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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 9, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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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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THE: CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE

VOLUME 64. NO 2
FLORIDA: _THURSDAY JANUARY 9 11164 PER COPY TEN. CENT




G. Lamar Munroe. Is Ft S R D Plans To Restudy







School Board Candidate t R alllrt a Gadsden Interstate 10



,,_____ Uu ,
ucurjc Lamar -
munroe Jr -
Quincy businessman, this week Protests Made
became the first .nnou iced Laura Gholson
candidate for public office In Howard Dean To Head

Cadsden County. Mr Munroe By Landowners
will seek to fill! the seat on the Places Third In
Gadsden County School Board

being vacated by John C llin- a And Officials

son will, who not be has a announced candidate that for reflection he- Jr. Miss ContestPetite March[ Of Dimes DriveThe

brown eved Laura A More Southerly

Munroe seeks election to the Gholson from Chattahoocheewas !March of Dimes now pro. I' Route U Proposed
School Board from District A third place winner at the vides the largest single national

Two which Is comprised of Precincts Florida Junior Miss Pageant source of private support for Joanne Thursby By Group AttendingThe
scientific research and
One and Two Quincy and held in Pensacola Ian Friday f patientrare
Jamieson and Saturday In both arthillls and birth Stale Road Department

'I am In favor of taking Immediate : Twelve girls from all over defects Dean according to Howard Named Stork proponed, .route for Interstate
Florida competed in the con llttiliway 10 through Qadsden
steps for the Improve Dean IM4 March of Dimes County mel with almost unanl
ment and advancement of our Campaign Chairman made the WinnerA
I Derby mnua dlsappioval! st a rmblle
educational system It Is Impossible II held In the Municipal Auditor statement on his return from hearing at the ourthouse: her
to take a stand on II I New Orleans. whirs he attended baby girl horn la !Mr and Monday mom In,.
many specific issues as circumstances lum.Last November 17yearoldMlsa a meeting of volunti',r leaders Mis It. G Thursbv B.'A W A small
of Chamber of
I group
,
change and
flexibility I fiy the Oatford Street Quincy at
planning
Gholson was one of 11contestant Miary, Commcrcs m.mbl'l'I.A'hl..11 In.
I is certainly necessary In these L.m.r selected from the 4t 1904 Mann Clr Dimes i ,pal,,,. 4 30 am, at the eluded
and
.1'I".II' county city officialsanil
G. Jr.
Monroe
times. but I can auure that Mate ladidra has
I you sonic, clauses In the four county than 230 delegates: attended County other Interested! people hail
I believe in public education the two been declared the winner of the
session
: r day at
I hlgii schools to participate in a bilrflng on Ih
proposed rout
and will do everything can to the Jung Hotel eighth annual Stork Derby slated .
235 Businesses the Gadsden County Tobacco lad Friday alteration In the
Improve It." said Mr. MunroeIn March of Dimes leadership nun Caiman, advertising
and Junior Miss
Queen Pag I meeting room of the Chamber.
a prepared statement. In I Ih* fight against manager of the tiadiden County .
J :Listed In Quincy eant" The event was sponsored crippling At (hat time Tom Webb a rep
birth defects Tim,,
Munroe Is a native of Quincy by the Quincy Junior Chamber .. and thrills has rexenlallve of the State Road
and attended elementary schools 1 The business population of of CommerceMiss Ghol -- been achieved In less than six Th. baby, who has been Department showed the group

here At the age of 12 he moved 'Quincy ls 235 announces F. B. son, daughter of Mr and Mrs MISS LAURA GHOLSON of Chattahoochee was third yean after the ortsnltatlon named Joanne, weighed six a map of tiadsden County with)

to East Hartford Conn., ,Harrison of Jacksonville He Angus Gholson Jr. of Chattahoochee place winner at the Florida Junior Miss Pageant In Pen hint 'turned its attention to pounds, Jour ounces. Ur lie rout marked In red.
with his parents, Mr and Mrs states that these figures were received not only th.Qu..n' sacola last and Th. Miss them; Dean said deoige H. Massey was the attending The
G. L Sr. and Friday Salw'day present Us noted that experience proposed corridor
Munroe ,
was obtained by a physical count of s crown but also the title phyaklanMr
graduated from East Hartford the Dun & Bradstreet Reference of 'Miss Congenlsllty" Gadsden County tobacco Queen Miss Gholson received gained In the succeantul fight hurkby, who Is employed through the county would pro

High School In 1941. He is alsoa Book for January, 1864 For her talent display she, In Pensacola a $250 scholarship to ths collaq\ ol her against polio enabled the March by the Lily of Qulncy said vide another link In the inter.slate *
which will be-
graduate of Loomis Institute Mr Harrison noted that this dressed In s short frock of pink choica Photo by Martin Studio or Dimes to move promptly they have four other ('hlldrt'n'C.rol'n. system run .
Jacksonville and
tween
Windsor, Conn. and attended month Dun & Bradstreet Inc. silk organza, presented s piano ahead In treatment and research. Id: Ralph Jr., 13.; Un- cola The road would I'enaa
Virginia Military Institute, Lexington is sending requests for financial solo, "Theme From Th. ApartU da, U. and lllll II. stretch:
Va H. is a three year stitements to the 28 mil- ....l...i as I'll Nl..) Now he declared there are The names of the twelve men' ;U miles through Uadsden and
veteran of World War U, being lion businesses listed in the Hinson Will Not Seek nearly 70 March of Dimes sponsored chants participating In the Sloth' would have.. four Interchanges
an aerial with Reference Cllnlisl and and five .d. separations or
navigator Book. These statements Study bpe-. Derby anti the gifts they will
the U. S. Air Force stationed In are essential to the credit Public Schools rill Treatment Centers In operation prevent the winner sis as follows crossings,
England: from vhlch base he reports Issued by the business accuse the nation providing : As originally proposed the
la credited with 34 bombing Information agency The re- Building ProjectSet Improved treatment for A f 100 gift certificate from rout would enter Uadsden front
missions over Europe For the q jests are sent to all businesses Reelection to Board Seat victims ol birth defects and Mury-lkrnney, Inc s 3 piece Leon about half way between

past ten years he has operateda regardless of size. from the In FebruaryAn arthritis. baby sliver set from W, U Quincy and lallshsssm, and
partnership business with his corner grocery to th. million Until recently," said Mr Wood; s pair of Muster Brown cross U. H. M about hair miles
father the Flint Trading dollar manufacturer extensive public school John C Illnson a veteran Dean such uniformly good Shoes from Conerly Hootery; northwest of the Orhlockonee
Company; dealers In hardware Because of the constant flux building program has been member of the Qadmlcn County cat'* was difficult to obtain Today Itexalt york Nurser Set from River bridge and run weatrrly'o
Mr. Munroe has long been In the American business community planned In Gadiden County School Board representing Ulstrltl March of Dimes centers ate Crouch Snail l>rugs; bahys ths vicinity of Fred Spoon
a member of the Quincy Parent- more than (,000 changesare beginning early In February by Two, announced last week. closing the lap that exists between crib mattress from Danley; s rs" Store on the Lake Talqula
Teacher Association and has now occurring dally In the the Board of Public Instruction that he would not be a candidate research findings In the suit and shirt leaned for Dad Road some three miles south of
served two terms as that organization Reference Book data Thus the to succeed himself! to that laboratory and the application and dress cleaned fur !Mum at town It would continue en
's president lie li a mammoth volume must be re- Five rooms will be added at port Mr Illnson declined to of new knowledge at the bedsideof Morrow loaners; gold necklace northwesterly between Oreens-

member of St Pauls Episcopal Issued every two months to keep Haven High School. 11 classrooms r elaborate on his decision the patient," with gold cross from Jalllets. burr and Uretna and enter
Church. up-to-date credit facts In the at Springfield and six "Johnny." as he Is known to Dean emphasized that the 20 Jsrs of baby food from Jitney Jackson County: approximately 4:
Married In 1844 to Miss Jean hands of manufacturers and cUssrooms st Salem. his legion of friends, was appointed Mirth of Dimes Is also providing Jungle, a Kleenex 1 dlapens.er four miles' amithwexl of Chatt
Corry daughter of Mr. and Mrs wholesalers The credit report According to M. D Walker. to the School lliistd to the highest I.vel of support for Mom snd Dad. ear hum hiHichee. Interchanges would
Arthur Corry of Quincy, the which stands behind each en- Gadsden County Superintendent fill out the uncxplred term of for outstanding scientists Manning Taylor Chevrolet to: ; IM built In the western section
couple has six children Mary try In the Reference Book con- of Public Instruction, sealed the late George W. Munru. Ths In the leading laViralorlss of baby. bath tub from Western near Orelna, near Spooner
Ann who la attending kindergarten lain such information as the bids on the proposed construction appointment was made In Mayor the United Slates and other na Auto; 2 blankets" for baby from stur and where the rout
; Sally a first grader; firm current payments record will be received st Mr. 1IM8 by Gov. Mlllard Cats. lions. This year for exampleKMII ... .Young'i; and s pair ol: would cross U. H. 80 In east
Jean seventh grades Arthur s history ownership operation, Walkers office In the Courthouse ; well He has held the seat sins ..>S .. Pasa 'U.., .Itchy ahoes.from W limns, UsiUden! : Traffic would LbeL per.Inltled *
financial that time having had pposl< __ to get on or oft the
freshman at Quincy. High; Lamar stability Thursday January 18 mgn*
I sophomore, and Connie, a than only' once, that being Itm way only at the** pints lead*
\. enter at tie local high school. d. Muar.itnnt wcuiiis lt,Ht I
When M, Hinson took hli; Gadsden Countians Are either over or under how existing .
Fred G. Sheller Named seat on the board a, It Mean psvsd IIllIh.../..

Mobile X-ray -. was Superintendent ef Fublli County commissioners, fsrm-
Instruction and other member.
Unit At Square John C. HlnMin ".':.- were Mark W, Munroe TonDsrsey ers North and Florida Willis Experiment Chapman of NU.th. I

E If Fletcher and lid, Cautioned About Guns thin urged s more southerly

This SaturdayThe Commission ChairmanKiwanians I HD Officers In gar ncartmroughAt route for Ih. nrnuucwt hluh.
that lime tt.e minus budget -. .. ._- way taking it away from primetubaero
I Csdsden. County parents sndnlhers
was only $1,4at9lt1e.50. The
Mobile X-rsy Unit will Fred Shelter of Havana waiunanimously January MeetA IIMI3.84 In diet l< II.JTg,072 00. are .being reminded or land down Into the
b. the Courthouse Square In Charles Blair and ridge or Umber
on section of
elected chairman hnrollmrm In ,ih., 10iB-4V year Informed of the provisions' of
Quincy Saturday, January 11 Hear of the board of the Csdsden Home Demonstration Offi showed. lf 14 .k I' JftijMIs and a statewide law and certain local the county,
from Ian, to 12 noon. County Commission at the reorganitatlonal cers' training meeting was held 4,141 cVif\t/.jdfiU attending To Join Farm ordinances regarding the Wllllsm May of Tsllshaas,

Did you have your Chest X- Graham SpeakOn meeting of the Tuesday, January. 7 st the Canning the 27 schools, six whit. and 21 use of guns, and particularly: aala road board member for this
rayn 103 9(77 people In year Tuesday morning la the Center, colored, scattered about the Bureau GroupCharles the u.e of 2J-rallbre rlfls district and Interstate auordlns
Cadsden County did. 1,711 of Traffic Laws Courthouse. Murrsy Spooner of NewYear's county, Today there are five, and sir rifles or JIll guns by lax, told the hearing h. thought
devotions
these were X-rayed by the Mo' Greensboro wss elected vice The was I white schools and 10 colored. 1 Blair Mariana, has children under the age of 11 the road department should give

bile Unit that visits the County Sgt. Tony Graham of the chairman Prayer. schools wish 1,231 while students blned the Florida Farm Bu- yeare. semis consideration, to the saga
the second Saturday morning !Mrs Marjorie Gregory opened eau Federation as orianltsllon. gestlons for shifting the rout
Florida Highway Patrol was Alton Towles was re-elected end 7218 colored students IxirsI' pallet departments In
each month and paid for by the guest speaker at the Monday attorney for the Board and U the meeting with an Inspiringtalk enrolled Ih board h.1Moton al fleldman In West Florida, effective the County, the isiisdvn County IIHIIII. .. r..* III..(

Cadsden County Tuberculosis meeting of the QuIncy Klwanls bart Lthen, rv-sppolnted county about the New Year She responsible for I the erection of January II .Sheriffs! office, and the Clads-
Association and Civic Cluba Club at the Jefferson House road superintendent with Bill challenged all new officers to 178 additional classrooms since Blair/ / former assistant Jackson den (ounly Juvenile Court Join Peanut Growers

The findings of the X-ray He was Introduced by W, L. Summerford as hi. assistant. do good Job. Mr Illnsun became a member" County: agricultural steal In railing attention tn the fart
were 4 Tuberculosis, 31 Suspicious s and will work with County farm that Florlds statewide
"I've betterch.lrm.n has purchased 232 sddltlonal a law
Wood chairman Dover seen a
Moot Planned
program
.
of Tuberculosis, 20 HeartDiseases Mrs. Louise MrPherson president 14
In
of the board than seres of ground lo bolster Bureaus I -county area applying both Inalda and
3 Tumor and 34 other Sgt Graham briefed Klwan- : of Pin. Club explained from te and Wskulls eoun tide of
the Inrorpotated till
Tom Maxwell commented scant *1 sires ownedby
pathology isns by on the a number 1M3 Legislature of laws passed and Commissioner Homer lllrt of the purpose of parliamentary the county st that lime lies WestThere towns, prohlhlls/ the u.. fi, MariannaAn

14 people were admitted to Chattahoochee Mr. Maxwell procedure. Teachers hearty doubled I are four such fleldmen purpose whatsoever IIr lilt ),
the Tuberculosis Hospital from went Into effect statewide anJanuary the retiring chairman Mrs O. F. Shepard, stale In Ih* at" II years also In tbs184T4D In Florida. serving the 1JK| air rifles, and 22.calibre rifles Important meeting for ores
I. laws dealt
All of the peanut producers Is scheduledfur
Cadiden County last year, with traffic Mr. Sheller expos ed his council vice president, gave the achrml year there were member Farm Bureau Fedeta. by any child under the age of 2
pm. January 20 at the
-- sppreclsUon to the Board and ten eommandmenta for I good lot white teachers and 128 sol- lion III years unless swh u<* Is under Marianna
National Uuard
Arm
Receives One of the main things pointed said he would try to serve the dub meeting ored teachers. At the present Blair, 27, Is a gradual ofJennings the supervision and la the ory. Marianna.This .
County out the officer the
by was county to> the best of b'j!' sbtll- Before adjournment for 'lima there are 170 whlla leathers High ftthool, In Hamilton presence of sn adult and that will 'b* th* first
new law that requires niliele.tr.veIlJL' Dutch treat lunch st the Jefferson city and town ordinances meeting
and 2M colored often
ty. "I feel vary Inexperienced teachers County and the Universityof at the recently
Racing MoneyState on four-laned highways next to the rest of you" he House Mrs o. P''Top salaries for teschers have Florida. where he ma)<*od In place' even stronger restrictions expanded Florida reorganlad Farm Bureau and
Ray E to keep to the right or in sdded Fletcher gave the Invocation ,more than doubled st this writing agricultural economics.Following on the use of guns: fair ample, Peanut Advisory Committee,
Comptroller the rlghthsnd lane, except when .
A request to the Board for After lunch the group divided ths dill'bar,* of any firearms" sr
week th.tch.dl. I grsduslbm from headed by .
Green said this passing. 'We have had signson Cyril Boyd, Nswbar.ry
for $14000 from the $10.000 for the Gsdsden County Into groups to study the ITesent members of the the University, he spent three use. of sir" guns or sir rifles. by eommlll chairman
these highways urging motorists Hospital was made by Marcus duties of the offices held Club :board other than Mr, Illnsonare U. any .person, of any *.., and tender I"
race track tax fund were mailed to keep In the outside officer led years In the S Army, VpundlM I. IL Flnlayson Florida Fsrm,
Shelter financ chairmanof groups were by Mr. neither chairman ofCreenaboro any tlrrunutsnres/ pro
of the 61 counties 'harge he wss connected wllh
each
to lane Bureau
but until now we had no president from Ureen
'cil officerNew hlblled within the .
the cou I Julian corneat.limit.
hospital board and C. Davis, of
SHI JIII.7. law to make anybody obey, Minimum s fertiliser company until early vlllessys' farm Huresu hsnuslnlslned
of llsvsns
Thomas Reed hospital admlnlstrstor Veer books were distrlouted I Chstlahonrhee. Cecil Duller of and Wulm-y
when hv beaded
last
said the speed limits have been year, up sn Sctlvs .
The comptroller payment peanut advlswy
llmllsr Ihnuih Identical
not '
to the club presidentsThese Havana, and C. W. Harbin ofQuincy ,
the community development and .
last for the raised to forty miles hour committee for
year's per several
topped "The hospital Is la dunned I who chili sr town ordinances apply'
was
a poor cash were by the recently
appointed I
Kursl Ares Development
$500 The total. and a number of regulationshave pre rears, but U has been
period by expanded
name elsewhere In dadMltn
position, said Mr Shslfer. Mr Oadsderi County Stale Bank of I by Gov Ferris Bryant lo for the Agricultural tt- County
*
to each county thus been put Into effect regarding grams fur smar* rsprsMntslkNi and
payment Reed went on to explain thst Chstts hooches. fill out the uiMxpircd term of tension Rervks In Jackson farenla and others an urged to
far this fiscal year U WOOOO, pawing, parking and" there were stow weeks during ---- ,the !st. tu...... Morgan. Mari consult their law enforcementssiem.1 letter ssrvlc to peanut grow

.n IncreaM of $7,000 ever last said stopping Sgt on Graham.We these. highways, the holiday season and Burner Fortk'ry, R.port I ). Wailer is secretary .* the'County II* la, startled and the fatherof ** rather than to risk vloIsllng -| ers The ever.all anmmlltea Is
slsla law local
tear Olla charily patients.. bavd and Superintendent o< or ordln-
are now having prepared Tb. County Commission ordered The Csdadesi County Forest 'ulllr, Instruction sine IBM Ralph two children Harrison Slat, DsfunlskS.Tlns replsres sore retarding th* .,.. of guns snmposed:::t of 21 growers, repre.

some pamphlets concerningthese s warrant Issued to the Service report no woods firessince Mr, IfmIttII will expire In the Farm Ruresiiorgiinlutlan. Any adult rsspunsibl' fur Ikew.lfare stnling 12 major psanut pro.duclng .
latest regulations. and we January 1. Two tires atIsst of child eoua Ilea. This. commit-
Gsdsdea County Hospital for I sera "January any under the
'.. Intend to see that everyone Is $10000 $7.900 of the amount January burned 41 acres H. Is s ..u,. af Qulncy, son age *! !' yesrt -. anal this tat is *ip etd lo nt only
Pt. .E'I 'mad. acquainted with these was that collected from the Th. rainfall for Qulnry Is 140, I of th* late Mr and Mrs. Angus If.......*: en rasa ..!a.1Providenco several times each year, wild aliesman

( salty precautions stated the five sou sty mualripallltles Rosodate la I 60, Havana Is 3 10 I U Hinson II. stlmded local -- steering group de.Signed >

1 f officer which agreed several months and the county average Is 170_ 11_....... as r... Sta.t3 ... 1trlglfE{ jI HDInstalls lari _t* tlag function.. btweea she
President Louis Dooaer announced ago ,. contribute We per cop -- -- -- -
that Its to the 1I Tb Nerving on the stswrtng ""'" .
the lieutenant
Su p..dT support the boar I
If mill
with Boyd
governor of the Third Division PitsL/ TO'v Club are M T.
Mayor Haydon Burns charged Robert R. Chllds. of Perry, C. Bletenbola of the AST truUhflld, Msrlsnas' ; lien
shall
Robert
that wooden seats In the Gator would be here next Monday to Company and Sara Shumaker 1964 Officers Jay, Murphy, ttotv
i tray and J. A. frailer
Bowl are unsafe and facilities Install the 1M4 officers Dooaer of the tats Road Department ; WilUs-
ton
sr* unsanitary.A also gave a report of the Midwinter i appeared before the Board la To tile CHteens af The Volvntxrrs (km* Demonslratlon Club Installed addllloa to th**. .'".
fifty
for tb* Bowl Conference of the Florida reference to rsUvstlng the) water For ever peace I
spokesman ere. tile ovw-.ll
of Aswrlra hss bees officers for the comingfear fommllts ta-
District. Kiwanls International system on AST land sear
said
Boosters 1&1 1so'e which he attended last Illnson where a rtabt<<-.17 privileged with the epportunll/ st the bremhr meetingat eludes Harold HallUter, Grand
hsrge W scene have weekend in ClesrwaterDodd for U, S 27 Is la the process ./ of serving you through aur Ueonwd the home of Mrs Curtis Hld Hisvma fMrherMrs. Warn Masaoa, Tallafias-
1 being Mat flaSh' Horn and
kea 1U timed. Par and Craig Mills acquired ale L. 1C, McMiililan .
; Jr
aUa.com
Agoscy la Jacksonville sVmny tuber was namedprnldeo

It was estimated Child Placing
by Sam Hot1CMIIMM
b as shsky as of the Tallahassee Out were ,
bowl seats may on PCS ....I During this hslf planks la bla platform. guests at the mauling I toy ef service, you, tile ..!.a- pmUtenl Mrs Gordon 'OoUen. Jay; J. X Csrnley,

Aad from th* way things look Mill W Qulncy, have faithfully Fletcher. treasurer. and Mrs 'Gracevlll/ C K Lawman Wit.
bout the earning campaign for At The Leaf I Harry McCall Is aiu PPOrUd our week Ihrowgbyour lob Htiloinun. serreisry, llstMi; W. E, bevore, Kddkk.
E W, Csies Hr Howard
governor say candidate bars : voluntary eontrlbull/ms for i CosimHI tbalfsnea far the pr.
N saylhlng slnt" spit and apes Week i CommissionedNavy which we have always .beau eo WHBlng year sew Mrs. DwkfleUMrf alley, d.i: T J. FlUaver

can escspa something won by. This l e 1w very grateful and Mrs. Bub Jenkins.ersfl Jr, XBrUa, Raymond Peters .
I fatting lid now. Lest Tbratr attractions for u la 1M we became a member and art thstrmea; Mrs DrrwnUk Springs Fred

1 Th bead rf the rscreatiM,'the resist week tarhids Grsad Ensign 4 agency ef your Qulnry I'nMed fred Muaer, Interior ham ImsrsveoMrnl Boyd, OeesnvlllF: "rd Larkla .

department aid tIN sesta la the'Ole ()pry Stars la Parses with eaucoU Harry If. He- Reid and arc happy in report ; Mrs WalUe tdards GrnnilNwo, and Carl J.
Gator Bowl wen moo comfortable Bill Monroe and the Blue Crass Call sos of Mr and Mrs. Harry that we are eusllaul."| eurswmberslllp Inletlor hslrmssi; and I Owes). CbliUyCauntUe: ,
I this those la Florida Boys and also The Stanley % ftbCan of South taberta ta I'M.At Mrs Ooodmsn swblieHy. rpresatd bielud
Field at Gaiaesvtll Brothers for one show only this Street Qutory.. Fla, has ...*. i'' we will M longer be contacting During Ih* etlng Mrs .Alachua, Oassdea llolsrJstkson. -%
1 each a< Individually Dark FMrher gar. a ChristSMS Jtffsrton. Levy, ...dI-
That for sure Fans la the evening at JO. .. his aommlasloa as Wags M you I,
either through. panvaal appeal dew.tlesal Billowed ky ai sun, Mailoa, Swig Boos Bur
I cats at Florida Field bad few Wait Disney. Incredible the V S. Navy epos
amenta of comfort during the Joorseir wffl be pUyiag to them sf the Aviation rt':1Ca..te \ ,' ._, .r Irr mall, vs would like to reedlail.A CMetmss Guest",wsnn.s, Wsito and Wsshinglon.
.u this epvorttrntty .. etpressing prssenud by ..,.. Floyd Saber I
13 .._ Friday... Sat.rdsr Also coarse at the WaralSchool. .
I But tIN mayor Is right shout day..included SHS stiartar *"ble. Pre-FllgM. Pensacola.PreseaUag ;J;, swr gratitude .ls all af Mrs. lousy fubw was la charged The aumfacr af eaunty repcesentatlveo -
ll' lee bine* and M. > tile CbrtsUsts play are d1rmutd on
be "Jangle MSB Use eemmssstnrs AWh you ftut
H ia
I. eltl
*
UM Gator Bowl lighting. feature > Christina gifts and dearallwis +I the basis af the ...
before for Sunday Nee Captain J. H. tafalwellCa "' port ever ta* years M args -I' commodity
Scheduled
said tt swat be improved CTIATION i--: It p."tbq;; ef wove made. 'by the men la the particular .
shown
Tech. sigh day awl Taesday will k* -WestSide sasdaag Officer W the I II pinto yms 10 t.s lose svppnrt own I real county
,I tile Navy Ga Story1 starring XsUUeiWaod School.A Mn. Mary LoaUay of Havana who baa boon employedby 'week thrswgll your tasted feed. btu and gift were. enthused. 'fh* January :II) steeling will
same sort aIL If ......Itt wish to aiska a Mrs fUitsver served loaeted1'restore production and market
and. Richard sVynerSiarlag graduate af Florida StateCaJverstty pee
I U tt sat Uapraved t lot las asdy to "WhaiMiasUag at TaM-hans, CM Morrow CJaanats of Qulncr foe At* past 'n rears. begtLet t* The VeJuateers af ,...... ......-.. sic sad coffee!In/ormatton prntd "by In.duslry .
I, Middles aid Jackets stye lot TIle Mare." atarrtag I HcCall inured tM servica to I I Mrs Lchf. dM sWOM.. Mary week of Havana boa (two AtaeekaM auka a eeSctbP4taau.ad 'I* the sieve* meaibsri "w".I and l/niverslty: .| Ftor

th aVsille first gates. eoiWg football lesass I* try Jerry ......... 4"b'G.. ChIjdleSe ZIG4 la ft Jtau ud David Ih TKBI, ,J JI I w Saes maws ins the :Ids syecisllaNa



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to a elate total of 1.573. This dinner for them Thursday night Mrs.' Robertson Dr. L A. Wright' officiating 1 Serving aa active pallbearer MARINES TO THE RESCUE
I The National Outlook Included V! !S 1 complete from Mra Gladys Walton baa returned Burial wan In Woodland Cemetery were C W Tulloa, James Monk,
the UeorKla line to Miami; V.' from a visit In Tills Milton Poppell limn Donald Phoenix Aria. Since infancy -
::0. 27 from the Georgia line to hiChlctland with relative Dies From Burns with the Butler-Morgan son, Billy Underhill and Bobby Bobby Marlnto Jr, 10,
.. 801 from the Georgia Morris Peterson has returnedfrom Funeral Home In charge of ..rr.nllemenla' Miller. Honorary pallbearer has required two transfustoni a
By George Hagrtara Un do CKruai, and SR 60 a visit In Charleston, S. C Mr. Henry Robertson, 88, of were W. L, WlUlam Jr. W. L. month tar Internal bleeding,
CREDIT EXPANSION A CAPITOL from Clearwater) to the turnpike Mr. and Mr. Robert Gardner Havana died at 530: Friday Mr*. Robertson 1* survived by] Williams Sr., Bdwln Herring. costing $70.Bobby'a .
lOW MUCH Fl'RTliEtr The office of Billy Mayo, left thla week for Key Welt morning, January I at the Gadade her husband; two sons,, John Pete Spear, Hugh Zelgler, Lewis slater and her girl!
interstate administrator/ and here they will apend two C County hospital after belog I,IL of West Hollywood and James Shelter, Charley. Dane and D. f i'lend, both IT, wrote to their
The peoullarlUe of our national LETTERBy road boaid member from the economic aitutdon, and Jttrd dlolrlct aald' 0.1 wUl Mrs Leo Batt ot Scandalt, Mr*. Charles McCrory, Tallahanee : corpa bars and asked for help.
the combination of pits. pur- Jerry Mock be reached by the end of the If. Y. will arrive Sunday for her Born la Calera, Ala.. Mrs.'I ; two sisters, Mrs. C B Mot every fellow la a newspaper More toss 100 pints of blood
wed by the monetary! luthorl-! admlnUtraUon, Work ll proceeding annual visit here, Robertson "'It' member of the Thrash, Havana, and Mr. C C office, behind a typewriter have bee contributed by thai
tin to meet It, have remilted In lit of t Part on all four road. In Mua Gloria Brlnkley has returned Havana Baptist Church. I Benson, Jamison, Ala., four I is a jonrnalUt marina
mime significant changes In the 1954 only 333 mile of Florida to Jacksonville after vie- Funeral services were conducted brother, F If and L. H. Busbyof
character of our banking ty* Tallahassee C. Farris Rry- words were fourlaned. rr.I i lUng relatives here at IM Sunday afternoon Calera, Ala., T H. Busby,
tern. This rain question U ant'i first three yean ss gov., end of 1060 It wa By Bradford May left by plane from the Havana Baptlut I Birmingham, Ala, end W H. Our own definition: Caution Your best friend la the ene
to our ability to continue Indefinitely ernor of Florida have been like, the end of Don It war 1,444. Monday tor Rome, Ga. to resume Church with the Rev A, CPhilip .I BUlb)', Pompano Beach; and A word of advice, to be found who will toll you the truth,when
to provide the financial the Army teaching method: tell NEXT: If* not all smooth tale studies at Darlln t1sea. *, the Rev. O'Steen and five grandchildren. i In the dictionaries. It hurts.
'em what you are going to do, sailing for llryant Don and
bail for the economic ex Fred May have returned --- -----
panslon which bal been going do It, 'lI'tm chef you've done to Jacksonville to reiume -
on for almost thru )'t.r.. For on the major Issues, Bryant TOO LATE their ctudlea at Bollea
appear to have done sub Academe, J
The change may be torn in atantlally what he let out to do
the shifting composition of Mrs. Lola times of TaUabaaee -
.. well as what he said he TO CLASSIFY
bank :* wa* a recent sleet ut her l
deposit Since the beginning
would do. Several of hli '
major ) /
/ Owned
Home
of 1961, demand do- actions could have granddaughter, Mra. Bill Ma- -
aa governor
II, RuateU Kay haffey and family
posit have Increased only 1 flood .
Individually aa monu 1 Mia Garrett BUtch of Tallahaasee
percent considerably Iellthin -|
rust to Ills term of office THE NICHT
In the the dollar!percentage volume Increase of Piobably the most far-reach* ALTER CIIRISTMAS I Mia, Jan wa Curry.Dr. a recent. {neat of n Plenty

eet vlty. Over the tame economic In, accomplishment of Bryant Twat the night after Chrittmat, Calvin Curry of Galnetvllle -1 -
period, tine deposit of com In office will be the university and boy what a house! spent the weekend herewith urn co IE
mercial bank, on which Interest bond Insue climaxed In November ( felt like the devil and to did hU wife and ton, who are Peaking Space
la paid, have Increased b y by an overwhelming public the apoute. vMUng hit parent, Mr. and |
59 percent approval at the polls Initially The egg-nog ana turkey knd Mra. Horace Curry and her par-1 I
It will furnish I7J million mia, Mr. and Mr. Frank
There hat been a corresponding l for state university and candy were twell, Smith | For Your
change In the character of junior college comtructlon ButIt But ten hour later it tort gave Robert Sherron of lack_ FOOD STORE
bank credit In order to earn ai i let up the tnccharilca for a ThII"I h villa, "who attends the
higher return bank have de continuing bonding program ai locking* weren't hung by dry of Florida rascal
was a i
emphasised their Investment In the chimney with car ConrenlenceQUANTITY
the Legislature gees fit aa the lueat of Bob Letter III. They
government bond and o rlowytelding The darn thing were tprawledon
for
present| bonding program have returned
to Galnetvllle to
the back of chair..
a
They have nrhooli
|public paused tome 10 resume their atudle.
greatly Increased their loan,, year ego.Another. The children were nettled all Mr. and Mr*. John Scruggs
especially ml estate and inn far rearhing and mug In their bed of Jacksonville RIGHTS RESERVED
the
spent weekend
But hid
J a large cake ot Ice
aumer loan, on which a iub1atantlally controversial with her
Bryant
accompllsmcnt parent, Mr. Ind'MrI.
better yield can be i the 151-mile on my head | Met Luten.
"ai northward And when I finally doted oft In1 ,
obtained. extension of the Sunshine Mr. and Mr*. & D. Woodward
These change have been the Slate Parkway for which he The alloy Ice woke Jr. spent the Weekend In Perfection Longraln PureRICE
when
effect, through a complex chainof broke ground Dot 28, 1861. The 1 In lap me up It (kale with Mr. and Mra. B. O:I
eiutatlon, of effort on the Parkway already la complete rrn': for my come unknown |Woodward Jr. and family and
part of the monetary aulhnrl- nearly to Orlando and ghoul I wanted a drink reason ,were accompanied home b,
tie to Improve our International reach Wlldwond sometime before So I started daughter Susan, who had been LARD3th.
blJanreo lplyml'nlt iltua- the middle of next year. lo the link' In.le..Un. my way visiting bur brother and fami-
than, while at the tame time It oat not without sandal rot along fine 'til t rte Peed lyMrs.I
providing the credit expansion 1 Another tignlflrsnt move b Y on the cat Vlrcent Brewer of Cape
needed for dommllc economicgrowth Bryant was the 125 million university 1 don't recall just what occurred Cod ha* left for Delray Beach
This has Involved a bond program approv after that. 'to spend the winter after ..IattIn. -
combination: of meanirei d the slate cabinet ThU When I came-to, the house ben for several weeks'
aimed to keep short-term eMend leave was barked by the all flooded with light was ,While her the was delightfully 39C No 5 37C
tern rates high enough to unpledged part of student feed c Although under the table entertained. I
prevent balance from flowing earmarked for building. It win waa high at a kite. I Mis Susan Smith has returned Baq lug
out of the country, while keepIng dreamed up and accomplishedby I While visions ot U resume her ttudlet at
sugar plum
longer-term credit for do- Bryant /In 1002 between danced In head Birmingham Southern College,
mettle/ uarp linflful and men legislative sessions and thus had I somehow my Birmingham, after spending the _
pensive. no legislative/ authorisation It got up and.then back I holiday/ with her parent Mr I
Into
Up to the present these ef-l,wen strongly opposed by Sec. of Then what bed. to wandering I and Mr*. Ben r. Smith. I il Flat Cans 1 Lb. Box
forts have succeeded, allhMigh State Tom Adams, who laid t It mind should my Mr*. George D. Munroe ha*
only partially, In both their obJectlve -\ would be highly costly, but on But a miniature appear sleigh,and eight I returned to Thomatville. Ga,I
*. The btlance-of-pay-' the final vote he .registered a tiny reindeer, where the la (pending the winter SALTINES I
menu problem has not blown protest vlte without ipeaklng. Then the sleigh teemed to I after visiting/ her ton In 1 SARDINES 10 29 c<
I law
.p Into a disaster, although It Also of algnlflcanc was the change to a red fire truck I Fred and r... daughter, Mr. and Mr.
la sUU very much with lit. The Florida Institute of Continuing And each reindeer turned Into a May _
domeitlo economy hat beengrowing University Studlta authorised bleary-eyed buck. !
fairly steadily, although by the Suite Cabinet board of I t knew In a moment mutt be Allen 300 Can Scott County 300 Can
unemployment sill I Education 30. Known Old Nick _
bangs between Ito and 6 per- commonly l.nt (,Jllh? Initl-I( tried to cry out but my tonguewt :
ent. lute has as Ita head Dr. Myron too thick
There la a serious question Die, an bld-Uma friend of Bry Then the old devil whistled and I SPAGHETTI Pork& Beans 10
however, whither we can con ant. F1CU9 was created but shouted with glee <
tinue Indefinitely to balance side any legislative mandateand While J the buck pawed thai I lt
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these two objectives so neatly lot some cough going when earth and looked dagger* at''
in view of the effort on the' It came up for confirmation mt.ThPII.
structure of bank assets and during the 1063 Legislature h* called them by name II
--- Hut confirmation came through and the name mad me thud [ LOOK WHAT MEAT SPECIALS !
?ICU: la h' significant organlutlon der
supposedly will con< When t heard them t fell lib
READY MIXCONCRETE rot otf campus graduate alt a ship minus rudder. :; 5CC pol
dlea throughout the state. Tht"l'.Iudle 'Now' Egg-Nogt! Bacardi! Four I
Smoked
-. are expected to grow Rose! and Brandy I
!In number and Importance ai Mow fruit Cakel! Cold Turkey! At the Friday luncheon meet.-I 1
time goea by. However, aome Gin Rickey! and Candy! I ing of the Sswano you
toes were stepped on when To the top of lilt dome, to the,1 would hive thought Christina '
FICUS was created, especially top of his skull I dinner wa here again. What a SLAB BACOrl lb.29c
the University of Florida, which !Now whack away, crack away, I lUlU In the matches that tot
had been controlling the oft with (thump that are dull!" I lowed moat of the golfer walked ,
CONCRETE campus studies. It li not all And then In a twinkling I felt I and took along a few club N
roan ahead for .!CUB. In fact, :
on my root I In a caddie cane Instead il I
Blee has been rumored ai being The prancing and pawing" of I riding La carta.
BLOCK considered fur the Job of each cloven hoof The motive wia Imply to enJoy Tender Pork Tender Minut.RIBS' .

pit jldrJiljBf! the new wilvepu'ty.pour long this.went on I'm mire I the pleasure of walking but I
in' I'enooneta, possibly a more I cant lay I!It was also a Very good Idea
permanent location Tho It teemed an eternity, plus at the limaCarolyn .
39.1
On. group of projects pledged a long dl,. Pixel won low net lb. STEAK lb. 89
Oakland ConcrtU by ella administration was Rut Ilnllly the night after I and almost had a hole la one
Silt
extra
mile of fourlanl
Product fig Chrlttmat; hid passed one the eighth lops
Company A".L. L found mold resell y We irt planning a two ball '
AIU 3o.daft .4 Uabllttlei. Will Ui* pubile' a la think straight' at last |I fouraome and copper far Thursday Grade A DressedGARDEN
curb a further largencna see So 1 thought of the New Year << January 18th au do gig
John Thom... In time deposit? Can banks a few day away up In the pro limps.
I ....* MAhi Mott continue to fuel the economic And I've made me vow that! tS: L at. ;,..
advance by large Increases In no tempter can sway, The onl/'wiy To become fi
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real estate and consumer credit? ( m ticking to water, don't nancially Independent .
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even want ,
.spend lets than you 'I! lb.
Tor there '--- -- -
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FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE nothing at nice
I The night' after New Year may SEPTIC TANK
bother Mint guy ,
Call or Visit But! 1've learned my leaaon,'and SERVICE

brother, I'm wi... i' FRESH PRODUCE DAIRY'u.
You '
tall have your rich victual
and liquor that'a red I
Rut what got* to I
ct tcr ecYaae encii wont go to my head.my atomic S. No. 1 Yellow Supr.meONIONS

SO! big IkDDv New Year I.Mra. .I I
you and u' III!
I'm IIIl'kIn 111. wagon .nd
hope I don.t fall 3 >& 19 ICECREAM



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/ Le N.N County. Jessie Ia Hoepl/al.a I antra/William In Gadad of Alia- I J I 627-8403 I CABBAGE lb. 5 t


MI'I. 1)1111111. Smoke, Mr. I
INSURANCEand G L. Wttlta, bins Rvelyn Me- Nights II74ISI

Donald and Mrs. Mot1lmtr Ra. :
REAL ESTATE tett attended the UDC meeting QUINCYVAULT Red Delicious
In Tallahassee Tue dar.

Mr. and Mrs, Elliott Whit. ViGaLiwwiMmiiiiinMimHtmwmiiiiHffl.iii 69c
CO.
MAin 7.6262 hunt, Jr. and children Lee Ret ,I lib.
Nancy and Elliott 111 of Wllll* VAULTS MONUMENTS APPLES 39
15 North Stewart Street Quincy I ton. apent the weekend wl Bag
her tau
parents. Mr. and Mr .
MAINLINE
DRIVEQUINCY
(Next Door to Flint Federal Saving A Loan AaaotUUen) \tld: "'rdL Mr*. Kdwarda*entertalned -

with a delightful family .
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COUNTY TIMBS QUINCY FLORIDA. THUBSTHY. J.'Nt'ARY D. 1984 I rcr. nr.tsr


with 53,Ml acre. of water now \tern and must pass written care can run 4,000 of even more thf I Florida Electric !
Fishing Benefits ;under Intensive management tc teat Suoeeeafuliy completed per year. Multiply that by SCORES OF SMART SHOPPERS ARE FINDING
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think .
of you .
of study may be substituted number years you
produce maximum fishing Another courses Produce
Said Appltoattona will need this extra help and Plants ( .
Showing beIng for experience
; 47 areas are presently < \ .
must be flied with the you have the bass of your wtfi ""
considered and under vartous
From Act of '63 stages of management Ten Board of Examiners. Federal Insurance need. Increased PowerElectric l" Moithw/kte&
I public boat ramps and access Housing Administration, Wash Then consider the increase.
sites were completed during the Ington D. C. 80411, not later. In your own Income tax resultIng powr plants In Flor G. ,
Tallahassee Florid ;i freshwater past six months and over fifty then January 28. 1W4 See Announcement from loss of the tax deduc Ids produced a' much electric :
fishermen ire already be. miles of boat trails have been No. 3JOD for detailed Uon. And, If the family has tv during the trot i six month
pinning to reap some benefits cut through Inaccessible grass Information. extensive property holdings 01Imestmenls of last year as during the full .8 ON I MORE ITEMS..MORE OFTEN AT JITNEY!
from the Fresh Water Fishing'and vegetation Welfare and Pension PlansSpecialist estate and inheritance year 19M and t I"in as much u
Improvement of 1963 and positions occur main taxes may be Invoked during all of IBM I. the Florida w.
may expect more and better, Established fish managementareas ly In the Department of LaborIn I If your wife has any buslnesi State Chamber of Commerce
fishing n time passes and flih are as follows: Polk the Washington D. C. met Interests, as many do today pointed out In "t< Weekly Bin
,County, Lake Cooper, LakeJulianns
lag. Improvement prosramt expand -' ropolitan area Salaries range the become a factor. Ineas Review released tcrilaTotal \
according to A. D. Aid Lake Mattie. Stan from $7,030 to 19980 General This all represents a very output of all electric LAST WEEK'S WINNER
Lake. V-C Christina Recre.tlonAre.
rich director Game and FreshWater and Saddle Creek Recreation business experience and ape real "economic loss." It can add plants In the state came to 12.- $150 1.00JACKPOT
Pith Commission Area Pasco County, Lake clallted experience connected up to a big total one wife 136751000 kilowatt hnur s Louise Macon
The rl hlllllllprovement.AetDf Jesslmlne ; Htllsborough County with welfare and pension plans \\11 recently Insured for 11.000; through June of last year. according -
1963 provide for an Increase Pleasant: Grove Am; Pln.lI. are required. Pertinent education 000 to cover potential economic to official reports recently DID NOT HAVE CARD PUNCHED
ef one dollar on each residentfishing .. County, Lake Tarpon andLake may be substituted for some loss and taxes Go over these! released This amountedto
license This dollar li Seminole Alachua County of the required experience Interested things with your agent and a 10 cent gain over the
let aside to be used for improvement Orange Like: Lake Loch- applicant should file you can find your own formula. first Irr 19t3 and was welt I BONUS WINNERS
of Florida. freshwater loose and Lake Newnan Dixie with the Board of U. S. Civil You may not be able to afford over the national Increase of 8
fishing I ; Service Examiners, Departmentof all you need, buLjou will know cent Graham
Governors Hill Lake per Diana
County, : '
prollrt'lsl hat the nerd Is7 \, \ ,
In reporting on the Walton County Juniper Bay Labor, Washington D. C. Manufacturers who produce
ef the first six months of the Like: Santa Rosa County Bear 20210 not later than March 0. their own power accounted for a Lawrence Powell
fishing Improvement program, Lake: Broward County Tiger 1864 See Announcement No. Sarah F. Brown 990966000 kilowatt hours ol Othea Williams
Aldrich said the Commission tail Pits: Sumter County, Lake 319B the total and other manufacturing Essie Williams
has approved 23 fish management .: Panasoffkee Approved but not Civil Service bells I ReassignedIn plant. bought I.541.107) .IHHIkilowatthours
areas In twelve counties official at this time are Blue and application forms may I Hie total of Daisy Anderson
Cypresa Lake In Indian River obtained from many post office these was up 4 po cent during
AF
and Lake Lowery, Perch Lake, throughout the country or from Women's the six months, tl\ same as the 1'' t C / BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHED
Floor Covering Blue Lake and Lake Magnolia the U. S. Civil Service Commission Gunter AFB Ala ,- Airman I nUolI.llncreaae for the pt'1'lod. I' BY 6.30 P.M. SATURDAY
I In the Camp Standing area of Washington D. C Third Class Sarah F. Brown ol f, Use of electuutv b> com
Clay .County 20415. of the WomeIn n I merclal establishment In Flor
Including Formica Quincy. a member : Qj EITHER AT JITNEY JUNGLE
the Air Force !WAF, I Is beIng -o Ida moved up 11 pet cent and 0
Inlaid linoleum rubber Civil Service reassigned to Andrews AFB. I In the n.Uon.per cent Rest! o OR JITNEY JR.
lnyL carkCounter Md., following her graduationfrom I initial use In Florida was also
the technical training 1 up U per rent compared with
Lists Exams Hour eJL'tftJnsuranct course for dental laboratory I I per cent nationally
Top
bpeclalUts. "Fuel used In Florida for the
The United States Civil Service Airman Brown was trained In I production of electric power,
Work Commission has announcednew the basic dentistry techniquesand ,through June last ear ".1''
examinations for Accounting procedures followed in Air made up of 844.090 short ton.of MULLET lb.5e
Technician, AccountIng force dental laboratories.The coal (up 11 per tent. 9.221,Ml
AU TTPM Clerk, and Welfare and Peiv Question: I have decided that airman daughter of Mr. barrels of oil (up 4 pei cent and
slon Plan Specialist I should have some life Insur- and Mrs Klmbrel Brown of (8 billion cubic fort of gsa up
Installation The Accounting Technicianand once on my wife, but I have no Route i. Quincy Is a graduateof 18 per cent compared with the
Expert Accounting Clerk positions,: way of knowing how much Is Quincy High School. like period In 1962
I with starling salaries of $421 5 I here any formula for this -- ----- --
and $4690 each, are for employment Answer: There Is no formula '
SHE(FER. with the fedora I but there Is a growing con Sales IncreaseIs 30-Day Weather Large Grade "A" er"1' s=
BUTCH Housing( Administration another d I ktion that wives should be Insured -
",.,M, .... Federal agencies In th In a. full measure as pos Shown By Florida Baking n'ti.
'QUINCY /non.oo Washington, D. C. melropolitar I sible1 to their Increasing economic OutlookThe
11'ei. To qualify applicant ns "net worth, to the fame Winn Dixie
must show appropriate exper. lly Nearly 67 percent of all thirty day aRiuulUiril
wives are Insured today, many Jacksonville A sales Increase weather outlook fir the month .
for sizeable amounts Each of 5.IS percent was recorded of January 19 4 fir South ? ; $
'family however, has to sit down h>' W Inn-Dixie Stores. Georgia, Southeast Alabama and I HENs1b.
Quincy Meat & Cold StorageCustom 'and figure the amount for It-I Inc during the 4-week period' Northwest Florida I iK.ued by the ;
eel;. ended December 14 comparedwith Weather Bureau A One of the economic factors I the corresponding period Meteorologist llflon,
Meat Curing 'l I Ito be considered Is the cost to i year ago Georgia, December SI IDtU
!: family of replacement of The volume was (SB,133.715 Temperatures dui'Ing Januaryare
Storage, Cutting and tl her essential compared with (047DM64 I ant expected to conllmie much
Service I ices while hrDIklltd.: year, an Increase of $3,338.251. below the seasonal normal over
Wrapping L, I pendent children To measure For the 24-week period end the Trl-State Agricultural C
for Your Home Freezer this you have to consider: ill ed December 14, sales were Area. Dally mean IrmpfraUires
,your standard of living: (2) the $1912H86'54 compared with should range general Utween lb.
Cured Bacon Cured Ham number and ages of your children .174424535, an Increase of 45 and SI: degrees Maximum
(3)) when the older chile $16862009 or 490 percent Irmperatum are expected to
Country Sausage d"t"Ican take over; (41 whether Wlun-Dixie, which operates I average Ixtweeii S3: and 62 de-
close relative are available for number of supermari4s: In the with afternoon
LOTS FOR LESS" at trees
"QUALITY MEATS IN QUANTITY has 621 retail trmllera'i
local
,help: (5) community cost levels area now tires reaching 70
STORAGEW. for substitute homemakers.It stores and 8 wholesale units higher on only 4 or 1\ da\s
QUINCY MEAT & COLD has been estimated that, for throughout the South comparedwith Minimum temperatures will av
Washington St. Phone 627-8418 Quincy 'moderate Income families with 601 retail stores and 8 erase between 31 and 44 de-
very young children, adequate wholesale units a year ago gtees but will fall blow 32 tier-
trees on 7 or 8 mornings Inland I
--- and 4 or S mornings In

coastal regions
Rainfall during the next 30
days Is expected to continue
above normal Total amounts
ate expected to rang from :3.SO Fresh Homemade PanSAUSAGE
to more than S Inches occurringas Fresh Frozen
.. general rains on 5 or 8 days
!!_ .se Sunshine expected! to average
only 60 percent of possible durIng PIG TAILS I
., .r January with several per
rte lids of extended cloidlness. I
l 't Soil temperatures during the I
i. 1 tl, next 30 days are expected to

says- t I i H rt at ', r average. well Three for below good Inch seed levels bare germination recommended Mill 4 Ibs. 7ge 4 Ibs. $1.00


NOSAFER temperatures are expected to
M average In the mid 40 s during
the first half of January rising
slowly to near BO degrees by
the end of the month

DOLLARIN r


/.JocifJ? i Ga. Grade "B"FRVERS



WEST FLORIDA AREA Richard Morgan and Shelton I

Bildgcs have returned l,> Memphis .
Tenn where they are
students al the National Hardware
than the/ dollar you save at gyp' 1 School.Lumberman Association ib.

Mr and Mrs W M Whllmors
had as remit guests Mr, and
LEON FEDERAL Mr*. Marian Scott of Gardner,
III. si.d Mrs toward Marly of
I'r.nklorIll.., who were en Sungold
route home from a trip to South
"Inwrtd by a psnransM geiuy of id*
It
Your monty Florida Be
OffKlM AND DHUCTMI PATTIES Ea.
U S. Govtmnwnt And Uon fsdtral princ4 Mr. and Mrs C. M Fletcher OLEO
financial ham backs up Insured safely with' sound aunt t. nitwit of Crystal River were here dur
bens quality horMIlII Mss' O.M. .-.- Ing the weekend to attend the
fintofllOllVCIIe en Saber funeral, Sr of his sister, Mrs. K. U I Perlection 5 Lb. Bag59c Plain or Iodized lash Lb. Box

SAM a. n.ourL Mrs 8: II. Rolrmwn had asher
I_ recent guests, Mr and Mrs SALT BeLa.
ANNUAL REPORTITATWINT Bob Wilson and children of RICE
0 Warsaw, Va Mrs. R. M Brest
OF CONDITION AS Of DtOMIU, Hof aesnrweseseteoss, wood of Mineral, Va and Mrs
s... .nesa Cora James of Jacksonville P.t Dry 8 Qt. Slzr
LIABILITIES -- I Hot Settle -

ASSETS .... ..$22,312.2".9.5 110IO& 10. Niaatlr' FlEE DEMONSTRATION HERE!
Accounts "-
Savings
Cash on Hand and In Banks $ 99.902.32 a/ SAUCE 8c I MILK 59

oed
20.993.5.57.29 frOlll f.d.rol eon & s
First Mortgage Advances
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Other loans .......... 202,864.94 Hom. Loon lonk. ..... 1100000.00 Martha White
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Loans on Savings Accounts 309.136.22 Loons In Proc.... e.. s.. 219,721.00 ..- II-

and Secllfit... 1.103.609.31 LOUR 10 Lb. 99c
Deferred Income ... ..ee. 31,170.43 .. sums BegncR0TH8CRQP'l
Load Office Building and ......

Equipm.n'. .555 173303.92 ttr
DeptecialiOf'l ..e.. ... 624,022.89Deferred

Charges and Surplus and Reserves... 1,076, .52.19 '

.1S2,131,13TOTAL .
Other Aasets LIABILITIES ...... -...- 1
TOTAL $21,91
ASSETS.. $24,91394419 ad c-ow

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demand AID BECOME! r'uIET-!'
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES EXCHANGE SEASON-COMING UP! Friday January 17- Canning Center 8 5; Quincy j jWoman' nnd 4. etIt The failure consumer U reewnltebat Chattanooga, Tena. Wh'';,
Club, 11 a.m. Woman'* Club House; Air IM is M ere of lilt buy carrying the ambulance i 1 .)
I and oouinulng Force Gall IN among. pick up a j I> \1, ,
CXftce I
THE>: CHATTAHUOCHei TRIBUNE Recruiter, 9 12 noon, Post 11II. FWVMMVV .,ftU and !ecru ed hip
I Jte most 'iH>iealBt. * Published each Thuradaj It 15 S. Madtkon StreetA TI Vet few furaiUM* merchants; The attendant made thrhaik
Jatorsao
1TQr Monday, January 20- Xiwarus dub, 1 p.aI. P
< to tilt hospital ,
Jokx H. rrry N>M>imiprESTABUtHED ? itfverU according)' tin .
IWl House, Masonic lodge G Quincy. florid/ R.A.M., Tal-Mar-Ouln Council 20, 8 p.m. Masonic M eumpif Other eld-line re-
i. c'AtG Y1r Building; Social Security Representative. 530: am, Uilers Dave watched! eompetl-
farawl IBM *..to*> ttt at OuMef rkmclcOn Court Room Court House Scout Troop 203. :ors take over !buMneM which BRINKLEY
( ('v ; Boy could be theirs, twcaute the) FURNITURE
year .8,M Two Vera 80 gin Months gl TtJ 7:30: p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop No. 148, 4 p.m., fall to recoaniie the neoowHsuf I: CO.

1* BotohlBMB ... --,-.-"..,,-"rr Pubmk First Presbyterian Church; Junior\ Boys Basketball: cwulsl nt ailvwtlwng Invest :
Don Carman .___ ._. it S pirn Chamber of Commerce Breakfast 7:01: ATTACKS U'I I

ORIb 7,58; a.m., Board Room. London A friend told Peter g

A ATIONAL EDITORIAL Tuesday. January 21- LU* Underwriter, 12 noon Kit Gould he had hid enough and of
cars running over people
;l C8TltN trell Restaurant; Canning Center, 8.5; Rotary Club,1(I II' was time people ran over
: '
1 p.m., Jefferson Mouse, Quincy Elementary and I 1 ears
CON Gould took his friends advice. HATlKtSb BISOUIIM,
I C+ eea High School P.TA. 730; pm. High School wal' eel over a parked car'. 18.9 J0g
',T hum; Lions Club 7 p.m. KittreU's .. AUcItor"i bumper, across the hood and DV HFRVICEVOIK
i oof, down the trunk before he SAVDRAN DEALER
Wednesday, January 22Navy Recruiter 10:30 a.m"l lwas I trlzrd by policeman.:._.
An Ever Deepening UrgencyThe Post Office: Jaycees, 12 noon, JCittrell Restaurant;
Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House. I
Christmas season Is past and the new year I
THOUGHT FOR THIS WEEK:
opens before us. And this Is a good time to reflect en It Isn't how much you know that counts: it's how r M
the ultimate fact that the world must find Its salvation
;11 11Oceans much you can do with what little you know.
In the development, not of weapons, but in man c abilityto
grow in understanding and to value his fellow man., .
Recent chances which effect
l In this rapidly shifting modern world the best guide; I II the furniture mall.et Include: SEE US TODAY
t we have can still be found In the Christian\ concept as Ofa I I, 1. A new attitude among
r. ]Jesus Christ when He was asked by a And young people toward the sequlsitton
expressed by Tho TimesThis I I of furniture before and FOR THE
commandment of the law L J Two
the
; questioner to name great '>UJmJJ after marriage. generatlone -
"He taught. As Matthew 22:37.39: tells us: country Is spending billions of dollars a year ego I young rouple wu
I likely 10 sacrifice tG .aqulre i
"Jesus said unto him, Thou halt love the and will spend many billions more exploring\ the vast quality furniture. But the MONEYYOU
I with unknowns of outer space II.1 1& young coups today;I likely to
and ay
Lord thy God with all thy heart Invest savings in expensive
In
with that
preoccupation and the ultimate to
all thy soul and with all thy mind. race The modem drug store bears automobile or other luxuries/ NEED
the however there's the
moon
"This is the first and great commandment"And fetl1ngln some quarters little resemblance to the drugtore t. The stratUlcitlon of demand
t the second it like unto It America may be missing an Important bet in overlooking I( of 1838 The grocery supermarket for furniture according to
needed research more earthbound the potentlall Is a creature of post income. Middle Income fsmlllei. $25 to $600
: Thou shall love neighbor as thyself. World War II :
thy ties of the world's seas retailing who control the bulk pf consumer

: Aa we begin this! new year it is weU to reflect that A Florida congressman, Rep. Dante Fascell, made ,} Some I retailers the extent have ol not change recgnlced that everything spending,In tend s furniture to think I UP TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY

these words challenge\ each of us to seek within ourselves that point recently in offering! a resolution proposing a i sod how It his effected selling store 'Is too shabby for them
understanding to broaden our concept of ..!f. world conference on oceanography to be hosted by the .ind promotion methods. Some or too expensive Gadsden County Loan Service
Furniture stores, for Instance 3. Tie dependence on consistent
mankind. United States 1965.
interest until it embraces all in ire I stimulating the advertising to create
been He noted oceans cover 71 per cent of the earth's nb1e market, because the long rang demand Alert merchants 106 East Jefferson St. MAin 7.7161
Barriers are before us C1I they have always surface, and that the seas provide some 91 billion poundsof ,managers feel that furniture recogniie that erratic
throughout the world', history but we face an ever deepening buying has changed little since iplurga sales do not build a
the world's food each year, wholly aside from their --- -
to surmount them. The selfish acquisitive
urgency influence on climate, weather, commerce and, finally, on
end combative elements woven into human nature are defense consideration
face. To achieve, man must be
barriers
the we
greatest world Russia which made the first giant\ steps in space exploration .
but survive In this new and smaller
competitive; and Is not overlooking the potential! of the seas, he
he must temper this competitive spirit with reason
warped as an untapped source of wealth and know
the long view of belonging to one family with the common ledge. The Soviets! he contends, have a merchant fleetof
need to live \together on one planet. / tr 1 /
1,000 vessels
some making oceanographic and meteorloglcal -
: '
Th. miracles of science and technical advances observations presumably seeking to unlock r !

have made all the nations of the Earth neighbors. This secret of the seal vast mineral deposits of ores and s ,
in itself has brought us .o a point never before seen In oil :

history when great powers must compete with restraint
because they know the destruction of the world hangs in QUINCY

the balance.At "rt

the root of a met'. thinking, by whatever name CALENDAR OF EVENTSA

it may be called, there must reside the Christian conceptof
the value of a single human life. As a foundation Community Service by the

for this people of the backward areas of the world must Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce. 127-1511 ,t t I
be helped in their search for a better way of life and a / I {
hare in the material rewards which can be achieved In Calendar 1s bated on Information reported ky club

this twentieth century. For if one II0 value life, one secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding 1'I I l ,! ''rl lit"'I"b"' S I'I'f. I
must first find it worth living. publication. f. t

la beginning to writ. on the clean slate of the new

year, we could not find a better guide post than the Thursday, January 9- Canning Center 8.5; Alcoholics
Lord's expression of the basic Christian commandment. Anonymous & Al-anon Family Group, 8 p.m.. St
If we are concerned with better understanding and Paul's Parish House; Florida State employment Service

using the power in His teachings, we will meet the 8 3, S. Roberts Street; Men's League Basketball .
trials that confuse our path to a better future. We have -' Manning Taylor vs Shell 011, 7 p.m., Quincy

been given time to loam the illusive art of living in High School Gym: Craig Oil Co. v*. Hydro Gas I dllt
peace with each other let us use it well- 8:30: p.m., Quincy High School Gym. I t I .I

Soon will ride the thrusting fire of rocked far
men
Friday, January 10- Canning Center 8 5; Pilot Club i
beyond our world. Looking back on Earth hanging in .
1pm. Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter 9 12
the darkness of space perhaps they will be the first to Post Office.
find the way of the Lord's words and envision a future
wherein we may all know as neighbors and truly love Monday, January 13- Kiwanis Club I p.m., Jefferson 'w -e t t'f''f I 1, } I

II the whole of ttankind.Economy House, Eastern Star 8 p.m., Masonic Building; So. / r ,/ 61
clal Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., Court Room, ''.t\. IIpI I

I Court Houw; Boy Scout Troop 203 7:30: p.m., Scout
And McNamara II Hut; GUI Scout Troop 148 4 p.m., First Presbyterian I

i' Church; Chamber of Commerce Breakfast. 7:01: .
Many lawmakers who have preached economy In 7.S8: c.m., Board Room. 1"
I II
,. Congress for'years were the first to scream last month r htlterestttts
when Defense Secretary Robert McNamara announcedsome : Tuesday, January 14- Canning Center, 8-5, Rotary
33 military establishments would be closed or cut Club I p.m., Jefferson House; Blue lodge 8 p.m.,
back. Moronic Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers

However, one fiscal conservative congressman refused 7:30: p.m., Shadow Street; Junior Boy Basketball -

to 'get ruffled by the announce*,ent. He 'Is Rep Warrior vs. Lakers, 4:15: p.m.; Celtic vt. Hawks

41 F. Edward Hebert (D-La), a ranking\ member of the 5 piuWednesday.. "

J. House Armed Services Committee, who Is losing two January 15- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: cm, wT
'I installations In his own district under the economy drive. Post Office: Jaycee. 12 noon, KlttreU's Restaurant;

I The Loulslanan woe heard to icy: Exchange Club, I p.m., Jefferson House; Gadsden. -- k9 a
"Jve been preaching economy for all these years County Hospital Auxiliary 10 a.m., Gadsden County', f3iF

cad I'm not going to start screcuung now just because Hospital Marine Recruiter, 10 an., Post Office
they shut down something in my back yard."
Compare that with New York's Samuel Strattoa, a Thursday, January 18- Canning Center, 8 S, Alcoholics) ,
Democrat, who threatens to turn the Pentagon upside Anonymous Atanon Family Group 8 p.m., St 1
down before accepting, closings in hi. state Paul's; Parish House, Florida Slot Employment Service .
But none of this should be permitted to stop or even 9 3, S. Robert St; Men's League Basketball:

slow down the project upon which McNamara has embarked Hydro Ga vs. Manning Taylor, 7 p.m.. Quincy High
School Gym; Shell Oiler vs. Craig Oil 830: p.m., F,4

There is nothing new about what McNamara is _Quincy High School Gym.__._______ __ }
doing. According to the Pentagon more than 400 installation
have been closed or reduced since March

1961. And he has made it clear that he plans still more Don't forget. .
cutbacks in the future.


CI.e.e .is S w1 S.d. .d (tee&wes.t) lersi. Cswlblr
The 88th Congress


History will quite properly, from a strictly statistical '64 Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet
standpoint record the first session of the 68th Congress

cs one of the least productive In many years.It .
What doc It tale to male car a great highway perNobody hat to doctor
is being labeled already as that and some even .r or coax or soup up these
lest: flattering things, by a variety of critics motivatedby former! Chevrolets. to ret thfm. They were built
If the car happen to le a 'M Chevrolet, one thing to be driven by w lon thelund* ol pads rOil drive on.
of And of the barbs I
a variety reasons. some sharpest
only A And
II that's
hlhway. really the test of a crest highway tier
r hove come from within Congress, Itself emanating from I You'll else
tnd everything already neatly packaged former Just about tnjon fan JIlt a kick out of drivel
members who, for one cause or another haven't been for you-on the car exactly as ;you pick it off the one, lust a* U eorne cut of the ihowroora.
happy over the ways things were going. showroom floor. Which after all .k the kind of performance jou'd
Blasts have been aimed at Senate and House leadership 9 Thm' a choice of8evennginallthewayiiptoa expect from Chevrclrt. The rester satm/action:i and
at the committees, and at the parliamentary rules LONG DISTANCE AFTER twin-carb htghomprmion 425-hp V8--and four trans- enjoyment built into these nn H home out. year after
of itself. missions including a finely booed 4-Ipefd lUck shift-- year by tile higher resale they bring over other goalies
Congress SAVES YOU EVEN MORE And underlying it a l-s bump-skimmini Jet-enuloth IA !.belr 6.14.
Based strictly on results some of the charges would ride that helps keep the performance great even when Next tin. you'rt out your deafer1 war, allow a few
seem to have surface justification. THAN BEFORE! l the highway aren't so great. extra minute to sample one of th *e hish-"
It's true Congress lagged Interminably on some fOlIo What about pedal performance f'qUip. way Pfiomlf1 011 your 0... A few are
tine measures such as appropriations bills and author Now elll anywhere In the country to* deIIfI ment! ProI..1oriat driving skilleT Forget really aU 1011'11 need n.t' enough time to
lotions. v kul .ftet t '-M. the.. new low *uuontettetion them. do a lot of driving ins Chevrolet.

But" it showed there was nothing wrong with th. rates let you save w every call. Try it I THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet s Chmll Chivy rj Corvtir Corntt.M r. ..,
machinery when U cranked up on those items near the toeiifM. The serve l is si great. vr.
!
end of the eeeslon.Qceer <*"** ......'.......1.... T"I Stt Hum at your CKmolti Stuncroem

eiamknatton clearly suggest most ol the I I II I

delay was deliberate a sort of forced economy cam ... {
coign! designed to thwart action on l legislation opposed I

t by the Congress majority.is still a pretty effective barometer ol ton.l .: e MANNING TAYLG.7: CHEVROLET CO.North .

,l. stituent thinking And there the suspicion the things 1 Quincy Telephone Co
t, didn't do were things the folks back home wanted lef t a.- ..II,. Side Sucrrt- QuWf T"rHai

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STATEMENT OF CONDITION .; OF CONDITION .:

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r;" Loan. and itcounta S 1.113.948.83 .
LoanJ O..rdrcdta and _Discounts ____ I 82.,03044"285034 OnrdralLl _.,,_ .._.- _..._.,--.r-?_. 539.54.
BanIr HOI&M, F\II'1\1tw. and Real/ wlat. UO.OOI.OO
HOUM Fun lW' and other
Banking
I Real [atat. __--T_._ 1.00 U. S. Bond. .._.._...._ 3.711.430.25
U. S. Bonda ... ,..__ S 64000.00 8tat., County and MW\Jclpal Jond. $66,123.24Counry
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Municipal Federal Farm Caah aM Du from Sonic. --- UU.D5US 7.121.408.

2 l l ortgaq.Bond.cd Stockl 49722.50 _. ..., ,
Cash end l>IIeolD Bank SI.39"87.$ U1UOUI TOTAL U83.IIU$1 1
+ UAla.mts z
TOTAL $9.179.71
Capitol Stock 200.000.00
LLUILITIES lurplul .. .-._... ,. .__ ,_ 100.000.00
Bras lor ConUnq.nct.. .. .. 40.000.00
Capital Stock S 100000.00 11.s.rri lor Iutalim.nt loans ___. ....... 12,71442 l
Surplus _'_"___'_' .___.. 300000.00 Oth.r A.s.rrs _....-._...__.... _, ._. 135.9110.82
Burrs for Int.rest Ten.. Lo.... 300.000.00 U/leGnIed Inter..t .._.' $ aUndlYided
ProAIa __. 10.80822 D.po"" .__ 1Z,010.17U'
D.pot1tI 1.728.37Ut Diyld.nd. Unpaid 7,21000

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SIX GADSDEtf COUNTY TIME*. CtltNrT FJ..Ct.mAmm! DAY.JA11_ KY 0, ]t84WOMEN'S
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BoardIn I(dance at The American Legion
Womans Club
Home. "Sweet Sixteen" In gold
Episcopal Thursday Meeting glittered letters highlighted the
background. As the 80 young;
I(
PAGEPersons Church Holes The Executive Board of the people entered they signed the
Qutacy Woman. Club met guest book.

Thursday morning at ten o'clock The color scheme was yellowand
from St. Paula at the dub house with i good A huge arrangementof
having Items of social nature are urged to call I attendance. The president\ Mrs mums green.centered the mantel.

Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 Overheard about the parish James Watts presided. Mrs. C. A similar creation was on the
during spirited conversation
premises a
between two gals in D. Johnson opened the meeting refreshment table with iris and
with prayer mums predominating. On one
their 'tween: One: "My boy
Department chairmen gave which was
end was the cake
Womans Club Honors Club .ri 'Mends Initials ire MR Two: Interesting reports embossed with "Sweet Sixteen"and
Party Bridge My boy friend's Initials are J. The r'lularI1It'ellnl will be and
1/ was iced in yellow
S. Three (little sister) "My
:
!, Frl 4ay. Jan 17 at 11 a m. Mrs surrounded the
Holds Meeting Mrs. Whitehurst Honors Visitor boy ft (end's Initials are Wuh- Youth Conservation green. Pom pone
I : MaWalker, punch bowl which was on the
Wuh One and two, cimullan-
Mrs S M. Strom entertained ... eously. 'Wuh-Wuh'" Three Chairman will have charge other end of the table.
Here FridayThe Mrs Elliott Whltehurst, Jr., r ff' : of the program.
her Wednesday bridge club and :;.f. "Yeah, Woy Wogers" Nancy was the recipient of
W. has charge
Mrs
of Wllllston, who was visiting an extra table of players In -<: p.iif" Which reminds me of the time W. Massey many lovely gifts on this occasion.
Junior Womini Club met her parents, Mr and Mrs Olho honor of Mrs Neel Johnson the one child was asked by the of the Fine Arts program for the .
Friday at the club house at Edwards, was the honoree it abridge of Melbourne, who was vlsllln 't other why he didn't go to Sun day.
11 a.m. The president, Mrs. R. party when Mrs. Joseph Mrs. Cortelle Edwards. White '
: day School with him. The answer
L. Massey, presided. The devotional Suber, Jr. entertained for herat mum. and mixed camellias were fr' rJ1, ."S> Is the measure of our Inherited Garden Circle To
wn given by Mrs Scott her home on Highland, Fri at Interest polnti .
day, :; :f' t. ; ,. prejudices and mutual Meet Tomorrow Perjolla
Clark. Mrs. Brady McCldlan, Mrs. Fisher Williams won distrusts "Because I don't belong -
secretary, read the minutes and Large wrote mums, pink gladioli high score and received a roi to your abomination! So The Magnolia Garden Circle
Mrs. Don Brown give the trea.lrer'a .- and camellias were at Interest niche caw Holder of :low Mrs. for us abominable Christiansand will meet tomorrow, Friday,
\ report In her absent. points In the attractive C, D. Johnson: received nut 1 h : Episcopalians here are January 10 at three thirty at Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Nixon of
All department chairmen home. The honoree was presented Panama City were guesti of Mr.
paper some notes The balance of the home of the chairman, Mrs
made interesting reports. High score winner, MM. E. a personal gift is a me- the Annual I Congregational Lanier Richardson, with Mr. H. and Mrs. Carl F. Johnson during -
It was announced that the II Routon was awarded a mento of this delightful party ;, Meeting will be held next Monday S McCall co-hostess. Mrs. J. the weekend and visited
wiring of the chlldrens reading clothes brush. Holder of low, Following three progression evening with a covered dish M Taylor will give the devotional with them Sunday at Tailings-
room at the library, which li Mrs. Fain Embry, received hand the hostess nerved a dessert supper preceding it at 7 pm and Mrs. Henry Faulk the nee Memorial Hospital with
one of the club'i project, was lotion. The honoree was given with coffee.' Cold drinks were Food wlU be received from 6.30 program. I I their son Thomas Ban who
to !begin Monday, January 5th a pair of handmade pillow cue.a. pissed during the gime. pm. on. The Women of the All members are urged to attend has been a patient there for
Two huiCred and four dollars a memento of thli delightful .
Church some time.Rebecca
will, at graciously In this first meeting of the,
and twelve cents was the party. the past, be the hostesses Reports new year.Bridge. Chapman has return.
amount made on the Christmas t conclusion of three pro- Duplicate Bridge will be received, along ed to Meredith College, Raleigh
Dance, which the Junior Chamber grt slons the hostess served congealed N. C to resume her studies
with the
election
of the Parish Club Meets
of Commerce and Junior gripe fruit salad, chicken Played FridayThere Treasurer after spending the holidays
delegates to Council,
Woman. Club sponsor annually. salad sandwiches, hot cheese and the naming of officers in With Mrs. Owens with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Wlllli .
wafers and cake with coffee.
The Spring Fashion Show and haU Chapman
were seven a special Parish .
will be an. event of March 12 at tables of players enjoying duplicate capacities Mrs. Maurice Owens was hostess Dr. and loll''. C, C. Turner
The Parish Cub Scout pack will
the club house with Mrs. George Wesleyan Guild bridge at the Garden Center Mis. Judith Ann DeMasl meet next Tuesday evening at to the Tuesday morning and children have returned from
Johnson In charge. This lunch night. Mrs. Douglass duplicate bridge game. Color' a visit with her brother and
eon and style show Is an annual Friday Brooks was In charge. Mr. and Mn. Joseph D. DeMasl of Greenfield, Mass., 7:30: pm. with Mr. Robert R. ful flowers and fruit were at Interest -: family, Mr. and Mrs R. G.

project also. Met MondayThe Winners were, North and formerly of Medford, announce the engagement of their .Munroe. We, regret Cubmaster to announce, in charge the points. Sandwiches, dips,' Snelebecker In Jackson, Miss.

Mrs. Jack Richardson, membership South, Mr and Mm. C E. Rob- daughter, Judith Ann, to Kenneth H. Dean, son of Mr. and canonical transfer of the Herbert cookies and cake were served Mrs. Flora Mitchell has returned .
chairman, reported two with coffee and Coca during from
Service Guild Colas Jacksonvillewhere
Wesleysn ertHon, first Mri. Lee Andrew Mrs. Herman I.. Dean of Quincy. Miss DeMasl U a Spanni from St Paul's
new .nrmben, Mrs Jack Boynton 01' Centenary Methodist Church the morning. Snack trays she visited relatives,
Mcl'her- and Jim Mahoner, second anda graduate of Florida State University where she was Church, Quincy, to St. Pauls,
and Mrs. William heM Its monthly meeting Mon- W. P. Neal a were awarded for prizes, Jerry Maxwell has returnedto
son. day, January 6, at 8 pm. In and tie N.for E.third Miller(Mri.ajid Mrs. Henry member of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority Her fiance, also been Mobile In, residence Alabama.In They Mobile have for Winners were Mrs. Lee R. Sweetwater Tenn., where he
Mrs. Ed Dyal and Mrs. Tom the church parlor. of Florida State Munroe and Mrs. Thomas Smith Is a student at Tennessee Military
Weinberg, Jr. and Orin Web a graduate University an Alpha Kappa some time, but have only now
Davidson were guests at the Mrs Louis Rowan preilded first, Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and Institute, after spending
iter.l! Pal. A spring wedding Is planned. established their Parish con
Mrs Jack Richardson the holidays with
After the business meeting the second, his parents,
club.Mrs. winners were
and West nection I that all
Pat Edwards introduced devotional was given by Mlu East and W. 11 hope our Mrs. Albert Kohnke and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Maxwell.
Donn Jame., City Recreational Mr. Lou Branch members and Communicantswill Fred May. third. Mr and Mrs
SUP Malone Barnett. I A. G. Drlggers
and Mrs.Hugh ClubCommittee
Chafin, first, Judge Womans Presbyterian take seriously their
Director, who made an Interesting Hostesses for the occasion, second and Mri responsibility and Mrs Ira Price have return.
and Informative talk to were Mrs. Rowan and Mrs Taylor to carry their church Mrs. J. M. GriffinIs ed' to Pelham, Ga. to resume
Dr. E. C.
the group. Eufala Powell. Mamie Johnson and To Women Meet status with them as they move their school work after spend
Hostesses were Mrs Alex Mc Love, third.Bywater. I from one Parish or Mission to Bridge Hostess ing the holidays here
Millan, Mrs. Scott Clark, Mrs Here another The discipline of thla
BridgeThe Monday
Glen Sellers, Mrs Bill Rogers New Years Dance Kin Sponsor Church requires a formal relationship PoI.I'.. J. M Griffin was hostess
and Mrs. Klnion Cook. Held At Sawano ClubA between the Church to her bridge club yesterday at
Camellias and were finance committee of the The Circlet of the Women of man and his church home. This her home White camellias and Mason Music
greenery
Vied in the decorations of the large crowd attended the Honored Here Qulncy Woman. Club will sponsor he First Presbyterian Church Is established by exchange of polnicttlas were at points of
main room. Camellias In var- New Years Eve dance given a Bridge luncheon at the met Monday. Psalms 96, 100, letters of canonical residence Interest. Light refreshmentswere COMPANY
Igated shades spanned the by members of the Sawano Rev. and Mrs. John Bywater Club Wednesday, Jan. 22. Lunch 117 145 and 150 were studied. between the two churches, initiated served with coffee during 14 E. Washington Street
length of the luncheon tables. Country Club. Attractive seasonal entertained with Open House will be served at 12,3D followed "Christian Action" was the subject at the request of those to the game. FRANCHISED
decorations were In the Sunday afternoon from S to 7 by card games, bridge, canasta for discussion on the pro- be transferred. There are a High score winner was awarded DEALERfor

Mrs. Jerry Owens and children lounge and ball room. o'clock In honor of his parents, etc Door prizes will be irim. number of people Idntlfled with a mvclty.Mr.s. .
left recently for their Sandwiches, dips, hors d'- Mr. and Mrs. George Heben given Circle 1, Mrs Fount May Jr.,, this Parish whose status in this
home In Cocoa after visiting oeuvres and null were served. strict of Alexandria, Vs. The Reservations can be made chairman, met with Mrs M. N. respect ought to be cleared up Dreher Honors Winter
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.' Curtis Davidson and his or- home was beautifully decoratedwith with Miss Sara May Love, telephone Drew with 13 present. Mrs. W. The Rector will be happy to PIANOS
I). Sapp her husband's parents chestra played ai members and arrangements of tulips, camelllas MAin 7-6182 or with' D. Bell was Bible moderator answer any questions regarding Daughter Nancy ,
Mr..nd. Mrs, Maurice 1 their out of town guests danced and holly.Centering Mrs Lanier Richardson, MAin and Mn. Drew talked on the the status of Individual Church 2T" ORGANS
Owens. Mr. Owens was here the old year out and the new the table, which 7-8503. emphasis for the month. men. This li strictly a form of Mrs. Raymond Dreher entertained -
In. covered by a handsome Circle 2 of which Mrs C. R. house communication, as we do in honor of her daughtNancy's Open Rion" Tuei. .
during the holidays. year was Plans are being Wed. Frl.
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- -: cloth was a silver epergne oamelllas. I delightful day. Tickets'aror.$: Shaw Jr. Is chairman met with not exchange formal transfers,er 10th birthday Thursday 4 to 6 p.m. All Day Sat
On one end was the :Please make reservations as Mrs. Francis McCall with 12 with churches of other denomination evening, with a party and

FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! I liver coffee service from which I early as possible. Clubs that member. present. Mrs. James *. Our business< is to
coffee was poured. Silver tray :meet on Wednesdays (or any Mahaffey was Bible moderator keep our own house In order,
of sandwiches, cake and compotes day), one table groups or Individuals Circle 3, Mri. E. C. Mahaf- and this our syst of transfer NORTH FLORIDA GAS CORP.
of nuts and mints were can make reservationsby fey chairman, met at the homeof Is designed to do The
also on the table. I calling the above telephone Mrs J. M. Griffin with Mrs. Young People who had singing MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE GAS
28 % called l the roles in the Feast of last
AMERICAN Many friends during numbers. Fount May hostess. There were Lights
I appointed hours to greet the 18 present Including 2 visitors Sunday evening, as all of those Gas
,honor eei. Mrs. W, H. Fort led the Bible who participated, did an extraordinarily Ranges
TO discussion and Mrs Lanier fine job. The Hector Water HeatersThermolaires
TOURISTER First Baptist Rlchardion talked on the em- having to attend to other
Baptist Night phanls. duties, had little hand In the &
LUGGAGESpecial I WMS MeetsThe Circle 4, Mrs. Sam Mvrlck planning of tins event. It was Dearborn Gas Heaters,.
40 % IWMS Meet chairman, met with !Mrs. E. C. great!
e Norge Washers
Love
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Day W M S. of First Bap- with 9 In attendance. Mini
( I The Night WMS of the First tist Church held their regular Catherine( Brown was Bible Miss Cox Elected By e RCA Whirlpool Dryer
leader and !
Mr.fyrlck talked
held Its monthly
Baptist Church meeting, Monday afternoon,
,
I meeting Monday, January 8.Mr. Jan 6, with 56 members prey on the monthly emphasis. Rainbow Girls tPC\ Whirlpool and COOK WITH GAS

.. Dan Wolf called the ent. The Grace McUrlde Circle Circle S of which Mrs. Huston Nora* Refrigerator Prepare It Better .
meeting to order and asked Mrs. Roy McLendon, chair Rogers Is chairman met at the Miss Cynthia Cox was elected
Special Sale on TrI Taper 8,000 Series for the reading of the minutes man, had most members In attendance home of Mrs. Andrew Smith Worthy Advisor ot Rainbow 24 HOUR DELIVERY TRUCKS RADIO EQUIPPED
They were read and approved. with Mrs. R. O Woodward Jr. Girls Thursday night. An installation

Committee reports were then Mrs. Earl Schnfleld presiding. Mn. L. D. McMillan aervlce will be held 112 E. Washington Street Quincy, Florida
president
given by committee chairmen. was Bible moderator and Mrs Sunday at the Masonic Templeat
The scripture was read by presided during business lev Woodward talked on "Christian 3 p.m. The public Is invited Telephone 627-6034
lion, after which Mn. Alton ,
Manell Langford. The call to Action. There were 10 members 10 attend.
Towlcs secretary, read minutesof present.
prayer was given by Elizabeth
Weatherly, who also led In pray. previous meetings, Circle S, the Business Women,
The WMS. Watchword was of which !Mrs. Fred Nordhaui ... .
er.An enlightening program wa repeated In unison followed Jr Is chairman, met with !Sin
given on "Missions In North and by singing of song, "O God, Our James Cox with 9 members 1 In CHANDLER'St
Midwest United Stiles." Those Help In Ages Past." attendance bliss Garnet Laird -
partlclpllng In tho program Mrs. W T. Crouch give the was Bible Moderator and Mrs
were Elizabeth Weithrrly, Peggy Call\ to Prayer, reading Scripture Anthony J. Wheat talked on : -
Mason, and Alice Wolf. El from Matthew 211. She "Christian Action."
canoe Stephens dismissed the led In prayer for our mlsslonar-
meeting with a prayer for mission lee Calendar.whose names were on Prayer Bridge Club Meets DRIVE IN

work In this area.
With Mrs.
Grace VcBrlde Circle was In SmithMrs.
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Brunch-Bridge Party Mrs. R. D. Brinkley presenting tanned her bridge club yesterday
At Butler Cottage the program "Northwest and at her home on Camellia
ACCLAIMED BY A WORLDOF Midwest." This was a missionary Drive. Seasonal decoration
Bobby Lester, Ma housegues, program outlined in Royal were at focal points.
FASHION LEADERS! Robert Sherron and a group of Service. The Interest center Preceding thtt game the hoi-
boys enjoyed a Brunch-Brldg consisted of table draped with less served a dessert with coffee
REGULAR SALE PRICE party at the Butler Lake cottage green cloth on which a white 1 t s
recently. croon, world globe, white Bible Winners of high and low
Ham, potato salad, bake and poster of noils and aim, scores received novelties.
$24.95 $17.95 beans, green salad, rolls and for Christian Witnessing print
dessert were served and bridge ed on doorway, were placed
$29.95 $20.95 played during the afternoon. Charts of facts were placed on
blackboard and were very effective.
$39.95 $27.95 Mrs.\ Brlnkley presented 700\.95
INSECTICIDESSqlL the program In a very interesting .
I manner and closed wit
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$44.95 $30.95IT'S Brlnkley, the meeting was ad,
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est Side HoMtlns is sin credited wMioMiccirlng centered s18t iNner" bowl en nay* returned from Thom Uiere Usv attended the Orange Sixth Announcement
I the plat fee hot*1 FARM TOPICS ; Lunchroom wittle esdks bossed on, ta, mere ehe vWted Bowl game,
he play and anovte Robert I .=. carvuelalM a on eeCTi sirf T mother, Mrs H C Jotiealrs It and Mr Briward Wood. Mr and Mr. Boby Roblnaoit
tort' Coming Wilt directed the film By Bernard Clark Menus : the centerpiece Tea aniSgVw > H C Munroe and muthMr bury have returned to AuguaU:of Atlanta announce the birth
leaf Johnny Green eoaiducted the Associate Count Aced mete roved Seem. eb.nnrido. *. J A. MoConnac bate Ga. where be h tfattonvd after
Attraction musk of ""'Hi Rtd et' rv" deL wn cnuE coNcurc. ? lunarr S lawaary It at the end at tb turned fries Panama CM* visiting reUttvps her. of a baby g4H barn Juusry 4.
log It* filming and the lyrtot Oonoc eta hardens because of 'table 1x15 they spent UM wtrkendvHJl fctdily Johnann, atudent at I The bbf weighed sort pounds,
One at the icreen'a host honed are by Stephen oIIfbt>I.... I chemical reaction known as hydnrtfcm Monday, January ft- Mr. MrUormact later tow. the University *f co.o...*., Athens .!fourteen ounces and .bas been
picture, winner West Side story I* a musical between Portland cement Pith Mela with tarter Mr' Ruby Harris, Bias returned to mnune M* named Sara Louise >>n. Rob
"II among drams built around the frictions and .Concrete III'hletl 1 t II the former" Ottv' Wllon
'\tt\ newt world-wide bon. .tiff' saws The a", and Mr\ *. Cue Wade: studies slier upending the hnH- insfNi >
of ten Academy Award in. and rlaihr of Item 1'd'a i* enolst eared for seven day hashed potatoes tsd as recent guess her nwtk date with his parent, Mr and!' n( DeUnd
ittat Seat Picture mid In juvenile gang In. that dty'a Ic; about M per vent otrongar. 9t/'tftI1le1l11 /23oia W T, Mrs. A. It Trteenai of Arkior Mr*. Carl Johnson.Sherjl .
[eel. comes to the Leaf The. seething vest aide. I* order than that exposed M dee sir Lenisne with loot Wind "'*11. Ark, and her broth-" I llobts and OarlnMaFalrrtorh CANT M. rrrMRtES
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get authenticity tat* the Mm tor the aame period R eared he- JlTTEKtf
Ire CIII Sunday Mtrlich Pie. .1 and family Mr and Mr AI have returned to ftlem *
Bid much of It was therefore Hoed far one month th* stoea Ui lbe Bread t| Them .f BaHfcmr* and rnjtHajt-iUDimt TinlWIIMT -
re* "Weet Story, a In New tW1R, D Woodward Sr II Onttrfe, Winston Salem N
York-explosive lilt ( oared concrete I* about I Richer Mr G. R. Wads oftahibrMge I s.s.ass.5 ,1' rsi>-
ill mother. *
Wie
bert production In PinUon In Whinroe Memorial 110"1.OMI. C.
Ue*, I section when threegroups double. Wy? Because twrtnt Obarolate Cake .u1.. ... h.III tae slog let.
and Technicolor for of distinct mowtuie ., where ahs I* a patientdue '? h"I" dspAI.
racial origins. ismrr that plenty of MftkTurlday
United Artist release to a broken arm from an Miss Mar>' Frances Cox Mrs Hunter are mm finding But I. n.n, I n""" Mil
I come Into .
dally contact, Is present for mixlmuir Tcment 7 .,
more January
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Cox where lot of bird aunt I iv. w. n seaF.
Starring Natalie Wood Riche, often than not with eruptive vio hydration Meat Loaf accident which scarred sidle W || Cox Miss Cynthia a \" AI
,rd Beymer. RUM Tamblyn lens I Rice and Tomato Gnvx' visiting her grandum RobertD and Miss Mary Stephens hive P, M'tV lUG CO.
till Moreno and George Cha- Some of the elabesatesequences General curing requirementsAi Woodward Ill and family) returned from Miami where An emotional person II usually '1" .'1.
more GreensButtered
Iris, "West Side Story" comesitrectly a rule, after being placed Turnip Mrs E C Schofleld and chile they visited relative While easily led the wrong w.)
were filmed .
oil vast concrete should be cured for at BeetsCornbread -" -
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Least three 4aa: and preferably --
rsreer *i a two-a-day attraction two yean to make -West Side Butter
for a week. The time depend
(matched only by 1U sensational Story" and Its cast rut tot on the concrete temperature Spiced Apple Sauce
stage success In the world'i the BMilti-mllUom. Warn TO degree F, or above MilkWednPld.y. NEVE R" BErOREairof O E SAE
!leading cltlei. That tea Academy Awards cur for at least I days. When January I-
In addition to the player. won by "West Side bte5 y" are tile concrete temperature I. between Beef and Vegetable\ Soup ,
some of the warld'i finest ere- Best Picture; Beat Direction, M t* M degrees F. for at Cracker 7
alive talents were assembled to Best Supporting Actress: Beat least I dsys.SIiGGEST1OltS. Peanut Butter Jelly ,* .
make the motion picture The Supporting Actor Beat Ctnesna- ron TRANS. Sandwich soy _
original music Is by Leonard tography la Color Beat Art Direction Pimento
; rLAKTINO MAW TREESStew Cheese: Sandwich RIOT.
NCWtST UUGH $ttJERRT
Bernstein, conductor of the hew ; Rest Sound; Beat live- I toad time to plant Carrot Sticks n. fa. t -
a
York Philharmonic Orchestra. Ice! Scoring; Beet film Edllag and transplant atiade trees Peach Cobbler V LEWIS
and the choreography U by Je- and Best Costume Uetija. Early planting allow time for MilkThunday.
home Bobbins, generally retarded the tree t* get established In January 0- .. a.llieg Sealy mattresan
ai America's greatest Turkey Italian '+ %' In his now mevle
the new tIW. It Is; especially
Both these credit were also Included Last Rites For Important for the plant to produce Buttered Broccoli Spear
In the stage_play and new root U replace those Wildolf Salad "WHO'S MINDING

I Mrs. Jessie Suber ton In transplantlnc before: subjected Roll Butter Guaranteeia THE STORE?"
to the strains and stresses .
associated with spring and Jelly
I Hold January 4 atnainer weather and growth Milk
The following are luggeatlonito Friday January ID-
rIiJEI1IIUi Mr*. E. L Suber Sr., 10, of aid In auceeasfuUy moving School Choice
Quincy pawed vy at 11:10 er tranaplaaUng tree We hope that you 11'11t'p j
brio italuok rust a not Friday evening, January 1 tt I. It Is wcseatod that tree III mind that these menus are
the Gadsdm County lioopllal to be moved be S tortes er Irs aubtect to change for the fat- 1 j,. o e a Sealy Mattress with
The former Miss Jessie Fletcher. la alee unless apedal equipment lowing reasons1. : ,
Mr*. Somber was bona IBth and car la available. Government
Sycamore Community toGadsden t. Dug the plant ... secure *imaay delivered which commoditiesare were not 5950 Guarantee
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County, A.tI.er..... root aa possible. This In the county when tIe tfteew .; our Sellillg
marriage In 1105, the lived In van accompUahed by awing were made. '
the Stwdust Community unto a apadtng fork and digging rad L Community food habits
IS years ago .bea she and the tally from the tree to remove are t'lltl1IIt\forttd. t sot for only
late Mr baker moved .(. Qr a. sense lorvg root before digging .. Rise la the cost of a food
cy. She was a member of the In usual manner Item $3988
i Woodland Presbyterian Cburck >. Prune the top severely u 4. AvallaUlltjr af equipment
In Sawdust.Fuster.l a transplanting aid. Prune by and personnel t
i service were eon- thinning branrte and trigs No / 4
menus are given for
MH '
EOai IK THE SOUTH USED (,dueled at 4 o'clock Saturday rather lean to head back top to day berauie of class pUnnlng1 I
afternoon., January 4, from tbe stubs. Some branch shouldbe and '
TO TW TO err RO OF WATOBYTYIHOAVRlltOAROUND school preference*. The;
First Presbyterian Church ta kft to shade cut and as theframework Friday
menu h usually hot
EACH ONE OF THEM... i Quincy with the Rev. BrooioaMatney far top dogs hsmburgen tr flab / t h '
+ t
Jr,, the Rev I:. bask 4. tee motet sawdust or abartad i
Phllpot I and the Rev. Ralph MeCisklll to cover .root after digging
I officiating. Interment and while moving plant M new r
was In the HUIcreit Cemetery site Keep mess silt R 1 1a
with the BuU .Mor'ln funeral B. It I* helpful to cover the / Tae%
Home In charge of arrange tree In moving to reduce drying t
ments. out. ;
We can help you Survivors Include two daugfat- .. Transplant the tree Into a i I \

with sick room ers, Mrs, T. M. Cumbl and bole large enough .to spread the Jw i
I Mr. James Ball, both of Qum- root and permit pleating at '
needs. cy; seven sons Morris Saber, about the same depth as tt previously ..A.b .
Bunyon Sober, Pat Suber and grew. Partially flU boleand .
,
i Dick Saber, Quincy; Byron tuI water thoroughly to settle a L T- R v'S T- j z. .
I ber, Gretna; Howard Super and toll among root. Finish filling
IE. L. Suber Jr. of the Sawdust' hole, water again and mule*.
Community; one br ther. 1. Stake plant securely .to reduce i
F. P. May I ence Fletcher of Crystal Clar'l; damage to the root by I Girl Scout ,
23 grandchildren and 4 wind etc. Small balled or well.
Drug Co. grandchildren rooted tree may not require News
I SU *f Mrs Suber grandsons -' staking.
Phone 627.7601 8. For tree previously growing :
served a* paU"'rPr.:1:
In a shaded place wrap the SENIOR r.rai. BTOIT tI
Tbema Ctjmbie
Stephen Su-
Quincy. Fla. i ber, John Sober Harvey Suber trunk with tree wrap, burlap, tRoop 1M MEETS:
I newspaper or Spanish mom to
Bill Suber and Johnny Su.LIGHT.DURABLE
__ prevent sunscald, Leave the Senior Ctrl Scout Troop 108
wrap en about a year and remove awl Monday night at T o'riort
during the fall or winter at the Presbyterian Church.
Some Mull branches ran be After Linda Bat,' evened the
left guttered along the trunk meeting Saain Waadward dlieusaed Sealy 83rd Anniversary Mattress Guaranteed Til 1974*
the first year to shade the trunk the romsnltlees for the
ECONOMICAL which can be removed liter, Girl Scout Junior Hone Show.
0 Recently transplanted trees Later Ulan Jrffcoat discussed Specially lor their Anniversary teltbratlon, Scaly packed rashes laaly/ FIRM lonstructlan W N.was.e/

20 35A should be watered thoroughly "How We Were to Sell Ads this msttrtss with quality ,..I uP" to make It worth mote Heavy f e.. woven strip* lever ..tAL'i'Iy'
MAC ai needed during dry weather for the time Know" ," W. doled make M eater tarn guarantee, *aun< an a imtrtiHtnilt
I .i.5 501 Check the features, Imeatk Butt***** toe
Water thoroughly but allow the by singing "Diy Dona. mattress prk d compare
Made only byMcCULLOCH.slgkaty soil to dry out somewhat' before Nancy Btane, the p yk.srt'f agrn HI the budget priced mattress lachralv Sea.r Ute W4s it a. -,,..
watering again. Light and AsaI<
frequent root growth watering and functioning.may hinder Troop IU met Monday at the! 'SfT TEAR./==::- "'a a'i ..1fItj'
Ilse w a 10. Fertilize lightly at plantIng Presbyterian Chuira. We opened GUARANTEED 10 dtaes.s bawo:
dada w tad and about t.. time during the ejecting with "Girl
tt the first year Apply about one Scouts t' teller'Then
,..**. (ttisrtetai nip of complete frrtlllier per we dlsntssed aeveraltripe
Inch er trunk dlamrlcr am could mat* during the
and
etlMr .Msa1t. sad S.igttes1 apply
sod ..., Ir6la5s .broadcast or In hale over newWe divided ,', "
E 0 1M _. 0151 the are under the spread of the bile patrols and .
know"hon II ',
get albs tolling doer .. .. branches. closed Done."lbs meeting rtth 1>a, Is ::ik' fM'

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Jea Munrot,
Wum* ft .... .. I"**.* ./ **, Book Club To Meet ScribeGetTogether .
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Sulfa 55 flA1l Book Club will bold tU .
.Inr5n S Mgt..tla. 11wN/ Held ,, : : ,
.Ftagssee, Mieii s FadWs. dalte5pa( first meeting of the new yesrit
"". *w...555111 IOt s Fksss. saheb s Ftmh lilt S11gI the Jefferson House on At Fain Home 'It
MAL CKoa fOR fUll 01 s eT COIIST1UCT19Ni Thursday evening, Jan Bth. ."w '
.. members to assemble at )..4tl A few mnnbeis of the college
p l ,m. Mrs. Florence Myers to set enjoyed in evening of .1. .
hostess and Mr*. Norman f. It', games and conversation at :
OIL COMPANY
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Fain Sr. Is to review the book the home of Mill Virginia Fain : -
ea lad Friday erenlng, before .
FLORIDA ber. returning to their respective j
QUINCY.
"Ml i Jessie" wi burled on school NEVER BEFOR
her WU wedding; ,aaolversary IUfr. lua.oU were asrwdfrom .
the dining room table,
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the officers training meeting on I Maxwell adding that he undermood IDt: 'CATIO1* BILL !!
Tuesday were discussed. Many hit Interstate right
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Interesting and educational programs : RESOLUTION I of way requirement amount toM President Johnson signed
are going to be offered acres to the. mile' pointedout 1 1 legislation setting up s $1.2 billion
to club members and the public this I.ndI'ould be taken I program to help colleges
this year Among these Is : WHEREAS Herbert Eugene Morgan Sr., palled off the tu book at well an out I build classrooms, laboratories
sod libraries
a laundry clinic a charm j ; at Quincy, Florida, November 28 1963 of production I
away on ; The measure authorized MSnllllnn
school and a medical self help
ii'li.; ,.: Commlulonrr Murray Spooner In grunts and 1300 million .
program. Ws remember him through his unswerving devotion
rr' The goal for the year Is 'To of Greensboro raised the In low-Interest loans over
Improve our Health by Better to duty and his dynamic, motivating leader I objection that farms would be I Il'UI II hive years President Johnson
t4( have / / In half with the operatorsunable called It the most significant
Food Habits and to more iiojjI ship. '
time through Better Management to got their equipment Ie education bill In history.rilR .
"' I H* was a loyal and eUectve member of the I across the highway I I IOitpnun -----

tlrw Democrat Party, and a dedicated Public Official lold Mayo the propoiird : RIGIIT SIGN

1963 Photos serving with energy and ability for eleven years as corridor which outs Churchill, England: When
a member of the Board of Public Instruction of Gads- ihiough the center of the ales ill paii.cm-e! tried-to the
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lion could almo put It out of :
den County Florida. Intlt thieves
by stealing apples
business tar
Eddie Taylor aa ai lung-runs
IdentificationIn
'from his
orchard Claude Bache
I AND WHEREAS, the Democratic Executive Committee experiment were lonceinud
,put up s sign saying: "Keep
lie added that he did nut tee
last week's Gadsden County MYF Winners for Cadsden County Florida, noting the how the station could pick upland cut. Trespassers" will be prose
Tunes s series of numbered above facts, wishes to make them a matter of roc to compiiikaU lor the low tQulnry :utcd,

photos were run depleting 5 ord and teels that we' and the entire county and I Apples continued la dlssp-
Selected Jan.
vents that occurred In 11163 have City Commissioner pear and Bache replaced the
a area lost an outstanding citizen and a cherished
teal Weaver said hit had no .
P 1. The 8,000-pound spire II sign with one which reidi
and busted lend; objection at present lo the proponed ''Thou
shown being placed on the ; Eddie Taylor of the SeniorHigh i shalt not Steal"No
tteeple of the First Baptist route but thai lie was Inclined more spplra were stolen.rrnsoNAt ,
Church. M01 the Centenary, NOW THEREFORE be It resolved that the Dem- to favor a southerly corridor
Methodist Church and Lucille oxalic Executive Committee for Cadsden ai a benefit to the '
3. Mrs. Fred Conrad (left) of County county -
!Moore of the Junior High M1F
I ai a whole.Seteral I ,
I Tallahassee and Mrs, Dudley of the Chattahoothee Methodist Florida record its appreciation for the Inspirationand I .1 B Cox has returned to

4 I Munroe of Big Bile Plantation Church were sub-district win. leadership given by "Cent" to so many personsin I residents of the 1GieciMooio rimna after spending the weekend *
1R :( In Cadsden County brush up on flees In the 'Speak Up For Your all walks of Uie. area uigvd thai Ine,1,, with hit p.r.nt.lfr, and
; heir sack-racing technique for ralth" contest last Sunday evening I highway be routed south of Ihllil| Mm Cail Cox
the Tallahassee Junior Museum In Fellowship Hall of the AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that copies town Instead of to the north apropoied.

lonad bounty get-together Auction and, old-fish- Centenary Methodist Church. : hereof bt sent to Gen.'s beloved family and aUnew.papers I .

Eddie delivered a 10-mlnule In Gadsden Florida. To My Friendsand
3. The handsome bunch Is a speech and Lucille presented s published County The public hearing was required
quartet one which took part 100-word essay.Competing btfoie the Road l 1)cpailmrnt -
ADOPTED
this 2nd 1964.
day January
In the Quincy Exchange Club'smusical against Eddie, could atibnill Hi proposals CustomersAS

4s4rx revue In November were Jo Ann Edwards of the DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE: COMMITTEE: to the U S, Bureau of
Left to right are Ted Hubbard. labile Roads.Howard, OF :MON'DtV. JAN! UlkPitt'i
Larry Dean Terry Johnson and Forest Hills Methodist Church, Gadsden County FloridaBY
Billy Poilon. In Quincy and Betty Jo Smith I
: Leona M. Falrcloth Beauty ShopIS
4. Girls who placed first In of the itavsna MitthodMi I
the Cadsden County 4-H annual Church | Chairman Dean AdtlV AT THC

. dress In the near future Eddie MMK 10CATIOSHir.imiY _
""" ,+,.-' "fIIj''r. 0 revue were left to ,
right Allen Smith, Sher ') representing the Crusaders Sub-I ATTEST: Annie Ruth Spears GREENss/lRo.
> QI'INCY
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SAWDUST SNAKE Glenn Hammelman of .
17-year-old : Thompson and Jane Smith District, will compete against Secretary is reefs Psaa ".0'
Tallahassee killed this Diamond Beck rattlesnake last 5. The Adrian Fletcher Family ense Patmoie of the ApalachlJcola I
nearly P.MKI.IXHI will be de.
Friday noon on hit grandfather's (Fletcher Edwards) farm of. _Greensboro was selected Sub-District. I ----- ___ _ ;;c- ,-_-"- voted to a research program Johnnie I). Pitta
in the Sawdust Community. The reptile, which measuredlive "G.
feet nin. Inches long and had 11 rattles, wa coiled Farm Family for 1983.tell to. he District meet February It Masons Install Interstate 10 which strike more than
right are Patricia Clark. Mr.Fletcher scheduled at St Paula Methodist JVMKK babies each
up In front of a gopher hole. Glenn killed him with a Janet Mrs, Fletcher I year and I
Church, Tallahassee arthritis which numbers victims
rifle shot Later the youth returned to the tame place and Rosalyn and Glenda. 64 Officers On l'aallss.d crass ..... flair In the millions HAULINGTRUCKING

killed a second rattlesnake with 6 rattlei. Glenn is the 6 Interested spectators are "On "IM'I'I of this research

son of Mr and Mrs. H. O. Hammelman and a Junior at shown watching Quincy firemen Hinson December 27On In view. of the overwhelming program of particular Interestto I
opposition to the tentative cnrdnr. -
fight a stubborn blaze In
Leon High School. Photo by Photo Studio & Flower Shop the basement section of the said Match Dean of la Dlmn the) Salk conlilbutois Institute,

Citizens Bank & Trust Co. In Friday night, Oerfmber He had pointed out at the,
.... ., for Hliiloglral Studies, there,
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1.11. er..a rsae the elected and anMntedofficers
27th,
Vaughn's losers.In October. start of the hearing that the
r Bulldogs Down the B-TIlt Qulncy's Baby I 7. Medal winners of the sec schools and graduated from for the year lijlS4 for. corridor alignment .... subject Dr world Jones renowned Salk!and scientists a team willnoon of ALL KINDS

Tigers triumphed 45-S5: to posts ond annual Junior Olympic Quincy High In 1927, lie Is alsoa Waihlngton Lodge No IF'" W change after the land surveysrt begin studies of the most
, '- season's record for Coach Track meet In April. Left to graduate of the University of A. M. were Inttalli-d R W made The proposed route basic bliiloglral questions The and Long Distance
Quincy CagersIn Lea Jones The varsity Is now right are David Collins, Pat Florida Gainesville. Following John Bates acted as Instslllni Mrl'her- was charted from aerial maps ,March of Dimes is aiding In the Furniture Insured
officer with W. Tewy
and turned
\.5. Farmer and Steve Stoutamlre, It out the Road Department -
graduation In 1931 he Joined runitiuctlon and
Gary Coleman paced the B'. 8. The Quincy Exchange ClubIn the staff of the A, L, Wilson son serving as Marshal hail nut had any made 'nilltuieHe support of the
Friday TiltBy against Marlanna with 11 points July marked Its 40th Anni Company He Is now presidentof Elected officers Installed to (the south of this line. Aerial urge .
to
Wayne and Winston Chester versary. Dr 0. E. Boring left) that firm and also a director were: William L, Vtood Worshipful -. taps. In the fiadndim County Ih.... Important everyone new support Sam Hulley
programs
Dons James both tallied 8 points each I. the only member left of the of the Quincy State Bank Hela Mauler: Clarence Fo* ax assessors olflce were offered of the March of Dimes "I
(48) MARIANNA (60)) Senior Warden, W, C In the SKI ,
QUINCY original 24 charter members a veteran of Wotld War II, Irr, for Its une t'1l1l1'ludl Dean "At the
Times Sports Writer Coleman 1 Turnsg 15 Randolph R. Jones on the? rights laving served two years In the thoadea, Junior Warden; Ralph the main objections to the lime, ae cannot forget the same MAin 7.6433
Quincy High's basketball Porch 0 Poatm 18 the oldest member. United Stales Army. A Mi win, H. Bush Sr, Treasurer) and roKiH-d| coiTldor/ were 'that It thmisaiiils t of disabled I Polio many vic: I
team battled Marlanna on even Whitley 8 Applewhlt 12 8, A few members of the Rotarian and an elder of the C. D. Johnson, rVrretary. would take valuable farm land lima who still limk l<> ua for
terms In the first half but Dover 13 Stephen 8 Gidsden Saddle Club are shown First Presbyterian Church of Appointive officers Installedwere fut of piuduitlon split a num help Your contributions will\
the Northwest Florida Confer- McCall 9 Jenlng 8 who took part In the big two- Quincy, he Is also active other : hennas M Cumble, Jr, her of lactic along with the Ag enalile them to Ions lo the
ence rivals pulled away In the Edwards 8 Rrttlg 2 day Round-Up In November civic and fraternal affali Senior Deacon; James A Jslllrl, 'ultuial' Experiment 8tallll." 111.// S. ADAMS ST.
third and fourth quarters for HslfUme score: Mirlsnna )4, which attracted approximately Mr Illnson was married In Junior Deacon; C. C Mynard withal 1 piovldlng any access -------j
s 60.48 victory there Friday Quincy S3 2,0(10 people. Miss Elizabeth Blotch of IJuIn- Senior Steward; David Earl between he severed parts, and I
night. 10, Brenda For'lenberry (It'ftl.nd cy In 19.1H: and the couple has Stephens, Junior Strward (Absent would put several small larms
Mary Leila Gilbert received to 1M Installed later., out of business. NEED A GOOD PLUMBERIN
Three Bulldogs had big HD Council : John Jr, a sea
nights
hitting In double figures Jan the Curved Bar In May man eln.the United States Cosst ewla H Gregory, Chaplain, It was alwi claimed that right A BIG HURRYAT ',lg

Postma was high scorer with Mat he highest rank In Girl bcoul- Guard, Alex, a student at Emory O'Neal McCotik Tyler, of way along a corridor to the REASONABLE COST? \#
FridayThe oulh
would be
18 points, followed by David Ing. University Atlanta and All Master Masons are en less enpenslve; .
Turnige's 13 and Charles Ap 11. Members of the Junior Stewart a senior at Qulmy ended a special Invitation tow end because of a more level ter-
Demonstration Executive Boys 4-H Club I rain construction coals should o
12. Home High School. present at the regular meeting -
plewhites
Board Council met Frl 12. Navy Ensign William II on January 14th at which be somewhat cheaper,
Guard Walter Dover scored day at 9:SO sin at the homeDemonstration Brinks, son of Mr, and Mrs. C Ini. two candidates will bIoAlven County Coinmluluner Tom or want to contracta
IS points,_tops for Coach George office A. Brinks Jr. of Quincy, was the Entered: Apprenticedegree Maxwell said he had no objet.Ikon. big or little lob? Q-
Officers( for 1064 are Prei.- designated In May a naval aviator to Ih'.| upu'llld route In .
VITAMIN AND Mrs Frank Whittle; let vies In ceremonies at Naval Guns'r. he w..,.n part of the county THEN DIAL 627-8666

HEALTH FOOD SERVICE I pres.- Mrs Jack Covlnglon Auxiliary Air Station, Kings- .. .... u.., but that through the central sec-
2nd vice pres,- Mrs. O. LAdams vllle, Tex HI. wife, Virginia, Ion It should be two or three
24 HOUR
Special Diet and Laura Gholson I SERVICE I II
Health Fooda secretary Mrs Alfred Is shown pinning on his wings, would of course Include parents miles to the south where the
Suber, treasurer Mrs. Jack 13 The Flag of the United among others who knowingly and Is mostly sandy ridge and
Miss Audrey Reaves, Owner I Poppell ant state council delegate States was raised and then low. permits the child to use (l'.sll.aed r., .. ,.saes II.., not aa well suited fur agrltulure. MOODYPLUMBINGCOl-IPANY
903 Wf King It, Ph. 7-t.K Mrs O. F' Shepard. eyed to half mAlt In an Impressive or have In his possession any He aald he cannot under.I
Dana for tin .-"o Year jnd ceremony held alter the BB gun air rifle or 22-calbie merit," with feeling :.\fttiei land why the rout veered to 1927 Mainline Drive
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'assassination of President JohnF rifle In vlnlallun of the statewide In YholiKinwaa he nmthwest after passing near
Kennedy, Members of Judged on 'rullv.lid he of QUINCY. FLORIDA
the law described bqve.. | pen community Midway when
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED Explorer Scouts, Boy Scouts, liable to s fine of aa Hiu+ <'h\M -,"iiJIKWttV.;) W.Vl appear- 5 more westerly course appeard .
Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts par- $300 or ImprlsoiiPtrnt. to 10 aura In evening town, tears' th fit to be shorter < Next Door io B&H ComIruclion CompanyTIME
CARS j tlclpated days Local ordinance provide nets i In sports, wear and lj>rr-. -- -
14, Guy A.; Dice, veteran appropriate penalties for their sons! Interview,
USED PARTS for all makesof teacher, coach and counselor violation. Mlsa Gholson' has been a aen- BULLDOZER

Cars and Trucks was honored by the Quincy Kl- The violation by any child lor cheerleader for three yearsand TO WE HAVE .
wants Club In February for Ms of federal or stale law, or of Is captain of the squad this
HOUR WRECKER SERVICE : many years as a teacher here. any local ordinance an net rear She la s member of the t Paves FsInU
WE BUY JUNKED CARS IS. Ken Markham, campaign of delinquency Negligent firIng Student Council end has been WORK f'rsne Plumbing' Flslurset .
chairman of the United Fund of rlflea been In templele, Lla..f
of 22-callbre has the band for six years A
1422 W. Jefferson MAIn 77115FOR Quincy, Florida, I ne. responsible for many accidental. member of the First MethndlM Building Mt:.rlilst

:1IT'S 18 C, W, Rldlehoover driver deaths; and serious Injury to I Church In Chaltshoochite, Miss Li I 1 Aleea Aluminum Ranfliig
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member the Flghtln Quincy from careless use of air I Sunday' School clans She vas dlflat
High Faculty basketball tram rifles. Because of their small elected by the school faculty and LAND Tarey Asphalt ...fl..
that played against the Quincy sire and bore, light weight and the American Legion Autlllary e laid Bmil Nhtelrarkand
Varsity Team. relative lack of noise. In operation to attend Girls Stale In Tsllahassee REMODEL flrpsum Frsdurtat '

17. T> new mathematics- the highly dangerous nature this past summer. CLEARINGPHONE BUILD Kiwi-tins': (Ixxls t :Other: u lion:::
meteorology building at Florida of these weapons la some Miss Sandia riua Hundreds

NOT Slate memory Vnlverslt of the, Isle was. named James. In J, times, overlooked.and others are Parents urged, children lo brunette Rspp from a alrlklngblueeyed Havana BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.
who last
was yesra Miss'
Love. Mr Cove was a memberand remember that It Is "better> idtdtn II NORTH MUHSOV
County Tobacco Queen IUIUT qVINCY
chairman of the Board of be safe, than sorry,"
Control for several yean until --- -- was Invited to appear on the
: : his death !In IB8I. He was aim i program Friday evening Pen'
TOO q Chairman sacola.Daughter. CECIL A. BEANE
of the Board of the
Quincy Slat Bank. Fred Shelfer of Dr. and Mn J I
II. Jolly old rvd-noeed Ssnta W, Happ and a freshman at MAin 7-6039 .111'c

I ,Is shown listening to a long Hat I H..II.... re.a Pass ..., Florida State University, Hiss' 4
LATE of presents s young fan want. Sapp presented a modern )auInterpretation I
to find pider the Christmas I Iomcl JOl..Il'Onlllctor. that therepiping of S Bumbor from
tree of the water on the 4 1 the Broadway" musical "Flover Cadsdtn County
It A giant moonshine rtlll acre Involved would affect loo Drum Kant tier costume, an I Insurance Center
that was found and destroyednorth families and cost td.611181. abbreviated aqus-eolorsd Orle" >n-'
of ML Pleasant 1 'The AST Company doeml al sheath topped by a roolle 1121 West Jefferson

20. Pant presidents of the want to spend money to relocate hat, was designed by Miss HsppLeiier ,
Quincy Woman's Club were the water supply emphatically -- I PAT THOMAS
honored at the "Open House" slated Mr. Bleten-I
held, In November at the ....1'. holt, I To Edilor
I renovated club house. Commissioner Illrt suggestedMr INSURANCE. INC.

21. Troop 201 was host for Eaten meet with s ",
: the Honor Court and fish fry sentative of the State Road pre'l .efl.... icon Pase eset
I held In August at the Scout partment Investigate tile
A des, Camp-site on Lake Talquln. The tool and make a report a lion In the memory of s loved o
./ area was cleared s road built later dale The Board could one or friend, please contact our
a shed constructed and a large then work out a satisfactory attic direct) at JilJ Klver.slda .
grill built by the Scout and agreement I Avenue Jacksonville, Floe

w>f many helpers. The, AST Company will be, ida.May
guaranteed s water system withno Cod bless end keep you On. Stop Means
FAITHFILNew throughout this N... Year of
MEMllU to the '
eapense
corporation.;
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KM sod all the Complete Sanrlce
Athena ilL A Hay Chairman Shelter stated la Mr years to someKlncer.ly
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I brick church, knows) as the Lit BleUnhaii
R tle Zion Methodist Church has The nutter of appointing a TH* VOLUNTEERS DIAL 627.7151
:a total SMntbershlp of lI county civil defense director la OF AMERICA
I Alet WUd,. 70. and boa sis place of Herbert Gregory who Vfvlfiin Jett Manr QUINCY Scjt-itfD&J
ter Pearl e7. are Ut only' 2 recently resigned was diacus Director
members of the church. Tuey ed. Crinellc Bishop was requested ..

A BIGGER AND BETTER ea lake personally ewe of the each church week/loan efter but stated t. he accept would tIlt be position smalilat BEFORE YOU GO. water repellent

tile Her H. y, gityto. con assume the many responsibilities

duds s full length church sr*. Involved, Mr. aUshop GO BY BILL'SAND ; keeps car coats"powder"
CHRISTMAS IN 19S4
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said kowevar, he would' eon-
They have resolved to hasp It tine Ia help" .In the education STOCK: UP &

open as long a. they are phy- pftase of civil orient ia Ike Wilt Hunting And dry !
Christmas Club NowlSOc slcally able- county
I Join Our
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S 1.00 each w.tk for 50 weeks S 50.00S JUST WHAT THE NAME IMPLIES BILL'S BAIT & TACKLE SHOP I It the "" ..t. meat snaiirg" water fe-

Modem Beautiful EconomicalA went foe clothes ever .,.01..' eev nx..d kyti
2.00 each week for 50 weeks $10(100( 1205 W. Jefferson Street Quincy 11. n'ly fanteus './lIIoft.ld ettsfa4 soty si yourItmtone
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week for 50 weeks $150X0
S 3.00 each DOUAB AND A DEED IS AIL YOU HEDPAYM SM, .mem dry and ..rif*..tI.*. t. lIMIt wale gee

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SAVE x PRICES GOOD THRU Dlvi lea .(
4 Child Tttlata t hoto
JANUARY 'IITH
weNNSill, ......, II.. The column today tl Iron the
e' ce TfnWT.M. II Naturally Tender Oketchobee Newt, local n,w>-
paper In the towa of the Florldi
School lot Boy *t OktehobcYoungittri
4 '4I it the florid.
School for Boys at Oktechobe
; a respond to rtllgloui teaching

,I' I M Sr LW ( 'SIII. eagerly amadn riiulti.and sometimes The tchool with employs .
r. lUv John M. Dlckson n
hill time Protestant Chaplain,
aDd Migr. Michael Bwrhillrr.
r, pastor ol the 8t Anastasia
; Church la ft Pierce minister
to approximately 4d Catholic
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boys.
T-Bone
O OD ST o a E S LL 98 In tilt four and I half years
lit Khool has bon In tp.ri-
Uon Chaplain Dlckaon ffcalli'
Mvcral Instances In which boys
10 EXTRA STAMPS PLUM ROSE STBaconc'.o'3l'r : hiv ahown startling changca InItlltuc

;; : Sirloin i i 88' been On.\committed.Involved. i to boy the who school had

after h* vandalized I church
At the school the boy gradually
so EXTRA STAMPS TARNOW CHIPPED FRESH, LEAN ,TENDER FULL CUT BONELESS STEAKS took an Interest in religious ictlvltlei -
and gained I deeper Insight -

HamorBeef3 fleas. $1. for home into, life Superintendent When he! left W.
Round La. 88; M. Suit and the Chaplain ad-
PORK LOIN [ rlaed bin to aee three persons
lAvE 10, EACH THRIFTY MAID 1) the pastor of his church; 2)<
LEANER FRESHER GROUND !100< % PURE BEEF the principal of his school: 1>

Catsup K 19; 5 91 would a man five the him chaplain a job knew who

G Beef 5 lPKG./. 1 The tint thing the boy did
yRIS CUT .INCH CUT r. upon Mi return home was to
SAVt I4< EACH DEEPreserves SOUTH PEACH apologize to the Paitor of the
Rib End 39 LoIn End 45 church he bad damaged and
2.Lb.39 Only' AGING bring you auch TENDER MEATY GOODNESS ask to repay the congregation

Jor / LB. f LB. W.D Brand beef ii close trimmed'of bone and fat beforeweighing who Then could he sought give him out a the Job man lie-

and packaging You get more lean, tender beef per ports have come back to the
SAVE U< EACH DEEP SOUTH PEANUT pound at Winn-Dixie school that the boy la workingin
I the citron industry and has
proven honett, dependable and
Butter. .2 ar 49 '
; jiduitrloua.
i Thtalk at the training achool
I I. dedicated to the talk of doing
something serious solid and
Elgin Yellow Solids b FROZEN FOOD lasting toward meeting the
moral and spiritual needs of
i the youngsters committed to
s e their care and auperviilon. At
O L E 0 $ ; I the present time 400 boys between -
MORTON CHICKEN BEEP TURKEY
a s the age of U and 17 ate
v enrolled at the school haying
& Pot Pies SP i'1. been adjudicated delinquent -
a by the courts of Florida
sa They are children In trouble,
but they are not beyond help.
LB. i I MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, They need guidance,
PILLSBURY'S BESTFLOUR DOLE PINEAPPLE VAN CAMP proper
3ICR'1. faith In others, and hope for
.10F Fruit Pies the future. At th. training
$3 f ord., JUICELimit ; Pork & Beans school they receive' personal at.
union and help in solving
s TASTI 0' SEAFish their problems. They attend
grade achool and high school,
5 learn a trade In a well equipped
300 Sticks 3 Pkgs.s1.: vocational school learning
.. LB. 46-0 good work habits and attitudes.
50 Extra .. /"Green uc I Can Can Religious teaching ia a big
Stamps 39 25 9 MORTON factor In each boy'. r..dju.t.menL .
WITH THIS COUPON AND SAVE SAVE SAVE Much of the rellgloua
ON. t4.I. ... :'L.0. .V/MM 20 f a 10, I SVicEA.. program U voluntary, yet the
Pan-Redl Shnmp ; Donuts PKG. OF ,is 39/ majority In tome of the phase boys of religious are angmd .

TNNU JANUA.. I f7N activity. M per cent of the
;ANY WINN.DIXI''I Limit 1 with $]. order or more 2 ot this price, pi.... limit 1 with' $S. order or mon boy attend Sunday School, and
fl d are given recognition pins and
r. certificates for perfect attendance .
Religion la not Imposedas
a duty at the boy*' school l'
rather each boy Is guided in
I SAVE ft* EACH LIMIT 2 WITH $5,, JRDER OR MORE seeking ODd for himself.
50 Extra;J.J.I.l Creel
/ Stamps 238 students are presently enrolled
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASI atTwe :! .1''!)
".; t In ( separate Bible elatees -
.. Wesson O )8 The classes are under the
> PMIIH NON..Ae HOUSI ;
Stuffed Pecnarsinmun II BOttle JI; rat direction series of of 54 Chaplain lemons based DlcksonA on.

,000' I ITU SAVE 12 EACH PURPOSE OIL Old Testament Characters and
AT ; WINN-DlXl' '! Large the life and Ministry of Jesus
d' Christ Ire presented with sound
32 .:K 24L Heads film strips in full color. Following
AstorALL' Oil Bottle 25' 1 each lesson a discussion
a
period ia conducted and each
Snowball student la given a test on the
aLL SAVE 12. EACH KLEENEX PAPER material covermi In the lesson
Green
Each
50 Eitri4 Stamps youngster commlled to
AND PUKHASt Of the school la given a Blbl. .
WITH THIS CWTOH
Towels I 2 Roll 29' 1 I a book he will use each day in
CauliflowerSAVE
Pkg. his devotion., Bible classes,
White NN.A.L. r P.e.PeaslN ,youth .meetings, and discussion
groups The Bibles are not pro-
;";;;;;;";':/:XII }Qf EACH DEEP SOUTH H owed made available from Stat.by funds the generous but are

g1 donations of Interested people In
39' this area The gift of a Bible
Mayonnaise. could actually mean th. aalva
HEAD 29 Uon of a youngster on the vergeof
disaster the Influence
50 ExUs C Green Stamps SAVE 10* EACH KRAFT that may tip the scale of decision
la the lift of t young
WITH TUB heart
,.u.OAMI ,ruiMayonnaise QI, 49 It has been fairly\ well estab
lished, Chaplain Dlckaon said,
Grap u. s. NO. t SWEET | U. S. NO. 1 YELLOW ,that from iJ to 17 youngsters

AT Coot ANY TUMI WINNrN-DII[ REGULAR 23<<< DIXIE DARLING SEEDED BROWN N' SERVE POTATOES ::| ONIONS earn out of their each releases one hundred from who the

$4 J'J Okeechobee school never exper!

R 0 II S. 2. 12-Roll PkgL 39x 4 m 49' i: .5 Lb. Bog 39' ience enforcements Chaplain further! Diction difficulty agencies pointed with law out,

x.. J'J(. that the sole objective of the
training IC.'hooll. to help eachyoungster
50 Extra 41Green Stamps understand and appreciate
WITN WIRON AND WB C1IVBP Christian virtues by a

.:.. CAN. ,.::: IIB IJ =Jar training program in of the re-education ways of good and
Blae Tuna :' cttiienshlp end Christian living
ay 4\-rl.\J -Vi:
.
I 4..tfj"A "Whit we try to do Is
I :T ?NAY JANYAM IITN 4.. i ,dry help each pant
ANY WINN-DIXI[ ORREN } W? and to IIoror'be: a constructive
I. _---.tW, dX- STAMPS illli 1 1 1 4 s future


. BLUE WHITE BIBLE VERSETO
ARROW
VACUUM
\ PACKED or
: : : . )d.
5Q1wt'J1'THIStr' ..JlSta.m. .s f Astor Coffee I Detergent STUDY

eovPorf D PUROIASI VJ .. Tke rrue wttkereth. the
a. N flower .,. .,
fadelh. kit the "
Fishers'kl Pepper IJj m i1 ear Gad skill stead forever.
rJ
.. 1.LS CAN GIANT BOX t Wile was Die author ef the

SL : 'ANY TN.YJAIteN WINN.DIXI' d'Ji 1 SAVE 14' 49 F iII\ SAVE 11' 4 I 8 F I. the What above time WIll statement? his position? at

S. T. whom was he talking!
-. 1 J VA 1i! 4. Where may this statement
X_ A MAXWELL HOUSE Saw 12g DETERGENT Save 211 be round_

'50 Extra 3.X.'Grecn Sias s'" XWEL Coffee ss 59 J Tide. GIANT 58; Answers t. Bible Ten
WITN.TWiCCl1P01+ANDPUeota ice SSE 1. Isaiah
IHO 1 He was Isrseri Moat outstanding
oN.t..Y. ( Umlt 1 with $5.00 food A"' r Urnit 1 with $5.00 food prophet.

Crest Toothpaste /'A order or mor.. order or more. f VII I Te the children *f Israel
V
S...TM.u IANYA.T 111w e., 4. balsa 40: 11RAIL.
AT ANY WINN.DIXI[ 4'ljJ ,
;& &= IV10NS: AND! Con ?

Five ran unions have announced
their strategy for a
court attack on a Federal ar.bltratlom .
ruling feat would
wipe' eat thoaund .f railroad

IfJlJ tt sdever9fthte (it<
f I r e as e a bnknarB.awuefemee .
aM eonductors
Newly JOG railroads are in.vorved .
315 West Jefferson Street .

The md of tile world wtO an.rIv ..
ea u..; a* deal k* bettered
wrlk predkrUoets.rAce .

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CADSDt.COt'NTY-. 'mE.QUtNCT.. FLORIDA TH1JII"AY.HNUARV P. IM4 PACE ELE\E j 4


TABLERITt PILLSBURY OR

: CHEESE SLICES BALLARD BISCUITS '

I OLPJ.7.. 29c 4 Can. 29c





for the lady who PLEASE LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 lING BIRD BRANDPINK
f) *
r\ pushes the cart t OR MORE FOOD ORDER

...ICA hot a complelt" selection' ,
e the I I
finest in frozen foodi. You'II find fresh \, C A N E
f frozen ,
':" vegetable, and(Juices i tasty soups
.. pot pies' dinners' and delicious pojtr ei that,
art certain to pleats your family at meal. s.: '
.. .
time They're easy to prepare, too-ult FR OlEM fRESH
\\ .. pop': your choice In the even,heat, and| 11m SALMOM
Ol serve. for a real treat,plan frozen foods GREEN PEAS U G
o'0 0 in your menu tonight) Z JJ K R



MIX OR MATCH OR BUY S Pound 59c TaU 4ft c
THEM BY THE CASE cv.EH v[wg Package Can
IGA FRESH FROZEN
I I I I

GREEN PEAS BLACKEYE PEAS PEAS

& CARROTS BUTTER BEANS BABY BAMA
'
LIMAS CUT GREEN BEANS MIXED MAYONNAISE Quart lor 39c .

VEGETABLES MEAT PIES &
MAXWELL ROUSEINSTANT

SPECKLED BUTTERBEANS COFFEE 10 lot Oi. $119


6 PACKAGES $1 00 LA RUTA ,


CORNED BEEF 12 Can Oi. 39c I, j;

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VIRGINIA RED DELICIOUS
IGA YELLOW CLINGPEACHES
:, TABLERITE WHOLE


.SMOKED., 3 "fail:* 79c ,AppJes

'I z' IGA WHOLE KERNa

x PICNICS I I OR CORN CREAM STYLE


: 2 303 29c /lag Lb. 39'
: 4 POUND 2 9 c Cant

? IGA BRANDCATSUP
;2 ,.


u o.. RUSSET
19c
SMOKED BREAKFAST Bottle POTATOES '10 Lb.Bao 59c
SLICES lb. 48 ;
MICHIGAN MEDIUM YELLOW

SMOKED EXCELLENT FOR HOCKS SEASONING lb. 39; SLAB SMOKED ONE: ONIONS I 3 Ib$. 19 C


SHOULDER ROASTib. 39c BACON HAN MEATY ALL FLAVORS IGA


LAMBSHOULDER CHOPS Ib. 48 38 NECK BONES ICE MILKGIANT

RANCH STYLE Ib.
BACON 2 Ib. 89c

1 Oc
Pound \ CaL 39c



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GIANT SHE
LIQUID TREND Eock 49c REGULAR SIZE> BARS Ie SALEPROTEXSOAP :

3 Jars 29c
TOILET SOAPSWEETHEART PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY FRIDAY. SATURDAY
4 Ian 3 3 C GIANT PACKAGESDRY JANUARY 9TU 10TH AND 11TH
TREND Ead. 49
AGTNEBLUE
ALL a 79C QUART SIZELIQUID
ALL ram 75c WALL'S
QUART :SHE
ANDY ** &9c GIANT SIZELIQUID IGA FOODLINER
HANDY 131 w... letferaed...<
LUX ** 63c \
TOILET SOAP AND
LIFEBUOY 2 S: 23tREOTIAB REGULAR BARS WILSON'SIGA
LUXSOAP r. 31c
SHE:BAs
SUPER MARKET
PRAISE SOAP 2 '" 29c LAUNDIY DETERGENT: II Eat WaiktnjtaeiQUINCY. ..trMtWI ,
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Yf'-90 10 is 1001AY DsSTTAIIN' ? [swear- L6AC7Lw7_ Et4,
k1@ REAS0NNGIN10'114 !l TYP'CAL ;MUt*. WLL,t W P'? tJtn7 WA FEIRAN I WISHING WELU&JUruMrrt ]
TO DIM AMERNCAN DO l! 7 EY SOETEN CAME LIKE TTESTJV
GYPSY UiMTSANDSOFT MOUSWIPEdAVE IlER TO THE ACTS OV&JTTER.d) O."fttaAt 0IIttI.t. .
PAVILION'T0 MUSIC. IVU KNOW BRAINS MA/NM RIGHT
RLAGCFJ WIF A9JU8TOMEMINUTE. 7HETYAL'Vie' LIKESTW MAN M.rt
MTP .'? TRAPS?! S I e t t S lf t
>&l_ T H A t O__ II UR ANCESTORS lyOuincv
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plcuant iltUt pun that Wfll |(M you InusSp
HERB :
I DAGvJOOD. 'III TH R'S NOBiODYI itci DAGWOOD, 1 you GO DOWN IIICAN' :diy. It U a mnrnrlod puiil deripied spell out
/ -** I HEAR A I DOWN HLRBtrt 2 HEAR IMANOTHER your fortune, Count the letter hi your drat hkn. If tM number
-*NOISE DOWNSTAIRS BUT f MIGHT THAT SAME NOISCA ? of letter it a or more, mibtnct 4. If Un number It,let
'O BETTER GO DOWN I A5 WELLIIAVEA Cf.AINON THING
YOU
{ than 8, fid S. The result U your key numlx-t. Start at th.
AND INVESTIOA1 6 SNACKS
upper Ieft-hand corner of the! reet&nl' and check ivory one
s M your key number, left to rlfhU The r*ad the me .r.
the letter under the checked figure |tn yoo. '..go
w I.... hr WlUlim I. Kite DMritaM. at -.ot "._er.dMM 1M. I


:z os' Out Our Way

0 t ,

gaIn I wt 'DER M SGQAlT'IS1'' i'
EVER N7TICiDTiAT'M
+ oNLY TraNOe TMAT DCN r 1
u hWr L'LUTr.N oR/.6.AK 4HOMrN

,VITHHtM.L i ir
TMtJM THAT NM's Q ,t ..w ..1 4r.rr..u.ae.
No aeAtlst
"If tort of a combination of poker and that other

Is OH ARtWIIARCINI t WANNA OET Rf ? game-w call it 'draw brW| l'! "
COMK INT )
CAM I '
bIDI1'TNUR1tT NIA HATCHET,,, -
THE BOtI! ARt 1N'1 ...ARCH Wft A GT NtJRT..ww1r FROMTHE ATIICP 4NA.w
CHOPPING t.OMI THAI IITTIa...ACCINHT/
OF THAT CE DANGEROU'OIF 7 Gn
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\ *tUi AL NOW THAT W l MMMPH \ TO SORMW A RKPU TEO.NT AofC-TWo CAN Do tine ORA 1110E I A PFM PRN
.._ IU INTRODUCeO ME TO*1 WIPE AND ITDMOTA YOU wm aowa 10 ItT"n*I icKBr ICE AIM IT* I MOULP PC TIE JCL i All 1 1AASIL'I 010HEAD TDWSd Q.W.t1MM, __I 1lR.
SAVED KV LIFE M WORLD WAR I, (WHAT/MOP KKM.UtH FOR A LOAM "V,TKIf'* CASTINer. EORXED r ru.ti
K T VOU WANT i .TO IREe. HEAVY WHAT* WSIPBfV IN A MEMAUOY.IM 50 I CAN PRSi 1 1ITOX -
METAL MfO Aeo
COLE NOT TO SNOF PIPE Freckles And Friends c
AtIYONa90LEr96oIVIVIITO 1
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PUNISHED/, .l
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I MpTSMOQTIR,IF MI CRtvas5E 9 f I'Tf CONSIDER
hMT NI9 tQN 10 MINI LI MTH CHARM DINNER PLA'INOITCUOI Pd WAND
AS eJrNltlnuTFe LE0! 5TLFl UN1n. arf,
NTldl TNAT'6 NI6dCtCARNED THE NOW O1OPi IOURE A
AND THE F'Owg TACTICAL
/f PrJDIELL COf1ETN' 6ENIU3,

Y.. ( 'foLtRI! .DRIBBLE bLl! .
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pITAIN wNAr a
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t Abt ""You duties, Mill Hlmdlsh, consist of typlnf, filing

r .. lend keeping my mind off of how much better a
I machine oould do your lob!"



OUR ANCESTORS by Quin
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I THINK SHE CAN HER NAND! t DONT MUIVl IT:
CONTROL NER WEp1 LAd NAND NIR TIllS ICICLE.o 1:
TY TTANfMif61C 1IN TEMPE RA TURE FlMONICRACUSP
TNt uTY I! our. yt
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E1 L'VTHIN WAS RTC; M/0CEFCA5eANOTHATti / : XXE MAN06AOINSI5ADOP ? /I
NOW t D THB OIAY 11U 1HE ROft3W WHEN I ReCOVFDED: THAT WWQS V lJEtA6.
BIQ ME TINO CALLED C7N AAE. i: W'T lHi H.D.: HIOJIN ... i.e

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__ GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY. FLORIDA. THURSDAY JANUARY- 9.__.1)64__ _=c=. _. PACE THIRTEEN"SuperRight" i



4 y Short Shank THE RECREATION NEWS I I pprJo/Ja I


Mr and Mr' C V. Plnmn. Jr.have
SMOKEDPICNICS d FARM ft* Donn JameaMrs's return** tn Tampa fallow.
FRONT I II\SKfTllULVlMr I Inn! I llt her with Mi' par

*,lj:\ Ian t, 7 p 10 entiMr and Mm Gordo. Boyle l
I( 1 Mi \)11I": ><. Hydro Gm V,
I and two ran have relumed to
11 o BY DOYLE CONNER I ':11 ""m Manning Taunt 5.. Knterprle, Ala. following a
iOMMISSIONERFLORIDA :ugly Oil tn M 1'111t with her parent, Mr. and
P,i 1i t.'d itmrt fur tonightrt Mr. Hiram Drlnklcv\
AGRICULTURE
DEPARTMENT OF pm Manning Taylor Mr and !Mm, James Walls,
I I Sf! 11 UIIIM And 8 311 p.m.- lift Mund.iN to iprnd several
'monM chanted In the 11 i I "tit oil t'" vi Hydro flea. dl\'' In 1'inamaj *
Sliced WholeS ultvral plrtar that have !confln of the farm environ: Top Ten "Scorers Thr Rev ?Mrl K. NaiihPhllpot
S to 8 Lb. bfrn takinf place In recent men'. I Player team Tt1 have returned from
years la the expansion of wrt Such trend apeaka well fm, T Team "/) 41 Lakeland where they KtrtiNed
PLAID AverageSTPS left by Acrlmltural Extwslor supra ot Emontlon expanded i 'I. J< nn, 110 37 a MI..loneIUl1l!.
I mitt fields| other than thm* W program civics .new etnphailir R. W Onodwrn. MT SU !Mr. Owar May, Mr and Mix
farm avtnrHtet. the policy of aprvlr to all Joiner. HO 111 II II Mallard of MatcMt and
I Mar rpTontly. with the advent the people." t I 1 IrtffU, (0 MU Mra T U Woodbery have returned
33C Ib.29C of Rural Ar ai Dt\elop- yComptroller raffish HO l from I vacation at Em-
r I mcnt and ether pwtram II.! .. In the event your' im lined M 1. Wella, Ito tR < etald 1 C t. Mr and Mrt. Mai-
signed 'It rtTitallw, nral AmcrIra to worry about he ale. of out 1' Lenilrux SO ItR lard have returned to their
I the attlvHM. of the A.rt- Federal debt don't i Ray It Greet : Smith, Ct> 10 home In Matcott
Fine cultural Ai"nt have been In- At 307 BILLION inllan I the I I), James. lilt 15HMI Mr and M... Floyd Rnsett
Quality Heary Western Bee! Chuck 1 crpanindljf aimed at nerving the Federal debt ro. tali i] per cent Green To lUlf fttandlnlft and their gurntit, Mr and Mra
needs( 6f ntm.farm people of national Income. comparedwith I Ray Team Won Lout Hank t'handier i tit Sivannih sod
f i This hew tofl<*T* Of Arlnil-' 60 per lent 10 yean a to Shell Ollert :1 0 Mr and Mi a E J RuHl nf Winter -
SquareI *% C tural Kxtwinlnn la to serve all Then what annul the upcomIng .1 Seek Reelection Hydro: UII i I Park .""nt the wpritrnd In
I the profit l KM luM the farrnmIt budget? U'< expected to be Maiming, TaUur 'I Mobile Ala, and attended the
Cut IkIb. : Isn't ttartly a hew tda But about 100 RtU.ION dollar for < ralg Oil In, 0 3JUNos sector "howl lame,
\ It hai bnun ro tak the lint tim in history but Tallahatto, Jan H State ', hHS BKKKTBUIrrMtv Mrt Main M.mro Jr wu
"Super-Right" Fine ,held and brcom really *<(<. even that Lint a OIUK tor worry Comptroller Ray K Green to flee :ro'I..lor. among IhnMattondlng the lame
Quality Hoary Western Beet s live If you look it It In relation a day annmmcrd hit rindldarr S4' (Hawk* In.Mubllp SMunlavELECTRICAL.
:rlht::,1.j ::.1t ., .
Although arrrle* let farmer to our gross national: produd for reelection Uker 17 -
la mil the main hob the ett- For a utimbpr i>f year. accord Green the 14th Comptrollerof the neck art: Twnlay. Jan
ROAST 7r9 C /forU1"fO mm H to follow thrmmh Inc to on* anilytlt l>. ...n. Frorlda, sins MM that hl. 14. 4 IS pM Warriors \. taker I
Into the Mwnd and urban ar ai the tiudirH has been running .n-ln.l.w.. Jnrm A. Mattlaan. and S pm.- Critics vi
around Jr. prominent Tallahaa Atlornry HawkewtAedlul
With all IntnvrtH iwnclM leN per tent of ( Np I
would again am al
!Scorers
of the Federal Rovmiinrnl tar At HOW estimated. rtchidlng ,
Mat chelrtmmo.Tom SERVICE
"Super.Right" Minute Cubed "Super-Right" Sliced Salome & oprrKtrui to advance preiramlfor defense attending, the coming hit Ilum campalun|>hr..*. pxaridlve !K I layer Peaann, team, II Tl'31I
raliilni/ th* onnmlc' I lynch' budget Dill b* abed T pn rent vice d.t ot the Tallahairr -
Liver Loaf Your Choke In rural arraa the county saint of GNP compared -Ith| 10 per" Rank A Trust Company, ( tVinrad.Saber, b W JlI 10 Anything from wiring .
now ftmctlnna a* the hash eon cent In IMA and t per cent In The
treamirct
STEAK lb. 89 Bologna s25t tart for plant to develop all II taHowpvef, ', will Tallahaw aerv bank an A Tnwt Company J M .lanilw Reay, il C III 20 a bout to replacing

I community rraouirta, farm 'r' ti our Omiia Na> will b<> the depository, R:. Snooner. L. II a light bulb
.
non-(arm. tonal Product mntlnupi to n
Comptroller I acid thechange
Th
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All Good Brtokfoit S. I'IIMllaml'J II ItC
Mealtime Quick Frozen I Available to 11I1"slol.11 pand and our population pxplo- brought alxit In FlorIda > W IS
the brain" rourc of our' tlon rontlmiM. jou tin ftprrto by the trempndnu growth S. Sends'.. W 14 Ike Shepardat
I .
ant unlveraltl AM see th* levels of At t. trppt the the taut tenyear
colleges of Hat during M. Foxier, C 11
BACON 2lbs. 89 si7abv"-k-69c I ually cur County Acrl'ultul'IllIom.l of governmental spending' *. roll tor experienced J. Smith U 11
C and > Santa Federal, slits... and local Con 'leadership In state gwertimentto SUn4ni! Wn Ll
Untie to
of the meet the tnrreaalng hew
art members Unlvertlty tver Warrior 3 0
of Florida Faculty. Their offlot tl.rI'I': ". U ilmpl You challenge ('.111... | t SHELTERBUTCHFURNITURE
\ ar. considered to b* part It. terrlce demandedby "Thrr II no lubatttut fnrenperlrnce Hawk I '
Firm Red Rip I iof the imlvmtty timpul When aware mUlhint' of people ) and performance InIxialneaa taken CO.
you bring a problem or qu.... without spending mnr. money nr gmrrnmenl,'' Green 0 11, MAI V IS41
?mll; lion the*, they ran at the I aald "Ht>tk Ira vital In developing You Out I' ..... Ill.I4JII
ear get something
answer or expert rnunwllni Perhaps youve notlcpd In recent ., pnt'.r.ms to meet the going rn rtmrrh It fall 1 l I Wrhem .... MAIn M100
TOMATOESlib. rOil
\ and advice, from any of the month. lb. newt repiirtl demand produced by growth. awak, even If fa doni try, I
numpmua untvrnlty depart- about th Federal minis work. and the Incmimi .In rxtueita fnrkTi I _
,mMitiBPCIIIM. log overtime to iHin out more ne.. by the consumer and
(!.. thetas. in hailcallf an coins brcauiw' III a Shortage the taxpayer
I educational throughout the nation I LEAF THEATRE THURS JAN. 8THBILL
".ooI ;( '" Job many pmmtjapmtt Th experience nav
'1 I and thrlr; teat+Aanta ate Latest der "lnj>iwnt la a Campaign .d during my 11 yean In private
_. Ctn. 19cAll studying for higher d.......... In among food itote rhalni bunlneaa and 23 )..aia In guy I "., tejts'
.t t* Induce f'Vshlm.l'llo Clean 0,10 t. M.WSM .
Florida. ant r.llt..nlllflft Rrrrlr out rrnmenl li proving marl valuable
4'.1... hat one of the ,beet recoNta In lixy bankt aM (?r lin their tarn year In my ontrl-- I
th*South for arademte Improt. contents II t sure or bank button Io better government and e a
Purpose ment On. big national chain hat In Serving the people of Florida I
i Klxty-vlRht per rent nf all signs at fhrrk-oul touniett reminding I started my 'political career ai ST
aanti and a II (anl in Plaids chrcken to auk fun mayor nf Clearwater In 1911.
have either completed or are tnmtri for payment In mine. or After nerving I for two unopixit*
APPLES 39C I worting on mattcri or higher to txrhangt eoina for paper' ed term, I bream Clerk of
Bag decree. ""' ''',. Pinellai Cotinty Circuit Court
(Inc News pMur that faughl I neared In Uiat rapacity. Ihrnu,!) I
I Incidentally: I tinted recently my eye Showed a hug flatbed! II4A, and In 114V wan appnintnl !
Idaho Baltlnej a report that more jrminiilerifrom truck with Several' toni of pen Mutant' elate Ponutroll, and I I
urban hnmet wert enrolled nlea In I.... sacks '14VOO auhwquentl bream comntml
In III work In our stale' than worth ..>on the way to nerve the '
th. number living on farma orIhoa need of commerce. lerTb* rmpntnlhlllllet' nf the t'
POTATOES 10 Lb. 593c who were rural nonfarmr.aidenla. "" attic* of coiii|>tr Bag AID t11.L PARS11/ administrator, who mt only"
The Oat enrollment fUdirfu. earrtea out the manitatrt of the
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for 11)62: urban, 11670; rural The IlnuM baiard 13 bllllnntorelgn law paaaed by the Florida L non.firm, IS,11(1( firm 13,111 aid bill ai III 1 led piece *, but who alao through AND HIS
I You ran sea that s-if., mhlrh .f legislation betas the hull tipprlrnrv" Implement* those
Off Label Vegetable Beef & operate under Agricultural Ext diyt Tile hill gives th. Pm- laws with program to protect BLUE GRASS BOYSAND
hlcken Noodle ..n.ton. hat been" air"ppmftl In Ident authority ta approve the consumer publl and the
appeal to youth beyond the rrrdlt gtrarsnteei nn wheit slidother taxpayer, QIMRTITDmiCT
Heinz 2 3lCNab'nco ( sales to the !\oYl'llllot. "I have olwayl punned a pavaayoii I teen
Soup ; ,
= '1'\\ ... U WM I',* flrrt big Irgltlatlvivhtnry .gu phllniophy In ipend TMg
rreildenl Johnunn" ,
Ing the taxpayer money ends
Fresh Crisp PremiumSaltines :.t although ht Old hot get li I ewtalnly have no Intentlima til, GRAND OLE OPRY '
much ai h. asked forFORriUN changing now. I believe the *x.
!Q; 29c' "iriltur *< fund should t.
> HFRVItl AimiSOBJatffh blued" M the *,"nice" || Will
Fireside Palmer 2nd, UnitedSt I ilrr tile public." BUI Manro la nlarded .
i"l AmbaaaadM I* Nlierlihai Hi' lo v.. who aim .li by .....""* !.
Sweetie Pies 2 ? 69c reilgned ai Am' anadnr to, CtmmlMlnner' flunking, hat the field *f Amerlvaa
a Nigeria to heeome thief advlier a mullllud .JI activities. lie Folk 1 Male a* ant *f
lona Io the Reeretary M opera ...rv.. on 10 e'unml,....tI. and the Irily "*re**,,l* j jriaaa
Ihmi rat th. Forrlin HervM boarda II* I* lh. h y member tine aingera In (his
I Pierce lUMnier, the While of the dial. Cabin Jludgrl field. II* ttprewe Ih*
2/C
Tomatoes 2 Ca s HiMi.* print -.,...", Mid that CnmmUalon In providing anIfialyila feeling *f Ih. Muntry
Pr* [fan. Parker Bread SPECIALI! nil rMlfnathifl and would lion of Ih* Ital., and provide ire*. Ill* handling .f At
name him to th* new punt. forrrnl of th* ilat*'a revenue boar aonl I* In I l
Stuffing pntenllat to th* Leglalalui, ky lMlf. tk BILL MONltOE
2 *. 39cAnn I NOW IT* tAUt ..UD' Other rnmtiilMlon and board said la the alnilng, .f
I New Yak At a barber nn which' h* aervt. Include folk annia thai the word ar* aercndary and Ih* feeling pri
convenient Jnwph Carlow demonatralM Hoard .., ('onlt'rvallu"IIIlrd mary. dill RM hers with WKVI llrind the Uprjr cine October
Page Elbow Spaghetti or Elbow )luau: hairpieces for Itl nmrnliilnnm' of Slat In- Inc lion* with lila Bin draw Bo t.
FkoM MAlt 1.gilt ablution, Faecu lv* Iliiard if !Hlnr lhn ha ham rllle. meal l *ul...U.dli < aong kit -
mtn.With women wearing wigs, Department nf I'ubll Haft (Kmluiir Will lllel Petal said IPalttfl l...*l which\ ar*
'.rlow laid led time wee rlMlor ly, Trutteea of the Internal Improvement riding hlih IH the MM *f awpularllr rharta. If* eemee ky the**
Macaroni 2 1pkg:: 37Green Th.rv, Jew I men t* begin wearing fall Fund Board erf Adjilnlitraiion. welling. basest feeing I besS Md falwd I* the hill I *f Old
'mustaches and beard fardnn lloaril, K.n/sthv. taking the theme. from actual thiraclrri and allul-
ONE bAY OVLTI : In a'etmmitrillfig the mud Tedbnuk 1'urchsaln( Hoard, lien.lit laleat bins tan k* heard en Ilia Uwea label and
LIVE 01 STAGS I lath lullahl for Giant Cream Style men, I good gen'rl nU ..s curllle Lommlitliin, hard of nil Maaira. !III allll use *f the meal eoiMlaUail bee .ril4altrartloM ..
Grand 01. Opry :In* wearer should ... a touatarn Supervlilng Form of Roni)Dure-- tar the heed 01. Opff ,nd .la Lees M (AMrBlCA .
Stare In Person ; that. I. ai 'hick: II lilt, ly Companlca. Purrhailng Cum '" Nt'Mom oNf. Mr.r or AMI HI "AN' toLl: MVIKI.I!

White Corn 2 Cans 1 Lb. 29c Bill and Monroe The ;1 I wearer*..Ihl.'h.l.II". .. million and Pefionnel-. --hoard B.--_, .



Green Giant Green Green Giant Sliced Blue Grate Boys M DEPDffiAILU: SUCCESS CARS OF '64


Green Giant Gold.a. Waxed Beans 2 43c Ala.The I

Stanley
Sweet Peas 4 \cOL49c* Brothers

Welch's Grope Jelly or

Whole Kernel 20 01. ONE SHOW OVLVtii

Hiblels Corn 4 7 0s.49GraPelade I ClaM 39c .


Greeu Giant Cut Ann PaQeAsparagus rtI... rrl.. .....
1o4! j.*. i, li. It
2 0 1.49c Apple Jelly311C1; n a.sl.OD

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I $2264
PLAID # l 501basntI i iI i The Incredible

I' 25&tta STAMPS Hi I I ? I JourneyA

I L i With ,... ... ... ** Wmderful DUrrrr
i mm uu *..p.. ..4 .*rek. w | I 1 1'1.1. s-Lein 1Ir- ft rase ,lie rmtllrlRri I
.... ....... I I MATR tAdOMarla
I 111I t Ok ,. m Off .1 Hi H smotk *r Krtnrk IT TOOtrilH!

.... Instant Coff,. SMS I f I ffl P'nut Butler 590 I i

e..... ...d tkni J.* li 8:! I H ,1.1.11. t.apk (... III,. J... tl $at.. I... liriAntc

I t ft.j.f.H.. :.JRlI._5J;. ..............IU_____..h"J____"'fl_---- Dot'ILr.

; i ;;Ci'and"Quartered; SPECIAL The 1 Incredible

Journey COrIRS An Aric tIAAJRlbsloe

Oleomargarine l"- 2 1Pkg 31c AIM WWTIOALL11Sta

Jungle Man ..1 $267 W loaded @I

RUrriag ..., hull
Rising


FLOUR ..... III... ,_ TM far iipp!is ti9WD jj r *d<
5 Lb.EaQ. 43'Sunnybroolt II. ... II. It II Sal 0 IgUbltd fad protltlld body, U" up the sane f)04l1wltlt about it ::='=-'::'::':'":...-..::::
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un pirrtBC or sat Wtt.H ilttTMtor/ tUrtiUt tyV Tbwi opt dflitaneg" ICs equipped IN jj=J

TIe I TK,r ttfti. Mtf riiintuif boat m4 I W' MM wfyMA/pM' '*ivyu't these dI".. 'f+Ji f tf-m -|

or Gadiden Frtth Florida Grade A MeA Dot.LARGEEGGS West Side Story leach stu iylMd 'IJI'I. II wB io 32 000 fag l tact Oodcu/llft' fuN liM 01 an in O'V HJOUtJismm 'r

....... MtKIMMkafd ".... t***.. Mjftr*";jtM.ro; nit Ik* low KM tM SdM kwnpt, Sue< *?

DoL 58c5tvaaaiiittr < a.- UlirMO M CfUflfftTM 11'fbblet np( !fie. VoteE Thdy all 'Ml .......... 0 "Xa.a
WIK761S Af |tACADCMT CM M OM bottom rt rM um nrM "The Dgendabtei" beaus.Ihsy ere.
AWUDeI I

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"'t'.f"' rum SUKPS Urta .....*.." MCTORS INC.
LESER
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ME REASOh11TJf5IN'TC'TH' ;MuaDVAMERICAM NEIL,I WM'! YbtlvJETO iADC E1A1'E"SBRAN / I WISHING WElL
TU DIM DO/!'1'IIEYAASEWFE1 SOFTEN COME LIKE TYIEStJY
3YPSY LIGHT6ANppAYIL10N'TO DAVE WER 70TMEDRANIr ACTS oV DOTTER.a) Ittfui n4 U...Fttint OWe '
$OFTNttl61C.RG.4LON YOuKNoI 1I BRAINS J2GHTkWV,7
: WIF ,ER-JLIBTONE THE TYRE LIKE dT U.
MELT MINIJ'iLl.z TRAPS!1 2AR i B I
ft' TT 1t IS01I..7.j j j M.J..S OUR ANCESTORS tvOuincy

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I DAGWOOD, /III THER5 NOODYi !III DAGWOOD, 1 1i VOU GO DOWN III day. It li 4 numeric punl dtittned to spell out
I HEAR A DOWN HERL HEAR THIS TIM II[ your fortune, Count the latter hi your first nun*. If tM umber <
NOISE DOWNSTAIRS r BUT MIGHT THAT SAME NOISE CANT EATANOTHER of Ictten li t or more, subtract /. If the number :Jell
YOU'D BETTER GO DOWN I ASWEELLHAVEIj AGAIN THING than e, add 3. .The result I* your key numVt. Start at tilt
INVESTIGATE A ONACKP
AND
tIJIper left.hind corner of tilt rtcUnfl"* and check .rerr one
et your key numbers, left to rlfhb Then. rd the mn.lth d :
letter under the checked tlJI'III'fII1" jr o> 19SM4
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T is CAItARCHIIARCWE H WANNA GET lA I game-w call it 'draw bridge!' "
COME IN?
CAN I DIDN'THURLT HIt t1ATCHEI... I: A

TuE BCIS ttOM 0** THAOF IbN'iCHOPPINcI ARCH...ACCIDENT HAD AUTTLE GET PILIRT... FROM THE ATTIC!

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AI.NOW TNAT MVe RIMNDO TO BORROW RANT A ttutri irmwaurwu A4R.TOA. NA TpA ALY.1M PRt j
Ma IOU INTRODUCED Ms W MV WIPR AND TIIE Ube OP AI were GOIM TO*r we I .ecJfllT JOB ALOW.IT* MfflllP W THC JOE! ALI!_. .. HEAD'IO WNO Owwwunr M I
AVER MV Ul E IN WORLD WAR I, WNAT DROP FOROlLflIIEIS FOR A LOAM! Ht'f,THIS CAfING., 1ARA1 WORKED -
IT VON WAHT i .TO PRE'. HEAVY! MANOR/ 111510E1 IN A NEW tO ION PM44 w .
METAL RTO A ALLOY.t'M IT oo oNrrNONrA .
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WANT HI*SON ID MINGLE WITH CHAIW- DINNER PEAONGITCt70L IIAR AIR cry al'NVA
'-- NIa eon+ronCATTtT Uht? AND R111PID UNTIL sae, _
'" WTUN TNAT'4' MI6 THE SNOW STOPS YOUR!A
soLCARNfvZ NDTNE PLOWS TACTICAL / ..e -
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11II: r -. Md' ktwlnf my mind off of how much better a
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OUR ANCESTORS byQuinc

l THINK SHE CAN MFR NAND] I OONT arUM 1'r.
CONTROL HER | WERt URE HAND HER 114lt ICICL. ri4tJflNd
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__ CADSDEM COUNTY TIMES, QUNCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY! 0, ilW4 PACK THIRTEEN

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k '"Super\IQht" Short Shank THE I RECREATIONNEWS pprJona f.J '


ti Mr' and Mn' C V Wnwm. itivt .
FARM
SMOKEDPICNICS 7 a y Dnnn Jimet i returned to TISsN follow.ng ,.
FRONTBY MFVSSKmtlL a Hilt her with hli fir

i *;"rt.\y\ ) (ion I, T p m PI'I .
Gorio. Bo >
Mr and Mri >
Shill Oi II c I' 14. Hydro (7.. 10,
retttriied toKnterprtae
and two sons hive
CONNER ,0 m Manning' Tajlor 1J
DOYLE C
Ala I following I
.l I :1'11. Oil to 1 8 I ?
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..COMMISSIONERFLORIDA lull with her parent, Mr Stud
W \- \r; I i-d Rimr (or tonight MI'II. Hiram Brlnklcv
OF AGRICULTURE ; ,
DEPARTMENT
ir pm Manning Taylorc Mr and M,.. James Watts
11 Ollen and 8 SO p.mHi left[ Monday to spend evrl
I front lh :111"1" In the ItTiltnril Oil I i va Hydro 0111 d.n I'inim cuy r.
Sliced Whole ( plctnr that have ronflntt of the farm environ Pop Ten Scorer TheRev and Mrs. !. Nlhhtlpot
Lb. 6 to I Lb. I been taking place In rrrrnt went Mayer team TI' have returned from
year. It the txp.nadon of servo I Such a trend speaks well for r Fi..m "K 41 .akelaml where they attended
Average I I Ices by Afrtmlturil Cxteniton suceps. of Rxtmtlon expended I. Jones, III 37 a MlMlon School
PLAID Ilnle CleMi other thin those trI program giving new emphasis R. W Ootntan, MT M Mr. linear May, Mr and Mr*.
f.Dh KtlTNM. ,to the policy of "aervlr to all O. Jorner. IK) SOI II I IL Mallard of MMrnll and
I More ra-mUy. with the .<*- I tA* peoplel ," I II i Uilfflu, to M Mn T I U Wondber hiv returned -
STAMPS 33C Ib.29C tnt of Rural Area Dfvflopmrnt __ __ 1. Pirrllh. HU 14WMIa from I noil Ion it Km
I and other programs t'lt-' I the event your' iet'lined J, SO t4K fluid C I. Mi and l Mn Mil-
tlltned '. ItvltallM carat Amr- to worry about the air* of our I Ix-mli-ux, SO IPn lord have relurnr-d to their
IIN, the KtlvHtf of the AcrlcuMuril Federal dM d in home In Mi,,rott*
"Super-Rtght" Fine Aunt hivi been In- At 307 BILLION dollar the I II. Jimei. 11(1 15 Mr and MM Floyd n,,*elt
Quality Heavy Western Bee! Chuck I or, ..'lnljr aimed it lerving the Federal debt equal 52 per cent' Green To Int list Blinding knit thrlr gue t Mr and Mn.
Kit of non-farm proplfThrt of national Income, compared :Ray Team bon tons: tank I handler or Savannah and
I UPW forwn of Airlwlunl with Ml per cent 10 yen ago) then Oil!'.. 1 0 !\1r and Mr.I: J Buell or Win.
ROAST SquareI *\ C Kxtwinlon It to serve all I Then what about the upcoming !Seek Reelection'Ivdro (In* t I lei "Park tpent the weekend In
i h* people, lint jtmt" Ilea farmmt budget? Ui expected to be Manning Taylor I' Mobile. AU. and attended the
Cut Lk Mnt dlj I MW M. Rutrecently I about 100 BIU ION dollar l for ('tail Oil I Co, 0 I Vninr Bowl gene.
i U has began .: take the first time In history Out I Tallahnssee. Jan H State ,VNIOR, hOU ItKRCTMIIFrMiv lit,. Maik Munro. Jr. was
"Super Rlght" Fine Said and bwomt really KM 'even that tort a came for worry Comptroller Hay It Green today ix 20- Wirrinri among those iltMtdlni tht Rim
Quality Heavy Western Beet Shoulder II live I. K you look at It In relation : innMinred hit eindlnat r 4' hawk* tt and Celtic M4km In Mobil. NitimUv
Althongh irrrlft to farmers ;lo sour (TOM n-itlonil product. I haf reeleel bar, IT. Scheduled, panes for tr -
'I. till the main Job ttw e.lOW bUv 'for i number nf yem. 'I'<'Ord.I" Oreen the 14th Comptrollerof the seek are: Ttie 1'1 Florida, al"o MM thai hln ,4, 4 IB Winlort UKer '
ROAST ll to follow through bone .nalnll t\e seen pm I
79c Into tht teams and urban irtai the budget hen been running ", n4nI.ohn A. Madlianr sod 1 pm,- Crltin vi ELECTRICAL
,Ib."SuperRight" With all InlrtrrtMl iitnrhMt round 1IH per rent of GNP ., prominent Tallahassee, Ate Ilasko.I.tdlag.
Isom y, would again ""I'.a "Scents
the Federal fov" till Mil campaliin chairman SERVICE
: I Player, Ip.11I 1'1'Il
"Super-Right" Minute Cubed Sliced Saloml! & operating to Mlvamv proiraml tofMM spending, Itie coming Tom lluinphreaa eneoitlve Dessau It 21t'
tar Minim the economic levels| budget Will b. ilMiut T PIT cent vie President of his TallahaiIN -
Liver Loaf Your Choice ,n rural areas, the county atmt of GNP l'II"plrPdlIh 10 percent Dunk A Trout lompnny, (1. (xaber,1'tonrad W iI 1oJ Anything from wiring
new ftmrtloni ai the 1fti'll l Contact In 1040 and I per rent litHowever The
I treamirer
will terv M
STEAK lb. 89 Bologna Sp 25c for plant to develop. all 1010. Tallahassee Bank A Tnmt Company .Seny I.anahy, if c 20N goR a house lo replacing

,'1 community rnonrcM, farm *t' rmduct- It our rimes Nathxinl sill bf Ih* deponlloryThe : :. III'UMtt L IIt. a light bulb
on-firm continues to u
Comptroller aald thechsnhul
All Good Breokfoat Mealtime Quick Frozen i Avillahl to Extension are ill pand and our populitlnn/ explolion > brought ilwut in Florda > !C.. \tl\ll.mll'\I"bln.\ vt, II 1IS. IA

Breaded Veal the "braln" rexoutcea of our continue*, you ran 'X,1to hy the tremendnu growth Ranuiesa. W If Ike Shepard
college anti unlverMtl. "!''C- lea the levela or At.L type of the state dtirlnl th. lint len tel Jl'ttalf'l'. C IIJ
BACON 2lbs. 89 Sleaks # 69e I ally, our County Agricultural of governmental fiendln years, call for Mperlewedraderihlp t'mlth. L 11tlanding
C Federal slate ind loci
I
eonUn .
and Horn Df'rnbh.lrllllol1',1" .. t. 1'1. In state governmento w. .....1W.nln" 01
of meet the Increasing nr*
r* mrmberi the Unlvtriltyf vr II 0
Florid Then of- reason li ilmpl, You rhillengeiThne .
Firultr t.JrI": : (l'IU" I lhawks SHELFERBLITCHFURNITURE
tea a n trot demanded
flees are contldrrrd to bt port It hi) lutntltut fnr 1Lak.r1 I '
Hof the unlvcritty tampui When by more mUllont of people experience and performinr In 0 I"J.II CO.
you brine a problem or puce silliest spending mor money business or government," Green MAIn MI41It
< JI ion there, they ran tet the *.ld. Hulk are vital In do- tin get lomethlnf but ol'I ... Ill.14)1W
TOMifoESt Perhaps you've noticed In recent tn meet the .
answer or expert rmmiwllnf loplng prorrim* to church It you slap I rhouu rh MAta M100
land invlre, from my of the months the new report drmaniU procured by growth
i. about aweke, even If you don t try,
lumeroui unlvenlty (fltpart- the Federal mint working and the lucre* in t'fotlltllli fnrlervlre ..
I mtntiBpriuM. overtime to turn mil more by the consumer and
:' their I II biKlralty in'durittontl Oslo beriu** tit i shortage he taxpayer
'
... \);,; .\( -- -' i Job, miny county 1 throughout the nation ''Th* experience I have pain.1 LEAF THEATRE THURS. JAN. 9TH
... -- Ctn.19c daze us and thrlr; imtrilnti lr* Lareat development I* k t*,"- during my II years In prlval
tudylng for higher difrrri In palm among rood slot Chairs bunlnei and 23 yean In government
) 'rlorMa, mir Fitfnitnn Krnrlrein tondasa enitnmen lo clean out u pmvlni inoi* val Ii11 !. M.S .
'4'.JAll one fit the heat records In pin banks and turn in their uilile each year In my tontrl-
he Smith for academic Improvement contend at a item" or bank button lo Mtfr' government and
Purpose On* big nillnhal chain II.. In serving the pc I 8txly-elht; per rent tot allagents signs It cheek eut counter reminding I started nw. pollllral I carver aittiivor M
and UHlntanti In FlnrMahare checker lo ink filltomeri of C It'it water In 103S STAQ!
either eompleled nr are for payment In mini, or After serving I for two unobpn NQc
APPLES 4 Lb. 39C I setting on 'IIAIII",,' or Miner 10 turning coins for piper ed terms; 1 Arcane Clerk ol
drfree money Plnrllii Cnunty Clrrtilt Court
I Una new phrtur" that '" 'ht I I served In that rapacity Ihrnugt
I InrMenlally 1 Dusted rertntly my rye showed a kug (littwlirmk tool, and In IMU wn appnlnieirmt / O'PRY!
Idaho Baking report (hit mare ynunfitera with \eral toni nf pen- l nt state coni4)trnllir, kndiiihieqtientljr 0 .
I from vrban hornet were enrolled nlei In larg sucks 4OOO ,",tam. comptrot
In 4-H work 'In our ...teth.n worth -on the way to .*rv* the lr
Ih. numbers living till firma or seed..1 rommerc. I The reKpnnilhllltlei lit the
POTATOES 10 tb. 59c ,hone who were rural non-farm "'; office of comptroller require in BILL MONROE \
: !
Bag rl.identa' AID BILL administrator, who 11tlnl,
The 4-tt enrollment figure. Mmes nut the mandate! of the
I for 1962: urban, 11,670; rural The lloune paced a H-bllllon laws pamed by the florid 1.eR'
nnn.firm, IJIIR. (arm 11,111 foreign aid bill 11 Ilk taut pIece Inl.lutro" Mil whn also l thrnuihennerlrnre AND HIS.
Yet 4-If t .f |IrQlalallonPfor.! the hnll- lions
Can
in that Mrh Implementi
3c Oil Label Vegetable Beef & I operates under Agricultural* E>- days. Tilt bill\ |lvel Ih. lt.l- l I.wi wlirt progrim to pmtertthl BLUE GRASS BOYS

Chicken Noodle -. :"tension has been autTefflful In dent authority In approvemilt coniumer ,lutill md the
appeal, in youth beyond the guarantees on wheat and ttpver, AND QUART!? fi
Heinz 2 31 : : ill. other sales. lo th. Invlet bine 't Sees always puiiued k pse- DWICT eweMTNI
Soup ns C ) i f It was th* flat bit leflilitiv* '.)'011" phllomphy In spending .
Vi'J victory for m iont i JnhnimnIthnugh Ih. taxpayer money end
Nabisco Fresh Crisp Premium : h. much u h* inked for I .
1 Lb now I 'bellev Ih* einmriliur
Saltines 29c a -.--- I /
; : 11' fund should k*
Pltq rORBHlN ftrHirtl AllVINOH bawd m Ih* PI, .vhit will
Fireside Joseph Palmer 2nd United ider Ilea. public" Rill Moats I* r*.
Slat. Amll........ I* Nlnerla 1'h. l.nip.. .who aim I I. lirdrd by iperto !.
Sweetie Pies 2 lB ? 69t e4N'I hi* resigned n Ambassador to Ctmmlmlon, M Jtinklng, till Ih. field of Aw rlr..
n Nlieru to heenmt thief idvli I I mullllud uf ..rllIII.* Folk Male. M M.. M
er III the Seerttary Oft nperl' ervw on 19 rmnmlMlnni. and the rlr reprr* NlU .>
tona loni of Ih. Forelin Rerrleerierr boards. II* I* IhoP key memberof ,* ilnier In Skis
2 1 27t I Hallnger, the Whit] Ih. vial. Cabinet llurtgrl fir Id. II. eitrfwe th*
Tomatoes Icnue prtu **er try, Mid. that Commission" In providing innilyali feeling if Ih. *unlry
c ns rildnt Jnhnimn hid kirrfft of ,lh! etoniimle *ondl. lid U markedirn. d..
fane Parker Bread SPECIALI I ed his rlntlnn end would lion of th* ital., and provide* Ills kindling of P
".""* hint, to the n.. pail. fori>Ml| of ih* ital*'* revenuepntenllal heart Minn I Ie In a
u Ih* LegUlalur*, rim byutslr..ln't BILL MONHOE
Stuffing 2 *". 39c NOW IT* AUK .KAnr>* Ulhrr nmniliiloiii and 1M,.,.. Mid IB Ih. or
I 1'1.' .. York At a arherl nn hlrh h* aerv g Include folk songs thus Ik* ward are .nll.rr cud Ih* feellnff .rlmarr ..
ennvenllon, jmeph Cirlow dem Unird of ( nnMrvillnn. leotard Mil k.. been wilts WKM band till 0" alnr OetoberII1H
Ann Page Elbow Spaghetti or Elbow :,on lrit.d facial: halrp>l ri for Itt L'ntnmliilonrri of 'tit. |nilllulloni > slang with. hi. Elsa PIMM MAln Milt men. bl''utlI".rd oIh blare' thin k* has wrlll.. ..,,nl) *nl.U : With women ..*rin| wig.. Depirtmenl *f PIlIo.... Haf*. (KenliMky WalMI IUseb1 Meat and FoltM l..t.l whirls setsriding
1 C.rlaw; laid the hm. S.* rips' ly, Truiteei of I the high In th* 11.1.1 popular! rh.rU. II *
Macaroni 2 :: n.r.. h.. 1 I fop men I* begin weiring fat** provement Fund ft Jnll( wrlllngi braest kelMf burl and HU.< In.I.I'b. ': OldKrnluikr.
'Dlu.ll<'hp. and beirdi, mlrlitntiun., rWm |i,>.iit. taking Ih. Ihome fr.m irtuil characters end allu-
ONE bAT ONLYf I In demonitrallng lbs mua- TettlMMik I'utrh.sln4 flnirdnillrnid 110". UN I latent MM ... lie beard .. the It_* tubs and
LIVE O1 STARK Mach lullahl for dlffarint Aueument hoard, He- .HMI ala," nan.l keep ., silk Slid d.......4 tlf HI.* ,.,..rdh..*.
Green Giant Cream Style 29C men, t gaud general polo w.. rurltle. tommlil, Hoard ntupervlilng 11111 Monro I* .1111 *n. *l Ib. mat e........*., b*. .fflMllrrtl
Grand 01. Opry II\. wearer should .*. I touttach !< form nf Bond HHr> .n* lf Ida flrind Ole Deny ."'11a I 1aews *. lAMrilCA -
Stars (tn PersonBill that I 1..a hick ll the ly t'Ampinlei' '! Turrhilng t"m* 'n tti'Mm'R DM niicru or AMUR.* FOLK MVMO.I
White Corn 2 Lb. Monroe j welrer'l thUk,at lip. minion and It.rsanoel flmrd. .

Cans and The I

Green Giant Green Green Giant Sliced Blue Grass. Boys II I THE DEPEXOABIES: SUCCESS CARS OF 64

Green Giant Golden Waxed Beans 2 b2 43c Alt I I

Sweet Peas 4 'c:49c The Brothers Stanley

w.l h Crape Mr ?


Whole Niblels Kernel Corn 4 'Cans 0> 49c Gra- Blade I G1L 39C ONE fcllOW 1.11vs. ONLY


Green Giant Cut Ann Page ... 'PI. Hit,

Asparagus 2 10 49c Apple Jelly 3'1Qi1.00t J... I. U II :

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PLAID I fft PLAID i iI The Incredible
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STAMPS fJ 1I "" STAMPS JourneyA
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Kllk tbU | I rr Tk* .11,1
1 Pint. I Ot Jif AJ fig 1503WI
i I M ;*r- I** Off Ukel KoelrMJ II 1 RMNMU ev KrwickfTnut I REC: IT TOOIlMrEtHl : I
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AGE FOURTEEN CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY 9, 1964







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Lions To Meet Swine Growers Witnesses' I Club Stages Relatives Visit [ Saint James RITES INFANT HELD FOR I HERE. Louis: AND Shockley THEREMrs. and


Quinn High Planning MeetA Supervisor Visits I Annual PartyThe Families Here Church News Chapel MOBLEYAn. daughter Miss Hazel of Darby Mitchell Henna of Norfolk and
conducted
n'-t Mobley were
The Carter-Parramor Lions meeting Is scheduled to beheld L. F. Hall, circuit supervisorof c.p Boosters Club held Mill Rosebud Belford and Sunday, the services mil be fn. -\ Betsey Funeral Home, holiday Virginia with spent their an mother enjoyable -
,
High banketball Wednesday evening Januarl Jehovah's witUiewe In north its Annual New Years Eve party Mrs Elmira Jackson" had u:conducted aa follows; Sunday I t rli will meet Quinn
15 at 7:43 it the Agrlcul Florida at the Blue Moon Grill InGmn. their Christmas Day Dinner School begin B:45 .m. with the ilev V. D. Hamilton, minister members of the of
team, Friday evening In the tural Extension Service office and south Georgia ba- .. An estimated thirty a a I In charge. Angles passed family Quln-
Lions Den. This will b* the 111 South Munroe Street. The gan his vie lt with the local two of the thirty four members guests the following relatives: Supt. Powell E, Woodberry In, away at home 730; p.m., cy.Peter

Initial game for the new year. highlight of the meeting will group of Jehovah's witnesses of the club and their guests M.... Roe Brown, great aunt, charge. Morning worship will: January 1 in Quincy follow Rlttman, Tampa, ipentSaturday
commence at 11 am. Evening here with hit mother,
The CUba will ralM the curMn be focused on the swine pro- here Tuesday evening. attended.A of Havana, Deacon and Mr*. wonMp will 6 Th. ing an extended Illness.
begin and fame
p.m. Mrs Belty RlUman
when they meet the The Quire senior duction program of Gadsden Hi conducted a model school large number of members Herbert Davis and Mr and M.... Junior church and choir will ben I The survivor are Mrs. Rachel ily. He was accompanied by
High Junior varsity. County and arrived around 10 Mobley mother Jesse J.
guests ,
and junior teams at press A survey and committee Inspection in public speaking and gave p.m., the dealgnated time, with Cleveland Ford, Mrs Mary I action throughout tile day.' Mobley, father Gloria J. Campbell Waymon Jordan also of l,.npa.

tint are underfeated. Tuesday trip was recently madeIn Pl'ICtiC.llUlrll'lfl\4onl\ on how to I several persons arriving later Armfftead, Mr. Myles Belford, The Rev Gary Edward ischarge. and Bessie Jan Mobley, Both are natives of Quincy.

evening; the Lions motored to relation to the swine pro., b. more effective In the field.In I The group chatted and listened eon of Rev. Belford, Miss Al-,! sisters and Jerome Mobley, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Louise C. Martin of
Manamna where they met the gram As s result, a program to the popular recordings of Weakly prayer meeting will I brother and Mr and Mrs Willie -and daughter Lynn
his talk the Scripture text tames* Chestnut and Mis Sabrina -
en b. Washington, D. C.. spent the
conducted
school planning meeting was held. on Thursday evening -
Jackson County Training the latest hit tunes before bong bconyers, grandparents
for the "Filled with the McCray of Tallahouwe. .,, Christmas holiday with Mrs.Martin's .
panthers. last Thursday evening, January year, served.A 6 p ,. The Pastor Aid Boardwill htel'ment was In the Williams
2 Mr. Robert Ford cf New meet Friday In the (Doris) parents, Mr.
at 8 and the
p.m. holy spirit speaking evening
la Funeral HomeIn
Jackson County team of barbecue pork Cemetery Betsey
The menu York.Mr .and Mrs. Noel Fordof and Mn Choice Jackson Sr
home .
The In lull of tire Sum McAUoter.Th
report was given "
member of the n.wly formed word of God with boldness, it potato iliad, lettuce and toma- charge
a their house
by Herbert Davis of Midway St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs. I Junior usher board will I Alao at guest was
Claaa "A" and is considered a and Rev Jimmy Williams, was pointed out that Peter and toes, coffee and assorted drinks Elmira B. Rang of Quincy, Mr. meet Sunday, 3 p.m. In the Mn Jackson sister Mr*. Hal-

strong contender for loop Qulncy. They told of visiting John were fearless hi speaking was served. and Mr*. Willie Brown and ,home of Miss Diem GI' 1am. Graveside Rites tie Terrell of Newark, New Jersey

donors. swine ranches and a meat processing about Christ to the Jewish naU President Wallace Ellis made ehiltlren, Deacon and' Mrs. Jono- We acknowledge the presenceof ,Held For Infant ,

Saturday evening, the C-P. plart within the county ion They had learned that boldness remarks concerning achievements ph L. Belford and children Mr. vMtors\ Mrs, A. R. Scott, Tho end came for baby Gregory Mrs. Gertrude Morris returned
Lions will envade Havana, The report Included building of speech from Jesus who of the organization and and Mr A. J. Belford and children ,daughter Mr*. Mabel Woodward Baker 17 months old son from Philadelphia, Pa,
where they are scheduled to structure, the swine herd wd not failed to let tha le dn observed the club growth over Mrs Erna Cooper, Rev. of New York City, and of Mr. and Mrs Horace Baker, where she spent the holidays
meet the strong, Northflide High feeding and sanitary practices, of his day know who he was or the past few yeara Remarks D. A. Belford and all of the Sgt Holley, Ft. BeJviour\ Virginia Quincy. H* died January 2 .t with her sister and brother-in-
Gladiator and also Included several other what h* was preaching True were also made by Julius Fisher rand children and hire Mabel Scott, a the Gadsden County Memorial law, Mr. and Mrs. Powell E.

The Gladiators are member points of Interest.Observations hrisUwn today must follow Principal of Pine Park. Elementary -. They were served Turkey with member of Old Bethel Church Hospital, following a brief \Ill- Woodberry. She also visited
School and'L R. Evans
of "the' Clan "B" league, but were mad by the same example all the trimmings toUard greens, -- nets Graveside rites were conducted her father, Robert Barnes.Mr .
local
Assistant County Agent R. H. Sunday afternoon at 4:00 p. businessman. Both and Mrs. HewrUt f. Dlx.
la expected to move into higher green pecandid potato, from Greenshad Cemetery
Aid
Stephens, to the general out- the i invited attend are members of the club. Board on, Jr. and children returned
as to
elawiffcatton, come next y.a>r. m. public baked ham, dressing, coffee and Friday January 3 at
look of the swine program. He bhe Public Meeting; when As the new year approached, from Denver Colo. he
Coach Charleston L. Holt, and assorted cake. They all en- 11 am. / 1Whf:
staff la working overtime to stated that census reports show !tall will speak on the subject, he group sang the familiar toyed a very very Merry Christmas Attends PartyThe The survivors are Horace played profevshual) bl
hat: about 10,000 less hogs art 1'Building a Happy Human ram- Auld Langs Syne and greeted with the Denver Broncos, spent
bung th. Lion around Into Baker, father Mr, Mary Alice
Pastor Aid Board of St
raised farms within the the new in. the holidays wl'ji his wife's
on coun 1y". Following this meeting is year parents
condition. It la stated, that the Baker mother, Jacquline, Gwen-
ty, some progress has been observed Watchtower The Fame A, M. E. Church entertained Mr and Mrs Powell t:.
the weekly' Study. Booster Club again thanks
and
material! I Is avail.ble, but will of dolyn Alice Baker, sisters,
over the past two y..n.but be la he Mount ZionProgram with a arty In honor Woodberry.Mr. .
take hard work to developed Th topic to discussed sponsors for helping themto tics Aisttie Baker, grandmother
III members and guests Wednesday and fairs A. B.
not nearly enough to "Bud"
cope 'Victory for God' Woman over support the Carter-Psrramore and Edd
Into notch unit. Baker
a top grandfather
with the demands, locally. her Aniicent Enemy", Athletic program. Set evening at the home of Donaldson hsa as their holluay
Coma early and support your Observations were made by Th location for both of Mr. and Mr*. Powell E. \Vood- guests, their sin and daughter
Th. members their
fighting Lions.Drayton. Fred Carter Sr., John B. Smith these meeting <. Faith Tabernacle thanks to Coach Charleston express L. The men of Mount Zion Prime ben-yo Last Rites Held In law Mr. ani Mrs. Jlmmle

Sr. and Morris A. Tucker. Cleveland and StntllllSt.rMta. Holt and members of the coaching hive Baptist Church will\ pre. Beautiful seasonal decorations For Baker IniantGraveside Donaldson and children from
Service teacher of vocational agriculture sent their annual program, the were at interest point California. Mrs. Donaldson en-
-Parramort High staff, for a most successfulfootball third Sunday In January. An throughout the hom. The hostess rites for Infant lertalned with a family lunch
I IUf. School. Mr. Tucker also aervei season, and are looking all-out effort ll being made to served dinner, cold drinks Harrlette Mae Baker were heldin eon at the Blue Moon Grill.

Held January 3 as temporary secretary Arnette Chapel forward. to a fin. basketbsllseason. construct the framework for the and coffee during the evening Creenshade, Cemetery at 2p.m. Among the guests were \III''.

.'. end for infant Wednesday's meeting will Include best program yet, to be given by I and nut and mint were offered Saturday January 4. LIttle Beulah Morgan, Misses Barbara
chapter Harrlette
program planning, and Church NewsSunday the male member of the church. free chow. died at the Gads- Jean, Violent and Virginia
Sandra Delorie Drayton, the staging of a field trip, Th. program will commence I At the conclusion of the party den County Hospital at 7.SO Williams, Vickie Donaldson and
old of Mr.
one year daughter She which will include visits to School Superintendents Rites Held For with Sunday School and continue gift were exchanged by members am, January 4, following an Miss Bessie Ganlous.
and Mrs. Alton Drayton. extended Illness
swine ranches and processing Besy Alexander and through the evening session i and friends of the board. A local min
died the Cadadwi County later conducted
Hospital at after' all medical aid plants. Joseph Long Sr, annuonce Clinton Butler followed by reporting of Approximately 80 people enjoyed The survivors the rites O.E.S. TO MEET
are Johnny
Letters mailed
are being to that Sunday School will commence captains. the occanaion.
wee rendered on Thursday, Jan. Farmers concerning the Baker father, Mrs Murdlce Convocation of Area Chapters
uary 2, 7 p.m. Funeral service meeting. All proposeed Interested 9:30: am. Chapel servkes was conducted A complete program will be Baker, mother Johnny, and Wallace of O E.S. are called to meet by
persons All teachers and pupils are for lair Clinton In next weeks issue ofhe
Butler well liven
was conducted from Betsey'sFuneral In the swine Mount Carmel Baker brothers Barbara Mrs. C B N. Daniels, G.W.M.
program an asked to time. known and Times Please observe and
Home, 11 ..m. Jumuary extended an Invitation to attend report on respected citizen. Ann, Gloria and Sharon Baker, with the W. S. Stevens br Chapter
Tbs morning worship aer- lie died home ttend.
1, with a local minister' In The meeting will terminate at Thursday,( Lists Services sisters blmms-Jaikson Funeral Number 167, at host, Sunday
vice will tttrfn at U am. with January 2 3 55 after'
.harg*. with l showing of a movie : p m. an The goal is the completion of Home was In charge January 12 at 2 p.m. at
th* Rev A. 11. Hunter, minister extended illness A native ofFlorida payment on our new edifice
the Masonic Hall Sister A K.
Th* survivor arj I Mr. andMrs. which give the highlights of a in rtvarjc" II. will be assisted and a resident of the Each member, male and female, Servlc at Mt. Carmel Pri- SQIEEZE ON SHIPPING Stevens, W.M. ,
Acton successful swine
Drayton parent
Alton D. grower by Reverends, W, A. Campbell, city, he w** well known by 1* asked to discharge their ob. mitlv; Baptist Church will commence A tighter squeeze on Castro II All matrons and patrons andas
Chary! Drayton sister Carrie Jackson and, Pauline member of both r race lie was Igatlons by paying $i3. The II:30 a m. with Supt. Joe expected this If members as possible
ia Some lot foreign many
Drayton, brother, Mrs. B- people say a by not year
McMilltxi.Munlc\ retired ago after public I* Invited.Superlnlendtl1t. Cannon\ charge All teachers, firms are asked to be InlsIs
shipping
promise to end present
Dnayton, and Mn. Lillie MMMurry laying much. ;:11':1 :rbe
of
be furnished
will by
working and asked to report
grandmothers. Mr Ulll years Jesse King announces pupils are all trade with Cuba at contract an official visitation and l
: the Junior choir and junior at the Gad den Livestock and that Sunday School will on time expire members art asked to come In
Facts better
M. Pool, and Mr*. Mary Dray- are than dreams.
If u her board for. both morning Auction Manet, city. commence at. 9.45 a m. The The morning wOI'llhipIre Foreign ships made 911 callsIn full regalia.
ton Interment, great grand mother held In theFrlendiihip pleasant and vetting ..,,lcfJI. Ths evening Funeral .services was con. morning message+ will be del'v- will begin promptly ef. 11 am.Th : Cuba In the first U monthsof Mrs A. K. Stevens, W.M.. Is

cemetery was Betawy Paailv support of you service will commence 6 p. ducted from the chapel of ered by the pastor at 11 f.m. Rev. W, L. minister 1962 while the same periodIn requesting all members of
church do .n't do m. Simms-Jeckson Funeral Home The senior choir, and senior bringing the meerage Choir 2 1963 showed only 341 such chapters number 167 to assemble -
t'u.IIIt'.III!llotn.in. charge.. ___. --- -- -.-- --you- -any good. 1\ 1* *nnuonc.d by the chairman Rev. A. H. Hunter pastor, Arn- usher board serving both morn-' and usher board 2 will servi calls made at 1 p.m. to meet the gucits.Hutide. .

of "the Program Committeethat ette Chapel A.M.E. Church In Ing and evening.YPCA I throughout the day.! ...
the annual! Spring Rally charge. The service was well will meet at the Evening beginat
will Urininait th* fourth Sun.' attended by friends of the famly home of Mrs. S. L. Sconyers,: 6 p.m. Th welcome Carmel..st \is

day in February. Th Church 3 p.m Sunday, January t. Sunday, S p.m. always out at Mt A '

members lire divided Into two The survivors an: Mrs Emma The Junior Choir will rehearse ; ;
groups, the Whit and led Butler, wife, and N.... Moriali Wednesdays at 7 p.m. I News FromChattahoochco
Ross All members are asked to Terry, tister, Choir Number 3 will stage
..i w1r.o discharge their financial obligation Interment was made I in the rehearsal at 9 p.m. Thursday : WASHINGTONMARCH
,
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4 Greenshade cemetery, Sinvms afternoons and the senior choir
I January 12, the Youth of Jackson Funeral !Horn In I will practice at 7 p.m. on Friday OF EVENTS
Ametta will Fashion observed hereIn
present a charge *. Tlnsel-tlm was
how 4 at the Church It '. ""'
( p.m. A v rMiflljy'( .SHINGIQNIANS STILl AGES OF NEXT IN LINE
This ifs a benefit program, fund tiered however, that the com
as I realised will go toward the Annual Dinner Last Rites Held munity-wide Christmas service run ABOUT SUCCESSION : PRESENT REAL MOC'.EM

O D annual drive held on the Holy Day at Bethel I
The auxiliary. board will meet' Held RecentlyThe For Joe Pitts Baptist I Church was the highlight By HENRY CATHCART
Central Preit Washington Writer
Sunday at the horn of Mr. and ot .tl<* Hsson Severalvisitors
JACKPOTAT Mns Mellon Jackson, went Friendly Seven Club heW I Service for Mr. Joe Mite was and students at home W A'iIllSGTOS'-8eventy-twD-yeu-olel House Speaker John

150.00 Crawford street Mrs A. K. its annual pre. new years dinner conducted from Green hade A. for the season joined relatives I McCormack la first in ins to succeed to the presidency

Stevens, chairman at the Chicken Shack' wit I. M.E. Church, Monday, January and friends for this annual observance In event of the death or Incapacitation President Lyndon B.
The ACE. League will meet about 50 coupela playing games A, 2 p.m. with a local minister Carl
Johnson. ElEhty-ilx-year-old Sen. Hayden, president pro
5 with President Joseph Dinner was served about B p. in chant. Th end came for Later during I the day and evening -
pm second In line.
fhe dinner commit of ham, : i tempore of the Senate, 1*
m. the native AlatJlmi.n Friday sttended
suujatcd by several
long Jr, in charge, persons
law
of the succession
Mns W. M. Long directress.i potatoes salad, apples' rings, January 4., 11:45 p.m. at horn. yuletide promams st Bethel I This practical application presidential
: Rites, coffee and other drink The that was adopted following the death In 1941
JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS Evening worship i will com i deceased moved here Baptist Church and friendshipAME I '
Iml6:30: p.m. Official board After dinner the club preaM teat several year ago from Ala.I Church These programs of Franklin D. Roosevelt causes utmost con
'Tuesday 7 meet- their guest with gift and aim 1 I and wee gainfully! employer by were sponsored by the )'oulhdcpartmentl ; corn In some serious-thinking quarters in

1 Ing, :I ...t'lY. and exchange gifts among them. a local concern. of each church. It Washington and around the nation. No on*

!Junior choir rehearsal, 7.30: p. Mtlves after which they danced.. Fun..l..mc.* wan well attended was a popular opinion that the + wants to be critical of elder man, but thereis
flu The guest left expressing themselves ; by friends and from residents of this community endeavored deep conviction that neither could adequately .

5 BONUS WINNERS u this being the part] Gretna where be lived for sever this Christmas season I discharge the duties of the presidency
\ 0V MAIL of the year and having a wonderful .al; year. to put ")'lrlt Things First" or withstand the pressures of that high office

The House has approved Representative time. The me'mlxrsMrs. Th survivors Mr Jennie It was heart-warming to lee "" These factors, plus realisation that a further
are; *
REGISTER AT Steeds bill to Willie M. Wells, Jam B. so many former residents
Tom chang In the succession law In time to remedy -
M Pitta, wife, Misses Sweet "
Thelma K. Robinson "home ( the .
Is Norris, or holidays Their
send what term
let members the situation Is
: practical Impossibility
:\ .. and Fannie tine Pitta
Jitney Jungle or Jitney Jr. ed districts"Junk mall" tree to their own Red ,ll Bertha Thronton.L. Pete Aplla, Alberthi Forehand I daughters, Mr*. Mary J. SeMI coming for relative made the and season friends brluht Included a4 la what 1* eaualnt sal the leaking for quick

Mr. IxMinie Dawson and Mia solution to the problem.
Under the Oklahoma Democrats Lyonailma L. Pet and Mrs In this host of visitors
Brown. Mrs: Han Pith aunt. were Mesdamrs Wilma McCerneck The simplest would be to have McCormack
Moigsn
BE: SURE: YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY bill louse members can Fannie Ruby
send unaddressed mall free to. Brown was ill\ at the time of th I Interment was held In the Tampa; Marlon Parrlsh Win and Hayden resign their positions and bare
the folks back home just by party. The members mined hei r Greemhade cemetery, Sinvm- ter Park and Sallie Bradley At 7f, both houses of Congress replace them wait
7 P.M. SATURDAY! I putting '1. address on it. This. very much and wWi her a happj y Jackson" Funeral Home In Pittsburgh, Pa These lovely II,'. ednll1.! younger men of broader scope. But conar-

{does not apply to senators. New Yew charge. ladles are the daughters of Air' slonal leadership reaction to this Idea la sharp
-- -- -- Jim Butler and the late Mrs ly negatlv, and therefore must be discarded, for the time being
1 Cassl Butler Chattahoothe anyway. Public pressure for chang could mis thla estimate.

They were feted with several Another Johnson heart attack, for Instance, probably would<
I social courtesies by relativesand quickly cause the House to elect another speaker, regardlesa of

Mends. Mrs Bradley, McCormack personal determination not to resign the post The
IS FOR dung with Mr. and Mr*. Horace fact la that a speaker serves only at the pleasure of the Houaw
N. Butler .nd'Mra. Minnie UMcCitU .
There are sums Indication that the Whit House Itself I* unhappy -
spent s most enjoyable'
I .Iurda after about the present line of succession. Whatever I* done
) Christmas in
Panama City s* the guests of from that quarter will b* don moat privately, but Johnson baa

Mrs Eva Butler dulse ana I had a notable success In persuading Congress go hi. way
I family, The following week o .

It P m Mesdames 1'arrUh, Bradley ana; ONE JOHNSON CII.\SGti-Pretldent Johnson can be ex.

j t PRINTINGLETTER Butler went to the Cigar City: ported to rely much mars heavily on his Cabinet than John r.

iTami> to join other membersof | Kennedy did. Under the lAt. president It got so that almost the
tie family for the hew Year only time Cabinet member saw each other, other than at official

celebration They were the I functions, was when they took the Initially and arranged a
I' house guest of Mr. and Mrs joint lunch.
W O. I
Morgin. Each one reported Kennedy preferred to malt his own decision after working
s most enjoyable lira.I matters out with the officials of the department or agenctt
Now, as the Yuletide Season
I I particularly concerned. K* took the position that the
secretaryof
of 63 has
RESS become history Mrs.farrlsh .
P I returned to her duties I Commerce, for example, should not be asked to keep up oU
.
in Winter Park; Mrs. Butler Intricacies of the Defense Department, or vie "....

I returned to her work at the Johnson, however. .. non of a team maa-mor* Intent M

Guidance: Room, Carter-Parra-I tatting all possible expressions of views Wore making a de.

I'' more High, School, Quincy, on eiders Beside. Johnson used the aura of the Kennedy admla
and January fl. latrsUon arouad him.ITTOinVAT .
I Mrs. Bradley -
continue her
I, visit with her lather for few I. DE1iA: Px.vrIll the org Idle from

days longer before departing -My Fair Lady" U titled "On the Street Where You Live Rpt

for horn la Pittsburgh._ Carlton Sickles of Maryland received a complaint from a eon
1 OFFSETSales I stituent who bemoaned the destruction of aomeacenlo

Q Antioch Church sububia Ie mak war for a super-hlgh. "devwbef

way Tb complaint was. to tile form cf a snag- _
Lists Schedule 1"parodied CIa that aces from ")ty Fair Lady. fc"* .)".

It went: "Deffils) "
Literature Letter Heads e The Sunshine Band will meet |I "'Tbs petunias her always bloomed .. _/
Thursday at S with MssPeggy 'I
pm Then were daffodils at everybody1 door./But ..*.w com te
Stokes entertaining grief./And now a cIoft eat/la all that blooms M the street
I feunday School will begin atU (
.."
Business FarmsSi I ( an. wHU Superintendent] when III.
Parthell Gslnry la charge A* the highway program develops screen the Ballon, that a4

The Senior Missionary will refrain could become CM of the kit songs of the decade,

and Labels meet' at J4J pm with. &11"1.tlb..1 ..
LAFF
Tags blokes entertaining. AU I Wife Preservers -A-DAY

members are asked. la attend
f < The President S. Colas urges

Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service 1 all at S member p M The t*senior attend choir VY J>re.U* ( I II: "I I II V 7ri!?

Mann Wednesday at T pm ItM/ i e
before the first and fourth Sun
627-7649 days ] ) -
t i 1jv

K.11 COINS 5.,UDI .. .

1 I Houston Six polkemraSkked :..' .

\ up, Ie the last cent whs) ..' 'Of ..

GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES iranutrd'n. snoaey to )10 was.000 a la rellrrUoii coin.. I ,l' ..

rare total caned by t J Masi.! s Vwlplw base IMes'
-
ol l.. II. VIM taking his rot' W m I el. v
IS South Madison Str..t I ratios i* a care ton showwkear i !Ieene r bats V tn*. Mii r |. "No, BO Higby': .u*. the *OMniwuat

lb T sera. aecUeatrj ay sap. Ii wfreese by e..ww t oss'e

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I In th. Court or tbs Count Ill thl Court. .1 the Count,
J ud|* O4adoan I ...unl). Florida Jud|. Oadtden c<.,IIi,. .1"11.
CLASSIFIED :APIT JU. PElt CONtROL Pmobstii ik, ,In
I ADS IDmmmm In re Balat ofOP" I In M, ..tat..t

IMI c.a.... Torailt IOTATII EWZARETHPRNPLOPS Mwi H. irmltrtt
."'N AHI\fI. 0'"od..
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Control Mat sad .
All
I..d Orojtlwl .od. Irl ;
Mrk r..ln-atUa t NI TICS rUvlli rj. ,,.:
T"< All OradlUr Ikd HoreonMavlkt OMIMg o
Zr", ,. .. 'I.. .., p.'ntttslths JU*> .r Dmnil Against Hald jtouif :
Call taUaha...*. Ml. "It., I .A.I, .''' cut provide ,
I" "..1"1 (taliTr.l.lo.i You and .*..11.. > '"i are r.o.
I 10f I', t"t, I II 3. .1 I of the <'...d.I.f \ and earn of n>u art ken by nntiried aol rk.uiii p. .
IJJJIID Plumbing rUhirn ElcetrleiSuppU COLLECT I l".I''''''' .' l'lI ) ..f Yiilmjpul'llt, hI notified and .ulreil to pnml : tent any olaMO sit d. ,1.

Pipe .nd HOMt NITE JU-1431 F.," Iii o ''II h..hl Ii tirni. any rial*** nhd lemandnhlih ,,' .'Ii you or ajtker .'t ,
rUtlnyl. .' .,, .
'Is 0'1 .It. I' M Von you, or olllir irf yui' may h... aialntt HI* ..ii'
Water Kuhn, Tile Baud OfFICE S22-I7II II III lot, JCIort, t'. llll St the hav a alnil the Mtmt ol' Kin onto II Khuler. lUe..., ,I _
FOR RBNTl On* tnroi bldroorkom Ga and Oil Haaton 'mill I. SC tori Office *r hat tonI oth rlopi ......rdl. dor.... uld fount, in lbs C.',i',, itof '
for 'u 00. on. two bed t i ,'rnrr of lUdleon and Craw rd, late of saId i'<'!inuy. to th. Utdeiltn CeuKly, 1
nl street In tk* City af Quln U. hit off lit In IK* ,' hcounty '
roam '0"' for ISO 01 ,., oontlWitt I ;; 1''U t|. ol il ilrn Oounly. eon
r.J
polUbod oak floor, tilk n i hi. iItesi| ef Fowl kurntiurn al Mt nfdit In the .Id at Quit ", > in.
end kltchto and ROCCOPIPE the ilrnlal of tk* kllMlnl >i>llrt llout* *( Old Oaunly at Hi i.lenar I Ito.
.tk *JI mod
ONE STOP In'I'OI't'tnt..r the t-lir of Qulho: Viulnoy, roHv wiiiiht tin < .l, time of ih* filet p.f I -,
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a T B ri tohi
> .onl.1. .irii) iiil her ppllc atl. l hi:* -II '*. Tw it
ar.,;n.B Ml Mill. Phon* HI I nil$ I.. lonetruil t.........* .1 ito llrtl puhlloatlin ..f this n>., ",.,'h .' tier Sore"t i .1 lie
|i or & SUPPLY CO. For All Your mi liMM.uk Street In Ike CHyuinn t 110'e Two roplaa of arh <.1.11" in .rltln. and sbti. i, n .. 'i I Iputp
II'' "! ".: "u't IU'T .. I "" 'JI". : : i.tnif belnc the Wt 0' demand akall U in wrlllnj. of reldrlol *nd poet 4
\ tli NAIn6.., tfMNT 44 YEARS Or SERVICE '. ot II Block I or lkad .nd .h,11 .Ial. the 1"'lu. .r ruetdenre ddrM.. e< Ih* .1.,1,t ..d.. 0"
Fishing Needs ;"IN FulMllvlelon 1 'r.dII, and peat off lie tdrtrtit If b* iworn to t.> tile ,1., uaM hi'" "
1( : t 4 N.ern fut ", T* THe Ant ,i an whl. h It I. Iletruil lile clamant lid ihill be swore eehl, or lt atjaaM tP'
l.d IPt. HOI and old Wilnllhtd. .. I Lake Talquln RoadW. ,... mch ....."' ....* I* nof to by ih. rll'*'*'. hi. iM.. *. ky :Cllllil I.It; -it o,..:
t" lit K VS..h'nft PHONE MM7 t> urriolnt ares and beciun tl ray and tetonipanl sy II l 1'kon No .n- ln. Cul 1110 S. Monrs Sir**! O. Hirr.U. .. Rkrt ILFARMER'S :f Uik ot .. ... rear yerd fillna- r** af **a dxilur sod tnet .a tIled hll ba v.d'
.' I.r 4 pm_ I'ic* stein kr denaid Rot to fllid Shell l itrwln A. Piuler
;: TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA l.li Snd day of Jlauair. IIMxinim b. veil.U. A. tdmlnltlfklnr 'I |S| r..
i-A-Icwr Twn btdroom I
", AivinrraifcNT 01 n'tdwardi late of kMwln, B blio..-, doithln ..
n mplily furntahtd houit will i iik L-itt or giixcr.U .
A* *._wr of lit Uit Wil reaeedrrtpubc..Anu :
.1"! tr4 kllohtn and r.. heat t locntrd A.'RIl'A'
I I end Volts eel If Mll I klhPenelnp .', .. U"
pavtd atrect al i..jtb ;3
*n M U rVnle* Jr. aMwM de.eaied Jsn.l.v n.'a
k. from 0.0'" W N U"' ... ltd Per Cent rinanred Jr.Chairman :
l',r.'" b.' IIllll .
riret publication
I, ,....1. Phone IIJ-7121 iturn, BRICK: HOMES I I. I, llll fl NoJk-t I* hereby aiv.n lust :
d.) It I durdntr A Mite* Ih* Hoaid of fttklln TntHuotHtif
jTi--idM1 > Any kbt. Conplrtcly FUUh14. ECONOMICAL f. I II"'K .'.. IXlNTKACTOMll for Kierulorr .. Oadedon IVunty, ri,.,ols. mIte
Hoonn I" Uorntvt
btems.- do".d rwldontu mil i nprhatI I Prkr Start it AllY" ) UTIKBMKNT POH Bll*.I >to II. llll Jan t, I. II. Ill .'. FACTORY i .."I'd\ blila "'11b.* ,..,.,..d .... .
> 41 Thintd.y, Unary U. 1)50.I Manifold Irft Snail
..1I0n.. Phone '2.i74 0' rail Mlko ( ) *nd Minority Leader Even.tkI
,, .,,, $7200 I I'I'I i 1:U' i f AM BUT, tburndar.It '.>r ihs M|* of uted trnptiwi and
In ".n" "' n. 'J I' far > TRAINED ( .r, 11. mi f by tk* Uidi iulpmnl of tbs followlnr dtrliitlon I rirkaaa oontratuUUi oach other it Dos C.pltollrlp, lbs !Son04 -

I-Bfdroomn. i I.4 only Uotrd .of Ilibll 1*. In Court af Ih. County Judii. ",' to hick/ kldder I appravwd tM e.m(
1- FOR RENTS $43.39 per month if n. Qiilnty.the Muptrlntendtat..lolda.h., ci. On(led*(l County, huts ofFineoda retnibom V0,0ten AtrkullurIieiMrtinent I the WMb ilotan. The Sonata lIeu voted t bel.... odjourn

Wt list accept your old bom Inetrurtlon Court III"... II Prkta- \)". PVird Tianloe. Modal k I tjirnt ol PIe kmgwit poacvUrM taxltHi ol Conr a* Conf rru

BEDROOM TRAILER II trade. Qi x rh.tlda, for a it U rl.... In r* the >>li* of '41. Kerlal Ne. lltill I will tonwont oo Jaatwry 1 and Praii k, Johnson win irldren

Will AoMpt Children Writ P. O. has III /SERVICED ai>'ii t nAdlilua h.ml. Oadtdea to fblem" C'natty.C Blemtn. FRANK KltWIN: PAVItSUlTMiFl: lIn.tOny "H!.'r Hurra fultlvatotulmy I t Joint sAMoa of the Uouat and Soaal on tho following day.

., Phone """.t contnitor my ... To All Whom It M.>. ,'","'orn is V..tI..1 Airinaliersitopsrfntoot
Horns Trailer Park 3776833Ciiro / ON AU MAJOt APfUANCH ,tot iwlnn' and peclfloilloni Nutlr* I is Hint" Uror CROSSWORD
tiled 7.o, i-inbpr II. IMI, from Lawrence.j r.Jlh final. rtuirt : TW\I II" ll.nlew P100'Stttto
PHONE MAIn 7-8826 Gi. i h,< .tIl i, o if lUrrtlt, D.ffln I I" a. titmlnlttralor <.f ih. ... II'Iitt It.,...., AOIMt IRlis 2S.Wit...

U 11hop Ar hltocte .nd Kliiln"is ,alo of man Irwin I..M. 4t. lUr l'IIttvsio* .AUlrIU oujiars. (err.)
I I Itt North Uadtden, Tnllahent .....01: tktl he fllrl lili pfll l'arlerPar'autOPO Vocation! ..thn Ptstwt4
1- I *. M Coat nf tw.tty.ftnolab lion far fine lnokM. and thui Airlmltur l>*panmentAn ItTtnatch
I ( lOt dollar per IU with Ilililt ha will apply I* Ike Hnnnrakli rrd T'*....? with Humpai, .rrm &Aenysas qyepC
.jlJ1ll of. l rn o sets per contrat lorun H. T HeynoMe Couni" .1.....,. ,>f M..bl Nu III, Merlnl No ie110tilt. It. V.lrMC Opoek
BI t ( HARDWAREMAin pr., etuutlon of a qiullllKprop lAdtdon County. Kloiul. "n thi Model Nil ..1.. Two Hoi 12.::= : PrOof :: Lust I'I.
HOMESKlnqsb.rry "M|, ih* lust of ttch ..t wllTrfundtd 10th day of J nuiullll' fi .40' I'"I"..,..-
0 lo the btdd., llPoiuhrtvor t. Eul. U.Go?. C
upon approval of aame and it flu* 'Iwo Mxtl No III I 1$ Notion
FOR iALB IISI DodK 2,1 7-6149 Hto' I,tint' .if hi. ..1 to the *r.rhitent dievkart a* admlnleirntor , ton truck Locke and 'unt Ilkl I office In *oo4 *ondltioi at rrank Irwin I I'trti (Ito Model N*. Ill <-ol* "' .n.., II. -.r Uy. RTo tamJ'lll' 1I.ld'

".... Mk otter. H. r Cov.ti within .'0""." days &11., kkoptnlnf ....**id, *a this. IOtA dy of I>.. |illlrlb l r Tw. law .ret* R bMgas$ ....*
| I1T-IIII It oembor, 1141lroy On* Mo4el II-HI TeMee. yua
ir.pVnmnII. MFklmmioflhaaa
C i.irarlor bidding thi SR
Lawrence.cdmbnlotrlter ti-ll in'k llrr.w, l| Moawp
AUlom"lIa Klg-Zif ll.4 l'Iad.' ibgve project will b* required li of III. emit nl Thl) .ostt'vton I mey k* coon .Command.* roll' ..._
with dop.ln '''10., Piy :..urpeymenhe I ,furnish a otrllfled *r Mihltrihtok Jl'ranllC..ln Pavel, diweaiedV al tk* t,'Vieole I ind hIM nmf ho ...DoltIXBamoan IS.Depart fatanc 4?.Aw
bid bend kink drift In
*r
0' only lit 8$. Wltll MvoraItemi
or
uhnltlod OIls
V kl JOIINtONAttorney en any
.,.'1' m Coaler. Attic S.wIniCenter. --.J_ FR1GIDAIRESERVICE >h. amvunt *( SI Ito 00 mediM for Admlklitrmnr A lamp turn. totl bid f. I" ftIte ..bd IC.HWMcoaunaod AltonqiUa*
., 0 N. Ptlnfui It. fin- >,'I.< :.. the Otdtilen County Ill R Wthlniten I Plrt.l oil ."tiuiimnt will ale. k. a.. warrior ps PPIt u. "nn
scrolL :.. Mall soOty limit.d Hutrd at Public In.lruotlon. K yulm.y, florid* ,.>pt.ilB I4 Catchy Avon SKrourtkItWtyUua .LSKlp'iracort

& Hint ont,. 1)... II II ItFOR Greenwood I H. Vlttrher*. Th*, .Chklrman......liii, low Uulnryrierld 1.1 Jrtr -. We" II, llll, Jin. I. I. II llllNOriCH **; bid. nttiet be ..__I.d .*.... ftl3osss.. .

tail b* r.qulrtd to furnish 5 y hiktt n, iek fr lbs a.1 I?.Harp, 'srlso ) M.Matrlunlbbr

andSunset % perform..,. and p.ymnl bund III* bidThe Hoard will reory. tIt. MLMualoOOt* 34.PystjtuaslIiI "HI.It_ <* .)
,SALE la the amount of lotS ef th.ooni.rnot TO l'tNTIiAt'tittIAItV1CHT1tI1CMINT tnil all hhtt IUrUrleM.Amrtaa
: rl"hl 1 in r l".l I tnr .1tIaa. 44.111504 M Biblical
prlr. wrlnen with : hUN Ciiidl5.si.d .
a .
TtdAKn V 'nut' iN rnucTION
HOUSES Acres suroty o mp.n, opor"Un. and bide will its noclVee'/ < ri IILIIIu\. Mao 4$.Muses isis city
tlAPHIiKM OH'NTTr
iio.n.sd In riorlda.th ..,'.pl.bl. until 10 ID A !M. BUT. TkuroiUrPuklM sooth
CLARK PLEMMONS to ha 'WO". b.fors 'b. award .1.nuar y Is, ao.t Vu Its llsdsdtnt'aniy FiriltI,, It.DAN N. yl,0T"NlKATTIOT 14 T* I I" IT. --r
.
.
.t 'nla.l.Tb. hoard of inciter.
I BEUROOMS I PhoM MAle '..511 *.nr r...r**> tilt rlkl tins. ljuie.'y. Pisride It lbs of.fit's l't1.Im.n raeafnloi. --r
Tklo I Rdm. Honi leoaled to r,)*ot any and all hide. .r the .....101.n..n' ., ... WALKER ir.butantly I '
| *4* H. Bftllwt l>r. tetlot. I Stewart Young's HlURIl' Or PIJilLIUINtlTHI'OTION Intiruntloa, Court Hoo... ImporUnt a _
Nac Inilil I.dry, MMTil (IADIDINtDt yulncy, riorlrl. for the con.tlrucllun Iorr.i.rp Jo.. 0 IiTBIIs .& ...,......, h ; '. 7
Itaih. ..p....* Lh.. I 'NTY, rumiDAK of lbs following pr.). 0
I "_ 4 .-..1....... Hit, u,.. I H rLKTCHKH. .ol* In 'Ud..... Count 43. Ii itt lbs
I... l>ea. COIlS Hewn Will ".. LEONMOBILE CHAIHUAS: .leve. I II.... niA tail MA t-MTI 1_. 11 11 Jill I. I 4tNin lbs lurlnafleld RlementariSchool 41PUaUd
I... .....* lalomalloa or Writ.I feminine I of rlM>rnmi.: .\ ..
Jack It. Jour*. hIS Wyaa II.linna. HOMES 'lew I IMIet Ucllltlei and hesltn And daIgaI
"... ",Ia. Stilts I* h.r.by .1... that the I.1.... A flv. (II .1..IInm Hi\ 4*.Unit( .. :... III II..
Board of Aclluntmoat providedfor tie* *t lOt Havana Hnk" kVk 'ulmniUtla work
lome'n Bilf o Itrvk I by II..Uun 11-11 ef Ih. Cod. I /Taiarouma, lolltifaniltl 1 .
I SR $ .rit
b.droom /
UK BALK I : Pieces .
.
111,000. C&i27.15CC. of (trdt tests.*. Oly of Slulnryriorlda ** aad >t.ilni plant. s.buedItonsatat. ll.I
Bu.m.h. H.lfhti.Jail .. II It K.*/ Moon TirUtl will hold. a pubuit h..rlr I Ti.. kulldlnf addition will b.nompl. I .
Cirdn.r. Conoor. llwrt. | C t 115 ,lotk P. M Ide.< ... with pluinblna, heallni .. .. I.... .If I"
ole H\.K] I Hed..omIou... Nice el... UrnS TtilUn Icy J.ng.ry to, llll at tin and wlrlnr, and will Its of 5...... BY In'T,1I lathes
1Imahi.I.hI.) *, $301 down CH I I, Publlo r.ty ufflr or lotion I rr conelryollon, oncrit I* ant M.Af
H All ,.ao! J.n. I. _I II and 10 Wtd. AI Corasr of Us-ti.nnas I ,'faw. ilia. floor, boated ypium root .. '\ 2
: ford itr*:t* In:hi t tt.of 'iltlmb.I.ln I ,dtrka, bended built-up rooflntlumlnura Adult "C" dq>*rtmfnt of lAs 1IL
--dF-4
W. Irad let umltui et a awnlrif windows, and ,
FOR SALEI a.thlAg .1 TalutW GENERAL ELECTRIC from In* hnl.1 of onmplcl wltk *T| Interior trim Sunday rhnol of UM fin blfl/la

Bedroom Jlouw. LowDown the Hulldlnf l..pMlor of lbs sod *klni worn Uptlit Church wet honored nUndarwatitoMoetor .
t-Itrif Quinn. d dofis hrpllratlon ap. Plant and atoolfloatlan will I Bundijf nwrtilng I by lbs I"' 1'10
H... KOOt SEAL
Pajmcnt Low addlth.nt JrftBllrll. :
to mk -
for Ultrttltd
: ptrmlt ba ensilehi. I* blddttit mc of Rev, and Mri. .,d
riymenU. Flnanc- to and altoratlon of htrr lbs office ef 61.Avarice .
Monthly lbs ArchitectHebert 'IT I"' ''
Inc Already Arnn,." Mr.mm U. I. 10 U mile west .! .tl4 as-es t KOI W.'I Kingllrttt kUykln, AI A. Ill liOilltea who now live In rrtlr DOWN

Talquln Inn. I'nlh* City '\IIk'I.: ih. LooseS Tilllhiitte, molt it Mmlanni Rev. Burns Lflat - ,
1011 Mtf '
McMlUin. on Lot '$4'of ri nd of 'T I"
torn tra HOI ,tit MID cams la 4ulnry n pallor
roll Drive. UtLERICAl Tal1oh...... Florid rollof>.rk, b* au.. bee ,... I A plan deposit if twtnlrflvi.lollar FIrM Baptlut In 1114 cod n I.TwotoolALLAROUND _
,..n.. iC a so, sonforminu till ID will k* isquirod lath -
1212 WH Tinntia ..holidtn. Its-ct... or Intuffietonttd. for ih. tint let .,( p1 menus is. pained II... until .*".. tlm* liU2t .
4 and front y.rd epr and *d by the" lenoral t 'intrulotblddlni AIM prrwnl wu i r.lular '
: I II J'3 u:t-J, Phone 212-ISII ills bn.poeed tddltloni' and slid al! ,,n tli* ennlriel, I* bi member, l>r, W R Lr.. ACE B/ Alan Mavry
teration would I enorotok is
rntouded as .ha miens at tilt rtlrxl end
who ,li alao
reii.lrtd yaid spac.5.'this wllhlr 1 bert
I plan In sod londltlun ItA1"I' 'f'r'lt1
CM
WORK WAVTBI d of Peotrnktr. fiom lives In Qulnry Dr. Limber
litk >y fine day Ik* kid dst Additional -
...t job certies mUl.,., 01 ap. I .... of pUnt nmr bl *b.lalnod stated that h. was pastor of thi Ro2IfT$4 ,4YAtISr6qwvD AU.-
lIance .10'.. Call or .n. hit.., "OARO np' APJI-HTMBMT!"' f>r by the senor*. nonlrtnlnr oral! church until 1114 and .1 I'tlfy,;rIII
'ul.I.on. 4174481. IIIviu TUB CITY or VIUINCY rtOKChlr sod ,1.nD m., .... bs abtotnnd thatRev OfTM 7VI 61'1"1

KEKP ("fHWRrN In WE MANUFACTUREOUR IDAty by the IUbIInIPaol. ar olhei hat tins rvcommnidcd CINC5/lb'4 r (
om. It.. afitr I:ll or call my M. S. ""t.., I' Inttretl.d ..arll.. for I *>|MII|| Burnt b* heard 11 a pro*.' gorAss 1 V4h'A1p t4S

427-5(11. Mr*. Gulvertaon Ion I. tIN It of Iwenty-flv dnllarl (111 on]) pert to fill Ih* pulpit Thianrluiry /Ji1l'MIIItI.
J.a.I It OVVNCUSTOM per ..1, with th* doputll refund. only recently .-...d 1tJ"OW I'fIfJtf.Y -
ed lee twelve dollar '
fifty .enllIII
..*uiie. Add ,u.u-p.-'k: IHhl iKOONI IKCUIf) JI'fllCIAl.,-'VUIU ''* ( 101 I. 00'.' **tt .( priMluelinn In fivor of Ih* newly frwtft #I ottNPV

to I.mll bud lot ..,.idnr .n'' MAblEi' f THP'lIT i or rt/miDA, IN CIJ J.jdt; en return of Ik. doiumenliI on. wn built whlli Sow, tttirnwn """, y
...tabli.h.4 i.rritory leer court I FOR OADMUKN: CXlUNtr. IN I lood "or ditt..tl wIthin It.. paitw AirOVP
horn.. ,ti.rievr.Uflhiet'.S.pony. OLD LEON SNIDER '.'0 from lbs kid t*. 0111" ;
CIIANCICRTm.cE
"' ''l.n. Writ Mr*. l>or, VENETIAN BLINDS TIUIT: ., Conlrailnr blddlni *n (hi It I rtmrmbtr eorrtrlly. Mri IY A_ 1"6
Nettle, Avon innt Mnmrir $HaBUHSC.TEB bov. prnjort will be re>iulre. (In 1/1'liH
P. U n" lilt 1138., T>ll>- Watch This Space In furnlth a lid kund In Ihi Burns il ont limo Uufhl lbs ,

h...... PIa. II'' BLINDS BETAPED Each Week For I : TILWT. ... m.iunl of not os. ihtn flvi11I Ion Khool My oliW broth 11I"0l.f
.'.naonl per rant nf Ih* kid whltli IT wit on. of htr pupil inidon't 0 3/j
The Real True ORDER FOR rONKTKUCTlVI bond abut k* In the form nfnaahlan a' I think 'A Oil 'Pr'1'J
AWNINGS they nil okiitoo
BUSINESS .KHVICB; ehenk. atrtlfled I ehoeknr ,
Values OnM.rchandlse TOt Lester "'111., : t kid bond written ky a rtn- well li ht promptly )nlncbt MIIW1t

STORM WINDOWS Addr... nknowa :ultble *nd raeplihl rernnrm Centenary Mrlhrxilit Churrliwhllt 1- Atvlf..
That Toll AKK HKKIBT:( entitled >de ptriblt t* the (itdeniunty iht rtit nf hi. family
Hoird af PutlK lnelru
ALUMINUM SCREENS You Can Really I hut that kitn a mmpuint f ll.f ..tln.for l y.ii dtvoroa In Ik* Hon. K II riMnkar' (Chilrman wn Biptlit. Bent U ... hh

abv .,,"1104 court, t s4 pie Uuincy, Ti-rids. fault bei ut I boom, HI lluttbnann .
Depend On For '.r* rtqulrcd to ..rv* a ropy ftf The enrceMful law klddr will boy dldn tart too mud
Glass ntoran.me? or otk.r pldmr, to b* required t* ',::;: Inr.r- bout knuckling down to bnoki
Quincy Perfect Service lbs lomplilnt to th* pllntirr fnrmanre and ... ,
I,"*.n.,, hII.. Jokntoa, III fc:.'l Ih* moml of 110% ef the ...... and strict dlatlpllnt. At lardinn '' ,
And Yet The .".... Q"lftI', riur. lrart price, will a Caret .ompny sure iitmit oats o( thitn, /
AND COVERALL CO. W..hh'lton IM orlilnal ol Mid axftpltbl I* Ik* ownerbefora me. '
m Lowest Prices In n.w.r C or pl..dlnc In Ih* sift... lbs wrd *f Ihi eonuti. ..

of the Clork of Ih. *bo.. Court Du4/
(14 W..t Morton Gadsden Anywty It wn nlc hivlni .
County. on or k>for. II day ol Jaantry. Tk. prapooal hints I* Ih rnnIrarl
A. U till. *r t dr** pr* ton- .o...*inl* sit.. h. klddor hem In our mldit again, and
3 MAIn 74648 1- UI Model fl E. Auto f>M. will hi snored flmt I* eukmll kid in owk Individual I'm turi other memheri of thi
and eomblnttloa al Ike
lob a
mitla riller-ria drpinmenl stomped) hearing 0'
'ix two 5ubeThs W40 rnll.qty1sSIA4
NB AND OKDCRCD Qula.y 4
>
WASHERWill U.......n Cuunlr, riorlita thii own.r ,...,... 'lle riabi lev. sod Mr*. Burni and Dr I# AtPSC4mttS rlf,41r1n"MI
SHIRTSand Newt It do, *f t>.*....*., A. It 111 t* relent any sod all.' \ i"INnTltlfCTIOJfIt lambert rtmlnlar about u.. ,
Pie For (tEAt (in*nn or old days ii .iU M I did. 7WimPV ItIf'
IIADIC I-Y... tervieo Wan-inly Kdwl* Pie CIAIIIMMM A'M1 (l1
Click Circuit C.trt.dt.d.ti.a 14C6V '
.... ,
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: Cnvnlr Florida B FSTCHlft.UIA1 ; Y wlr.f .1
PANTSLAUNDERED Priced So Low ,_, .,
TV SERVICE By locale. I. Bur, 121 ANatm. U' how mlaiaevlnf
/ Il II 35 n. t. I II funny you tin _plffOot"lI .44dtRAc?
D. M JOllitotitAttnr.y
Repair .. All You Won't Believe It for Plilallff .....IIDn. mba h.. bees I I ItIf'#

..tkio aadl .....* III &..1 Wiimnilo strait IAI.WMAJI wait'rci.Mat.! right hors la bowl ill the Urns IAPilIf.M \ ,w TM'wCllftINlY'

AUTO KAUIO* WKIXXtHB (f..I..", Florid.f's U as.a.I (ubpnritanity Milk I ramleolaa \ittdiy morning I MW our ''
FLUFF DRYREPAIRS In. II Ian. I.J. 4. with \
tainlnie e.in. rtver tduriUun
i mows maim ,..rN 'NTT JUIlOBI I* yor .id ....,....**- 5.1)105 h drlvn :...,,I \) &
IN TUB O'l Johnny Coiiln, u wai -
.,. Aqa "
'U"DAY"I" COME IN AND t.ttt'ItT IN ANti ron OAl. world ,.... .. UO' irw malmnaac .
down Jtfferwn In on* *(
DIN .0lI'I1'Y: noKiDAlS pr PI, a ii Ci.e WaIt GET THE SURPRISEOF : ill* firM full Jr ernd *.v.ru.s.a the driver vrlucitlMl vehklei Qi W Y0W4ara4h ,',
and lti! B-TATB Or RATMONDO ftp ,,l.y spoa.d so., I b. n't laid 471 on Johnny
tf& i' P
Jeireesce
lllfA ;
ALTERATIONSMORROW w YOUR LIFE "AT 11:...H. ........ III rel u"' ,'.etC. on ana ... .Inc* IM July whoa I im him i\w
iletlVe tncol.lut l I pooled bid
-. '.... lImo MtW filed. u my*'rintl. 'it.N Hilur thaI t4R I lemnd yer M.ugotel. *ppurlanuy to chMk out doughIer Judy ** -......-"...

for ospifloanod lapalM her buf She look hat -
.*tnt *i Kira' *f tk. Lard set. doming
Will and T .' ">. t of PU/n d owl rv.f< ...11.*.. Ma*, Clint U iM i rigular driver
PU K CMMJrra I 0. ,.. : dvoaont **4 *:: ...'..1... asl .' 'i". untp.tittni ,w. trains?. And that rtmlndi put HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS l,lmmln. | pool
Tw Bay i filed r.niif for oidt peat Item A*. k" barrier. IX- Don I wait tN mlitako .fthlnklni
also ny
DRIVE INCLEANERS Rrrrk Station of Dlilrlkytlnn and mr Appllotloa .....,'.. wliner **4 auMawrlino boy would, I b* I lot hello oil, thai btctut r.rtilnknuaehold
for PineS irkrt sad w* tabs ur. W all. fianrlnt II lbs pocket If leo kidn't bees
On heavIly Winded II..,. Hras.'iai ai'd prorjiwl its |,oo<| milutolal
r m.f Hoar a Oawror A........* 4..llobl. I bet *n IIM the Hot"MoAM I d.r *f Ja
1>.,. .21.lelS I_ N'.. Model 10" RCA *t Ihor.aftor* I -ay b* Inlurem ..1.. >"..n***.. Write Hi rosIly pull ionu Ileiu on I IVy MirjMl I. Oroiorrlimn r Swirl ol tbm will <., t bu

Mlkl ttT-int Whirlpool 'I t beard, I win appip t.. ik* UoiityJ ueoolldeltd tti' 41 VrnikCora cir o ind to lliink i DtnMHMlrillot h'" I.' Job thin saw ilon'. Vityollen
d f Oadxttii i ..ity, riorlda Yam fl. Pods WeveMl hurt while oft *h. didn't tikit CAUTI01 allowfOCI
IIfea'i $129.95 ( .;. mltlnf Ibem U .**!*.! indunntetMary
Range only .
? I'I *l kli .ffi"i la Ik. A*.rt' ( ( I, 14, II It let In i tr Mid her fir II RANIKA alnr loi.ihlreil
VACUUM CLEANERS With Clork aid LightSnidorWeIls ".U&I In qmai y. riorlda lorrotal pp. .
i of said 1t.1.,. and hoport Mot!** I. k.r.l.r *lve* tkal t hobused tick to cbs Mid. ptnilltr twldttil reported they will sot lambs lbs Job ftileinlnl

New' ind ftcd Cle.oeflLI7 I aid for *n tndC r *f IHaul.Utl *l Pail l InalnollMI ofUdedn by the NillMiil Safely Counrllnvolved sailor nor flvi better
Model fell TrarwM 8a.rtlItlillotMi : aid for Ytnei Dlsehsreaes Tour.rial Ida. Willrmlv two houatwlvi In a.pirito r..ulle, anti /onmttlmti torn
make or Dopilio1on rioelHlak K......*, of til. lest Will *.ad _I.. 't until I* M, H,*/4 the Clip CnnimUtltMtfl cuss. Bulk wore ttilnii
.
them lie dluitrwa
Repaired ...._ It....._ LSC. !T'sio..est of fUymvnd a. Sat. A .... Tb.r4er, '.t.tsr! I*. l.44 dlacuMlni UM Iriffl 1II1t" ordinary "' "KI ileuwrMot hlnlng may
Wrllt Bai K4 or rerotoio P.r1- an, doroaiodi.Un1riir for Ik* ... of I.. i' .. .1 rtllww lbs isIs rsts u.sthsonksi
I. th. (ourUoedWeat ll
logs en nly : miLk
*" ntt'h'.uw.estbt MllalUrd Oil wiy len th
,.. III W. JrfTernra fit. | mnrwtclurrri
r
Tide rfc > Added
rbtm. 117ISJiCalr Loot Will :.I.II.r:
vi lbs
.-. 117-1 UiQIDICT. I i *stated Otto Jfittrtoa Street lbs oiktr -I wit rtnvivui' _..11111 k un. ( dlrett on tile labl<.
.. G*. ..It..... p.r.r OP poriooa, ..d Toii**.tni of PUynwK (AMni.a.n k.ri mat' ni wkr ass ulihL Got Sal to won4rU added santa fcouavtiald bleacb" and kp In mind aunt. trourlnpvwder <

.... .. ........."..114....... Sb.mueld I-. FLOIIDA I OlofOTT sad dtrooood Tow It* .l)..I*l 4,,**r re**.deMU iOta
ibU ecns SERVICE *l Law I unt Hams. ion* of thy rutMa .... th* .,h., 1101I
.__ ..A.... ... (SAIlS AND At *n/ Snot lin* ef rn r Tweair-ftv i tjulrkly n.
..,..... Tii1IlaiO. ... fHAT 'lInin* ALWAYS 'Q....,. riorlda fill Twtklp i wo fIt Hank iUblUhmnt ow.*nqilikhil : loni Umo U tli* koipllal. II I* lit... flyway, Rut lo ....

WELL DRILLING "4UI TIBK .Ie j 4iM"-".. 11. ft. JAI I. i4l H*>.* 1.5. 111 W.... eel itwut 11M miller, U A U S ..*vy tAodteol ***. t kypotblorli lihlutlot) bleach
___
........ toloot IM-o pun tVel I rr4e. Ik*
Mr : :: I proipTtl dwUMner baa a ....., UU Ifcoul 10 paoplt MIa .
ConpUl ty b. o. ..5 eel lej the <"sIt .' ,hit .*.! a..th erte. Ike*' U toilet kowl*. link, or ..1..
Faihirlng p rho.dMo> Bollo. m III oxInlortow I I..*.*. 0.....* O*.aty, ri.*lal atill.1 I wilt thu I 'ot 51n0 ehnn.d.eth.4 '"' >* .. to Intet.' i uy kuker ovoreoM by IM o, !***. on llwtrlcal lpgllao>
UM ., Dmlfl, Pump i*> wit* yew pr.ipmrUrmni. < r'....... Tie tt.. .. d Qntsrp" s.d i sal ...,,-. T* keep fromrrMalni reteatml from *la Ui| !*- *4 bI. orh. lit U (less Injure

lImos .. Inl.nn. T* .olftr I. ro KM*'* IfH&IJ remMtle pub sod, .tkwf.rikeflr ..1 Ih* doubt II*** lie ttrt. lovetnliuj revealed the dull, or rowghM t lino. tmootkporctUlii

I'-,.. ...OO.....Is........-BXOMMIX .... FOR SALE Colored WALCIKiM ....... W k It>**ln mil.*p454 eoktMnlanm tk.rHM imitl |v U her last lore ..rll miilwo lMlud.d I ...H.know* turla**, IN SHORT
TERRYROSAHARDWARE
I'. ,.... 5 ..... -. T. All Credits-S ... r.,_. fit ... m re .e teA Th.... 10 scald making t U>l rok Iquld kwuMfcaUl leaner,, blur- deal Ml* iblorta .ltk any
CO. _..ii,. .b..id mm .11 .. Motel Usni.g "iela At IOImsadlAueast : Tk* ..... will .. M'"e I* ,... kai It |o Vrw* o ... road.1 ... klewk, lad immual. 1 otket ttol| "|*111.
Special .
.. .
Pee -ii is p..ecpu. $eid "", .11' high k44> sad '. kid .. .il lull round and Sham torn barb Wild ktppntd to too abov
.. ..... Ibis -.... I.. end '545 If Yn. 5I hare.b b. .uwemp.st.d b moC 5$ ....- I
SLTillak !
lilt fttralk Nonro* weal ...... fleeeeUi S.- large .aotatwd sid ipasliad .. pto- Is-l ha nm*' M >r Ik* kid nut h If Ski tvatomer f4.imm ,!**.. WM tAM I polenoxut gas BUthday For
*****. fluelda132.ISII _._ to 00. .4. II Apartment used amy ... sad -4. O *f4 CIt'I per rl. Ito M lbs Hreet 01.., Im*. .M llUrtt4 whom. UM ...,. Party

lit _. ,- .- .- klk poe. .f "'aer ., ,... .., l. '..5.otr 554 kite IMMM aloof in* rum iitvt e1dd 10 M* C aalllur Ol |w* Slraoas Youth
I- ...., 5m.dUIeI tee store 3 bedroom k*.. *.a.... SAC oai* *l ...." MI. '51 n, i-i.eT/ inrrHi;. kXHi' k ld
Um. .04 ..__.. Walker, **fo..t< ash* ., e*'4 I'r flADHOPM OOfXtr: g7 prvWeva." | talked lo! or MM tvauiMO I II Ladvej SlrmuM WM honored
a_. ...rt. mm.da.m- OenMT I. Ik* Omnip Idle *< ; W, Baird about IK .t.iaieg *l*.i Wk m lbs wuto- M klo datA birthday TutadayalUfMoo

a,. 5.i.U S.t ePme house pecan and died.... Cennl*. rurtaa. al kt. H rurroitn, t'haae..s Mtur. Its My tky ith. p*. I, oard k
1I ,.... C ,.o masS.tea. oftk la tk. '."<'t r.....orf MMatr WTItotai I.ret ..III'" puke i ew about olefk '* *udi.*. hypncklorU' M ku bass bom 1 to 4
..,, ..tth'n : I it """UII,
I nM
SERVICE < at *" '
TV ..- cm see's- other fruit trees all .l.kl .......f n llk* truSt '55 JltE'AitY itaft' nroaalnl lilt ...... lines, ...! MilUlJoOl II *0*>bllMd with I* o-ilock

...... i*. Urn -I UI
__ .Rusacn...b ISO ,: r-- .,- ... 3 lots. Will leU .4 UM aMl'a. 5s-b tlaiat o0dimmed I* .....*. I've* tAM kippen lo fM lilt ky .* tMkouod **_, mob it o UUo bowl .. aid kl* raodnnilkir,

I :::.eCt mm.yrLinleloS, -. :.::;:- .. on ekall .,.chill.* Ik k.* I P4s.O* wrltia.If mm-sad a/lo *.... _,*! / la* '. .rhkl*. The a ISiSwould ........ tf vlMfar, there I* I Mrs I C Coulllattt, wer has-

ktlCZ-S RADIO fe due to UlneM ** M* ... f_ lIEU. 5450.-. .' .-...1. ted ft I.M4Io4ed lbs FlOSS A--4'redarailorto If ko OMd 11101 Ik* pat.km ucMo ..,.... ., a utlty of' I***** U tl *i Ladoai you**!
cheap
P. .. i.e .n tat ..aI...... and ekttl M *wr* ( **** C*. iy, 'a'y. Plw4o. maklM liii lro. Tk City ,1r.JOOriN <**- 1.11......., wkeorklertoo lrlnd*.
TV tenvTCt ,__. I. .... t* k* ,Ito cloHaaal. kl. ateal.kl wIll \e soil :: OCt etutrf bad M pail to puttlai lbs a kltick I. niaod math elm ShamS WM mod milk

5mm ,.-- U34688. H-rrana itrar s.c. aad*5 ar MU4 awk ohmS nO.1Stse4mmsd k. Ik* AeMrfciilM If* W JW.ereMI .. mtrki *4 Ibo kKhwty II wa nvavkoU, lit, or otttr oUulioo *:& rolwod kallooa podclewid.

4.,.IMOW 4..*.*.l I I**. >IMi.Tfc so wtdM doN tp tko Met Rood 0nmeH *. ............ aIM adIos will iifctr- Tk* MttndJy uSe ws.
RIta M** *)HIII.. .- cud P will k | klMy brtUllal, ... deruroled tnbkMl
..t f Ik* aMMIa It My ono lie p ( *lt llrtu
F-- tL ARNOLD WELDING SHOP M t. 18 31 A. **jp<,.knr* Wtierliine
BABTOKI&Ct. GEORGIA P1cM.4 ***>..r..* to.ue.ei, II .*. vwaaVleM. I fut lbs kt I***, M IM MUM avrtoiM I*. lAs irteroaoa f irlou..

I Ii.. r_ |'. 14. I.. SeCt roy M I. b. ,.*. treful to ,wry and poaaibly dtitk. Al- f>_ wore tajoyod aid U*

Tobacco Bttwtot. Trafl-r. aM IWU. MotH to Ord.. r "I'1,.._| M lo Hare* of "boj4-" ..... tl Ikl typo k.vi Mtunxloot : seeds were five party ki

bmod Iaf coy lobo Cd will.IPhcm. I Moot .f Uet _........ <**tfpwrktr OpUtoo* ir* Bttwaatry to BI. .e** II Wovt Jrffarww ad fvM sill H in* klukoo. indbotkronta. i aid ktHooiM lr !*..... live
I s.... cm y, Ike line Ilk : M alee k tko iltoavIff bate filled .Hk candy
G.crgIm kJkpw what they ?* .. N K It oat tinemiry lAM oorou'rrfo on*** *** wars

t4I-33U 3d.b,1dQ. Df. ..,_ phie apw. with jww. .. 1141 all --..u *..d |o.. biigIal. 04 irooUif ., tk malay lo, dlaUlbuUd M tile fut Idft.GADSDEN .




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JtADSDEM: COUNTY T1MBS, QUtNCY. FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY t, 1064ELECTRONIC

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lJJJ LADIES' DRESSESALL


81. : : FALL AND WINTER DRESSESTO

LESS THAN WHOLESALE COSTS -


v nuarylte SHOP EARLY!


DRESSES WORTH UP TO $12.95




GOodS $5.00 %



DRESSES WORTH UP TO $19.95 .






$077 H-y ........ c.... BEDSPREAD c-a.. ...! AI-r t Sale] $10.00DRESSES
v WWW,..+ MCHEKRI1 whil.f.1. Ih.. L. ..it...... WORTH UP TO $39.95
U r.w --. Ib.eb sa 1f.1a.
;sz::..

$15.00ALSO

BEDSPREAD ) g

$191 e...... ............ .. ..... ...,., .... a
y,. .. W'.101"'. ......, ........ ..
..114.............--,.MIle .....,.,.,. LUXURIOUS Values FOR THE HOME
tramrf. *** ........, It..

COATS SUITS SWEATERS

SKIRTS AND WINTER ROBES

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HAND PRINT SCREEN rOJCRon SHEETS & PILLOW CASES


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PULl SOI 54"x76 $3.47 23'
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DISH SACK TOWELS TYPE ,",.,".Ith,..,1" I". ,liwu KNITTED Values to 514.99 NOW $8.99

== Al MHM Ul'''4 Wdil.... rpp..d?, "tooy-ea. "t"hh' DISH CLOTHS
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$..h. SIsIra4r. 4I.97 ,.,, ..1. up 10 dotfo t* Of .
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I =-- _.J WOOLENS Values to S 6.99 NOW $3.99CHILDREN'S
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