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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 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).
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P.K.Yon Lit.ary: Ft a History

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SHADE-GROWN FLORIDA ''ahnt (! t"ty IPK't tm.rs Highest Lowest MEATIIIU' TemppTttuit Temperalmt Ending RtPOKTWeek Jam; .....,14 69 20


Halnfill, week .. .... 4 13
FOBACCO CAPITAl J Rainfall, nHMith ... ... S.23

and continuing Rainfall, year .. 823

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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE: TRIBUNE


VOLUME 64, N<13 QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY! 10 1911. PER COPY TEN CENTS
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"Music Festival : Snow Flurries I! G dsden Political I

Pot

Y Slated SundayNext ,Are Reported In' a i iIs


Mar Sunday at 3 pm, th< I
Gadsden County Baptist; Asso;,'Gadsden County'

i national music festival will tx I

held it Thomas Memorial Bap. \M Indeedv \ 'e hid
list Church In Gulsdm County; I ;snow:!
To Boil
The participants will be hymn About 1030 Monday morning 1 1I Beginning
players, tong leaders and choral someone a he 1 l'
groups All 13 churches Ii I hollered, Key. lit snowing!"

the association ire expected t o I "Oh, you're jusl l tee dry itl I
take part in tome manner Thli I IS snowing JuM look .t those
festival Is held each year for,. flakes: another person The political pot in Gadsden County, as well as over the State of Florida darted

the purpose of promoting better One of the office \\ boiling just after the New Year opened. Several gubernatorial candidates made

music In all the Baptist churchn I dashed \o the back \I crlPd'j their Intentions known the latter part of lost year and one who halls from this
and It preliminary to i Stall e I
Music Festival to: be held IiMarlanni .machinery Is and '.\ county announced last week. John C Hlrson announced last week that he would not

-- --.- OW" 1 moving I've 10np"' *. seek reflection to the School Board and Fred Arrington announced this week that

LOUIS DOONER, 1964 president of the Quincy KiwanIs Club, fourth from left U Each participation will tx' About: that time Dunn James he would not run again for the Legislature Two candidates for Hlnson s seat on the

presented the gavel by outgoing President I, Love Hutchinson at the Monday installation judged not content end riled between, but the this Ii.,I sauntered across the street from School Board have made their announcements and there are) rumblings that other

a purtlclpanti ('It Hall Look .t Hit mow, local citizens will make themselves available for various offices
service. Lt Gov Robert Childi of Perry, right, conducted the impressive Those who p.rtll'l I,, Uonn') !" .

ceremony. Other officers for 1964, from the left, are Bob Young, vice president; pate In the State Music Festival I

R. L Massey, secretory, and Russell Wallace, treasurer. Photo by Dan Martin.., have must t first rating have tt performed the association.nd "Oh Is, ,isn't It rant il?"' be said Knowing Dunn, butit I McMillan Seeks I Bill Inman will'Seek Scott Kelly To

Gone, the remarked,1
level prlnttr,

All who enjoy good tiered Sure glad" 1 have chains for Seat On Gadsden Re-election, Be Candidate In
my tar ''I
Charles Adams Is DrownedOn music are invited.
----- Someone lathed in the door I
with ehllltPI'lnlllecth no, no,: School Board To LegislatureFrom I Governor Race

FSU GraduatesIn the: door ctutn I lime chattel'Ing i

teeth and taid he attic wished Noiman McMillan well known Infoimallon obtained Male Ben. Scott Kelly annnunrrd -
he had i \\111.10.11'111 heater Quincy Insurance man title by a repmrntatlve nf this January 11 tt Sura-

Area ListedFlorida The mow started floating week announced thai he would newspaper In a discussion this Bola that he will be a candidate

Weekend Fishing Trip down In the mid.morning, '!>e candidate for the Gailsdi week with Rep William Nil"- for governor In the 10(14 Domocrallr -

State University/ hn stopped for a while and thrtt 'ounly<< tnliool Board from DIs- man and Hep Fred Arrlnglon, I'rlmailus.
announced held who have been CJaiUrten ('ounI said h. h wtkliig the
s graduating clan started again until about I.30n :rlct Two The nest Is now Kelly
of (191\ students who completed the alteinoon: mid the by John C Union 1 who announced :y'a legation to the Male leillaliture govnnniihlp, because 'Ihe pt-o
last week that he would for several It pie of Floi'Ida Marching fur
requirements for degrees during I years tie
Funeral services for Charles funny thing WM the win was
seek re-election Ilia 1 learned that Mr Arrlnittim executive which will'
the trimester just ended I not term wai leadership
C. Adims of Quincy, popular/Pat Thomas' Regiatrsr Murray W Kenns ihinlng there ViiKiit pert a of cloud the overhead lime l and 'txpli'ei next Jan t. does not Intend to arvk re-eler- bilng to date gmrmment the
Law ViolationsIn
district manager of Merita BAk- said diplomas will be sent out Over lI.van..w.y mow flur- Mr. McMillan U a natlv of lion, but Mr. Inman, who IN proven practices slid prlntlphs! .

ing Company In this area for the House BurnsA In t few days to 488 who received rues were reported for a coupleof I 5ididcn County, having been more generally known is Hill of a atuwsiiful butmeaamai
put 25: years, were held Wed- Seen s bachelors degree, 79 houra1h Ininan, has dmliliM to seek r*> "My Intention! I U to liutlll ( asral

needay at S pm. In the Craw- four-room house owned by Quincy who received a masters and ..ll"cllnlII" Hrpiesrnlitlve. rriponalhlllty and flacal >ti.trgrlly .
Florida Servicett
fordville Methodist Church The Pat Thomas went up In flames 24 who received a doctor's degree Forestry Under the recent reippnrtlnnmcnt > In all governmental "C.
RoM>dl. Vt mile from Gi'etna
Rev Luther Stokes, assisted by fleet and operatlnni;" the Lakiw
about 9 o'clock Monday night As let, Cladsden County will
the Rev Richard Spraguit, of- The house was located near the Decreasing Those from Gadsdcti on U S 90 ales reported alight 4 law only one representative In 'land Senator scud, Kelly It a
flcited Burial was in the Counly snow fall for about three generul ronli'actor, Realtor and
Bushwacker Landing on Lake Th number of law violationsIn Include: Ch.U.hoochee1I1ar.. bows the Slate b.IIIIIIUI'II, who will
Criwfordvlll Cemetery Talquln server with Senator Dewey MJohnson owner of e general' Inauranceanenry
Quincy during the year 19C! joilt Barnes, MS; Brenda s. -- --- .
Mr. Adams, who wn 49 years Mr. Thomas uld L. W Sumpowner ,
Hart BA & act
Ills James
teemed be but
to the
ef tge last October 3, was of the fish camp, noUfled on wane Michael Ramsey, Nadine Peacock First IIr.nm.." has served In many Haying that h* will call on the
cost to the violator showed in Baptist lOin: le'gldlalur to repeal. the
drowned last Saturday eveningIn him In life In
by telephone thai the house increase 1062 according blandliiid, Theresa GraceStewart. I ipaclllea public
over ,
Increase In auto llcenie
the Ochlockonee River near wan burning He adaden County He has served lag
Immediatelycalled to a report by J. W. )!sire, director BS ed.
Sopchoppy while on a fishing David Burnt of the Forestry Church Slates two terms it Counly Commissioner
of the of Jane Elizabeth Barnett
Department
Quincy -
trip with hit brother-in-law, Service who dispatched t tlgbl yea is .. Sherllf,
Public Safety BA arts & id Kenneth H
Archie Alllgood, and J. C. truck to the scene of the blue ; and has keen a Representativei
btndley, both of Ttllahisse The house wn declared a total There were 6094 citations issued Dean, John R. Johnson, IIS bus Sermon SeriesThe i the Slate Legislature for pay r

The two Tallahassee men lost and the fire wit probably here last year while In iiirteen yean wli.r* he haa (

stated that the outboard motoron started from t faulty gas line, 1962: 10,I M case were mid by Rev, Thnmia Cutllno served with great dlitlnetlon

the boat developed mechanical Mr. Thomas stated Quincy Police. A calendar year Quincy Cagers I psalm of the FirM Baptist .nd built for himself a splendid
breakdown of fines collected forth reputation among the l"glliiirl -
trouble in an extremely +
year was not available at Church, announced this week t ,i with whom h. waked Hein
swift section of the river. At Win 2 1 1By .
'Guild Drop
Sunday'Set the Finance Department of the to be
they attempted to make repair two series of sermons served on ante irf the most
city keeps records on a fiscal local church In Important commuters and lies
the vessel over 'aimed, It wn Donn JamesTimes pieached at the
dark and raining but Alllgood At CentenaryThe year bank. During the fiscal bporta Writer keeping with the spirit of dcdlottlon won generally considered she
year, July 1, 1960 to June 30, and liveit
man on iKrlcultur -
and Stradley made it to snore, a Qutncy High eager won two .
of the new sanctuary
distance They laid Wesleyan Service Guildof 1961, the city collected $17- \(xk conrmlttoTi. ire has served
short twty the Centenary Methodist 73748. 1961 to 1982 showed atotll and dropped one contest during Ilcglnnlng this Sunday it the it chairman of the Agrlriiltur -
able to talk to Adams, .
they were the pint week J
Church will observe Sunday collection of $22,882 I morning service" end continuing Committee fur tt 1..11II'n
could not see hint. : .
although they January 19 is 'Guild Sunday' and 1902-1963 reflected no,- List Thursday night in I home .
They said Adams told them he at which time special recognition 181.28.Violations. tilt tilt Tiger toppled the Havana each Sunday morning through \ ., .: year
was able to touch the bottom 50. Easter the pastor will deliver Mr. Inman will carry with him
will be given to the Dears 55: Quincy started
member -
In 1963 '
increased
and he wit holding on to the !. oft with a bang, leading 15-7 messages ClI1- the theme, Jesus Norman McMillan during the next session a very
boil Apparently he started to over 1962 In only four categories life and juts These sermon I valuable store of *xperlenc\
Th. purpose of.the Guild Is In the first quarter and 3u-20 athalfllm
.
Year
.hare and stepped into s deep to provide a channel through before list there were *. The Tigers never' relinquished will attempt to show Jews IW. n I born In ChMU'inoche, Hi I and personal Informal ilwut
holt it they never heard frrm which employed women no arrest mid for aggravated their advantage with native netting ID is to enrich moved to Quincy with his par the it*!*"! business and rnontnpeelally

tim again.A achieve spiritual enrichment can isiault One cite wit midt la their biggest margin being a 19 the live. of present da], iota, Mr, and Mrs, a. J. Me. business of Uailaucn
1963 .
Disorderly conduct jumped Chruitlana by the vast walli I when he Just Count and II* taxpayers.Mr .
miserable night was spent and Chrliflan fellowship and point spread In the second |wr- Mlllan, was evei
from 90 to 93 list and .
by the two men huddled on the take in active part In developing liquor law violations year, led, but had their lead narrowed of 111! religion teachings ind I a year old. He attended Quln Arrtngtnn hat served very
shore in the Vain and cold, not a world Christian community four In rose from it little at three point In convictions. Sunda,'. strmoris I cy Elementary School and Is I I capably as Representative inn -
knowing what had happened to list ,cases eu. Also 1962 to 22 cisei Increase the last 48 seconds of the game. entitled, -And the Child I gradual of Qulnry lusts Nthuol the past ten years ,"d.1t U felt, Moelt Kelly .
their companion. They were lo This recognition will climax showing an Grew" lit attended the Unlvenlty ol that his tllpotr..nr. will elway
the Game scoring honors went to n: fei Mill "Unfair .
wn carrying of concealed Krlly lotion
Florida and received B. H be tvillabl In Ilin of need
cited about 10:30: Sunday morning the annual observance of "OulldMonlh" Quincy Gale Coleman, who Sunday evening Mr, Cutllno itImportant
which Inevitable
weapons Jumped It th rmilt of
degree In the School of Iluilntai matters If Mr. In
and thereafter a and .Guild will begin pleaching throughthe
shortly members from eight ciaet In '82 to IS! pumped in 19 points Gary : the present ipvnd end la* tr.nd.1"h. .
at Florida Slat University, should wish to dltcuna imf
Adam instituted. ire urged to td-I entire llible one sermon man I
search for was tttend and tit together canes In 63. wards tallied 12. For the automobile hat been *./licl
for earn of the .blJ'-''. books, where he aim did graduatewm natters wlh him.
Pete Aeardon high with 13
Offenses shown by the report was "k. lie has been tswciiled upon at the moil likely source
In the
I In order, al they appear
Adams body found by
Mr. wn points of to finance txcfialve
tt liking t drop were tuaultt with Shaw Insurantof Qulnft revenue
Navy diver from Panama City ARBOR DAY I minor Over the weekend the Tiger 'Bible The basic them of each Cools of government yet the
), 29 to 23; auto theft, 11 book of the Bible and Ui tignlflcinoe alnc/ B3T, C. R. Holley Is
at 3 P m. Monday some distance Miss Evelyn McDonald, president to five; breaking and entering, Journeyed to Penstcola and for the present time "It elected I Intend to devote auto I la nrcewlly "
from the spot where the ( of the Quincy Garden' 41 to 21: ; driving while Intoxicated edged out Tech S7-W "Friday "A governor wllll a tucceae
for 'h //he time to eonlM'l.n.tllluaJy
will provide the subject eat necessary
tragedy occurred. The body Club announces that Arbor Day 41 to 3D; drunkenness night, then met with disaster Sunday with Area Visitor (ul background t* s buiJneu
was located In water estimatedto will be observed at 2 p.m. Friday 211 to 202 gambling, 10 to /leselyaed .. pass $....' sermon The sermon thlt bunk duties acqu.lnmyself bl man ran call for relict of hulapenally
bawd the
be 20 feet deep tt the mouthof Jan 17th tt George Mun eight; larceny (under 150) 44 Genesis Ii and I is on entitled "Th I A the the \I.rtrd end makeevery dial Repr.rntetiee CharlesR : with I the support and

Syfreet Creek. roe School Mr. Ctrl Rudeand to 27; larceny (over ISO: 11 to Dooner Installed Beginnings.' effort to Improve Ih.qu.IU llolley, of Ht IVternhurl, onfliUm I of" the |ie Mr. Adams It survived by hit students will hiv charge of three; parking violation, 8910 Mighty of edutatlon Will touring mil stashing In Ihe request, Kelly asserted,
widow, Mrs Rae Taff Adams; the program. to S, 119, violation of traffic The pastor and congregationof ," lUled Mr McMlll.nNorman r.lI.h.I', Qulnry and Marianne olntlng out Ih.1I.* I. not

two sons, Charles Chadwick I Two magnolia trees will be laws 713: to 309, and all other Kiwanis Prexy the First Baptist Church In- nhouli. a* h.I known to ores thlt week, Boh Mum .n attorney "or a professional

Adams and John Lovlck Adams, :planted on this occasion. I offenses, II to ilx I vile the people of Quincy and lit friends, I. marriedto roe, of Quincy, tnnounredTuetdiy politician who hold a high
Robert R. Chllds, of Perry, Gtdsden County to attend these many i alarlod office "' describe.
Kelly
all of Quincy; a brother, H T.Adam. former Mill Mary Caroline : Munrtw, who It Mr
the
of Criwfordvllle; four leutensnt governor of the Third unusual trrvkei. Morning wonships Motley r's chairman for this eras .d hlnmrlf a* "in lndep ndnitmilnnimait
,Mn Johnnie Barker and Division of Florida, Klwanla Internal begin at 11 a II!. and evening Shaw, daughter of Mr andMn. stated: that the "unanuounied'jIlepuhhcan 1: who ktwwi wh.11t
sisters,
Smoking Intentions Poll limit, mad an official worship it 7 30 p m R. K. Shaw, formerly of II to ttrelili dulltii. to
Mn Miml Snively, both of The couple hat threechildren randldat for (lov* oiwraten ,
vUlt to the Quincy club Monday Quincy
---- t budget and Ui
Jacksonville; Mrs. Inri Raker ElluoHh: 7, ermir would be In this _IU n invet evpvnirt -
noon at the Jefferson Mary "
of Crawfordvllle, and Mn Ruth louse. Mr. Chllds Initialled the. Quincy PTA To William Norman, Jr., S, and through tray, Thuriday. Kelly and said one payrolla of the prlsueryobjective.
Allifood of Tallahassee. 164 officer In Itnry Stuart Mostltk I year Mr. spoke at the noon I
an
IRlptftliv'l old. II* la I member of (;en- meeting of the Tallahassee of thl. iilinlnlilra-.
ceremony and then Meet Tuesday
Taken I lion will h* ih. .c action ofnew
Around Square timely message to unary Methodist Church, In Junior Chamber of ('utnmere.Monday .
Industry and
Annual Dinner club member Quincy tchoolt PTA IM2 was president of the Guts- stlended the moon payroll
'llp When
elected I
meet it 730 Tuesday evening den County Tuberculosis and meeting of Uie Qulnry" Rotary governor axe
Installed were I/ml Dinner, 'hoot Club Tuesday, and was t apeaker poet to begin li m.dl.t.ly to
January 21 In the at Health uuxlatlon, put awrelarylreasurer -
To Honor Scout I' "Are" you going to quit track president; Bob Young vir.pr..ld.nl and ILoI'Ium. ( I1UOU-6II. t and pant el the Wednesday. noon meeting 'ux the ltiflunc M that alike
R. L.
Ins the ; Missey, trcr-
Roving to
attract Induatrle
Reporter i new to
tar. Russell Wallace Interesting report ..11be I president (11 Mil of the Quincy b.Clf the Marlinna Itolary
asked treasurer ;
different people lI'Oundfedmllovernmentl Two Members Munroe said that In ad Florida 1 will notify ln.lu.lrVtJaycees
Leaders Jan. 30 the squire, and Francis McCtll Austin presented by Mn Dim Hi own Rotary Club, and else hold dlllon, llolley met with num I u..,..... sa r... Neee.
Sine the Nixon W W Mcl'henon, Ken and Or and Mrs. Charles Turn membership In both the Quincy -

The 39th annual dinner of came out with those startling' Of Lions Club Markham and Don Brown, dl. .r who attended the recent Chamber of Commerce and ironic people Individual organUIng' anal rinanctal groups and of '

the Suwinnre River Area Boy facts caused on by the cigarette harmful effects redone 963 president J. Lime tutomatlcillybecomet MutcMnion, Wit tone Beach.P.TA. convention In Day Commerce the gulrvy, junior Chamber "'I j other support during hit slay SeekRecipienl

Scout Council will be held just about everyone bar smoking been Receive Pins i member of the board During the meeting the Girl lit enlisted In IBM! In the)In the tree I

Thursday, January 30 tt the discussing that and the mow of director Rcouti wilt serve is bl1''''. ,United Wate Air fore When he leaves Ttllaheuute, For
The 'served with that branch Mdl on January 19 h. will go directly
In Tallahassee Monday.In
Club Lee
Illu Pruette and John McAfee I to Fort Lauderdale and will
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event for adult Scourers and Wilson Johnny Hlnson ,of the Quincy LIons Club were service four. yeari, two and In a be pending the following weekerxl Award
half of whlrh were toeril Service
their wives It in recognition of said, "I 'sped I'm going to cut "the recipient of S end 10 year Japan In the Fort Leuderdale and,
contributedto down.
and effort
the time .
:100 Miami em.Civil
perCl'nttend.nn
pins. The Cjulnry, Junior Chamber
the Boy Scout program by
Johnny Blltch In ShelferBlltch
Th
In the presentation wit mad January lot Cummfrre It accepting nom
the volunteer Scouters said h* Sunday 7 by President John Forest Service
ln'Ui i bnlpe llnatlnn for outalending young
counties
of five
Council area Georgia ind tencountiM Ind]I,night "Just' myselfbut at t regular meeting Defense men In the rommuiilty betwvmi

Southwest of Northwest Ftoridt It aln t goln to last" Pruett. I le a past presidentand I th* age of 1199 One will be

and ceremonies : Ov.r.t Mays Marilyn Parr attained the ft-year perfect Submits Fire I win-ted' to receive the) DMtnlulanwl -
Indoor events !said she after e Held I
quit Sunday Meeting
of the affair will be ssslited by the attendance record fay his presence 'n..1 Hvrvlre. Award which U
reading h 11
papers, w eGeorge
at most each it the annual
of the Tallahassee Little bi-monthly meeting prevented
members Hamilton The Florida Civil
Night
said "Not goIng Control
Report
Any' absent wi* nude Bose." Banquetplanned
TheaterThree to cut down and not going office In mnpnillon with Ih*''
with In the future,
special
up committee MM
I
Silver Sewer, the to quit. I Inter-club visitation workor i k r "....d.n County Fire Control Florida' In.tlluts' of ContinuingUniversity I, .
within R. Mill
C
honor to volunteer Albert Dixon of the Cidtdtn Hludkx iFICUHi According to prej.fact
Council highest Scorers IIt/ b* pre [Office Equipment remarked that ,the area. He lau been very acUv : fall of the Florida Fore held an ill-dty Institute in Kris- chairman, the Judging will

sented. The B : I* awarded he wssnt going to quit smoking McAfee* la all Irons Club = service make the following tai. January 10. for Civil I-(,be bawd en the followingpoint

IIy.be National Council for cigarettes 'cause h* smoked received hit annual report of the wild' flret riu official of the Big Htnd I *: contributions lo eommunlty -
perfect attendance
award by Male welfare and
lor
service to boy. :
distlnguUhed cigars i being active la Ul club projects.He en forest land tree Is tit
bclUrment artklpatloo
hood. Ceremony for the pre..nbUOIII A couple of ladle answeredthey're 70 wild fire Hurtn Emphasis wi Disced ert erginUallnn > ;
represent the club bycoaching There were I round community tor' Metes eetlvltle <
Mil be by the Semtiache.Lodge not going to quit -l a Little League Baseball the '**r of IM1 which and operation it the scud civic .er..1.tH1
AWoodbadge. *
Order" of the Arrow.award for they dldnl we TV or read Team and .It active la Boy burned 34e T arm. David "oral level for proteillon In animergenrf I evidence IIf Meting eonlrlbu
" t rare toe papers Seoul Troop 201 which I* Bum, Gadsdee County Hanger Ahelters and shelter toe
sponsored lion la eummunUy st4ae
advanced Scouter training will Fount May ef May Tobacco by the Llama Club. reports the following I .*.... were dlsu*d. ,..,.. .*lfre, vklenre of leadership

be awarded at the Scourers meeting Co. philosophically ....ted.1'4 I President Snipes congratulated breakdown on card*** tune lly shelters seem to be the best I ibllily; evidence of personal

Other bonon Include rather die young nappy thaa ill* Fire. I. Fir and tlwapest mean al this Urn bunln .
Awards, and tile Iwe on receiving the Mkrellaneoua and *** prngreM cooper
Keys. Veteran old bowevsr. the community shelter.
awards for Denmoth alterable. I at not going to,pin and challenged ether Don la Ibis caf/gory ere caused lion with Indlvkluil end elite
training Cubmaster Scoutmasters quit smoking r ,.nuea." to follow the patter they bad d }.-om flrs'.e'atkeri structure Idee wu enaroweged.Liberty or..I..U..nl.
ert Frank Higgins of the Jeffrrrt -i let tin' end thf mlarUanouireason County Civil Defense Anyone wishing' he aubmll a
and other adult Scouten.I.w nII._ N ****.1 *. A...., was host U the. meeting!same may fill out the bUnk enpage
]\ officers for th* eomlne:i I Lion Club srtintl In the I 14 Flees eaes- 'and hMCB .!* furnished lot all!l.btu and null to VftUaryJunior .
IMr. Machine us '-
Jeer will be Inducted it the Straxjtmcm tommualtynrluM other protect .. ." attended, by the Chamber ef Commerce; ,
_
of II.
'
-
Elected, th* Council I such at sight' t4 by .a.neun5"" any
dinner _II...*. 'County CIIO III8ft. "" 1M'. Fkwlda.At ,
U-al equipment or
I unuaattoe and
annual business meeting In November Undergo Surgery eowerv.Uoft.I ralljwd UCMMHiltee CoL TarkuittMi, of U'-1'1\ -. .
arePrssidrnt.. 'glass** where ** nil Include
they Harold Strtetnuo, wise It Stale Civil Defense
of Quincy, vie, Loss fortunate la UM community and Unit f..ere wakfc arhfDUd Tho Loaf
Jim Ed Gilbert patient ta Houston County I throws from the 'spoke, sad .heII ......
and
Demilly. The club also supplies food,
president. Walter A. Southeetera) Alabama General 'IMlranla from legion III, ClvU

Tallahassee, F r a ; Snyder, Hospital Dothae. I* arheduled clothing. and (hoe* for needy.. train, .toning trartor NWMa.ry. Motor ....e1aanrasille .. Def_, of Tbomeeyllle/ Georgia This Week
.tsad *
Plmmg. Balobrtdge { IC *n pee. |
CU
'I1to lanU1e. for another operation today orMr ,I 1 lie sad saws. t'tvrny of Georgia rrpresenlillve -
Howard Woodward r poser and represeata- Leaf Theatre attrectlon for
Quincy and Tom Brsiwell. Mar StrwtmM ... Injured toan ,, FOKUTBT anon slIZLY ; DrbrM Bunlnt 14. TIM ,U... from State W MMnlslp. the eoinUK. week Include 'Who
I
tictUo. Scout commissioner automobile acrid! **! DecemI Tb Cadsde County Ferret' earning of Uh ned rubbU U rerestry, Nursing and kruTl Hindu)* The Store" iLamng

Sydney Andrews and treasurer tan 2* as which Mr*. With' Service report wood flrei I the oud< end lUig II M r. Opvlmeet persoemel.Uadtden Jerry Lewis today, Friday and

Burwell Harrison, both of Tal- Mnetaaa was killed Be eavderveat ,this year II has bB reverted I orTKLU.h ji-&oa t.etd. clue reused (.torn inadequate County wee rwpreieu4 Bat, eday. Aim scheduled enftaturdey
lshaas sanersoeut two Uut three fIrM burned .U' MAX rr : rod pure toe ....11I, been by George B. Mareve, a* 't double. feature will

( serration* smut be made weeks ago.JMM acne earing thin period lads I0f are shown os be mad b:* official announcement,around lxxi.>.. soling. director of Civil Defeiue be "Artura Wand Playing

wtd tkketa secured by Friday. A. Shanks eepenle- 7r o* a candidate for Governor of Florida at the Sixth J.rI ; .tIaI-zs.: A fin tassel The meetlag WM tile first ell7.jkinday, Monday, Tuesday and
January 24. They can be asad* lag eruwis*! tl Qulary JonlorSmlor -' TIle raiafatl for Qury( I* anal Weolrtmd bo' e Mtolurr's MUk er ky bunting to k* Mid ta e 11.1.-..... alteaipt Wednesday will be "Under The
UtrMgb tk. WIld eaatr.*a I' Hut School reportedJtket 4 _. Ratedal ta she. 1Iaeanl ,1|: LeTUJative in SuraaxUti Saturday Sen. ....... !In nay form. vhlcketifM ...-... ef UM Yum V'>m Tree." sterring Jack

er the Scent efface. F. O Bo* Mr. KtmtauM la ajro.Tas.'lie ua. *a4 lilt cetatjr vrs,e! Xelrf la the 100 of Mra. feme .411 o( Qutaryr. MIlo bees matted on the kiga4i Civil J.l-atef/aa ia txalleadeft. Lemno*).tarda4: +e1andWaAdanw

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I, Any stairs ind steps shouldbe Gregory moved to Jicksonvlll I rangements,
Foster Home sound, Social Security 55 years ago She was i memo Survivors other than ':..

4 Exits to the outdoor easily A JH4itIs \, ber of the Aldertgat Methodist child' parent are one brothr
available InformationWith Church the Church Sunday
Care For Aged 8. Highly polished floors and 'IASHINQTON School and the Mary Martha Robert D Stewart of Qulncone \
ilstar, Debra Ann Stewn
slippery threat to Circle of W.S.C.S.Survivors .
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rugs pose AROUND the milling of several two
Qulnry; hilftlsteri
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Is safety hundred Utter to housewivesIn Include two tons, JOY and Lawandi dill >, ,
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Beginning I 8. ,Housekeeping habit adequate The the area the Tallahassee Social Herschel Gregory and Junes F. Quincy; the maternal goal J',
MARCH OF EVENTS Security District Office today Gregory both of Jacksonville; parents, Mr. and Mrt Carl Dear,
7. Regular nutritious meal.
ill-out earth for one sisters, V.rl. Pearl Brtntonof
Florid li beginning t began in
program -' Jaacom; paternal grtndmothn
of foster horn can for B. Cheerful fimlljr atmosphere CONCUSS COM If IN MANY CHrriCI TAXI AIM SQUARE delinquent employer of household Miami! five grandchildren' ktrs. Stewart, Chat
and an attitude that allows oer:4
the aged A number of Indigent I help. and one great grandchild. ;
reasonable use of til home fOil LONG, HARD LOOKS AT SENIORITY SYSTEM By SuWr ; the Infant
Med pitlent In the *ltehipll.il The Idea behind this effort 1* Brest grandmother Mrs Clsud
who! are well enough facilities. By HENRY CATHCART to Inform every housewife about Religion would probably have Hand ChattahoocheeAccording "
9. Nearness to church, shops, more convert if it didn't Interfere -
for reporting
to be relented are Mm eonsMrtd clinics Central Prtti WaMngto Writer her responsibility
for this demonstration program 10. Th, recreation. family! Income should wrAStnVGTO.V-Th* lackluster performance of CongressIv social security taxes on the with the way torn people to the U l g COIM

Selected will bt thosev.fio not depend on the foster home during its 1963 session hi* foeutsed the attention of *ertou Now slow down everyone wage paid to maids, cleaning live ind Geodetic Service, Weclo
Just
other domestic
Ironers and -
,
do not need hotplt filiationb women Wachee Spring has
ear payment at t major sourceof ftudtnU of government on the entire federal legislative make a person tired me
A do need t protected fimllytT income process. There I I. rowing; concern over whether the oon-r... Just -watching all of you dash Last year help the Social Security J.[ F. Stephens. able which depth of 137li feel 1t

e living trrtngemenls. Welfare benefit are: atonal body, formed by the presently existing political aJtuation, around to much.A Administration found .1,000 point It then extend
Tester hornet for the dependent The person receiving foster I* able to fulfil the nsd of the country tight" nice to tee someone -American homemakers w b o Passes January 8 downward to over 400 feet

aged, I demonstration program home ear may receive a 'month TM pau. la Capitol activity awaiting the 1M4 session 1* the Intently reading a good ol1 were not making proper returns While

limited to 300 cues, was ly welfare check II large! ts occasion for assessing its prospects u well Gadsden County Time and for their rmploytes, accordingto J. F Stephens, fir. 78, ofHavana I throughout the the 62,000 motels
established by the 1963 leglslatur $133 based on them maximum like he or the I* rally District Man country aver.if .
lack looking Wilier Kehoe, died
It or of S last Wednesday,
M accomplishment accomplishment >0 units In tire
*. The new uthorltei the allowance: |5.00 clothing; $7,00personal *. Interested. ager. "Most of these 'dellaquenta' January 8 after a long illness new motels
welfare department to Rive these Incidental $123 meal,
Congressional critic reach almost auto Uncle Ttsol wot' all this were exposed when Born In Montgomery, Mr. ueyerQualityeCo70 urtsmPre units.
check room,
300 recipients monthly laundry, transportationand \ '
made
or up to $135, which would pay servleis. matlcally for the seniority system M being about you taking Bobo'i turkey 'their former employees Stephens moved to Havana In 'John l-lcock.

for room, merle, clothing personal The welfare recipient I II also ,,t the cause of the failure of that body to function ? And I know you are heart request," Kehoe for retirement said He payments explained 818.. He was a member of the i I

Incidents! and tervlce eligible for up to 30( days with the tfflclf/icy and. dispatch thy broken about tuntln' reason being that In such cases the Havana Baptist Church. The boy who (earns to play .
The until maximum welfare year hotpltallzttlon for acute desire. They contend that tile system hw *... over with. Now how'i that employer 1* liable for both Funeral services were conducted gam fairly and squarely will
check Is $70. The Increased illness or Injury; and for prescribed i j vated untalented and narrow politician to for good Ir.mmar7) shares of the. taxes that have at I o'clock Friday afternoon I seldom develop Into crooked
grsnU make It possible for these medicines; both paid position of power became of the accident of Bythtwty how ARE you not been paid over past years I from the Havana Baptist Church mtlnest man.SEPTIC. a
1Diet O'Steen officiating
the
to for by the welfare (Smith this ID? with -
Sim neoDl oat their Own department feeling, Buddy ,
their surviving la entlaJly one-party oontltuenele The tax and penalties that are .
Interment followed In
their directly to the i I II
way In foster homes.Application vendor.Administration *. Bitter I hope. Pauline say your exacted for not reporting at the
the Woodland Cemetery with'
from prospective I II a* follows: disposition I* "Jest terrible. Urn be sizeable I TANK
Other erltlc that proper can
charge parliamentary he Butler Funeral
foster amllln will be studlde Families who wish to Inquire Uh ohl! Bet that't PWe on Morgan
Kehoe that
amounts suggested
and selected by the local welfare shout offering their home as Cepltol rule and an exaggerated btdltloB of tolerance the 'phone amounts Home In charge of arrangementa "EHVICEVACUUM
foster borne for Med by legislators of their fellow portion rather than owe large .
department office. Approval persons Aren't the new license plates tt liter local housewives
should apply tt their local JtemMtof and prerogative work against expeditious t time Survivors Include Mi widow
of I foster home don not office ugly And here they are coating learn whether social security
automatically mean that the of the Stale Department of Iron critics consideration of legislation. 8U1I other argue : u* more too. taxes ire due on wages now being Mrs. J. F, Stephen, Sr., of Havana -
home will be used by the de Public Welfare. Approved foster that the vast power of committee chairmen Hop it doesn't rain anymore paid and begin Immediate ; one son, Jimmy Stephens,
partment. Great care will be homes will be Kited In a 'who In large meatur control the machinery of legislation, play for a month, although all that ly to mike proper reports for Havana; two brothers, Sidney I
made to place each old person c.ntrallndex at the Mate headquarter Into the hand of those who put local and nctlOll&1'uplraUoM water certainly brought out the domes employees.If S'ephent, Montgomery AlA., .
In the home that fits him best to borne will be madeavailable above the national InUrett camelllta. Do any of you hive a household employee is and Bill Stephen, Baltimore,'

Atmosphere, family customers, both to people already All of thete cntlcUm contain tome truth, of course. But Con- a temperamental umbrella 1 I I paid $50 or more In calendar Md| and one slsUrr, Mr B. 21.1!
level of living, physical suitability In the community and to grew bat always been considered a good mirror of national ten ,do. St*''t open fine when It's quarter, social security taxes Shields, Selma, All. '
of the premises, and the people seeking to return to I dry but Just let It get t li'l must be reported whether the
Jmnt and change will com only at the public demand It Per-
ability of the family to makes their home community from t !wet and the catch refuse to
to be under Stewart
employee wants social Infant
the slow of the 186J reflect national
stranger feel at home are distant institution lap pace Congress a catch catch? Maybe Pat Sober security or not, accordingto
some of the point to be considered apathy or Indifference to th* problem with which the legislators will finally get around to ICe hoe. 11* urged my housewife CLEANED
In matching up the old BATH OF OIL wrestled to Indeterminately for to long ordering torn of those big red In the era who needs advice Dies January 8 REPAIRED:
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with the foster horn. New York Howard Bllti e
person i Trtveleri Insurance you this
about matter
or helpIn Floyd Edward Stewart,
Welfare worker will work III 1, of Brooklyn was I Hick SHORT TAKE have seven
-CongTMmen overythtnt
-- mow, them) umbrellas. Betty making returns to '
proper month old son of lair and Mr*.
Closely with footer home owner ad when lervlre-atatlon operator nwppr published weekly especially for legislators and their Potter please scotch-tape him call or visit 308<< W Jefferson Virgil E. Stewart of Quincy I ,i' J I 627.8403 !
and the old person will get Anthony Msncuso poured ,staff member Th paper 1* devoted to event oa Capitol Hill I l note on hit desk to remind Street, telephone 223-.314, In passed away at 229: Wednet- '
not only his room, moms and two can of motor oil over the
much small town IOVlI'lIIt him. Tallahassee.A !
a* t newspaper 10calllappenln,1. day morning, January 8 In the
sheltered living, but also boy' head and shoulder Nl tome While on the subject of raindashed representative from this office
Young B1IU And like other newspaper, Roll Call, M It II named, trill to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
service end supervision had become stuck
personal
In attract advertisers on the bail of 1U mdwihJp. Roll Call'agambit minus umbrella serous will be it the Courthouse The Infant was born in DonIsonvllle .
he can continue to \ ? -Inch-wide space trying the street in a downpour to ,in Quincy every Monday of the Ga QUINCYVAULT
: h:1: ,
h devoted readers that
Jn community of his to retrieve I ball. The nation : "Congressmen* (our ) spend hors ielk-Hudaon'i back door and I month it 930; I.m. to assist Funeral services '
were con-
end to lead is active and useful operator and his assistant, aided (90( billion a year
there this
was In filing claim
frustrating sign or ducted ,
person tt > o'clock
lint
a tiff t* hi* condition permit I by the oil, were able to free Rep Otis 0. Pike li a junior member of the Home from New "Out of order. Use front wanting other Information concerning day afternoon from the Thurn-Circle CO.
Some factor In foster home the boy without York. He, like other Congress dream of the far "
calling for assistance entering door.: ; Understand the door Ufixed social security! mitten Hill Baptist Church with" the, VAULTS MONUMENTS
election ire: distant when ha will b chairman of
day a powerful Qommltte&The now.It Rev. David Hall officiating. Interment -I
1. The room should be comfortably other day Pike, a Democrat, received an emergency call was fun to see all the headgear was In the church cem- MAINLINE DRIVE
furnished and heated A display of fashion, modern from the chairman of the uboommlttt on research and develop worn during that rainy 'Funeral Held tery with the Butler-Morgan
by other than *n open flame as tomorrow and geared to fior meat which The had leave spell shower I QUINCY
on hs aerv* chairman to a commit caps frilly Funeral Horn In charge of ar
ttov. I ds living, will be _
t highlightof and plain kerchieft there'sa For Mrs. Gregory
2. ice meeting and needed him to serve la the chair. -
The bathroom should b the Florida
State Fair
in
convenient. Bald Pike "I became, for the first time, till acting chairman i fancier name for them, but

.Tampa- Feb.- 4-IS.- T.-O. of a congressional oomndtu Td Ilk to try it again someday lust can't think of it banshee I Funeral services' were held NORTH FLORIDA GAS CORP.
I wy In a decade or to." or bunks or somethln' hat for Mr*. Sarah Claudia Gregory'
of all tort, color and ihipet. I
e at 1 o'clock Monday afternoonn
Overheard remark MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE GAS
Quincy Meal & Cold Storage SALARY LISTS-People usually think of the Senate u till who' someone the Alderstate Methodist
going to run for reelection I Church Jacksonville, with the
place where million and billion of dollar are spent without
in the Got Prepare It Bede-
near future "My Rev, Eugene Pelt, the Rev. John Range .
the bat of an 1)'. But that august body eta look closely at wife said .h.'. going to vote
Custom M.al Curing, too. lice and the Rev. George Summers i Water Heat.raThermolalrea
pennies For whoever
run agilnst me"Yes officiating. Burial was In
Storage, Cutting and 'I The Senate publish every tare. months an Net All yea I know It shouldbe Riverside Memorial Park with &
official list of officer and employes, and th* "whomever" but "whoever" the Kyle McLelltn Funeral
Counted: Dearborn Ga Heaters
Wrapping Service t compensation they received. Its most resent Hat sounds bett.r.Brlaht loin. In charge of arrange II
for Your Home Freeser report that a special counsel for the Senate In lilllons sight of the week ments. Nor?* Washers ( )
Judiciary Commitu wa paid a total of $8.50, the society editor riding down Mr. Gregory passed away I
Cured Bacon Cured Ham: and a consultant for the Foreign Halation Committee received the street with part of her redcoat early Friday morning In Jacksonville RCA Whirlpool Dryers
S67. hanging out of the car RCA
and
Whirlpool
.
Country Seruag It Just goes to show that legislator can line eeonomlcal em door. Born In Greenaboro, Mn
I sathere, ill ; Nor JUMgeralort! COOK WITH GAS
,
you guitar
U their. rnmd to It-and It don't
really they
"QUALITY MEATS W QUANTITY LOTS FOR LESS" at ploys they put players National Guitar ,
to closed door and
cam one aihe
work them for too many hour Or WM It minute la the cat Week begins January 17 hon- It the "Here's' 24 HOUR DELIVERY TRUCKS RADIO EQUIPPED
opened said
of UM two small check fellow T
QUINCY MEAT & COLD STORAGE eat
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the lion den, It turned out 112 E. Washington Street Florida
W. Washington Sic Phone 627-8418 Quincy I Was very amused not long ago to be the bedroom of her two I Qulncy |
when torn one showed me sons. |I Telephone 627-6034

I through. .._her._u new MUll She Well, bye-bye for this week! I I








FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION







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I. B. HIGDON, President






DIVIDENDS PAID BY FIRST FEDERAL



SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION sine Organization $1 I 807 ,221 .95




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J. B. HIGDON C L OWENBY > ,1 ADRIAN C FLETCHER M W. MILLER


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M. W. MILLER. DANIEL W. MILLER. : R. GARDNER C. L OWENBY

Vic. President All Secretary-Treasurer
J. B. HIGDON E. W. SCARBOROUGH

& W. SCARBOROUGH. RAE T. ADAMS.

Vice President Comptroller FEED L MAY C. W. THOMAS. JL


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Larson Names i I The Shape Of Things To Come i !! America's No.1 Health Problem

Committee To
Ex try one love a fat lady-except the fat lady herself.
Knowing- the danger to her health, the Increased strain on '
Oversee Fund her heart and the higher mortality of obese people, most fat v
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He told that these appetite
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J Edwin Larson, Stilt Treatgrtr "
this week named a seven- depressants nds freouenUr such produce budget..So easy on YOU!
serious enacts as So easy on your
man Advisory Committee to oversee $ anemia, nervousness, sleeplessness ,ij
the operation of the MunicIpal or tremor, H. pointed out l
Firemen Pension Trust that liquid dl.lal.ad to a >arlety .
of attro-lntestlnal die*
Fund.The turbances.!
match-dog committee "Th. rsstro-IaUsUnal tract
named by Larson, pursuant to was designed to require v.. Smoked Slab Halt or Whole
provisions of Florida Statutes ; riety of bulk as well liquids..
are Earl Langley secretary- : When the normal eating hablta
treasurer, Florida State Fire L of man are altered, malfunctioning
men's Association, Ine. Chatta. of the nutro-lnt stmat C
lioochee- Paul Bennett, president tract frequently results: said BACON Ib,29Fresh
Florida State Firemen's b Dr MeClureHe .
Association, Inc, Sanford Fire stated that the safest and
Department, Sanford; Paul 1 fastest way to reduce la br reversing
Pennlngton, thief, Orlando Fire Grandma "old lash.
Department, Orlando R L. I HrnwomenTand Ioned" warning of Sot eating
Paulk,Jr.. president, Miami Association candy before meals Th. safest Caught
of Fire MI. 2 and fastest and most etfclentway
Fighters --- -
.ml: Cecil Hunt, Tampa FireDepartm.nt. SIX NATIONAL WINNERS of the 1963 4-H Foods-Nutrition < )try to lose I to curb your appetite'la to
men elevate the blood levels
Tampa: L. E. Iloff- ward get a look at their future in a three-way mirror,General a neht even at the risk of beInjloved > of the body sugar
man, West Palm Bench Fire De- Foods President I C. W. "Cook expuuna that their probable lets.Doctor As Dr. McClure explained, MULLET Ib5e
pertinent West Palm Beach; triple role. as. citizens I after graduation will b* as depleted 's have recoirnlred the "'ninths blood surarlevel falls
and Harry G. Hoggs, directorMunicipal consumer, ...1. earner and investor The InUr-relation.hip ofeituenshfp problem and are frequently eon. too low the appetite repilaUInr I
the the theme of the 19614-H Club
Firemen Pension economy was suited on dieting medication center of the brain turns
Trust Fund, State Treasurers congress held recently In Chicago. The: sit girls above, chosenfrom to achieve lees of weight on the appetite much as a thai I
Office, Tallahaciee Boggs will among tl Foods-Nutrition winners receded $500 scholar.Ships Speaking I before the" New mottat turns on the furnace
serve as chairman of the group from General Foods,program spontor. Mirrored are (front York Chaptsr of the American your house Dr, McClure fur Ga. Grade "B"
r) Carol Allen, 17,Baton Roue*, Lnnlslanat Barbara Jane '
ts provided by the 1863 Law. tv'"I. Academy of Genenl Practice, ther atatea that "certain pro.pratary *
19, Camdcn-cn-Gtuley, Net Virginia) Sharon Jack*
In announcing the committee Dr. Charles W. McClure Pro. products such aaA '
appointment, Larson pointed out ion, 20, Greentburg', Indiana (back row, 1-r) Jill Johnson, 17, feuor Emeritus st Boston )da, the special \Sow calorie '
the growth of the Pension Trust Fowler,California; Sharon Baumgardner,18.flainvliw, Texas; University Medical School and randy-Ilka appetite depressant,,
Fund since Its establishment by and Jan Wallace, 18, GallaUn, Tennessee vice chairman of the American are definitely more efficacious' 'I ; FRYERSC
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the 1939 Legislature College of Physicians, warned and safer than the so-filled I : I.\\\
"In 1939, only BO fire departments doctors about the promiscuous prescription items Snail ree-| i
participated In the Fund, Ice ( ';)l.t..e" .... of all forms of appetite ommended by the medical pro -. ._ t.
while today there are 100 participating guarantee depressants. fusion." ... ....
In 1939 money con -" It!
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trlbuted to the Fund by the e t. '
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trades
State amounted to $2169433 Several cenhtries 090 certaw 28
The amount contributed bv the ..* loOk ouch pride in their oils 01 t
State In 1963 amounted to f 347.- ........of meM and beootkM)HMngt lb.I .
78010. The total paid by the that they tdrMlifwd ttteniMloM wino S
State since 1939 amounts to p.. MwirfocliM of 0Mtr pndvcb b/ ;.. l.I6RARIAN
1658340746,* Larson stated MOM oi a mark or teal opp4.d t*
"Money contributed to the Fund the geodes' .... I
by the State Is derived from a '
one percent premium excise
tax on fire Insurance! sold with. FRYERS
.in the. participating cities," he i 89C

Larson, at State Treasurer, Is
charged by law to administerthe
Fund In this capacity, he ffffi l i
was Instrumental In getting the Lean
1963 Legislature to strengthen DO
and Improve the laws regulatingthe
Pension Trust Fund. The OXTAILS
vetch-dog amendment la one 31b.6ge
result of his efforts. Swiss Maters ltollsaeked .om.s ea
_-r- W.dp..oad,ford Dodroa.s.,,..adM.h..s
eti4 0.0. Sey ehi.aodoy.. .
v-4 jw Haft-arks and node-arts we e also
RAULINGTRUCKING DIll.
i doeto fine arlv.rwue.end ssW-

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IIIoor how..arsa.us, .....1... w.:eau an.....:::r'
and Long Distance
Furniture Insured The book had i very unhappy ending It was

twelve cents.overdue.. ",
n... baOaiorti end rede.
Sam Hutley mart_,of cam, a type B. Sure Your Card
.One of Mi sows
of ytun* ** t { '.
Moxrt oKonc f M gmmniMtam t CALL US FOR FINEST 1 b Punched by 6:30 P.M. ,
UM mi br e..useo.dwsa .
MAIn 7-6433 "wear oW *,. med5 1.' PRESCRIPTIONSERVICE ., Saturday at Jitney Jungle
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S. ADAMS ST. tar am war of KMIM| wtoA K Vitamin Sole -

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TIME TO WE HAVE FUND HITS $423774 First Aid Supplies FREE MOTOR "'
Devoe Paints / Dallas Recent reports indicate Baby Supplies Candles DELIVERY BONUS WINNERS-
Crane Plumblnr Futures that the widow and children Jfm lX
Complete Line of of policeman J. D. Tlpplt y Christine Owens
Bnlldlnr Mater have received more than 423,. MASSEY DRUGSWest
Alcoa Aluminum Roofing 774.17. The fund was begun Ernest Hardee Accepts Mab.l Jones
Gslvanlied Rooflnc k SldlnfHousewaree voluntarily after the policeman Jefferson Street Phone MAin 7-8211
k Gifts lost his life while questioning a
Carey Asphalt. Roofing suspect for the assassination of $150 Jackpot Check 1L Macon
Gold Bond Sbeetrock President Kennedy
REMODEL "d Gypsum Product There still remained several FROM II C. KINGRY. Bunyan McCarl.yManaQ.r
ir e Sportln*Goods arm bags of null to be opened.
BUILD plus Hundreds of Other items of Jitney Jung!. F. r.. Allen

BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. The highest achievement of
,man la to be able to think Jim Dandy With Food Order
IS NORTH MADISON STREET QIINCT through distorted situation and MC i
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,c.rI.'OUlt ___ GADSDEN COUNTY TIMSS CJUIJ.CY,. JLORIOA, TNtiWLf Av. JANUARY ,Y. llH1t ..

GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES HOW ABOUT OILING TilE HOT IlUXff 4.19: p.m Lakers vt. 'Warriors, 5 p.m.; ill possible to keep Your old LIVE BODY IV TRUNK

and eoiiUmilnf Commerce BreqWast, 7:01: 7W; a.m.. Board! y. al you will never be Cambridge .,.... At) alert
THE CHATTAHOOCHEB: It with at eco
TRIVUNI to replace
Published each Thursday m II R M4lM\ Itreet Tuesday, January 28- Canning Center, 8 5j. mW a package. It hat a low cltlten. reported to police that
A /.*,. H. rrv NewmswMTAHMSHW Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson Hweej Blue Lodge, | premium, PMK fw plan, and uniform he taw a body In UueUh.-gr
pushed into
eh value already the trunk
bM semi
) HOJ Masonic Building) Business and )>r fewl ncl \t into It. Also, the initial of a car by t man who lumped
Qulney Florida on' Club 7 p.mu Ktttrell'i Restaurant I li written oft and will Into the ur and drove away
+
erv.d Mmes ,.,.,.. ted M Q dart ....... er Wednesday, January Z8 Navy Recruiter, 10>8Q 'i" new to policy.be undertaken This will again wean minutes It took to the locate polio.the only car a with few

Jne Year U M Twe Years *s fie Blot Uoathe 11.1 Poet Office; Jaycees, 7JQ: p.m.. Jefferson Howe/ : stow-down. in rash value ac James Ales Relsslt Reltili It at the the trunk iteeitng and

r rr change Club, 1 p.m., 1.fferlQlHoUft, wheel.
I. L. Hntehlnfcon PwbraA., You can probably keep your
Don Carman __ Aittrttttng end NItII.fb' / and have the They ire mechanic employed
THOUGHT FOR WH3C
THIS ) ltvatenlblof the new by a motor company and
plan
What you art speaks ea loud I cant hear It1\ Into It. ..Actually, the, the "body" wn in the trunk
trying to locate
you Iaf.The, of t pony 'Q family : NATIONAl OIT It'AL' .. It largely a matter of
4 A It It arranged to pay off. Fawn :
IA f C "t" Take this up with your agent U.MOVSINWAi
q* I 1 National Outlook your company, Matt compan a wit of President John-
r \ r will consider reviling old IIU\'. economy drive there willie
tnJ .. to meet new policy... feurr chauffeured Umotiilnei I
While a life Insurance\ other ",Iatll'" cam
Oeerie llaiedoraUBOR
By
y Si U your tightest fixed used Uy doral off\\ l.l..
COSTS WHITHEKTA { which' protect w, gslnst It la also the moat Umouklnet keavy sedans
Rules For Home Safety | "II been pointed out before Kiiroui liweaie In coat with the mutual agree operated by fade'I agendas in
thin of company and policy Washington will be
)even If we accept reduced
In this column, the monetary r. Sometime, the addition from 131 to. Hi.
ill M face value\ It can / Worldwide the
Horn Sweet Home, that supposed pillar o( lanctucnr] 114 authorities In this ooun be caue for latlsfactlon. a clause will make the change number of luxury vehicle for
each $ try face the difficult problemof meant that to the extent but even If It calls for U. B. officlali will be eut from
of
I U the site more injuries than Our nation, steering
year a middle course we succeed In reducing major policy change this li .91 to 138.
highways, according to the American Medical Atioclation. They have to avoid on the: one ployment, we release the agreed to b" the com ....
:mod, s policy which makes itralnti on labor cost And If there li an extra
money and credit M r ntifu We would .',. for the added clause, It
thereby Intensify
On the average, about 28,000 American art acct that we will not be able to
pre ,problem of reconciling probable that the cost of the
dentally killed in their homes each year and four mil serve the ;International. of nation of the external value r: plus your present pol! READY MIXCONCRETE
lion are injured, Most of these Injuries and death. occur he dollar On the other hand the dollar\ with domestic '. would be lest than the cost
y they mint not adopt a policy 10 '. the new plan (certainly.
through falls the great majority among older people. restrictive that domestic ceo- you consider the cash 1\\
i Moreover It It well not to
For the most part these falls among older people canto growth li halted. too confident that labor already built in. Your

occur at floor level, and In general they art easily; Whether they will be able to will continue( to rite mars can undoubtedly work out *
continue the degree of successthey idly In other equivalent of the new plan
preventable. When you can CI1\.Wtf.YH to the follownl! have had until now do- here, Leadership countries In these your present policy
questions, then you have set the pattern for ponds on, more than anythlni er countries li well aware It night be time for a com
ing your home against accidents of the aging > the schools han two. For another, the Salk Institute el.8. the future movement ol the difficulties they may I check-lip with your agent, CONCRETE
Do have scatter rugs thost bright and cheerful for Biological Studies was recently opened in San Diego i l In abor unit'oIl. Any large Increase for themselves by rapid cost you may find that t rear
you labor costs would make If.'I I el\W'1lt of
and i the of creases. Even the rank and your insurance
in For BLOCK
completion. third
process a there i la
It
of death fattened Itnpoaalble to ,
magic carpets securely or provided reconcile the In such ntttnni ts apply your present pol-
with nonskid backing? a very real hope that research and experiment will, per. I wa. objectives, which hive had trcr.-ra: ; to certain needs and let the

Do you have handrails\ of a proper height and hops fairly soon all, product the an.omnibus vaccine that will regarding Many observers the proupcHj are optimistic for lon wlenoe, are receptive with runaway to I I :IIrJZrpe..a: < for its *
protect against viruses)
strength on all airways and steps and by the bath tub nalntalntng and even tnprov for' going slow,
and commode? To give one more statistic there art 11 million case ing our/ present iltuatlon.! This On our own tide, labor Jot. Oakland Concrttt
ptlrninrn Is gchllt
Do you have for yourself or for visiting old people a of arthritis and rheumatism crippling and agonising, that based labor on costs the will expectation der eiders are growing restive again sponsor Brewing I IU $300,000 Co. Product Company : :

comfortable, soft, stable chair with sturdy arms? amon gibe people of this country. And your dime go to continue to rise faster tn the ment charges has lost that lU the fighting labor J Fishing Derby In 1964 Allen losttck end 1
other I
Do you have a light switch by the bed and flashlights help! fight this scourge. world than Industrial In this nations country of the Contract negotiations In cooperation Fresh Water with Flab the Commit-Game John Thomson 1

et all needed areas? So 'glvt your dime give them, U you can by the There "Is. however a sour note cat I!HI"industries. It It conceivable are scheduled and the Hoard\ of Conser. 'some Wlti T"WM
handfuL In i this chorus of that II
Do you know that older people should lit a moment eauon for expecting! opiimlim.labor costi The major breakthrough In
on the edge of the bed before rising: that they should to rise more rapidly abroad than oats would occur and

stand still an instant after coming to their feet to prevent QUINCY chronic here li that while we fare a spread M we through let this the happen economy. I i
,
accident from possible dizziness? ompetltore unemployment face labor our chief fat would be In the tI.... + r, ?

Do you know that a clean, orderly house, as fret CALENDAR OF EVENTSA employment. In other In words It It shortgei. tin.- then nation be political faced with leaders a r

at possible of things to trip over, make for the safest this country choice between abandoning

home for peopl tot all ages? Community Service by the commitment to a dollar .
.. "
good gold, and letting
Oadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 6278518CcIendar Floor Covering onwutlo economy go through I"I !
Moving With The Times (wringer, SEE us TODAY
1* based on Inlormatton reported by club Including/ formic. I

Since civilisation began one of the persistent problems leaetaries and program director a* oi the Friday preceding I' [Inlet linoleum rubber,

of mankind tai been how belt to move good, publication I Hurt orbCounter ? FOR THE

every conceivable kind of goods,' from one place to jOlt cJLlftJnmranc
Thursday, January 18- Canning Center, 8.5
another. The first breakthrough, to to speak came with Anonymous & Al-cmon Family Group :8 AICOhOIlC'1 Top 1L MONEYI
the invention of the wheel The early wheeled vehicles
Paul' Parish House; Florida State Employment Service Work *
seem primitive to u*, but they provided a mobility of
8 3, S. Roberts St.; Men' League Basketball: I YOU NEED
startling improvement Hydro Gas v*. Manning Taylor, 7 I\ Question: I read In the
p.m. Quincy High
We've come a long way from the hand-pushed cart All Types :the other day of a new type
School Gym; Shell Oiler v*. Craig Oil, 8:30: pm.. life Insurance
policy $25 $600UP
from the horse and buggy, from all the varied vehicle a to
Quincy High School Gym. Expert Installation sounds more like what I
earlier times. We live in an age in which movementby lor my family thin the

rail air, road, water is infinitely more efficient than Friday, January 17- Canning Center, 8 5; Quincy I I own already.. I know that 'v TO 24<< MONTHS TO REPAY

it ever was before We live, too, ha world which Woman'* Club, 11 am., Woman' Club House; Air ( tie been told and have read that I
SHE ER.BlITCH wrong to drop one
despite its cleavage hat shrunk vastly in terms o Fore Recruiter, 8 12 noon, Post Office replacement by t new policy one, i,I Gadsden County Loan Service
time and space. "JmltitrU ffy MY1'fit shouldn't I drop my policy I
Monday, January 20- Kiwanis Club, 1 Jefferson /QUKT/ROMW get this new U It
P.M. one, It
The movement of goods ha kept up with these enormous ) $ East
House Masonic lodge Gadsden Chapter No. 30R.A.M. for my family? !' Jefferson St. MAin 7-7161
changes. We see an outstanding example of it in Answer It la always best I
Tal-Mar.Qulq Council 23, 8 Masonic '
REA Express, in what might accurately be termed a new p.m.
Building; Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m.,
metamorphosis Not long ago there wa doubt that the
Railway Express Agency, which wa its long-ttm. former Court Room, Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203, r
7:30: p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop No. 148, 4 p.m,
name, would even survive. Then a major reorganisa Ford j
tion took place. Now the company hat built and instituteda First Presbyterian Church; Junior Boy Basketball: Wins Motor Trend's"Car
Celtic Lakers, 4:15 Warrior
whole revolutionary series of new services and techniques vs. : p.m.; vs. Hawks
5 Chamber oi Commerce .
p.m.; Breakfast, 7:01:
not only in this country, but throughout tht
7:58 Board Room.
whole Fret World which it serves to the advantage : a.m.,

of shipper everywhere. Tuesday, January 21- Life Underwriter, 12 noon, Kit

There I* another moral in this. Private enterprise, trell's Restaurant; Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club, of the Year"
confronted by difficulties! move with the times and the 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Quincy Elementary and! AwardJanuary -

need of the time, and adjust Itself to ever-changlng! High School P.T.A., 7:30 p.m., High School Auditorium

problem CUd conditions. This 1* one of it* basic ; Lions Club, 7 p.m., Klttrell's Restaurant

strengths.
Wednesday, January 22Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m,
8: Motor Trend magazine's "Car
of the Year"Award
Post Office; Jayctes 12 noon Klttrell's Restaurant;
A Form Of Servitude Exchange Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson Howe
floes to an engineering breakthrough honors all
Art some of this nation's major labor unions seekingto Thursday, January 23- Canning Center 8.5; Alcoholics

commit suicide? Anonymous and Al-arson Family Group, 8 p.m., St the '64s from Ford "For engineering advancement in the

This 1* not an idle question. s.. what Victor Rlesel Paul's Parish House; Florida State Employment Service

a writer of very wide experience In labor affair, ha to 8 3, S. Roberta St.; Men' League Basketball: concept of Total Performance, proven in open competition. t

ear in the Lo. Angeles Times: "There i* another rail Manning Taylor v*. Craig Oil, 7 p.m., Quincy High

crisis: highballing it down the main lines oi the land right Schoo,.Gym; Shell Oilers vs. Hydro Ga., 8:30: p.m.. 4

Into the White House. This time it U not a matter of Quincy High School Gym.
striking the railroad. Angry union chief know full well Here's what the Motor Trend
Friday, January 24- Canning Center, 8 5; Pilot Club,
that Congress and President Johnson won't permit themto Award to
1 p.m., Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter 9 12 means joy.,,
paralyse the railroads. noon, Post Office; Junior Boys Ba.kttbaUHawb The editor of tutor Trend< "So labor'* high command 1* ready to demand larfist general automotive '
v*. Celtic, 4:15 p.m.) Lakers vs. Warriors, 5 p.m. pal witeh t msttilne.
tha tth'lJoVlmm.nt take the country' 600 railroad away IWi but pwJbnaenee t. apes

from their private owners. This would be socialisation of I Monday, January 27- Klwanls Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson t Fords eumpef'ion win .. saw competitlon-modiM :
600-mile .
every stock
the railroads." House; Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social rj r tin hit year, uw Ford-built engines oar race end m

That attitude, of course, stems mainly from the rail Security Representative, 9:30: p.m., Court Room, an era at Indianapolis and weep the

way union' demand that the railroads continue, apparently Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30 p.m., Seoul p by lM sports Then car dmuts. !

forever, to hire workers, mainly firemen on diesel Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Falcons, Fairlann they drove and the Thunderbirds 1964 Fllrd.1 I

locomotives, for whom there isn't the slightest need. This Church; Junior Boys Basketball: Hawk vs._.Celtics._ ducovtred now the .lemons of oprn compe and
demand has been turned down by commission niter -- ----- Union have "helped breed Into them saw

commission, and in court actions which followed. It I. 1 kind ol loM,.,,/0IM e.* for thf open road.
h l for your kind of driving, And then
an attitude which defies rationalisation. There is no : I II made their award they

power to compare to that of government When government The "Car of/ the Year" Aurella'D Imprwwvt -

own and operate, it bosses, and no serious backtalk e tMtimonial, but sw furyourwlf-
or opposition allowable.. If the railroad were to- ] take the wheel' of a 84 from Ford. The.
+s., can speak for
dallied, the union and the worker would take what II 4f, of handling In Umturlves a supermarket with their parking MM

wo given, regardless of demands. Tht unions, whatever I "Jot theIr greater stability oa a rain.
the controversy, would no longer be dealing, on an equal ? slick blacktop.Before .

basis, with some 600 private enterprises. They would be I teet-drire you blot buy any new car this year
fnfofma
dealing with the ultimate power of the land and accepting : Sill'llt Super Torque Ford now is hundmle a Solid..

the decisions of that power. of pounds mart car than anythinf III its
Socialization Involve a form of servitude involuntary eld. Try America a only Mai pnformam*
servitude for all concerned. k v Y campa<<. the Falcon V-l, totally new
toady chupd. Or. any of the'M Cored
the lear from Ford!

What Your Dimes Can Buy I j'Li hY IWJ. ..aIM

I : I C..IIFORD
What I. more pitiful than a child born with some

crippling defect? What I. more worth while than a I .

cause whOle purpose 1 la to prevent and to find cure for HEIIO. .TELEPHONE COMPANY? I

the the 600 central kinds nervous oi environmental system and and skeletal hereditary structure defects which oi I ''Thank you for our new kitchen phone. I w..r.w t ere,'- t._r.._e.r.t.s..rs..tt..a1: err Teem"Cor et as red'-f lliell.,.......sesattwThat's
haven't had *n overheated bottle or cried for
are known to exist? i
These and their attention since we got It. "cause Mommy's
obvious
questions answers.moat are
pertinent now. For, during January, The National always tight here. That makes u'both happy
Are all daddy's as nice as (pate. Total Performance ,
Foundation March of Dime U conducting it* annual !

drive for funds. The organisation ls tttll concerned with

the polio problem which wa. the reason far Its creation.But .

now, due to the wonder of the vaccine, that problem '

hat been largely solved. So the emphasis ha been

shifted to bath defect and its overall philosophy U '
Inman- Johnson Motor
found in the telling phrase "Human Reecue." Company, Inc.

What do your dimes buy Th. list Is impreesivt. I
For one thing they help to pay for research and special bds Mt'". Quincy Telephone Co 118 West Jefferson St. Quincy Flat

treatment centers 70 In number, which are located incan Iced penentt .tert end Trte -W' ,- (!,.Iwcr--Ctt. loud
than 60 of the nation'* 65 medical schools some i I JOUr Lkrgs tot bee sad cPaww.r
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GADSDKN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1984 PAGE FIVS


I to vehicles on the street he U I nd more federal money and the Two of the larger ones areBtackwater the state The Atomic Energy OV DEFENSe PROFIT ,1M4 AND PEACESecretary
New Florida trying to enterIt and A CAPITOL Stat. Park In Santa Commission for Instance, owns Vice Adm Hyman G Rick ,
ear old budget up up of Stale Rusk
goes 90 the Federal Communications has called for chanm In predicts
I Rosa County 188013 acres and acres: over
is unlawful to iliac
stop .
hlle the public at large re- that 1964 will be "a
LETTER Wlthlacoochee State Forest in Commission 69 4 acres, defense contracting rules to period
In the
or park following places
I Traffic Laws 1 On a sidewalk 2. Within an nuns totally Indifferent :Citrus County 113,000 acres, and the Tennessee Valley Au- prevent what he terms excessive of probing for the potslblll-
Intersection. 3. On a crosswalk I can remember when we used By Jerry Mock The U S. Fish and Wildlife thority 1,896. profits by some big companies ties of peace"But

4, On a bridge S. In a highway o think a million dollars was Service owns "",013 acres of Florida I appears to be aboutIn Rusk expressed concern
Told By Patrol tunnel or street elevation 1 lot of money but nowadays Tallahassee Although Fiords land The state Game and FreshWater the middle in percentage ol In testimony I before a about the "vigorous. and hostile
of world revohllion"
8. Double park. '7. On any railroad nything less than a billow 's lands being gobbled up Fish Commission has two federally held land The largest House Appropriations subcommittee : promotion
Communist China He
large including Alaska, with I Rlckover said thai by
The Florida ; track loetn't headline it a rapid rate, one huge state game preserves stale. 3654816(10 present
;
Highway Patrol even rate a said the
Issue before the
When parking II permitted. andowner sometimes Is over- the WOOfl-acre J. W. Corbettpreserve acres Is 99 887 per rent federally contract procedures usually major
today gave a lln of traffic 1 f he situation has gotten siomplex world and
new the
vehicles must be parked with ooked the U. S. government in Palm Beach County owned The U S owns i end up to the advantage of the probably only
laws which became effective inthe that even the statUII and another .14 cent of little Connecticut ., contractor and the Governmentcan possible cause of major war Is
the wheels within 12 Inches of And In spite of the talk of 62,000 acre present only 2 per
sunshine slate January 1. Hans have quit telling how posed the "what
us
by question
the curb land disappearing, there The U S also owns I do little to redrew any
The new laws, most patted by ar a million dollars would spare kind of world community shall
It is unlawful to the 't plenty available. It is Just in A large owner of stale lands a large per cental of a numberof wrong
legislative open
any session In re- each If we laid them end to come out of this period of history
cent years. effect every motorist door of a vehicle into traffic, 'nd When we started dealingin Jie wrong spots The federal la the mllltar, which owns 714- large western states .hlchbrlnl' liLLlU ,"
and In tome Instances bicycle until safe to do so billions there wasn't lovernment, for Instance, owns gill acres of Florida. A majorityof the total percentage ol f TO T
enough of the landin state owned land to 33,936. The Commerce Departmenthas ----
II cent
tutrlght \8 per this la at Eglln Air ForceBase
rlden When parked along highwaysat left to end Most of the that
room lay em to end good things
Here Is the percentage of federal Issued conditional license
la of
the state This a total) In Northwest Florida
night, outside of city limits, While I come to Individuals In life
While the public In am willing to give haveto
general ownership of
1,327,000 acres of the siate'ltotal Ellin has allotted 400,000 acres, some surrounding > for sale of $40600000 of wheat
has been notified of parking lights must be turned 'resident Johnson an "E" for be paid for In some manner.
the
new 34.731,000 The federal for hunting purposes The Air states: Alabama 3 SIS,;;; to Russia but whether therewill ---- -'- -
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I laws through FliP traffic late on. ffort In hit program to reducrinnecessary Igures don't even Include re- Force alto owns Tyndtll All Georgia S 454; Louisiana 3 630,;;; be a deal remains to be
ty education lergeantt, law enforcement Safety chains are required on governmental exxnse ent scqulsltlons on Merrltt Island Force Base at Panama City and Mississippi 5002: and Texas
agencies ma:' secure all vehicles pulling trailers bj stop waste and get a In Brevard County) a lOBOno-arrw base at Avon 1628. seenThe licenses! were Issued to
1s coplei of the new laws by contacting a trailer hitch.It Jollars worth of value for ev- However nearly half the Park The Army own 75 acres I two unnamed American firms
the Department of Public Is unlawful to ride In a ry tax dollar spent, I'm not FALLOUT ON U. 8. CURlER described
'land owned by the U S. In of land and the Navy 82,363 al permits they provided -
il 1l Safety In Tallahassee house trailer being moved upon oo confident that he will make Florida Is In the Everglades The Navy has *, Radio-active fallout from I various conditions N
. Here'i the list: a public highway :ouch headway, The Idea doesn 14 million acres of It Two at Pentacola, Jacksonville and Russla'a 1961 nuclear tests I n I If the Soviet Union agrees to .r
.1c Leaving the Mere of an accident Passengers may not load Intc appeal, to Congress, the mllltar 'large U, S holdings Include Key W uL the atmosphere contaminated I these terms, then the two Unit. i
.1t a vehicle ao as to obstruct therlver' ir the bureaucrats, and so far the United Slates aircraft ed States .
(hit and run) involvingan Ocala National Forest In Marlon The U S. Army Corps of Engineers giant companies have permission
Injury or death la now a felony a view or interfere with hey bave always found a way County: 362,5811 acres: 'and Apilachloola owns 37,794 acres Tht1 carrier Enterprise, It waidisclosed. s to go through with the r
: and it convicted, provide I the vehicle.driving mechanism of th o ward off any effort to curb National Forest In Includes 26,000 acres at Lak. sale, a Commerce Department

for a year In the state penitentiary It Is unlawful to ride heir activities 'Mbertv and Leon Counties, Okeechobee and 11,161 at the, The radiation persisted fa spokesman said
or J3000: fine or both. upon l ll,180 acres. Jim Woodruff Reservoir atChattahoochee. t about a month but did not endanger I
:1 It li unlawful for the ownerto the top, fender hood bum pel It's about time somebody or- In contrast the state own. 47 the health of those 01 I Every Individual owes twit
knowingly permit an unlawful M runningboard driven of any vehicle street ganlied and promoted a "Mind- parka totaling 132,817 acres and Other government agencies I the 86,000 ton nuclear-powere being
on paved
operation of a vehicle upon a. our-Own-Buslness"_ week. 313091: acres of state forests own: smaller parcels of land In, carrier, one lifetime, .
Headlights must oe dimmed ,.
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the highway or any other person when approaching another vehicle -
employing directing the
or
from the rear within 300
driver to allow any operation feet

contrary to law. I Red or blue lights visible
It la unlawful to tear down or from directly In front of the
disregard a detour sign, or drive vehicle are unlawful
Il around a barricade and driveon
Pedestrian regulations outside
I a new Motion of road under
of municipalities Include:
construction until thrown
again
1. No person shall walk on
l open to traffic. ,
highway where sidewalks are
It it unlawful to tear down, available,

deface alter or remove any 2. Pedestrians will walk on
II traffic control device left shoulder facing traffic.
No person may display on or 3. Pedestrians will not standIn I 1
in view of a highway any unauthorized -
roadway for the purpose of,
I 1 alan, signal or device soliciting a ride, employmentor
I which Is an Imitation or resembles business, '

I device an, official trafficcontrol All pedestrians crossing the ,
, roadway not In a crosswalk
Pedestrian, bicycles, motorscooters shall yield right-of-way to vehicles
with five horse-power .
or less are prohibited on Interstate I
It I* unlawful to follow fire
and limited access high
truck on an emergency rail I
ways.. closer than 500 feet or drive I
The new speed limits on Interstate Into the block where the fire
highways are 40 MPH truck has stopped to answer to
I minimum with 70 MPH maxi he fire, or park within this
mum in the daytime and 65 at block FLOOR SAMPLES DEMONSTRATORS DISPLAY MODELS
night.
It Is unlawful to drive over
On four-lane highways slow-
any unprotected fire hOle ,
moving traffic must use right Bicycle regulations require
lane except when passing or riders to follow all applicable
preparing far a left turn traffic regulations and Include:
Its/ unlawful to drive to the 1. Must ride to the right side
left of the center line on four. of the road 2. Cannot carry

lane highways. more persons than that for
Turn signals shall not be which the bicycle was design
flashed as a courtesy "do par." ed. 3, The bicycle rider cannot
gesture to other vehicles approaching hold onto a moving vehicle.
from the rrar 4. Persons riding bicycles shall
Turn signals shall not be not ride more than two abreast
flashed on one side of a vehicle 5, Riders shall keep one hand
I panted on the shoulder of the upon the handlebars

highway No vehicle shall at any time
Left turns shall be mad. from be driven through a safety
a* near the center line at possible tone. I
and Into the left-hand Rn
lane lawfully available i
t ,
In making a left turn you t
TOO LATE
must yield the right-of-way to
any vehicle approaching from
the opposite direction so closeas TO CLASSIFY
to create a hazard.

The manner of obeying a stop By Russell KayI REFRIGERATORS WASHERSGC
sign or atop light: 1, Stop
shall be made before entering a like the way President I \
10 Cu. Ft. Family Refrigerator\ Dial
crosswalk 2. If no crosswalk Johnson has stressed the need i RANGES
l atop shall be made at a clearly I for a sharp reduction In expenses .1 I Defrost Brand New. Only $168 with 12 Lb. Filter Flo Fully Automatic ,

marked stop line, 3. If none,, and has trimmed budgetsIn : trade. Wash*!. Model WA504. $198. TELEVISION
the atop must be made before, sn effort to bring it about. I Ii GC :30" SpacemaVer Great Big

the entering driver the has Intersection a clear view where ol,, excessive The military budgets is and notorious alarming for 1 Big 2 Door 13 Cu. Ft Refrigerator- Oven oil calrod unit. Model J299. 2 Speed-2 Cycle 12 Lb. Filler Flo. I

approaching traffic. waste The proposed elimination I II I Freeter Automatic' defrost refrigerator $158. Model WA802. $210. General EWctrie new personal ....
The driver emerging from an I of freeter. Model
alley, driveway or building in, numerous unnecessarymilitary with zero degree obi, built In handle and ant.nneLWelqh.
a business or residential area posts makes plenty of TB304. $289 with trod.. Custom GE Automatic Wah,. Multiple
''sense when we consider the only 12 lb. $99.93.
must stop before driving onto a fact that we are still maintaining 1) Cu. Ft Frost Guard. No defrosting Full Slie 40" with storage drawer ) cycles, 2 speeds, S water temperatures
sidewalk sidewalk
or area, yield
the right-of-way to all pedestrians posts as taxpayers expense ever extra large deluxe. Brand removable oven door, Model 1400. minl-wash. automatically
that have no value from a military wash* fabric. W A 150. $260. 19" Cab
,_then_ yield rllht.oCwaymnlnt.i1 standpoint like some In new Refrigerate Model TC429. $188. any Big Screen portable, Ebony

the East that date back to the Only $558 with trade.SPECIAL. inet with built In antenna. $130.I
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roll .lu wagon trains and fight India nt. I automatic feature High Quality -
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waste Is not easy. Congressmen G. E. High Styled. Model '405. $258.
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: chambers of commerce and any Refrigerator
I other organizations
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h I give pretty It for up years In favor and be of will the national not ,


I hits club.him interest over the until head somebody with a I PRICED TO MOVE-OUT THEY GO! I I


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PAGE: SIX GAD4DEN! COUNTY TIMES. QUTNCY, TLOKIDA THURSDAY JANUARY 16, 1M4 --h__.


Garden Circle '! HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS I GARDENINGIN 'Pine HD Club Quincy luncheon Womans to be Club held Wedr.l'I.at the

I day. January 22 at 12:30: ,
Meets FridayThere 'WOMEN'S PAGE FLORIDABy Mr. and Mrs Morris Pete,

I I Has Meeling I in son Mslon were visitors recently with" relatives

were :30 member prel'ent I
at the Magnolia Garden CIrcle -' Hemy Sharpe, Editor Mr*. Robert Grave of 1 ,.

which met at the horn of Persona having Item of octal nature or urged to call I I: By Marjorie 5. Gregory, I Florida ArrleultaralExteulon The mel Pine al Hom.1:45: DemonatrathosClub p.m.. I,Beach t, to was bring here her for mother a Ihott., ",

the ardnon lrF"rid'qMneR "I Mrf. May S. Richardson at MAIn 7-3503 Home Demonstration. Agent S.n'u'ice.Afrnmtedl.awniahlkeacake| day, January 9 at the Thura'j Pearl Woodward, who had s.
HOME 11
DEMONSTRATION
11, a. MrPill wan nvhoitMii I: ._ -- I Mrs Alex McMillan visiting them In Vro

A' eweu del'Uona1-vat 1994 STUDIES programs for home demonstration I!iri'thTo have been exposed to O V. McPherson, Mr. and Mr*. R. H M i iIdson I"" .
liven by M.... J. M Taylor studies may get rid of the presiding have returned from, u
which was very Impressive Tr>esecretary 1st Presbyterian In books are outlined I cake Icing by melting It la your, Mn Henry Grady gave M to Miami. ?
j year which are now being I devotional on the New
Mn Henry Faulk, mouth But mouth to-lawn re--Inspiring
Mrs. George W
distributed Munror
read the minutes alter WhiCh, to clubs throughout uvcltatlon lint a practical Ufa- Year Mn McPherson welcomed : ', ,
Women Meet the county These yearbooks the following visitor to the returned from i trip. t< ,
Mrs Pelham Sullhan, trri ''IT saving practice since It might Orlean
er reported. She announced! contain the programs cause sand colic, club: Mn Cbwle. WcLendon,
At ChurchThe planned for study at dub meetings reviving Williams, !Mrs. JohnSnTpwMn Don forget the lunchei
that 280,71 had been placed on I I A better approach to i I''
.
deposit from the duplicate' Alan special meetings and1 a dying lawn Is to make like Gerald Little Mr. card game at the Qulncxan

bridge club which Mrs Doug. Women of the First Presbyterian many programs planned for the a dog with fleas scratch Ray Burke and Mn Robl'rtCulbert..n. '* Club Wednesday ,) _l
I public The books are sponsored of lawn Three new' memo at 12:30.:
lass Brooks had directed for the Church met at Fellowship Proper application a
Magnolia Circle since 1957 Appreciation Hall Monday at three thirty this pear by the Gadsden rake will remove the wtnter-l ben, Mn Billy Yon Peacock) M.... G. S. Fletcher of iuiir,
wan expressed by the for the regular Bible Study hoochee County Stale Bank of Chatta- killed leaves, clippings from last Mn Fred Hodges and Mrs O who la visiting her son Georn

members for the wonderful Job ('I.... taught by Miss Louise fall and other debris that prevent C. Larsen, were welcomed Inlo W Fletcher and family in .i.
)Ira. Brook had done, mostly Qunrterman. I Studies for the spring months green shoots from makinga I the club. Then were> thirteen lahassee. visited her niece <
alone on this project which had Following this class the in centered around food and rapid showing member present with Mr. J. B. Ball and family Mon '

kept the circle from having to eral meeting waa conducted len-I health Programs are: If the grass was tall when,'Mirtnrlc Gregory. Home Dem-total Mrs S. P. Robinson, me 'r
have rummage tales and cake he vice president, Mrs, E. January Food, Nutrition and frosted brown, you may remove onatrotlos Agent with pf Mrs William Davis of "
bake to end their fifty dollars Love In the absence of the HeslUj.Februarj. some dead "fodder with of 23 present Pleasant, returned by plane I
In annually to headquarters. president, Mrs a H. M Davdson '_ You are What You a lawnmower prior to raking ': Mn McPherson appointed the her home In Quanah, '/', .
Th. chairman brought a report The secretary, Mrs W tat Next give the grass some food, following committees: 1. Food, 'TuesdsyMr .
from the executive board If. Fort, read the minutes and March Fact about Food and water. The experts say to! Nutrition anfl Health- Mrs J. and Mrs Norman W. ;ti
meeting She said that the Therapy the treasurer, Mr*. i. W, Woodward Fats apply about a pound of actual R. LasU and Mr*, Ernest Bait 'have returned from vlt)' .
party at the State HospitalIn made a quarterly report AprilFoor for Entertaining nitrogen per 1000 square feet cy 'with their son -In .law 3
Chattahoochee would be held Circle chairmen then reported of starving (raw. This means 2. nothing- Ed Smith I daughter, Mr, and Mr*, p 'Ip
Feb. 27 with M.... J. Q. KellyIn followed by chairman of May- Taste Luncheons about 12Vi pound of an 848analysis !I and Mr*. Leon Weaver Morgan and sons Phil! an,' I' t
charge and told what each eomnrittee Mrs. Don May, I Fall studies center around fertilizer or M little as 3. 4HMr.. Ernest Bletenh ,of Sebrlng They also "d|
circle was t. furnish This Is World Mission Chairman announced management of the home. 3 pound of 33 'percent super-i 'another son.In.law and n
one of the main projects of the that plans had been Special meetings, workshops strength ammonium nitrate. 4. Home Industries" Mrt I er, Mr. and Mrs Joseph lbof
Garden Club each year and completed for a week of prayer and clinics are held throughout When in doubt about the M. .. Register, Mn Rex Turn- Miami
brings much happiness to the and self denial In Febniary the year on various needs ofhomemake. strength of the fertilizer, apply' age, and Mn Ernest Bletenholt
patients.. She alan said that Arbor Mrs. Lanier Richardson reported .... Some are listed small amounts so you wont S. Home Ground Mrs. Ho- .
Day observance would take tr' that Miss Ollnette Everard. below ilnge-Uie grass with caustic fertilizer ward Dean and Mrs. John Cro-
place at George Munroe School + who doe mission work In Mex- January 22- Council meet- To prevent burns be ley
Friday January 17 with Mn Ice talked to her Sunday lag study on goals of I club sure to sprinkle the grass alter I 8. Horn Furnishings. Mr*. '
Carl Rude and her class In School class, the adults, while and council Farm Bureau feeding It. Ample water and Alex McMillan and Mrs. Henry
:tbarge, here and a* publicity chairman Building, 10.30 am warn weather an Important In Grady. I
A general program with a good reported that activities of WOC February U- Medical Self greening up winter weary 1 7. Recreation and Family
speaker, to be announced later, were published weekly Help Classes begin la\','ns. according to turf specialist -I Ufe- Mrs Vn Godwin and'
will he held at the Garden Ceo .. Mr. Tod Bell Special Flow.er Center, Quincy, 2 pm. Cannln'j with, the Florida Agricultural .!Mr. G. C Larsen
tr In March Mr*. Douglass ) Committee reported that two Krtjruary 25- Charm Extension Service I 8. Civil Defense and Safety-'
Brooks Is program chairman, handsome plants had been purchased March 18Laundry Clinic Some folks like to crew-cut i Mrs George! CulberUon and
Mn. Richardson annnuncd that for the Sanctuary and Suber and Johnson show 1'0011I.//their lawn by shaving off the'Mrs Charles Kinard. :
the Spring Flower Show would that the old one were being May 5- Cook book taste dead debris of the big freeie 0. Visitation Mn u. C.
be an event of April IS with l revived In Fount May private luncheon. But, remember that scalping II Larsen and Mn Van Godwin'
all members cooperating, head nursery to be used in Fellow. Other special Interest groups for the Indians or the professionals Mrs Gregory gave out the''
.ed hy: i 'n Jeff Davis. ship Halt will be held In each club and so scalp with reservation new yearbook to member and
:tin Brooks announced that Y ... The meeting was closed with others announced later, or you might return your everyone filled In th. necessary I'

ttajwood trees were for sale by --- .. ---. .. -"-' prayer Hume demonstration groups ;lot to a sand bed. If you have Information The yearbooks 4-H Club
:tin Garden Club with the hopes welcome visitors and all by the
countywide ,already made this mistake then this year were paid
'tnat everyone would plant tevrl Mrs. Leroy Edwin Harrli in WSCS Circles meetings are open to the I consider planting a new lawn Gadsden County State Bank in News View
.:" She took orders for 33 public If Interested In any tbatlahoochee I
trees from the Magnolia Circle (Photo by Photo Studio & Flower Shop) suggested, call your home demonstration If you want gladioli for Easter Mrs McPherson announced GREENSBORO: SENIOR

Have MeetingsCircle office for more details I or Mother Day plant them that Pine Club would be hottest 4 I 1.11 NEWS
Th* chairman caller on the Cause Becomes Bride Phone 627-6442 :bv the last of this month Plantgroups to the Council meeting on The meeting was called to order .

co-chairman, Mrs Fisher Wll. Margelyn One met with Mr. week5: from of c .auen 1? two I I January 22 at 10:30: a m. at the at 2 p,m. by Floyd Suber,
liar a, for a report rr ary sugestlons Ralph Perkins as hostess Mon now warm Farm Bureau Building A covered I
roll
The
Jr was called and
( Of L. E. Harris III January 2 i lay at 830 am. with Mrs. A. EpiscopalChurch ;the weather flowering and you'll season spread of out the dish luncheon will be minutes read by Ronald Tolur
Mrs Cary Everett, who had D Saip, chairman presiding served She appointed the following rhere were 22 members
blossoms. Be sure to treat the present
been 111, welcomed back
was sirs. E Nafh Phllpot gave the committee to be In Thomas Gould
and a card signed by each or'I Miss Ettl Maigelvn I Gain of esson and the devotional. There Holes! :\corms' diseases before planting Treat corms to preent by- ,charge: III.... J. K Ladle, Mrs ,devotional and then we gave saw Jit i

the 20 present to be sent Mrs ulr,"y. became the bride of Garden Club were 8 members present. shaking them In bag Rrx Turnaea and Mn Ernest!film on training beef cattle
May Dunnaway, who I. 111, InMemplJs III of Circle Two met with Miss a paper
Edwin lUrrls Bailey
: Leroy from St Paula containing Spergon I U e talked about the safe sag
Tenn Greensboro, Thursday, January Board Meets Pearl Nicholson aa hosteu at Mrs. Gregory announced thata 10t Insecticides and other
The planting schedule also In- possum
The program chairman Mr. Oam. Monday with Mn J. BIlgdun be held
: 2, at seven o clock. Lart night taw the completion eludes roses. When planted In Charm School would In the home
Fred Klbllka Introduced Mrs
I The eddlng took place In the chairman presiding of the Annual Meeting of the January rosebushes will not February 25 and a Laundry Ronnie Sadler
wbj. Intereitlng The executive' board of the ,
I Henry Faulk gave an Jefferson Boom of the The devotional and lesson wer.given Congregation. The meeting was ClInic on March 18 at 10.30 a,mat .
Thomas reporterGREEI1SBOao
sprout generally, until after
I talk oo Gardens of the Jefferson House, Qulncy with Qulncy Garden Club met Tuea.day [ by Mrs. C. D. Johnson adjourned .. die at 9 30 p.mAs frost dangers are past Water Saber" Johnson showroom
Bible I night at the home of the [ .
There were seven member and Mrs. Gregory an Interesting
I It usual Women of theChurch gave
the Reverend Mr. Chester roses at least once per week IIr.lnf.U JUNIOR
The hostesses served coffee president MIa Evelyn McDonald adt't
one new member present The 1 "Food Nutrition .
themselves program on 4 H NEWS
Pert of Msrlanna officiating .. short. Keep a close
with chicken salad aandwlchei Mrs Lanier Richardson
frappe member I Mr Watkins ,-
new May and Health" She
simulated In the of extraordinarily gave The
For the ceremony a production an check for a disease called meeting opl'lIedllJlh
fruit cake, pound cake opened with a New Year devotional .
and cookies altar was formed by a prayer after which she read the Circle Three met with II.... fine covered dish "black spot" At the first sign,food charts to each member Bible reading by Allen all,
Gorgeous camellias, which bench covered with white satin minute of the last meeting, C W Thomas Jr. at 4 meal I enjoyed the ham, the of circular lesions on the rose --- and then we said the pledge 10
by Mr. and Mrs draping held by clusters of p.m., chicken, the oysters. the meatloaf leaves spray the plants with a the American and 4-11 digs.
were grown Monday with Mrs A. B. Black. NominationBlank
Mrs. Graham
The treasurer
Thomas Moaley and \Mrs Everett while fuJI mums. The prayer the squash, the sausage, mixture of I ounce of Captan, The club elected a new reportMr -
Munroe and her mother, Mrs bench was backed by fern trees McKeown, made her report preceding turn, chairman presiding Mrs. the garden salad, the cherry I,plus a few drops of a welting .r.
E. B the devotion.I
J. A. McCormac were at point and an arch of candles, flanked circle chairmen reports Embry gave gelatine salad the green beans, agent In 4 gallons of water ', Clark showed the <.H
land Mrs Lou Nicholson
Mn R. D. Woodward
Jr. reported gave
of Interest and proved to be on each side by brass urns con. 18 the plzzaburgers ,the biscuit, Other flower plantings niggestions jackets and oilier thing/ I M
the lesson There
for the Circle were members -
conversation pieces. taming whit fuJI muma. Whit Amarylls the cherry pie ,and the glaied Include alyssum, baby 4Hers may buy The club
1964 DlstlnfuUhed
said had Jaycee
She attendance I
wedding bells Interspersed with they good present.Circle cake Unfortunately'. I felt obliged breath, calendula candytuft passed out booklets about per.
Four met with Mrs. J. Service Award
satin marked the family scats splendid programs and. to eat light as I had to carnation, clarkla. cornflower' I sonallly development, and ilso
Mrs. Corry Reviews In several L Belts hosteu It 3 30
1'h. bride I* the daughter of were. emitting Mrs. Lanler RrhardlOn.chatnn.n proj.ecU. ) with Mrs.as M B. Bate p.m.Jr., preside at the business session forget-me, galllardla, larkspur :Name of Nominee .......................1 bookie about the cafe II,. It|
Book At Club Meet Mr. and Mrs James Preston of the chairman presiding The devotional which followed the meat, or I lobelia nemophlle. Queen .1I I Insecticide and poison in he
CHUM, Jr.. of Marlanna and the Magnolia Circle might have eaten ai well ai Ann'I lace seablota, sweet peas, borne

the Mrs book Robert Arthur"Court O Carry Conner Room reviewed Warrior"by at the giand Lamb daughter of Lhaliahoorhee of James,Wallet eluding at the reported December Ihl'tlllIII that there meeting lra. were at the 1 23.,.\dna Willis gave and was Miss given the Marguerite lesson by Mrs. There L.Hen.... some some of people the others.think of No the wonder Episcopal -can and sweet be planted William are Bulbs srnaryUls.ealadlum that. I Dat.ofBirth.' :::,,::::::=::::::::::I Mr Clark beef showed atUe/ file mm meetIng t. *utUalnlng .


Tuesday Stu ly Club, which meat The bridegroom's parents are home of Mrs R. I). lirlnkley I were. 12 preicnt. _. Church as being a sort of cUla jellow a r. Psdtlreae ". ._.__....._.... was adjourned by feiaven
fat cat fraternity! But estlni nunculul and tuberoses
Lama
the horn of Mrs Mr. and Mn Leroy Edwin Harris lout at 3.30
that the was excellent Circle Five met with Mrs p.m
!! Munroe hr. Seasonal flower Jr., of Greensboro and that program the hostess gave aregular Sam Illgdnn as hostess at 3 30 was not all we did Following ito Vegetable gardeners may like j City ,...,..........................................1 Jeff Suber,
and fruit were at Inleren I /the precedent of many years' seed broccoli, cabbage, Chinete -
points Wedding music was by Mr* Christmas party for thl'l pm Monday with Mrs R B. and the rule of common sense, cabbage, head lettuce leaf i Slat ...... ... ....... ...._...... .. .........I reporterGirl
Lytrctle Thomas and Mn Chester member The Daffodil Lester chairman presiding The
Preceding he book review, H. Pelt both of Mvlanaa Cherokee reported Interesting' devotional and lesson were given .Treasurer Mr Jack D. Vrlete was named Irish lettuce onions and, garden peas during ,!Sponsor : : : : : : -
of the potatoes spinach
Parish H al-
there short bunlness iesIon -
was I Given In marriage by her programs, Mr. Fred Norrlhaul, by Mn Fred Klbllka There (Name and address of personor
the monthWomen's .
to
and refreshmenl ways manage pull out
were
father, the bride wore floor- Jr. and Mrs lamar Smith reporting were 8 mrmben pre ent. ,of the hat like money organization submitting nom
erved some magicians
length gown of French chantllly Mrs. George Smltherman Circle Six met In the church bunnies (nation)
pull
and
else
lace, Its houffance dramatised reported that the Hlblarui parlor, with Mr. Frank Cham. nobody Committee Submit details on a separate
Mrs. Sam McMillan by a scalloped hemline The Circle was having good attend berlaln and Mr. K. W, Kittle icems for to have legerdemain Otis unique In due capacity Planning LuncheonThe sheet bearing In mind that
dens featured sore and programs. as eo-hostesse with Mrs. Everett judging will be -
Hostess At Bridge pearlencrusted course, and by due on following .. -
Mrs Sam McMillan was hostess basque bodice enhanced by'! Plans for the Therapy party, Morrow, chairman presiding: M...-.. Ben Bostlck Kenneth process A.' finance committee of theQullll'Y points: contributions to com
calls sleeves and There were 13 members and t Womans Club Is muntty tom state
to her bridge club esterday lily terminated' I an annual event at the state MacGowan, Albert Dixon, and sponsoring wella. and
afternoon Seasonal dceoiatlon by two I lace.formesl cabbage Hospital. were discussed Mrs visitors present The lesson wall Edwin B. Emory were named a luncheon and card party ,betterment; participation In all,
were In the living and dining roses In the bark Her fingertip J. Q. Kelly has charge of this lIven by Mn S. M Strom andthe i a* Delegates to the Annual Wednesday, January: 22 at'round community tom state) actlvltles "' .
veil was a hand-embroider as she did laH year. The date devotional by Mrs J. A. Council of the Diocese at the club I botiM. Lunch wilt I be I and civic enterprises;'
rooms '
Preceding the the ho- ed Spanish lace mantilla, set la Fb 27. ,SnrlU Church of the Good the served at 12'30 and the game'evidence of lasting contribution
game Shepherd
teas served a dessert with coffee bride carried two dozen Th'l April 10th Is the scheduled Circle Seven met with Mrs! In Jacksonville January 28, 29, of your choice played afterward .,to community (or state "1'1.
stem pink rose caught date for she Spring Flower Charles Ovens is hostess at 10am 3D The Rector and CoL Wm Door prizes will be awarded .,fare: evidence of leadership
_. pink ribbon and fashioned Into' Show and the general meeting Tuesday, with Mr*. J. F. M: Robinson win be I In attendance ability evidence of personaland Scout
a presentation bouquet will be an event of March \tr. Johnson chairman presiding in their established For reservations call Miss business progress, coopers,
Mrs J. C. Sechrest gave the capac; Sara May Love or Mrt May S' lion with Individuals tad civic
Douglass Brooks ties NewsThe
the
Mrs Jaik Galloway of Malone program Colonel. Registrar
BULLDOZER devotional and Mn W. L. Mon Rlch.rdlon.fond.y ls the deadline ornnltatlons.

served as toe bikUs only attendant chili man. is making plans for and HUtorlographer of the Diocese I
.
the lesson. There ,
thin tane j'ave for reservation Rell'". lint three references for nom'
She wore a street- meeting. the Rector ai of the Clergy cookie Isle the man
tea w.
were preient lions are being mads by clubs, inee
WORK length dies cot pink crepe with It wa announced that dogwood Circle Eight met with Mr, The rest of the meeting parties, single tables or individual topic at the regular meeting of

a d"ml-brl1 shaped skirt She trees were being sold and Howard Boylan .. hostess ft 10 was given over denr enu- !. Name ....__.._..__....??.?..??... Girl Scout Troop 107.
carried a crescent bouquat of It Is hoped that aa many Qulncy a m Tuesday, with Mrs. Ra.oh lion of the the receiving Opening service was by M
while mum. people as can wit buy them and Porter chairman presldlrg!!, of report The reporta: Mrs. Address ....._..??_?._..... bird llrol. We alan talked
James J. Love Is
Mr Harris chose as his best set out on their lots or elsewhere I showed t general pattern of
; to let
Mrs Howard the1 about badges and how
Boylan gave ..... ....
.....
slow' but ... ..__._.
man Donald Clark of Circensbora to add to the beauty of devotional the lesson There I constructive progress Hostess At Bridge u. them We had a closing service

Groom men were Joel the city, were nine member and I visitor the In the most of the programs of Name ..._u.._........_.".......... and sang "Taps"
LAND (Child and Arms of Church The b xlgrt Mrt James J. Love
Kelley An Arbor Day observance will present as presented was hostess Lee Hurst, Scribe
Hartford Alabama be tomorrow, January 17 at 2 --- demonstrated that the to her Thursday afternoon Address .._._...u.._._.. .. Girl Scout Troop 107
A reception followed the dlaastroui year economically we bridge club at her home Sea.aonai -_- .
at .
CLEARINGPHONE wedding In the Martha Washington pm with Mrs Genrge Carl Munroe Rud. and School her Book Club In have just gone through In this flowers. and fruit were at ................_......._.....u.._.. k ,

House room at the Jefferson class In charge Two magnolia county life of was the not Parish reflected In the:points of interest I[Name _......_...__................... .. To My Friendssad
trees will be planted] First 64 Meeting The past I Preceding the game refresh'
The bride U employed aa asocial poring the social hour the year was our finest to date, and menta were served Address ..__.'
worker with the Florida hniteis we can expect as good a one
served an assortment of I = CustomersAS
Slate Department The Book Club held Its first,this year If not better. The I
of Public cake, randy and coffee Havana Club Meets
Welfare The bridegroom la meeting of the new year at the congregation b to b. commend ::: UIPitt's
an = or MONO AT. MM.
CECIL A. BEANE electrical contractor, The couple Garden Center Jefferson House with Mn ed on Its excellent growth In With Mrs. RoutonMrs. Signed .... ......... ,
will reside at 723 W, WashIngton Scene Florence Myers as hoates on stewardship, though we still I Nominator : Beauty Shop
Street Of Thursday evening Jan t at have a good to T H. Rauton WM hostess
MAIn 76039Gadiden QulncyMrs. Duplicate Bridge way go as _. ....
--- 74: : pm who doe n'l' Gertrude Be- to her Havana Bridge Club yesterday .n. -.. IS AGAIN AT TilE
Woodward Is ; There were aix lib 1.1 of pl.,.. Mn Norman F Fain V. reviewed harm. that feminine fireball of afternoon at her home Address SAME LOCATION -
u era .1 she Friday nl"ht D"I'IIi. My Darling Clemen converted Christianity, Is bark Camellias and greenery were In GaU'iSBOIO.QtISCY:
Hostess At Bridge !cola- Bridge. game' at-the-Oar- tine" the rtorv of Lady Church In the area again She speaks the party rooms Preceding the

County I, Mrs. Howard Woodward en. den Center ill. by Jack Flahman (this week, Wednesday and game the hostess served an attractive HIGHWAY
Insurance Center terlalned her bridge club Wed As Is Uie ru tom each month This book deals with the Thursday nights at Chr* i party plateMrs. PerJonal Johnnie D. Pitts
1121 West Jefferson I newtay afternoon Season flowers .,a birthday rake wa served with love story and marriage of Win. Church Valdiwta. Georgia I Douglass Brocks Is the I
and fruit were at Interest cnffn In honor of the players iton Churchill and the former am sure hat no one who heard other Qulncy resident who Is
I:point preceding the game she!who have a birthday In January Clementine Hosier, who was his her last year In QuIncy has for- a member of this club Mrs R. r Godard returned
nerved They were Mrs fisher Williams bride in 18 and who through gotten her Her to
PATTHOMAS a dessert with coffee I somewhat salty Ok-echobee on Tuesday of
Mrs Frank Morgan Jr wai hll/hi Mrs Perry Woodward, C. E the long. tumultuous yean of diction and her slightly grsv- Birth Announcement last week having come here for Mason MusicCOMPANY
Robinson Jim Mahoner and his political career a* memberof ally voice make for the
INSURANCE. INC.o i score winner and Mrs Dan I aa earthy dedication services at the
,Shelter. low scorer, Mrs Edwin Andrews Parliament and Prim Minister presentation of the Gospel that Mr. and Mn Sammy Gray new sanctuary of the First Bap.

I M.... J, E Gilbert was a ipeclal -t' Winners wire Dr and Mn of Lniland. has been lila. one ran hardly forget More announce the birth of a son. list Church on Jan S. While 14 E. WashtoTlon Street
guest playing with the club Wesley hider, first Ilrl.V, P. tnaplratlon and helper, protector power to )you Gospel Gertie born January IMA! at Gid ------ -- Neil and Col Dexter Lowery. and mentor He give her Come and se us when you t.nl! County Hospital H* bal been her brother H. J. Davts and Band Instruments
Tally Club Meets ttf'eond.tra.. Hugh Taylor and full credit and .said "M.)' moatbrIlliant aimed John Jefferson and ,family, but her anaaj trie.id
Mrs Robert Olive third and achievement WM my weighed six pound and seven and relative
With Mrs. Munroe David Cheshire wd. Bobble ability to persuade my wife to Mrs Frank Whittle aoent the ounce. I her visit with them enjoyed having and Accessories

Mrs Ijmir Munroe. Jr was Slnoft, fourth marry me This book I* well weekend at Panacea fishing The maternal grandmother 11Mr Mrs. J. D Warner
hastens la tine Tally Bridge Club worth reading for It* pictureof Dune target the eard luncheoi *. J. J, Rowan and the t pa-'i' relative In b visiting Home Ph.: MA 7-6705
On. Stop Means at her holon King Street Bridge Club Meets an era lust pa-ed. but stilt at the Woman Club Wednes ternal gnndparents are Mr, and1!:I and La c"r.Spartanburg S. c. 6. C
edneoday Camellias and fruitwere within our memory, and the day. Jan 22 at 11 JO o'clock.1 Mrs. E. T Gray all of Qulncy. Call Miss Sara fleer M.... Tee, Wed ID
Complete Service effectively' arianged In the,With Mrs. Joe Suber. Jr. career ol this turbulent and vponaevii by the finance committee The couple baa another son,']Mrs. Kuy Richardson May for Love or 4 U g pan. AU Day S"asaasasaa
brilliant man I Is reviewed] In a Bert wrists to 20 reset
'party rooms. .! months old. :I.vatlons for the bridle
I Sirs Joe Jr. hostess or game
DIAL 627.7151 Saber was man 88""lYIIInel" me '
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served the 1} plajer tewe Wednesday afternoon -picture drawn ol isis aeautiiul 'r tjjj' "as'saaaaaaaaaaaaaI" .1
QUINCY ', Mrs Charles Gray you WI.I bridle club at her home and spiritual wife makes .s appreciate NEED A GOOD PLUMBERIN
I' oa Hllhland. Rose and .._I. more Ue tsrlucnre that ,
!score winner on this '..
Has wire at Dolnta of Interest.Mrs. a wit has on liar h.ubud'a A BIG HURRY MERRILL'SJanuary

Kenneth Maxwell a career, A REASONABLE COST
guest, won high score and was, The hostess &PI'I'" pi* and
PITTS'BEAUTY awarded a trivet Ho'der of coffee
low, Mrs. S. M ;Strom. received The February lI.retin11 -0- :I
s lunelty be held at th* hem at Mia ClearanceALL
SHOP AI conclusion ot thiee progressions UargwarlM Hendrtt and Vn. or want to contract

Special Thru the host*** served a W C. Xhoades will rM w the a big or little. Job? FALL AND 'WINTER
@ January hued wlUi coffee. I bok.
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list of objective! He said details -
Scott Kelly of hit plans along these Fire Report ,,tr

lines and his position on several .... ..
4C..tta..d Mr r... 0..1 Ir. fn Case 0.
other Imp. -'ant Issues will

across the nation that Florida be made public I oon.Kelly ways or in the woods by hunt-
needs and welcomes new pay is a former Mayor of era and motorists.
rolls. I will follow this notice Lakeland and Is serving his i Clmpft.A fire that was
with personal visits and pree- second term In the Florida Senate started for cooking, heating, or
entatlont to representatives of providing light or warmth and
Interested industries," Kelly Kelly was born on a farm that spreads sufficiently from
sld. He said he wit) work for near Madison, and reared In Its source lo require action bv afire
Quincy where his father
was control agency
the
expansion of
agriculture and
tourism but that the state also engaged In farming. He was anactive Ushtnlng firesS A fire
needs new payrolls. young lflorAmtrIF"I rausrd directly or Indirectly by
ture F lightning These fires of which
"The combination of greater moved to Lakeland after attending we have no control can cause
fiscal responsibility In state the University of Florida considerable damage to forest
government and the attraction on a football scholarship.He acres and homes.Incendiary .
of new payrolls Is the only entered the general contracting Fires9 Then ; wJ
formula that will make It possible business in 1050 and In are the worst ones to handle l
for Florida to keep pace 1951 became the youngest Realtor Usually there Is more than one =--
with the growth we are going to in the United States st the set These fires are caused by C- HOWy; center, of St. Petersburg, unannounced
experience the! prosperity we air of 23. people who burn the woods for Republican gubernatorial candidate, Is shown shaking
deserve and the services lie was elected to the Lakeland
we personal gain, to conceal a
Robert F. 'Bob- I
hands with his ,
must perform. City Commission at the crime or set by mentally affllcteci area campaign manager
"In order to maintain and age of 25 and two years later 'l' persons who are not responsible by" Munroe, of Quincy At the left II Andrew H. Smith,
Improve Florida's served as Mayor of Lakeland Dan Martin Photo.P. .
prosperity In *' for their actions, or also of Qulncy._
this day and the youngest in the nation at the
age of the popu by Immature persons, usually
lation explosion, the business lie of 27.Kelly ti'd small children pitying with
R. Lewis, 839-8431 or 3394M3 -
practices and received the! Lakeland Wife Preserver
principles In matches
Lewis
Havana Ranger
which I believe Jaycee Outstanding Man of the I -
so strongly Ranger Burns would takes are of the area beUeen
County w
must be Year Award in 1954 In 1957 :
applied to the increas ;
In River the Leon County
like to thank all the people Little and
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log cost of government and was selected one of Florida'sOutstanding for being careful line
the
county
the attraction of Young Men and received
Kelly continued. new payrolls I the Florida Jaycee Good with fires, advising the Florida Jack Folds, iun.2174, That'
Government Forest Service of any control tahoorhe or 8.M1-32U, Orel-
Emphasizing that he Is Award In 1962. -In .
a wild fires Ranger Folds lakes rare
na -
burning, reporting
strong terprlae believer In the free en-' the 1962 "Ten he was nominated for PERFECT ATTENDANCE = lions. Club President John Snlpei (right) Is shown promptly, which has helped to of the area between Mt Pleasant

will seek system abolition, Kelly of said the re-he Men of America"Outstanding Award.He .Young I presenting Lee Pruette left) and John McAfee 5 and 10 year 100 percent attendance I,cut fires down and keep Gads- and the Apslachlcnla River I
Any of the above mentioned
tall price fixing powers f the 1 was elected to the Florida pins at the last regular meeting January 7. Photo by Martin's Studio _-_. 'den Requests County green for any fire line men will be glad to serve you
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Florida Milk Commission and, Senate In 1956 at the age of 28 plowing or assistance In control at any time.
II governor, will consider for over three opponents without s in the 1961 Legislature. burning can be received by contacting The total rainfall for the r4eR '
million appointment to the Milk Com- runoff. He was re-elected in lie as chairman of the Legislative !Smoking -'IIWEY the Ranger In your area. county for the year IMS was T* lit** itttfliM llttrars In place
"only those who will 1960 by the largest number of Investigating Committee .. G: Wayne Fallls, R30-821I, Groins 71 (2. This was compiled from In sn.n.avmeM,fhsl half 811 tla
take s public stand against re- votes ever received In the Democratic for the ,('..tlaa.d frra .*. 0 1 taken at Quincy,
tall which was responsible I tttf-- 1 Ranger Fallls takes rare readings << I nntolnw wild Mmli stuns p.aa.1Irate
Kelly price said fixing Primaries In Polk. Coun Investigation of the State Road son House said he smoked a I l'( of the area between Little River Roaedale, and Havana Fire Hill stay firmly In sloe*.
re-orln\uUnn ty's history.
of recommendations
and
Department and Mt. Pleasant. lowers.
the State of a day and
cigarettes
Road pack I
< Department and In 1D61 Kelly received the for its re-organltatlon. He I "I I ;
promotion of three or four cigars. may ,
i system of education Legislative Achievement Council was also chairman of the Senate but If 1111
someday,
which can achieve ex. Award for Committee and is still s give up smoking I
performing the Road
Blilnf! wmbe right now I'm not In the right It's been over a week now
"high
on my most effective committee work member, In 1963 he was appointed
frame of mind"Joaephine and has asked me what
nobody
r----- -- -- chairman of the SenlltCIJ'ul FIRST FINANCIAL DECISION
Committee and Chairman Rawls said, "No I thought of the President's t
I'm not going to quit smokingcigarettes. Slate of the Union (AFKIO-

(lowest Price On Nylon Safety Committee Law Reform.of the Legislative on He Judiciary his also Council served and In FletcherOntey." Vie Ca.v USA-LBJl Well I'd. speech say the, Union cm

as chairman of the Senate ley said he was trying. James be compared not too unfjvor- -7:'
Committee on Natural Resources. Williams said, "No, Don't smoke sbly with the slate of the Con .
much anyway" federacy.
BRAND NEWWEARWELL | Kelly presently serves on the Jimmy Mahaffey remarked And about the administration'swar
(following committees: Agriculture that he probably will rut down against poverty and big unemployment -
Oil and National Resources 1 Here at the Times Office lial some progress his
C : Banking, Cities and Towns, Thompson started smoking been made. Will hespend
Education-Public Schools and cough cough a pipe lie said As to poverty, there were unconfirmed -
I Junior Colleges, Insurance, Public I he still was going to smoke a reports that two or v
'- Rugged, Dependable Health, Public Roads and 'few cigarettes a day though. throe families still have to let it
;. Factory-Freih I Highways and Rules and Cal I' It was surprising how many long with one car. -- ;=
\ endar. people there are who don'lImoke The poverty war la actually I
Davis Tires!
Nylon I Hi is married to the former For Instance, in ConerJy second front. And with LBJ orsave
Marjorie May of Quincy and Bootery Susie Johnson and oln.; all out to end poverty and
.70511 slada l Tabs Type they have three children, Pat, Mary llolman shook their heads the IRS against wealth r e
14; Mike, 11 and Sheri 10. md said they didn't smoke. Well, the prospects are good ) it?
A sister and brother of the Gloria and Jack Richardson, that we'll all end up either Idle
7"0.14 sleek. Senator live In Qulncy They who were eating at KlllreU's rich or penniless bums too lacy
Tubeless 11.88 I are Mrs. Harold Bevls and J. Q. said they didn't smoke to work,
i T.SOnU WhltaTubeless Kelly. Jeff Hancock at Wilson's IGA As for the 189,993,8831 unemployment
o 000 I _...-:.- Store said he quit about ten the only progresswas r
ouoooooo f,,, 13.88 years ago. And there were to add to the Jobless roll
Lions Club Pins many, many others who have one more When Santa Claus
never smoked or have given up heard the president's speech he .

$988o i (C..tli .r4 Ir._ .... O... smoking-entirely- knew he what had been comes rolled.That'a from. writIng '' How he handles those

'MwM. .. students through the assistance s speech on a Texas ranch first dollars from
_Ia l. of Mrs. Sue Woodbery. 1 Cagers Win from longhorn cattle to loud a paper
"" "Lions believe and work for horn prattle determine how he faces fate
... .. rout more
o0oooooaoo any program or project" for community cr..tl. flew Pate O ) And you can believe that may

100# Nylon. T-rib Snipes. betterment, stated It Chlpley Saturday by a 70- economizing some vacant desks bit when In the you Pentagon see ful decisions In the years ahead.

tread design. FREE I The club raises money for 55 In net-bark.the Pensacola! tilt Quincy Excuse me, podner _
mounting! Davit tires the projects by selling brooms trailed mont of the game, but empty saddles In the old corral A good way to teach.'OlU" youngster the
Chosen 40 million and mops beginning In April. rallied In the closing moments ---- *
Brooms and mope are available value of consistent saving Is with a real bank
times by motorists! to deal the contest from Tech. .... I
and
twelve months of the ;
year
The Falcons had s three point 16.4iv t-
may 627-7818.be obtained by calling lead with 1'41 remaining, but ..:::-- 7lavinga account.

I-AI community service, we field goals by George McCall ... 1,; *
a \ ,
frnL of the Lions Club, ask that all and Walter Dover put Quincy : a' We'll gladly help him open one. Further N
Me-
lout In front by one point.
stm1 f'I of workers Quincy for, Florida the United Inc., Fund corn. Call then put the game on Ice. r, we will follow his progress. through the
Inking two free throws with 16 III.B,.,.

ASSOCIATE he***' semi 'plete report your Snipes work said.and make asecond.I bucket. In on the the last clock.6 A seconds Tech My Rod shall supply every years. with a great deal of interest.

need of according to his
( yours
1 EAST JEFFERSON STREET II Service to youth Is ss fine a I wasn't enough.Tensacola'a James Arnold hit riches glory In Chrlut Jee.....

contribution as any adults car I, the nets for 21, while Gale Cole -Phil. 4M9)) CITIZENS BANK
mike to the Improvement oljGadsden
QUINCY FLORIDA man tallied IS. Sometimes It Is difficult to

-I --- County.-- _. -- ketball Chlpley game won of their the season first bis-in see how the Lord will provide AND TRUST COMPANY
tripping Quincy 70-85. Quincy but moving In Ills mysterlouttm
'. bi .1.ht ff dye_ fluA always! manages ti.
had ml.era s o en ""
ly :the Tigers were: cold with; And methods th'i did not exist, Quincy's Only Insured Bank
their shooting and never seemed -1 before to perform Ills rreclous -
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Il1ar'J.&oltl''J .r to get hotter than the we th. wonders. I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I

John Richard Davis led ChipIcy -
with 22 points, while Walter! i
Dover was high for Qulncy with'' -- -

WINTER CLEARANCE 13. ,
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Our Junior Varsity fared better .''
over the past week with
100 percent 2 for 2. This Included
wins over Havana 24-11
'and Chlpley 49-SS. Wayne
Cheater and Gary Coleman hit' FOR YOUR
double figures In the Chlpleyi '
SALESTARTS i game with IS and 14 points re
spectively. I
Tie B's dtdnt make the trip
to I'ensacola. I'
HAVANA Ml QUINCY ((65t SHELL

FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 9:00 A.M. Johnson Shelter 0 I Coleman WhIUey 19 2 FUELDistributor
Walsh 2 Dover 9
Reardon I) Edwards 12 ,
DndMH 10 MrCall I

PRICES ON ALL Stephens Donsldwm 4 11 Baker 4 I


Smith Halftlme 0 score: Quincy 10,
Havana 20. i OIL I

WINTER MERCHANDISEREDUCED Coleman QUINCY II(57) TECH Cook lsel'4'

Porch 12 Holder 17
WhM y 4 Payne 10
I Dover 9 Flanagan 4
McCall 11 Arnold SI
Edwards 7Halftime
score: Tech 10,

Qulncy QUINCY 28. Coleman 7 IS HOME
5000INCLUDES
3000 TO Porch 7 Varnum 7
Whtlley 7 D..... 12
Dover II Taylor 0
McCall I Lee 0rdwseds
7 Watts 21
I Baker 2 Wood 0Sperling
2 Townsend I
Jeyner 0 Lflgrfell 0
Tayloe1HiUUme Thl bill 0
INFANTS TODDLERS REGULARS score: Chlpley II,

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I'Ar.K KiCHT OADSDEM COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANOAKT U. 11M

dro Gai M, OU Co. Woodward. Sr, who I* a ,..... ODDLY ENOUGH
Craig ,
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Talquin HD ti ...
RECREATION Tea Tn Scorers in tile hospital th-
Player, learn 21'1 Mr. and ..... Fred H..**..a PROLIMS Ii
T. Faaon, bO Spa HEALTHe51J Club Installs prat Friday and Salwraay laPenaacol p y Ggv i
NEWSBy R. W Goodaon, MT .e, where they a.Hw* 4 -
U Jones, HG .e 1964 Officers an Equitable Life lumrattre 'UaLgs
K. Jensen, SO 4.. BLCSTEB L. COLttUX. MA meeting .
Don J..... R. Parramonr MT 42 Mr* L. p. Haaxwd has returned -
O. Joyner, H 40 Tb. Talquin Home Demondratlon from a *Wt la Macao
BASKETBALL Who Is WRap Club held It* regular
Basketball R. Lemleux, SO 40 with her eon and dauakMe hlaw >
Junior Boy* meeting January I at the home and Mr James Ha-
S. GrlfflM. CO 38 Mr. *
JIB 7- Cities Service
Tuesday, of Mn. Lawton Schofield. The
Warriors 29, Quality Shop J. Wells, SO 38 COMMUlflCATKaj between' tron 4. And the health ct an devotional wai liveD by Un. ,cood.Mr.
HO 28 *. R. M. Preawmd ef Min
Celtics 25; Wilton's Laken 33, 'L.First Parrlah Halt Standing tountrle la this Jet age has II&tIonlIa aafeguardtd. Sam Fletcher. I eral Spring: Va la tatting betslater r.
Bell It Bates Hawks 10. Team Won Loa given ui new concept of apace I The vlgilaac and diligent Th IM4 elate of officers are Mn. S. H. SoJomon.Mr .
Leading Seeren TP Shell Olleri 4 0 and Um. It ha 10 contracted work of the mUmatloaal health Mr*. Charles Dean, president I J. J. love I* vaulting rel.
Player\ team H 47 Hydro Gas 3 1 our world that no mw' lllneaa team coordinated by the Mr* Frank Whittle, vkpreldent. .- atlve to Bennvtuvtltr, 8. l'I -ill EJ w w >ey w>
K Deaaon Manning Taylor 1 J anywhere U an Isolated prob- World Health OrzantaUom ; Mn. Austin Nixon moretary I Mn. R. C CampbeU te Malt-
C Conrad, W 3C tress. \jK Every heavy inowtoll to .
Mrs. Sloan Baker *CC< -
S7 Crate Oil Co. 0.4 lent should b* soiree of comfort ; log her sea and daughter In'
Suber, C C ; .Uortottockil
W 28 Scheduled games for tonightThuriday : An eutiruk of iraaDpox to and aeonzlty to cltlien .rarywhere. > urer law, Mr and Mr*. Robert' TK* ponied by bee.
S. Sanders health effKioli
Committee chairmen are: Mn la ton, toy 'n hot
7 (K Campbell Pvaaacola
January
J7M ScoUt! Amerlit today become .
C .
; Langley
Sam Fletcher devotional. Mn. The friends lit Leo, ? ? wee nol occuilaiiwd to icrtnwoiii
H Z< p.m.- Hydro Cat vt Manning a real concern e e e many Mr*
.
Stay. W 25 Taylor; 8 30 pm.- Shell Oil in southern M. P. Kelly, telephone; Mra. Batt Scandal. N. Y, will be work try removing hundreds fAn
C. Harbin Smith, L 25 en n Craig Oil Co. Franc tomor OATH of wrroauaa Tom Davldaon Mn. Frank Whittle Interested to know that she la '. posed{ of snow and ke tram

6.Johnny StouUmlrt,, H 23 BIDDY BASKETBAI.LI row. A seven Every tudent of iMdlcm and Mr*. Gladys Watson, here for an extended] visit which 'U", -.r .eherdrivewoys; wthdiwMran,
and Health eaWIf1.
Nutrition
E. Spooner L IBStinrtlnui A basketball ,gram for fifth ""' form of In- look forward to that great rood t.Irt. Sloan Baker, Clothing la always looked forward to
with
great anUctpatioa
Won Lost and sixth grade boyi composed I 94. bum s In Asia day when lit will be granted Mn. Ruby Sunday, 4-H; Mr*. taveeser wondered "Why ,
Cities Service 4 0 of tour teams wu organized become a his medical degree and given Carl Feriuaon and Mr*. Lu'her Mr*. T. R- Smith has been shovel l er plow mew when you eon (
Quality Shop :I 2 lent Friday afternoon. Teems health problemIn the right to axerelM his Cox, Craft; Mn. Dale Sechler. visiting In Jacksonville with MK NY" ItiuMt Snow uniting lyftvn \
Bell tt Bates 1 SWlUfin'i will be sponsored by local but- the United knowledge for the benefit of home grounds; Mra. Auatin Nixon her brother la law and slater, conmlmg ol Heavy-duty bolt /
Mr. and Mr*, t. D WllUamaon
1 3 messes and coached by memberi I
man home furnlihinf. Mrs welded Heel through which -
*. Rapid Dip*
Mr C. Shaw who
R. I II spending
Scheduled for -
games next of our Junior varsity baaketball -
Dr. Coleman transportation An important part of this George Ford and Mn Charles ..mud lolulion ll kept circulating :
week several months la Jacksonville -
: tquad Games are scheduled of disease ceremony U the reading of tile Dean. Recreation and Family her inmoih driveways and even
Monday, Jan. 20Quality to begin January 24th .1 was 011 a abort
Shop Celtic '. Wilton Lak- Corry Kield'a new outdoor basketball mean a. need for rapid Inter Hlppocratlo oath which every Life. visit recently. .I some tollwey Interchangei. c
graduating phyridan swears After tile builneai meeting Snore wens! bt ers at 4:13: p.m'; ClUes ServiceWarriors courU.William. national ControL Mist Paula Laallr, student atC "
vi. sell & Bate to honor. The ethical and the program was preaenled by III p .1. Onllffe. Marlanna bviM .p or Ivrn to kt. ,- ? 'i.
hawks II p.m.Friday Vital :Brane moral ruponilblHUe of being Mn. Marjorie Gregory Home spent the weekend hen with
Jan. 24Bell and Wynn Tl World Health Orjuiln- a doctor are incorporated In its Demonstration agent A very her parent, Mr. and Mn. J JtLaalle. .
Bates Hawks ,I. Wllmn'i Lak- Uoa ll i.. vital branch of tie text Inlereallng talk on Food Nutrt- New Yotk'l buttling fort Authority
en, 4:14: nv On United Nation With the credo Ion and Health wan given. A Mr. and Nra. BUI Crouch have
p ; Quality Shop Shangri-La Hippocrttei, born In 4(0 B.C, Bui Terminal KOI steep rampiengi.neered .
Celtics vi Cities Service Warriors that International pec and III I considered to be the father leaflet "Foodway to Follow returned from Atlanta where .,' tor ebwMe winter

Men'i, II p m. CSS Shangri-La William security depend on the healthof ,of medicine. HI* teaching departed > prepared of by Baking the American was diatrlb-Initltute Owner they attended Conference.t Rexall Store lafetr. Heavy bvMtrolup

Baiketball J. Wynn, electrlclan'i met first all people In aU land, from hi* predecessors. uted to members present '', romps with
era Thursday 00 Manning, Jan 0- SheU 43 Oil-Hy- :class| USN, don of Mr. and Mn WHO. devote itself to the by seeking the cause of disease After th.. meeting pie and REQUESTS "SIMPLE WAKE" NM, evldn0erfky
Taylor ,_ William J. Wynn of Welt JefFenon physical and mental health of tat nan and In maa'a cnrtronmeat. coffee was served by the bo*- tkida Itienkif
Street Quincy, spent the all people rurywhere. around teaa Eaher England In tile will I s bvtt.weldedltt
holidays aboard the attack aircraft the world. of Raleigh L* May there wai ltt l pip* inawmeWng
INSECTICIDESSOIL I carrier USS Shangri-La in W JtO. I* supported by III Tt Haftoon a clause that he be given a lytremi
I''the Mediterranean. membenhlp nation*, and I* Ills observation on lllneen David C. SmithAt simple wake when he died. He ,_' -" Yrlrf.r (
FUMIGANTS Shangrl-L carries Jetpowered composed of aclentlat*, phyii- opened vaat horlaon for their also provided In the will (140 "
attack aircraft and can provide clan, public health officials, tans HlppocratM was tile lint Fort Gordon to be spent for a memorial gathering .,
WEED KILLERS a strategic mobile landing doctor to recognize the valueof of his friend I Ii
of
base constantly on guard against and a vut corps> nurses, i The. will Mated: "Let my
technician and engineer collecting aooorat dntifle Fort Gordon, C*. Army On The Scent
threat world wake be cheerful. I have talked
any to peace. data. H* stands the Pvt. David
today a* C. Smith, IT. whose
SOUTHERN'CHEMICALS Greatly Effective moat Important and moat toeplrlng f.ther. David I Smith live on about this many Umei ao

Swan Visits On They have barn enormously phyildu In all of !IILory. *. Rout 3, Qulncy, completed llet 1 I am there dead.be" no nonsense after
effective la the control of communicable eight week of advanced] Infan- *
Lake SeminoleStrange dlaeaa and In the The Elppocratl oath I* try training at the U. S. Army CAUSE CRASH h Akfr
,Training Center, Fort Cordon, IDVCU
defena spinet epidemic bound up with th* spirit of hV
Sales & ServiceInc. visitors sometime fly Morals strides against malaria, the teachings of thl* great Gi, In mid-December I Croaaett, Ark. The pilot ofa
I During the training Smith light plan collided with a
to Florida, especially during tubfinuloat,yaw and trachoma man Time baa not attend the
the winter monthi The tiles Save been load by the World spirit of the pledge that ,'received apedallied Instruction flock of duck high over the
la the various
of ,
phases highlyethnical Arkansas River
of these feathered tourlati I I. a Health Organization.It Dhyatcbiui wm preeerr a* ikllla his future .
work Jack Stell, the pilot was surprised
wild twin spending the winteron educational programs on sacred the tend and eonfldeace In tile Army will require of him I when duckl suddenly
Box 3, Ph. MA 7-8101 Lake Seminole: In the Apalache nutrition and maternal and Infant of their patient u an infantryman. I I crashed through the wl'idshMd

Wildlife Management welfare have laved hundreds Whip Dr. CobmM cannot 1I.. entered the Army last :and Into the passenger compartment 1
I.Area, located In Jackson Coun of thousand of live*. undertone to anewer MMduol Auguit and completed basic They damaged the
QUINCY. FLORIDA ty. Through the w.11.0 public bits, Ae wig Me reoier training at the fort. landing gear and other vital
wildlife According to Wayne Murray, official everywhere are In eon. fII Mlloiu, i* Ala eolrsea whenever Smith, eon of Mn. Edna M. part of the plane but the veteran
biologist Game
and tint communication with each yoeettil end wAeii key Smith 1508 8. Cahoon. Roiwell, pilot was able to mike a
other Medication are quickly ere of general tnteretf. Address N. M., attended Quincy High landing on the. ice-covered cotton
flown to dlaaater areaa. The your letters to Dr. CoIeuM U School and was employed by field.
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. spread of epidemic i* con. car e/ Ala _,.,.,. Frosty Morn Meats in Quincy, The passengers were able to J
before entering the Al1II1.perjOna walk away from the plane even
o UU. Lag wince IpII4Ica Jac.
CHARLES KINARD, Owner though they were covered with
blood and feather Closer examination
I Remodeling Addition
revealed broken
one
Fresh Water Flab Commlolon! attain Iti mow plumage until
NEW finger, the blood and feathers
CONSTRUCTION the>. swan la presumed to be a two yean old. came from tile lea fortunate
Goragei Carport Porche. whittling twan. However due' Then are two species of wild duckl
to the wariness of the bird It want In America, tile "hlat-
I Roofing Siding Cabinet. has been impossible to establish -ling swan and the much rarer Mn Winston McLendon and
I Florida Room Enclocures true Identity. The bird ll and nearly extinct trumpeter sons visited with relativei In
gray In color and very large awan. Swam are the fastest Tallahaaae during the weekend
"No Job Too Large. or Too Small" with estimated weight of 20 flying and swimming birds of @
Havana Highway Phone 627-8495 pounds and a wingspan of over all North American waterfolwL! Mn. Lee R. Munroe and Mn Nose Intent and tail high this youngster ll hot*n the scent ol
six feet. The visitor ll a juvenile -I I Flight speed has been ertlmatled Mark Munroe, Jr. will spend lor h. ram According to expert at the Purina Dog Car Center "sincethe
or lub-adult and will not at 100 miles.per: hour. Swam he I weekend In Macon and At young hunting dog' natural instincts are to hunt and localegame
--- ---- -- lanta. They will be accompanied Program'Committee ,at the beginning of his training,he should be given I the free.
to Macon by M.... Let Ray dom to fluid and chase without restrictions or order which might
Munroe Jr. of Macon. tend to curb hit leit.

Miss Pearl Nicholson and L./_ .. -
ay -
Mn. Mary Sass were In Panama
TALLAHASSEE FEDERALSAVINGS
City, Blountatown and StAndrewa Entertaining Shut-las
to attend the meetings TIMBER.
club Save arced
visited by the Worthy Many women
Grind Matron of the Grand for luirgeiUoni for good public Let Us H.Ip You Harvest Your Timber Wisely
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION service projector their
Chapter of Florida Easter Star. I group
Mra. Lee R. Munroe hid ai. There are many public aervic Contact Us Before You Selll
recent guests Mn. C. M. Mllli aetlviUe from which to choose, WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES!
of Ozark, Ala, and her granddaughter but one which it really rewarding

S-T-A-T-E-M-E-N-T Macon who, Miss wu Julie visiting Munro her of iatakingmuiic and ahut-lna.nova to Florida Forest Products, Inc.

aunt In dark. ..... Spinet orfine CALL HE.! STOUTAMIRE 2230669or
Mr. and Mn. Charles Munroe
DECEMBER 31st 1963 of theharmonic
have returned to their home In : write
Atlanta following a visit with ..
drawbar type BOX 305, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
his mother Mn. Pat Munroe.Mr. I .' are easy to
and Mri Robert H. Boyle transport and
of New Orleans were' recent many clubs have one or more
guests of Mr. and Mn Bradley members who take organs to
60th Semi Annual DividendAS Munroe homes and hospitals regularly.I COULD ..-
Mia Sara May Love apent The visiting club group include '
the weekend in Jacktonvllle the organ player one or YOU AFFORD
with relative more members who ling, andother \
Mr. and M.... U N. Drew and who go along to talk with f
four children plan to spend the ahnt-ini and rive them newt. to :
weekend at Panama City Beach. The melodies requested are i
OF DECEMBER 31st Mr. and Mn R. D. Woodward usually those everyone known I IThey're REPLACE IT? ..
to play en theHammond '
Jr. left Monday for Orals to easy j i
visit his oigan, and easy to I
mother, Mn.
OVER R. D ling. Patients who can will wantto ChoncM art your home and the furnishings In it have

breed In the froiea north join In type the of imging.Thia activity. la wrywolthwhnle Increased la value cine you purchaMd them!

around the Arctic Circle and for while moat shut I HAS YOUR INSURANCE PROTECTION
rarely winter at far couth n. in*today have tadloer television
$1,280,000.00PAID Florida or both to bring them news of INCREASED ACCORDINGLY?
Swan are protected by both the world, they mm the family for up-to-date
State end Federal law._ and community events which are I coverage
really important to them on your Insurable property
CANT SLEEP? If you do adopt a public aervlc SEE
project lid*this I .the patients I you OR CALL "';
NERVES
JITTERY rail on will be pleased, and niem- II;:
TO THOSE WHO SAVE NEED Yellow!: VOt'lLIKtVdt imHwt.nciT,Cap.Tiny hers ef your club who participate gist ESTATI

...1.i ean h.lp you .!.., ..1. will And that their live hive
Sir Keeps roe r.la.dPr.e I 'been enriched.
RESOURCES from t.n.len lill-
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Ilene have "..n sold 14 Caps
/t k > !!I.I. m I
First MofIgagt LOOM __.______$34.335.849.88 F. P. MAY DRUG CO. I I INSIgCANCE Siam-.

Homt Loans ._ ._ 217643.31 Ph. KT-IIOI Quincr. n. I -.n.w antra
Improvement _______._

Loans On Savings .____.___.._______ 577810.43 -- -

Cash and Government Bond ._ _________ 3.095.858.60

Stock In Federal Horn Loan Bank 425000.00


Oiiic( Building DtpMclatlon and LandLess ) .. ___ 1.005.718.43. JANUARY CAN BE FUN :

Furniture Fixtures and
EquipmentLess

Other( Resources Depreciation). n.____._____.. 180.769.43 172053.66 OIL LET'S ALL GO TO THE




TOTAL RESOURCES _$40.010.703.85 BUICK SPORTS CAR RALLY.


LIABILITIES:


Savings .__$32.743,30337 REAllY.

Advance Payments by Borrowers __.._. .,. 68.558.95

Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank 4.150.000.00

Loans In Process _'.?' ____._____ 285105.95 I 1..d.

Other Liabilities _._ _.___.______ 64043.56 '

Unearned Discounts ...._..__._.______ 52372.08 #

Specific and General Reserves ._ 2647320.04 ..... : ..J"," "' ""'t ,, .... .. ,


TOTAL LIABILITIES _. ..._..$40.010.703.85




4 1/4 % PER ANNUM ON SAVINGS


You esy JIIII'"lust Mars sica.nd bead M spending another....., llt'l get togs,,.,won. during our Ivid snorts-tae Rainy-which

wane hitMc JIIII""* got newt YIN ray fore She a very, very ill JOUr ch-ce h. ..... .oortr SII}!a.... WIldcat 1tMere. H_
a
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rood buy, Teu-i aiactty +. person wev been lookinc tor. s apoftm loud Mn ofui .,

TALLAHASSEE FEDERALSAVINGS ram LOCAL AUTHonna HUM HM.U. Auraonno uta oc .m 11 TIltS uu.

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"Super-Right" Corn Fed '- 'I.rGiQ :( D; l'USM'l'Lt. BIBLE VERSE


G 1 4 Pork Loin Sliced Pork FARM THE ; : ::8'U5'' t\r s'I.f'ftf. I TO STUDY


\ ': "If any mss will torn afUf
: 6'tiij: Dhl'
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FRONT let Urn' dewy blmnU aid
CHOPSIh 1m. up kti cress and fellow
At t\ti? .lie kaowa, the i Lands vt!,h could rem t In ."
BY DOYLE CONNER Ai:erican I _vex dollar bests laltm oh V 3. gild fir KO bu- I Who made the above lUte.menl .
tit iiac: ',t -. 'In Cod Ut I ana tike oM Mother Hubbard I *
__ OMMISSIONERFLORIDA I I I j II ',- jr-al'y: this kg. w hen the went to the cupboard, I To whom was ipeaklngT
AGRICULTURE I "J i win man! (01 tome time the .
DEPARTMENT OF cupboard U bum :3 Upon what oocMlonT
,,
unless the bupre :t t"urt em e e .
I 4 Where may this statement
mound to dec' ' 47e"Super.Right" ; In spite of all the time, mpnj'Y ,i too ii too much of a nllgkjui remtMOM iiuiulal. drain ..
and effort being devoted to manifestation. World War II, and K....... the Answers M Bible Vena
e e ".1. sub bed 15 .. .
eradicate them -adew % ( &H .Id'
or In the petroleum In./ And If t. Jesus ChrtaL
'plant peatl continue lo co tAmericana dustrme pretty farsightedpcopic Rip re gold supply. Where baa this 2 To Ml disciples, and pirtlrulirty .
tome T BILLIONdollari They have to be to keepon Court ,,, gM g. H>T Jail glancing al the to Peter
told
el
reserves few saunas
a year In damage to lop of developments that gets thai have shared a la 3. Following Peter eon/**
Quality Tender Western crops and ornamental (have been International scope ,. this, I'.8. fertile. give away the trance pre- Inn to Christ
Increasing tilt of agriculturalchemicals for some vein weal ,r.m. yule 4 Matthew 16: 24.
an aniwer _
In recent ycari hasenabled Thor new' interest on '...rtUfl hapa be th"l t -- -
] our farmer. to keep the bets appear be soundly It Between Its' and 1MI the BUGGY TOO SLOW
WHOLE (pesto In check But the recent ed in view the world h'I:: reverting geld reserves of France jumped
LAMBSHOULDER uproar over danger of poisonIng ter problem ai outlined In arecent the \' arrrox! lately :JSO... of Cei-. London Queen Elisabeth
II. of Great Britain, has been
our environment through report from IS>DA. I lion thai \ II 'any 400%, of Italy Uo%.
i carelen use of toxic chemiiali" Some SO rountrlel the carried There U no reliable Information asked> to do away with the trio
h.. Intensified the search for "hive not" nations aa far ai sense el the c_ W. Hsra.e on whet gold reserves dldonal horae-and-bumy aye-
other meant of accomplishing food Ii concerned are foundIn ant 4.llara ", Inlto.. ThoM there are In Vietnam In Cimbi tern of doing her family mar
the Ukk A.li. Africa and Latin America minted around 1790 I'Irr"a- .dl.. In Congo. and 10 on down bating
!Now U S. Department of -Agriculture The report notes that In stead, the Inscription. "MISSTsar the long llat where American The traffic Jim It Causes JIMgrown .
researchers" are tenting Asia, lust to maintain present Bunlneia1 These eM dollari have been poured like to etch an extent that
"living Inaecticldci1lr meager dicta, per acre y II his talon are now rare mwearalerei lap out of Vermont maples several accidents have resulted
sirs that kill destructive pent, moat be tussled 50 per rent b>' Neither la there ei on a warm March day Ktperta have suggested the 4-
yet are harmless to man am 1MO lust I to keep even with tent much hatkirtund wky IMa e e e wheeled carriages known a.
mail' plant, pollinating liner's ,pnpulalion growth motto wai tined.But .. Tka, It.. .. underatatemeelt brougham, be replaced' by can.
Her U a truly fine tender and alto to the natural enemiciof \n inrrraae of that alre I t My thai the greatest alncle
astern Whole Limb 5 to 6 Lb. the target prit !amount to more than 240 million It ass used during a preMem facing the American ECONOMY: AND Uet
Shoulder flavorful and de> 3 9 C Two of theae vliunea hate loon of grain It would I time when the American people I Republic May la reiaptnrtega Commerce Secretary Luthtrdgpi
lie Iou. ICs "Super-Riant" AverageLb. : been maw produced and used to leiulre J4 million tone Of fortlllzer and ,ovt'rI\llH'nl, shared one adequate.gld.reeerve.e says the United States
belief
burning They realiirdwhat I
at a thrifty price! Lb."SuperRight" iprar: test cropi They destroy a year" to gel such yields. had to economy probably will expand
they fought
There has been much madeof "i tent to another
the cabbage Inoprr and the corn Right now. total world production per record In
.
'earworm These are ...Iplllllhl!1 of lertill/er according achieve and fervently believedIf the fart that the gold oultlwrate IlItl4! and prices will rrmatn
Square Cut Fresh and destructive 10 I s Ne they worked together to promote hai been slowed down, Th.mu.t fairly alible
Tender Beef Skinned most "ld"spfIId A World Report, the brut Intertill of the recent
I In the U S. annually 11 ooh little rtpoit Indiratei In the Interview and outlook
Lamb Shoulder crop pciia I mare than !BI| United Slates of America life U.S. II losing gold In mtllloninf
damaging or deal ro)11I11I mllli n ions You ran Imagine would be good on the stall of the nation
LIVER 49c crops worth several hundicdmillion what world fertilizer tonnage e. dollars instead of billions.Thera economy, Hodges laid that per-
lb. I are tome atlampti made
ROAST lb. 45c dollar. would lia\i.Inul be to fill theneeds However, the path ef the 10 point to this ii in ..ncoutlllI sisal Income has bounded upward
(I
I After yean of In".. tI.atlon.1 of er d people Amerk people was diverted. bog ilgn I but thli Hill losses IJDO per person In three
I thelrui peatldde te minding everybody elaebanlneia over the tact tint the U:S. Ii years. and may rite $100 mar
"Super-Right" Tender Western through tame when !.... Sylvan Strickland with the remit thai nut only steadily Inaing gold In 111II4
Lamb Shoulder Grad "A" TW developed a method of brellk'i I mere than pot billion haa been it Ii also failing to lacreaie Iti
I dally rearing the h dinnlpeted lit foreign givee r'ler",.. Southern Gulf Utllltlei. Ine.,
whoae' bodice the destructive Announces For .".).. e t e national designer and builder of
CHOPS lb. 59c LEGGS lb. 49cGrade viruses are produced I I 5S Ibis Fultyana rea..sing la remrillied water. and atwigeivttemi
Stilt to be cots ed Ii the Ion murk the aame aa The vlrua polyhcdra" or (State of the U 8 gold milled for .
Attorney lupply Today, aT a Sector cheerily bald his Hating to the Amen
clutter In nucleus nf Infected
the I
with only tIS'i billion In gold patlent "Y..'II h. glad to can Stork Exrhanie
"A" With cells, multiply at a Un-
Fryer RibBREASTS left In relieve oi which III knew yes MIl Ml tie al
II Mastic rate U la estimated one I'Second Circuit billion mutt back the currency naloa4, ,.. are JM cancer dusty. I

rr artificially can produce reared nearly cabbage 2l| loop BILLION .thtrt..........art, N...dollara.'.... I. ..In_foVtlgn...._ Needing to death" ELECTRICALSERVICE
lb. 4ge polyhcdri; cy Ivan StrUkUnd county' ---

You probuSly could hold on prosprutlni attorney of Leon I 'I
the mil of your little tinges I Cnnnty, hat announced that he The present. state attorney la not I(I public records prove It If Iam
enough powdered cabbage loop- will be a candidate toe the of- willing In do lit! elected the same policy will
er vlnii/ to treat S acrri. ,flop nf slate attorney for the "III economy: There are
r.--.- -;-- .'- --- -. ---i.Irri5I USDA expert these pent second tudlilal Clrrull This two part-time Militant attorney apply to the state attorney office I Anything from wiring -
H MB: 1 killing vlrunci rln' it Ii composed of In the circuit In which the
eventually can I Franklin for thin office Hy devotingfull a house to replacing
; t be produced at prices farmer Cudkdrn Jrffpraun, Leon time to the dullei of the state capital It lout.d."III .
can afford Several firms areIntereated liberty and Wakulla Count lea. office, I rill delay the time ( ) The difference between a light bulb
and uniform standards The Hate attorney ,la the proa- when additional legal mainline my platform and the established -
STAMPSM: are being developed for erutor for the circuit court will be nitei'iry Also I policies nf the present atatr
:,f* commercial production. Thin la the first time since would favor requiring aaalrianta attorney will give the people achoice Ike Shepardat
!fe| With this eoopea and purchase .1 Hi All Purpose Red York Incidentally the com rarworm 1942 that there has been a rare to work full lime rather thanadding between two, dlnllntt political
: > Ilkei a varied diet When II mother part-time manto phlloaophln 1 ik all
1 1 lntOtl Jar AnnSmooth Pate ixtworn randlilatra for this office i
,feed on cotton It Ii known .. rlllrena of Franklin QiilwlinJeffereon .
:ii the taxpayers payroll I
er Krunchv : the present state attorney. I
i .. t the cotton boll weevil its clone William 1) Hopkins, pledge a polity of economy I.eon, Liberty and
was
appointed
! P'nut Butter 59c APPLESPLAID I
j relation, the tobacco budworni, to the position lit IU47 "131 No Conlllcti of Intereat Wakulla Countlei for their vote SHELFEHBLITCHFURNITURE
i}!!I J.1-Ie. Coupon good thru Jan. 15.i : also may be aubjert to destruction and hn never had op|>oaJtlon. In two races for the offices of and lupport" CO.
i by the vlrui I that kill I
the
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; Strickland 17, was elected
!! : ._ MAIn T 1141
L "' earworm In 1A18 to promised the people that I Religion In a great help to ..nIndl'hlu.1
over two oppnnrnla atwo .
.,.... Bow III 1431WerthtuM
: > i Increasing of fertllltrn la -)'ear unttplred tern aaro would not engage In private but It wont In do bourn of I .... MAIn T IIM
use
matters. that would conflict with you any good
[ : ; 1 i 4 Lb. 3 9 C ,one reason American farmers Judge> eculor Court for and the was Leon,.County-..Iart.d .n..I.II.... ... 1II t arts fs. ,. .h...... kr p,,1,unless you hive lome nf n it,
have
: been boosting crop production .
:11 BogLarge over one opponent In I MOo that prom h. The Mme pulley
> a full four-year term Born should apply to the alate ate MODERN HOMES !
i I Confirming expectallnni thatfertiliser
1M! In Orark Alabama, he has lived torne/a office I pledge hat
use will continue to
t In Tallihiaaee since 1WOHe If I am elected there will be
:jH With thin coupon and purchiat ef I: Sno BallCauliflower fain U recent entry Into the enllHled In the Army Air conflicts nf Inlereat In the of. JUST WHAT THE NAME IMPLIES -
! fertlllter field by some of the Corps In World War II and l III|Hot of stale attorney In thin'
Pint Jar Blue Date Modern
Iii i! big petroleum companies Their BoautUul- Economical
a gradual of Leon high Submit clnult I shall not represent In.I
I.. Mayonnaise 37c : 29c acquisition of fertlllter facilities and the University of Florida I dlvlduili I accused of crime, In -- ---- --- -- ...----- -- -- -
i J9 J1.II. Coupon good thru Jan. I*. Ii i In,termed m a Washington It, newspaper Law College He has practicedlaw any court, nor represent private
"amaung"Recent
e. In Tallahassee for the pant Intereata la opposition to the A DOLLAR AND A DEED: IS ALL YOU NErD
.. a1a we q aw I development have Included 14 yean He Ii married lo the Hate or county or other public
t !!rf.R. J.;!: _:_ ; ; J I V Smonv: Mobil Oil taking former Judy Jtlce and the gimlet, nor accept ennipenialon PAYMENTS LOWER THAN JIENTI:
over C Chemical Corp oration father of a four>letr -old ( from private clients In
r 1i 1LLitlliijl1it14it66 1 1 1f BIG 79c SALE Tennessee, Cities Corporation Service acqul and lore Ing daughter, ll< Ii a I'rribyter- connection with niallen whichare
Ian Investigated by the Hate
\\rjj f PLAID Ida phosphate lands; Continental Choose from Over 21 Available Plane
: ,&bG ..: In announcing his candidacy attorney office, nor engage In'
A&P Apple Sauce liking on American Agrlrutturil Strkkland Issued she fallowing any other conflicts of Inltreit
i! STAMPSWllh !!i wild Baugh Chemical Chemical; Kerr Magee platform statement: 141 No Favoritism I was,
I "t II rull.Tim. Service. The elected twice at county prow- Write Come Call 627-6297
_I. this coupon and purehaae ofI : A&P Sauerkraut Occidental Petroleum hat Rest ".t. attorney office Ii a full- ruling attorney of Leon Countyon By or

I j* I Lb. Loaf Jane Parker Sliced I Fertlllier and was reported time job, but the law does not my public pledge to avoid
35c A&P Golden Com planning to buy InternationalOre prohibit the idle attorney from I."ollllam, to prosecute all vlolatora Modern Homes Conslruclion Co.
t if? Cinnamon Bread and Fei1 Hirer, and Gulf Oil also
having a private law prac- alike, and to protect the
liu.IL Coupon good thru Jan. 19. Mir lona Green Peas was reported Spencer planning Chemical to takeover ; Ice. If elected I ahall voluntarily Innocent, rrgardleaa of Ihtlr ft-1 Chalt. Hlway 6274297 Quincy
.!!J I give up law practice and sandal social, or political pot!-
The oil
ie sxsK _>.: :..:ftm.tJ : l lona TomatoesEXTRA looking ahead companies to the time may when be devote- -full time -to this office lion; I dept that pledge and the s

foreign demand for fertlllteriIt
PLAID STAMPS lona Diced CarrotsWith going to climb sharply' They
expect lo find a big
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The Purchase the Communist countries
Mix 'Em or Match 'Em thli year.Ilowever. ,
of Jane Parker
I I'm opposed lo
sale of fertlllrer to Kussla or
FRUIT CAKE : any other countries of the Communist

100 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS 6 I Lb. 7 9 C i, prove to Blue our satisfaction until they they cm

Cans no longer pose a threat to world

5 Lb. Ring $3.99 peace but Sales consumable to them commodities of anything .

50 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS like grains and food, lend /"VL

3 Lb. $2.89 Yellow Cling Halves or Sliced to and strengthen preserve their their economies Industrial

Ring I capacity to produce arm
A&P Peaches 4 79c -
STAMPS
25 EXTRA PLAID ;

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l'/2 Lb. Loaf $1.49 Sultana Whole r -. \ n'


No Coupons Necessary Green Beans 4 \ 79c H'e"


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PIES I :! Your Ui Lb.Choice Each! 3 9 C ,,1 I 1 Fence=pea y:--.Posts tie" =,uisJPal. ,


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BEANS Your Lb.Choice Can 1 10White





White House Evaporated SPECIAL 6 Ph. *" ei Chevrolet's new low-cost quality delivery truck !


This Introduce you to Chevy-Vafi-ouf "economy and out C.rt.ln sections ir* treated with hljh-jlnc-

MILK d.ti *ry truck. content primers; others with lit ilumlnunvwis

Cans16b0&7777c II hit I low price/ Ug, over 40 tq ft. of complete pf...( auv.,

UMbl flat floor 7Vi\ ft long, the engine up front and The wlndthlvld/ It a big flat practical ona-pl.c. unit

pentaTrwledPosts I a lot of quaMfeaturei whIch!< mate H a better buy. Tn. big 90-hp 4-cyllnd standard engine' Is more

are Th. body and tram -floor tie welded tog.th r. The pow.riullhl" some (a, yet Is remarkably KOnomlcat.

A&P Chunk Style Light Meat truck Is strong, rigid, lUbl Doors art double-wall If you coed more power,Chevy-Van offers s 120-hp tit

I ywrBIS construction. *' **"* COIL Sid doors and rest windows'

., Chevy-Van hat unusual resistance 19 rust /TT MOB'r y rrST altO coil eitra.

TUNA 4' of 8ge Bay 'n Woed and corrosion. Especially vulnerable) area tUfJM Last but not hunt. /tt'i a Chevrolet WNcH

Cans width< at front atepwelle are galvenfied. .e.i/rrrawn meeni that It Ii built to work for you a long

f ; Post & Lumber ] slain are used at all' critical joints Inside ..a.n teir mast time at minimum cost

Preserving! Co.
Naves-Q.tsev Nay fef.pr>one your C/ierro/ef rfeoftr about CAery-Von or any 'ype of lrvc&lMANNING

.. l.itb TeL 17-8075 1_
1. *e. ear tarts
1t n / Ala ",,"'.W. at
',. : PLAID STAMPS Prices la this ad ore good JI rtZTCKEBCO.fcrnni .

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WITH THE QUALITY PERFECTION

end VALUES from IGA! RICELon.G.aIo s pkq Lb., 39c


FACIAL TISSUES

SCOTTIES or:00': .10eWIN1rRJZED

PAL COOKING
PACKAGE OF 4-ROLLS WALDORF

o 1 Il i: TISSUE each 2ge8ge

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BANANAS 21bs.1ge HOOP CHEESE 111. 49c o
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T On. of CONGRESS the moat remarkable i

BEEFIE4WD I development ot this recent polillcal
year waa the attempt be*
din by the 88th Conireaa to
bring ItaeU out of the domination
by the executive branch of
BRAND SIRLOIN the government after tome SO
years of bondaf Instead ot
defaming the nation' leglU
Steak 881 lure ai "that do-nothing con
IB. grass," our thoughtful clUiena
ought to be thankful that our
Senator and Repreaentattveeretain
W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND enough Independence ot
FOOD STORTLS mind and action to (o ahead
with their work according to
Steak. u. 88 their ben Judgment.
Rep. Oren llarrli of Arkan
IU, in I statement. to the cone
REG. 59< COPELAND W-D BRAND BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP itltuenla he his armed for 23
years, remarked that this Con
Franks. grena will steed aa ".n exam
:% 49
pie of a roloaaat itrucgla to
88
Roast II. maintain the irparatlon of pow.
REG. '5, SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK Sunnyland Hickory ors provided In our Conatltutlon. I *
The current aeulon, he
W-D BRAND BONELESS RUMP OR ROUND aid, hai shown Ita disapproval
sausage La. 39? of Uililatlon by Judicial decree
Smoked by admlnlatratlve flat, and
HAMS Roast u. 88 by exerutlv* order On major

'" .. ; opinion(ssIIea, Ihp aa deadlocked llarrl sees and public"un

: W-O BRAND T.BONE alterably oppoaed" M the executive
the absence ofa
4 branch In

25 EXTRA STAMPS BUTT ;' Shank :j i Steal II. 981 clear he usually mandate Mid, doea"Conjreaa from make the shouldand hut people -

PALMETTO FARM slew ly."
HALF Half 4 3 (Mow Even ea fay
EGG SALAD W-D LEANER, FRESHER, '100% PURE The Arkanaaa delegation It
( Independent enough that there

HAM SALAD LI 491 ;' LB. Gr. Beef 51 that II scant would support booat for their a own measure.. .

i aria*. Rep. Wilbur MUla saysno
50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH GA. BRAND current Congress ahouutrala
Its own and that he
Brick. Sausaae ;" ,UI"- ----JI.MIU&Ao1 mould prefer r't. reduction
...........- ---- bated on deomaed f> ndlng.
25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH 2-LI SUPERBRAND Rep. E. C Oathlnia thinks the

Cottage Cheese nmJoP.tU increaae would billcostln be

All Flavors SUPERBRAND a good place to atari ecnnnmliIng -
Sen. MrClellan aald. "Bal.
lAVE 4< EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLESauce ance the budget first, period.
Rep. J. W. Trimble said h.
Ice CREAM would be happy to go on accepting
2c- 25'REG ia..tuu per year and
,
tvae0U51a ORAtI a would oppoae the bill.
MilK The Congreaa. regardlea of
2/2Jf DIXIE DARLING DINNER the hut urged upon It by the

Rolls 12-Ct. 'kg. 1 10* REGULAR S9< have executive I right department and duty ,to go does ai
CARNATION OR PET slow aa la nee....., to exam
HALFGALLON 4 9 Ine carefully evry proposed
REG. 19s DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON PECAN law. Each bill should be con
MILK BUTTER aldared on Ita mertu, and U
Evap. committee etudle
Twirls 6.Ct. Pk,. 29''l time and parade require* of wltneiaea wseuof .

the study should proceed

TALL $ e i MORTON FROZEN OMe., Beaf, Turkey.UlWwry Hem.,M Leaf with thoroughnaat. It ta m re
than a cursory matter jo w fit
( 8 i. complicated Initiation accord
CANS
50 Extra a')c Steel Stamps Dinners 289: Ing_ u whether our ConatltuUon It will have, to fur the.
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE pFOMa
effect on the national'
a (Limit 8 with; $5. order or more) LB.4g CYPRESS GARDENS OR DIXIE THRIFTY MOZtNL'tftaeJn Ilb.rty and well-being, and leg*
Brea d d.eShrrnip.oee 1 Illation, after all. I I. the reipoiualblllty
THRIFTY MAIDEvap. .
of Congreu.RflidbUrka
'MU ll.war LrHAT 0'ge Juice 4 ::; 991a le Fewer
ANY WINNDIXIE8T Ip Milk 10 a'1Limit I The railroading of "leilililkmI .
I a natural Impute for an ad
.. .
( 10 with $5. order or more) Limit one with $5.00 order or more. mlnletratlnn that seeks action
*IIi""" and expeela aeon to ask he
. jmuoM electoral far approval at the
: -"-": .: . ... _: t" .. i, $ poll*. It would like to prevent
record' to he that will
-- a voter
Fancy Golden Bantam
50 WITH Extra THIS COUPON W) AND Green Star SAVE 8* EACH O'SAGE FREESTONE LIMIT 2 CANS, PLEASE Ir ibis result Jiietlfy In a,favorable then 11,1 vote...xeeuuveusing Will

....... every tattle to ebtala evtrythlng .
I PHI* Bckixert e* AU 1I II ran away with?
Idahoan Potatoes Peaches. No-2'A CAN 191 CORrl This, la not the :atm thing a*
the principle' that the I'rael
e/oo TMW IANUUT lra Cent may prepuce but the Con
AT ANT WrNN-DIXI 2 grew ahili II...,.... W* must
42 SAVE ]1U EACH LIBBY'S TOMATO Limit with $5. food order46ot
i remain mar keenly eeniltlvelo
Conatltutlaaal pattern with
reapert ta Congrenlonal put.
Juice CAN 191 pool .ncllnl.nL
A
.. The founding father* wUely
50 Extra aw:Greet StalllDS let up our governmental branch
e* one against the other, to ai
SAVE Bt EACH HEINZ Limit 2 with $5 food order
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE 0. 'EAR 5 tit maintain' a ayeUm of cherkl

,.... ..... CAMe II IMUra M lle and balance, ono agilnat the
other. There waa BO way open
Orange elighle KetchupSAVE 14i. lOTTlE 191 ad for one to become dupoil*
e'N.U J.ut- ..... or aiaum power over the oth.
.r. There atlll t* M way, ale
U AT ANY WlNN.IiIXII >( 6t EACH SOFT WEVE Limit 2 Twin Pock thou;h the tempting poetlblll
lea[ ere oocaiuntilly explored
BAKING POTATOES' by the atrong-wltled\ seeker ol
2 i 19/ power who eomH hits th. .x.
ItJi Tissue. ROLL PK& Idahos 10 69'M anitlv. leflelatlv/ er judicialdepartment
... Our system ofcheeks
50 Extra aw Green StiBis SWEET JUICY 'I.OIIOGr'fruit mail be maintained, and
SOUTH SALAD tt Include the ot time and
SAVE J JO* DEEP aa*
WITH THIS COUPON' AND MOW W even stow debate
8. & 59'
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Tv 0 .e. Realralnl v* fewer
Onion RTng$ QUAIl 29 The founding father perhaps
Dressing. did not foresee till tremendou*.
_..Trw,...u.... LAe4 I rViNISAP COOKING M EATING I' buoy Mia Congreea, with Its
WINNDIXIES0 committee end. sub-eommtIeeend *
AT ANY SAVE I0< EACH JIM DANDY pedal eounaela and *a*
y Apples. 5 I?. 491B'.D.1B nitve heirlDg and volura
leone test nony. They did tot
Grits. 5 u PKQ 25' reality thai many kundreda of
pun of Matvtea, apeclal bllla,
and detailed aeta would be ,*.
Extra aW'Greea Stamps <|ulrd :jy the Congreu In cub
WITH THIS COUWN: AND PURCHASE OPOYt session nor even that the e>eeutrve

40-**.it*Better Due awnPeanot we oivs ...... ..II... taw/ upon branch Elsie.having Iteelf mocn-iwtraed the would forte placertgulatlona of

..... people.
ease,.... Jwar ..
AT ANY WINH.DIXII A 1 hii Have. l/adltlonally the American/ la peoplewanted be akeM
U rSO _' [ 4 LIllENftI 1 "governed people Tee, foe
we have learned that the lug
""' WHITE ARROWDetergent VACUUM PACKED eglalaturea have to do the tit
BLUE OR
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: ; GREEN tar oft tb* people art. re
... ,:;.. STAMPR 4i: are rune very bail r *
Extra;19)I.:Greel Stamps #; Astor Coffee' why mendton we must le any give Cangrti ht..1, u 4t>

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE 11 of \"!! doe ret find U dealrabii t*
pat more and more a.... o*
OKIIIM Famlfy Crimea If1 anti!*<"' CellI.,...., la .reality
Big 60 f! may yrev the beet Th rocs
-T...yl.vlar SITU GIANT BOX 1.LB, CAN we Hor4e le end te Coagra
48J' 9m anouid be ef sod
WtNM-DIXII 4 matt renralnl
AT ANY

I II K \; SAVE 11' tiQ SAVE 14' J JMAXWELL e leu/n IIndfrotell4. enough la,reejtilred pertleuUrrjr 1,. Strength thea la ewbMg eft and-

the power of executive UdHIALTM >
DETERGENT Save 21, !fI./ HOUSE Sow 12' Ii ",..

50 Extra aanw a.x': AND Cnet PUIOIA5ISIPtrSI SIaJIwmt a I "Tide GIANT t .XWEU Coffee 59xLimit q PLAN
TMS 58fI, tU .a"bUte" ....It". hope
P.4..4 Limit 1 With $5.00 f Limit I with )S.00 food PggrA u>track the icalemate-! btalUi
Blades V rare Set UM aged laglalaiioa byIjurodurlng
I sale, 01 more 4 b order Of mole Utetr esv' plan
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WINNDixltu deerrtked M H 'he i4ilrontprahenatve
AT ANY v -.m.- Tkey
.4 Sl; a...lth lace r""
paa ever prepared "(" bosstress ;
and nud K weiJd Bake
Mea KUI aecurtly
saw
f' 'fund sad ....,.1 gseraute.trwesuec.
:! and rr"*. laws


lf t(jet n sttute eiten/titMe and taItp01' el1e"1 dihte at.. : IX : an tT.
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have *>cri e4 owe than Its
., x 000 daring the peat year November .
alone saw a drop of If
007 worker
Civilian en ploy men t (. Keveaber -
waa I,41,1M, tampare4 -
wttk li\tKt en July I.
start *f the sweat tiacal |t.,.

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FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JANUARY It, 1964 _






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Ministers Meet C-P Lions To Men's Day At Tau Zeta Notes roint ProgramSet Sorority In First Last Rites Held I Meat Processing


Set At ArnetteTh. Play MariannaThe Mount Moriah Founder's Day At St. JosephThe l Meeting of '64 For Mrs. Carroll four Saturday

Mlnlstem of Quincy district Jackson County, Tretaini r The men of Mt Zion Primitive In observance' of the found. combined Men and Wo The Amlcu Friend to the Funeral services\ for Mm All farmer and Interested

are expected to attend> the School Panther win meet the I their Baptist annual Church will Son-present In* of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority men Day Program will be beU i I Zeta Phi Beta Sorority held Christine Carroll were held at .xrsons are extended an Invlatlon -
,
Ministers Council, Saturday, :I Carter-Parramore UOM, Satyr program Inc.. a national Oreenehad A.M.E. Church to attend the Swine
; day commencing wm Sunday sorority Sunday, January 19, at 8t heir first meeting for the year
day evening, January 18, in tht} Sunday 3 p.m. The Rev %V. H lance and Meat Processing
which
t Arnett.t A.M.E $ wa founded ,
48
p.m. > Ohapel ye&n&frO Joseph Missionary! By,tier 1W in the home ot Maurine Braxton, minister in charge ,our Saturday January 1H
Church Lion Den. Professor, Willie L. William hIt month, Tau Zeta Chap Church Campbell. Friend Lucy Gilllam The deceased died at the Gads- Attendant will please assemble
Th* highlight of tM meeting The game will be a return of Northaide High ter of tM sorority i* eelefaratme The speaker for the ooc:.presiding acting chapMan Friend den County Hospital, 12 p.m. at office of Russell IL
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will b* the showing of a picture. engagent for the Marknns School Havana will be the with the founding of the sorority Ion are: Russell H. Stephen,. Hazel WeUsj givs the de January. 7, following an extended Stephens, County Agent, 111
team. They defeated Carter. feature speaker, at the morningservice a fellowship meeting U the illness, South: Mruroe St., Quincy, be-
The lot DiMUMion UStewardship. and Mrs Earlene
Topic entire Zeta Barber votion. Severs
for
Family, and the project iween 8.30 and 84
Parratnore in the Peanut Capitol beginning at 11 I.m. lor
Presiding Elder,' by the ecore 81-67. The i The sneaker I* a native of Gads-a.m. parent of the Zetttrette on I The Initial service will be<
C. T. Bike will be in Marianna team, until Satur. den County, attended the elementary Sunday, January 19, 1964, at Sunday School, which begin, Tea U first on the agendato community for several The tour will commence at
4 p.m. in the Mt. Moriah Missonary : be held the third Sunday In year i a.m. enroute to Wester' Swine
Superintendent, CJiaraoe'1 day evening, had a 11.0 record: school and is a graduate 9:10 a.m. with guest superint Several year ago he joined
ander laid Joseph Long for t.M.n.. Daring tilt week of Steven High School He Baptist Church Dining end at, Melvin Barber in Febuary 16. ta the home of Friend Greenshade A.M.E. Church Ranch SL Hebron Community;
nounce that Sunday School they are to play all game away further studied at Florida A Hall. All Soron, Amicaet, and I Candy Lamer on 6 th St. where she attended then to Dean Swine Farm
will begin II:80 ..m. All teacher including a non conference,, and M University! TaJtehamee, Zetarettei are asked to please charge. A capable staff of gv eat, Four new members was added her servlflllloPrecedinll andI'IIve Llttman and will terminate at
and pupili art asked to answer ouUof-etaito with Booker T. Hi,, where he received his college attend. Each ZetareUea U teacher will fill all position! at this meeting. Willie Presha'i Processing
nuked to brine aa IMF special _Mr. Barber I Ie Superintendent t the eulogy, wa a /arm, Quincy, around 1
the roll MIL Uongomory, Ala. degree, and he also received hit The Club meeting will beheld short p nt.
guest, her parenU UajjnTh. ;:; ; : of Sunday School Macedonia PI'OJlT&lll.TM Included In the
The morning service will com It i Ie reported that Coach Master degree from Indian.Univel'llity. or I each month on Monday after tour will be
at 11 The Rev. A. program i II scheduled to Miwionairy Baptist Church, a I the 2nd Sunday Membersare survivor are: Mm. Mattie Swine Feeder Lot, one wits
tnenc* ULeiIV Cooper Mananna team, U one begin sharply at 4 pm. with member of the faculty, Saint; Sapp, and Mrs. Pearl Pearson approximately 100 sows, an appropriate -
the urged to b andalso
II. Hunter meet- of the best in the history of the Mr. William I Ie present
a member of
Soror Vera Daniel serving a* John Elementary School, h. take .Jetera. John, Richard, Cash number of boars, I
usher board active
Choir and an in whatever
age. one, school The lanky and Mt. MoriaH I part
boy ,
are Missionary Baptist mietres and Robert Fain brother D. modern
the of ceremonies, other serve a* scout leader, and project I i. undertaken. You Housing Holt, a borne
one will serve throughout strong, being well experience.<< Church, where he serve a* ipartlclpanU on the program basketball coach at said school,, will be notified where the C Settle, John, Eustine. Clarence constructed Meat Processing
day. Thursday evening, the CarterParramore a deacon, Teacher of the Senior will be a* follow; Soror Ruby lie 1 It a member of the American next and Willie Carroll t tMI'II. sons, Plant
will be held.
meeting
The Junior Missionary Society Lion met Qu nn Bibls Clans, sings In the choir, G. Franci will be In charge of Legion Poet and a active, their Friend See you Dora Hollard, daughter. W* ahall be looking forward
will meet at p.m. It the church, High, from Apalachicola. The and a member of the Trustee the devotion i Soror Olivia Robinson -: church and civic leader. Interment war made in the to seeing you Saturday, between
Mr. Ludle Evans, eupervifor. ivening card Included the C.- Board. will give the history of The service Greenahade cemetery, Simms- 8:30: and 8 45 a.m for registration.
She will be assisted by Mir P. Wee meeting the strong He i Ie a Master Mason, Silver the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority II i will begin morning at 11 worship-m. Deacon. 'Antioch Church Jackson Funeral Home in 1 .
Bessve Qu rterm n. Itevens Elementary Cuba. The Star Lodge 6-, and a member and Sorer Marilyn Anderson Troy Pittman will conduct the' charge
Stewardess board one will C.-P. Peewee 1 load by a slim of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity will favor the group with a devotional service.Introduction Lists CalendarThe St. James AME
meet at the hone of Mn. Con 16-14 half time margin Increased Rev Joseph F. Hargrett, a solo. Immediately following the of Recital Planned
Alexander Sunday. their lead 26.U and member of the faculty, North. short program a business eeea- William speaker R H.: Sunshine Band auxiliarywill I
The A.C.E. League will con- won, 85-28. side High School will Introducethe ion will be held which will involve .Scott, Speaker hold I its weekly meeting at Church NewsService
vane at 5 p.m. with President, C.-P. Junior varsity had a speaker, the entire\ Zeta Family, Stephen the horn of it* directress, Mr At High SchoolCarter for
Joseph Long Jr., in charge. Directress 'confortable 20-4 lead overQuinn Sunday School will commence especially the Soros, Arnica The speaker, a native of Ethel F. Stokes, Thursday, 6p Perramore High a* follows Sunday will be
: Sunday School
W. M. Long assisting. Junior team. The half at 9.:::10 a-m. with guest super.intendant and Parent of the Zetarettes. Hastings, Florida, where he .m. All member art urged,School Music Department cordially begin 9:45: Lm.'lith Supt will Po-
Evening service begin at founded C-P. Junior with a WaMell Francis in An appeal 1 Ie made to each completed the elementary andJgh I to attend. inanities you to attend a recital well E. Woodberry in
<::30 p.m. Sunday School board 45-10 margin, and won 8428. charge lie ta district Sunday member of the Zeta Family to school training, attending Supt. Parthell Gainey announce by Leonard Bouts A wist- The morning worship charge
meet Monday 6:80 p.m. Official TM varsity closed the slate School Superintendent of the please arrange to be present. Bethune-Cookmen College, a that Sunday School ant Director of Band and Professrrr will commence at 11 service with
\ A and M am.
of Florida
board meet. Tuesday 6.30: with a 24-7 quarter. and 43.21 District, A. M. E. The importance of your presence graduate will begin 9:30 a.m. All teacher of Trumpet of FloridaA the Pastor A. IL McGlockton
p.m.I'rayer meeting Wednesday half Ume load. They won 96 Chum. A local electrician: and cannot be over emphasised. University, further studied at and pupil are asked to report and M University, Tallaheasee' bringing the Even
Pararie-View Texas lie i II message
a
1::80 Junior Choir rehear 46. lUfield ElUta, registered 82 time,
p.m. civic leader His Wf la composed member of the Trustee, and on .Florida in the Carter-Porra- ing service. will commence at
Ml!, 7:80 p.m. Senior choir rehearsal points.The. of the following teacher: Steward Board. H* i* AesutantCounty Th* morning* worship service I more cafetorlum on Sunday, 6 p.m. Thursday, 6pm. weekly
Thursday, T p.m. Northsld Gladiator fur-. Thomas William Jr., Clan -, High School Agent, Cadsdeo County will commence 11 a.m. The R... January 26, 1964 at 5.00: ptn. I prayer meeting will be held.
numed the opposition there Saturday Alfredo Stokes, clue 2, P. E. and hold several other N. Bower will bring the message Br. Boucle, who received hi* The Senior Missionary Societywill
Hollis Infant night. The game wa Wood'-Ii', clam 8, Virgil News From OP and civic remonmWlitie!positon *. Choir S and usher board 2 B. $ Degree from Florida A be entertained Friday night
witnessed oy I large number of yockwood, clam 4, Henry Pal TM offering will be lift by will serve at both service and M University, has done 7:30 p.m. Mr*. Mabel P. Woodward
Passes Away Quincy fans, despite the bad mel! Jr., CM 5, Robert Green By Linda Dixie the following ; Edd The Senior Missionary fjciety further study at Manhattan entertaining. The annual
weather. Alfred Johnson wa I will serve a* secretary An Invitation and Sloe!.. William Bryant, Joe Sweet: person and Joseph will be entertained at the homeof School of Music missionary! new yean dinner
Graveside iwvic for little the big gun :In the game with I Ie extended to the pubic The Lions have made many Pittman. Mrs Westanna Sherman, He now tour this area of the will be served
Edward C. Hollie wa held, 8::80I.m. 17 points, followed by RafieldEUa to attend Sunday School. new year1 revolution To itudy The Women' Day Programwill Sunday, S:45 p.m. All mem- state presenting outstanding Sunday, Stewardess
In the community Grsenaboco with the Rev. Holly The Lions will motor to Primitive Baptist Church, Havana and to get along better commence 2 p.m.be Mn.in Visitor art welcome B.Y.P.U. returned from Nassau where he at the home of Ml.. Authie
Buah conducting, Infant lloilli MwntlceUo, whore they will will furnish music for the with Instructor, classmate, and Candauy Lanir will President urge all member to accompanied the Florida A andM Zeltl tiled wt the Gadndrn County meet Howard Academy following service. >mlly are foremost determinations charge of the opening exorcise read attend at S p.m. Shade Coin it University 132 Piece Marching Official Boom meet Mon

ItonplteJ, 8.45: a.m. January 11, Saturday content, the Lion Deacon kiah Jackson, Wil- for '84. Rev. Pauline McMillon Welcome will will be president. Bands Mr Bouie also assisted day, 7 pm.
following a ehort Illness. Ritea will meet FAMU High on the mon More, and Sam Baker Jr. The member of the Annie the acripture.Mr Ellen Paul. Miat Evening worship close the In directing the University Visitor attending service
were hold, January 12. 2at. here. all of Mt. Piigreim Primitive Kent Steven Chapter of the given by William* will render a day services at 7 p.m. Weekly Marching Band on CBS Television Sunday were Rev. Loveknce
The itirvivor area Mr. and BantM Church will conductedthe National Honor Society met Friday Bettye address Mrs. prayer service will b* held Network on Sunday, January Neal, Roosevelt Hinson, and
Mr*. Eddie Holli*, parent*. Mr. I The rich toll of the cypress devotional servieea. the first period In room 72. solo. Inspiration Williams. Selection by Tuesday, 7 p.m. Choir one will 5, at the NFL game in Miss Maurine Branch with Miss
Willie R.
and Mr*. Clayton Ilollla, grandparent swamp I II suitable for growing The offertory will 'be lifted Among the thing discussed wa and the introduction stage lit* rehearsal Wedmes Miami, Florida Marion\ Brown The Rev. Neal
*, Loudi, Linda and bananas at Turner' River Jungle I by Selmo I Bradley, F. J. Cox, the Initiating of new member: the choir Mrs. CandawyLanler. ', day evening 7 p.m. and Wednesday Admission for this affair It awltrtant. pastor of Mt. Zion A.
Klltabeth 1 HoW .t lsters. and Garden near Ochopee. Morn A. Tucker and Willis L. Into the Society. On Januar of( the speaker, before the first Sun $.50 for adult and $.211 for M.E. Church delivered the

Edger Hollia, brother. Simms- Visitor ire surprised to tee Bryant, 25, the Honor Society will render student message.HIE .
Jackoon Funeral Home in banana growing upside down, tinners Includes, Velton Hanks I an assembly program for Mr*. Earlen Barber, special day.Music I

\I rharge.__ ._____along_ the walkway. I Wilfred Kennedy, Felix Moten,, this Each purpose.homeroom elected I representative County education will program be the for featured Gedsdei Clinic Iris Circle MILITARY Johnson Administration BUDGETThe

and other The evening service She I II a nativ of hold it aid
speaker. may military request
to our newly established -
I Ie centered around club Homeroom Congress Gdden County, wheN she attended Set At A&MThe Plans Meeting next year to the lowest
I 1'4portinr.I Member of the Congrew are and complete her etc-1 I level since the global program
I Each member of the church now working toward a successful mentary and high school course Florida A&M University The Iris Garden Circle president 1 began fourteen year ago, it hal
I II urged to attend, and please Vocational Emphssla Week. *., later attended and graduated campus will be the scene Thursday Mr*. Lucy N. Gilliam announces I been reported.
bring along visitor, so the object from Florida A and M through Saturday, January that Mr*. Earlcn Barber Key United Slate official indicate
The junior are busy rehearsing
16, 17, and 18, of the 1984 An- will entertain the Circle at
of the will be where budget
program for their junior play. All University, Tallahassee, I they expect new
nual Florida State Muslin Educators the home of Mr. and Mrs Roy
realized. tr de I request for military aid tobe
received a m*
also
junior reminded to she
are
pay
I I Association Clinic. Held Francis, 408 Third Street In
is member of Macedotna I limited to a littlemore than
their prom fee by February 10. gree. She a ,
under
the joint OIlsor.hlp.olthe Quincy.
$'1,000,000,000.Ift ,
Approximately 83 seniors took Missionary Baptist
Rites Held For Florida State Music Educator The meeting I II scheduled to
the Air Force Test on January Church
r will Association and the commence at 7;30 p.m.. Thursday If* probably a good thing
7. committee
James Welcher The finance Muslo Department of Florida January 18. I all, that some people can't
0OO Devotion was conducted by be In charge of offetoryi Mrs A&M the clinic 1* expected to All member are urged to I really see themselves' aa other
OQ I Chapel aervlre ww conducted the member of 12-1 Mondayand Susie Tanner, Mr*. Jewel Hill attract several hundred choral attend. see them
for Mr. James W. Welrhor,' Tuesday over the Intercommunication Mr*. Mabel Pittman and Mr*. director, band director, siring -
from Betsey Funeral Home system.. Mr*. Grace Cunningham. Pastor will 1 teacher and public school music
Friday, 3pm. The Rev. A. H. Florence Robinson U class give the closing remark The classroom teacher from schools THE NAVY LOG
$100.00 JACKPOTAT I Hunter, pastor of Arnette Chapel sponsor. .ublic i la extended welcome to throughout the date.Beckwith .
A M. E. Church In charge. Roy Gordon, Marketing Specialist attend these services. '
The deceased passed Tobacco Division of the At FACTS FROM COMPTONS '

w. T. Edwand aJti:,- United State Department of 'A' Chapter To Tlit U.S. Navy has rtgulotlens tvtn lahasaee, 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, Agriculture, Orangeburg South Fort I' naming Itt ihipi The 43,000.ton
January 7., following an extended Carolina, visited our Agriculture Polk, La. clots aircraft carters car. named Eny/|
IIIn.... A native of 8. C. Department January 6. Initiate Members r
JITNEY JUNGLE (AHTNC) Army Pat Leroy ofitr famous tea battles [Mid- ,. (
he had lived here for We would like to welcome Mrs.
several of the
: V. Forty-five members BockwIUi eon of Mr. and Mn. way. Coral Sea) and IseoasAmericonsFrank -,
Daniel, Mn. W, Williams
Y"1'IoMr. "A" Chapter will be intlated Manuel Beckwith "
,
Quincy Chattahoo- |
PLUS I Wek-her war gainfully and Mn. Mr.B. Hunter Co Daniel Mrs. II.back King for the Farm Hand degree chee, Fla., la scheduled to complete I din D. Roosevelt). a
to
employed in the tobacco regular meeting '
Ins first
the the eight week of advanced I Tht 0,000- *
!duatry for several year before In January, 1964 In the agriculture training with light weapon at Ion Forrtitol

5 BONUS WINNERS retirement den.News classroom Fort Polk, La., Feb. 7. During I was sam.d -car
Shortly after moving to Fl*. FromChattahoochee The ceremony for this occa- the training, Beckwith I Ie receiving far our fiutStcrttory e """ C5
he joined Elizabeth A. M. E. lion will be performed by the instruction in the ute
REGISTER AT Church, Chattahoochee, Bonnie local chapter officer At the of the automatic rifle, the ) I of Otftnit.
Hill Community. conclusion of the ceremony machinegun and the 35 Inch I' I
Jitney Jungle or Jitney Jr. The survivor are| Mrs. MM! Delores Mashburn membership card will be issued rocket launcher. The S -
Jen tt. Well-"" wife Mr Adel! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. to all NFA member who old soldier entered the Army I

rlwni.\Mrs Delia I Smith, and Richard Mwhburn pledged Delta are In good Handing with the in September 1943 and completed '" f
BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY lia William. Siater4n Sigma Theta Inc. at FloridaA NFA organization. basic training at Fort 'was r

law. Maw Entell Smith mother & M University\ Tallahassee. P. E. Woodberry I* local adviser. Knox, K,. 1I. attended< CarterPairamor };: ) t --
7 P.M. SATURDAYI! in-law. Interment wa In the She along with eight I pledges High. School in II
Ronnie Illll cemetery, BeUsyiFuneral wen Initiated Into the Sorority By Preston nard In, Jr., Quincy. qtfb. The largest crvtieri are eared far U.S.

] Home In charge November 29. 1963. reporter ____. 1 poussiom and leek
I Mount Moriah tories (Guam). Htavy
'
; g 11 end light guided miss
r
!Lists Services lilt cruiwri carry they
comes ef large cllltsDtiMolnti

I The Youth of Mt. Moriah ( ). '
IS FOR I I First Baptist Churrh will have I

their prayer hour at 5:30 p. m. | =
I Tuesday evening. Sister ;rent I
Hartley is In charge At 7.00p : !.
.m. the pastor and deacons
;
P will have charge of our weekly ',
prayer hour. Thursday, all Sunday
PRINTING School teacher and norm' Submarine i,

hen art urged to attend the I I II tayi Campion'sIncycloptdia '
Bible Study at the church at'' -.
7:30: p.m.Saturday. art normallynamed -
I e..nlne.-no.- after siarme -
choir will rehearse at their creators [Sbafe, Shark], .
regular time. All nvember are Tn* nasal nuclear driven, y ..
urged to b* present and on balliillc mkule tubs, hewtvtr.ere 1, Vgt.'
LETTERPRESS time. named far great arty Americana

The service. Sunday will begin (Al.ionder Hamilton,Thomas Jtfftrten). ./-
with Sunday School at :00
."" with Superintendent Lt
fell Clary la charge. The' morning
and service will begin at 11 a.
m. with tins deacons in charge.

AKz. .1. The message will be deliveredby SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By R. 1 SCCfT
r the paMor, Rev. Jane T.
Crotchet. ::i saw fiM
'
Pleaee visit the tick and shut-.
OFFSETSales In and give them a word ofl(
cheer.
In this new yr lees delicate> I
ourselves to the Christ standardof '
.
: I._
thinking the Chars standardof
Literature Leller Heads = living. Visrt! Mt. Moris First o
Baptist Chore this Sunday and':
aspire the gauge by whack we
mea+uN our lives.
Business FarmsG'
I ---_ :

St. Stevens t PB I.OPti s"At
+ : not tlt Mott[
Tags and Labels' Church NewsSunday o.1 AM s4
trrq As oas.4g rasa.:[
r'i' _
'" School at f-09>> a-m.. tea An.I M Ito .OS1.w .

Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service K c 1 the morning Rev service Sam Man at 11 prtsMttngEvening a-m.; with. ,

venire. at 8 30 pm. '
r.MoirraaJ' every Monday' i
627-7649 eight before the first and MHSuBday i
at T Om. Youth due:,
Met* every 411I Suwlsqr at 11 at 4fa4 ..fa'S

... Every tot I II lantod teRev. toa.s.rerq. : f

GADSDEN COUNTY TIDIES Sam th e..att.etd Man sevie. paM ea ..r.I 1' krfaltag, fact ash 41. tare a?s&auc to w sow M taut rYLeatA so.sane is via.5Ss

I I Itaryvount (Collei W Boca, .au,se"JAa_. r..rrr as
I assns 11D14o&wet..aara_ Cuwose"A.
Raton I* condoned 'ky the Religion Sti-..
Nat was geneses's rac.dr'
of the Sacred Heart of' .. ...
IS South Madison Str.t .-- --
Mary It provide a twoyearcollet
education lot young

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.avuMDBf COUNTY TTMS?S. QUINCY ....,.mA. THURSDAY, JANUARY H. 1M4 pAOB! THIRTKtNI

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I af the i.nd* of Ordlnan.**. city .nd mponalklllllM III ium..' a majority roll, I.U affsil open Ila appestat. I
CAPITAL .f Wu( cy, Florida U hrtkyam.mlrd I' lion wit o5e tittkari* of tk* :may: In I".tf discretion, rnw ii..*a(. and puoon .. p,.. f
CLASSIFIED ADS PEST CONTROL ommmm In raid aa follow duti* ot nfrwt ay th* hold n tided( ky law'
;"dirties !!.!. It.tlWrtltnt '.h.1 or 1 Iharaaf ::w. 'Iitr'N''' I tnt Send clams aweucTh, (pin*. INTHOPt'Clcn: 'In 0550 iiMlnnnf
PM Cvatrol fmtti .flu,
mandatory Pg. Rat it tTA1ri TOSS Ion at tn off Imr or emp:nyo. tho City t'ommlo.lnn' ...t the
C.otrl Hat ... tiirto.r and *ntaty..* parttlclpatlna .. PEtmP1.R ( CITY VF hill I eras, durlnt Ihl llrnt of, rlty of guinir on till It day ofMcnmli
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In IIta tI' in the .entlanu II 1'1 N\'Y: hit *nipfoymnt ky nf ,
attach IF......... 'nllr' tilt County r 10011'ANNPIl
a ttodde. ,'.IIM,. Florida.In urn .f ih. iity for a ptrlod of not KHCTION I. That in .Uon.| Quincy from whlrh h* Wllllltr ro. In opn .*."!'m "f lha
Call Tllah.o... fla. r.i.l.atw: :l.u Ihnii twenty yar ab all, ai U.1.1 n.. and II.Iof Ih. I'od. olv pomptnutlnn rllhor 'In Ihs t'Ily t.,'onl.'n "t .ho 1'lIv Itt
l..Iota of I halt rwiu.il fc* rttlrtd on a trdltlanr5a I 1h. City of form "I ... V.. Kilnrv U doe ,of 2anuars.
r I re Q'UI :t' | iir "n- li illv I "n ti's
IIElIlDm i VACUUM COLLECT HI'ATK< ty Kl.lf ABICTII mmiihly .n.ln.., whlh. 'hall .. ,, FI.rlds I the rhrnae ,,lr.len. 1"It "I"'" ,lop I", "",11a1/"" : ,
; CLEANERS I'IIoNEWI'lWAMI" a turn fqual t* one flftl.th or "ell, Audits .nd ,'I.rll' ape nl .nh nlpl'". tr.l, 10" .hll,, 1.r to 1 \I III",''',"
New and ftrd Clttntn HOME NITE 111-1413 l>* tawdi 'holr, .n..I* monthly aalaryuih paf.. Soot hr... hail h.., .. ."., ., '11" I I I" -, ? ,LIi'dair I 1..1 lllna ''till, n. 0' th0 r117it'
OFFICE 321-3711 II i I.. All drill..ft and I'., .no rorelrad : h':11't\\:: thatthree after k* taken o.II"" >n. shall I In I I"i ',.. ." I .", ne CI1F 1ii'
et mole diltrnt and .. .. .
refer
yrar "
l Demand el' '
Any make llavine 1.11I.' r r .1. 'U
FOR RENT On* tn,.* '.'roo.. ar model An.lnHi Paid Holataii llyd by lba .umber .f pain du....,' to the rinano t'Ir.rir i : ; ; ,, \ 1
..... tar 1411. on* two b4n Repaired :.tl :. .tflNe and for ,
\ "i and such of you are ktr.- s.rvlr of aaah prold.d In nd i h> th. now the ''t '
n kom:* for lit.II lro-.o h, t Hrllt Box 151 arPhon iv noiin.d and rwiulltd t* pr*. em doyen., iprovlded that no hrti of Ik* CIty of gun.M.UI ., v ; ., 0' 'Ir"r pal
wik; poli.n.d **k tin,' 177.'ISI Sent any claim' and damanda p.nelon shall k* lea. thanI rar.rrwl u., ,, .xlt'it
bate and Hltok. and all mod 1,1,1,1 I ou. or ltkr of you, may I wanly pr toot *f tk. ...!>*.* KTIUH: I. It I I. ik* much ..tIh. 1,: ,,
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.,. ...n>*. *nr*.. T B ".Icb.!. Cairo Ga. ONE STOP l hate taatnit Ito ttltt. *f Milt- alary par montkl All fflr til)' ''''mml'.I"" and ..I Ii.,. .. .--0. ..:. : 7"- ::: .
o unibon., Pla Pbone HI II ninth P.nlop. Mwardt, .....t- and mvluyr aftaotail ky this City that Ihl. IIrdlnon,"e nmr ,.4
t:'. or HI 1.1111. ,I. I.,* of call O.unlr, l* ik* ,rili/ 'I 1. r>t.rdl,.** of ..r lw Mail the Coda nl Ordlnan,'as ofChip ''''I 1
For All Your I umy Jud of Uadatcn Ceun- routen"t I..r than tktlr ality- of KU.rl.la HICNT |
"Inq.\
Ij I ''I I_AI a0 Ain) FUN 7.1061.. I room.t,1 tl f T V SERVICE I)'. Florida .t his offlo. In the fifth birthday" this pr*Ulon. I. .04{L4Ilit\ \ioel.n Uterria: 1zJw i
,.uit kouit of amid County at msntnlrry. Thli oerllnanro l
)" ,M KENT 1-4 room turn Fishing Needs n lctlon I, tt la tk* blast of hall tali offset upon U* ai,
I.i".d apt. Hot in* t old Watoi ....... "...,, 611 ..... i tillymantlisfromlihi inlsif ..i* City Commla.iaa af lb. City protal, pu..*. and puklloatia o
t"I nl.h.d. Ill B WMhlniton M .la f.saS Lake Talquin Road Ito tint publication of thlt nei that thl I. ordlnanr* mtnd Ik. Provided by law
I'' Pkont Na11.7111. Calla 11 i,'e Two copies nf neck dalm (04. of OMIninPM .f the 'III' INTROI>rCrr In .p.ll oeaal.nof 1
t, r c pmf MACKS RADIO S W. D. Hindi. .. RobrU 1&FARMER'S "r drminl ....U k* In writing. of qiilney, Klorlda: and ko tod the lily Cn.lr.in. tt I'.
and i oh.1I .,.,. iha plats 01 rNIloer. fled for Incltitlon thrln, Cltr of Qulnry, riurlda. Hill $0
,H HUNT Furnlahul uplaira TV SERVICE and ofIs. Macll"n S Thl ordlnanr chill dy of oamkr, AU Ills
apartmnt, llfhl and wafufnl kit Mn.l imllmnmt : i .. hr.'nitIII': : bt sworn tape ".... neon Ill .' ,...I. HAKwen In ,>p.n. '..ul.... t**.
I' he at .r nail MAIn t-IIIJ. II .It>.i any and aooompaniad by a .ld.d l->' lawIHTKOtH'OBn. th* tty of Uulnry, rlorlita, IkII .
.;jilll.r: 5u ns tn rant In ruing,, fee of era dnllar and auch : In .,.. *...1/101I l diy of January, AU Ilil.K .
y
hme Und leadrnlll.r lain or demand not no fund thai of th City Oommlntlm ot th'MT W. Hl.SrtoNHmldlnt
prl-at Plumbing rixtur, ElMtrictl I'lfold.. ( :, Qulnry oil th* It day ofDeoembor t>fflr.r of Oho au
,.I"n. foM.ew7 oI74arrail I M IX Edward: 1141PAMIHI Commlt.lnn of the City *tVlulnry
1" .on luppll. Pip and FUllngt, I A* ....ut.. iif the I pC Witr Hlr Til. Board I aid T.ntaiaent of Eliuktthttntlnp : IVmmlMlon, af th* Cityvjuiwy :! ;
Mdwardi, d..>M..d on Ih* II day .t J. J. r. Or**.
FOR RENT Gas and Oil Htittn 1111. Cltik tf Ih* of qalit aaritrn
lln-t publication L*o*mbar IIturdn.r uary : City y ,
"".. H!. W" Ulnionrr ot th* CcmmNulenIS
} BEDROOM TRAILER i.Inem iidlna uc>lor *f th* CltyCommta thorn. .'- II
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At rn.y* for Kn.eutor nn or tn* my 01
Mill Accept Children I ROCCOI Lion It, In,. Jill. I, I, K 1M I gulnry. Florid TH* rmrt'lT COt'RT BBC-:
r I el ONt JUIiKIAI.: CIRCUIT.aAlHIIiltN .
Home Trailer Park niMTCrew IMNTT, rUlHlbA.IN ,'
I In (I'nur .r Ihs t'ounty Jude, Clark of City of Qulnry sod UtANOKnrNOTIt '
PIIONE MAIn 78828f & SUPPLY CO. 1 (t.dadn County. State or l.rk of City CanunlHloathfr.of 'K! "r IAI.lt
/SERVICE\ I Rlarlda. It 1AMIMCN" lOUNTt WAREltVit'R 'I
44 YEARS OF SERVICE ,. .
In I' .ba INI
/ ON ML MAJOI AmiANCtl
I TN UltC.Al'"KltMlfVl .
IMOlIlT ( I.Mr
In r* Ih* HUtt of TUB a Florida corporation,
To This Ant I-HANK XHWIN PAtE { .. ( ) rialntlftWAI.IUCN
cTT FIWit1DA
PHONE 1MIS37 l'.r....... ..
OR SALE* To All Whom It flay Con ..n' \\I Ci1AIiCIIRY. lint'in and hit wtI.
j 1110 S. Mortroa Sited NUll. I* ...r.b, ,.Ye" thai barny NIITK'U OF AIM I JAMH MAli HAm.' :.
1.5wrnca flld I kll I final i la Pivot FIII: >IoHAI.IIAVIS\111 AVD Dtf.nd.n..
ALB H..*n oom h. "im., TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA port aa admlnl.lr.tor I ol the M I..AN AIIIrtuN! Oil' \lAI'a. NOTICE I 15 ktrtby *Ivan that
FOR b.droomn, S ball., living '"i.j HARDWARE late of Frank Brwln l>0.... dotdi DUN COUNTY, a *or.o""lon. .Ik. following d....rib*d propaii
dining I room kit 11 01"", ... 1 that h* ftl.d his pll. rialmllf"fan 1.-.. In iadn County, Irlur'
Vii" ". ,linn for final dllohlia. and thai Ida ta-wll -
room Poubl 14tk "upnrtl t 1-.4:1.> 100 Prr Ont financed MAin 7-6149 I I. will apply to tho llunorakliII FAI"< rrnarnoi: and hi.wit. (....m.c. at Iht Northwest KANI CITY ATHitnci MAT $HI" TO lounvnii-Kmtutky
North ItJ.n. 14, U It T. nvynolda, County Juria 01 U< tan P'LltOt'NIN, andwr !>rn.r of rnollontl I.rllun ITwn.hlp ..
BRICK HOMES iladtd.n County, Florid. on the T FIAltttfA KITBRPBIKMor I North, Hani* 4 Weal Covtrnur Edward -Ntd" Bretlhltt (left) III... handt with

FOIL ALU Ti4b."r.-o";: ; ,\ Any Slip, Completely I'InUhrd. : hror of llll for FBN8ACOLA INC a *orp r- mod th.ii,'* run Huulk ab'1/' ita1 Kinikt Dv AtliteUca owner Charles a rinldj In rrtnUorl,
: ::.ualA
tan bath hu.l for "la I t.nliul I of fop 'fin. &11.". lit.I ft to Ho point at k.. Ky, following an '
Prior start it lufindnnt. nrrwnml mov flnley't I baatbaU tars ]
".ilni. Call 1I7-IM7. dl0.hiep. so .dml"l.lrater tit the llnnlnt. thtnr from Mid '01.! '
Jan. Ii. .- so #! $7200for ..'.1. ..t Prank train !>.*.., Nivrim I. ....h, tl I"n Mal run North 141 I t,., them run to LovInIlltlCllllluckt.Tb thin of UM Athletic ID LoulivlUt
_._ ___ II..-..*., on thin 10th day ft bas :Iha lollowlnf'I d. rrlhd proponymaltd Mauls It'll' Matt Mill ft.tt for the IM! sod '196 -.onala subject to th* *ppr val of UMAmorlnii
S-Brdroomi. 1A ..mh.r llll In ldtdtn Oounly, riot'
thane l..ulh
I BEDROOM: Iwr.t Uiwrtko' Ida. lo.nrttirrnm h.no run .'\J..N: { Lmint club twnrn rinlcy Mid that h* wan *on.fliUnt .
run North It'll
Tkl I firm. H... loralrdM $46.39 per month dmlnltrtor of the ..'01. .frank th* Nrlhwt 0......' ., t.t ,. th* point of k.tlnnlHfoniatnlni Kratutk/ lana would tupport major Jr bajobaltKOMI .
K: HrtllHM !>'. I.'"'l VVt alas accept your old home )' Erwin Irnv.*, .*..**.*... the Kuulhwttl yu..H" of In* It art, mor or I....
lot. H.. l..ld. I. TII. nail lr.art* ....iKM. >. ?/ Attorntr for AdmlnlMrilorIII : 1hrt North, HaItwn and b.ln. It lot II, ...1.'n.1 IMoalur ---- -
'..iiliin.... Kll, U'.- Write P. O. Rot J24 \\tthlntton I atrtttul vst.t and run (Cast.l foal t.uunty, tlarpla, .but law
tat. b... MM U.... N I" alea. ,.. or Phone \| -.y, Florida 10 a point whioh I* .* '..1 Cuof Townthlp t N.>Hk, Nanp. 4 UM ,
... Flit tH III' 1millf.r..rs 377-6838 Utc, 14, llll, Jat I. 1. II, llll old U r 'A, }1altroad.Thsnra I O.d..11 ('.un'',, riortaa
l.r.no.ll.i e or Wrlt 41AblUJMAN run Moult) /o II' W. .14444 will ha sold 1111 I A M, at Ui
J.... D. *<....> Ha W ran .1. Ctlro Gi. ..Id H II runt of way III Knutk door oIIL* court' hoax tgulnry :

.anileap. VI. U I WAN'rIta-M.I.-. Coat tfl point' of kflnnlntTkw <)...... t' nnty, ..lor.....
u.ual Slab I '
iipporluntiy a com.nlMlnn It'll K If.41 foal
tooth
.n Ms tIh day .t January, I....
arnlna. with a arowlntnu tn a point "' ..c. Pant llll Thl. tai. will b* 01.11.lur.u...,
I s 0$ ins? aid manp nny ,011111 ld of ItrtMhnrt .
Coat In Ik* Want" to. Final l harrsa
I .drnom Hemr nf rotnlnturof
.
FOR PALM world famous loaiy.ar maim.I W. 1
North II font lnt *
|r 3T Burmak.bmal. Htltht Jn"0.'.0/10.lt C.,It'I I .'ISnr s fire('roduul.full: aI.'t: Torino Inh f.t of atroal, tkinv Woo ions.. In this ptndlnt court In wh Ihs.*ln Wan...th.r.Id.*.. 1
ever iVnInlnf
HOMESKinQsberry of livtlnnlnf
!. JI'l r.M t* pnlnl ( lull n.rTloa I le.s
110,000. flan Kirby upend soarIOS III S.'mM laoSbeln'n 'fmnir; :
.. 'l'.r"oon'IY : imrpurtllAit, I ma Plaintiff.
FOB BALE np5.tonal, mers .n .n. ittutlvn Ik* Town and and Wallto Unit Md J.nla 1A

LowDown 'on..IIllId product hlaOa' of Ddtdtnwill Mss ...,*. ar. Htf.ndinl, and
I Bedroom Iloui inn pear. Sanaaerlhi epp era k* nld a t 11104 A M at lbs -. Umkot Numk.r .f wklr
Low tuaily for men enrarunrd In or th* room: hint IUulnry .
Payment Month door .>. I* l-lll 7's.acid ..1I'
.
Flnano.Ini { f } and roo'.ln. ManyIoaolualy ndiln County, will k* sondacld kr
Monthly Payments. 1,1014TAIL Kdwl,
.
and tlllni ..
n.noomp r* the limit dy of J."
on neap,
Urk ft
Already Arrimrd. Nora p.aI (tin*.wlnr. no barrlur txonilflm .01.! will k* "!. 1' rinaClark
mm MoMlllin, 1011 Milnolli I :r.t lummor ,a a rinul IMor** .f ,.,*lour I ..... 0' 'o..elo..

Drlri. uWRnPALM I j (I .line' *, We.hlpplnt labs: inttollaellun.all flntnIn .-. of Ihl pundlna* rourt whnrln In that ooitia Fin S Iho"1In rtd (IHAL/Tflli 111h Edwin day '/ January ur II"

._ Yrlne* btnofll In 'lud. t..o lift oral sarlnsa and 1.050 A..naha-
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.
-- tf
the (
I Irakll
Greenwoodand Iniiimw nnlre.000...*. Writ tl..n r O..10,. fhmnly. a ,..rp'ntnllonL
II **, "n..Udalo'4 Punt S Varnish, I* PUInllff, tnd llniti t.D..I.
WntMn'aDairy. I.
Old I .r heat Ohia t'iara' ** BaUf.
wiftxniit
", : I"I rain rtr.uon an his '.
( La
I room houno and 1 tn- lond. Ohm I. Jan. 1, 11 It rtrtuton, and Weal ri"rda -

ant houa, 1 iiMunry dairy barn GENERAL ELECTRIC In I the Court *f the founiy HnUritriM .f 'all..d. In*.. NtTll'p
wall. K cllnt farm land Judge G adadan nrnntlon, ar NeON I N htrtky alft that ih..l .
:healed: blda :*oalvd I ai HU I: Sunset Acres I i in Prohat County, FlorlJt .n4 fkwkM Numbs otr"ebinlt: sand *f Adulmnl pr *ld.d

lion 414.KnL91EWtV1M. It In ri. KI..', of 1.1.1 That **ld aal will .twndurtrd for ky Miion II.II of th* (ted.
CLARK PLEMMONSPhon. Edwin 1$, Ihul.r' ky rdwln Stan,. ('0'1 nf Hr4ln.no. ('11, of gulnry
.< provided. In the Florid will bolds ,obila h.ar
E 00445 nr **ld Oonrl.
;HELP' ;t WANTED: MAIn 7-ISI1 r 1 To All Cr.ill,l and P.r."n.Itxlnt for..ald Final ,**,,*> *f toffThl inv at 110 e'lMk V. M Mnn-
I \ .1. j "', Ulm. or ....mand. .Inour. day', February: 1 1141 N Iha
't .. Aln.t 101. Ktltt.t llttt *.. "' JOIIII.ry, llll l'ublle Sally Ofll..r atalln,
i u and n. full or mitt'part \. b'Y notified and r>tulr i .d I* pr*. rirk of 'Ir.ult Court '.rd Urttl. In Ih*{My of uuln.ry .
ttrn.t unusual aarnlnaai, cant any tl.lmt and dtmand Bf I/ Dent?ln U. IlnrDC on th. appal wlin* a.i.tl. 1
nlO"on.1 pomntny Cr: no f*' LEONMOBILE 'I'J which you, *r nth.r ., tu, may II from Ih* dnl4 nf the kulld- a
Writ. Nna Tl* ./0 lode. .
wry bnva Ioln palnr *f Ik. City of
d, ,, ortmiANi'N rr oviPiwitlUT
iATl:.>MAN WANTED A Rend HOMES Od.n County* 10 thl Cannly Judtaof IN *r Tlo"a II,t. N.4. make lit addltlnat North r..I dwill.liftt (Ut. M HAPPY ton H KOMI-Pop Paul VI think ehrsrIng
suatunera County, Florid,
"tbl. man to supply ithi .
n'ih Kawl.lah Produot In 8ilt $8tTlc /. *rnr* In the voiirt hnut of ,AM ,. OF room elfin tiFNDiWANt'FN I of Addltlcnl Uiilncf thmnt Mir the ColoMotim In Rom M Mayo Olauro Dtll ;'
t>. Mid ,",mty at Qulnry, Fiorina, / CITQI'tN.- Florid korau*. *f k.k of e Sffl. ronllff. An
nwllah
Qunioy Writ Mmphl. T."... pt l8 1 within ill ral.ndnr mnnlhi fromI I OT FUiniiiA wifFii Tiir lent ran, yard .,..... l-orta looks on tt Ui. wlcotnt for Ih* j joatlmat.d ,

)lAA-lll-HT J.n. Id. II, l 0" Fob 5. II "tWILL N.w Moen. VarlattwGardn.r "* Iii', ,,v of ih* flrl puhlloatl I.IIIIIK"PItR1.R MTT: AI'HITOH, dlM'll AWAHPRArlfl > 'Phi.".* I t:Oh 4F r' IrfJ'I"1101 1,000,000 Roman war on hind II tits rap tf
Concor Bi.waPNic. of Ihl. entire Tw. O.PI.I of 1)P OFT lurid from hli IhritHhy "humbl pilcrlmif |o |Ioly Und.IITUIN .
nch lahn or dttnind .".11 b. 1'1 Oe:: 1 HIAU. IIBflBAFTItnTN : OP Q1INCy:
KEFP CIIII.DnK>l In my than Uud Trailer OPt ( TO 'MHAN. MHAI.I.i ricp.1i.AMT _
'M "" Int, and hll *tal* th*
krm .... after t JO or tall I' and 10 Wld platy of r..Id.n.. and pot nfflr |_ ll"A1'JII l "'I IIIMIX.rn SF' M to. net,*. +-- -- .0

IJ1-H31. Mr*. Culv.rtann ."....*.. of th* olalmant and hall rxci.imi: 'wf Tn, TUB I ('h.lrina .I... II, H It
Jan I, 1* It W* trad for furnltur ot SOLD LEON SNIDER b* worn to ky th* lltnm hi* "IT'INANCII llIlIIf"'I'f' fm" OHI>INAM )1----
< N
VII>RI roil IN Al It T Till
.. .
LAL1iai. Add $25.$60 waekIn anything ., Talu nl. or altornty and ao omiMnlfd AR ONbltANra ,..,
per Stow nlAlttBN OP pAll' tITwMirn AkfnN'
family bud..t .vlolntr .n.., I'I by a fllln: fan of nan dol WAN Ahorrri* R1Y .....,HUN .... or THN WI" r
tar
Watch This Space and anrh ilalm diniaid
.. W HIT. KOOL SEAL or ail 111' onotNAxrng.
'.bll.h. territory ntSr yourhnm. fool Mall k* void "A Vein A HI.. vrrTH or TWIInAuriro mr lit
.. 1Cap.rlrnr. unnnna.ry Each Week For o ,J nijx.-ronn orAII wi'iNrr. FUiNiiiA.l'l PBHTAINr '' .
.hon. Writ )Ir.. Dor U. S.0 H mil watt ol Edwin A. IIhl\l. ciTf Plt.PetlONIlFih : TO THU ..)!'./. levy.P'Nl'F4 .
Marlin Avon IJInt. Man...r.H Real I A* admlnlitrdnr nf Ih*. Tt : ON A Aflm'Sr ii. liii.WHBRKAR. ,.,. TIlIC Pnlnallil
Inn. The True .
Talquin tat* nf E TallFOn *- new'lone.. iTMIt
O. fink Mflli NIIT.UN '
"
a.uu I'' ...* In Ik* frlf" AiD -
III
h.a..a. Values OnMerchandise tlieatloo tap at th. illy of tiuiiiMp wkink N1l lie
T.I.h ua... Florid. rlnt ,. Jansary I, III4iRhlNANrR flTT? RnuClVfV,
was ad.it.it ky t fararaklo 10.1.'If "* % r
J.n. 0, la. it 1ft U : r'.J.
1 That tha ,...lIIh. ttet..r* af tht liLnl'f'Tifilf (.# TM ?
: 3211 WPhM T.nnH' ( M I.'' ''1-1u.n: n {ell J.1 You Can Really OKDItAW! AMBWnmHKIOOTIilN ... II, till, 'k* *H><-. af THtrudtlnr ) } 'C"tllf:1t;: CMIMXITPKHn .
122..... ...* or TMH (IOior *..d l'I.rl" .... aA W' tor(I f iK.TMintTTrir 1Pt
PALM lot ta 101 ton Depend On For j rmMNANrrn., < ITT or Ik..4. nr ar*.ldd f..r, and, >r TMH ('I", TOnn
bars yard ntannra "'o,,,, .. und.r qi'linrr. rixmiDA. rnNTAin.IN'I WMRHKAII _I..M ".1. ,... run nr> IM Tint "..IIM'O"r
TI.l til-loll, 4l- Perfect Service T<. HKTIHKMrNT!: MICNRrlT td II." of Ih* rods .f ...4''.' Pt's\ ,. pmyp-ylNa
Till, :t.I.n f. Union mock Tardi.1 ASH MANDATORT AUK ..<.*. City of Qulnry, riorldalilik Odor! PPl0TT1Alri1YOI or ar it
And Yet The
Albany, Ua1M4 II "K RFTIIIICMrNT: PllliVIIHNU .. ww *....t... or *doHdrtor : ? rrTI
_
_, MR TICS KKKWTIVH KATK t* Ib..4't'ptli>n af th* o.wkart.r r>MINtmtATI'>N A -
Lowest
WE MANUFACTURE Prices In AND CI'tlpl''ATiON 1,,ERmtPNE r rof.md to and d.tif "" Of P5.0505,51'NI'aIIAND

Gadsden IT PNArTRD, pC' T1eRPEftrt.m .t d th* .ffl.*. polllon *r ptr- AMBNl'lNfi. anr
OUR OWNCUSTOM County. OP Till CitY :I" of "('alp Aiitli.r and riork" ''ion ii.i ftr art'11 toil.\!:
Zlc-Ztf Machine. IJTJImh Qt'14cyiC.wlnn 0'1 :1 liM>. d Uterine or rq lrdkrforn ,ERTAININTO r .
or will Inks U.oe p./. 1- L... Model tit. A at* I. That ,,.'tln II I Iha .an*. of oHln t*.k* lP 1 KNllwt iipoiMKNT
MADE mti riitrrn I.. t'fNVlSrl... to...Coal.. ..'. ....
nenb Writs Alias RtwlniCcnten. KTATKMBST CVMMTION .. ; .
WASHERWill riR T FEDERAL, DAVIVrm AND IA. A.IIOMATIOIC rstnvniNNPi's 7'111 0Otmirl.CATIIli 1 '

ISO N. Filafos Iii&.. VENETIAN BLINDS PM For New! Or nAtr.IrPN f OM'NTI fPRftPRa ,

rtnucola. Fla. It l-Tr ...n.... Warranty Alice the clown of k...!...lo. fr* .inkf II, llllAlMICTf PEa rLM tOP 0 I'.rm,.. THB (BT'It'TOOt t>F I -.1!ri' 1 j' ilJ I

QI'I'fI"! .
BLINDS RTTAPED Priced So Low First Wortitf I >ani Sod fNh.r Rrtln, I This BMlM II.I aflha .: !

rint l>.n. ". K.lat. llltlTlltl rd of nrdlnn, City of ,
-
AWNINGS ....... .o Mac/na .nA' _._. .:::._. ,::..::: :...:- 4 01 410oh. 4.lry. Florid It krky amaadd -

.i You Won't Believe It ( .' ;own.4 and- ---.-_........-........- lllIllsRSI t* r *d 't follow*! Of THIIOAIIN4/ TWIWTII-Tbl Ilia rlnttM tm
Eslat "loll.. 1. 0.ar.0 If MyM.1
angina and tUnki to Ill II
1UU.1Ia BauMoUn
WINDOWS M provides
STORM In "Jdg..nt .. ,. ii ii, 4? lrafr .*
Invest..nt W4 1.jij--===..-.=-..= :-.:::-:-. .. 111,0,015 Tbs ptn.l.n food I:' Mdlllo* heat fur UM loaal Mel tohooL I/t CII,. (ten). school *u*>

4) ALUMINUM SCREENS rash an Mind sod.J" Mamba ... ._.,---- III.caW1Jo' la lha .,anal. thai oar ke paid torllto ........ with Ux ownar of UM *n.in.. William CollJlWtot \
COME IN AND Offlo LM Balldlnf .. .._. ... /.'. It from aikar ......*. Mallfl.n.l.t *** Mat all Id runnlnf wail with tbs tuintarr hosting
IwprwHalUi 111,10111 of all twin'Iii dwtttd a.
t'hs.ga ape 0th., fnllowti F1vo par Mill M Ik.flrat plant M Iwti sow boLrits Mod InaMltod to UM ab ..l.IKf .
GET THE
Quincy GlassAND SURPRISEOF A.eli ...... _...."-_..._.__ ..--_ 11,11111 four th.,.."" dollar* Mall
YOUR LIFE aalariM ** w.ex paid ...
la.S.,1a1 ii' offloor *.d _,1.,.. .... aaaomka tnd Katy
II tartlrlpMla la Ik* load
CO.
COVERALL
hall ka ..*.,*,, IMm Mid ..1.
WAMIUTiRAAWL1 an** *r .*'** ky ik* CMy Fln MoneyMoneySaving Main Dish
SU Went JtfraoB ... .. ......,... II ** filrwlor kr Ik. .m.
mJ Wiar* Plagad *. art City Flo* IHtrtor -
I l.o*.* .. !..ura* ., ....... .._. II Ml II 'I"at"m.ftlkly, *l4>a Int*
MAIn 74148 tans I I.HI... -T - ',. .- Illttlltf oh. ptaaioa boil itch rl.f .
l: HMMr>:> i- n. .a... I.lt II .1. *ll 5.1.01.* r wIse.
SHIRTS 1- Nw Modal 4I" ICA "irphi* ___, _.. ? ? ,, I.MlrtftTtrMATH .. !!!.I.!!!!I rt''', aaatlhtioa ./ a .,.
W Irlpeel : .*..! .. lha ..*.*! ikro.fwkk
RADIO .. *> shall k. *m4 ., l. Ik* ..,.

nd ... Range ,. only $129.95 yeaf runt Mdej J/.r for bbs ally .. wan

PANTSLAUNDERED TV SERVICE HlthClatk tadLUtlSniderWells a. uo*.1. Tkat ktio, (it
I k.r.ky otrtlfy that I am ftWtary.Traaw* af Ik* Flrat .f a*.,. II.i *f iko r4. af'irdlaaa
..pair* .. All Floral lairlni. aid Loan Aiooxatloa of Itdtdta Cauety, Wall- *.*. Oily of ./lay, Florid
Mat .< ..*>.. a,. Florin*, sad that Ik. atataiMal of OadtilM of said **>.la> i* krky *m*.dod I. ,.*, M
** *
u.. a. of IiMomk.p '1. llll. ft welch ik* .u.*...4 t* aa ..... hilUwt
FLUFF DRY arts *ablo' EMOrHO .. rC., npy. wad ..10" .hnl am Jaavary IS un I. /he tlo..... no..., .oat/s. 11.5. Treat... less
I Tim.*, a ....,...., tI.... I* Ik* JCotllikj: |AO...|. ..* afr.1 .... .11.4 far f **i laOa"te.nl.i S:
.
B *! 0.5755SURDAT'S tie w. J."..... SL ...*.lail"* lo lbs *.*>ty U wktoh the aaootia*!**)', k.*Mtfftt rl*,ry Ki. aId
ItllIUtitr I* loaalad. 4>

REPAIRSALTERATIONS .401(* tf She ,ICBr FLORIDA ; .' ._. _. ____ .___ _._ _C I. Ow.afcy___ __II admUbMrod a.Tba' pinks bVl.f..*1lf d hall..lose.eINMS k*:

01/r wraa ,,"re_ lULU MOD IIElVIC'Er woo N. 9mmmmi9* mm
RCA WHIRLPOOL ,r.ar.N NN ta oa f,ndh
I u 8ATISMM ALWAYS 1 irtM *aal| .... all >-..
WASHERS & DRYERSAIR ...al* rlo. and .. .IMt.a* farko
MORROWDRIVE *d.lal* I'.*d .*..... ky aMa ariuta All
I I v M tMdmi CONDITIONERS I fod ..< MtorlliM ..14 Into mtktld
IN Tw Jay ky Ik. **".... laid list!)
Rent alau.. ''N .......,.. win Ik* I CLEANERSWELL f0y'Iaa.'al FOR SALE Colored IMPERIAL .... ,,,...... WM ...11 k* II. t
t, UtnM Hvy.
O rtly
!
,...... ..-- A -- ... trMMror fir Ik. lr**<*.* of Ik.
*0.5.0. $aauabl.Ia
REFRIGERATORS ...,..
Motel & FREEZERS faad *ad anal tr*
In..... Special kll k..a ark t..... I. *.pwMm ". t

htiskIs 437.5143WUIVa Ina. foal sal k* altsIt Is Mont. -

It Apartment large RICHARD T. MORRIS 1b sale basses, oI ,b ,. Soul perk kma HHMtklr r!lVr .P..I*. _'- l it I Ia ....If.*
d.r Ik
b..1
krlm
flna
DRILLING l: Ika **tf l* Ik* *..* tit kit"" (, IRIS |la*>d wink itrvo* ynwrt**. Tk 4uAr( I* U*

W..11O Peaa.Mo4Iho. store 3 bedroom _.... aad U (.. ... *tf.lM old ftakloMd kind and. with brawl waannod with arl.r)1 eel's

ratarlnt a Ceaattt i iu. .. becam a motluii picture REFRIGERATION 1 .. M liatla f.. Ik* *a/. k*.p. and .as., tad kMMlad with tvtcnratW K .k for M-rlf Si amiss.Mao. .
fe.He. Uroctor 9 South Ins *f * .. af D3ln PUMPS la UI J and nor dlrtcUir house, pecan and Jackson St 627-8549 or OMP tr**,..r ko aravMod kr Th fr'iy-w* t IK flaw
.. *r Jmrigatio I shown web a* LaiV alb!' I.. All awaloa paid IM. or bald ... the fruit; Wad. *f ttuflng.

rv Guld. Hd> boa bees a "'I, !I* ; other fruit trees, all .,... Park R..a1
TERRYROSAHARDWARE red<< leaior UM ...,.... ', Mtd M I*. *.* mf M., aara-
at.. k* aro.td4 ky tow fr it*
I ___ | I to 14 !lb. eats n. H iMnann MMT
CO.I ? 3 lots. WU1 sell POSITION AS SUPERINTENDENT OPEN i.tMXMat of *4ar any fa.1a. > rukbed *
*
on park Wa rMM I W * to all for tt* Ma004.4 bs.I.N. I. N (.r *. MIII:::
x...*. StTalUkaM4k i near right pnMlkla, MUakl -...- *kHu4 4 tlk-eo stilt, kretvl >* alp ***wratd
lltl S..lk n.r1tIe 'hooks but K tM prattled *.-i.1of / cheap due to Dines Perecmetd poIIIIoIa op.s b s.p nsl..d sho ablppt.qand M > *. 10 !. pr*.... far 'I *u* n lf tkopead oatH, H roll arnod/ pass >"

penehM Id..11 .. IUU wcnhoulllq with tetabIIaW lend MBnl ctur1w **ffl.l.o4 seal ,ass/.. 10 ka ..55.ad I to : .." tuwad OMI 9 .........* dry awtidH
.urr 101 life' <> ; i>.ojMiy I* a> *4 all payMU .
tn IMM.
: Julr.
I I **
*
j t> H aH *
-tW. 53M6OT. Havana e tBp.
... .
>
WUhtr ( from ko/kboM and HW ml tar.UtHy
ci MBplor.. D .. ........ ibei Lpn15 tv*
: all piW w torn. toM mam i -l4. Till II IIf thr'eogh (tout I rU brad Into mnO pars., Add MUry.MM .
t.pd.
ik i -dal of ortiaan n
D. E. ARNOLD WELDING SHOP 1-2,9.1831 fed oral with hrt.fMtot crHtxy egp Ae e.. cps. ,* Ol* ". rtafMa if* krky yf Mil. k.p,.r, *... mpontad milk and Mitt Hlhtly( Mtkaravfhly.

I ad ether tabaa1Ir& .M.naM ts foal .. '.....0' tl..... atufflnf M._ In* bvK.Ut l ....,*. CtirfWtvy
KADTBBIDGZ. CCOBCIA ', 7slle5 ".11. ,......... Mrllbu Plan In ..
tkr.... *r anf. tl* Ik. r',.-t tl>|*thM. ka.bif *

Tobacco tvffl"TraflM and BodUn Mock to Ord g. W. B. Roddnbry Co. Inc aar l.y.en1 fr .a.rlatlo bf mba 'of i.losp, wKk fs4 Md n. S.I. ta rluid .law! 0055 i W*' f.> for i't
TW who tt alwiyflooUM = iM knnM Jules la a swat,
pvrm* I 11b..olM *f a*) of .* War Mix j tprfcH prrrt. mtuttrd
baod far a >b. CatO e* wellsRai. I put fr rldMa kvrr _,I... b.wsr5tl.5 and rrmlr 5150
islet oo llltF yrr ***ll .IoM 1 kwl Kamot Cow frM ***a pom 11.4 :t

24&333 $dabddgoh :..'- ; kM ....... !. .. a* to """ 'ij c.Ira Geoep4tt I+: ?f 4 ..t_.. ....... aXitr U arse and ,, tu mat until neat ia ton*, app'
: UM 0ha
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PAGE FOURTEEN!: GADSDFN COUNTY TIMFS. QTTTN'rV, FLORIDA, TIIT'1U DAY. JATTOAUY U. 1M4


I rlcan girl who IKOOIIH ,in* lead. -OUTSTANDING 4IRLS
er of the Independent movement Lunchroom I J. A. Smith, 70,
,
Bits And of her country where her
I courage and sharp wits serve Menus Succumbs Here
her In good stead Of coursethe

Pieces communist outfit that In January 20 January tl 9I Funeral service were conducted
selling these books brags thatIt I [ for James Albert Stn.tti:
, Is registered with the United 20-
Monday, January 70, of Wetumpka it 3 o.lack ri
BY HUTCH Stale Government That just Oven Fried Ham yesterday afternoon from the
make It fine and 1I Casserole I
I dandy. Apple, Sweet Potato Antioch 'Baptlit Church with
be little bit old fashioned Greens ( )
I a Turnip
must or Cabbage
Heard a lady friend of mini the Rev. H. F Couch officiating
because 1 can't for the life of Cornbread
make a statement the other da Interment wu In the An-
hook She sal d I me understand why our govern Butter Uoch .
that really me Cemetery
merit will let that kind of literature : Chocolate Pudding
that the had been working har I circulate In this country Milk Mr, Smith a native of Gads-
all morning and I Inquired alto I den County, was a farmer and a
especially going to the expense Tuesday January 21-
what ahe had been doing Deacon In the Antioch Baptist I ) r
; of letting them use our Hamburger Steak
She said that for the past tw, 1 Church of which he was a
"looking postal service for advcrtlalnipurpose Rice and Tomato Gravy h yt
hour ahe had been ,, *. String, Bean memberHe ,
collards I said "looking ot '
died at 11.45 Tuesday
Cabbage, Apple, Ratidn Salad
.
cooking? She said "Iookln, morning In the Gadsden County
1 was rals&l, on a farm and Thought for a while Monday Bread Hospital.
collard were quit often on ou we would have a repetition of Butler
Survivor Include his wldnw,
familial the "snow ilorm" we had several Butterscotch Bar
dinner table and I am .
Mn J, A. Smith
Milk - - Wetumpka,,
with the cleaning process butnever' year ago. Sure did look Wednesday, January 22- Jeynean Woodbery Rosslya Fletcher three daughter, Mr, Vern ,
had I heard that term. strange for snow to be falling
Harden, Arcadia, Mra
She said that looking meant here with the sun shining and ; Crackers Vegetable, Beef Soup Jeynean Woodbery daughter of Mr, and Mrs. E. T. Wood- Spadaro, La Harba, Calif.Margaret, and,I

cleaning and searching for Just a few Mattered clouds In Peanut Butter Jelly Sandwich bery of Gretna hew been selected Senior Outstanding Mrs, Madeline Mlkulua StJ
the and them not directly
cater to sky
and that
worms rollards I bug guess laying like overhead. Egg Salad Sandwich 4.H Girl for January. Jeynean i* president of the Double Louis, Mo,; two IOn, W W 0
Fred Smith
) and AI Smith
that are quite common In a given Peaches "G" 4.H Club and also serve as a Junior Leader. She both pf Quincy, two I

locality, strange In other day I asked at the Francis Kiwanis McCall meeting Mon.if Thursday Milk January 23- received a county medal for her outstanding work in I. M. Smith and W E, Smith| rifts DESTROYS HUDSON RIVER PIER-Hudson River Pier 67 till
of Quincy and sister smolders In New York as darkness falls following a Eve-alarm
he had heard from hi sinter, Beef Hoart clothing. Rosalyn Fletcher daughter of Mr. and Mrs. one Mr
Kenneth Maxwell of Cretna Margaret who live In*Balboa, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Adrian Fletcher of Greensboro has been named Junior Eva Walker, Tallahassee. Ore that destroyed the structure and damaged two other pier
informed me one night loot and Serving a* active pallbearer nearby. The Ore wis discovered by Fir Commissioner Edward -
English Pea with Onion
Canal Zone, the scene of recent 4 H Girl foe
Outstanding She is Council
'week that his son, Walter "Red"Maxwell Pimento January. delegatefor were Farris Parramore, Felton Thompson a* h* drove past and radioed the alarm. No
killed a big buck deer anti-United ion* and bloodshed State dernon lie said tn-, Tomato, Lettuce Salad the Greensboro Sr. Club and president of the newly Smith Woodrow Brockman, o. injuries were reported, but damage wa estimated at $7M,000.

recently and had his "cousins"Ryron 'No, not yet, but I'm sure ahe Roll organized Juniper Jumpers 4H Club. She received a M. Harris, Arthur Shuler and
Suber and John Allen R. H. Strickland --- ----
Butter medal for her ----- -- -- -----
will have thing straightened county outstanding work in frozen foods.
Smith as witnesses to the feat the out down there in a few day*. Congealed Fruit Dessert Photo by Photo Studio 4 Flower Shop Honorary pallbearer were L.
lie declined to brag about lust her time.. Margaret Milk ,_ D. McMillan Dalph Parramore, .
antler, but Insisted that It wa give S. J, Alex McPherson
Friday January 24School's Joyncr ,
r.
la the wife of Paul Morgan, also T'S SHOW YOU HOW
"big buck. Robert L. Parramor our
a Choice and Maxwell
of Quincy The Morgana have
been resident of the area for W* hope that you will keepIn Gadsden Peach Industry Fletcher
Heard a big argument up atJlamllton' mind that these menu are Th, J. B. Adam Funeral
Cafe one morning many year subject to change for the following Home wu In charge of arrangement SANITONEdry
last week. Francis McCall, Albert reasons: *.
Dixon Carl Fowler and Jeet Mirkinson 1. Government commodities

Gerald Wynne had just finished are delivered which were not Creates Lots Of InterestBy
Providence HD cleaningREVIVES
sounded ,
to me their like coffee everyone and It wanted to Died Saturday In the county when the menu ..
were made. '
pay the bill I That la all except i 2. Community food habit John Russell. County Agent the tree as well as the outside, Makes 64 Plans TIRED
"Frank" Gerry won the, Jest Randolph Mirkinson, SB, are considered this I I. necessary for the fruit
he the check of Quincy died at 8:10 Saturdayevening the time the first .
argument paid : From commercial to and
3. develop ripen properlY.
RIse In the cost of a food Members of the Providence
January 11 In the W. Item. planting of peach trees Fertilizing of course Is also necessary Home Demonstration Club
Bifocal play some funny I T. Edward Hospital, Tallahassee. 4, Availability of equipmentand was made in Gadsden Countyby for development of thetree i made plan for 1964 studies at SUITS!
tricks sometimes As the S T in 1957
on people personnel A Company and the fruit Each tree their meeting Wednesday afternoon
most everyone knows, Edna, my Born In Brlnson Ga, Mr. No here hal been a lot of Interest receives of ,
menus art given for Fri- one pound a complete at litre Fred Suber'shome
'wife, I I. also my bookkeeper.: Mirkinson moved to Quincy 12 day because of class planning by more people In the county fertilizer per year age .

Friday she ws tilting at her years' ago and was In the plumbIng and school preferences, The concerning peacne. People's of the tire. After 'the fruit II i Mr*. Alfred Suber Jr. presided S4 1\ peer hap end Idols awls, 1"1.ht..
desk and asked me to sign a and heating business He Interest was from two basic
Friday Is picked each tree will receivean at the meeting and distributed
menu usually hot it
roe sup
check that she had just writ was a Mason-Shrlner. riitftugh linming tired
viewpoints: a potential cash rivivu q
dogs, hamburger or fish additional V4 pound of a nitrogen year books which were filled -
ten. I was quick to respond Funeral services were conducted crop and a supply of local fruit fertilizer. out with the coming 'ear'1proll'am. (.i.a,smokes In.11II glee rib sew. 0.1'
Reached and took the"plOn" at 2 o'clock Monday aft- for the housewife to ) s
over freeze!, can
out of her hand and got ernoon, January 13 from the Eddie Taylor To SpeakAt or pickle Spraying of the tree will seer hoe Jannon WiS i'. tssltttsIks
begin a the weather Plans for the made
a good burn on two fingers. I Thomas Memorial Baptist Women's Meeting In 1960 a small croup of and the* tree begin warm to bloom.up and chairmen appointed.The year were. *ri+gsed mil Rmth sf the obm.
thought that was a ball-point Church with the Rev. Guy Wade farmers decided to plant enough
Thll 1* necessary to prevent program which wa pre- gives' IIMWlesis !hIt( the
she was holding, not a lit cig officiating, assisted by the Rev. themselves pry
Mr*. Max Walker, chairman acreage among to disease and Insect A commercial sented by Mn. Marjorie Greg-
arette. bifocal need Dr Charles I feel| .( M.MH. See bee .
Maybe my Bishop. of Youth Conservation has determine further the commercial orchard will receive Home *ur ..
from ory, Demonstration Agent,
changing, Interment was In the Brtnsnn ,charge of the at the potential of peaches, The pert k
program eight to fifteen sprayings In ayear's dealt with "Food1 Relation To press riilirn (hi tngmd, !
Cemetery In Brlnsnn, Ga with Quincy Woman' Club tomorrow 964 crop Is expected to be the "
Our post office box Is filled the J. B. Adam Funeral Home Friday Jan. 17. EddieTaylor proof of success or failure of time. Dooryard trees can Health. drape sod RI ?es'. be ransomed
usually with five Food guide given to
get by to eight were
a couple of time each day with In charge of arrangement. will talk on, "Speak Up his trial This year' crop sprayings the member to help them and pee tent staid Inthnl'.11, '
all kind of literature, and occasionally Survivor Include hi* widow, For Your Faith." W A. Skrove, should be large enough to de- Many homeowners have planted their families select better .lliQ* Soniloni tiivKt-fli
a few check and a Mra J. R. Mliklnsnn Quincy,
director of adult education In termine If a small acreage of diets
peach well
lot of bills but there Is a tremendous a daughter, Mrs. Charles M. Gadsden County, will also be peaches can be profitable for tree in their as yard as other since fruit the The next meeting will be at wpinor' dry legmng .That

excess of Just "crip"A Smith, Tallahassee; two brothers on the program. Mn. Charles he average farmer. A total of tint commercial the home of Mr Allle Good- hasps sets
planting of ase looking ,
major portion of this Junk Is Bill Mirkinson, Mt. Pleasant ,
Brink will Introduce them. 420 acre will be In production
the Hosford
peaches created man on Road.
filed In the waste basket quite and A. D, Mirkinson Jacksonville Mn. W. this such an Interest longer, I. ,
W. Massey has charge year. You ,
often without being opened. and three sitters, Mr*. of the Fin Art Program for The grower have already Information can receive complete r. f;
on the of
care these
But Monday 1 opened on. that Fannie Mae Penny Mt. Pleasant the day, Larry Dnrmlny, Master made their plans for grading, trees by contacting the Veteran Kenny Noe, Sr., again
i made me little bit sick at the Mrs. Annette Bateman, County
a of Music, will appear on talking, and selling the crop. Agi(cultural training race horse at Hialeah
AgenU. The Home
stomach Till envelop contained Port Arthur, Tex, and Mrs Leroy this program.The louiewlves will be Interested Demonstration Park this winter wa the champion
a well printed brochure. Lunsford Rlchland Ga. meeting begin at 11 10 know that there will be a the Agent have all Jockey of the track first
done In four color, advertising The Master Mason member o'clock Friday Jan. 17 at the place act up for them to buy all canning Information on freezing, meeting In I92S.: Ill* son IsHlateah
t'I at discount price book printed of the Shrine Club served .. club house. the peaches desired for home other pickling, jam and '* racing secretary.

., In communist Russia everything pallbearer: Roscoe Mitchell, us*.
from the Constitution of Wayne Henry Al Cote W, W,
Before a crop can be sold It
,
the Union of Soviet Socialist Whltmore, tithe Edward .r.': Ryan Edwards hal to be produced and there' are BEAUTY SHOW Fifteen year ago the average t
.I Republic to "5 Momentous A. Q. Johnson Visits Mother Here several very Important factors motel had IS: unlta, accordIng '
Books' by N. S Khrushchev, Brother Mirkinson was a past In producing peachci. First the Doris Shofner bal just returned to Quality Court President t, ti'
They were going at "bargain' president of the Shrine Club. Ryan Edward of New York reel must have enough chilling from the Gulf State Beauty John Lacock. Today the
price, too The constitution City was here for a short visit tours of temperature below 45 Show In Mobile Ala., whereshe average motel bas over 30 d
J was free If you ordered enoughof Weatherly Gets with hi. mother Mrs. Steve degree for the leaf and bloom attended classes conducted[rooms t /1
the other and Nlklla't literary Edward, lie flew from Orlando buds to develop and grow nor- by outstanding hair stylists from
'\ effort wei* going at 25 Mr. Edwards Is accompanist mally, Earllgold and Maygold different parts of the country
cent each Such hogwash as Jumper BadgeFort for Phylls Curtin, who lion varieties planted her require She invites all of her friends
"Socialism and Communism;" concert tour, 611) chilling hours Al of January to com by to see her at Bettye BRINKLEY
!' "The Revolutionary Working: Burkner, Okinawa 1 we had approximately Beauty Salon. 7 E. Jefferson I FURNITURE CO.
Class" and Communist Move.nnent Army Capt. Emory D. Weatherv Bridge Club Meets 575 hour, so If the present Street la Qulncy
; "The National Ubera Jr, 26 whose live In I
parent weather forecast are near accurate .
lion Movement.; "To Avert War llavina, recrived The Master With Mrs. Richardson the tree will easily MisP
{j' Our Prime Tank" and "Imper Parachutist Badge during ceremonies .re 1
ialism (that' usl of Mn Jack Richardson wai, calve sufficient chilling. Another JZF +t "'
Enemy at Fort Buckner, Okinawa -
factor also connected withthe
People, Enemy of Peso" tinted hostess to the Tuesday mornIng -
In early December
weather I II late freeze If
-
ai a must was "The Brave duplicate bridge club. Sand '
Ciptaln Weatherly receivedthe
African Iluntreu" written by sward for having partlclated 'wlches, dips, cake coffee and a freer occur during or after ij1} : lVE

an "author from Nigeria who > In at least OS: lumps, four Coca-Colas were served Prize I blooming the crop can be lost rn" 11"jl morrow eeanefJ
Also adverse weather after the
tr rapidly emerging on the of which must have been made awarded were boxes of station' IN
fruit Is let can cause the fruit
world literary scene a* an im- during the hour of darkness.Overseas ery. ,
portant writer." It went on to since June 1903, he Mr*. R, H Strickland and to drop. MATTRESS RENOVATING CORNER MONROE AND CRAWFORD STREETS
aay that "The story I* about II parachute officer of the 173r Mn Sam lllgdon won flratplace. t At the present time the trees ..40'O"/ $9.91

the actual experience of an Af- Airborne Brigade on Okinawa Mra. Henry Weinberg Jr,, are being pruned and fertilized. "Leisure time la when I ONE DAY SERVICE QUINCY. FLORIDA
and Mr, France Faulk second I Trees are pruned to provide sufficient your '
Captain Weatherlv entered the TOIR 8ANDRAN DEALER
and Mn Ben Duncan and Mn, sunlight on the Inside of wife can't find you. i
Army in June 11)31)
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ana High School In 1039 and
received B S degree In 1939 Porpoises a* a specie ol f UIIIUUIUI
from the University of FloridaIn marine mammal, are highly In
Gilneavllle- telllxent.1 However experience

ct666 Ills wife, Betty, I I. with him at Marlneland of Florida show
over e... that Individual porpoises, Ilki

people learn. vary In their ability t o::11 NOW IN PROGRESS.

A single female octopus may .
spawn as many a* 280,000 eggs The dragonflsh exhibited al
VITAMIN AND In a period of two weak, according Marlneland of Florida ha 11 si
HEALTH FOOD SERVICE to Marlnland of florida. poisonous spines which ca
Special Dirt and I 'cause a serious and even fata I I ito1i1jn
Health Fowls Adult who fall to take care wound to human being Ii
'I
of their children are the one
Miss Audrey Reives Owner I who complain later that the South Florida sportsmen Ube STOREWIDEJaury
903 W. King Si". Ph. 127-7111 young people have little respect picked up at their hotel 01 r
I for.their elders. I homes driven along the highway .
-- -- -- then either go hunting 01

Let me build you a completed home. No fishing In the same amphibious
vehicle The charter service li II CLEARANCE
money down. F.H.A. Financing availableIn owned by Adventurama, Inc, ol I Iff
Miami.
rural low
areas or city. Payments as as

$49.93 a month Including deep will and Ron Hutcheaon the Australia

pump when required. FJiA. Inspected and jockey who rode successful ff All Departments ss
In Ireland In llWO-fll and ii
Approved. 'For further Information call England this season plans tispenu o 3

part of the winter freelancing 1 rr

CLAUDE EHLERS at 627.7816 I at Hlaleah.Phoa II lfl'IOt f'dl LADIES' READYTOWEARMEN'S


GA. FLA. BUILDING CORP. \ \

1100 West Jefferson Street Qulncy I 0// () \lJj. 0 YOUTH'SBOYS' I


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MADAM FAY PALMIST PIECE GOODS

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Thurs, FrU. Rat.. S

GUARANTEES to wd your ENTIRE LIFE Jan. 1*. 17. IIWHO'S I Sale i

pant present owl I future She ak noquestions
but WILL TELL you what you MINDING I SHOESLADIES'
want to know, giving, 4tM MItt f.ct. of THE STORE
hunt!*.*., love, health and family ffairs.Telia
m you whom you will MARRY and Starring Jerry Lewis a

whoa If tilt note you love Msea*, and 5 MEN'S I
what to to be ...ceM..L'IU unit -

the -III| r tJ, hate B MM* Moods and Sat! I... 11OOl'Buruun
relatives, I'IU"1'1"" | bet_ MAN
aol WIFE. Make up low's quarrvla.Telia i LUXURIOUS Values FOR THE HOME '
CHILDREN'SDISCOUNT !
If ilck.Ms or kid luck I It natural weenies. evil In- WHO'S MINDINGTHE I :;

fhrane end bad lurk. DON not tell you to pWa* you BUT =
will toll the trash. tine vlnt will repay you for dmippninU STORE I

mint .hi all ottwra. I not only rf l your life kk. an open ALSO I
book but I also .help you out of your tn.U... Medium and DEPARTMENT
divine Keillor. w -
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aiwm to 10 wr..*. Why b* ..MH4 tick and Sea III... Tao We1. WE GIVE
worrUj when you can he h.lp.,1 soot everything aside clear. Jas IS. t.. St I I
by consulting THIS GIFTED ADVISER YUM WE GIVE
THE
rvwyon wcfeotn. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I nuk no UNDER
house U hou e lla. She wilt prove that you ran obtain YUM TREE a 11.E .1J

your foli**. Kvorythtalt aarrrd and eonfkdentl.L Madam UII
a =
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Jay I II llecmwd by the State and County. located pemwn.Mitly Starring Jack UBBMM,
in her own home for many 'MI'I in TalUhMm. Fla, Carl Lyaley.Bdt t; .": = '3
Highway .0 East, 3 Mile out on the JackMeiriU Highway. AdamsMOVIES

Look for tilt Hand Surn. Open daily from T .... to 9 p.m. s
and Sunday from 1 p.m. to t p.m.

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