niohalr. irchwiy leading Into the llvng bingo received novelties for ion and daughter In law., Mr. training In Columbia. S. c. Card of
Hrr acceuorlei! were rottm.Highlighting. ... and Mn. Pierce Williams, Jr. rlll enter Abraham Baldwin Thanks

brown and cottage was of whit the mantel wuin At conclualon oX ton and two children. College I wish to think MORROWDRIVE
..! IIA-.a Sa..__ roeebudi. antique Bristol glass epergne gretaloni the hotteu linN pro-a )tt, and Mn. Ned Kliuon hive Mr. and Mn Ray. Munroe their( vltlti. curds.vwyon, flowers* for
Among the out of town guests with prisms holding lovely arrangement deieert with coffee. returned from a visit In Bennetttvtlle and family of Tallahassee vliltrd Christmas gift, and INCLEANERS
were Mr. ind )Ire, Joel McKln of red polnaettlu S. C, with bee mother relatives her during the money
Twelve playen enjoyed the many kind deeds
Mrt. P. H. Thomaa, who It JolMay extended to my
I Il.Jcct This wu balanced on the other lame.. sonS Thomas lair
cindelabri with with her eon In law and Ulae Satanic Ferguson fornv who It a DaMn. -
end by a crystal
; tall green taper decorated with daughter, Mr and Mrt. Harold oily of Qulney, BOW of Cull- U.at nodal III the Ta1Iab..... MeI I -eeaer MenrM Criwferd IIqcctcr

; SomiAnnualHAT : : I native greenery, duiten of Coffee Thursday Uldgley.Mr m.n. Alabama, la spending the HospItaL. Cart Ftoiro*

ireen grapes and a red velvet For Mrs. Wagoner I and )In. Earl Route Holiday with her deter and Johnion -
bow. A garland of holly tied and daughter Mr*. C >. Shaw, lamlly Mr. and lire A. W. D..-

In the center' with a similar bow Mr*. Don Miy entertained I Jr. spent Sunday la Faction, bison, 8r. and her brother and
SALECHOICE completed the mantel decor*- with a coffee Thursday afternoon 0*.. where tier attended the timlly. Mr. and Mr*. W. A. FirMERRILL'S 1 COULD
tlona.The. In honor of Mrs Betty funeral of their sos la law'sseaoauaspasasieeslOessssasaii nuson.sessaaa5ssssessesasCeajaea. '

dining table which" wu Wagoner of Columbia, S. C.. at YOU AFFORD I
OF ALL LADIES covered by a bsnmisom. white'her home. Seasonal decortUoni .

linen outwork cloth wu entered were at focal poiata.Mn. I to .

IN by a nine branched illver Sam M/rtck poured coffee .
HATS STOCK candelabra holding green tepees from the silver enrte em REPLACE?? .
,and decorated with clutten of the plcture-Uk table.
gold and brow gnpe Silver Fourteen guests enjoyed this
trays of hon d' oeuvrei, and nice Cet Together." chances en your We and the laY'
1/3 TO V2 OFF rumUhlnej. to II I
HAPPY Increased Ja '* a1ace fOIl purchoi them!

HAS YOUR INSt1RANCE PROTECTION

Hunditd to Choo from AU Colors KINARD ENTERPRISES, Inc INCREASED ACCORDINGLY


R* $2.95 to $19.95 CHARLES KINARD. Owner for \lp.to.d coTeruge :
NEW YEAR
ReraodellncAddition* on your 1nsI.

NOW $1.95 lo $9.95 NEW CONSTRUCTION SEE OR CALL prOperty :

Cora?**) Carport Porches

Roofing Sldln? Cabinet TOALLOURFRIENDS .Jr'

beet:' HAT HEAVEN Florida Rooms Encloeun. ; I

"Ne Job Too large at Too SmoIT AND CUSTOMERS

111 East Jefferson St. Tallahasiee. Fla.I I Havana Highway Phone 6274495 .. -..-- ---

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GADSDIN COUNTY TIMER QU1NCY, fLORiDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY I, 1M4 PACK) IEEHCHRISTMAS


The ilmpl act of "paJta
GARDENINGIN I INDUSTRIES EXPOSITION PRODUCES SALES properly will avoid/ many traffic 1

mlshapi, idvlieg th* Allltat 1
FLORIDABy Motor Club. Signals which are

'ti given too late to warn other
1 driven In time, ciuae sudden
Kerrey Sharp Editor moves and stops which result

Florida Agricultural lk, i, ,1 In chain ruction accident, par
u a i,aa '' r ,Uoularly on slippery road,
.
Kitenalei Service! .A, .
l 4 3 ---
... Qrowlnc meet U like keep
Double your normal following
wife-mate happy -
nt your
i i't there are many" thorny" prob- t'rtl dlatince on i'pp': ) roada, *u.>
s si lame Involved tact the Allstate Motor dub.

d However, both are prestigeprajecti While the driver ahead may
t e
i If you excet you tin make a sudden atop on a dry
beautlei left Ion ot pavement, you may'
dliplav both of the -
wN + with pride, 1 have to atop on.in Ice pilch.

Sol\e your domeiUc problem -- -

r tint, beciuie you tan't buy. t Avoid parking er'
tranqulllty but you 'Ibu I 4r .m ul1nb brae urt atop oa

ro.... lick ro.11.foun.* the Allitate
t I You may. purchase roe buihe Safety Crusadi. Othirwtse, the
: In three formi TheN are ban rear wheels are likely to lock

roots In container or burlap rn and can tauie a akldAiVkrtTMKMk.'sT .
wrapped. The latter li tailed
,.a ; becauae of the trf- ---.
Infant style rl
i t ,r w ., : I : T \
ingle burlap and damp bottom roVi'lV*
aA For the promitlnitor, con ialid bid. will be r.ir4until
A + I till' AM KIT Thur.< y,
tainer-grown rowi' can b. planted ,, v' "
,r January II, I HI. by tlla .di.l.ii
later, but will coat a fane ...+I'il'r.\ ,t I I'auniy .<..r. ft Public lntru.
,
price, 'ti:, .. ... ( J; U'.>n, Qulnry Florida, at Ih* *>.
VtrleUes to plant tan be aproblrm "" fl 'a .f the au,orl Kt.it.nt *fI'uMlo
..,
ln>irurtu, I n\rl It **.,
Old-fshloned fivorItei .I .. ._ : .....1"... Ii' I yiilncy >jrlnrMn>' for ta* n.iiuoilm ...
have advintigei over the or the riiiowim :: >.
f'r n newcomen, TheN Include ..uehrost" v. ,' A .in /In OaitiittH Couittr
Louli Mln :" :; sieves tin il...n.m a.taiilonI
ii Phllllppe, I
: .
; .k the Iprlntll4 H\ nurylin
CAROLERS Quincy Browniw and Girl Scouta ...nt.d a Yul.tid.! nle Frantli/ Marie Van Houtee > "M, ". ".> ..I. .o".IRllft' of ,1M.reemM( m
.
program Just before Chriitmai on the northild tlipt d the sourthou Th. caroling and Safrano, Often they thrivewh.r. ,. ,.! f : 1",1 I nil r.< .lllli. and. .,heat. ),ep1Ant
; A fin III cla *" Addletl
the modern hybrids succumb -
"
wet under the direction ol Mri Franc. Lambert ..
Quincy Elementary School to the deep South. trop .. 'r, ; "" _. _._..... _' _._. ....:.1... ... ;J. ..J n 1Ih* of Haven Huh VkI,
and Mill Sandra Slceenea, George W. Munro Elementary School The Girl Scout -- -- -' i >n>iiilni oleeo i "mi lnll|
Iral temperature, high humldl f.olllil.I .n* koilnt plant
program i It one of the many organizations lupported by tot United Fund of Quincy, ty and dlseaies, Thli Camp otcl, nunuUctured\ Quirky: was M* ol teveral eolj during the PloriJi 'In Ihi bullAlne e.4iliiHn will ,.

Florida, Inc. Photo by Martin's Studio... Except (or the moat dedicateehobbylat dunne! Expnition it Orlando, B, HftiMnnunn" (nght), Reykjavik/ 1 IwlanJ, packer and jroctr r end" 1\,111.wlrlne whh, sad plunrhtnR will M 01, bNlhe nlawn.

-I the modern hybrid bought the modern mobile camper outfit to UM In telling tops in Mi country, Tim wit rrnnelr Yellen' 'en'rete : 1
ro... the hardeit to (row Ills floes. peered 'n
Strength The i We at i nation, and at dl Individuals ::1 are Rite one ot numerous inttancti in w hich the Exp'ition served one of it* primary urpt'ce-- : ki, biiia>4 kulltimlniim erpautN up roeKlnr

mint maintain Im Plant roiei for rut Hoovers in that o t bringing hirers and teller together Oihen In tht picture were L A, ShrffiilJ (kit), : ewnlne wlnAnwe. aneemelele _

Best InsuranceFor 1-prove foreign our ttraigth and domestic' on ill fronti_ at I Bits And a eeparate setting garden, becauie Gmp.o.tel dealci in the OrlAndo area, anJ Chirlti O Ilinann, Ump-aul not picaidcnt rnA tADlnet with overt.rl.n. all. Interior tr|<......

work and at home," Holmei they're far from lI.nd.1 and general managerFlorida's .ant auslfl.."...* wilt
In avulaiil I InleneteA bldrtir
*
Peace I itatei. "We must be itrong militarily PiecesBY aome If pruned properly, covered ::1 al the efn e .( Ihs Arrhhe, '.
economically, iplrllually' moat of the time with protective ---- ---.-- lUhtrl Maybln, AI A. lit .'.
funglcldea and itrlppedof i<*lke* Avenue filih.i..H
and
Mankind fern a vital decl| 1 I'n t'II must alto flower buds dally. If driven III110t voluntarily .rieud ti>.o aerlei Mans
lion In this nuclear axe i reallte I that beat ef. IIl'Te'1IA I Recreational Potential reduce their speed' it luit Itmph A Olea! lm':1w'rl: twintrh/ *
Select site In location :
choice between pears and tremendous i font fall and a nuclear wlir li a a tunny when the weather tats loll!* k* rwvlr.4
In the event the bed li located for the f obtai
forced upon ui, we can survive |lrt ait vlana >
progmi, or total and providing !" D "Doe' Macon atlll In. near large plant, protect bad, there should be liglilatlnn *d byAe neral avairac. e
de\astatlng war This derliloneould w. nuclear prepare now lists that the tea lit that he the roll buihn from marauding Helps Attract New IndustriesFlorlili'i requiring them to do It, accordIng hl44in on the canirioi, I* ::*
Although attack
I well I be the most a on Llub: refundeA eN the raurn ..t1 e
Import- to the Allalalt' Motor
ordered In the 1119 letter to
thin nation would be extremely root with t iheet of metal roofing ---.- plan In aooct naninn wlihin
ant ever mid by clvllUed I sotlftv. Santa wun reality a telephone Three Is no excuse for drivers ,
tin 4va he
devastating, It would not mean burled vertically along the cllmili' frm bid dot1 A Indiislilal
set that was In vogue In side of the bed, ---I who fall to rtiognliewhat bad in* *f i>lni my be eb! .
the end of "he 1961
The decision for in honorable national practice everythln military. ..Itrl.uum.d those dayi. He iiya" he had to Prepare the planting lite prior flu hand In gluvr with His recreational County weather does to trafflo and the talneil ky Iks General; 11o eenlraetor,
li that .actlvrneas of Uncle ana plans MS? aim *l lInttrtttid
not we
PUtt one road and how speeds must be
that key American targela convince a few of hit playmaUswith to aecurtnl tie rote buahei IIthe br 1he ..I1."lrao'.,. er ether
alone cm make. Other nations. were struck by ZOO( nuclear hli flats. He found that It soil U loose, light and Sam green thumb paradise I educed to cope with this tier Perhe. ('e > 4 Miia
especially those possessing na- and main new cempanlesmovtinl Continued frem fag* (1111) .rd. of ,
dorm to abbreviate words Iweatr-lire Sillirlr l:1 eel
bombs with total destructivecapacity pay andy, remove It to a depth of I
a \ Florida look at ..
clear will have decisive Into recreational sit, Ih.
weapons, such "trl" because -- -
as some : :Iva flflretruM
exceeding 1,400 megatona 1} inches and replace with October activities ileppcd up 4 U.i I dnlUn :
tolen determining potential In an aid trafflo acrid
Anilyili of the (Imaglniry people just don't catch on too compost of rotted leivei, manure .: The Ad-'lan Fletcher Fimlly of The tetnsgl en. 1111 lot in eo... ....1 ef i' II''"
whether there will be total war before anything else In many li bad It la mainly ..
assault revealed that It would quickly, Maybe that li the reason ind rich hammock toll Oreennhoro was named "Qadi- problem n ai Inn, on return f ih* ili "y,1 Ua
or peaceful Never. canea hecaua* not enough adult I. ..4 ronillMon witaia re
progreii eo
'Ooo" / M particular In .
have fallen far short of annihilating For beet growth be the I den ('ount '. Outstanding (arm
take lure With "n.wlook" : sere trots the k4! Osl*.
thelevi, each of ui cm awry Ala everyday buslnem deillngiWe mltrrl.l accent un today have taken the time or trouble
toward by our nation, Holmei reports replaced li quite acid mduslrlaltsta ol ramlly for I9AS.: An article r nlniiit r* blit4lne I *n '*
nil step peace that only four and one- need mora like him. Many sandy lolla In south Florida among I by Kay Davla whose plr.nllllve to give the youngsters idequate eheve fir l.cl will I ki N4e| 4
preparing to eurvlv..nd recover men leisure time Inc employ riming, uyi Rl, Klamm, soctdint t. furnish a Nil in 'teamount
half of total land contain too much for In the IHnlwr .n\.a:\
percent our lime In Sawdunt apparel .
from my nuclear war era Florida Industry prevention director ohe *f iii lee te
We've tot of odd golf ,
area would have received fallout l teen a beat roll production, iy' Unlveralty IUdl"1 luue ol the Farm Journsi I. Itr1 per kl< W .'.Hbn4
It '
our enemies might be temptedto shod In over thirty years at just naturslly try to Allstate' Motor Club ;r'n\t\ :
farm
In excels of 100 roentgena of Florida rote ipeclal. Kay la a ilalf/ member olhe *
lnlte "cow puture pool" but one of plants near areas of \ ridiculous to issume teenager naahl Yes ertlfl4 I vk* kor
hour after the bombs had late Ronald Tolar olUreenshoiii
E, 8. Holmei, rural civil detente one the neateit took plice reational poll-mini >. lame migaiJne can Just ite-p into a ear and a k4! k::.II wrlti.n, ky a r.uiibls .
alien And, amaring n It may ntd : Chooae an overt lit day for was' the talent con.
coordinator for the Florida land gulf rivera drive without learning the necessary anA sesseiakla enmnor.
fifth tee it the 8i areas, cnursea
anal 'ill of the practice planting Fleet check the winner al the annual Farm maAe the
Agricultural Cxlenilon Service seem, ) plantcarefully lakes, and beachra, nt skill and good attl. perAhle ** 1.A.ar'nuntr
alert revea' d that approximately lait Saturday afternoon. Carl I and cut back the wish llurrau meeting And th* CHItrna Hn.rd ., Pukll lo.lrtin.lnii .
reminds that hlitory hnIhnwn tudea best taught In the Itmoiphire
la almost
ui of lhci nvcessltlra ,
Fowler Any .
approached the tee N rleteher,
79 percent of our total land to four or five ')1'". Trim Oft Hank ft Trust Co. caught r CbalrrtaAf
th.t aujresiors are usually bragging to the pro, Joe Do- ;' within a atone. throw of of the nhmilroom, Qulnry, .. .
Mould have received only ill broken rooti fliel Moil of the damage
area
on .. I
to attack na- ,
reluctant nadlo, that he wn hiving a hMtre.k logical plant( sites In worecases .T :: .hoar IM1
and light fallout, or no fallout at all I Be lure the planting holei in wee In the basement area TwoUad.Aelt driven rMU/reA furl(I. F .
tloni which are alert itrong where I local Hurrying holiday are "ll. .
two pin In a row. Then large big plinla member Inrmenee AaA. 1Y".ftl, .
enough to accommodatethe Countyil
tapable InO defending themlelvea From this It ll apparent that Carl really muffed hli tee shot, In rather remote rrgtona, iur Louis! rushing to tlirtr own tnfiie 10cldent I h.", ."., eleer/ eIM ...". tl
roota without in honou.
crowding auto Mary
other word, the beat a nuclear attack would InrllctIIv.r. the bill going tome fifty feel rounding territory has beet won the Allttite Safety Crusade ul prlr.. wh au,e/y .am J
the bottom Florida .
of each hole of was
drop i Ray VJnlncy I
insurance for honorable would besmarter enreplable t. Ills awa
peaceIt devastation and Intense to the extreme right of the fairway utilised by oitihlishlng huntlni warm, they tift
handful of garden fartlllier andcover : Mate winner In 4 II Child Development the awarl .r the wTM
.
enlightened atrength to realise It'i better toN :
p- radiation on a number of rail.Unly In the edge ot the woods lightly with top aoll. Dip, preserves, fishing lakes, and and Mra, W, T. Vu- I" .
small arena, while large Hit opponenli Inililed thit he company owned golf courses, ilowett down than 1.ld"p, ..N....' ferNtaa tb. rnM
the roots of each plant In i her, Jr, of Drrlna was one Of treat d.eum.ntA all.w the MAAfr1s
cement of our nation might hit mother ball, with, no pen- ,bucket of water lust beloriplanting. such as the miKnlflcmt lay-ou1 the four IM3\ Hlate Alumni -- Aubnlt h1AA I an eeoM InAI, IAnalY
la
"A small town wh.r. everybody
BULLDOZERWORK escape, practically unscathed ally, "thicken1 really waded Inert the new bush of the C'hemstrand Corpnratloi Winners, .". ." .Io'ft.llo" of they
However, Holmes liaiteni to Into the next one but where In I'ensacnlaMany knows what evoryhod i.n lokiTh .
that the root will
did It In the so lyitem of Florida's In. else la doing, and they ill bu owner rieiryie th* Hh.*
remind ui that there It no way com to reatT stand at the lime level that I'itond newer Everything seemed to happen all >
id- middle of Irrigation pond dustrlal plant have been alt, the weekly paper to tee ho1 w t* eJi, i any one kll
of accurately predicting In an In he nur rely row. In November Cloven tenlo ,, 1II 411" rtv pt'/ t'll'
vance which area would, receive adjacent to the course. The With a slow stream of wilei used near the .tll.'. magnllIcmt gills were aelectndtom the much the' editor dares to print INaTNIrt'Tlfr. \ aDeDeN ,

the brunt of an enemy pond happeni to be located directly from a hoi, work the aoll abou beaches, thereby brlnnln/ I (our county high achool: to, Bub Witt Muncy U'il Lun IrerrtVMTt.. ttl+rlt 'A ..
attack. Therefore, all areas I to the rear of the t... the roots the hole ta Ihground additional recreational I potortlal compel In "rht O'.dn'ii nary. eN /SNM pTCNtIt,

must prrpaie for turvtval and Carl ball atruck a tee market i II IIInJ firmly I im d within ...y grasp of th, County Tolurco Queth .nd \lit,'ll, K, Jan. I, ,I r
,recovery, just after ho hit It and bounced "Kit a saucer of earth about the, employee Home of TheNn, Junior Mli I'lMianl' at th tll.1 meek ::r,1f g ,I
Because modern weapons straight back Into the wiur. It plant to hold water. duatrlei. Include Alrtrnnlri, Inc: Qulncy/ High auditorium, Tnoaieumpellng : but I) water Ih

LAND make e-ery home, Industry, I tak,. a lot to dampen old, When the rose bushes begtite at Fort Laudrrdale, Mlnnrapo, were Lynda Futthllunny Internal revenue boys will be

I farm and Individual i potential "Chk'ktn't" enthualaam for the leaf out, keep in eye out Honeywell al M. Teleraburg, Fletcher, Janice Canty (there." to collect the /Inhl't'llInr.t. ELECTRICALSERVICE
target, each of ui nt-eds to know ,.m.. for dlieiiei suet ai black spot, and Radiation/ Inc. at Mel: and Paula Walker, UulnoIllghi -- Lynn Denn, Linden
CLEARINGPHONE the tact about protection, and brown tinker, and powder) bourne.location. Martha Buber and Maria' (Calif/ Herald' ,

i the actloni we can take for personal finished out my ,ur'. term mildew Insert peaty that may alone li only pin Ei man, Qreenahorn. Ana Dm I I
prtparedneia/ the event ii held roniler at the Mwanls h.rmlh. buihei will Include ip- of Hit story: Y r. The biggest and fltity 10 May., 1/.vans/ ; and American Motort Corp/. paid,

of an attaik. According to Club this put Monday. It was hide, thrlpi, pumpkin bun, cot- attraction, of course, li the Laura Qhola.in, Ihlrley Ann out nearly /JM, In

Holmei[ inch information/ !la a good year and I. enjoyed II a ton,- u.hlnn Kile and red weather, With moat Florldlamabl Unfroe and Atleen KlngryChalUhooche 10 IK.ooo hourly and Anything Iron wlr-
readily available from your local lot. Louli Oooner will tike my spider mltei to enjoy) outdoor recrea.llonal *, Lauri won the employees under dIVld.nct'l

civil defense office, or your placer and I wish" Mm luereia, For additional Information uk actlvltlrs 193 days a year, coveted crown, And then was hiring contract a| I IDa a house. .to replaoing -

CECIL A. BEANE ounty agricultural agent a office It the member will give him your county agricultural agent' the new plants, and those planning another Queens Faitl' \ Hue Crilgwn Pany I o light bulb
Generally ipeiking, civil the cooperation they gave me 'or Extenilon Service Bulletin to move Into Florida, build aelected "llomecntnlng

MAin 7-6039 defense offices serve comm n- he cant lose. 110, "Roaei In Flerlda" or seek to establish feeadquar- Queen" at Quincy Hlgti ftihool ,

plea, while county igenta nerve era close k/ the beaches er annual Homecoming. The second Ike
Shepard
dr.-;;;;
rural anaCfvll They name for a Garden Club BoardTo nland Lkro.Ilorlda' annual !>tse Horse FrolicHoundup 4 '
I defense offlcee will 19 consolation prlie at the Jitney wrilth of walentayi sponsured by the IIfli ,

gladly provide Individual and Jungle teat Saturday, but Meet Tutsday lira figure/ heavily! Into: the atrattlvenesa .. Qadaden Meddle Club drew at
VITAMIN AND groups with Information concerning darnt/ I dldnl have my card of eslabllahlng new, a record crowd of t,QUO, Three
HEALTH FOOD SERVICE d. community punched i,,1 got nothing. OueuI The Eieoutlve Board of the nduetry In the alate Available from Oreeniboro wen alate

pedal Diet and e+ toltntytan. d the location I will h ve to let that be a lea- Julncy Oardea Club will meet for Industrial/ uses, the water* awarda Vann 81'11'1It"' SHELPERBLITCHFURNITURE

Health FeodaMbn of buildings which have son to m., 'f ruesdiy, January 7 at I p m In wayi offer prime/ recnallonatenures !! TA Bwlno Show Reierv I CO.
been stocked with emergencywpptlfi the home of the president/ Atlas for plant Irind Chimploriihip; KonaldTolar r d r ,
employees
Audrey Beavea, Owner and designated aa public I see that Everett Morrow lauildlng Cvelyn; MeDonild All memb who iweepitake awardn/ II III I MAlo f 1141Bu.
enjoy the all .
Ml W. King St. Ph. 6Z7-14JJ ihelters. Civil defense oft!- > an addition to Morrow .ri are urged to be rrnt; it brills of boating, year' round' (lite ." Corn dhow; and Edward III 1411WirekMM fliltPkea

den' ran .1110 help rltltrne In ilinen I understand/ willb. toll first meeting of and water skiing tw'll\mln"I' Mpuoner. fl/it In Slate' i Fk MAM

'planning community thtlteri a most modern cold storage Another attractive of 4-11 Corn Efficiency Cot'eil ti I
CANT dLEEPT: adul Uurrlval\ depirtrnent. It will be a first part r
and In arranging M:.. Pierce William. 'lurldaa Industrial climate lahe innald Tiller aim won firil
NERVED JITTERTT: eou_.. for' Quincy and something that riorlda Plat In the itii* at 11 Firm
PfttD NQutU7.IHII, T'ft'' Holmes reminds ui that rural, MS been needed hen for quite/ I. Party Hostess nearneaa of moat r terse Talent Contest In Panama I
slow hOR IA RaCAT c.p'.ul. people especially farmer a while.My ilanta to many national ipectaor City Th Ualted/ Fund ti
.. II.., Iater 1 Mri. Place Wllllsmi
des hip ul.ud mu.t prepare to cope with\ some entertained sports kicked off It* drive for the ,i tc a .t..
xeepe roe not common first recollection of the a mill troop of friends During the spring aeaaon 14 Con .
a'ree from fenelen. N11.Ilene special problems, ....nd year WUIIami !
Aare been .014. ad Capes to urban rltlieni All rural people I;"tout" wai seeing' the Captain 'Tueidiy afternoon it her homeYuUtld major league baarball teams trudlon It Hupply tat was thelow I MAI TllllTkurs
.... Mell.hle er ; would probably be Isolated In the KaUenjammer Kids Inhe decoritloDi were at rain throughout central and bidder for the ptann.dtAdAA.n "
r. f. MAr PIca CO.' during, and for Borne time following Sunday nrwipaper comics points Intereil. southern FhxMa, with ins popular Ceuntr Jtrslth Center :( t t ts -

Ph. U7.IIOI juliirr, Pla an attack Thereforetheir ;It seems that he always I 'hid thetout Sandwiches, cake, But., tandy Grapefruit /ealu..Drlne I now under lonatrurtlon I Frl. Jan. ti ;

eurvlva and recovery' and the Kldi were mikinglife ind toffee were served rxhlbltlon gamea drawing lame behind the poet office U (juln- s

preparations must be especially miserable for him by hit./ trowdi of enthualastle. lane. I ry Freeholdert I 10mlHlevy / 1: SS DAYS
t complete la addition to protecting ting him on hli tore foot. But The ititei three nisjor untersitles for the euppnrt end maintenance I
4M'J. themselves, their families Ala diy and time 1 hear a lot from a sport aland- of Uailsden County Pub- AT PEKING

and easentlal human .up- about the tllneai, disease or r .lonauMr point are Ideslly plated In north lie Kthmili and n..LH.a three
+tbK pltn, farmer have the added whatever It li Two or three ef Florida Rater, central itnlver- school trustees MB. BaUl, : Urrlai IksrlUa Heat**.

responsibility of providing protection m> clone friends have been ally of Florldal and south (Vnveralty Jr., Qulncv. P, W, Hhelfer Jr, Art OardaerlaU

feed and water for Bothered with the ailment late *. Henry hulk hn return of Mlemll Florida, of'erlng Havana, and B llalilsne, "Hoy- I II

their livestock. farmers must ly. Hope they recover toaD ed from Albany, Oa where the lop-flight Intercollegiate kin Ir Cbaltlhoocbee/ The I
also learn how to recover and ipent the holiday with her I football and baiketball. Thevearhnnla sad punrtuallen mark of the la*. 4 ,
begin producing food In the The Oreat White Hunter of daughter Mrs U C Fleming are within easy reach I year ws the aaaaaalnatlnn ofpresldenl YOUNG ,"AIM" Red Or'flee .

shortest possible time following fin eating fame who headquar and 'am 11,. She alas! vlelud InArlington. of Industrial areia ID Florida( Joha AsKnuntyyal.omwraad emb.MdwN a* eryttel.Uno DOL'OLEtATtRt:

a nuclear ittack. County ten at the Fire Station arroes Oa far day and via the ,"te'. magnificent network few dayt later I II white tattuae oven ettomaa
l atrlniltural and horn demon- the street, li isld ta have .U1H >: nliht wh11e away.Mr of highway and espresewayt. the lot of H E Mon eeeeNlM Batttfeing Empire* GUN HAWtUrrteg

stratum agents are prepared to hlmtelf a gobbler Monday: *, Ceoe Slakelir, and three I jean, prominent Qulary mortlrlan. vMrtff UM* t4 Uie Kuikj ef Rery talkeuaAIM :
IUpplyJt<<.lur. and advice From what I've bee able to rhlMren ef Huelhuret. Ca And luet .bout anywhere you a Cr-ollna faihlon die the pre*

concerning these unique farmtrreblemt tear bo shot it the poor bird have returned+ hnm followtma gob Florida, yw're within a I ] kl... ae..Me4 eel etww In MewYak I
n well n "Information il,< tlmn. I '011"{ believe "be vlall with friend While her hnrt taut of torn of the world. Drembef the bet month The dew feelurte aflonelengUl i
general killed It I tklnk heeearet Leon Weaver manager DAY OP T1BrBADMAN
and assistance en actually ih* wit deUgbt/vIly entertainMr float flatting waters either ''aflU skirl with\ a fads-
HAULINGTRUCKING ,rural civil defense. the old boy 1I1e death .,. f'.... water er Mlt water, J of TalqulH FleHrl Co per- loneble beck_.*, end eMbe '\ ,
Whether yon live la a rlty, What with those h powered and Mr. __.1". Briskle II all adds up to one thing 1 nve was re-lert4 vreildentlof eIIerItM4aIM wear.
the suburbs or the open town ...", a", ahell they use these, an try and regirdleu of four oc daya.Mrs.. I old Streetman la Dothan during .siwrla climate to N AienrlallMi In Ittkian.viU

set It yourself the ....IIt11. found anywhere la the wortd.VUltor *. Herbert Oregon, (tulnry -
='r.J'I: your nation to Gen '* tit, manager, ,.* ,a.4 as .-
.
W.tens Blakely I Mr and Mr* Tracy Riddle M... TV*** Wd.
lean the fact about rIYal < and ewe children/ who the ,OadMte* County'CLU DefenseDirector
ALL KINDS to lam bow you tan Is Honored Her. hnllde* hi Wllllston spent with kr 1i I lo HnmoMwa SprlnlrIle The first e,,"rvl esI .,'ilI Ja..t/.rt
survive and recover .I _d...... ta <"K* Mwtroitftructed _
prepare to the fofure will k ard etgkt- were .
Mr. Doe Mar entertained ,.rent.. Mr anit 'ra. C HPhlnney .- .t ,1. FUN AT
from a* enemy attack. History weee tilled' bark theredue I a ein| koat for a mile ridetr.a I' First IUpU" ChwcNi J rJLr
and Long Distance haa proven that the Net IjwurSBC with a aoffee Mosiday altenoo* fa> the 111..... ef her father a HeeuilNI waterway ''I i a Qvlney, C. W, Harbtn Jr ACAPUICOUrflat
Furniture Insured for k noreh|. peac ti en. U Honor of Mrs. Gene Blakely R/nnilus Rrtiikley' it.. BLX'J the Hprlagi wk.r* the will wu app lld it nor FirrlsBryant / Elrt Fresley
lightened etrenglli r/Jllt'u the of Haielhuret.' .. a foriMr paa thrvugk seeo/M enUow I U ml the positt-m enIh .. tlianl. I
llho I etatlened t* CharleetMi,
fact ea hew yew ten kelp, Quincy resident. Ouesta .tar County trhml Board kit I ..I..LfLu'
ipnt a till day lew with h/ tky
local rrrU 4e- ehsded o .rersMN friends' and des'h of MM run .
check with your suet by th*
111m.
Sam Huiley fens office, or your county agricultural rlgJibort.Braennal. 'u.nb. Jim fnKh his t4 fit, A flfft/ Cub airplane wi* recently And the' ellma of D*< I : For Birthdays> -
teeoratfoiM were at Tallah4ee, was guest j' .ed .Mb 417, .! I Ilite U sad re-
agent Xwnnnberlunrlval purcka Ut>.hr **... Mm III.n.p *** If w* will I
Mantua returned to Ch.rMteas
b your responsibility Uteree *....taIt the party ( *- boob ef trading elamp* ao 4deUiered eke Divla. / Selng all abilr Give Admg! .!oa
with Mr cry Mr*, teeter sere
I,..... U a CaioeavIlM gate. I will I
7-B433
U pereeptleo
MAin CetIM family. etlM/
tel... > Ti Just like te kre IVI Mrt Aa l* Met Smith has returned Mt. reaute vUUgee, the lees lUll ties N f*..e,e< ( set tpiritual" eM

..,... Ins prices, IBM dada sod lfO uses. Jlfl I wens who ceutdalbe tl, Deeatvr, Ca, fellowtnia I'* ,,"win. weapon of I" Value 13.00
S. ADAMS ST. Kelly. Marqimt iMkfcj Week-.I aye aur rlMd." LMOenii Melt here wWi Mre, A_I tale ., Feed Fakr (tares, OM,l trees beadMXers, M 'ertk0e4e I

'., ProgrtH.BEFOREYOUGO.", LktleGUf.t MerildV DerUTIMBER. neUMi'i nftk Urges* retail tr en. to blockbuiUre. M tttfbuaiart. .
-- -- -- tttl ....... r**. to e aww reAwd and be't" well on hi*''"

tills, !. Iw U *ek ended way elt.= U prednfing eovotry.k Lei me build you a completed borne. No

I In 1II"Mr. Itale wrieee ; Ker* finm YriJart The- down. F.HJL Financing t available
money
a.l0a I Traiw
aUlltoai
1)27
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GO BY BILL'SAXO ; --- -- - -- In rural! areas or cltr.. Payments as low as

Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely $4943 a month. Including deep well and

>STOCK V? t Contact Us Before You Setll HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED pump wbeu required. F.H.A. Inspected and

WillI Buat1D9 HadCatmptoq WE P;Y TOP MARKET PRICES! CARS Approved. For further Information caU


$10113wnnw NdJ 'I Florida! Forest Products, Inc. USED PARTS for oil halts CLAUDE 1 EHLERS at 827-7816

0 of Cars and Trucks

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PACK EIGHT" GADSD" COUNTY....., QUINCY FLORIDA, THURSDAY JANUARY 2. 19e4w I


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w- THE I What Is It1


"Super-Right" Heavy Western BeefSTEAK FARM



SALE q FRONTBY

DOYLE CONNER p

..COMMISSIONERFLORIDA rgjr.:

: ,R If you have a craving for steak now Is the time to satisfy DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 4 I

! i;; It, a* you'll save a sizeable sum and enjoy the fine quality __

: I for which A&P's "Super-Right" Steaks are famous. Come I Report my desk and these analyse day indicate comingto ht Invitation of the National

see, come save at A&P. 1964 will see the beginning ofa Grange, to try for broad agreement ve \N
I new boom era in our American on ipproaches to firm
BONELESS FULL CUT economy. eglslatlon.
I Outlining what we can expect According none. report, re-
b y 1970, only even year ahead tills were' surprisingly encouraging _) tiI
You will enjoy I U. 8. News & World Report the closest approach to a
RO U N D this value priced, 8& itreuei' the following: united linn front that has been
Special! "SuPer-Right" fine quality ILbleak. I A population of 210 million, seen In a long time.
ID. I up 20 million from the present
PURE PORK olal. The American Institute of Cooperation
These are no or. Gross national product around notes that "egg moo-
dlnary Steaks, 7110 BILLION dollars, a rise of ty" flocks of farmeri' wives ; a r
They ar* "Super* 175 BILLION. now account for less than 20 I "
Sausage"SuperRight" Sir I oin Right" quality 88cled Average family Income at per cent of total national egg/

Western elected, grata from lb.| $8,800 a year, up 1100. was production.more thin Then half.years ago it

beef. Auto output at 10 million a Few farm wives keep more
BONELESS year, compared with 7Vi mU- thin 300 hens, but commercial
lion now. flocks run Into big figures. OneIn

a 1 Lb. $ 00 1'oa..1II enjoy Employment of 103 million.86 million for again while California there are has more 750,000 than layers 100-

] 1 C U B E D these value priced 88c More than.7 million youths Inollrge 000 In some 190( commercial operations It'l[ aluminum!The first nuggets of aluminum created by electrolytic -

Bags all "Super-Right"nest Steaks lb. cent.school/ ,enrollment up 2 6 million up, and 20 high per throughout the altton.Houd' it-Alcoa process in(Aluminum 1883.The metal Company and the ot Americaare company that Introduced both,

Dairyman expects an
celebrating their 75th Anniverenary.
::
Some 140 million people living -
"Super- increase in pressure to use government -
I far surpasses that of steel, its
212
In metropolitan ccncr -
t" quality payments for cutting Just three-quarters cf a cen. I chief competitor.
beef, .. That'i more than 63 percent retail butter costs. The dairy one of today's most It is used In a thousand prod -"
T r BONEtrlh cj' trimmed, 95 9 of the cent population of the land on area lessthan publication notes that butter wily used substances was as ucta-from missiles to such .-
priced. II In per addition, the westward consumption Is down to 7 rare as one of its more costly i everyday things as cooking ;
FULLY COOKED T-Bone lu IrJ. movement of people will be pounds per capita. The all-time oxides, the sapphire. utensils and appliances, storm J
Steak tonight. high was 18.6 pounds buck In Tha process to obtain tI economically : windows I and doors, packaging Sand
continuing and by 1970 tome 37
discovered I in =
the depression days of 1934. was a tippera.
Whole or Half! million will be living In Mountain 'woodshed laboratory. was Today this versatile metal _,
and Pacific Coast atatei firitoffersd commercially in plays a key role in life.
your
TOP ROUND 88c Farms will continue to lose 1888. Annual U.S.
lb. per capita con Jsumption
population, central; cities will YOUTH ASKSGood It is light, bright, non-mag- I now Is 29 pounds,and ;
>e italic but tuburba and urban netic,Its resistance to corrosion rising rapidly I .:
areas will expand.
H AM That adds up to a lot of growth Example! and Good Ex-
in the relatively planstione[ Known Limits
SIRLOIN nd changes There is a lot of talent among that I can't make It more af
TIPPorterhouse lb. 88c short period of only seven and Cotuliltncy And
this time. later I
Perhaps
years, but the general outlineseems To B* Heard hem which has lone undiscovered on
to be pretty well con. By Dorothy B. Alexander, before. It gives them self can."I
feel rather
firmed by other estimates.We Publications Specialist.Child confidence to do these things strongly on
these Issues and I don't see how-
can expect to feel the effects Training Schools and of course, there Is nothing
American In their right,
of such a broad expansion Florida Dlvlaioa' of more therapeutic than doing any
minds could be In favor of:
lb. 49c |lb. 95c here In Florida, and you can for a Faith and a Challenge .. something for the pleasure of further extension of Federagpower.
look for our agribusiness' to be others. ." -
In It. No matter what
sharing neglect or The address of the Co-Ordin-.
I rejection children have suffered A CAPITOL sting Committee. Fundamcn._
The prospects for a new boom at the hands of their parents tal American Freedoms Is Suite:
head don't mean that we'll behaving most of them will go to their 320, 301 First Street NE.
smooth sailing and fair with for their LETTERBy
SPECIAL! Ann Page Brand Fine Extra Wide raves a longing Washington D. C. Chairman of1
or days all the time Not by along larents love. Sometimes thelightest
the is Willhm
shot, Many of today's show of affection and Jerry' Mock group Loeb.-
Other of I leers are J. J. KIN'
rohlems will be Intensified and the of the adult
ongtng on part
we'll be facing new ones M will raise their hopes of being Tallahassee A group called Patrick vice, chairman; John Ct,
Satterfleld
EGG NOODLES l Lb. 29C time goes on. loved at last. I have known the Steering Council for the and John: S secretary-treasurer Synon, director ?
: For Instance, even though a child who had been deserted I Florida Committee' for Fundamental SatUrfleld Is the immediate
Pkg. employment Increases, It is exported in three states, the first time American Freedoms Is
of
total the civil rights legislation past president the American
I the unemployment when she was four and the last fighting Bar
ate will not drop much. time when she was eleven. before the U. S. Con- Association.
Concerning employment, I When aha was sixteen the father gresi. -
noted recently an Interesting walked Into my office where The Council Is made up mostly Floridians: planning to attend,
SPECIAL! Cherry Star Solid (No Oil Added Packed In Water) I report that some alert businessmen she was and said'm' : : I'm of hotel' motel and builders the New York World's Fair cut
are capitalizing on the Inflexible now fixed so I can Items /groups and fanners. (Hotel, realize a 10 per cent savings
retirement practices of for you" and she went with him motel and restaurant groups are on ticket prices by orderingthe
$ 100 'others. Most firms art reluctant with face alight It did not last prime targets of the proposedcivil tickets before Feb 29, 1961,
WHITE TUNA 3 70z. to hire people over 43 and We knew It wouldn't. But hope rights legislation). Its headIs .
automatic retirement at 61 is surely "springs eternal" in their Fred Kent Sr. a Jacksonville (
Cans typical business practice. reasU attorney. Kent's son, a close Sale of cigarettes In Florida
This; I Is a good time for those I am reminded of this each friend of Gov. Farris Bryant: is during the first four months I
I firma which follow the abovepractice year when I go to Family Day a member of the State Junior of the new tax year was about:
I to see whether or not II the Florida School for Girls College Advisory Committee 22 million packages below nor-: !
BIG VALUE! Jane Parker Freshly Baked Enriched I changes should be made," says .t Deals, Florida's training and owner of a /group of theaters mal, says the State Beverage '
the weekly Washington report school for her delinquent girls which have been the obJect Commission.WONDERFUL'. T
I }f the U. S. Chamber of Commerce The most Important day for the of race pickets .:
girls In their Christmas Seasonwrhaps Members of the committee In I
"It is a well known scientific In their whole stay at elude Keith Henderson of the I f
WHITE BREAD 2 z, 31c I I.:t that people age at different the School Is this day when state motel association; Dave I 1
Loaves ales one person may be old their close relatives come to Arpin, executive secretary, state AsasRICAN Standard
It 39, another young at 79 Any hare In the Joys of Christmaswith hotel association; Paul Brown,
(retirement policy which Is them. I'll not soon forget president, state hotel assocla-
based solely on chronological the look on the face of a girl on lon; Ralph Cellon, state cat- GAS
I lee It therefore bound to be Family Day this year, nor the lemens association; Andy Lay
Special I Jane Parker Freshly Baked wide of"the mark in many in- speed with which she left the executive secretary, state dairy HEATING COMFORT
tances. room when word came to her at products association; Ray Erskine -
Pie I1h Lb. I Some firms regularly hire older lunch after she had given her executive secretary, Florida -
Cherry men, the report continues, home :
Each 45 parents out on a blustery' cold Builders Association:
i I and even ncIMt retlreient day that they had arrived. and Chris Jensen, Florida Dairy ll If I I f l l lIllllill
ago who to their This year, as usual, presents Farmers Federation and a Dry- ,
Special! Jane Parker Delicious i jobs experience unmatched by were exchanged but not open- int-appolnted member of the
younger" people. Firms with from State Milk Commission from
pd. The girls presents
Pineapple Pie 1 Lb. JVC flexible retirement policies can. their parents were put under Ocala.
Each C therefore. gain considerable adantsgi. the trees In the cottages to be 1':.. steering council works
opened Christmas morning Uvough the' Florida Commission
Because of the large numberof GovernmentIn
Special! Minute Maid Frozen '"' ql1 Lyndon Johnson' unusual visitors (about 300)) two Ident on fighting Constitutional the civil rights leglsatlon Co411yeered

Firm Red Ripe Ctn. ucceas has 'been in the a subject art of persaunlon of widespread Ical service were held In the in Washington. low elelY
99c Families sat together
Orange Delight 6 COs. PresidentSome comment since he became hapel.for the program as in church In a letter stationary on Florida, Kent Commission told

It home. businessmen to con
Us fellow
observers of the Washington The robed choir of 40 girls tact George Prentice', Commission -
Speciall Daily TOMATOES19.Medium 1 scene have suggested he ang the traditional Christmas director AMAZING
12 CanCarton may try to get all the big farm ;songs beautifully. The white "His office Is equipped" wrote' LOW PRICE
Food 89 trganlzations together on a unified theman
Dog surplices and red ties gave Kent, "with machinery for
for
program agriculture School
angelic look. The
to general membership
mailing your tins 'JIII1tale
YellowONIONS' I believe many people think conducted the service taijf '
chaplain to other Individuals
or any
hat, u the saying goes. It will Those girls whose families to whom want Tops In styli-fltw etusto design -
you may
Special! All Crisp Sweet be a good trick If he can do It. were unable to go were given to appeal for support." In two-tone grey and gnu
Nevertheless I note a start In Interesting hostess assignments asked to
Businessmen were
Mixed Pickles t; 39e I 29'' I that direction was made wheDreprfllt'nt.tlvel ao that they might not have make "tax deductible contribu e engineering idvincei give jot
of eight farm
g time to crleve- tions" through the Commission MORE liNt Iron leu Mil
,
met recently at
organizations
The campus was beautifully to the Co-OrdlnatIng Committee
decorated. Their decorations attract for Fundamental American e New human, blowers, Mat 0.
Special! All Crisp Whole Kosher Red Delicious a good bit of attention each Freedoms In Washington. changer
rear and upon announcement In Prentice said he has already
Dill Pickles 33c t the local paper that the special received some Sfl.OOO( In contributions e Compact fines fit wjwheni-
lighting effects would be turnedon from Florida citlaens blend Kith any dea rAND
APPLES 2lbs. 29 Sunday night a steady aueamof the month since the drive start YOU CAM ADO
rolled through the
cars ed. What money not needed
Speciall Lady Betty ,_ grounds from dark to bedtime. by his organization, be' said, AIR COOLIMO AMmiiet
40 Ox.Rei '.,ot'-' Several groups of young lingers would be forwarded to the organization
We" Find out about this wonderful
Prune Juice 49c
School giving
the are
from In Washington. Money *
BO. G was tlrsos-oo.te tnse wont SAVE\ 30. ear pleasure in that area this Sea Is raised, Prentice said, by year round comfort conditlonar
with the t low Mil ;
natty prtefcXlt
son. On December 7, at the campaigns within groups such
PLAN STA? ,Fs i Posts Florida National Bank of Ocala, u hotel and restaurant associations. RICHARD MORRIS
Special! Sunnyiield Long Grain .,..... .. .. I Fence about fifteen young robed singers .
."... 11I'I' tt.'"DI'r.N1'A' g ve> a short concert of Despite s $7,000 budget for Refrigeration Service
Fancy Rice 2 ik 29c the spiritual Christmas songs In his office, said Prentice he
a r: roadab the lobby at the Invitation of "probably wont spend anywhere ROMA E. HORTON
'yothw'tdt1 the Bank. near that much The Plumbing & Heating
l : Ut Another group dressed In red money, he! said, will go for such
ou skirts, and white blouses with as direct mall or "anywhere the
GADSDEN
-.H" SHEET
Christmas corsages will sing a committee sees fit"
Detergent group of secular Christina; Here la a sample letter w bMETAL WORKS
Detergent Liquid Detergent Prices in this adYef- t1 t1t' songs there und r the direction -milted along with a contribution
f of Mrs Anges Lord oa the of $200 from a real estate SUBER & JOHNSONCO.
D.r e I Ivory Liquid Joy Ustment are ooodLo. 18th of December. A cantata broker In Pensacola-
will be liven by still another "Inclosed herewith" my con .

35c Gt. Blc Rep, 35e GL SSe Ree;. 35c Gt. SSC thru Sat.. January 4. f M.w........,...,....c......,?... MHeIn Lawton' the direction on Deieuv of tribution. _My only regrets a re

Box Box Sue Size Size Size Ba..r.. her 1R
ae1I Most of the clvk groups hold
j .c.....
seH .'1 e their December meetings at the
::::::-,.. School and are. entertained by
Detergent Detergent Detergent Premium Detergent! short programs by the students.


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GI. Lo. GL L9. Gt. I Lb.. 7 01. 55e *
73c
33c 79c
BoX 35c Box Box Box 7ge Box 33c Box Box PenUTreatedPods CONCRETECONCRETE SEE US TODAY

are

Detergent Tablets Laundry Detergent Cleaner Cleanser BIG FOR THE
: your

Salvo Dash I Spic N' Span Cornel !I Buy 'n Wood! qi MONEYYOU



1 Lb.,Box. 7 :. 41c Box g. 39c Size Gt. 79c I!\ox Lb 29c 6 Box of: 93c 2 14 Cans 01. 33e' I I: Post Preserving& Lumber Co. j] BLOCK 161i1 NEED


i (I laaaa-Qiitwy TeL $27407)Ah Hwy 525 to $600UP

Cleaner LIquid Dtttrotnt Shortening AU FlalforsMr. Available alFIETCHEB

j CO. Oakland Concrete TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY
Thrill
Clean While Beauty Hi-C Drinks G.......sjtars .. Products Company

For Dishes nED: stoKE> .A0c. heeler *
San 20c -
H..... Join Thomas Gadsden County Loan Service

: 73c u 35c s. SSe 3 c 57c 3 4 $1.00 j 1a I PIMM MJUs ,-... I 106 East Jefferson SL MAIn 7.7161

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SAVE qT FULLYCUTUP Naturally Tel !, I Around Rirll the AMERICANS turn of the cen-

i '\ a "mirlalliit orlmlod author
; ntrd Thoiatein Viblrn wrote
ucntly) and crllltill) -
I the effects of th* mduntrlalolutlon

l ; : irs.college nf the lpccl lUKlenti Lelaura Uy,rrad ma Class,book Tb, A*

:IiI' I ; : America a pecuniary *o-
; .
d dsTOa r (' \Ira a teacher fart to which could no object eco

.
,
I one or Veblen catchwords
T.tiY COLONIAL .
w.D BRAND CHUCK conmimpllon a
..
h.IOI'd to describe one
1 SELECT < the liar of money, has aturk
ApOD ES two or three generation
FROZEN IB 4 ; col live trained rrltlra of
enlerprla.
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED T. Men: hlntmlan Arnold ToVo-
W-D BRAND BEEF
PRICES GOOD THRU JANUARY 5mrlNN 1 la able to claim that our
tool (TOIlIi INC -eoerC lN' 1M* 1I"'I'Ire shunts, aside the real
F R Y E R S R is. 3 I'k'.n "" vollilion." V* are
l1WD .. furKrlthm ng ao rich,our he says Idcila., that Our w*

KEG 4S< \' PORKSausage. of living I I. douhtleaa
[ BRAND BEEF RIB COVEN.READYJ .
) envy of the rat of the

". 39, rich, although In nut relative many of u*
our own sac
Roast LB. 7 that term At tlmn w* for
REG. 39' LB.
our bade Idealism but It la
KEG. 49 EAT RITE SMOKED .
< o that thla British hip
25' / LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE ,Inn underestimates our
Sausage LB. 39x LIMIT 3 AT THIS In rrlala, Too many
". probably do forget

REG. 691 COPELAND LUNCHEON COv PRICE ORDER WITH OR MORE$2 50 LB. G r. B e e f 5 P LB ..our art magic*abundance of Congrea*come or White nut


Meat FAMILY PACK Whence Our Wealth
; Oct, affluence has bMQ mad
>Mlhl. mostly becaua of the
'. of freedom. granted by
American Constitution, not
least of which la freedom
-1i Individual and
opportunity
.... Economist John K.
now returned to liar.
from White lluua .r -
baa also focused our alien
on the "affluent" aoilety,

SO EXTRA STAMPS GA. BRAND 3' P k MORTON APPLE CHERRY, PEACH COCONUT aa his* hav Image. too baa much tl, mon 1'hll

Brick Sausage ,.. Fruit Pies JFs;I ..It admit Inca the not natlon'i that find consumer tcoiiomxt It lnod.

view argue that a larger
2S EXTRA STAMPS PALMETTO FARMS k ; MORTON: CHICKEN, BEEP, TURKEY, HAM, Inn of th. economy ahnuld

Prepared Salads All Flavors Thrifty Maid ; SUPERBRAND Gr "A" Fresh Florida Dinners 2 FOR l ..,.tunneled and. fur public education to houalnii ovtrnment, medical

1It">.ai'M\ of the fait that DIll
25 EXTRA STAMPS 2-Ib. SUPER8RANDCottage '. economy depends on the
ICE MILK ; LARGE EGGS I, HV HILL GRIFFINOr'geNip2' nf aonaunipra, goods
nut he produced un'ee!
Cheese
"pi. want them. It la the ace
<;:: demand nf people{;
.
a m $ ..*.drive Not only our Industry does this to p.vto....*
HALF SARA LEE '. get out the gixida. It also

'JL Stamps GAL 3.9 ? 2 Dozen 1 : :In tax whatever revenue Services poe Ibl.that,

50 Extri<2W Green eQNf Brownies PKG. federal" provide budget of nearly $100
wrm THIS COUPON! AND PURCHASE o* a
m N. Until m Qrmrlh ;
I.O. OHM aoUTMMX I cacti I If there; la any ,....... for I
Shrimp BurgersTM :-'v.:.::(*tit!* 4MM.*-"--...... not having enough "hoe.
'* and hoots, It certainly
0 0 U 4TN
., :; JaNYa.NKrANY '* nut II. In th* chart that
d T SAVE 6< EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE RED DELICIOUS I I .. wealth rod till public
.1 t .,. Thla la the outmoded
-... ilttlVHiiViff HHBBail;-- 303 I *" that there I I. only a given
S auce 2 Cons 15" I' | "' nf wealth or work, If
dx ran Improve our role ofrowlh.
; 1. r ao aa to move the whole.ceMOn

2t 50 WITH Extra THIS COUPON iJ.v/:AND Green PURCHASE Stamps OF SAVE ,3, .EACH STANDARD Limit 3 with $3. I Food Order ? i''r I".* the, ahead xt-callnl<< at a"publle fatter ,_..#,

'" will be tntllled. Ie pro*
Two Ia. MOUN comer KIN.Hushpuppies ,"" ."* .h..., and even prt
Tomatoes 301 CAN 9l ; s philanthropy aim will b*
In*: harder In provlil. dhow
a .1'11.11 and ichiMil
AT YWINN-DIXIE, SAVE IVit EACH EVAPORATED Limit 8 PieaslI' Such curious rrllli have dos
1 : tMMrsiwwmwiwwm'', ( ""'" mylha that are a dlrerl
EXTRA .. lo the Amerltan War.
$1 ... myths amid. up to an at.
I :. M\\ Pet Milk. 8 TALL CANS 0 FANCY *n on the Hi*freedom right to lo our delrrniln aa well

r : eon..llIu'' the III.
good
50 Extra&tf Green Stamps W SAVE 3# EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 10 Please / ow selves and hence Ih*
PURCHASE Of A P '' '" lo ua.
WITH THIS COUPON AND Kjj our money .n
f, hona.. lleildei drnvlng In.
Two C .TOH. RICH a r iM IBM HM '
Milk 10 cons $1 freedom from this

CoffeeNRichN Evap. "nf the fund notion or money that I owner* anli-,
Tit footer the> Idea thai
AT ANY WINM-DIXH Ji" SAVE 9h' EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit. 2 with $ food order IN rkh' even aver.ice

47 ....... I I _.,. 2 (IS. I /hul.".rich world- a|I.urea had. dais tl-

C t U 12-os. BOTTLI 9 I "'*,
Jil S
I a P
... Tk. fewer *f r.nmntrr

50 Extra a-H l Green Stamps SAVE 6t EACH SOFT WEVE limit 2 Pkgi Plow U. S, NO. BAKING POTATOES I> W*aa may...m.condemn erlf IndulnnV e/aat asj,)
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF I 11 I* put our free economy tin.
ONI Pu, noun aeuTMcml r suspicion I.1 great nilalaa, .
Russets 1 0
Chocolate Cake Tissue Ie 2 ROLL PKG. 19 I & miss. aa roniumpthin It doe an lavportaiit aocicty,

,
Dow mutt luxiian 4-m SW[[r JUICY ",01111)" on freedoi want
I !'Jon. to mjoy a alaillar 1"4-
AT ANY WI..DIXII 'J T SAVE EACH JIM DANDY OR CABIN HOME .
44 1Oa u. II I* puailbl that w
kWO I.:... s': '; Oranges 5 lAO lie. getting th... ....UOll.i *
,
ro.o gradually to Uri pemrple
... . .... .. Grits Meal I : i the Iron Lurtua). Either:
/'J'" ......... .th..-}./.:."..Greco.... ,' ...Stamps.. II'.;...10 I! a. or L;:; .. ......'.. ..*.. a rnruumer* there, the tin deuand prodw of

50 Extra* j want* tian; can ever lie
',r.d.j .
THINBStrawberry tat_ ;' 1m 4.. _"-_ j lan people, tat M*
.ra-:: "'' I ,.a .u'
d :.. .JfA" ,' ''... able tie show greek-,
Preserves and. greater Inlerenl In onn-
,
A. 1 ) ;n guod, UM world la bet
Nee TM.Y.wooer a.w 1 c and aafrr, If Ihrlr ay.tem
AT ANY WI.'XII' fi' .. IM .* nut pruvldV ll. good
CHOICE .
.
4S 1 .vices they read about In
GREEN ii'i'iinirim N .. .,
/ Rooburk (atalo*. It may
STAMPS / "VACUUM PACKED : :d then lo want bailer eye-
4f; BLUE or WHITE ARROW 1 .. II will be a haptilir:/ day
Aaierlr I Ia know all over
Astor Coffee world XX at a iuaoilm at
SOExUad.N'GreeoStamps Detergent I I
/y ., ,but *. a ..1.11I11Icon
W1TM.THI1 COUPON AND HCHASg Of ; .
conwiMT U k *g The
F;] 0.1A.". C.OOO. A L tiIJ may then 'om. t* know
the liberty and

j Fig' Bars U. GIANT BOX J CAN 49 X .eojoy rlt......".has War mad. and.....Ibl.that freedom UM the

AT ANY = XII SAVE 11' 4 8 t/ I 'SAVE 10* 'whole.-o..-()-'.t.H..-. .uaderglrd-


<<, tfella and )u'k acrtad
i ::: NEW BLUE Sow 1\\$ lJ MAXWELL MOloC( "oy. IUSp AoMtica la out only sip
'but II I It highly .ponft..

aed N'G peep s \ Cheer GIANT 5811 AXWEU.. Coffee 591 41 pee Club'"., bttt to AAA IM|, Peninsula blUl Th*CII elxrvup dollari" Mo-


oN.toecww+ rT 1 '1\ Limit 1 with $5.00 exW 'T (HOUSE N ;nit I With $500 food .' Y ..-"-. -- .-

Bayer Aspirin h *V ener food rd.f. A1 or : ,,.. "der er 1\10" y47Lr
Nee Tow ITN e \ T V' < ri...rlda Alcohoa .. ..
"
:;DIXIE "' ** / Program pfuvld.* |h*
AT ANY = .li1 J* crJlI.f&If''lIget .* el aa Induttrlal seer
Ie help" but4n. and lav
,- ry suet the problem of at-
anxin| .mpl ,-.
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.. In tAi. hwrt of Cnrtltf

a g t lllerd. j :ne, el Big attractltia Ctpreo, Turner'I* flof
e.fIJ

a erJertf ihtJ "Hf/J-'to" "".wUdrwa.the JAIl,prlmltlv"* Gardens.( Ih.beauty* yprwe It f...,-



315 West Jefferson Street ..... Pat Swayed fur
..'10. rare hurM*, la aa .l.
bird yiaiiiiUn ...110I.
emit", ... la Mouth rl park I* alas aa) Audubon

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PACE TEN _. OADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY FLORIDA.THURSDAY,JANUARY !. 1864i


PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY

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JANUARY 2ND THRU SATURDAY

I I JANUARY 4THCNICS .

More People Than Ever ,

.. Are Shopping at IGA!

1 Discover,01 thoutondi of our luitomeri
have,Ihot IGA meani complete elec-- CLOROXBH
,, Ion, quality product, friendly service
? and low prices every doy If you haven'talready ,
paid a visit to our tlore we
'.' urge you to come in today Give ue the I
opportunity to ihow you the many advanlagei -
i E you con enjoy by doing oil In Plcntte eft,
IGA Mole 1964
your food ihopplng at ICaL
a Mvngt did! year .you'll be glad Coalain.rsyou ", ,



, $ LIQUID DETERGENT
4*


i\ _' IGA Excellent Z4 OrL 3 9 c
P0 k
.' .A I r For Dlshei



y N M yy .p Chops COMO SiMTISSUE 1


'' %' II Another IGA 4 Ron 19 C
'
.
;r ) 4 : Packap.z:1.L .

: ;, ; : 5 gc'P

RK & BEANS f



PORK Tomato In Tcmty Sauc. 3 Cans 300 29( 1?
TABLERITE FRESH IGA Brand ;
PORK STEAKS lb. 39c -

p 1 I TABLERITE FRESH
PORK HOCKS lb. 29c PEANUT BUTTER'

TABLERITE COUNTRY STYLE

PORK RIBS lb. 49c 1
C TABLERITE Homogenized 2 IK 4 9 c a
1 GROUND BEEF 3ibsU949c Pal Brand Jar a

.
TABLERITE ..
/) SLICED BACON 1 Lb.Pka... s;

III. TABLERITE t
;
SLICED 1 Lb.Pkg..
BOLOGNA 49c -
ROUND WHITE
7h


3 POUND BAG ? '
WATERMAID RICE Only 45c 'r Potatoes ;
CASHMERE BOUQUET
LIMIT ONE WITH IS 00 OR
MORE FOOD ORDERFA TOILET SOAP 3 Ban 31c #' 1
TOILET SOAP
B PALMOLIVE3 Re Ban,. 31c
LAUNDRY SOAPOCTAGON N
1 0 lbs.33c
2 Ban 23c ,
LargePackage 19 GIANT SIZE
C :
LIQUID VEL Each 63 C GOLDEN ;
HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER I Lb. :
CARROTS 2 23C
I "
HILLPEACHES AJAX 2 Cane Med. 33 BaqlOAE :
BUBBLE BATH GOLDEN RIPE
SOAKYGIANT Each 69c t BANANAS Ib.10c'ACTIOl
; SIZE

BLEACH Each 75 C .

Na Can 41 19c

.IGA SLICEDBEETS ICA EVAP. IGA SWEET PARLAY IGA FROZEN VELVEETA
'
FISH
SUN AID APPLE MILK PEASGERBERS OLEO STICKS CHEESE :


JELLY29c 2 c':. 29c 3 39c 2 Cans' 39c 2 Pkge. 45c II Oi.Pk*. 59c 2Lb.Loaf 79c !

U. ;
11
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STRAINED
BABY FOOD 9 JonI 99c35c WALL'SIGA
ROFDf HOODFLOUR
CHKXENOF.SEACHUNK FOOD LINER
.
TUNA Co O* / IM WM(ADD NlMKA SkMt


CUT CORN 24 Oi.Pkg WILSON'S
29c
2SU>. $1 IG SUPER MARKET
Paper Boo POISBURT II Ecu WasAlao>M Strel
I FLAKY BISCUITS 2 For 29t: QUiNCY, FLORIDAI



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within fetirt*** days after bIdt'C010tra010rs I lit THe CIRCUiT COURT OFTOIS
: &C'OND Jl'DICIAt. (1- NEWS VIEWS
bIddIng on 110 CUlT o" t'' !,IPA. IN 1 ANQ10ANeER -
I CLASSIFIED ADS ONE STOP LEGAL NOTICES 0.1005 proJIt't will be roqulrsi to OA CO\Nff.) lie I
furnish a r.rurt.d 0' coiht.raohock.
bid Iced or bank drift Inlb. )tTPtrtCI TILLIT.LMTER : Of Gadsden's Colored People
For AU Your amount ot $1,400.00 07IdS PlaintIff
In the Court ot the Count]' OadiiUn Coun ...
Jode, d'llou"t,. FlorId.. bard*I.Olto rlo inStructIon L LH 1. T1LLXT:

Fishing Needs l't Ftc-cats. FUU-her, Chalrmin. Irl: 'l'ON'TaR1I\1\\ 1 Alto AndersonIn Arnett Chapel
No au Florida' Th* auoreiitul low ORDER: FOR
; I SIGN PAINTING Lake Talquln Road In r. l3.uata: ofHERIUESIT dr will b. required to fur"l.h KVICB
EORiRENT IIt.GENB: : )lOIIOAN a rerfortnano ..d pavment ban TO: loiter Tllley Germany Church NewsChoir
: \ Frofeailonal Work W. D. Kartell 8. Roberl ILl ". ....d. in th* amount of t"lt% ot the Addreaa Inknewn
'1'0 All (.redltDri and P... ni! written with TO I' ARK HICRBBT oollftadthat
I contract prk* Germany
I' Poweii -
CALL Hating CUlmi ir Dm.ndi!. nurety eompinir op..I1" and a oornpie for dlvorabove ..* 1 rhertl. ThurwUfirH
RENT Niwly drittp4&Iu .oInll Slid \I.t.: : lleeni*! In rlorl .. acippiotul. haa bsti 11154 agalot pod :Its ho ,Arim Pu Alln Anderaon Jr January t' '7 p.m, All r>

= 1 .M. Tie. IoUh.&i. DAVID MACS \"I and eirh of you are lists. I. the owner, before the swOrd entitled (court and yeu ,,1I'l\n,e parent li\* an Rout 3. pilaf member if5 uri4 to b*:
.-it lii" V1 ,,ore and U, I"y !tlfUd .nd required In pro of lbs een.laet. are roloirod to urn a topy "I Quln11 Mlnecl lo the )d
85 -5W U sent fliimn\ and dtmaadi lIe .n..er or blur p10.11.1 to
nr lIla Owner 3'OeVftiPa rl.hl 'our prt'Old
1" a .um Tilephon MAln 1yi.au tI wIll >OUt or either of y.. m., to rotaStail050 d all &14.. the complaint te the plantiffiMtorniy Infantry DivisIon In German Year alowly pae*&;

41* I --- -- -- .- ----- htvt if.ini t th. eitai ei NOR BOARD OF PtOL1C274tr5l'CTlON. D M Johneon I:I KeelWaihlniten early in November out, Tueaday ....lIln", com.menrlng ..
KSNCi: onl lnr... bdrOotl I BERT EUGENE MOROAN t.. C.ADOOINTT IIreel, uln'y. Florda Anderton ,li tulgnrd ta Heldquarter it 10 pm wtu nc.4rvifea
.... tot 'u 00, .4. Iwo bed utd.. Ute ot laid ('0."" )'. tHe < FLORIDA .and file the orlalnel ot ealdaniwer Company 2nd Ball Illon ,
horn for 110.00 pr moattwlM I' I ountf Judft ot nod.d.n X. H FLETCHERCHAIRMAN or pleadln In the office with the Rev. A. Hu
room pollahtd oak floor. till CAPITAL PEST CONTROL 'dot?. Florida, at lila office It ol the Clerk of the above Court ol IllS dlvinion lIlt Infinity' Hunter, conducUnr. Followinr

t>ii*<. .nd kltohin and .11 mod ,a ourt home ef Sold Ceuni, Pee. II, It, Jan 0. I dl en or before II day ot near Aorhoflenburg, Germany tin opening, Lovefeeet waa )batrved ..
.rJt G"'en'....*.. T. B. ritchr Post Cealnl Tr.lie t Qulncy, Florida within *n A. P. III!. or a ...,.. J."uerY'1 The 20-ytar-olct noldlfr m
OrfJnibora, '1.1 Phone HI I. Cklrel Bel end 'alendu- month from th. tlmif feeie will b* entered lend th* Army last l June and followlnt( by te tamon alM
at th!. whIch Um member mxl
the rim publication
Ht or HI 0001.Furnl.h.4 Kerk r il..tU>. NOTICB fOU.PONIII %1
itt 0. Two ropl.i of sarI dam lit that the AND ORDERED: : at Quln completed boric training at Fort new resolution I looking lorwaraLo
FI RENT ..' down Call TaUahanee, Fie. r 4.manul Shall b In cr111,, Notice la hereby .I".n 075 Oadeden County. Florida, thli Gordon Ga
.. apartment Private bath ., a shill had. lIt. pln.s of r.a f: Board of Adjtiitmenl' of Ills vrevldedtor Code to day et December A. D. Illl H. attendej Carter Parramore U npiiitual and proeperlou
8.. at 1. by ertlon lOll New ) .
.n private anuanc ON and poet offIce aldr..S or (tEALtKttwln: ear .4
call MAIn T..!lF COLLECT of Ordinance City of Qulnoy bout High School :
H. v. 8U or n. ltaim.nL .nd altall be owor" Superintendent. Beaey AWKaji '
::;. II HOME KITE IIS.3113 0 tly Ih. clatmast. III. ..0001tr .I Florida will hold' a publlo heir ClotS. circuit Court ._- !
Uon ir and Jr
/SERVICE\I and soeomp.nnlalby inc at 110 eelork IM Oadeden County, Florida, < Joeeph Long &is.
'at RfcNT Newly d. oratd 'OFFICE 222-3791 U a atlornay tIlIng Ia. of 0.. dollar day. January to, till at the By Pnuilaa B. Sour, Carl Lightfoot nounc that Sunday School
tipanlr apartment. Tile tIn / ON Aa a:1 Puhllo afly Off let er flitlon P. M. JOHMIOSAttorney /
ant kitchen Bedroom and -c-c-Il Chins or demand not Corner of Midlion and Craw will bejin t 30 a-m. Aa app ai,
Conuict Mr*. Marl tiled Shall h. void at of Quiii' for rl.I"UtfI I.i mad to teacher and pupil*
In the City
>room I ford Bireete keel Itreit In Murnau Ger. ,
MORGAN, Weehlnilon
HERBERT KLQKNC: : : II
Xk T&l.phon* MAIn ,."". tlr FARMER'SHARDWARE I, JR. f? on th. appeal ot Wra. F. S Qulnry, Florida to begin the new rear by aUtimtlng

't* HKN room houi. win 1 Ai ..Mutor ot the Last WII Chambarliln from U. denial the ef Dee II, tt Jin I. I 41:. |
.f
a ;room.. It mile. on Attapulca Plumbing Fixture Electric and TMtament of MRRBER1: th. 8111141. I..pllt' hot IN THE COUNTY Jl'IXllCICOt Mirnau. Germany Pvt Th mornlnf worship tervlo

Hllhway tn Call West til.Kimstreet Oil. Suppllea. Pipe ind Fitting. KtOKNK: MORI1AN Elsoombor d.raldFlrt 1*, City or yuinor.for permit'. n.nrmBplication Oil woks :s: RT IN AND FOR GAL*' Cart Llnhttoot ion of Mr and will commono tt 11 a.m. They

ward. Mltord tiKJ Waist Miatera. TUe Board 101 publication dltlona to nad allerall'na pt n.. DUN: l-OUNTV, FLOKIDA Mra. Murray Llghlfoot, Grftnacomplettd pastor will b* Bielated by IwaJ.rnictctera .

Cai and Oil Heater MAIn 7-8149 OARDNER AND UNESAItOrs.y. reeldence at tool Veil Kin NO Illl a four- rrk whelad W, A. Umpb.U.;
RAYMONCit.
RENT OR SALE Nlcltw 1 tweet City ef Oulncy, tbe IN RICa EKTATB OF ,
.
?*idraom hou,,. Call MAIl toot. II for II Eirutor I*, Jan. t II earn* 'nlh 00 Lot 4. Block *14"Of BATEMAN deroaeedNotlr vehicle malntrnanr court In Carrie Jncktofl Mid Paulln MOo
,.4SOo. ciiW00 Collies Park, became her roeIdenc l* hereby gins that 1 1hav mid.No\'ember at the U. S. Army Millan.
le a aon eonformli filed my Final Return end In Murnau
School Europe,
NOTICE board
ROCCOPIPE Choir Mid tiaher
FOR RENT S roo"f bulldlnf. becaii ef IneuWolentlit KenoiWill Eieculor of the Laei on
('opll4.Ifl 7.44t5. Notice ti hweay gloss that th and front yard pice and t"'T of bsymaod Germany on. v.111 serve throughout th
loin or Adjuitmtnt |>r.,.1".41t..r ... havtalia Light foot sap ImtrucUd In
OR ALE: Two beil. the proposed addition I and alteretlona 10. Batoman. *at. d, and .

PIZE r.m RENT boua. lo..t.d .t labs 'l'ai. & SUPPLY CO. ThI- of Ordlnanow by Patton, II City II of*t the Julnoy Codi anlred ve would rd epatei.Thli enrroack. en sold of Pliiributlen filed my Petition end my for Application Ordei. ahop lately and, preventlvt: maintenance proc.d-: dif l' Communion will b. |iv.Cfollowint
inspection
rr 11100 LiICS I''T; I.hl.c.mp Florida will hold a public ti..r. lith diy of Peeember'llOAHn for Final Plecharia and th. meeMfea. I
TallahooPes Doo. 11, II II Ii5E. 44 YEARS OF SERVICE los at I:I* eVInck P. M Hon.dr that on Ih* Hat day ef JanuaryIs \II'f'\I. The ten4or! uher. board will
.January 1114 at thPuhllo < OF ,. .doc-k He li rerilarly tanlfned M I
> ApJt'HTMSVT tOrSO
F at
To Thli Area I lfl. t.lolm.r :: n\eet S U horn of Mr
CtatlnrC at \* ,
,., BENT 1 4 room turn' looSely er ThIS CITY OF QUI21CT. FLOKBy 5000 thsrosflur so mechanic helper in the BOIl p.m.
l.ivM ipU Hot and Cold WatufuOllehid PHONE 222.IS1T ..I .'rner of MadISon and Criw. IDA I will appty tit tho C."tr and Mr*. Council Andrew*,
IM F. Winhlnrtorft toil trti In th. City of Quln- )t. I. nalai, Jr Ih..d. ef Oadnden county, Flor Mmtlun Tank Company near Miat Eloulie AMlrrni ..Melaming. *
> Phone No. I7-7J8J.. Call 1119 S. Monroe Street i-y 'n th* app.s* of Pearl Burnettmm Chairman hIs otflce In th. Court Koioerolouilo'rn (>erm.ny.Th \
.r c-z pm. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA th. denlnl of th. bulldlni Ja" .. |( In Qulnry, Florida for apprOMl :2D.>.ear-old toldier entered .. H U J tkon Pr4Wnt.
I"p"'or of th. City of Qulnrdenyini > of eald Reiurn and He tile Army In April IM3: end: Meniben *J* expected M
h.r application for pr port and for an Order M DiStil.I attend, visitors in holeotl.i.Tb. '
mlt lo oonitruot r.ild.ne* alSOI and for Final riletharii hi* been o\mea ilnce (ail
.] Uveoak ltrt In the CII> Ito COURT 5'? Cr011410 Jl'TNhEVAfVOPEI4 ullon and ACE. Lcu will b*.
; .. Ituou.or..r the tail WIll July
.{.t {1"r.I := of ;rl..m: : bust thV'.;l COUNT?, STATE 0 Tenament Raymond Q. B.ti- Ughtfnnt. a lOft iridtiatt, fin 5 pm with PreeidenkiJ :
100 Per lent nit I ot Ihid Pl.01010Ps.NO. .
Nook OobdIvl.Ioo) beo.o.e Ihi till man, dereaiedJ of Carter Parramore llljt, weph Lone Jr.. In (115115. MnW '

Ffl BALm 1IM Dod.. 1/4 BRICK HOMESAny lot "oi' whl.hI I. propoOld If' IN KF K8TATI6 OF .*1.E:aotor.BiteminA ,f the Uat Will School, Qulnry N. Lotif dlre tre**. )
| 1'ooouosdbOnito.
tnl.-tro'1k. took. and run. llkn Site Completely FlrtUh 00"'lrurt .ueh r..ldon I I. norof MARY 0.! ROGERS, that I and Tenement ef Raymond OBileman < S.orrinr.hIp: will barla, :
liven
tt. Make offer H. F CovettJrilli ed. Prim Start .. OuffIrloot aria sod ..n.. ti herehy pllnllon fo- dereaned1r e) :*0 p.m. Official Board meet
of lick of aufflrleni rear yirtfIPTh1i 1.05 fll.d my
iiArXIHI1IOIIO and TnwleaAttoritoy 2 Couples Hosts
4274311. $7200 Fioal Dlirhst.e aaon000tf IIID. I I.Ior aory .t Law I 7 p.m Tlttoda,. Prayer meet

7.IS.Z'1 Uet m"d.l, Ind diy of Jinuary. tlM Lint Will sod 'I'.nI.mont I. auln,' *"lold.Uldrno lot and Junior choir rtheartaJedneidar .,'
.14 dr"p.ln .m'. 1'ay toot for 1 Bedroom BOARD "PO ADJlRTMENt Ol ._ 5flarp. dou.a.od. andthiton y ,. for ICnou'olaPDot. At Yule Dinner \\ A:30pm. ",
potiS'ol' of ('niP UG.", 'rIll $46.39 month TUB CITI Of QUINCY, the U diy of JinuirvA II it, Jan I. I 41 I
m.n.l.r Atlaa BawlniCOVera per FLORIDABy IV Illl. at II:00 clock A. Mor fclmmi
-II N. Palafox (t. pon. W* also accept your aid home ... & Bit**. Jr. ai anon thereifter aa I mar In lOis Mutt ot IllS County Mr. and Mr*. W. A. !
e.ona, Fl.. Mall early I limit In tridc. ChairmanJ h. heard twill ipDlv to the. Judi*, Oididin County., Plot Id.. .nd Mr. and Mr, \V 5. Akin United Fund j
axmuntonly. P... li II II O. Box 121 I. *. 11. tlNOTH.K County Judge of Oididen Oounty In Irodati.. entert.lnexi with I dellihtful
Write P. Florida el his oKlce In therourt in Put K.ta' ef U..dltlonall.mll dinner Chrlal
Workers
or Phone TO CONTRACTOR Home at Qulncy, Florlili HENRY WALKER ) Report ,
ADVKHTI8EMENT FOR lIftS m. Day
for Final pIsohantSaS.olCs. DeeeaeedT
3776838Cilre Sealed bIds will h. ren. lvd ..n.lit trIo of he I.aet. Will, and Tulament : All Creditors and PereoniItavlnt BeauU/ul decoration, along Th eecond In a erle4 0' r*.
Ca. 10.00 AM. EKT, Thuradiy'ublle of Mary B. R"*" d.c.... l'lalmS or Demandi
with itCh for the 11.'", carrying -
1 GENERAL ELECTRIC January U. lose by 'h. a.h. .d. Aiilnit Held Kilaiei' p ort WM made. Morday evt*.,
UI don to"unt, Hoard or Publl In.iltUttion Dorothy Mirle PmonAa Van and ach of you are hero out th. Yulrtld Seaton ng, December 10, *i CarlcKPerramore

I Bedroom boun Hointy, Florid. at the K>*eutrl. of the last Will by notified and required to pre were enjoyed by th* group.duett High ftchool by th vare
yon H'Ih BALH HelghU. |IUO down Cal I orrlr. oct Initriirtlon'Cour'rHo'uMQulncy the 'up..lnt.od..1 ot and Tetaronl ot Mary KHoiere ..M .nyolaintsan it 4 StoSOd..11th mere Mn Vlllle P. and neighborhood

1, I. I07. Jan J. l_ I .. deceaeidr you or either of y.u, mayhave Jirkion Hint of the hoiteueiMr work.'YtThor
_
43o I S BEDROOMS Florida" for a.IonIa. r..ory and TowleiQulnc aaalnet SIts eitat ef Henry United Fund Drive
This I H FOR SALE tiry ,,hool (lidiultn County for Kiecutrol te the County Judi olOailidin Suite Moore. JoMpIv 'Jtckior,
3, 14* K. ..tII... Dr. tmetmt. Ato''' '' John Elementary School 114.(OJin
tow \ H.. lute I.*rr. IOns.PIta OIll.r.1 I 000tra.'tori msp Pa.our. >.". ii. it. l*, Jan I It tounly, Flnrlda. al hip and 01mmirk.on.
ff Bedroom House drSwlnpS and ..pooiflcatlonudat.d boos ef end pledten., rrlendahtp, an a-lcll.,
.
..... llrpani l.l.l aUm office In the .o"rL ,
6wn Payment Low timiblMlloB Hit. )ln. ioconibsr 10, 103. Iron County at Qui"",. Florida", wlihIn Ten member of the f.mlly.noy"d UooeJ UIIOO for I new pledge
IIWSEWIVP4.!
Monthly Piyment Fjn.no.Alre.dt In*. !>>>'.. SOIlS II.wS Will He. lbs jfflr of Barrett DifflnBluhop C \TTENTlnl II,.. ChrIstmas bill. off- .'.ht ralondar menthi from ) this Chrlitmii Dinner ., tou4. $181.00 CuterPMramorHigh *'
: 41St
A'hltooll and
1.1. ,
Norman .... 1'11.C.II' MA f-xerl I Ills lima of the flrat publlxalloiof Eggnog was scrod ai thi
Arranred. n. ...
Sat ml"d. A Op.010SS SaJIoo'.o! S ivtw pledr el
r> 111 North Oadidin. T.lla. pour notIce. Faoh elalm eidmaad
Ohio
McMillan, 1011 Mac fee ..II.,..!lnforMtl n.... Ill "'e.110110Jook It. h....., at a mat of tw.ntyflu now ansilahla Ito oaiihhorbaodt.rrltorioS dish be In writing. and tint c4.rIs In the llvinf room,. $1400 tot Ibm" loCal I *i
U III 00) dollar par i.I. with I : ;: tr.tn 04 *0 elate Ih* p1.o.nf r..ldene .
.,Ii.a Drive. Marine*!. Kin. limit of two ..!. per eontrtetorOn how Avon :m Far In. ihall. and office aditr M ol U8U H

I j pre..niatlon ot a qualified I Krvlew wtlt Mr*. Dorothy the .elalmant post and shall be awornt Tanner Chapel The neighborhood! wnrlter rait
F' k BALE I room IOUSSI e. 1-- iropnial, th sraatp.fao I, 001 will I Martin A"DnI..,. ManeierP by the claimant hi. aaenl.hla port Uvc'mleaj! Mr*. tlhel: Stokn,
a.Me land hardwood tloon doublare b. refunded In th* blddtr .por, o noill4IMtl., Tallahai' ailorney, and any awn ''ialmor : 111(100 pledgee for a total .(
approximately 4 mllei. t Itafatorni,f hit MI te Ihi ar.ihltect *... Florida. demand not ee tiled. ahall bi Church Notes '
t Othatmhoochee: Juet oft Hwy. HOMESKingsberry '. nffir in .ool ronilltloi I n*'. II. Jin I. I. tl It veld. $14000 Mn CMxteley La' ''!,

*tosTeltphrn' llT4tl after i lists Bank .... -Ella Mia MoMlllenAa IVealdlnf EMer) a T IT.00, Mn Thelm" Powell T,.

p ox_ so. T irons. ItcAlpln.I Si REPORT OF CONPIT10H O'" THB: Qt'INCT bTATC BANK" admlnlaireter ef the relate 1 t.M W* tint quarter "flt"l'pledget and ,uh, AIr, Rr ..,
b "v II Jan. ,. Weiaer, d.o...e .--- of Q.itncy In th. 0late of Florida at Ills eloae ef buemeien / Heiwr publication fwemhor;: IIH 1061 CoflfereiKe yr ftft Sun, Ftelda, : -e ,

OLD LEON SNIDER pecmher II.' till a"1 >l. P.I*. K, Jin. I. I It 1sIS IVeemher it, 1003. at II nd each,t.'IOmTtJ &

... Cub balancai with arbor A''IIIT'hSnb.. .os cash In lbs Court ef the cunt *m. He ihared U wonderfulro Robtnaon ".70, pledge. ani

II.m. In proeeee ol eolle' iu>n __.._ I 1,007,41 Juda*. Oadide County Florida, eei* with the pastor. fflcce. .run and Mn. Violas D Kally
Watch This Space Cnlteil ".t.. Government oblliaUone, In PronaieIn mmhi MM! fnetwii. Itii $11 pledge Th. total. III $H-'
.' direct, and uaranteed _.___... .... ".__' I.til 4111 rot E...,. of rialienre : t'
:. ij Each Week For waa Whet Ia 10. 1
----. Oblliatlnni of main and political subdIvisIons ._ III.III II MTATK or ICtiyArlFTII 'tooAsoolr.tomt"
in.n.so* dwronnu r : Greenwoodand The Real True 14410II overdra.ru) .._..n.._, ._..._..........._ I.III III II D.**...ITo II. beeutlfulljr evjwurxM eirreeee ap-tre.

Values OnMerchandise BenU nremlMa owned _......_. -- ... llia'l| eo lIsting All Oredlter(JI...... er end DemMdi P.....n> IMUI"* tank M a txlwver MXehlenfed ctetlon, M4 (backs "hit n t *

That TOTAL A* ETI ..... ......._..._.........._.-._. 'II.IU.UI" ", ..I..t Bil Eetaiat taofc IMlyhtueJ itaftnaunlljr trlhutor*, sod carbon for tiaupport .
You end ..... of pal ar. hereby I.h Inventory fI'( given In Int.,. .f the

j ; Acres You Can Really IOTA IILI1 51Dsmsnd notified and require .te pre- hlmeelf" H. ..phYi.... UN United fund Drive M'
Sunset d mandiwhich
3 I 4054.115 0' ,414u.l.' 5.00 any '
Depend On For psrln.VS hIp.. and .npDrollnn. n_" ._..,._ I 1.lft.nl" I you. : :rrh.-tl pcu, mhave thief Bui-pone for DIM'I treatin Worker ere advtaed to to t*
Tim. Sod aatilt5s dspopilS of 10".ldu.l.. ...Inn the eiima ef Emahaih wMrh WM cod ever ehUh tfwue epnroexiMng every ell&-!
CLARK PLEMMONS Perfect Service p.rtnor.hlp.. sod ..flptVrItlOs __ 1..n.11I Penelope Kdwardi; dee .... to pralae MI| a-lnrlfy Gad 1 Km In their lertlon until MfoeJ
Dop..II. nf "nn.d lit.... 12 000ttI mass Ills of Mid < uu',ly' le the I
Phone MAIn 7 ISI1 And Yet The (IncludIng I poital .aiotal ......... ,," :: County Judie ef Uadnlee. r; .'I It Officer* re ft hi oo.psoe34.4 I So accocnnllihid. The pius
t.S fhopu.Ili f P0slo loll pouitlt-SI I pubdivl.loes i ==== I.mm ,. riorlda. al III elfie In the, for their .pJ40..1I! <1 reperl. offered I I. made to fH INs pun*.

t. lowest Prices In r.rtlfl.d snd ntfIoorO' oh.ck., oh.. ... .", ...... ......_.. 10,11\1 nssrt or'It aald Ceanty ituiney I A* lnvtu| I I. e tended toeveryone "fledge Now, pay Late/'. jj|

IRTS TOTAL rlF.POC1TS .... 111:1::: :: <) wlthle eia eel to *rn *i>d wnahlp
j, Gadsden County. (a) ToI.t dwod i.po.li.-:.:=: : ; $0I ."u m.olhu from lbs Silos oflb.
LEONMOBILE ( Total tIme sod fIrSt p..II..tloII .t 11. So'lice. it Tanner ChepeJ *t MiyUm Mission Holds
and 1- L.,. Model 0.Z. An" saolnis d.po.llS __ I '.arull" 1'.. .nplll .t ontli .1.1" .
Oth.r 11.11110. _... .._.. 01,1071 or dsmaod 04511 .. .111 "')U",, '
; PANTSLAUNDERED HOMES matte FlUf'r.F1.WASHER end shall posts the Here '"t r... Council Holds Annual Dinner 1
I TOTAL LIAilLITIM: ____....._ 001.011tH II 4 ...
ki rlaimant and ahall be itn
i Salei ServiceNew Will P.* For Newt CAPITA ACCOUNTS t* by Ih. rlalmanl hIs .tntt. erillnrney Session Hero Th Simhln Bend will HIM!

1.Year Service Warranty rapltalt Common stark, total par Value ___._ I $ e.e0S.. end a. .aVIV panl.d ny a Thitrxliy *.f'I p.m. jkl

& FLUFF DRYREPAIRS Moo. Virlett. .urplu. _' .u ... .".._ .....".........-----0 10'8' 'h Ulna faa ef one dollar and eu. h The Shepherd" Council Mi he homo of Mn. Ethd Bloke
'. Gerdner. Coneor Slewirl. Priced So Low ndlvlded pronta .. .. ... ...._..____. .__ 1I..n II claim ne demand 11 a* filed ...11 t', fifth Bun-lay. fWembermentlnf All member" are urq.4 to etUend. .
....... voidAe .
It. (and retirement aoocunt e*
Nice clean Uaed Trailer for preferred capital) _. --_ .. ,..,... .. M. 1) Edwards *t Alotdow4l ItMnnarrlapUat VMtor *r. wUetn .5
1 yi r and ID" Wid. You Won't Believe It eieevtoe nt the t..t11 Church. lxxl(. 11 vma rrbUy 7, p.m. the Chur|
I TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT ... i S L'".IH.II.M and Teetamenl ef III..b.: ,,, the with A. IIUdliSSSdttof.rq5P4. be
and entertalitinf lotlfe. will
hiUL
dreeed
s W. tride tot furnilure *iol .".101'. Kdward; I
ALTERATIONSfMORROW value TOTAL t.lABILITlrI AND Plod publlrtln pecenber II I. Pllle Good Bh rr.i lle d< of .umi4r1.e, effect

|; IDtbIDg tu'IToU. AOCOUHTa ._...__. .. Ill.III.lei iSMUMORAIIDA "''. Tilt mMUnf of.n4 promptlyat and tntoreeted member* uurged .

W. HIV XOOt SEAL COME IN AND Oardo.P Altars. S 4 for U.ES.041e.. It UII. James MUM worn inharie to kttoivd .t

llabllltlee 0. 00. 1055. Js.' I. B. 11. .tlt of a ahnrt dtvotkri*] Bupt. Parthell Gainey u4noume
aeeln4 te
V. S. 10 M mil ...1 of GET THE SURPRISEOF Alien plotted or lm1nl ., .. .
and for other purpne. ( notea and ",. ., Preoedlnf the kueiiMMuttn tht Sunday Hchnel

*1 DRIVE IN Tilqula IDA.Tallahauee. YOUR LIFE bllla redleMiinted aa* aeeurlilee eold In ("urt of th* lO."" Jud.*. Ml** Und Wile, will begin I:10 *m. AR teerhien "

; with atreml to r.poroOta..O ._ '117101* Oididin Cevaty, Stat effieri member of the tout ohurth, extended 1 nd pupil aeked.
= CLEANERSH (r* to l >
Florid r-.. as abas11 aM' .re aftso .....U.. .'.
--... C..rt.od .f vl.MIa tsar?. of .. ... .,_ '_ 11114I. In probaie.In rrettfif ta keiwlf o f IOtaloooprh. elude In their new yean reeofe.Mo .
I21J Wed Tenneetee t. B. lures, Oaekl, ef the ....,*.*.m.d bank. de .ol.mn. r* Ih* Betile .fFMANK I .. attend Sunday 0eboe
ly affirm that thIs repurt ef rendition U trae end eerreot. le the IMWIN PAVM. D. J. Mnrfin, tke ri eM Phone 222 HIS beet .( ny .......104.. lad billet I>e.*ee41.T flrM*:VKlMl th* openkiff oj Tb. enr1 4
morolfiff
f P. Burnt AH Wb-n II Me? CootrS' worship <.
VACUUM CLEANERS Carr..I-AII.! KMioe I* benny ilvea tht U the biirfniM .edom will ommeiw M II I m. Ch lron
:
U D McMillan roy Uwreno lM hie final r* Th rolUrUne *f UIM front *, and niher. board on*

ani lied Cle.nerIAny Wm Bradley Munre port ii e4mlnlxrte of ih.* e*. P11140001505" |odf<* WM the fires both Mrrke. .
Kew MiMng M
; 1- t art amlly Sloe J. C Hineon ef Frenk Erol: Ia.... derieeed
make model MANUFACTUREOUR tHrectereIBAL 1511 .n the *c.n>U. Th amnunt 141.| Th. Rev. N. B4wen will brlif
3,4 WE IiRefrigerator, \ ..***** : mil he filed hie pell
y .::, ( : ) Slat af Flerldi O*.nty ef lIad...*... HI line tie t til erherie. and thai erW4 emmMU4 U lit.40. ThenUrtelnUif the. tnltl% rn-,. fur the row
$45.00 ..r.... ... Ill. *000* dIp atDarmnb.r. .
.. Iwopo to sod lcboorIbot te Ihe $norable rMnmtWM ysport.
he wit) apply
wlU V
Jt Writ Boo 314 or OWN 'h' I .m .ot so yemr. iNy CllmmulllOfi *
tI'. as I h.r.lp oi01lty Touniy Jadie *fJ4od
Perfect Slip.Snidor.Wdllz. It Roynoldi .4 INs wm .,f 121.00, tot a after tit
5' PkOD 317 MSI .lfIoo, .r liraIder .f 'hit 1mb.ty .n I ouatv FlMlde. en lbS .",od Immediately *
5< Ga. MADE ) senmiaooos sapIro. rr' '*r7 II iv*.. iitb dSP If Janvary. 1114, frerval ".114 total W HIT.40. minire. .*".
: Cilre. CUSTOM H" r r>*viitMn. Plol.rV P.."... II et ea ant for finaldiwkaria The eiwfcUnr tmmlU renried rre4deni.. |h4. ColiM .r(*>

I in. Butk M.. it.TREPORT a* a4miaiet .ter ef la* that tne treuurv tossfound *.h. tiendane ef membon ..4rleMt
VENETIAN BLINDS INC. OF FOHMTIOK' OP "CITTZFN" SAME C TKIIT ('0$. .net* "f Pesos Erwm Mve aS'4'v.
ItI be r-t
.. t>. to meet I landyer
4ee...... Ihle let day el p in
OVate f Florid at the ilece ef buelneeeen
.
lbs *
la
et In
PAM I- Q
y | .. derlire4. by
DRILLING .... eember. till A WELL
it til W. J.rr...* II..n.1I's twumker I*. I
.
Lii ITO Ur.r Law.s.slmlpi.IrstW (K* Hums Worthy Rh pr4 D..kIV. Evening 7n; bortJ.
:. BLINDS RCTAPEDAWNINGS eeiate ef
of lbs
:1' r..tvrill' I ComplelaWae S Cool ..I..... wltk ether beak*, and de etaedM A mwI.*... Th mit CeuncllrheeUitf Th Xev. N. Bowen wtUWI"
( ILOEIDA tMvea > in. *
QirNCT. II Frank Krwln: ,
'a.. ltme In proeeie .< eollecllon _, I Til..III will b. *M at (Woe,
.1 Doming Pump lor V JflHNCiMAtteraef the .
lilted Itatee 0..*,....*, eklliaUoni. meeeeteThe
:':' Home er Irritation. lULU AND SERVICE *.,*., sod .*aratMd u.. .. .._ 141*.lilt* for Admleleiratof with ledf II eterulifijr' Thlimeet I T.W.A. PreeMent la K3f
0 STORM WINDOWS THAT SATISFIES ALWAYS Ot>llatl*.* .f .,.,.. and ptlltleal eubdivleleaa -__ 4.4HII| Ill o. Wublniun ytarllsIto. Ptrs.4Qalo.p !*} wilt be heM M Iprtnf.lM ) Th MM sso.UDIN the meeitng
TERRY.ROSAiHARDWARE Other ........ ** *.. and debenurie -' ---._ MeeteeCwperal 1514 A.M'. Churth lbs I Ifl'oo4.y
155. I. t. IS. MilaaUoii Iso
; iawS. ..? __'_ ..__.. _'__'0 1.PS OP II, 3050. ef:: : p:'
0 III Mmh.
CO. ALUMINUM SCREENS Leena and ***.1. (l*.l.4iiII her .. Member are 'r

.III II eorltatl.| ? -. .. I..IU II XCrTI to ftMeml Mntvder 7 >.m. Tile
II.Tonal. Bank rmleM wee4 Illl:II* iT I Intend t* remote the fie will
Monroe
Seuih I Boerd
::: 1421 farnltvre .end ruler. Ittllllt _._ .......OS lllleae **..* .f 1""'* ()lIe.. Saint James MleetoMry epwieofther
;r ....*. Flarld* Quincy Glass FOR SALE Colored Rood MUI' ..... 01.. bIas 1051 "..._ __ I 55Ill. wits ... a rb of tie Ct..." .tMItMoI ChriMna 4lMMN .

5F 222-1IW 101 ( .. a.alm __. .._ .._.__ 1.11110 Court ., Oxtede Cevnly, flee Church News MM Chwrii beeemmt.'ueeday .

'::> Special Motel 'iii'ii.ii'fHLIA.'L'T'.I 0.. <:41 p... weeklyiryir
.
AND COVERALL CO. TOTAL AJIIT H S Cc.Ii
------- Tx* It. II I /*.. I .' tervw* .. St JIIHM A.M t meetingMission .

Ill Wt 7.Sanca Apartment large Po.... .._Ito if l.4lll4..i. 'is TOOt lrcfJJ'toafMrc" Church eeennMhM1 TDitrad' ],
3. ....111I.. )C."'"
UNITED, partiSarasOpa. ass __..1_ .I,5S5..4d (( event J, prayer To Meet
:; MAIn 74841 store 3 bedroom Tim* M* M'tn** eepeeu ef MdlvtdeaJa.prtMreb'p IN CMANt'Z51paV her* ar* red I* renew U Hfaitk
sod .._ 1.551300105 l.le ..dl .
% eevpirailenefMpMite ky *M* *,
RENT-ALLS of Cooled (tetM Ovefaa e..all ,a1a A. W000WAD.f. Friday ereotrr I m. Lev Chapel

at SrevardPhone house pecan and I >epMiie*.l4ln of Xafee( p.et end l ecviageiI peltiml. ..W-:::=: 045.10405* 1.11040: y. feeet eervfee will 1 ke p kel4, At! The City WIde MlaeienifyiMletjr
I .. Mewe MAMABST RIBTWOODWAX. ;
noteM other fruit trees all I =: 54.M; : 'iieoC".m: :: so so000 m1M"' ay. sela sasaonswam Slid I PN.Pam
"; SO
U4-ITII (' ,," ; Def..da.lNlfltCI .d Vetten4. held" ., TeniMf
lie
at1ab.u.i TOTAL TctPIS _._. !?-!. !! : PllI4.OIiiS Wood win

fait Keede StJIVtCX 3 lots. Will sell 5i5 Tul d.a.s4 depelle = 0l.011l051S .... .....* a.ev.4 (**'**'. i SuprUUnU F CJIt.11t.. M. E Chore T.e.
? u4 BawirMt TV on lbs Tei l tim aad Te twry Wendword. Wry "'t..... the all IHchoro, ty .......11'. SilO ,.... jo.n.....

lthaq Rhomp... rioet Sander N.ie too Al I ...... ..,..... tj IIIHMI I* !.**..Mil Marfe FraaklM< ttreel, '*' lad ,., .Ie tom.oowe tII. ..s's M* th* regriii S eever dIsh

1iIIIon. Bed*. Baby Heed male ..* -- cheap due to Obese.S394686. 001111010! ro5.s'ti. c:* 1 rer If. *Uen4inf SAiJNew .rapper wfu be, given. Thl affaire
TOTAL UABfUTtK -
... .. thuS ani
wa.cewaP. two ire ....*, < ." 4loaol n.h "lilia 10me..ft.r.. inmost psre.
UL010S
j M.UT OTHER rma ACT Havana CAPITAL LtCOIRtItIp4'.tt < lr divee bee bee fo..IafaIsst .4 DemeMlan* In Chrt tiMOfairT .. All member ass
br ,.. ebv ae> III CIIt *
.. M... *-r** _... 'Sloe I I. 4450Inoptus yee
r 04550 *
Miel pa' etliw .twml l be tU f-wL
.} p14 Equip... __ .Uf.J' ike ::1. < or.... .. .ct..... An Iokr..ttsg
S UBDAY'SUoo '- ==== r.nr.I : ::: dosS. ye* axkeeeey The metndw wonlil .er-
E4slpaotd. Ea41V14u4 ,.oii.. 7 ::..: =_= file patio 'em'.. I Ie JI.I.M us
Plombd.s a Te .... i.Q 12.9,1531i 'i"'i' Aaevee ,wt'b M I TflAL CAPiTAL A'XOVIOI 100.10411 sod to ee v> M4 iwher basil > will
i. m... oe..e.. a.** *e* p.stt ,
I S O55, 1507550 .00e ie U nil wrre at hoth 1Pf'rito' The KevR ol Thanlu J
._ TOTAL UAalUTtU aND Ooso' Card
0 ___ 11011.111001s00s li euintilf iletar R. HrOlMktMl vlU ferMlhe
__ .
CAPITAls .ucOVIUI : 5.40005to "adI
T.mloi. *555
SM .. Yard Ur
T .
TV SERVICE I \I\0.i !* wddcBU ..III k. *ut A- 4utsoy, I'ie#.... 004 15051 115.II. .. ( ........ The Jee H4M
: 'Jl thank th* many
1 PCI. 1I. day ., Ja....,. ,055 Ike to
._ &JI NI.s. $s4s nI Tw* .., ''" ..u.I la to* nt !*. yean ..*.*.. orM ssu4 Os cn.oe lisbU'tIe. It P00 UtIt SaIl 05 45 55 Dnto.o Pot Tb. pettier t". ttfflrlil tin *,l* all **., the ,e.*ty ..hi .
_
a .... .- .. Serrir....u.a I.*le.* U* bXn. *, MWl .. fr eUw peM .__ fOnododlaS .04.ield Ce.t_ .III .. ....... asala10Os. teilauily he fuardi<< poM- .* trt\* tod. llethee. ,.... kedd
.di..ieM.d a4 nore
i.nrllle
...,. 20r.aomS :wttUaf 0acc*$ dJlvettral -- bute ....... M lbs roost dwsasdsl ,. wtd 1 after .ar he*..
MACE" 1AD10 iTV O* keevtly tnwle I' Jodeo S BraJero.pmldent wool 550510000 le e **ra eei II. to. tit w Ce*.e.*.t pose fc*<*> ng help
.AoriuMM araltabieD.r aw, Lee ** obOes abev eee e'ur **.- Tbl. 4 day *4 baan.bsc. 111.Mvle Mr' *4 4ew christmas Nlghtl
'* 011001RZIIS I ft ADeUte launnr .1 .aS.a.os r.ral .. H_ _________ 14.15414I. A. whhm ic
$ZV1Z5P0 1Z1-lPl2 cMJan4 Y. 0. So.... ....._.. .... _.'. 54 Ohs absts-a54 f7tap5 BeerCeert Awl Doors WM Ik* IR0 < he
5P.o Osr Drtver na ke r.4aInd 20 4ttowafk __.... .. ........ tnrm ibe law r.p.r< .t Meei)4M le tree *e4 ...... C-.t, rtevM ( .bl the itork Market wwto A men I* .14 when ttuutli
and _...., K IM boil ed aey ...IM.* aid ....... Or -. ., hlik Itch UM ferUe aiul MTM without tint looking
.-:. II; Ihetf ncetMcf. MM T. L Jl1II_ .....1aICIM... told all ht* :., U the ..llr..*. ;*
be leaned .
owrniu aboUd eOy Com** lAtaeetlr 4,05.07 cM ....

,. D. E. ARNOLD WELDING SHOP l* ....* wfc* draonatrate toeaetew A.?. M l WMw>.vie ..rd) At .
ttut4 ( M v.
and S mponelbl & Ke eekl l th rt ti kate holiday by mlrtix drting ..
Mely *
tat M
p1414101O
fee ? **n
I MMBKDCC CEOHC1ATotxicc WIled tt* ..... ** ..id.It ., -.O* Ce rt Mlt he4 to tell him aloe je'pe with driving, th* Allt.

:' BtxjTU tm&n tad BCN&M $Mod to Ordw.S U keaUfiy SOUL 1.... of ...." ....eM. Owniy e w< .of:...041.4.o.. before sotIwo M tbl* l*
CoB WIfehc.eSlf..13U Uke M acts <*. t>w*>be... 7 ou:. .*. .1 'y .*.:Jr uel *** (.... iHo*>;;Ml iffotd I* rteliie V>t, Intel 055 [be holiday spIrIt by thinking
S* 4 ea kcBvl be BBT Job. OT farm W. yeert t* nrwMeMaMA .. aftkM er irM% of tMe boalhi .1 I lei Ik* trtdUaom tt 4UeereeiLf r 0, HI 0oms Mhject :50.tar. ( Oils sidety W lhflalvtthn ) 00

1ataiidq Ge kJiber .. a .*..*.J limmlanm Mpine A**>l .. I***. ldal VUkMit *4l*. is Ik* hi *wtyI .
lao.. t MalpiK A. (54. Sc.1

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PAGE TVVELVB RADSDEH COUNTY TIMES QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY J, 1964


Pointers Given to buy paid-up additions to the
policy it a smart move and
millions of people are doing It.

On Controlling Question me why :my Can new you$20,000 explainto policy

COME EARLY SAVE BIG DURING DANLEY'SSALE Nematodes cost more each year than
the one I bought only five yean'
1'0' I thought the cost went up
By Mel SharpsIf only a few cents per $1,000 a

your expensive shrubbery o year and actually the cost of
.
and lawn grass lost their vigor Insurance had decreased.
and rich color only a few yean o Answer: From the few fact
after planting, If your veg e-, given, it It Impossible to give a
tablet were a total failure, or specific answer. But certain
1 If your flowering annuals become fundamental can be given
1 itunted and chlorotlc, which may partially answer
I then your gardening problem your question, First, however
can probably be traced to teem it ihould be noted that life insurance .
o.lodes.Mn.. policy cost are down
A. J Overman, amlitantoili item for item, you are probably
mlrroblologlBt with the paying less for your new
Agricultural Experiment Sta- policy than for lit five-year
tlona' Gulf Coast Experiment old counterpart The coat of
Station at Bradenton providesome life Inturnace has widely declined
pointer In controlling in recent years. For your

STARTS THURSDAY AT 8. SAVE UP TO 50% these which attack microscopic-sized the toots of plants worm need specific to answer know and first however, whetheryour ,! you
new
Sanitation It probably the old policies are

VALUES THROUGHOUT THE STOREMANY ITEMS NOT LISTED HERE. BRING THIS ADVERTISEMENT AS A SHOPPING GUIDE trol moil In important that It meant prevents of con.th identical.(that One it, pay may policy be participating dlve /.
dentin) and the other .
trouble before It atarti, sh Csays. nonpar.tlclpating
Use only nematode-free (with a fixed coil).
I rooted plants for landscapingvegrtebls or One may Include more Dour ,
features than the other.
gardens. Soil added
to the yard or garden shout new policy include a dlsablli.
also be free of nematodes. Even ty clause or guaranteed Insur-
ability clause or other special
though nematodes be
may and
probably... already present in i provision/ will cost more, of
your loll, Mrs. Overman explains course. If both your policies I
the are Participating, the policy
pest problem can be
dividend
Slashed' complicated Increases each year.
by Introduction of
other kinds. usually, and the new policy net
:
premium less dividend) would
Sanitation also Involves thremoval e be more than the old policy net.
_
} of plants found In
r Living any However, the new policy net it
felled with nematodes Special probably lest than the old poll
care should be taken In remov cy net .t the tame policy
Ing the infested plant Intact because of the declining cost age
from your property the warm I You can tee how difficult it It
I-Reg. 119.95 Walnut Finish 1-Reg. 199.95 Brown Plastic Do not add the Infested plant to to make policy cost compari
your compost pile or attempt to sons. Ask your agent to get .11


I 4 PC. SUITE $79.95 4 PC SECTIONAL $139.95 gist also bury Cleaning adds.Important It. Wash of, garden the the mlcroblolo-tools tools well Is 0 the Terence detail to you.and explain the dif-


and permit themto dry. This
You get Dresser. Mirror Chest and Book Case Bed Expanded Vinyl-Damaged It generally sufficient to prevent
of the nematodes.
lPAen.h way to control oem.-!
lodes It to starve them, Mrt AROUND
1-Reg. 159.50 Melody Bisque Finish 4 PC. 1-Reg. 359.95 Turquoise Nylon Cover Overman sayt. The nematodes
which are the most damaging to The

BEDROOM SUITE $129.95 3 Cushion SECTIONAl $279.95 of which Florida-grown otat depend at their plants on living source are those roots of 1 SQUARE

are no living D Eub.r
Bumper Ends-Built in Back Table roots In the soil near them, the
Includes 6 Drawer Dresser, Mirror Chest and Book Case Bed nematodes cannot reproduceand
lOon begin to starve.

1-Reg. 149.95 Plastic Complete elimination li not -
feasible is some nematodesmay Well, the Holiday merry-go
1-Reg. 319.95groshlerBEDROOM persist In the toll for years. round has run down DOW we
However, gardeners can affect all can lean back, prop up our
2 PC.
SECTIONAL $79.95Converts
a satisfactory reduction In num feet and wait for the bills to
SUITE $249.95 beta by removing the food sup come. And don't they come
: ply for one or two month.
fast? Just got one that wag
2 full beds As
length soon 11th. damage is ap mailed the day after Christ.man. .
Large Double Dresser,Vertical Framed Mirror plants parent,and remove the infested Wasn't it all fun though?
keep all weeds out Notice people and chillunt
Chest and Headboard of the area for ai long as
1ReQ.269.95 by Broyhill. French endure you sportln' their Christmaa present
can the
sight of the bald
jackets, halt, bicycles,
spot in the .
landscape.The fun, sweaters and the ladles
Provincial SOFA $189.95 withholding of moisture smell to good doused with their
l-R'Q.179.95Ch.rrytoneFlnlsh from the soil will also result in new perfume
the reduction of nematodes, the I Heard II good suggestion

BEDROOM GROUP $119.95 Green-Wood Trim Back lion Agricultural scientist addi Experiment The majority Sta- t'other Christmas/ day tree- Don't down take- your just

of nematodes do not revive leavet/ up until next year
once they become dried out Ours Is 10 pretty I'm almost
1ReQ.299.95,3 Piece Early American1Req.69.95 Prolonged fallowing and drying. tempted to do just that.
Double Dresser.Mirror, Chest and Spindle Bed of the soil by cultivation to prevent Someone was going on about

plant growth of any kind SECTIONAL $199.95 and to expose the toll from Christmas. How much did It
various depths to the drying cost, the asked? U.Ol:( he an.
Walnut FinI.h40. hot sun la one of the best ways iwered $4991: She shouted
of controlling the pests, she Well, that's enough of that

2"RtQ.59.95 Danish says.Once have I ond how
BASSETT CHEST $39.95 nematode you reduced your to /L'lIrt'o: .
populations
Mrs. Overmsn (And It wasn't me who got the
concludes, great care wig either I
2 Pc. SUITES $44.95 should b. exercised that only
nematode-free plants are used Now what In the world 1 hit
in the '1'.'. been happening lately? Why
1-Reg. 199.95 Walnut Danish don't you tell me little tldblti
Settee and Arm Chair I can print? Even my two
friends shake their heads when.
BEDROOM GROUP $144.95 ever I ask them "what'i new?"
1-Reg. 119.95 Beige /jour oC May I extend a belated wel.
come to Tony Caton, new edl.
Includes Double Dresser Mirror Panel Bed and Nile Stand I tor of the Havana Herald I
gather from hit column, "Along
PULLMAN
CHAIR I $69.95 )
uuranc I II The that he Main halls Stem from With Oklahoma Tony."

1- 499.00 Solid 5 PC. although he hat been associated'
Reg. Mahogany I Question: My life Insurance with newspapers In Florida.
1-Green PlasticRECLINER policy dividends which I have
left with the company to accumulate Mothers Do your children

BEDROOM SUITE $299.95 at Interest, now total ask you to bring something
about 2,000 and I would like good home from the grocery
I 39.00 tore? You ask, such
,to buy a paid-up addition to aa' Their

Includes Double Dresser.Framed; Mirror,Chest Bed my policy with thin. I am told, why answer grocery- BLANK.stores don't Wonder
however, that I have to pro"t'm print
and Nile Stand Headrest and Footrest good health and insurabili menus on the walls?
ty. Is this right? I thought this And! the First Baptist Church
will
of dividends In have formal opening serve
I fuse this way was Ices
next Sunday
my privilege at time. Haven't been
.( any inside yet, but the
t Answer: One of the ttandird building Is
NEWS provisions of a life insurance mOl' Impressive looking
policy la for the use of Thought the tremendous Christ.
annual 1
i ::
11jgir8D/c1Ms8 eTf policy dividends to purchase m" wreaths. on the door very
Itrtkln,
paid-up addition to the policy.
I I But this applies only to current Just got a release addressed to
< 'dividends year by year. Your The Gulden County Tim./ .."
accumulated dividend Well oh, welLSomeon
represent
many years of back dlvl- just remarked that
dends on which you already tmi morning Monday everything .
USED. have selected the mode of p.,. had gone wrong. "And
L1jjjJI ment. ThIN, while the company here Ifi just 10 o'clock he
may permit you to make an alternate added, glancing( his watch.
choice now, It does' not Well ta-ta for this week!
have to. What la more, there la Come back to tee me.
a logical reason why it mil ht
hesitate to make thin partini- More than 3,000 pounds of
R.Q.$24.96 1- Reg. 109.95 Early American 5-Pc. tar change. The company would rough fish were taken from the
2 MODERN DESKS $17.00 Rq.529.95 Plastic Top i be undertaking a statable add Silver River at Silver Spring
DESKS tional I risk with the In a rough fish derby held
4 METAL & CHAIRS $19.95 MAPLE DINETTE $ 79.95 I odds under
R9.S27.9S Blond against IL That Is, a 12,000 total the supervision of the Game
Mahogany
of dividends would and Fresh Water Fish Commla.aion. .
2 STEP TABLES 'n_ $14.95 !le 1 36" BOOKCASE $19.95 I Lions insurance. (Your
Req.SUS Chlldr.n's 1-Reg 193.00 Provincial Cherry would determine the exact age The sure sign of a limited
R I amount). ThIs mind is a flow of .
12 PLATFORM ROCKERS $5.95 means the eom- positive statements
6 PATIO CARTS _._ $3.95 DINING SET $5119.00 .pany la assuming an additional -. .
-
R.q. N9.9S 4 Draw.r8 I''M.OOO risk adequately protect

, 1 MAHOGANY CHEST __ $29.95 1 USED 20 FT. FREEZER 89.95 Oval Ext.Table,5 Chairs !,,lf However all condition, it is known are that equal there I BRINKLEY

Has N.w Control and Relay Is apt to be a "selection I
Re< S3US 4 Drawer 1-Reg. 159.95 Solid Rock 5 PC. the company which again simply FURNITURE CO.

2 MAPLE CHESTS_. $19.95 3 USED METAL BEDS 7.95 MAPLE SET means that there la t probabU-,
$109.00
Ity that more people who have
Rec.$59.95 Black 4 USED METAL SPRINGS $7.95 dust\ discovered they have bad;
Extension I Table,4 Chairs I hearts for Instance are apt to
1 OCCASIONAL CHAIR $29.95 1 METAL BUNK: BED $14.95 'seek this quick way to get menare"
,Insurance, otherwise onavall-
Rea.$19.95 Blond Ra. $34.95 KroUr 1-Reg. 179.00 Plastic Top 'able, than Is the caw with! INO-I

1 BOOK CASE ...._ $9.95 4 OCcASIONAL CHAIRS $19.95 ple la top health. For this res-0 0I
DAYSTRON SET '$129.00 I ton, most companies require' anealUi
R*q. $49.95 Solid Blond i check-up if you
Ra. $74.95 Modem MATTRESS RENOVATING
o"back-dating" thli option Art.'
2 MAHOGANY STEP TABLES $9.95 2 HIGH BACK CHAIRS $59.95 2-Reg. 49.95 Plastic Top 5 PC. sally this Is a safety e: ck In IMS

R.
1 DROP LEAF TABLE $29.95 DESIt the use of the policy dividends
1 & CHAIR. WALNUT _____ $39.95
Ext Table. Chairs
$39.95 Leather Top
R9. Iteq. $59,95 (6 Inch Copper Ton

1 DRUM TABLE .- --- $29.95 1 3 PC. WALL CABINET SET $39,95 Quincy Heat & Cold StorageCustom

19.0 $99.50 Slightly Soiled

1 FOAM MATTRESS & SPRING $69.95 It 10*47.BASEBALL SUS GLOVES $1.00 Meat Curing

RKJ. $1(9.50 Damaged Storage. Cutting and '
R D oratad Din/e9
.1 DUPLEX BED ..__ $119.00 1 CmII.D. 's CHEST $24.95 Wrapping Service
With 2 Foam MatawMMHeg. for Your Horn Freezer -g

.$159.95 Single! lUatonle. Reg. $49.95 Decorated
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