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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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I '.'\''>'\\. Plans MeetingOn Diabetes Tests I March ot Dimes urive


January 27 For People Here!i

Presbyterian men of the

Ochlockone their quarterl.x District have meeting scheduled -1(Urged By JC's j jI

for Monday January 27 ai me ,In
Havana Presbyterian Church The Qulncy Junior Chamber County Underwayi
The ladies of the Churrh will ''of Commerce conjunction
nerve a barbeque supper at 7 with the doctors and druggists
o'clock prior to the meeting. of Qulncy will start a campaign -!
Churches from Madison Mnnticello today Thursday) to have
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Tallahassee, Quincy III. everyone In this area tested
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vana and Gr.lna111 be rep for diabetes. Southern Wires Howard Dean
resented. I The method that will be used
Guest speaker for (he occasion -j la painless quick and In confidence 1
will be II Spilngcr of A little folder giving i., Promotes Three Appoints Key

Ja'kllOnvllll.t.l'y of the facts about diabetes, and envelope
Synod Men's Council The subject addressed to the Gadtwtcn Floyd A Raised, manager of Drive Leaders
mutter of His talk will deal County Medical Society and a Southern Wires Incoipmaled
with Alma and Activities of "1>1't'ypak" test strip may be secured ,announced this week that In
the Men's Work for 1964" from any drugstore! in keeping with company, policy of Alex McMillan.
Charles Leonard II president town nr from your doctor or a i promoting within the orisnlza-
NORMAN COLLEGE CHOIR Special juests will be the m mbn of the Norman 01 the Havana Menu Group. ,-."..ihm. (if thm J.'"........ Hon. three Gadsden Count resIdenln Leon Weaver And

College Choir, Norman Park, Ga., at the tenth anniversary of the Thomas Memorial -- -- -- The ;"Dreypak" j.I-p-j.I a lit had been promoted to the Patsy May Named

I Baptist Church which will be observed 2. The choir will Scout Council tie piece of paper about five iiipCTVlnory 111rr.
Sunday, February
I pre- Inches long and one Inch wide. Those promoted were Charles Plans for the annual March
I lent music at the morning worship service and an hour long program of sacred I Stapled to one ..nda a real r Smith and Lee Roy Merrill of Dimes speeded up with the
music at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. February 2.I Meet Scheduled small piece of white filter pa lo shift supervisors In the appiilnlnienl of several key

per. There li a place for you lenders fur the 1H4 drive,

For January 30 name, address and telephone I He* I'lrlum en l'soe Nine Alex McMillan, Leon Weaver

State Attorney Hopkins, 3 Quincy Slate Them of the annual Boy ,doctors number name and a place Instruction for you 01 and Miss Pstsy May, daughter
; of Mr. and
Seoul I Council meeting li the envelope tell you to pane weaving department, and Ron Mrs. Don May, werenamed
I Bank Officials "Stff'n 1hl'n America ScoutIng I urine Into a clean pan or jar aid E: Irmleuxs' to shift supervisor today by Howard Delia
can make the difference," one to two hour after eating i a I In the finishing County Drlv. Chairman.
according to Waller A. Demllly. large meal, Including at least I IJlulb ment dl'p.rt-I Mr. McMillan was. named to

: Is Seeking Re-election Are Promoted I Council dinner for nd\lrt recosnltlon two slices of bread.. Dotatoe I Mr n.melt praised the Inllls Chairman the position and of Quincy Drive
and a sweet desert. Then youal'8 t Inarlm live, Interest and technical proficiency will coordinate
en and their wives held the various
will be volunteer
told lo dip the small while of the three men who groups
Three officers of the Qulncy at the Elks Club In Talhiia'. Mr, Weaver beads the
Slat Attorney William D. filter paper into the urine, after Ingram have, through their own motivation group
State Bank promoted and I next Thursday January 30. which It Is responsible for putting "Fact
Hopkins today announced ai a were Pre-opening placed on a piece qualified themselves In folder"
candidate to luoceed himself, all other officers and directorswere I start it U.3D activities Adult Mill of toilet Issue with the small Will Speak less than four yean of experience -,the home solicitation mailers Into
pm. gueitsattending At of this
area. Plan
piece of filter paper up, and allowed In lit* industry for thepromotion.
to the May primaries.hopkins '
subject re-elected by the itock- will be awarded ",old'nUIII. to Next raIl for these mailers to reach
dry overnight
laid he li running on holders at the annual meeting ."" for taking part In the morning the strip 1* placed In Teachers' Meet --- --- Uulnry residents early bent.
Mi record In office. "I invite --
Scout skills I week,
group
being demonstrated
Monday in the meeting room the envelope and mailed.A .
the public to examine my record of the bank.Promoted. by Boy Scoria from HuBli Ingram field rrpietentative INDIAN FESTIVAL Miss MsQulmy High,
Slat Attorney. I worked spokesman for he Jayceessaid
aa several
Troops Dinner will be for the Florida Kduca-: SchtM
hard am working hard, and were William Bradley nerved at 7.00 o'clock.A that the strip will be lion Aisorlillon, will On January 2A, at R pm. the : Senior au'tiviltes! direct the
simk to
expect to continu. working hard Munroe, from vice president new award, the "Covered promptly processed and the r*-i the local teacher at their midyear Junior and Senior High Melhn- teeing which got Underway .
sod diligently to make the kind to executive vice president Wagon," will be based on district cults forwarded to the person Gadwlen County education dint Ymilh Fellowship! of Centenary cake sale last Saturday with a
of State Attorney that the clti- ; Stanley Burnt, from cath- attendance using a per concerned 11* asaured strict Association meeting Church: will complete a sponsorid by the EI.l'h.n..ul'I .
lens of the second judicial circuit ler to assistant vice president, IOn.mlleformula.. It will be confidence, Mr. Ingram long member study' on Southern Asia with an local teenage servo
ice
can be proud of." and Ken Markham from asslstant awarded permanently to the district The pamphlet slates that dla of the teaching and edurallng Indian festival. the Exchang oi-ianlutlon sponsored by
hopkins has aerved ai State cashier to cashier. having the highest score 1 betas occurs when the body fields, hai been a supervising Indian food will be aerved and Club.
Attorney for the second judicial Re-elected were 1... D. McMil at this meeting. The host district cannot make full use of some principal, executive secretary of the program commute will b* Dean *>pr.ssed hope thai \
circuit since 1947. lie baa been lan. president of the bank; E. B. Is not eligible to receive: foods mainly the urboh). the Florida Association of Stu dressed" In native coatumei. Quincy cltttena will join with
selected In 1B49, 1953, 1957, Woodbery, vice president and this award. that.. or sugan and starches dent Councils and assistant The program will consist of tli* above leaders In supporting
and 1961 for four-year terms, trust office, A. U. Macon, assistant Other award for adult volunteer because the pancreas, a large secretary of the FICA Department an Indian game, reviews of what Hi* March of Dimes fight
aLways without opposition. Priorto vice president, and AI Broilers Include threeof gland lying behind the atotnach of Secondary School (the two groups have I been study against crippling birth dtftctl
1947, he served ai County Smith assistant cashier the coveted Sliver Beavers docs not mak available enough Prlnrlpali, tog, a skit and s devotion. and arthritis.
Prosecutor for two termi. Directors who were reelected for distinguished service to boy. Insulin to turn these food Into "Ethlci and Kdurallon" will lie: pointed out that grvatulrldei w
.A native of Tillahassee. Hop were I. B. Hlgdon, J. C.Hlnlon. hood and the rare "Wood- energy or to store them for be the topic of Mr Ingiam'i Id.dr. PoiTrNTRv'IIF.PORT have already been mad
bins graduated from Leon High W. B. Munroe, U D. badge," the most advanced future use These cigars or ..., to he delivered at Quln- The CiadsnYn County Forest In the five short years sine the
.School. lie attended the University McMillan, E. B. Woodbery, Srouler training recognition. starches Increase the blood sugar ry High School Auditorium at Servlc .reports. no woods fires March uf Dunes first directed
of Mississippi and received Richard Gardner and ?.!. B. Others Include Veteran, Scout. content until the sugar paseei a a m. on January. 24.- since January I. Three woods III attention against these two
his law degree at Cum. William D. Hopkins Bates, Jr M' K evian ci various Ir.lnln.. through the kidneys and Into I Kxpwlence asa parent and flies last January burned 41.1 major health' problems, follow
berland University, Lebanon'l'I awards for den C her., scout: : the urine, and this loss of carbohydrate :aa an Armed Forces commander at,'.,.. Ing the victory over polio
Tennea.ee.hopkins. I masters and other scouters. energy causes the aim help lo qualify Mr In The rainfall for Qulnry Is Already, nearly 73: March ol
li past president of Mew officers for the coming,, symptoms of dlabetei and may gram aa an outstanding speaker 1.10. Rosedsls I I. I Oil, ll.vsna Oliins-fL-isiwcd tr..tm.ot cn
the State Association of Prose- Centenary Church Plans year will be Installed. They:: lead to fatal Illness If It Is not In vited this to field hear The him public Is In. li I HO and the eounly average i.r* sis 'n operation, bilngtng
controlled.
outing Attorneys, ha. been an were elected at the CnuneJI'i, -- I. 103 improved neutral tv. to child
cllve vestryman the St. annual business meeting held in I Listed as the moot u.ualavmp. hood vlc'.lms oC birth Jefictt
I! John's Episcopal Church la 1 November, toms are liM-reas In thirst con. and srthrllls,

pact president of the Junior ----, ftant hunger frequent urlnfr Memorial Qn of these treatment' IIn.
Clumber of Commerce, I It past Special Prayer Services -- lion, Ins of welgkv Itching,IThomas Will ,ten* financed' by !Dim* fund '
Vice president of the Slat Bar easy tiring channel In vision la Incited at the University

Association. .,. and ii a member and slow healing of cull and Medical fuller In GainesvIlle
of me Governor's Advisory The annual preaching ml.. scratcliei. Techniques being developed'
Council for Law Enforcement alon at Centenary Methodist Listed, as most likely prosprcti, at hew renter will Itlmalely
In 1956 he was cited by the: Music Club Sels: Church Quincy, will Sun- 're over weight, over 40( years Mark 10th Anniversary benefit not only the children
Tallahassee Bar Association for open 01' age, related to known dla-1 I receiving tnilmont th..'.. hul
outstanding service at a prosecuting day morning February 9, following -, bullet and older women, I IIt The will/ help ill children. -similar
: Thornss
attorney. In 1959 he Unique Program L a twenty-four hour pray I.. estimated that there ire lilt Church will Memorial Bap'11 1- --- I ly slrlrken. future than 0,000
was awarded the Jaycee "Good er vigil over three million dlabrllrs In tenth nfMorve Us 1 Amerlraii bible' born each
Government" award for "Int Ai Preaching the week-long the United. Klalei with only a I ruary 2.anniversary Kundey Feb Three RenamedTo year with significant birth defect .
tlallve and contribution beyond January Meel l and
little *
aver half of the sane 40.0(10 ehlldrensuffer
mission will be Dr. William R eases Ten yean ago, 10.14, on the
ordinary
responsibilities to Improve known Hundredi of thousands from rheumatoid arlh
your government." The Nineteenth Century Composers Cannon Professor of Church nuxe may develop' diabetes If I first Sunday In February, Uiegroup GCH Board rills.
Florida Pro will be discussed and theirworks and Dnn of was constituted Into s
ecuUn, AttorneysAssociation History the Cand- they do '
not follow balanced church certainly rnllritone At the same time, sclantlctl'
Its first chose Hopkini for Illustrated of the at Quincy the Januarymeeting MatteClub ler School of Theology, Emory diet, keep weight down, and In the history" of the a church,, CommissionThree now supported by 14 millionin
"Furtherance of Justics" By
{University, The Reverend Stacy have periodic physical examination March of tuna's grial have
award In 1959. affiliated with the National Starting with J75 member.
Federation of Music Selph of the Glynlea Methodist by their doctors, the the Th<>mai Memorial Baptist already uncovered clues which
Club.. Church of Jacksonville, will lead folder emphasUei Churih: Is now s thriving rhurahof member of the ( .".- may lead to the prevention of
Feed Grain The club will meet at 8 o'clock the music for the mlsalon. It also stair that diabetes more than 341 members. Th den County hospital Hoard many of thru disabling eondl.
Tuesday night January 28 at The customary prayer vigil ran be controlled by planned church budget baa Inrru..d were rcappulnled Tuesday aft- Uons.
the Quincy Woman's Club. Tb.. |will be held in Shelter Chapel dirt the keystone of treatments, three-fold and gifts to all mission Protein it the County Commla-; "I know that all of IM lit
Sign-up Dales board meeting at 7.30 will precede .. beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, exercise; and In many eases, causes have tripled. lonen' meeting In the Court- ;O.dld" Cuunly want our chll
the program. Mrs. G. F. .February t, and ending at 8 Insulin or an oral medication. HpecUl fiir i. for the ores- house. lien to be horn healthy and
Larkin will be In charge of the [a.m. Sunday February 8.I don will be the Norman College Mairu Shelfrr ami W f) live happily," Mr, Dean said.
Are Announced program and will discus Nineteenth I All preaching mission service Re*. George Harris M.P.C.A. Choir: of Norman College, Lines of. Quincy and Dan IJ'AI-, "You ran help |* assure this by
Century Composers She I will be In the sanctuary of Credit Norman Park Jeorgla. The rmberte of fhitfahont'hee were' Joining with u* In giving ,*".
The local Agricultural Stabilization I will Illustrate her discussion by Centenary Methodist Church. Quincy Holiness group will be In thargo of the renamed to the hiwullsl hnaid 1 ernualy to the March of Dim*
and Conservation Service presenting Miss Marguerite Sunday service will be It 11 Service ReachesAll muslo for the morning worship Three t'Clllnlytffld.l.. turned this January"
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office has announced the official ,HendrU who will sing several a.m. and at 7.30( pm. All weekday Revival PlannedA period and at I pm.. Immediately In their' financial rrporta far ----- .
dates of the sign-up period ,lections from, the Nineteenth services, Monday through I after the backed lunch It will the year, Tewy M riiw..in, Memorial
for the 1964 Feed Grain Century era of mu Jr. Friday, will be held at 7.45 each series of revival services li lime present a I hour program of county .la. assessnr, submitted Thos.
Program The sign-up period Piano students of Mr*. R. R I morning and at 7:30: each: evenIng. planned for the Qulnry Pentecostal High Sacred Music. in eicei* Income of 177712,
will begin on Monday February Kincaid, Ronald Tolar, Susan Hollnew Church at West "The Montlrello" Production All the friends and formermembers r.dwleLlr, county" rink an !'Laymen's Da/
I 10 and continue Ihrorgb Fri Lodge and Allen Smith will Dr. Cannon has written Jefferson and Virginia HtreeliThe Credit A.uorla'ion' west Income of ':'.703 3), anal
reached
of the church
many analltime are cordially -
day. March Z5. be presented by Mn. Klnrald religious books and many articles visiting' minister li the high In credit aervU Invited to com to the Judg j|. y H"'yn.Hds. county The Thomas Memorial lap.II. .
Fennell May ASCS county Ronald winner of the State Rev. George Harris, of Judge. no eirts Inwm. .
for religious magazine: and panUir to agriculture by extending 12,. irrvlrei. and the basket lumh Church has designated Aun.
office manager In making the Farm Bureau Talent Contest,) the First Pmlecontal Hollnes During the afternoon ...
pamphlets. He Is a pant president I43J3S In short and Intermed which will follow. the morning s day January 28, ai "laymen
said that noticesof I will : lion, the "
play
announcement "Hungarian Fantasy. Church In Tallahassee. Hoard drew Iiiruri' Day,,
of the Association of Deana iate-term credit to 297 farmers worship. The friend olNurman
feed grain acreagei yields I by Klelllng. This U the 101 of Okl Ia- many names for the year 1If14) .
have been composition -of Methodist Theological Schools r Harrta e native In the sswrlaUnn'i territory College In Quincy will This Sunday will be *brv.
and payment rates he played in the contest and Chairman of the board of homa. ha. served as superlnUndent during the calendar ed throughout the th
year IB6J want to bo present fur the program thrnt
mailed to all feed grain producing -He will also play "Sonata of the East: Oklahoma ON
tOp DEAN'S i
trustees of Protestant Radio J. B. Clam aeiTclary-treanurer of noted music at 1 pm LIST II.DtUl c..fIIVt'fltton: In MnnlnU
I farms In the county. 13) 1st Movement' by Btethov I Conftrem. of the church for
and Tel"IIIOICf'nlf'r, of the association reported this at the ehoecit.Farmers. lion i.f the abundant work'ac.
I This was done aa far ai possible en. Susan Lodge will play: I The Reverend Stacy fielphwai several year Ills tongmt pastoral week. .. Mini Janice Fltiumoy of Quln rompll.hed by laymen la the
j in advance of the sign-up "Soldler'i March" by Schumann woe at Shawnee, Oklahoma The ssKN-lallon I II farm.rown.d t, .has been named to the Dean' Churrh.:
period in order to give the ; "Wild HoriemenJJ by choir director at WesleyMemorial where be served for and operated a Tax Uit at Florida BUI University. Both the morning and
farmers ample time to gathersll Schumann; "Walt*," by Kthu-l Methodist Church approximately twelve year serving farmer credit cooperative In A member of the Junior 1'1.... service will he conducted evenIng *
the facta and figure at to. bert; "Tarantella" by Heller; Lakeland; Aamclat Minister of Prior to his recent move to Tal- eight counties of the Bend Mia Flournoy Is majoring In by laymen and the I
how the program can fit Into "Rondo Alia Turk," by Burg. First Methodist Church In Or- I.ha1M *.* pastor '"f achurch are* with the principal Big office Guide Available social studies and U Ih* dwiitilr be directed toward massagesCiii "What
their farming operations. M.y miller; and "Blue Danube" by lando; and Is now In lila third in Dayton Beach. located at MonUrello and field of Mt. and Mrs. Clyde Fluurnoy. men of th* ehurrhts mean lo
strewed that the 1964 .Feed Strauas. "The Lark." by Tachai- year ai minister of Glynlea The marvelous way In which offk-e located at Madlma and By Berur4 ( lark. j jAsswlsl the Kingdom of God.'vul ."
... Nl .> I'
IC..U. Pate -
Methodist Jacksonville. -
kovsky: and )flnu.t, by UtI&* Church Mr.llarrt. pntenl hu message Uulncy, I'eenly Asset C ---= _

litt will be played by AU... The preaching mission to will strengthen and enrich our "lit keeping with the cooperslive to you have an Income tas ... Iii tJ I'Tf' g.1. ...,!.,J_'..H1..'" ."",,-,"J BI''I,n.BCUC -
Exchange Hears Smith. sponsored by the commtsnion llvea greatly. We will be pleased principles of the aaenrlatton problem. -
HoiU and hostesses for the on membership and evangelism to have you visit and share $3,30 In dividend' and I Who dnesn'lt
Discuss meeting will be: Miss Marguerite of Centenary Methodist Church these blesulngt with us at this' ".115 In petronag refunds Farmer base their gsa *peHal >
Bywater HendrU, Miss pearl under the chairmanship of Mia time.: stated live Rev W, C. were paid member during MJ., Ui problem For example" ,
Nicholson, Mrs Huston Roger Ailie Ferguson. Iteration pastor, teas redwing the actual cost how do you figure the year's]
Mental Health *. Mr. and Mrs. William HughMcKeowa All member and friends of Services are scheduled nightrr of the rrrdit aervlc," be added drprerla" allowance on a ,

The Rev. John Bywater rector' and Dr. R. R. Kincald. -',the chunk are cordially United beginning Monday, January Mr. Slam Mid the fICA has cow that WM killed by lightning ar" -
Church ,to attend. 27. extended I24.2g2.iu In eredit oa Jill a. IIW1: ,
e* St. Paul's Episcopal .. 0
Wellt
spoke before members of the -- service since Its organlxatlwi in
Exchange Club en January 1113 and now fca* M3.6W: In Ve. thert's an ans.rr In
Qulncy 15. He was Introduced by Fennell May Is _h -wned capital and plain language, too .la the
Program Cbalrroaa Mitchell N. '17I. 77 In acosjmulate, e rs> Farmers Tai Guide, W4 e ing*. lie*. publlshml by tile Internal
Drew.Rev..
Bywaler spoke on wen- Guest Speaker Officer* aid director of the RevenueMenrke.. Free eop***
tat health and predated a list atwteUon Include Frank l.,. .r* available frem the eounlyagricultural
of term and word used in At Civic MeetThe 1 "m" *' Gretaia, prttident; agent' .,11r..
mental health problem He Richard H. Itmpt/Itl of Monti- The buokM ran be valuable
then defined these words and ..1 ABCS .cello, vtce-prettidenl; W, M. In- aid to farmer In the prevention
County oflee man of ef I MI Income las return
termi illustrating each with Quincy, director: f 8
manager, Fennell May, Caoley ., Madl_. Consulting the tn guide will|
amusing stories. A8 interesting spoke to members of the Qulsvey director;
fact brought out by Father John Klwanl Chub at their W. W. -', Jr. ef MooUcelto. help you '1'.11 aomrsie retire
regs. director Mr. eiam' and lake advantage W las
wai thai in his diicuineawiti tar sneetinf Monday. ; generalager
Quincy: doctors k* baa Mr ; and C. .. Xlaer, .. savings.
May eiplauied that the
aiUnt. Th 144 edition el the Farmer's

found that 70 per cent of all Mcretorytreeeurer.At .
Agrtnttianl (4aMluUon .
.ndr.oa.r.tUoII
to doctors' offices laCeeUneed ------ Ta* O.lde eiptain Molt ,
patients Service, commonly ef tile Income Ul rule. which ,
( ea> Fag MM I referred to a. ASCS I* an The Leaf apply to IInn''.,. Nmnereu
agency of the L'oJled: Mate De-
1 It'esiUesMd till Pag Nle.>
FHP REPORT part wII& erf Agriculture' program This Week

Sgt Ralph! Strong of the assigned .. ASCS. either FIRST MPTISTSUNDAY .
Florida Hlghwsy Patrol ***>' ey legislation or fry aulhort- Leaf Theatre attraction for '
hone drivers to use the lower ty of taw Herretary < .r plg beam on their vehicle tare, ar* snder the general attraction Friday end Saturday.. *OtMfl hlag the First Baptist Church
during twilight hears hi of a Kate ABC Conv the OK CcIff.. and -tad the ..... IVMSMM C. OtUto
the iMinilng and evening and ..... et the hula level andeatder 1'11. from CM MlB." sumng .111 be sxeecUag M both aerr- SERVIcE PIN At the tomual banquet lou Belt-\
also dialog daylight In raiL ---- Uw general direction .ffaraerelecUd lUrk Dou*!**. laehMled ee tVatlrday iron .....,.. Hudson employ*. held * moke or fog. OUTSTANDING Anoetkx Brooks and Ed Willie Brendenl I county eoamnlt.tee ** triple fnture will toiTbe Th SMmlag sersmi wilt bl HOC ., Drapery' Cola U shown lecelvlnq a l Bilk
.... Strong reported that I were cboa by the Qnlaqr HIgh senIor class os Girl I] et the eneMy lev*L MamwyTke Vir*,"l B4Nled, ThrM In lisa Pee, setvk pin from his wU, Pisienkrtioo JIQf mad
ineo January I of this year .e- and Boy of the Month.- Coil Rude of the Exchange Club' Ceucny AMCS .ct. til January :M there hare bei *... _J W Cimiiiie ta the sod Swine 1* srfteduled Sun 'MS fe Bonk lit r $ accidents assist man Uijuries which sponsor the project ta shown with the two after! :....... (II ro.1ftI lay ftllIcb.i Tge djy .I14... 'loti i W..I Tike Late eii I to Balk Hudson sLic .September 1341 when Mr. Cain

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SAVE (1'tfit 1V N"' ..JftISl\: FOREIGN PERSPECTIVE; AID IN
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4p Colonial Brand Quick Frozen ;4 Senator John L McClellas.
of Arkansas has e record of
Selected for TEN EItHESS ... voting against foreign aid since
1954. In mld-Novtmbcr when

HEAVY wit the before current the authorization Senate, hi give bill
notice that he would tgiln op.

CUT UP HENS. _if pose niUon foreign In t Senate lid and speech told just the
why he would do to. Hit res.
toni why ti* ht refused for the
troth year to give foreign aid
in affirmative vote should be I
known to all concerned cI U.
2 Zen. across the land. Despite
FOR BAKING W-D BRAND TABLE TRIMMED CHUCK! hit objections the bill wn p....
ed by the Senate after IS days
STORES of debate, 83 to IT.
FOR STEWING
Roast 48 The measure' authorized $3,.
La.
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED CHICKEN SALAD 702,369,000 In spending for thus
PRICES GOOD THRU fiscal year. Senator McClellia
JANUARY 2STHriNN CHICKEN & RICK W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN BEEF SHORT told the nation that the $10
25
billion committed by the U S.
Dims PTSNaa IN* COPT.ISNT-IMRES
to military' and economic aid
lk CASSEROLES since 194 bad produced results.
RjbS38 t
.
t3< STANDARD FRESH
"not too gratifying; Indeed,
REGULAR 39* IB. i they art extremely disappoint

Oysters 1-01. 49xRES W-D BRAND TABLE TRIMMED ROUND eON SHOULDER! I he tog said" One the can fill find of nations In history such

9ti STANDARD FRESH HORMEL CANNED BONELESSHams M indent Byzantium which relied -
too heavily on foreign aid.
Oysters 12-01. 791 Roast IB. 5 8" The whole thrust and empha-
0 nil of our program li, in my
59 judgment, misguided, to I have
FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK 3 LI S2 W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN, FRESHER 1 100pio( PURE no alternative but to continue
my opposition," the Senator
Roast. 391 CAN I aid.
G Beef 51' Helps NobodyHe

,rG. 4S< SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK I cited eight general short
comings of the aid program:
Sausage. 39x l r) 1. The U. S. hat either lost
sight of the goals It pursues
... with aid or pursues contridic-
COPELAND COUNTRY LINKSausage" S Plain tory goats, 2. Assistance creates .

5 9x s bestowal envy and and hatred resentment and by hardship Its.

or FROZEN by Its refusal. 3. U. S.aid .
KRAFT VILVEITACheese FOOD often encourage the development
I Self or perpetuation ot

LOAF L 89 _____ a [ torlillim nulntaln by power leaders by anxious clamping to>>

1 Rising MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY, MEAT government control on all facetsof
pRGARINE x" life In their countries.
8UNNYLAND PORE OLEOM ., Pot Pies 5 .oz. $1 The Senator cited continued
r6fR Limit 1 With of
Lb. 39c pi' nationalization Industry In
Bag Sausage ww_ a RtBrPBmptlN $5. Food Order Turkey is an example of this
r MOB list objection. Our nation he
= MORTON APPLE CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT .
SO EXTRA STAMPS WITH GA. BRAND PORK slid ought to provide underdeveloped
ELGIN YELLOW SOLIDSOLEO SAVE 201. GOLD MEDALFLOUR countries with the
Brick Sausage Fruit Pies 3fS: ) $1 benefit of our experiences In
massive growth through pi'I-
EXTRA STAMPS WITH' PALMETTO FARMS vale enterprise. Tail his not
; IX"TH been our accustomed practice.
FtY'lO"DA ORANGE
Prepared Salads Instead of encouraging nationsto
follow our leadership as free-
J J IXTRA STAMPS WITH J LB. SUPERBRAND s J u'ce 4c;; 99x enterprisers, we lean over backward .
1 to let It be known that we
Cottage Cheese cannot Interfere even to au,.
LB. MORTON BREAD PLUS FREE BREAD PAN Rest that private ownership offers .

Limit 2 Us. 0 S.LB' 39 Wlf method superior of conducting advantages the as commerce a
With $5. rood I i Dough 3 P 59x of a country.>>>
?
Order More I BAGS
50 Extra 4 U. S. aid often never gets
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASt Of
any further than the ruling
.. TN...PMes.OT.N TAOn 0.aA" class In a country. ". Often this
Fish Slicks k country gets no recognition for
r r, the good Its aid Is Mid to accomplish
eo..TN.... JANYA.Y aeTN t;Mr 8. Massive aid- $2 4
SAVE 9*- EACH DEL MONTE FRUIT Limit 5 pl oM
'U.Y".N- billion to Yugoslavia! clone since
1 1 .\11 1948 to Communist countries
Is reprehensible.. Foreign
Cocktail 5""N'$1.
-- aid Is a major factor In the U.
S. balance of payments deficit. I
1)( 8. Military aid does not keep
SAVE 3Vif! EACH STANDARD Limit 3 with $5. food order j nations from falling under the
50 uIrJ.tJ.ureel S IHIH
Communist yoke. (Armed might
WTTH THIS COUPOff AND PURCHASIT Z. r I la the only thing that does this,
.. P..t, VROIIN''". Tomatoes 303 CAN 9 1 % NM y Senator McOllan said)
Enchilada Dinners S Strong Senate opposition to
foreign aid, of which these eight
.cos THou"'HW'.'aeTN SAVE 5h< EACH VAN CAMP Limit 3 with $5. food order objections from the Arkansas
AT ANY WINN-DIXI! urIiflIT Senator are examples, undoubtedly

72 [ ) P or k & Beans 300 CAN 9" outs made In the potslble amounts the and healthy thevarious

U. S. No.1 1 White use of limitations the funds placed Total upon cuts

r.:.' SAVE 9tt< EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 2 with $5. food order amounting to about one billion
50 Earn.' creels Sta1ratftt 1 were put through restrictionswere
POTATOESIARGC placed upon assistance to
Tt+q AND nfRUrtsit aggressor nations, and aid was
= /IIOaN Catsup 12-oLlomi 9 I. banned to eountrlei that ex.propriate .
properties of U. S.
BoldKingHushpuppies companies or annul contract
.eo. TNu JANuA.T aeTN SAVE 12< EACH KLEENEX Lb.ATANY'WINN.DIXII with them without giving

7J x 10 Bag 39 prompt. and adequate compensation.

Towels I 2L ROLL PKG. 29',: There Damage are so to many the Dollar obJection.

SAVE 10 EACH DEEP SOUTHMayonnaiseat able features to foreign aid
< GREEN STALKS 1'sic I that It Is hard to say which Is

rs>th'td.'cruSt;> Is most the damaging delusion that Serious leads Indeed

VNTN iw eowc I / |AHO rutoMi' 39' Celery. 2 FOR 29< created to feel that through national foreign security many aid.Is

Coconut Cake JUICY MCINTOSH Some Congressmen following
SAVE lOe; EACH KRAFTMayonnaise Administration leaders have

14 :;ANY. ;- ,i 49 Apples I 2 LIS. 3 9 F tease said ble. that Yet of tile this after free money spending world make possi more de

QT. than slop billion, the U. S. Is
sun the
________________ willing to only deter nation war or able offer or
defense should war come. Aid
beneficiaries remain largely unstable
50 EiUiil Greet! St .jWm w OIVS and like Cambodia, don't
.1rW.OOO!'OM AND PUHCHAJI OP know to which aide they ewe

Iaua Ne, N CR4e WNT M\Y ._: loyalty.
_.Ilif But perhaps the financial
Blue Bay Chunk TunaJANeA.Y strila to>> which foreign aid has
aeTN r. rf subjected our economic strength

13 ATAN'I WINNXIt t3TAMP / '1 t President Is Its worst' commented feature. The In July late
YOUR CHOICE 1 rmmm I I that the U. S. would be bankrupt .
if France and Germany
Ii BLUE WHITE-ARROW. I VACUUM PACKED should present their dollar
.
I credits for payment. It remains
e frightening situation
S Astor Coffee thug lose of gold, one that holds
T1tlr'.1MgOt, AND iRItKltt3ff 01 'Detergent" the poaalbi'lty' of bankruptcy
and chaos ki the free world.
ONe a.W)Aar D* Ss n s It Whether our creditors can maintain .
StralN erry Preserves confidence In the dollar
II m I} while we Insist on being so
S. .t. .JANeA.Y ..A/ GIANT BOX 1lB. CAN reckless. ls
questionable.
.
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.u. WINN-DIXI

4 !. SAVE 11' i SAVE 146DETERGENT. F ., ESTATE Treasury TAX figures INCREASED Indicate: that


Sov. 21 tf II :5&* COFFEE Save 14Folaers I collections Ml Increased rf substantially eeute taxis In

fMExtriaw Greet Slansj Cheer GIANT 58 I} \ ss 59x Ii Use Collections fourth straight exceeded year IM ,000..
| WITH THIS COUPON AND nMOVtf Of | .... 000. from' June M te December"

ONI LAKAI.... '- Limit 1 with $5.00 food & I S Limit 1 with $3.00 food TI I ]The was comparable IM3,400,000.figure Thc. forM .e

Alka Seltzer ? Aihs. order or more. order or more.h tlures Indicate an locreaie reported .
e TMM juuMt asm et 4 to this sate.GOIDWTE .

> AT ANY WlNtlDIXtt c\ 'lf4r.mi1 .. .. BEGm: DMTO

.. Senior. Goldwater launcb.dIda
I .
impugn for u. White
... !House at a GOP fund-raising
tinner at Grand Rapids Mkht-



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the treaty. IHe
timed his attention teNew
315 West Jefferson Street Hampshire caw''
for vote U the Mirth M peas
Uemlal primary that will ta
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Bill C. Crouch A CAPITOL -icultw* Doyle Conner or State I RECREATION
Superintendent of Schools Ton

Attends Atlanta LETTER Bailey, both of whom usually
rote with Bryant. NEWSBy AROUND JJ fi\cr; fA\f c 1 i'\V}

Rexall Meet At for Kynet, It was the
By Jerry Mock
topping, at 36, to I rugged political Th. L.5iJU U UcI
Donn James hL
A hatchetman says
Bill Crouch of Crouch'i Rex- Tallahassee The tttge hat career. a ; :
all Drugs hat just returned from been wt for the final frantic for Bryant. Kyne wt JUNIOR: BOYS BASKETBALL SQUARE
year of the administration of known to hive struggled with Tuesday. Jan. 14- Cities
attending I series of Rexall
1ffil1)W[ ( )[
Drug Company meeting In Atlanta -Gov. Farris Bryant. It was himself he against had distaste.some jobs Kyneewas forwhich Service Warriors 28, Wilton's B tubs fNj
which was attended by likely that much more would Laken 93- Quality Shop Celtics
happen before the ended. now In an ideal spot politically Hawks
leading Ratall drug store own-' year M, Bell and Bate -=
In the Job of attorney -
Art in the country.At I Arty Gen. Richard Ervin wat' general the Ifl.
of the beat In
the meeting RextU'i 1964' proclaimed ". Justice of the one Leading Scorers
marketing, advertising and sales Slate Supreme Court replacing state. Player", team TP The other day I happened to _1 -Ii-f"fl.I
plant were outlined by repre. deceased Justice Glenn Terrell. Others waited In the wings K. Deason H .14 think of the time used to have
tentative from the company'i I Ervin was generally declared this election year to challenge C. Conrad W 41 about 400 chkkcni and my _" m.l {.J.t.)1lI..111 1
national headquarters in Loll deserving of the pout to coveted -,Kynes' right to keep hit Job O. Suber, C 41 problems with throw For one ':":'
Angelet. by attorney kicked joy\ pact 1W4. Possibly moat for S, Sanders, W 34 thing, I'd never been around
Highlighting the day long fully *o to speak updalrs.la midable was Rep. Earl Fair- J. Langley, C 38 chickens much tine I'm a city
series of meeting were panel hit place at the state's attorney cloth the smooth-talking Miami C. Harbin W 31 slicker, to whenever I had to
discussions on Item of vital interest general was Jimmy attorney. Falrcloth, raised In Johnny Smith L 30 lather eggs twice a day I
to the Levy County has had obvious S. Stoutamire, H 1'S outfit to put on.
drug store field Kynes, the Marianna boy made had I special
today Eraphasli was placed on good, former Ocala attorney, political aspirations. He was M. Seay, H "6 Some chicken like to peck \, This Week's Jackpot
new product and on new ways former University of Florid named top freshman lefixlator E. Spooner L 19 when one tries to saw the eggs '--
at the session last '..
tprlngHe Standing Loot
to belt under them to
serve the In. out from -
consumer football former hatrheV -
player,
could combine his rur.1 Clues Service I 0 i
terest Including hat was the reason for I ape :
public
service man for Bryant, who was getting
heritage with the of the
urge Quality Shop Celtics I 2 $150.00I
programs well outfit First
ti at the normal hit political detserts, 11 egg-gathering
aervloe provided.In big cities to get Into the political Bell & Bates Hawks 1 4 I'd put on a raincoat then .

the evening, at I dinner For Ervin It apparently was picture Wilton's Lakert 1 4 gloves, then boots and finally a ;;. ....'; :;
Meeting, John Bowles, President a matter of being at the right Others were known to be Scheduled garnet for next week: hat the hat was to keep dust ,\I .oct.! I REGISTER AT
of the Rexall Drug Com- place at the right time Consistently Interested In the Job of attorney Friday, Jan 24, 4 IS p nv- out of my hair The boots were \ I I'W .
Ervin bat lff
pany dluiuscd in detail future Independent, general. Rep. William Chap- Bell and Bales llawki vt. Wil we better not go Into that. ... j y Jungle or Jitney Jr.
been known at.unt'bfriend
Plans and activities that never at a poll of Ocala, who helped reapportion Quality Anyhow chickens stir up a lot ..
the son's Lakert. 5.00 p m.- mat
qo
of Farris Bryant In hit "
company now has underway. own matter of fact way, Ervin himself out of a Job Shop Celtics vs. Cities Service of dust If something ..are.th..m 4 lj B. Sure Your Card It
next as state
year representative Warriors. and my outfit certainlydid e. o 0 C
set pretty much an Independent was !known to be Interested Monday, Jan. 27, 4.15 P m.- nothing to calm their fears 0 Punched by 6:30 P.M. Saturday
'
"Moby." the performing course on the (cabinet tiding In the attorney general's Bell and Bates hawks vt. Quality Well I became real attached to LAST WEEK'S WINNER
whale at Mirlneland of Florida first with one group, then another post. Hit name on the ballot -
Shop Celtics: 6 00 p inMUson's .- hose 1T1 hens. In fact I would BONUS WINNERS:
He voted with
Jumps completely out of the probably would have a certain magic. Lakert vs CiUet ServIce talk to them and pat them
Sec. of Slate Tom Adams t'l MRS. C. G. BRADY
water to touch a ball suspended more Whether he would tackle his Warrlori. heir barks If they didn't ;
R. W. WhitfieldDID
18 feet In mldalr.READY than with Bryant Ervin possibly -former townsman remained a to peck me We established
I would be minted most on the question. MEWS BASKETBALLGame quite a camaraderie alter NOT HAVE HER D.w.y Jetton
Trustee* for the Internal Improvement scores: Jan. 18 7 p 0lIydl'O \.- :
House'Speaker Mallory Hnrne while, t really hated to tee Alvester I. A. BrUt
where hit Gas 63, Manning Taylor
Fund accurate .1th.y
after
he truck haul them off CARD PUNCHED AND HAD
of Leon County, often mentioned -
legal memory back to 45. 8:30: p m.- Shell Oilers 67. Pearl
MIX for Irvin, got ton old. Mabry
as a replacement
Craig Oil Company 20
his In office In 1949
beginning I
helped the I1F over thorny presumably turned down the TOP 1 tS M.OKJRS Sight of the Week Jimmy TO FORFEIT $100.00 Tommy Carrol
Job. But then did he? Player team TP ,Cut Mahaffey darting a fire
problem Ervin often referredio
CONCRETECONCRETE I under a fuel oil tank to melt
policies net yean ago in the Here are some other possibilities T. Fawn. SO 69 the Ice to the oil would
public Interest to block proponed : Rep. Bob Mann of Hills- R. W. Goodson, MT fid run.I
It did I've
sale or use of the tale's borough who planned to run K. Jensen SO DO .n really witness happen to It. got Dandy Brand Slic.d'BACON
submerged lands Stubbornly at for the office of secretory of L. Jones, I1CJ Sil Overheard eye Did prove the 0C'4ortre.t
times: he would oppose movesby state hid Tom Adams gone for O. Joyner, Ito M No. H.
you yesterday
Paul Johnson, Hills- R. rarramnre, MT 58
individuals or local government governor: barged 300.
bodies which he felt were borough County.state attorney; S. Crirtlt. CO 48 True story me with no name -. (t
contrary to the public Inten'tt.Bry.nt Dirk Gersteln state prosecuting R. Lemleux SO 46 And then there wae this man
BLOCK attorney for Dade County; and J. Wells, SO 48 .
It known for rewarding who was Mopped In Liberty
L. Parrlsh, HO 38
Tom Henderson and Joe Jacobs,
reward
hit friends. To bounty by a Highway Patrol
friend Jimmy Kynes he kicked both astt. ttty, generals from First Half Standings Trooper. The man Jumped out
Team Wen Lest
upstairs Dick Irvin to the Su- Tallahassee. of the ear, ran over to the
prem. Court. Tnlt would give Kynes, however, would be I Shell Oilers I 0 Trooper and Introduced him*1
Gas
Hydro 4 1Manning
Oakland Concrete the governor a firm grip on the off and running In hit new Job, Tailor I 4Craig self. In tad, he talked so much, ra
cabinet the final year In office. and It would tike a lot of catching Oil Co. 0 III he Trooper probably flggered; 3ge '-rtew
Products Company Almost without exception, Bryant up from the other potential Scheduled for nut he'd never get a chance Inedgewlne Ib
Allen Boettck and probably could expect three candidate I week: games to write the man a
solid votes on any Issue. bit, Icket. After a spell the
K",.. appointment wit pooh.ably manran
Thursday, January 21 7 00
John Thomson and those of Kynes and Comptroller the worst kept secret In I p.m.M.nnln T.'lor'I., out mof.wind. The Trooper'i
MM T-IOtl Ray Green. The fourth, gave ticket for
Phone the Capitol In years. Newt Craig Oil Co., I 30 m.Shell a faultysignal
I needed in many Instances would leaked out a week ahead of Oilers vs. Hydro Gas.p light and at he drove off'
come from Commissioner of Ag- time lit would have been longer BIDDY BASKETBALLOur he probably memorized the II- Fresh Apalachlcola
but for the untimely death Biddy Basketball program 'rnse plate number and vowed,
of Justice Terrell who announced for filth and sixth grade he'd never stop that car again.
WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTIONAND he would resign Feb boy began at 4 p m. Monday Someone In the office went
I), The new obviously was a :afternoon at Corry Field cement to Conerly Bootcry to buy t
trial balloon that got no violent pair of ihoes. When she came MULLET lb.5c
court The League will be
SUPPLY, INCORPORATED reaction." Third District Courtof composed of four l4I.ma sponsored back, we asked her what color
Appeals Judge Thomas H.B..kdull the new shore were "On, sort
"Home/ Quality Building Material by local businesses and of a brownish blackish red "
,
Jr., of Miami Beach coached by member of Quincy
Plywood Pin* Paneling reportedly was In the runningfor High's Junior Varsity basketball the retorted.
Incitation Paints & Vornlthet Tern U's Job, but Ervln was players. Thomas The Rev.Memorial Guy Wade of the
acceptable. And Kynes was acceptable Baptist Kelley's Best HomemadeSAUSAGE
Teams and coaches
Hoofing Sheet Rock for Ervln's Job. So follows are at Church: breezed Into the office .
: Jitney Jungle Panthers the
.' Dec Units PIn. Framing apparently he has a good chanceto Coaches-* Winston Chester -selling other fir day insurance.and said When he was '

.. Oetttng ID* Aluminum Awning Window stay there awhile. Colemin, James Roy Suber Abney It and Johnson Gary of he us hastened gave him to explain startled that look"he all, 4 k $100

PLOT MANY OTHER BUILDING NEEDS AT Turner' River Jungle Gardens Blue Devils. ouarhet Wayne was trying Io keep people from
near Ochopee are located Chester Hank Burnett and going to Hell."
WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTION & SUPPLY. Inc. on the banks of the river named Jimmy .Suber. The Famous My, my Leap year U Ptl r.
for a Seminole War scout,, Capt. coaches Clayton Hinney. log up a flurry o* engagements
ltt W franklin St Quracy Phone 627-760
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Blair Morgan, Porch
Jimmy
Richard Turner who homesteaded Well, this Is "Going Around

:E":...__ ___.__u-__u____-__-__. _-______ _____ on. _the river.In_the .1810's.__ Quincy coaches Telephone Harold Ru.Electrons: -! Bill, In byel lrcl" fur this week. Bye PORK
Newcomb, Bradley Davta. Came
schedule for next week Is as JFK HALF-DOLLAR
follows: Friday, Jan. 34- panther II lb.
SMTTHEBMAN AUTO: SERVICE vs. Famous and Blue Devil It was disclosed that prod,. f
v*. Electron. Monday, Jan lion of the new half-dollar bear. r
27- Panthers v*. Electron and log the llkenese of the late John
Blue Devil vt. Famous F. Kennedy will begin the latter .

SPECIALISTS IN part of January.A .
THIEF TOO CEMCR018 mint official aid preparations -
Chattanooga, Turn. Peeling for production ire underway CHOPSFRESHEST
a bill from s large roll Carl W. but the new die will haven
Bowman told Policeman James be tested for perfection before r
BRAKE WORK TUNE-UP Malslte to go, and buy himself production I* begun. The
breakfastMaleUe while distrIbution may be de. PRODUCEIN
!
became auspicious andtook ayed until the late President'
the bill to police headquarters birthday May It.
where the serial number
STEAM CLEANING proved It to be a part of the A FARM PLAN TOWNIAPPLES!
loot In a recent robbery.I Dow-
I man and 1 companion were ar- President Johnson hat directed .
,rested.SlirEP. Secretary of Agriculture ::1 t
I vllle L Freeman to draft plant
WEAR COATS with farm leaders for a broed:
Castl Carrock. England assault. on agricultural problem
SMITHERMAN AUTO SERVICE I Winter weather found all 1.000 eluding the overriding .....
sheep en the William Wilton of rural poverty. .1
I farm wearing special coats of Freeman and the farm
jute sacking. ganltatlon leaders will form an
PHONE 627-6086 I Wilson designed and used the Ight-man committee to hammer 4 Lb 34cBoq

coats during laM winter' weather out stlutkma by finding ,1 t
I 1002 W. Jefferson St. Quincy I and found that they not only area of agreement
kept the sheep warm but eiade ,
the fleece thicker. Each coat I* IBM Dave Krh mde Needle I
cost about 70 cents. to victory In Illaleah't S
In Slakes He's now the
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HoI II lilt ktas\that dettt"** engines with 1110es Snit>t. .f** b.itr,lid IMrPct ip*
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Sit has bees rnori tha!I a mate of ether compact extra cost nmnty* (Then pet Dart ,rvtnf vonwrttpM!) Corral

rtilWl So Why I nsw V8! Wt wanted to do wntthiof special .,. _atus wee ,*e saw SS.SM raeneme.*....
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howt iO Just llldil tilt pedal toed :de carpet. lid __..--_.....If--..,-If+rsRol n. .
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PALM FOUR COUNTY TIMES QUINCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY 23. JM4

3- KiwanU Club, 1 Jefferson their advertising PROBES RESUMED:
,
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES I Monday February p.m.
MOSCOW'S PROGRAM OF 64? Is Investment
___ American Advertising an has launch-
House; Legion John W. Shaw Pdt No. 84, In automation. Advertising reduces Now that Congress
and
THE: CHATTAHUUCHEB continuing: TRIBUN1PublUhed : 8 p.m., American Legion Home; Masonic Lodge, selling costs, storage tel Its 1964 session, the Senate
costs, and waste. It speeds demand Rules Committee will resume
each Thursday at It S. UadlKxt Street Gadsden Chapter No. 30, R.A.M.. Tal-Mar-Quin
A John H. ferry N.w.vap.PESTASUSHED Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social Security and Increases for new and the better volume things of, public affairs hearings of Robert on the O.business Baker

1901Quiney 4 :- Representative, 9:30 a.m., Court Room Court House; sales, which leads to lower former secretary to the Senate's
Florida Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30: p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout prices. Democratic majority.
Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. Probably, there Is no objective Chairman McClellan (D., Ark.
.
S..4 r-- Pd of O. rIW.On. method to compute the return said that hit Senate Investigations .

Y_. $100 ,... Years .110 Bus Maottw tl.ItJ it.,." Tuesday, February 4- Canning Center 8 5; Rotary which the In$80 advertising per person brings investment subcommittee the will Penta resume -
Its probe of
L HatchlnMrB: Pwblt.h.r r.co Club. 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board to UM average American annually gon's award of the huge TFX
flop Carmsjs ___ Adurernsy and N.w.z4 Meeting, 8 p.m.; Lions Club, 7 p.m., KittrelTs Restaurant Various writers have warplane] to the high bidder,
PFUVA l ; Junior Boys Basketball: Celtics vs. Warriors, estimated the gain per Individual the Fort Worth division of General .
from |900 to $3,000.It Dynamics Corporation.
4:15:: p.m.Wednesday .
could be more than even
ATONAL EDITORIAL the higher estimates, since advertising -
4 1J SS February 5- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., Is at lets s major Visitors at Florida's WetklWtchee
.
AC1M qP IA c8T1tN: Post Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell'i Restaurant; factor In the differential be- come from such countries
tween the American standard of M Russia, Denmark Bra-
Club 1 Jefferson House Recruiter
Exchange p.m., ; Army living and sub-existence economy ill, Portugal, England and Can.
wq O 9:30: a.m., Post Office; Marine Recruiter, In countries which have ads, Including visitors from ."'
9:00: 12 noon Post Office. not employed advertising as a ery state In the Union.
m&Johnson tool to stimulate production and
THOUGHT FOR THIS WEEK: distribution of goods.To .

And CubaOne Horse sense is seldom hitched to a waggin' tongue. s printer, an automatic
; 't press may more than pay for
itself In a To a manufacturer
year.
question which President Johnson left unanswered 1 automatic assembly machines -

In his first address to Congress shortly after President i The National OutlookBy I Investment, however, must expensive PlY for themselves the

Kennedy's death was the policy his Administrationwill ten times over.

follow In dealing with Cuba. George Huedorn To the retailer newspaper advertising
I. the same kind of
This is understandable both in terms of the brief PRESIDENT JOHNSON ENDORSES of government welfare measures Investment, To the consumer

time h. had been allotted in which to take stock of the Misfit DropOutsThe THE PURITAN ETHIC ployed: work youth projects s domestic for unem-peace greatly advertising reduces Is a fInal vehicle costs which and I ,
The most heartening aspectof
situation and the multiplicity of problems demanding corps an expanded food stamp
the State of the Union Me. provides a constantly more enriched -
Department of Health, Education and Welfare program, road-building In Appalachia -
more immediate attention and executive decision. sage Is Its rejection of the etc. Apparently the life.
hat come in for criticism from time to time, and frequentlywith philosophy t bat government budgetary amounts involved In --- --
Since that tim. there have been at least veiled hintsa more than a modicum of Justification for the cavalier spending end federal deficits these programs for fiscal 1965

firmer position in opposition to Cuban communism will way in which it dispense. Uncle Sam' money on seemingly ulste should the be used economy.actively Both to stlm-hi. are relatively small, but one IMAGINE NEW

be decreed to prevent it from thriving further under frivilous or needless projects and programs.We words, and his actions In trim may these well fear babies.the future growthof
Castro imported into other parts of Latin-Amer\ ming upending propouls, Indicate
or being I
cannot quarrel, however, with a number of modest Success in the war on poverty
that the President Is not
ica. grants it recently announced to finance research in buying this spproach. and unemployment will depend [! bWrn i@
chiefly on the growth and
the of school
So far they have been only hints not yet translatedInto problem dropouts.There It li re.ssuring to learn this' vigor of our private enterprise
discernable actions, though there have been rumors is ample evidence in the Lies of employment linn during the pant year a' economy President Johnson i 0att4

without official! confirmation, that aerial surveillance of agencies, welfare institutions and police departments to them number within or economists the Admlnlntri-, tome of being surely recognize s realistic this.man A must THE WASHER WITH THE Jt
responsible -
Cuba has been stepped up recently. suggest that delinquency, social maladjustment and Uon, have been arguing that the government fiscal policy
poverty are linked intimately with lack of education. proponed tax out should not be I. an essential element In an
There is no evidence yet the Administration looks Someone has said that life, for the average boy of accompanied by efforts to reduce -. economic climate which would LESS

more kindly than did President Kennedy on proposalsfor today, is a high-stakes poker game requiring a college This In or their control view expenditure.would be to encourage business growth.oLocal I Ii THAN $200 _

recognition of a Cuban government In exile. degree for openers. That may be stretching things a little, undo with one hand the goodwe
for there are those not qualified for college who can still were doing with the other -
since the alleged purpose of the
make a success for themselves in manual arts. tax cut is to expand aggregate i
LBJ.And WasteThe But anything lets than a high school education posesan demand. Whether they are willing ,
to admit It or not, this I 1Lji.:
almost in these and
most perishable of all political commodities Is insurmountable handicap days amounts to saving that the benefit J" I
times and it's not strange the misfit ratio is high among to the economy will come!i fj"JneJJ
the campaign pledge. those without it. Thus any study aimed at trying to not from the tax cut Itself but,
from deficit
That being generally recognized, the vows and prevent elementary and high school dropouts is a very We the have resulting received similar advice

promises made by a candidate are often given with worthwhile undertaking. from abroad. The economists By Hutch

tongue 'cheek and received at least by the sophisticated of the Organization for In the United States, more =:
Economic and De-
Cooperation than $60 is
spent on
per person
with understandable skepticism.Thus QUINCY velopment, s n International advertising each year. In 1940
body of which the United States
there is a refreshing and heartening note in the CALENDAR OF EVENTSA I. a member, have urged us to $18 the per figure peison.Advertising was. approximately

implementation which President Johnson has given the pursue a more "expansionary" expenditures then,
he mad. Immediately after entering the fiscal policy. By this they have Incressed three times faster
economy pledge Community Service by the
mean simply, larger deficits. than the population growth.
White House. Gadsden County Chamber of Commerc., 627-8518 The President's heroic ef- Paradoxically, the increase actually
'orts to reduce the spending represents a saving for
Actually, it wasn't even a campaign promise designed Calendar Is based on Information reported by club total and the deficit fly directlyIn the Individual consumer and
to persuade voters rather a simple statementof the fare of this kind of economic Increased profit for merchantswho
and
secretaries directors of the
program as Friday preceding thinking. He shares
intention. And he wasted no time demonstrating hedidn't publication. with most of us the opposite have consistently Increased only the Golden JouchvdoeJj9jmuch: :
regard it lightly. philosophy that the proper

.He has told government agencies to stop the federal Thursday, January 23 Canning Center 8. S; Alcoholic. objective, rather I. economy than bigger In government and'j i Floor Covering : reu':1tt.: : for you a"Mag4. Mi.ab"Asls'

payroll rile He's ordered the Pentagon to start trimmingthe Anonymous and Al-anon Family Group 8 p.m., St better deficits. Siv.. ...,er. d.lor.w.N .nl rIIII e

fat off the defense establishment. The instructions Paul's Parish House; Florida State Employment Service Of course a mere philosophic !I Including formic : Overflows W.th.,1,' is dirt l f way It-.. 1 Menial MIA Snaky
followed. 9 3, S. Roberts St. Men's Basketball commitment Is not enough We No pen to weer out ,
are being ; League : could drift Into s period of rls- Inlaid linoleum rubbei.vurL I. Parts auoren'\: leaYnr /c- .
The President Is the knife even on Manning Taylor vs. Oil 7 Wathtt rnor* 411t<{
using economy Craig p.m. Quincy High leg deficits even while rejecting corkCounter : WHIMS vtrythlnf Mftlrf weatl.(feat"'"
such seemingly insignificant things as the number of School Gym; Shell Oilers vs. Hydro Gas, 8:30: p.m., the theory that this would be
limousines the government leases.But Quincy High School Gym. food for there the Is economy. Although Top bhM Ke..s..n,. Mw..::.a .ot.sno"awl\ JilWWerTi n .........1
thePrealdenl' no reason to n I ncr* u4 a.r ..h e SLIM nltlf/llMdl r
the American people will generally applaud doubt the President's desire to I II pwor ere rear, liter a.M, _:::
a Friday, January 24- Canning Center, 8 5; Pilot Club, .,.
action. achieve economy, he will be Work Mrf a. M* to) UK Silt i ...1 Dispenser/.
1 p.m., Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter, 9-12 subjected to strong pressures '
noon, Post Office; Junior Boys Ba.ketballHawka For Increased spending on many I .rS* KELVINATOR BRINGS YOU GREATU'YALOEJ

Junket Money vs. Celtics, 4:15: p.m.; Lakers vs. Warriors S p.m. such fronts.pressures In fact,by he asking has Invited Con-I All TTP.S Through Ktlvinstor a oonantratea.egineeeing program or" Constant Bade time ImpevvmMotJ mad ninny to .I

Monday, January 27- Kiwanis Club I p.m., JeffersonHouse on gresa human to declare an "all-out and war I Expert Installation bring you appliances that are more wnAil, more depend.
Records show members of Congress spent some ; Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social loyment. poverty unem- able and more economics to operate.

$385,000 Junketing around the globe during fiscal 1963. Security Representative, 9:30: p.m., Court Room, No one will want to enlist In I ,

That figure, reported by the Treasury Department's Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203 7:30: p.m., Scout the defense,of but poverty there are and sure unemployment -j SHEFER.BUTCH FLINT TRADING CO.

Bureau of Accounts, represents the amount of counterpart Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148 4 p.m., First Presbyterian to be difference of opinion on '/'f"Ya. J.lMtA
funds and other United States-owned foreign currencies Church Junior Basketball Hawks how best to conduct the war
Celtics
; Boys : vs. I'QUINC't ,1\011104
picked up by lawmakers and their aides at against them. The President's i 1012 W Jefferson St. 627-6611 QUincy
4:15: p.m.; Lakers vs. Warriors, S p.m.; Chamber of
world. Message proposes s mixed-bag'
American embassies throughout the Commerce Breakfast, 7:01: 7.58 a.m., Board Room.
Such funds make up the overwhelming bulk of the

total amount of money spe-\\ on Congressional trips dur. Tuesday January 28Canning Center, 8 5i; Rotary

ing the year. The rest of the money comes from funds Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m.,

set aside by Congress for its committee work and from Masonic Building; Business and Professional Wom- 'CHEVELLE by Chevrolet'One

funds belonging to the Pentagon.The an's Club, 7 p.m.,. Kittrell's Restaurant.

1963 for Junkets was a considerable
foreign
spending Wednesday, January 29Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m.,
$608,000. drop from the fiscal year 1962 total of some Post Office; Jaycees, 7:30 p.m., Jefferson House; Exchange of the things you'll like best about it is 11 models to choose from

Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House.
The drop likely came about because the 1963 fiscal MALIBU 5.5. SERIES MALIBU SERIES 300 SERIES
year'- July 1,1962 to June 30 1963 Included an election Thursday, January 30- Canning Center 8 S; Alcoholics

that kept members campaigning at home, long sessions Anonymous & Al-anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St These two Super Sport models are Chevene'srntddle-otthe-lineserl Chevelle's most economical series-
that kept members in Washington, and new restrictions Paul' Parish House; Florida State Employment Service Chevelle's finest. Front bucket orals Malibu, retains many features found but don't let Its gentle price tag fool
that kept down the number of members eligible to 9 3, S. Roberts St door-to-door carpeting and sa ell- In the two Super Sport models. Like you The 300 hu all Chevrolet's tra.
vinyl interior in seven colors. A wide all Chevelles, it's a good foot shorter ditional value and reliability. Fu3
receive the. funds on trip. Friday, January 31Canning Center, 8 S; Air Force choice of transmissions and extra-cost than big can, making it easy to park Coil suspension. Body by Fisher
The last reason is probably the biggest one for the Recruiter 9 12 noon Post Office; Fifth and Sixth high-performance engines. Plus\ a and handle.Yet Inside it's surprisingly Flush-and-dry rocker panels. YOJT

drop.In Grade Biddy Basketball: Blue Devils vs. Electrons, whole host of other options. spacious\ and comfortable Chevy dealer win tell you all the rest.
fi.eaI1963. according to the report the lawmakers
4:30: p.m., Corry Athletic Field; Electrons vs. Famous, Ct
two-thirds of their U. S.-owned foreign currencies in
spent
5:10: p.m., Cony Athletic Field; Men's League Basketball
The Netherlands, France, West Germanyand
four countries -
: Hydro Gas vs. Craig Oil Co., 7 p.m.. Quincy
Italy-. Of the four, the first two seemed to be the
High School Gym; Shell Oilers vs. Manning
members of Congress spent over -' f1.mete
most popular. Together,
Taylor. 8:30: p.m., Quincy High School Gym; Junior

$165,000 there. Boys Basketball: Hawks vs. Warriors, 4:15: p.m.; neat convranaca aeon txwK ?
foools.eoartxx
Lakers Celtics 5 .
_p.m. __
-
A- Medical MilestoneThe I !

I
medical professions is making strides in transplanting -

vital organs of the body.
The latest success reported In the Journal of the Mr. Businessman: I +vunwe
I
American.Medical Association ls the first known Iran. :,
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/ plantation"of a human lung by a University of Mississippi n !I lUlUoRf 00Uf'C .t t cotta .soar

>t>/ medical team.Although 1 I

the patient died 18 days later of kidney $. "'_... !

failure, the lung transplant was considered a success, .

according to the Journal An autopsy, it said, revealedno .

signs that the boy was rejecting the foreign tissue.

I The normal rejection mechanism had been suppressed isms, cues -

t by drugs it said. r h..ru.awol.nsrlas.e.acoca
The lung was taken from a man who died of a heart

attack at the University Hospital
The man who received the !lung was a 58yearoldlifetermer.

In prison he had repeated bouts with pneu seassrrsrw -- r
ha T'ye eases p.
I monia.
Doctors determined that the patient would have avery You say goodbye to sales when

short life if not treated. Th. patient said he preferred

the risky surgery to radiation which could only your customers can't say hello woos tMssmc manor Meat

promise a slightly extended life. And with today's narrow profit margins even

A day after the three.hour operation, the lung was one missed customer is one too many. Let i':1 .., # "r
shown to be working doing a share of the patients tee us show you how an extra business phone f' star loses re racer eases

piration. The chronic kidney diseases, however had can Increase your profits. Just call us.
lowered kidney function so much the man gradually lost Remember. limited customers mean THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Cftemkt Chmfc duty E Corralr Corvette
strength and died. limited profits! See Utr* it pore CWofrt SAtw-tNSew

The Journal said that organ transplantation, such as

this, Is being advanced rapidly through better ways 01.. -

k\ Joining blood vessels, cooling technlsues and methods .
to reduce the oxygen lost \from tissue during the operation.It ,
MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET
: CO.
U now "technically' possible to transplant virtually
all organs the Journal sold and the outlook tar s... urn Quincy Telephone Co.

suppressing the body's attempt to reject the new tissue 23 North Adorns StrMt Quincy. FlorldoCADSDEN

are "encouraging." :.

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I come to their attention and thejL
I Brinkley Youths I f \.:,.', I, wanted to check on the luthen-j
tlclty of the report The itor/
WOMEN'S PAGEPersons [ Party HonoreeCharles that appeared In the Times was
lent to ut by a subscriber It
Lee Brinkley was wu a clipping from .noLher-
complimented with a party celebrating paper and concerned M Negro
having Items of social nature are urged to call his 15th birthday by man who w lot, thai' he Will
Mr* May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 hli parents, Mr. and III.... Romulus glad his ancestors came to this
I r9'i' Brlnkley on Saturday night / country M slaws and went on,
.. at their home on Dogwood to tell of the blessings he had,
Drive. received lie allegedly sent thlrletter
s Talk," telling how the club, afar .Y Seminole to fie: Christian Science'
hack ss 1918 faced many t I eA A htyrld to Like close Monitor. I couldn't be of too
problem, hardships, work, etc WM enjoyed by thirty The much help to Mr Lewis since
with a smile and determination friends ind clammitet. rlel' the clipping give no hint as to
like the members ire doing today group returned to Ch what publication It was taken
and ended by living the home and were served refreshments from Seem strange that this
and would In the large Early AmerIran should to the
faith prayers lee any com attention of
kitchen where a nice warm
undertaking through. i national commentator through
)
In the big
fire wu burning
Mri. C. D. Johnaon, ParllimenUrlan the Times, especially since it
flreplice.
6 open originated In the Monitor
reported that everything A unique whit cake arrange anewspaper
'4r{ along that line was running In three section, wu decorated that li circulated on
imoolhly and that there with large multicolored, I national or international basis.
wn very little criticism of procedure twisted candlci. In the enter
She aald that the pre.- of each section wu placed a, See that "Dr I," that 1* B.
Ident, Mri. Witu, kept bustnes miniature football e basketball Mid Paula Kay Churchwell Coney Bevli, It back in his office -
running efficiently and In sort after i well deserved ten
and a b. eb.lI. Small athletlIguret
a pleasant manner. were used effectively to: Miss Churchwell diy or so vacation. Think the
good doctor worked
The secretary read quite I depict each phase of sport too hard
bit of correspondence, imoni Charles participates In .t Is Engaged To It during is the holidays. Anyway
good to
see his "open"
the letters, one from Judge Ben school.
Wlllli of Tallahassee, congritailatlng k' Chicken salad, pimento cheese sign on the door again and "Old.
W. Marlow
the women on the remod sandwiches, cake, hot choc Floyd Neb" parked out front,
cling and improvement of the late and Cokes were served. By the way his brother-in.
club houie lie expressed ip A lovely fruit arrangement Mr. and Mn. Van Church law, Lt Col. John M. Gordy, of
F predation for the gesture of wu used on the Urge round well of Creitvlew announce the the U. S. Army Air Force, stationed '
love and respect shown hit kitchen table, where coffee wi engagement of their daughter,, at Travis AFB, Callus
mother, Mn. L. L. Wlllli, i served Paula Kay, to Floyd William made i quick visit here lat
long time club member ind The entrance, dining and living Marlow, week. He had a delay en route-
pant president, it the Open rooms were beautifully decorated Mist Churchwell li a grads. and got In i little hunting while!
(louse it which time a besutl- with arrangements oC ate of Crestview High School ler*. tie left Sunday afternoon,
rut birthday cake was presented amelllii and permanent flow and li presently employed in for St Louis, Mo.
Marian Temple Munro. her and erved.Mri. en. The den featured an arrangement Tallahassee with the Florida Industrial
I Lanier Richardson, pub- of pine, magnolia Commission. By the time this column comet
Mrs Mark Welch Munro., Jr. of Quincy announce the Iclly chairman, reported that leaves with a hurricane lamp Mr. Marlow, the ion of Mr. out in print I will be down in
engagement and approaching marriage of h.r daughter, I the had alt the activities of the and red birds and M.... Johnnie B. Toole o:( Palm Beach sportln' around
Marian Temple to Edward Wilson Hinion, Jr., ion of club and those of the Junior y 4 it A competitive game wit played Greensboro, Is a graduate 01 That Is, attending the mid-win--
Mr and Mri. Edward Wilson Hinion of Quincy. The Club printed. Ai i member of with two boxes of candy Greensboro High School and tel' meeting of supervisors of
the Finance committee the said warded for prizes to the girls Chlpoli Junior College. registration. And the big rei.
bride-elect, daughter of the late Mr. Munro., lea graduate hit the publicity the Cididen who were blindfolded and chose I lie i b presently I attending the ion I hate to go li on account
of Quincy High School She attended Judson College for bounty Times and the local their partners for the evening University of Florida in Gainesville of the two-ball Scotch tour.
W)toen in Marion Alabama, and Florida State University Radio Station were giving wn Mr. and Mrs.. Lester Oaths where h* li majoring In some being held on Thursday
She and Company very helpful In making the game and Mr. and M... Olin Brannan agricultural science. afternoon at the Sawano Club
U presently employed by Reynolds luncheon i lucceii.Mri assisted the hottest Complete wedding plans will It was scheduled for last Thurs.
In Tallahassee. Mr. Hinion li a graduate of Quincy Robert Freeman announced Mm Mary Loulae Bells Charles wit remembered with be announced it i later date day, but postponed on account
nigh School and attend Florida State Unlverilty. H. that she would take many beautiful and useful gift or the bad weather I always en.
I* a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity. subscriptions for the Club Woman Mr. and Mil. J. W Belts of Quincy announce the engagement BITS AND PIECES .... joy playing In this particular

ThaTweddlng will be an event of April 18, at 7:30 in the and told how many were already of their daughter, Mary Louiie, to Phillip Loye Arbor Day Topic The Sawano Country Club'i The event. 1 never time win but it i fun.
golf blessed with only I
Methodist Church Friends subscribing.Mfi. Blount, ion of Mr. and M .. Vernon D. Haunt of Greens course li two get to play my
evening, Centenary Quincy. viler harardi, one on Number loll with the ladies, too Aft.
an8 relative of the couple are invited to attend.Woman's W. W. Massey had boro. Mist Belts, a graduate of Quincy High School At Geo. MunroeThe Seven and th* other on Number er the games ire over particle
charge of Fine Art for the day completed a secretarial course at Lively Technical I Eight fairway They hive pants and their ladies or men

splendidly with the children' and Introduced Music Larry Donnlny.MuleI' School She is presently with the North Florida Experiment I Quincy Garden Club observed some right nice fish In them folk li the case might be, will
of it First Baptist
Club the second Station. Mr. too, because I've seen them on enjoy a supper ind social hour
reading room on Church who several Blount, a graduate of Greensboro High Arbor Day at George
sang bright when the upstairs In the
days water clubhouse.
floor of the and that wasclear. Hope
library beautiful selections. He School, is sell employed. The wedding will be : Munroe School Friday afternoon
waicoompinled event
an
I've few they have good
Meeting Held other thing were needed before teen i people weather and I
at 2 o'clock with the president,
it the piano by 31 at the First Church wonderful
it wet completed. She also Baptist With the Rev. I standing on the bank and fishing time
Thomas Miss Evelyn McDonald, In
announced the Community Improvement George Due of St. Petersburg, Cutting officiating. charge. with a fly rod or spinning
Friday Morning who I* a graduate student it .
Contest and explained --- Mrs Carl Rude presented in ig But I taw something out Mrs. Brooks Winner
FSU. there over the weekend I
Quincy Womani Club met, the requirements. Walker Circles of First Church Interesting program on trees before. One never At Wednesday Meet
Tfcj Fine Art chairman, Mrs. R. Mn Mix Introduced; Women and things pertaining to Arbor iw fellow bad i
Friday morning st 11 o'clock it' R. Kincild announced that the Mri Charlei Brinks, isslttintDKE Day with her Otis grid students nice boat being piddled by i Mrs. DougliM rooks wa,
the club house with the presIdent second in a series of three concert at Centenary Methodist I Baptist Meet In General Meet taking part. colored boy. I haven't been high store wlnne. it her Wed.
Mrs. James Watt preitdliu. would be in event of Church, who Introduced Eddie, David Burnt hid prepared able to figure out what he wai ncsday afternoon bridge clu"
The minutes t .br the list Thursday night, Feb. 6 ind urged Taylor, who spoke on "SpeakUp I places for the two beautiful fishing for yet. Looked like he which met with Mri. E, If
meeting were md the ese ill those who had tickets For Your Filth. This talk The following circle of the Mist Louise Quirtermin led magnolia tree to be planted but was using a hoe with i long Routon and wu awarded i nov
retiry, Mr. G. O. Barnett, following to com and make this li auc had won in a conteit it i youth First Baptist Church reported the prayer bind Monday afternoon due to the rain, they will be setout handle and he was fishing pretty Ity. Holder of bingo, Mri Dun-
in impressive devotional cessful it the previous concert. meeting and It wn well thought- their meetings, Monday, January when the Women of the it mother date. I deep I've also used a hoe .I can Lester received in ipron.
given by Mn. W. W. Whltmore. Mri. Max Walker, Youth Conservation out and beautifully delivered.In .1 20: First Presbyterian Church met but just to dig worms before I At conclusion of three pro
The tIM vice prildent Mri. chairman, reported fact, It wn in Inspiration to Rosa Cox Circle, Mri. R. T, went fishing And that reminds resslons the hostess served a
falter' Williams announced that that magazines had been lent know Just how tome of the Freeman, chairman, met with it three thirty o'clock it Wel- fridge Club Members I me he wu out there a pretty dessert with coffee
Mrs..'Max Walker, Youth Con to uhr' Boys it Marlanna and a I i young people ire" thinking to- Mri. Alton Towlet, The Call to low hlp HaltFollowing Meet At Higdon Horn good while and I never caw
serration chairman and Mri of appreciation received. Prayer wit given by Mn. Cor- the prayer bind, him get a bite!, let lion' catch Mrs. Ben Duncan Is
W. Wi Massey had charge of the She Mid that the Scout Cookie day.Mri.. Walker Introduced W. A. tell Edwards, followed by the the general meeting wit held Mr*. J, Buryl Higdon win hoetens nything. Any luck Manning
program. I site" would begin Jan :11, that Skrove, director of adult education program with Mrs. W. R. Lambert -, The president Mrs R. H. M. to her bridge club Tueiay. Hostess At Bridge A
Mrs. R. Jf. Blrlcklind. treaa- new cookies bid been added to In Gadsden County, who- In charge. The Homo Mis- Davidson announced that In the d Seasonal decoration were A friend of mine really hid I Mri. Ben Duncin wu hostel
arr,made her report and dlt- the line, one especially for the mid in Interesting and informative Ion Study book, "Apogee," wit absence of Mn. Sam Myrick .t focal point Snacks and rof- me on cloud nine for a short to her Wednesday afternoon
trlbuted membership cards, diabetics. She also said the talk. used it program for the day' who was called out of town fee were served during the while the other night. He informed Idclu at her home Fruit
Mn. WllUam M. Robinson, Jr., Scout troop, sponsored by the Thirteen members were served Rev. Branson Matney, Jr. would ,..me.I me, In ill seriousness, and greenery were it points of
library chairman, reported that club, had begun to meet up- It wu appalling to note refreshments by the hostesi have charge of the program I Winner of high score wu hit I wu "th* beat newspaperman Interest. Preceding the game
the Junior* were ;projecting stair through figure and elide presented February melting will be In the Allowing a long and prayer warded i novelty In the United States." h. served a dessert with eof.
1111'.. John Cannon, one of the by him that Gadsden home of Mri Luther Cox. Rev. Matney talked on "Wor- Now I'm not REAL dumb so I fee to the 12 players to
Gadsden two Junior club ipontors, announced bounty had more illiteracy and Frances Horton Circle met Ihlp," He presented this in avery Circle Meeting Held know for a fact that I'm not Mn. Max Fletcher wu high
County that the club wu progressing less Income per family than any with Mri. E. M. Dyal with ten Impressive and Interesting hat good. But when he shot me icon winner. iBRINKLEY
:Insurance Center nicely, with good programs of the eounllei In this section members present Mri. John manner At Richardson Home quitting. lie cleared the matter
1121 West etc. She also reminded of the itit*. Cannon, chairman, presided dur- During the social hour, circle Mil. Jack Richardson ind Mri up by telling me that I was
Jefferson those who had forgotten to II. IM) talked on school drop- log the business session. Mrt. number one, Mn Fount May, C. R. Stanaland entertained the the belt, not for what I printed
bring something for the kitchen outs and whit wit being accomplished W, W, Massey give the Call to r. chairman, served siodwlihei Daffodil Circle it the horn of In the Times, but for what I did
P THOMAS shower to be sure to send something along then Un e.. Prayer and Mri R. A. Bu h cookies and coffee the i former Tuewtiy! night NOT print. You Me he>, on oc- FURNITURE CO.
or contribute to help replenish Mrs John Hayes led the presented program from Mission There were 14 members ind 2 caslon, hn been a good suspect ar
the kitchen needi.Mi pledge of allegiance to the flag Study Book. Hostess for visitors present for some editorial attention. We
INSURANCE. INC. *. Maxwell Strom, courtesy after which lunch wu aerved February meeting will be Mrs luncheon Tuesday The chairman, Mri. Lamar do leave out a lot of stuff that I
chairman, reported that the The table decoriUoni were William Crouch. Smith presided. During the could be called news but It'.I
Open House wu quite a success beautiful, with clusters of fruit Grace McBride Circle met At May HomeY business session the brought a the penalty we pay for being a
and laid that cards of iymMthy and hurricane lamp being with Mn. J. H. Davit. Mn. Roy report from the executive board country weekly. W* gotti live''
and convalescent cardiud paced at Interval Bunches JcLendon, chairman, presided Fount May, Jr. entertained eeting. with these people and anyway
been nailed. ot pen grape, applet and ;Call to Prayer by Mrs Mi Union at her with a luncheon Tuesday Miss Sin May Love talked on, I lot of time It happens to be
Finance chairman, Mln Sin bananas predominated In these wit followed with program home where she used and demonstrated how to ue that others could be badly hurt
Hay Love, laid that the game creations with feathered birds by Mr*. John McAfee. beautiful arrangements at cimelllai greenery In arrangement She by unnecessary publicity,
luncheon which wu to bi in polled on the lamp chimney Letters from missionaries to roses and gladioli. also showed how to have Itre.dy I hid a call last week from MATTRESS RENOVATING
:On. Stop Means event of January 22, wit ill nd at other point Another (China Dr. and M.... Frank T. Guests were Mri. Charles In container to add flowi Fulton Lewis, Jr.'. I9.9J
Complete Senrlce planned and that the response outstanding decoration waa on Woodward, were read by Mrs Watt, Sr, Mn. Vince Watt, i on short notice. ton office. An article ONE DAY SERVICE
for reservation WM good and .n end table In the dining room. iIcAfee. Program material from Mrs. William Alexander, Mrs During the socUl hour the peared in the Wllhllllf-I I TOUR SANDRAN DEALER
that Mn. Fred KlbUki wu A green footed container was Royal Service wit also used, frank De Lamar and Mri. Harvey hostess served refreshment Times list October 17
DIAL 627-7151 chairman of the luncheon com centered by a hurricane lamp ,Thirteen members were present Trice of Thomasvllle: Mn
mitt... tiled with blue flowers and at this meeting and will David Pendleton, Valley Forge,
QUINCY Historian I Mri. Albert Flake, blue birds with clipped pine meet next month with Mri Mercer Va, who li visiting in Tbomta-
made a very impressive. "Pep magnolia leave and other Bishop, hottest, M.... Din vtlle, the hocleit' mother, Mn
--- greenery surrounding It. McPherson co-hostess. J', B. Br'nson' of Montlcello, and
The ipeaker'i table-In the- club Ida Hollowly Circle Mrs. her aunt, Mn. George Palmerof Now
7 NOW room WM highlighted by i bran ,Frank Whittle, chairman, met Florence S. C I In Progress.
scale with yellow rosebuds balanced I with Mn. A. D. Mayo. The Call .
e by a cluster of lemoni to Prayer was given by Mrs. T.
t Yellow rosebuds were on one P. Peacock. Program from Million Howell Movement I
AVAILABLE end of the mantel also On the Study book, "Apogee" wit At Friday Game
table at the entrance wai a presented by Mri. Ctrl Edw.rd"l
dresden container supported by tefreshmenti wen served to 13 The Howell Movement wai STORE WIDECLEARANCE
pair of cupldi holding white members' present. Mri. O. O.Bsrnett .1 played it the Friday night oVupIcit -
RECORD Only roses and clusters ot green will b* hotttis for the bridge Rim at the
.= OF grapes: February meeting.Forest den Center. Winners were G.r.1
i $1 0VOLUME MM Romulus Brlnkley did Douglass Brooks and Barry Ot-i
QUALITY he decorating and Mr linger, first
E. C. Hills Judge and Mrs.
II Each I Schofleld and her committee Hugh Taylor, second and Mn I
served i dellcioui lunch. Pauline Cngglni and Mrs. W, P.i
}:: .. WSCS Meets Neel, third. I

I. from your Gretna Presbyterian The Woman' Society of Christian Point Every Came fourth Friday Is Master II All Departments

I Men In Regular MeetThe Service of Forest Jlllle "Team of Four" will ill play-
Methodist Church met Monday 'ed Saturday. The time acheduled ,
1 Orates Woodland !'re.- night it *. o'clock in the home It 1:30 p m. and 730pm.'or .I
SANITONE ot Mri. John Boggt with It further Information l
1 ivterlin men held their it 11't.r call LADIES' READYTOWEARMEN'S
members present Mri. Douglass
Brooke
meeting Wednesday night :_ __ I
The meeting was called to
with IT In attendance', at the
hurcti. order by the president, Mn
f. DRY CLEANER Fred Nordhaui had charge of Nit Harris. Mri. John Cody YOUTH'SBOYS'
the program ind Introduced gave the devotional and Mrs
Clarence Foster read the lll&IJUTANCifNT
Miss OUnett Evcrird who minute
of U' last meeting. Mrs.Cody
talked on her work In M.xlco,1
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wi a very Initiating and in-
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THURSDAY J\U\RY n. 1964 PACK 5Evfci'
GADSDEV COUNTY TIMES. QCTNTY, LORID\ ,

A.A. Members Love and Mrs Richardson Door I and clay In spite of the vide II pent the weekend with. them. I Olin GallowayIs Milk
prizes were awarded I adaptability I Hie planK '\ ill Mr and Mr Irr> Bnant Tuendav January 28-
Mrs. James Watt Is president present you a better show of and two daughters of Jackson. Salmon Croquette
Meet Feb. 1 of the club color If you take prope core S ,lIe spent the weekend with' Promoted Macaroni and Cheese

Members of the club appreciate of them I UK parenu Mr and Mrs Alvahj I Delta Air Inei has announcedhe String BeansVeeeiable

In Avon Park the splendid cooperation Fertilizer application u important itt) ,lflttIcs I promotion of Olin Gallo- Salad
given them and they plan from Apply about 1\2 Mnrv Taylor of laming w.fronl M.nllger-ColII Accounting Bread

Alcoholics Anonymous member time to time to sponsor differ-' xmuda of a good garden ferUI- lull IB visiting her sister, Mrs. to the newlv established Butter
from throughout Florida ent project leer per 100 square feet of plant \ ,, isn Rk hards and brother' position of Director-Financial MilkWi'dttesday Fruit Cup

mill gather it Avon Park Feb space In earl spring. again In .Hbert Jackson Analysis and Control 20
June and In midsummer tim Henry Lulen ls a patlrntt January -
perhaps "
for the Third Annual AASobriety.Plus' I
1 Galloway II I he son of Mrs Vegetable Soup with Beef
GARDENINGIN If there are heaw rains lallaluaiie Memorial llos
RounduoTh .1. 0 Oallowav 7 MacArthur Crackers

annual meeting U sponsored Pruning is the secret of a Iplt.1 Ms" _I r Gilbert hat returned st Qulnrv He has been with Ham and Egg Salad Sandwich
FLORIDA canopy of color next Christmas Vila since lilt. in the airIne
by South Central Florida --egi from Washington, U Chrn ., Peanut Butter Jelly Sandwich
AA member, and will future a I the ss called due to'I the '. general offlt e. at the At.
A* each sprout reaches 12 anta ,
nationally -known speaker and Airport.Quincy Apple CriMp
By Hervey Sharp, Editor rattof her aunt Miss Mary
six
inches long, pinch It back to
two other Floridians known Adamson ----- ---- Milk

throughout the State In AA Clr Florid Agricultural inches. Continue this cruel > Mi> l 1..0 Bait of Scartdale AirmanIs Thursday. January SO-
treatment to all until
deL The meeting U open to sprout Cream Turkey on Mashed
N \ stained recently for an
Extension: Service he middle of September Then .Jt Potatoes
the public xlrndrd day and la being di.ligtslfulit [
slop to give the plant tip a Reassigned
Green Limas
Baby
The meeting will get underway entertained rel.-
Don't ton out that pot of chance to set their bract of by
at 8 p,m. at the Lake Byrd holiday poinsettia when the color petal Uv n and friends 1 arkland APR Tex Air cranberry Sauce
Peach Lettuce Salad
Lodge Conference Center three last leaf drop and the final red Polnsrttlas show their color The KeT. H Mnllh of New' man John E Kllpalrltk non olMi Hut on
miles north of Avon Park. More bract droop atop a spaghetti- according to day length and York Oily Is lulling his moth and Mis henry A, Kllpat- 1I11I'ultRullpr

than 100 persons art expectedto like stem. emperalure A plant near a GOOD HUNTIN' This .ight. buck was aho jointlyby fr, Mr*. T R Smith rick of 817 W Jefferson SI. Jetty
attend point 'ohn Bell ha, to Cape
Like a red-headed maiden lighted window or a street light gone Quint. Is being reassigned to Milk
Alcoholic Anonymous U a Jimmy Sober of Quincy and I J. A Reeves ol Pensacola Cud New Jersey where he
without make-up the plant often refuses to color up like a sheppard Ant, Tex, for technical Friday. January 31
fellowship of men and women can be revitalized Into a marvelof neighboring plant In a nearby two week ego in the Lake Talquin area. The 194-pound Joined the U. S. Coast Uuaid training a* a totted Schools Choice-
banded together to solve their treatment darker comer The best flower hauled Bobo Edward ( ) and Mist Elaine Holing has returned Slates Air Korce aircraft
beauty with proper prize wa to Quincy by right pro \\e hope that you will keep
common problem and help others from Clerriont wheiehe
to recover from alcoholism I development I* when the nlghl Jimmy Ball Mr. Reeve was visiting bit brother-In-law, visited relatives The plant will how brilliant temperatures range from 60 to Airman Mlpatrlck who enlisted In for the following
The Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation Hubert Clark ol Greensboro Martin Photo change
color next wInter If you follow' 62 degrees Mrs George W Munroe attended In the Air rone a abort reason
Program, a Stale these lip from Dr E. W. Me- the executive board line ago has completed hit I. Government commodities
agency with headquarter In I' HINTSTO I steeling of the Slate raini Bu- initial basic military training
Extension Club Meets With
Avon Park, will hold an Open Elwee, Agricultural Bridge Episcopal l--I I lewis la Gainesville here are delivered which were not
Service horticulturist In the county when the menu
House at Its Inpatient hospital First. atore the pot, plant and Mrs. George Johnson laSt a. lieoiiif I'almer who 'I'he airman Is a graduate of made
prior to the Roundup for former a week here with hoi i were
spent 1C
HOMEMAKERS | \llapulnus High School
In out-of-the-way 2 food habits
patient and others In town all an Plac'l Mi'*, George Johnson enter.tamed Church Notes I niece and husband Mr and Mn -- -- Community
for the AA Roundup. The Open and forget about It until her bridge club Tues IW Marjnrle B. Greiorr.Home I mint 1\1.), Jr left TueMlav fortlonllcello are considered
the middle of March Joe R. Ellinor 3, Rise In the coat rut a fond
HOUM U slated 1-4 pm, Feb. 1. This careless treatment Is Intended day. Colorful glads and camel from M. Pauls Drmonntritlon Agent I to visit her brotlur Item,
has. were at Interest points UMIT ItRMG it-law and Inlet,'. Or and !Mci.
to hibernate the pl.ntdW'In : I 4, of
while Preceding! the game a dessertwaa There nothing simple about Is Mt'EstsAItY J.I Bilnion before returning Died January 14 Availability equipmentand
Game Luncheon the frosty days PI'I.unnrl.No ).
feed the served with coCfeeMr this smoking busmen W* al- An Intellectual revolution la 10 her home In Florence. S C
the shriveling top *. Howard Boy Ian won tripled to explore the mural needed among adults Nothing; Whll here she was delightfully Joe R Ullnor: 77. well known menu ate given for Friday
because
Termed SuccessThe sleeping roota.Don't the dormantplant. high score and was awarded a mpllcatlons of smoking taut other than adult learning cm ntertalnrd reiiltlent of Havana. died at and: school of class planning

water Mexican mantilla Holder of Sunday morning in the Adult build the wisdom Indlll'f'nlNlb, Mr and Mrs J. Fisher v lllams SSOpm 1'ue..llY, January 14. preferences ThatKrlilay
low Mr*. David Burnt receiveda 7lass. The only thing I at th. Uatlsclen Counly llos- minti Is usually hot
luncheon which ran say to the preservation and strengthening and their ann In law and
game But, so It won't dry out too dogs hambuiger or flih.
event of yesterday .t novelty belt bout the discussion I* that of our MHlety In a demmrarv slighter, Mr and Mrs Jack pit at
vie an the
much lay potted plant on -
Drink and cookie were also of the smokers have Mi .:lllinm a native of Ihl.I'ounll' .
the Quincy none mm- the basic social I Klchaidson and two daughters
o'clock at
1230 Men
: Its side In a cool dry place Under r:1: who meisure their prog
served during the afternoon decided to smoke was a memtwr of Sall'll1ll'lhlltll.1
In
big s'onoc- has been entrusted In Islted \sldoNta Sunday with
Woman Club, was a sue the back porch U an Ideal ret by that of other men usual
cess More than a hundred enjoyed place If you live on a concrete uence of the discussion, so pie, Therefore the rople must, Ihl' former's brother P. J, \Vil. ravrilde,l Church Havana !tgo short distances.
thin affair which was slab, try storing the sleeping Mrs. Foulk HostessAt we ha\'* bat no ground What continue their development so lam*. who U III funeial services" werecondtt'teul -
we have gained is purely con- be able lo judge ns'wldcao Mr. and Mrs Rlrldlend bv the IIev Ilierndun F.
sponsored by the finance committee In that as to Tracy
plant shady cornerof Bridge Club Meeting .!. I was feeling about for' at the Woodland Cemetery -
The cub house was the assess happenings daughter Emily spent Monday -
attract.vely deco:ated and the carportWhen tenderly Faulk alt-nick from a cold and had their significance, and Judge he In Dothan to be with Mr. al Havana wheie' the bodywas BULLDOZERWORK
entertainedthe
spring comes, Mrs. Henry Interred
'little to contribute I Icrl lK"t- and effects of legislation harold .. lIulll'rIorl.n!
lunch was delicious Mr. Fred purpose Slrretman, ho undersent
awake the
plant by sloughing, Tuesday afternoon bridge Funeral Home was In charge ofarrangements
lor now bul I am not sure that .
the
of
Klbilka was chairman off the dead top and by plating club this week Roses and suigrrvHomuliis .
Others the I have anything lo contribute This connlrwtlve approach to Bilnklev. Jr. ROSNlatlonrd ,
food committee on the root In a new bed of rich of In- UP la Himlvrd his
greenery were at points by wife, of
even al this point I.m. smnk life Is essential of enduring .
committee were Mrs F. J Bells, an at Charleston 8 C. .
soil You the lavana
new two David
can grow terestWinner wna A 11Imir :
Jlr*, Cordy Massey, Mrs. E. M I er but nut an Inhalri 1 smukrIgars leedum V<. need straight Naval Itane> s|>enl, a 7:] hour
plant In last season's pot bu of high and bingo and J, I), Ullnor: both of
Dyal', Mrs J. L, Belt, Mrs Maxwell -the poInsettia will be happier were awarded novelties. ( but not cigarettes Where hlnklng disciplined creativity itwrtv with his parents, Mrnd rallahaMee; a daughter Mrs.
.
do I fit into this Isstt and responsible rooperatinnSuih .
Strom Mrs S. D. Snow problem' Mrs Romulus Btmklry lie
.
If you act It In the soil where At conclusion of three progression J, F Whittle, of Tallahassee;
valuesndenlandlngi ,
I smoking wrong, or JUKI that qualities a* sound _'
den Mrs. James Pfell Mrs a* accompanied by HnckleySirtetmatter
It can flex Ita root better thanIn the hoetess served an I two brothers, both of M Pierre,
Hen Lovlngood Mrs Ralph Por- which Is Injurious, by demon- and sympathy KUSN, alM of
the confines of a pot. I altractlv eparly plate and eight grandthlldien.Lunchroom. LAND
ter and Mrs Max Walker Those tratlon, to health0 What about which only develop In an enIronment Charleston
If did not get a gift of -- -
you the chewing 01 tobacco and site of knowledge All laIrs I
making cakes were Mrs W A. polnsettla for Christmas It Is Tracy Itlddle and daught
1-erguHon Mrs R R KlncaldMrs. to establish planting, of Tuesday Bridge dipping of snuff Is the Indul hew combine In qualify us to er Jmlly: recently returned from CLEARINGPHONE
W. W. Whllmore Mrs Albert the easy holiday ornamentals by Winners Named genre in tobacco the sin, or the xerrlne the rights and meet theobligations I Ii MlllNlon' and CJalneivUlidue

I flake Mrs. A B. Black- purchasing potted Mock from mere smoking of It In rlgtr- of freedom John. 10 the illness of her father, C Menus
burn, Mrs J M Barnes Mrs local Howeversome a Winners at the Tuesday mornIng cites? Does the continued i l)ell"y, the United Stale phllmnpher II l'hittueyiauil ,
Harbert Gregory Mrs L. L. nurseryman thumb duplicate bridge game, smoking of cigarettes by Inhil : and educator, suggested I Woodward of Otalal January ST January 11
operators
Willis Mrs. Kenneth Maxwell green which lion constitute a crrrplng death that "we are f.-.. In the degree wrrk with his
feel that they have better luck was entertained by Mrs. 8.nl l a grandparents Monday, January 17
and Mrs. J. L. Bedenbaugh If they sneak hardwood cutting .' E. H Routon this week were and does the smoker then'by : In which we art knowltg I II Mi and Mrs K I). Wood Sloppy: Joe on Tussled Bun
" Miss Sara May Love Is chairman from Mrs Maurice Owens and Mrs. v I o I a t. that commandment what we are about"It ward. Ji and returned with French FriesCabbage CECIL A. BEANE
of the finance committee, following* the a flowering neighbor yard Fisher Williams, first M.... Albert which says Thou shall do no I l nt enough to hold hem when they went to get Pineapple, Raisin
I Others on It are Mrs. R Hhisickland You 1I.lIOn.1 Kohnk and Mrs. Thomas murder" even lo thyself ground we must make progres Mrs, R I 1) ocidward, Sr, who Salad
can root woild will\ not wall MAIn 76039MERRILL'S
Mrs Jeff Davi. seltla talks by punching hole I Smith <( guest) second and Mrs.Jack since the danger of smoking The has been a patient In the hoepilil Ginger Bread with IxmonNance t
takesharge
Mrs 1 are compounded by the earliest until a new generation there
Q Lanler Richardson Mrs S In the desired location InsertIng Richardson and :Mrs W. .
U la adults who make
1\\ D, Snowden, Mrs John Cannon, three quarter of each of E. Mlddleton third. wilts which the habit gels the churches, theschools Mr. ami Mrs. William Wood. Ji i i... i i I it.....i........i.............................. .\
Mrs James Pfeil Mr*. Howard the The hostess served tiny hot its hold on a person, how much he homes, Hard and ihlldien have return '
woody cuttings Into the sol ItI
" I Thomas: and Mrs. Douglass sausage s'otl.up., sugared aprIcots deterrent power Is there In the the communities rd fiom Atlanta where they

Brooks around and pressing the base the, Be soil sure firmly U 1 sour cream cake, coffee example Ml by adults and peo- our dulls political who determine., economic policy and social on attended (he funeral of lairsWotslwsisis II I I i 1t
Guests pIe In of morsl
were greeted by Miss keep the soil moist nd Coca-Colas positions authority fronts It I. adults who aunt
around the cinllng Apron were awarded for ? 1* the sin In the srnokng have to with the dangersand Mr and Mrs Harry MrCall
MUlchln'1 prizes. only even If not done to cope spent the weekend In leniM-
you maintain of
otMwrtmnltlet every pass-
he point of Imperilling our cola with their aim and dumhier I Ih

HAULINGTRUCKING I dl temperature one for rooting and and- growthIf Garden Circle Meets I personal health, or In the degree lava-Men dav and women must art In law' Mr and Mr.--s-pn .I:' FINAL CLEARANCE ]
to which the weaker Mc( all and family '
you prefer to propogateby while their children are preparing :
With Mrs. Bill DodsonThe
brethren are encouraged to Mrs Ills k Munroe Jr. and"
.
the softwood proji'ct until cutting around, put June off adopt It a* vIse I Is an Industry create. the These world detlskm the children will I Mis Lee It, Munroe left Sunday AND MORE ON ALL FALL ?
Amsrylls Garden Circle
justified even by It* importance for Atlanta to spend
several
These tender shoot root well nherll Aa C. Scott Fletcher, i
met Thursday with Mrs. Bill
to the general econ- stays on business. AND WINTER FASHIONS
under constant mist or In I'resldenl of the Fund for Adult
any Dodson with 12 members In attendance
lo continue the manufac1 Miss I'aula Leslie, student
my aChlpola
ALL KINDS prrpagatlng unit Remember EducatIon: said a few years ago
.
Mrs. Uodion presided i
lure of product which contributes College. Mulaima
a SPORTSWEAR
'ltd Imp<>rt.it to keep the hu during the business" session However fervently alof us REDUCED
neither to the healthnor spent the weekend with her
and Long Distance I nudity high around the cuttings \ report from the executive well-being of the consum..r may hope that our children and cots, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rayrnon par Bobble Brooks Pastel Wool Skirts i
Curing the rooting their children will exceed us Inability
process board was brought by Mrs. R ? lisa smoking always been Unite
Furniture Insured I .
There are a number of and Judgment the fat. ,
polnaetlus D. Woodward Jr.
slu/ul Intrinsically, or does It Mrs Owar May Mulled her "
that will well 'out ful dif Udons of the present and : and Matching Sweaters
\ grow Mrs. T. W, Unley presented lecomt sinful only when the hiuhnd who Is In t rent home .
of doors. If the Immediate future will be
you desire red- an Interesting program on horticulture individual has sawn fully ap- In Panama Illy, this week :
Sam bnctedarlelles made by those and : BAGS-COSTUMEJEWELRY-LINGEmE j
such men women
propagate how to the
Hulley prepare praised of Us daggers, or dun LI and Mr. drone Dyer
plants as fireball IndlanapollRed soil what typo to use and specified It become tin only when he who are now mature. In run Jr of Jacluonvllle spent the i
!
Albert Ecke oak llnulng liberal education thy REDUCED UP TO W
' leaf or thIngs that could be planted personally accepts Its danger ) weekend her with her
parents, .
Mrs. Paul Lcke. have a means for endeavoring .
For color
com at this .
MAin 7-6433 blnatlon mingle the red plantIng -' During season.the social hour the .In is real spit and of continue his tonv..U..1Would to .smoke to make these decision In the Mr MlM and Sura Mr May. Jeff Love Davis and Mr. ..........................................................
with !:eke white a pink hostess wisdom of reflection and with
or served refreshment. lh. displacement of! John Ashley served a. judges
I variety .1.1I smoking a* pleasure or vice In the ."courage of examined beliefs In the i'estetlia show In Talla' HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED
Poinsettias will grow on Mrs. Fisher Williams the life of the smoker really hassee Saturday, i
S. ADAMS ST. wide range of wills including Induce him to take up praclices, Mr and Mrs, U C Fleming
I sand murk. marl, rocky sol I Hostess At BridgeMrs. equally as, or more, vicious! to and children UNI and Stabs of CARS

J Fisher William was take iu place Would the comNilslve Albany spent the weekend with USED PARTS for all makesof
I hoates to her Wednesday afternoon smoker, giving this / 'JOfllMrs. / ler soother Mrs llrnry '"111..
.. Can and Trucks
NORTH FLORIDA GAS CORP. : bridge club Roses and habit up, aulomallrally become Mr*. Clyde Baker left Hun-

camellia were at Interest subject to some physical menace Hay for her home In Alamogordo 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE

MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE GAS I point. just a* destructivewould J O Taylor of tensing New Mexico, WE BUY JUNIED CARS
I Mrs. Maxwell Strom, who won the alternative cancel each olh Muhlgan arrived Sunday for a a visit with her uncle fOllo..ln'l

Gas Bang Prepare It Better high core' was awarded a nov- er out? Is there a type of perematity visit with her slater Mrs A. M. Mr, and Mr*. K H. 1422 W. Jefferson MAIn 7-7115
cIty Mr. Oorlell E4-
as was rather relative
I to shUts smoking Is a KU-hard and brother and .-
I Water Heater wards, t guest who held low. ihyslologlcal and/or psycholog- Ipr-In-I.w. Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Mr and Mrs Robert Gardner!

At conclusion of three progressions cal necessity and from whom Jackson. have returned from a I wo weeks I CALL US FOR FINEST _
Thermolaire & the hostess served a II might be dangerous to withdraw Mr and Mrs. R'III|| Loyal vacation In Key Weal

Dearborn Gas Heater dessert with coffee access to tobacco Would and daughter Andrea of Tampa PRESCRIPTIONSERVICE J34
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Norqe Washer smoking become perfectly' r" were recent guetlt of hu
Birth Announcement pec-table and moral If the elment .- mother, Mr. E. M. Dyal and WoodwardAdczynsAnnouncement

S RCA Whirlpool Dryers Mr. and Mrs Charles U Row which constitutes the general other relative
ell, Jr., of Signet Mountain, heallh haiaid were Iwlated Mr, and Mr*. U M. Pope of Is made of the
S RCA Whirlpool and Tenn, announce the birth of a and removed In the nunu Alamo Georgia were thai weekend marital of MlM Margaret Vitamin Sal. '

Norqe Refrigerator COOK WITH GAS daughter on December 8. abe Lactating proem And the last guest of Mr, end Mr. N Woodward la I. W, Adam January Cold Remedies -
has been named Mary Soutt and mort Important question of F. Fain, Or. II.
24 HOUR DELIVERY: : TRUCI9 RADIO EQUIPPED I The couple has t eon, Charles all Mae anybody gut a clg Mr and Mis. UnUo May The reremnny wa performed First Aid Supplies FREE MOTOR
HI arette? and Mrs II A. Lulen had as bf the Rev Ilronann Matney Jr. Baby Supplies CandlM DELIVERY
112 C. Washington Street Quincy, Florida Mr. and Mr Charles U Sow- reeenl guest their brcMhrrJudMin ,1 at the home of Mr, and Mr*.

ell of Qulnry ere the paternalgrandparents Mueller and wife" If Julian B. Adam.
Telephone 627-6034 Sanford MASSEY DRUGS
Mrs. Doyle Is I.
Mr and Mrs James Phd Puhlte apeaklng I Is easy. It's;
I Death Victim I have returned from Atlanta the thinking brtor you speskthst WM( Jefferson Street Phone MAIn 7.8211

MODERN HOMESI I Tturt*no pltct Me home_ where they visited the furnlUare '( hard '
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JUST WHAT THE NAME IMPLIES- ..0It Mrs Irene Sharp Doyle, 40. Charles Owens and John
of Greensboro, pained Shaw
away Curry students at Abcs.
-: 'i Wednesday, January 1$ at her ham-Baldwin College, Tuton
; Modern Beautiful EconomicalA I
Pictures home, She! was a member of the spent the weekend wiSh their
New friendship Baptist Church parent, Mr. and Mrs Checks Completesoil :

at Manysrdvllle Tena and Owen and Dr. and Mr. J. M
DOLLAR AND A DEED IS ALL YOU NEED lOW= moved to Cadsdrfl County 10 Griffin
years *go. She was a saUce of Mr. and Mr*. Jeff DavIs are i insect controlfor
PAYMENTS LOWER THAN RENTl : .... fLISI Union County, Tenn. visiting In Tunmn, ArIzona with
She U survived by her hue- thaw con in law and daughter

band Charlie Doyle, of Oreenboro *- Capt. and Mrs Kennetk M.UII ...-

Choos. from Over 21 AvaIlable Plans ; a. daughter.who resides Mrs.la fnroihjrVoung. Trta. Mr., and Mr Carl Kitde have tobacco !

a .....,., Ud Mynatt, of Hey, a* their guest her mother, Mrs.
mour, Tetin. and twe brother., I, T Bailey of Chattanonrbe.

Write Come By or Call 627-6297 I {Ij. Trnn Charlie and Sharp Squire, of Sharp Mtryvlll, of' Mile at Saunas Ifuatlngdua Woodhery College,.student lleptxblor b the Invclwufc you can depend on

I LtHtrell, Trnn. Montgomery I* spending the for control of wirtworm*. arluui ipecto of

Modern Homes Construction Co. The body wa* hipped U' semester break with her annlh.er gufunnsshgi graM. moU ablti*. iced corn
Kaoxvllle. Trnn, for burial by,1 Mrs. N. L. Vroudbery. MUM I

ChatU Hlway 627-6297 Quincy the J. Bdam, Funeral Home M__We. < _student at_ flU, RUCJEPU, loUcoo wcrjwarmt, romworrm, green
I
kODAJC' e June twU Urvae. MM] cKlxr iou Imecli

I DIXIE LOAN COMPANY Vmalib IktjUiMar like* cart of all lorwoco

:rn&12tn100Oufflt toil Wised poMrmt.One breed** pfrfcilicmI

Georgia Angus Association I MONEY WHEN YOU NEED ITI or before irn>pfjniin| lime, protects your

$25 to $ OO.OO On Signature. Furniture crop all Kavxt. Mrpl.hl h etonofrw.il.

DOUBLE HEADER SALE 1143P4 Loodisag .. Car or Real Estate sod feas no unplciunl odor Gel lH lh. Mil

.IJI4l ltr11l v p' I',/ Imrtct control for. UP TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY AT you py

JANUARY 30. 1964 &..-.......,..,-..., I DIXIE LOAN COMPANY from your dealer now. Oust*, granule, tprajn,

I ... se ,.. .deq .-4 ,.-.
SELLING100 Females. 75 with Calves and i I ...., ... -' w... I 122 W. Ie"". 81 Qutorr PfcoM 127.7474 or fcruhacr mature

Rebred I .. gs._ .sa's -...- ; WUicr4 Cftrmiol Opootlrm,

JANUARY 31 1964 ill ......., s.p ...... 1Is Ml r.Obky3t.C.lakago, IU. ff411Y3eptachlor
.. .. .. ... ....... TIME TO WE HAVE .
SELLING100 Breeding Age Bulls from 18 ,.... ..... ....... ss mel ssbh. **. Palnleraaw

months to & years old .. .we........ ...... (. ....- UiUft
.... ... hal... bsop psissl c...bie UM elI kills
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UNION STOCK YARDS I j: j I AIM A....... EWtofGaJwaM
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ALBANY. GEORGIA $17.50 I _. ee k CaneCarey wire worms, cutworms ,
I I A*.4>N BMflM
P.M.
SALE STARTS 1:00 I Geld Seed Shoelesik

PROMPTLY EACH DAYI I REMODEL e' Gr*- P.4..em
CROUCH'SREXALL H nte G* a* k fan *.*....* other soil insects !
For Further Information Contact BUILD n. M.. >e4 .* Other 11__

CARL O. PARKER feldman DRUGS i BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO.

3358 Mathls SL TeL SH 3-82S5 Macon. Ca. Quincy. Florida
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i PAGK_ KVGHT_ CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2J, 1864

bmerk and until/ their attempts I

7 Special! lane ParkerPUMPKIN Special! Jan. ParkerPOTATO Our to world play U Cod made up of a a new recipe for- 1
THE
variety of men and.religion.I
Some art white some are black. Annie Crop-A Family Favorite
3, FARM some are red some are yellow -
but ill are human beings and as
FRONT all seek the same blessings.
w Some bow to one God some
PIES CHIPS .x to another, but all know the
Y DOYLE CONNER same desire for peace, for happiness ,
i'r iOMMISSIONERFLORIDA and all understand! the! a
1 ,1"', love of children, the joy of I
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE beauty the bleating of peace

1Lb., 39c 1 Lb 49 the The same mothers love of for mankind their have off

Each Box"Sup.rR19ht" Some observer of the WashIn springs be they white, black
(ton scene are iipctln announcement City Week. red of yellow God creates all
I of a "Bet Amirl- mankind equal but human
ca" campaign thin year 1a The "one to.o ,* or fat balanced hearts succumb to the evil Influences L 1;
new AdmlnlBtmllon move to which I r.ported that hate, Intoleranceand
Short Shank Fully Cookd"SuperRight" help, stem Kit outflow of dol- a'fw'weeks ago, didn'tseem Ignorance generate. Parents .s.5,biM
,lire and relieve some of ourbalanceAfpsyments to go over too well In nurse there I Ket
; problem. their first marketing test Nevertheless them on to their h'rdnn: P.III
Who! or Half I It U suggested that the trip the company controlling The white must hate the black
abroad and the cruise-ship holIday the new type of hen The Hindu must hate the Buddhist -
HAMS 12 to 16 Lb. 49C which have become to fruit plans to Introduce them the Protestant must hate
AverageLb I popular In recent years, maybe In Southern California and later the Catholic The South must
I loiinf i bit of their "lUtui" In a rajor Southwest area hate the North. The Jews must
._ glamor. If thit li true, official hate
In the original Utah teat the Arabs. Thla color must
backing for a campaign to pro- area major food haw that color. This
a chain baa nation
Western Pork (LOIN HALF Lb. 49c)
I mote ". In America could dropped the new eggs A must hate that nation.
make the Idea i success be-! apokesmsn for the franchised Babes born wlh the love of
cause It would be "fashionable"to producers noted the Introductory God In their hearts with no
Rib Half do 10.riorlda'i. I price of 69 cents a dozen knowledge of the poison that
tourism, which Is ,may have been out of line when have entered the hearts of ,
LOINS r
4 to 6 Lb, to dhow biff
continuing
galna
45c"SuperRI9ht" Grade AA were selling st 49 to adults are taught tics same evils
Average even every more year U, a should"See America"Increase 94 cents. I that brought wars, death and 1 --It'a far to beat a combination of juicy apples, aplcea, brawn

Lb. .. campaign really takes hold. I In other news about foods I deduction to their elders unr, and crisp m&ne&.7tmalted& cereal granules In making Apple
And our plans for State Dev.lopment note that a big dairy distributor I For nearly 3,000 years preachers Crisp.This family ; er than ever to prepare when you
Heavy Western Beef Rib of outdoor In Hartford, Connecticut: lisa have inaructed their congregations tiM malted aregranules. They are ready to use just as they
more
reereitlon informing them that additional preparation is nto....!' .
facilities :started selling, for home deliv come from the packajre-no )
already underway
'try, a 23'pound! lO-quart "box" "God Is Love." The same story !,conomy-mlndc3
improve
may begin to pay dividends 'of milk. In a variety of forma have beenadvanced fut oereala not to add variety to theirtoooking and to
even sooner thin expected. fay followers. of cereal make Important eon.
The container 1s a corrugated other Its nutritional alue, Breakfast
ROAST ut 69c In the meantime;;; I note that paper box with milk vacuum not beliefs heed.but still mankind does trlbutioni of protein, Important B vitamins, essential minerals, !
and food
C. visits to the U. ,. national forms and packed In a polyethylene bag Isn't It time that we realize energy.
a pliatlo iplgot.
Apple Crisp E
soared
to 125 million In the that Cod waves no flag, endorsee
pant year, tor a 12-mllllon ,gain Designed In a home for convenient storage no creed, drsws no color line' 4 cups diced, peeled eooklnc! X teaspoon grated lemon tin(
_. over 1962.Our 1 refrigerator the but seeks only to give His blessing apples U teaspoon cinnamonH
Sultana Pork & :Beans or ;Eii Sisruiiit --- own Everglades National package requires about 40 percent to all mankind I and li isI cup malted cereal grannie % cup butttr or margarine,
lona :Baby -l 1 Park attracted nearly 670,000 amount lest of space thin an equal much concerned with one In H cup brown sugar, packed melted
visitors 1863 for a yearly lain Delivered milk In glass jugs dividual is another How much Place apple tn shallow 1%.qu.rt baking dish. Combine cereal,
Lima Beans \Can' IDc fi" \,. PLAID of 7 per cent. A 32 per cent price U $2.70. longer must we defy His will, lunar, lemon rind, and cinnamont mix. Add butter or margarlnet
50 STAMPS iil lain Wit registered In December and follow the agonising manmade mix eprmkla cereal mixture evenly over apples. Rake in moderateoven
.' alone. TOO LATE Idols that each day brings SSO'F) until apples are tender, about 40 minutia Serve
Nestlei Milk
Choc., Almond I' It was reported more than this 'world nearer to total destruction warm or chilled or whipped cream fluffy hard sauce,et
or Crunch Choc.Candy With thia I coupnn and purchase elPkg. (5,000 persons camped In or TO CLASSIFY ? vanilla ice cream.Yield: 8 aervlnra.
I I :. ef 1 Schlck BUInleM SiSterl I / used one of the two camp-

Bars Pkq. 39Cf Injector M grounds In the park a 45 percent _. ...
BIBLE VERSE -- -- -
of 10 Rotor Blades I $1.00 fl I Increase over the previous By Russell Kay
1M J.1.2a. Coupon good thru Jin. HE year At one location neatly 60
IlMdllne writers have '
new csmptlles were opened a warped TO STUDY"In
h.J during the holidays to meet the Idea of NEWS. They grab MADAM FAY PALMIST
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all
79c SJ Increase of camping visitors. dispatches from the wire services thy win acknowledge
or take a scrip from the him and he chill direct thy
------------------- GUARANTEES to read your ENTIRE LIFE
; city desk and bit out iminhheadline. path.
..a: The U. S. Department of Agriculture That's their Job a that's 1. Who Is the author of the past present and future She asks no

A&P Cream Style or I' PLAID I national foreali reported now recently have 67 the,'! the way they are trained' to 3. Can above saying want questions to ,know but ,WILL giving TELL dates you and whet f..u you of
fn&bG I 730 picnic and camping unit think. Hit 'em hard and hit ,m you name this man's
Whole! Kernel Golden I often. Get ATTENTION. father? huolncM, love health and family affairs.
gv STAMPS for families visitors space enoughfor 1 American Killed In J>..n.m. i. Who was his mother? m Tells you whom you will MARRY and
I 354,834 at one time' .." "Arabs Riot In Palestine" 4. Where may this verse be whan. If the on. you love U true, emu
With this coupon and purchsss el I In addition Federal technical, "Bomb Kills Seven In Zenecuela. found? what to do to be mcoMiUl. Will unite
CORN: I 1 Lbv 1 O*. Ring Jan Parker assistance hat been given In the ." "Pope Jostled in Holy- the Bcpsnatml locate absent friends ansI
Light Tender Cake peat IB month to 2,500 I Answers ;
r'tI'a; Land. "Moslems Fight Bud te Bible Verse relatives, cause happkieea between MAN
Angel Food 49c In various of the nation acre* dhlsti in India. "Church 1. Solomon. and WI!" &. Make up lover's quarrel
I part
a J.l-g6. Coupon good thru ".n. I' Bombed In Alabama "Blacks 2. King David .
who Intend to make recreation
1s natural evil Influence
I Butcher White I. Balhslieba. Tells If sickness or bad lisle enemies
A&P Sauerkraut Ii ____ : their prime source of income.I' all In the day's in AfricaIt's work." It'.I 4. Proverbs: 6. end bad luck. Dots not tell you to please you, BUT
.... Some of the acreage had been will tell the truth One vim will for dl88pp04n-t-
-- repay you
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ASP Apple Sauce =. .. i used for crop currently aurpiia. -' The words Hale, Ignorance, MOTHER TO ue INFANTS ment In all others. I not only read your life like an open
: ji.iiiii .
.f.----j I' Intolerance, seldom make the Lo. Angeles Mrs. Julie book but I alto help you out of your troubles. Medium and

Iona Green Beans I PI.&ID 'II It U worth noting that wen heidllnes but these are the Dyer said she was "Just crasy" divine healer
&bG 75,000 volunteer committee forces that make the news that about Infants as she sat happily Corns and see why you eve ao unhappy, why evsrvthtng'
2.5
Iona Diced Carrots ii BUMps i member are working throughout cause ful the killings. and sorrow rocking nineteenth her child.two hundred and seems to wrcng. Why be cad and downhearted, sick and
the nation on Rural AteDevelopment .. aftermaths.A Two worried when you can he helped and everything made clear
at state, county or few Impetuous student In of this number were her by eonwHingTHIS GIFTED ADVISER.Everyone .
Mix 'Em or Match tint I4 With this eeupen .nd purchase elM ,.iI area levels. According to the Panama fly a flag In defiance own. The others were new !born
I Federal Extension Service's lat-I of law. An Ignorant white man Infants put In her care over the welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED. .1 make no
Loaf
1 Lb. Jam Parker Ce.ck.dt
eat annual report, 61,021 art isuulu. a Negro in defiance of last Iw.nU1 by in adop house to house call*. She will prove that you can obtainyour
t|2 Wheat Bread 21c working on county committees., law. A governor stands at a tion igency. ires. : e dand and confidential Madam
6 l Lb. 79c IB J.I-M. CoupoB good thr Jan. S6.m 5,220 on multi-county or area door In defiance of law. A... Fay "dii by the State: County. Located permanently
Can groupa and 1,152 on the slate'ligious fanatlo leads a riot. And In her own home for many years in Tallnhaanpe, Ha.,
level. 'so The ems Highway BO Sect 3 Mile. out on the Jacksonville Highway.
USDA reports It made loam of the fathers ire 7M Look for Uie Hand Sign Open dally from 7 e.mr to 9 p.m.
for the first urns In 1883 to aid visited upon the children even >nd Sunday from 1 p.m. te I p.m.

EXTRA SPECIAL I Whit. Hotue farmers associations of farmer* to Uon.the third and fourth genera <<
and others In rural
area to produce MADAM FAY PALMIST
outdoor Back of the tragic headlines 1666
recreation enter 1'
'prises.. Some :Ht million dollars brew ilateignorsnae the and Intolerance Pb.... 214-6032 j jDlazlnon
poisons men's minds
wn advanced to 130 farm

Evap. Milk 6 13 Fluid 77c operator and 28 rural ear u- that cause human beings to go --. _____ _____ -_ _-.
OIL. Cans nations in 41 slates to expand "
opportunities In their area for
finding, camping, golfing, swimming
and other outdoor recre-

:Buy 4, Get 1 FREE! Ann Page Regular Sparkle ation. alt' tlflAti ,, v .

It doesn't always require a
big investment to carry out
plans to Increase rural Income

Puddings 5 Pkgi 33CEXTRA and job opportunities.A .
cooperative hunting project "
that cost only (107.50 to operate u.otOet
Is estimated to have returned bra.n .
some f300,000 of Income lastyear

SPECIAL! Ann Page Pure Blackberry County to In the Nebraska.people of According Outer 4

to nit RAD report, It brought n
3.000 hunters from 28 states for >
the three-month pheasant huntIng .
Preserves 2 Lb 59C eeaion. Each hunter spent C
Jar about $100 during his 'la)'.
Town and farm people, work-
ing together to promote their
county, alto discovered they and
the hunters learned a lot about
f Yellow Coo1dnCJONIONS each others viewpoints. It was ,
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Western Red DeliciousAPPLES

I Fence Posts "

,..- .,. the ti
'&N1'A.'J''L'TB! !
2 29ci 'f; ':d
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lbs. I .bo.rtwtl.d..raea.that wet

i Fresh Crisp ,..1.8 4 It 6kC.4 CiIII&


1 stops the wireworm threat to young tobacco


CARROTS 2 Lb. 19c ..
Bag rant after plant row after row- vigor. as s broadcast iprty Dh In all Me.dratt
nun )nun iDiMcco proves the value of towtments trnrnedijterr after application.
> Olailnon Insecticide for wireworm And, there mil another way 10 protect
NI' Ace LowIltc..awa.d. / Control your young mbecce from wfeeworm
J A single application! of DiajMon M add DiuirxM low to your ten*.
Golden R1I-- Pk9. of 10BISCUITS pew vide Demote/ the attack begins.knocks plant water.

I, oust w4iwonm. They oVw't get a chance If ccHveMes Bins **M*
to feed on lOOtS or bore Into tenderstems.
Control eAectlvenets Is ouMandang You can count on Outran to Mp rats
crop thrtve, and grow rlRnt sVoueti tile
VeuH tee me resuln' 11\strong (
680L49cPkgs. voting critical e rSpertod wfier wkewona
IrimtiUnn nd atom uniform aundConlreJ
damage can be diuttroiA And vie can
PentaTruteiPosts ; w.ewawY.resid.se e* ml count on tXumon to do the Job safely
You tan depend on Diulnon" Inwckodeto without haaard to "Kumar and _
are solve your wtfewems potot.m- FVMat maK. without htnrd to the
Sultana Salad i She Mreworm* he.. ........ ..... Ark your supplier tor *e crop Dunnaaj
BIG sore to one of due tot ineedUdes wed! tofmuUiion you nnd.nd Start the
your an me part Hrd bal wmworms are season witrmst wnrrW above wtrewonsiCeity
Wood! any to coMrd with DIUIMMV 4.fII.
in
DRESSING Qt. 39C Buy The problem ol Mrewomt rewetancetonlinu ; Agriratlisral Ck* kaaa.'OMawn ofCeity
** to \
Jar spread In all !the Important Chemical
Corporadon Saw
I tobMtt MIl
Pat & Lumber River toad, Aidtlry, New York
.,. Tea.deer..esre...... i Preceding Co. chance**** cant. = = e

'+ PL1ID StIIIPS Havaaa-Qisteey Hwy protection with" Duamon.Cfcooae .
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_______ Calhoun .. Available atriETCHOl Yew CM Gei ,
if y.., birlhd.y tIIptCt lop ontftol oi wtmmmii I
t L t t Street t* I s JlMMT. I CO. ,*, ... yam art* OaHsM to 4 weeks ______ gyl ,
II.*t Petrel u I O..1IeNI etMaf of unspiar*.. adcai ftM.
,..... ,.... drtv I >HIM FEED STORE *owwf Dumm IOC ....... watt any .
era 11e._ llavaM wend** Seems apfca.... Or. apply D. ,
Prices this ad are good I eelhef IXanrai IOW or DMianois AC SOB l3ZJnon

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I Promoted Ai Southern Wires ley made an inter-dub I'hlt tee's selection for January AnKeUa on diversion has been increase '
10 the Havana Club Mondu Brooks, w ho li outstanding tram 40 to 50 percent or K
nlabLFarmer's in both school and church activities acre, whichever In larger'' of I A RESOLUTIONIN
I V was named GIrl of the the farina feed grain base Mao MEMORY OF
Month Mies Brooks gave s the maximum payment rate wll I
Tax short talk on activities of Quincy apply (o all acreage diverted EDITH WHITFIELD STREETMAN
girls and expressed her ap. where the total diversion on
(Continued from Pate One predation for the txchang the farm It 40 percent or more I I "I hope to CM my Pilot face to face
examples show how the rules ette Club which was organised of the ted grain bw resulting, When I have crossed the Bar.
work In actual situations. The 1 1I 11 1963 She staled that she felt In' a higher payment rate fxniont '
I I booklet contains t calendar 'that 1 there was a need for a continulng farms. The average ylclifiguin WHEREAS
tills when to pay taxes, file tax sponsorship of Mich girls used In computing dl' our Heavenly Father In Hit inscrutable
return and do other. things required project version and prl _upport pa"- wisdom, called from earthly labor on
by law There also a Ed Brogdon WM selected as menu are now based on the 4- December 20 1963 Hit faithful servant, Edith Whit-
check tilt of farm Income and the Boy of the Month for his :year (10o9-ei average yield for field Streetman
I rp expense Items and a filled-m outstanding s.polar hIp>> sad the county Instead of the 3 year :
.t income tax form with explana- sports records. He gave t short ((1MHMIO) average at was done 1 AND WHEREAS, (or almost a decade, Edith
lions.February. ,talk on what football meant to d'rnP programs, (mult. I Whitfleld Streetman rendered unsurpassed service
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17lh u the legal,him. leg higher normal yield
; deadline for farmers to file Income figure In many ca.ei>. to the Quincy High School the Parent.Teacher Association
tax retains except for The county office manager and this entire community:
iiRonald those who file a tax estimate by Feed GrainContinued urged all farmers to carefully I She brought to her proleitlon sterling character
January 13 It.n estimate is I consider all of the facts on how
filed, the farmer then has until ( Irma Figs One) the program can benefit them a warm and cheerful personality, high scholarship,
Uilahed: anit his final return -I and In turn the country at a keen Intellectual interest, unflagging standard of
r pay any additional Grain Program, like the Sue- whole and then make their derision excellence
correctness of detail and
tax owed. restful 11161, U and '83 pro- about participating In creative abtttf
Drop by the county agents r.WTh-: be entirely volun this year's voluntary feed grain In literary and dramatic fields
office and pick up your copy programs have accomplished program She gave unsparingly of her time and talents
) Lemitux -harks 811"M;:;;- of this Tax Guide lnd.'ou much toward the to
endeavors,
religious and contributed without
also of Increasing farm
call objectives
Shift Supervisor may or write our of.
I Finishing Department Weaving Shift Supervisor Shift Supervisor flee If It U more convenient, Income, reducing the surplus Tigers Suffer stint to the Lie of the community:
Department "caving Department..-. and we will mall you one. ttotks of feed grains to a desirable Partn.r in a singularly happy marriage with
level and reducing the
Fennell Ices Program; Cotton, Tobacco dollars were brought to Cadi 'costs to the Government and li n Two Setbacks Harold B. Streetman, her beloved "Pete: she .till
May and Peanut Marketing Quota den County by these programs Bywater turn to the taxpayers of hand retained strong and active ties with the dear ones other
Programa; Feed Grain Pro either by direct payment or In ',Ung and storing the feed grain childh
(Continued from od at Belmont
One
Page ) grams: Price Support Programs (Continued: frees Page Oae) wrpluses! He added though. In Recent TillsBr Mississippi:
counties Is handled by consoU on corn cotton cottonseed pea Mr May wit Introduced by that the Job la not finished A person of unusually tender feeling Edith
dated offices located In adjoining nuts, flue-cured tobacco, tong Glower Pearce, program chairman Quincy have no physical trouble, and th.t In recognition of t Br DODD James was especially fond of children of all and
countlet oil and wool; Farm Storage Facility thus vividly Indicating that facts the Congress suthorlted Times Sport Writer ages
Program of the USDA, which and Mechanical Drier Loan C. B. Shelter of the Havana mental health affects physical continuation of the program for Leon Llont basketball team her love and kindness extended even to dumb anL.
the Gadsden County ASCS has Programs; and Conservation Reserve Klwanlt Club, and Hugh health mac than I Is ,..UIf'tI. the 1064 and 1M5 crop yea rs. swapped leads with Quincy malt:
responsibility for and Land Use Program Thompson and Frank Morgan, Following Rev Bywaters remark The 1X14 program although High six Umei before going, AND WHEREAS, the members of the Quincy
were lilted by .dmlnl.trln"j' A brief description was given of the Quincy High School KeyGub *, Carl Rude, chairman of bsrlcally the tame aa the 1IM3nn ahead to stay early In the see Par.nl-Teacher
following about each program and IU use were guests the Boy and Girl of the Month ,gram, does have certain additional and quarter storming to a BIM! Association feel that their deep sense
action Program and related Conservation and effect on Gadsden County Austin Nixon, Julian AdamsW committee of the Uchange advantages for partial win on the Tlgm home court of loss at the temporary separation from this esteemed

Materials and Sara,It was shown that thousands of D. Lines and Romulus Brink-_ ,_Introduced _the _commit: paling- -farmers:. _The_ -top I _limit ,Tuesday night I colleague and cherished friend Is shared by
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Leon managed to OIllM-or.1
Qulnry In every period grad a.-I. many people, of many ages, in many place.,
iv stretching to their U point NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the

differential I above facts be officially recorded, and that copiesof
Qulncy Gale Cwleman took
DANLEY & SEALY OFFER game scoring honor pumping this Resolution be sent to the family of Edith

In 1* polnlt Teammate Gary,I Whitfleld Streetman, and to newspapers at Quito,
Edwards t'OlIlIrtPd 11 points,I Florida and Belmont Mississippi
matching Leon t I'st Behm and
Duke Miles 11 point effort Don. by the Quincy, Florida Par.nt-T.acher

The Baby Lions stretched I Association this 21tt day of January, A. D. 196C
their winning streak to 42 gooey the recommendation d Its
upon \/OlA..mqned
committee -
by downing Q ilncy't JVt 10.:29
THESE BEDDING SAVINGS In t real thriller .

Friday night Uulnry suffered
1U second setback of the weekat QUINCY, FLORIDA PARENT.TEACHER
the hands of the Sharks 58.47 ASSOCIATIONBy

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The Tigers trailed throughout R. W Porter
1W the contest at much as 11pilntt
at halftime, but starowed President
A .Scaly -. -y"\ 2 ,0LW the margin aa low as four Attest: Darlene Brown
.'...r 1: !IMS In n In I Uie fourth period
: 7 HOTEL-MOTIL 'IY This win gave the Shasta t SecretaryFOR

.AitnwcrscaryYOURCHOfCE 4 .. %. V SPECIAL 7'I 02 erU1M'e math, THE COMMITTEE::
: ;7 In leading the victor Fred
t / Chtinn ripped the nets for 2}I Guy A Race, Chairman
I \ ,'J& 2PI minis.. Top scorer for Quincy Melba Strong
.. High was forward Porch
t CEB97S Uary Maldee Barnett
SLEEP with 14 point, Two other TI-
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....- J \ yws of arwn Quint?'i Bs whipped Port St
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Y' i Winston Chester and Gary Cole- 4tw
AT LOWTW ; awwasl.was..lratag Is.prAgr man pared Uulnry with IS and
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Lions To Host I C-P High Conference Set Mount Zion Northsido Freddie ton. Douglas and Mellie Lan.


Lake City Friday' School NewsBy 1 1y At Saint James Church NewsThe School NewsOn George EIGHTH Dupont GRADE Clydi Grlf.

fin, Faye Berbhant, Betty Lee,

The Cartr-Prramore basketball Eloulae Williams Service Sunday will b. al Pastor, officer and Wednesday, January 15th Hazel Addison, Catherine Ohan
teams will entertain I followti Sunday School 9:4a.m : /\ membera of Mt. Zion Primitive the Music Department presented filer, Larry Jonea, Harold Mc.
Richardson HlBh Wolves Friday I and Linda Dixie with Powell E. Woodberry Baptist' Church extends a chapel program. The Intyre, Ronnie Richardson and

evening In tho Lions Den Monday and Tuesday of lest In charge, Morning worship, thanks to the many frienda that I program r was centered around Willie ..
The Wolves will bring to the week many of the sidewalk 11 am. and evening' worship in isiyway 'help the annuel moos the correlation of Music with SEVENTH GRADE
Shade Tobacco Capital a well were covered with ice as a result will commence at 8 p.m. lay program to be a luccesi. other subjects in the school Paulette Jackson, Ella W...
balanced team. Despite their of the low temperature and Thursday evening, 6 p.m. Special thanks to the curriculum therepoon Jaseie Hones, Geraldine .
record Coach Anders and nil the custodians were kept busy weekly prayer eervice will be; Mr. Willie L. .pelker'l On Wednesday night, January Duncan Sheryl Lawson
staff have one of the better trying to free the sidewalks so leM. Thursday night 7.SO: p. those persons appearing and 15th, the Northade Gladiator Ethel Lee and Connie Miller.
learnt In recent year. Lake the students could get to their m. Stewardess Board 4 will be rendering other valuable aer were defeated by Greenville *-
City lost to Jackson County clauses safely. We would like entertained. tit the horn of Mrs vices with a score of 41-34. Zetas Observe
Training School recently by a to thank the custodians for their +lI Annell Hoiley.Stewardeaa. I The Chairman of the Finance On Friday night January

dote score. untiring eflort The custodiansare Board 2 will be 'committee alan expresses his 18th, the NorthsJde Gladiators Founders Day

Jackson County's Panthers of Mr. C. Davit, Mr. D. Gra- ealtJ. pm. :In thanks In behalf of the com tapulgue. I
Msilanna, played a return game ham, Mr*. E. Smith. Miss K the horn Powell. mittee to the captiana rf clubs,
here lest fcaturday evening Andrews and Mrs I. Bentley The Second Quarterly Conference and its membera. The turn of school gymnanium. The Zeta family Sorore
Marianna had prevloualy defeated With the taut of revenge In will begin Friday night $905.01 was realited. With 30 points Gen McBride Amicaea, end ZeUrettes, met la

the .Carter Parramore their heart, the mighty Carter. Elder C T. Sykea will be In Communion services will be was the high-point man joint fellowship en Sunday,
high flying 'Lions there, thus Parramore Lion defeated the charge. held Thursday evening (.30 p. of the varsity team followedby January 19, lit Mt. Moirisvh Din.

blemishing a perfect season rec Marlanna Panther Saturday Elder Sykea will bring the m. All members are urged to Oliver Farlin IS point Ing Room to celebrate the
night with a score of 81 to 76 morning message, Sunday and attend. With 33 points, Eugene Lamb founding of the Zeta Phi Bata

ord.The triple header feature Thus game proved to be one of Sunday evening.Visitors the was high-point man of the Sorority Inc. It was Indeed gratifying
Friday evening 7pm. senior
Parra- the most exciting thus far la the Junior Varsity to have each group register .
Friendship and Csrter- attending services choir will stage ita rehearsal.
more Pee Wen, with the cod, season. Sunday were Mine Margaret Sunday School will commence edT following persona earn their willingness to sup*
Roll for
Honor
an average Zeta In her effort to builda
the Mlm Darnrlla Andrew and port
to
In squesker going member of St. John A. with Supt.
a 9.45
Shaw a : a.m.
Mr. John Daniels attended the the third six weeks with average better community la which to
friendship Eagles. M. and Murry Light Jam King in charge. Teacher between 9095.TWELVETH l v.. The meeting we in..pirtng. .
Music Clinic at Florida Agricultural E.aC very
The Junior CoP J.C.T, game and Mechanical University 'o. member of Beulah Hill and members are urged to re- GRADE Those present were)

set the stage In the second Thursday and Friday Mwionary Baptist Church. port on time. Lucile Lockett, Margaret Nel- Sorore Ruby Prawns, Alice M.
game The Jackson County JVs The morning worship service Bobbie Robinson Alice
January 10 and 17. eon, Jackson Vera Daniela, Olivia
were seeking revenge for the i i will begin at 11 am. with Stewart Bush
The Music Department ens'dially Official Visits Betty Mary Robinson, Ruth Robinson and
defeat handed them. In the previous Invites each of you to a the Rev Jeremiah Gee bring Roberta, Janice Robinson Jamea Roberta Stephens, who presided

meeting trumpet recital featuring Mr. Chapter the menage. Gardner Davetta Holten, Ma- during the business aeaaon.Amicaea .
Quincy
The young Panthers started Leonard Boule of Florida Agricultural The Primitive Baptist Found- mie Jackson Ella Riggms NM.- Lucy Gilliam Cand-
out strong, and held a commanding and Mechanical University 'era Day program will terminate haniel Andrews, Mane Galoway, shay Lamer and Thetam K. Rob.
lead, 14-8, first quarter Tallahassee Sunday at Mrs C. B. Nelson grand Sunday with an area program Alfonso Jeffery, Mary Kirby, I nllon. Zetarette Manson" Brown
acoi*. They' sluo led at the S p.m. Admission for adult .la : worthy matron of Order East- I'In Tallah_, Rev. Morris Frank Moten, Annie Higgins, Addie Gamous Marion Robin.
half 2 -22. The Baby Lion .. can Star of Florida made her and Jimnne Willoiamll.ELEVENTH .
SOc and students 25c. Ganioue, and congregation en- son, Doris Black Gloria Gibson
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found the range with fine defensive official visitation inconcocat- GRADE
.h s-'r tertaining. Lenora Stephens, Anna
t1iJJ
Adult Education clasaee
began ,
play by their guards and : ion with all other area chap- Voncile Gibson, Herman Steven, Janice Moore, Beatrice
led 36-31. The same ended 41- Monday night January 20. Jl.i.t" ).s -. Tf"! 'IIItU' ;.::....... tern to W. S. Steven!' Chapter, Knight Emma Lee, Betty Muse Wood, Parento of the ZeUrette
Classes conducted Mon- Wide
are
62, and an undefeated late for day and Tuesday night on from 7 Mi i Eunice) Virginia Brewington 167 0. E. S., Sunday, January City Geraldine Higgins, Betty Rob- Mrs. Mary Gainoua, Mrs. Leila
the Cuba. to 10pm. I 12, 2 p.m. {neon, Donald Magee Sylvia Gibson, Mrs Margrtt Moore,
The JC.T. Panther, with a All Mr. and Mr. Rich Brewinglon of Quincy announce 'he M.... A. K. Stevena. Worthy Ushers ReportThe Dean Anme Hunter David Ste- and M.... Willie B. Wood. Also
adulU who haven't
large following of fana from the registered of their Eunice A/lC Matron, of W. S. Stevens ST., wart, lola Knight and Sandra present were Mr*. Vivian Wiggins .
daughter, to
still engagement Virginia
and bringing may register by coming ,I S. 167 and mem- Laweon. .
Peanut Capitol, Chapter, 0. E. City Wide Ueher Union and Mm Gladys Neal.En.one
to the school or calling la Freddie L Davi Airman Davis ii the ton of Mrs. Alene
very good record, started out bera on the above date entertained met at St. Stephena Primitive TENTH GRADE expressed having
with\ a 22.17 lead. They trailedby 'p.m.between the hour of 7 am. to Davis of Gretna. Miss Brewington is a student at Lewis' ; Mra. C. B.N. and Mra Baptist Church Gretna. President -' Dorothea Hendley Lynda had an enjoyable time.O.E.S.eeting.

one point, 68-59 and at onetime Business College Detroit Mich. Her fiance Is stationed' G. W. M. and other guest, most Alveeter Robinson' pre Armstead Charles Dupont,
knotted the store. The We would like to welcome at McCoy AFB Florida. : royally.I The local chapter, off iceri sided. A IOh<>devotional service George Robinson, Willie Brown,
game was nip and tuck basket Miss D. Andrew, Mr. J. Daniel and membera were appropriately was held. Rev. Jehemiah Charles Haves, Joseph McGriff,
for banket It ls classed by *, Mlsa D. James, Mr*. J. attired in full regain of Antioch Missionary Helen Riggma, Sallie Burgrees,
many as the bent ever In C-P Lanier Mra. A. Smith and Mr. Arnette Chapel Mount Moriah II and the chapter room was beautifully Bower Baptwt pastor Church, Quincy Shirley Lee Carolyn Cromatie, Mr*. A. R. Steven W, M. of
history. The Lions came out r, Nealy back to the Lion' decorated. read an appropmte acnpture. Catherine Frazier Lassie M. 0. E. S. No. 167 request hat
Victors 7681.Rayfleld Den. Griffin and Freddie Perry all member be present Tuesday
I Mrs. Pearl
the Went
Church NotesSunday Church Notes After appropiate openIng was chairmanof
Ellas continues to Daniela the NINTH GRADE afternoon January 28, at a
Mra. wafittingly
lead the Lion by scoring 21 Choir Union ReportsChoir ceremony recwved., Thi. was followed program. I Ore J. Manuel Vera Mcln- regular meeting. Business of
points, slightly off his stride School will begin !Sunday School' will begin .t beautiful welcomePI'Olfl'll1l Welcome was partial tyre, Arthur Scott, Stevie Hen. importance must be acted on.
lie was trailed by James An- Union 3 report that 9:30: a.m. with department Superintendents II SO a.m. Sunday morning, with by was a rendered which Mrs. L. Jackson. Other dley Clarence JO'hll8OlBer- Please corns prepared to pay
derson, and Simmons with\ 16 $123.16 was rallied it the service Supt. Lefall dory In charge. patting on program Includes Mrs tha Morgan Linda Andrews all due and taxes that are due.
Bensye Alexanderand confuted of approbate expressIons -
Betsey Hsrvey, Mrs. Mann. The
each Alfred Johnson was next recently held at Mt. Zionl'rlmIUve The
Jodwph Long Sr. In charge. morning service begin by Mra. A. K. Steven, and !speaker for the occasaion
with 12, and Earl Murry and Baptist Church. The, was
at 11 a.m with Choir no. 2 and followed
Morning worship, 11 a.m. Mri. Ursula Williams, Rev. M. N. Manor of the
John Thomas cashed in 8 each next meeting will be held the unhera serving. The pastor
Rev A H. Hunter will bring meaeagawill > poetic presentation of a lout church. The financial 1k 9Hside1
third report
Carter-Parrsmor met and Sunday, preceded by thebusiness
be delivered by the pastor, ror:1 the. five points
defeated Montlcello! there 7V session Tuesday evenIng the marnik'g and evening m Rev. James T. Crutcher.: The bouquet etar In natural flowers,, ; $127.89.Visiting '
of the
14. They will play Quinn HlRb at Greenshade A M E ages. general theme for January la'The colora' \ ministere attending '
In Apalachicola Saturday night .Church. The Junior church will serve Love of God." tinted In corresponding from the were: Rev. Nehemiah Bowers WASHINGTONMARCH
--- at both servicxt. also a special gift and Rev. C. W. Tyler. The progipm _._-
On Tuesday evening at 5:SO chapter. After a pleasing acceptance committe. announced that
Society
The Senior Missionary the of the church the grand matron
youth
p.m. ttM. OF EVENTS
of Mr. next meeting will be held
will meet In the home will have y
their hour lecture.
prayer helpful '
4 gave a the third Sunday in February
Mra. Authur McMillon
and
Sister Irene Barkley la in Other chapters mode presentafaona. at Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist CUTTING P 0 IE ION AID PROGRAM NOW TAILORED
im. Sunday. Membera are expected -
to attend and vidton charge. At 7:80: p'm. the pastoranJ Closing remarks were Church. Qumcy CONGRESSIONAL "SfORT'T TO POLITICAL HHO
will
deacon
,atwelcome.. have chargeof made by the Mr. E. W. Jones,
our weekly prayer hour. All delightful was By HENRY CATDOAET
W. P. A repa
The A.C.E. League will convene members and friends are Invited served whdh all enjoyed. Artist In Recital Central Pren Washington Writer

5 p.m. with President. to come out and pray with TTTASHTVCTON-Congress has Juat completed Its annual per.formance .
Joseph Long Jr. in charge Thursday, all 1 Sunday Schoolteacher
ua. Planned At CPIn W
W. Sweet on foreign aid appropriations e this year It
C.
Evening worship will commence and members are urged
outdid Itself. In the process of reducing spending for the program
8:::10 p.m. Sunday School to attend the Bible Study at
6.30 church 80 keeping with Ita foremost! It almost destroyed Its usefulness and certainly InjuredIt
board will meet Monday the at : p m. Laid To Rest
J objective, the pursuit of excellence seriously.
p.m. Of fical board meets, Tuesday Plea e visit sick and shut-
7 p.m. Praye meeting in and' give them a word oi W. in ell areas the Car-, There was a tun when the inane was a partisan affair but
Wednesday 6:30 p.m. Junior cheer, Funeral servlcea for C. \.tor-Palftmore High faculty I. r .. w now it has sunk below that Cutting foreign
choir rehearsal Wednesday 7:30: The pastor, officers and Sweet wee held at Old BethelA. proud to present In recital, Sun: aid funds below administration requests has
M. E. Church, Sunday" S p. day January 28, 1964, 5:00
,
members of Mt Moriah Fint become so popular among both Democrat
:
$150.00 JACKPOTAT r.m.I N. Sanders In in the school t
Baptist) Church extends a cordial m. Rev. paetmr pm csfetorium, w and Republican as to be almost Irresistible.
Chfurch welcome to vlmtora. Mt. chaige. 111 r. Leonard C. Bottle, Awist- ] .
I It 1 quit. a spectacle, though, to watch
Antioch Moriah is a church of welcomeand He died January extended IS. 1 :.SO Ill a.- ant Director of Band and Professor -I Dmowi,. what started out a* a 13 billion spending
m. following an of Trumpet, Florida A
Lists CalendarThe Ita doors are always open. ness. A native_ of Gadnden and M University, I ,,1M! proposal be cut |500 minion by the administration
he resided in me area that sponsored It, and then see the
County, Mr. Bouie +
a versatile and talented .
PlannedThe -
Meeting _m
for several House and Senate take successive whacks at
JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS sunshine band auxiliarywill ml iioflsry society {'uneralaervlrea yeara. were well attended musician has traveled extensively 0 it until It flnslly.m.rges. $I billion program.

meet Thursday 6 p.m. at Quincy District A.M.E. Church by friends of the. family throughout Floridapresenting il The basle problem here I* that the programof

the home of Mrs. Ethel Stokes will meet, Saturday 2:80 p.m. and acquaintance' A short pn> to receptive numerous audience. concert I fti foreign aid la being tailored to politics
The senior missionary I society .t Oak Grove: A.M.E. Church. gram preceded the eulogy. Everyone is needa, rather\ than to the need of the recipient

will meet 8.30: pm. Thursdayat An appeal la made by District I The eum'fOf'le: Mrs Mary to come out and cordially hear: this invited talented 1 The Capitol countries. And It U this aspect that I* doing

5 BONUS WINNERS the home of Mrs. Wetnna President, Goard Alexander.She Swi""pt wife C. Wright Sweet, young gentleman. much damage to the progm.It .
Sherman Member and friend alao announce that conference Jr., eon, Mary Ella Sweet Elie AOmtaon fees are slight billion d.fH7 It U hard to see how any recipient country

are extended an Inltal.lon.Supttrlflt4ondent President Hattie Syke Mae and Lillie Mae Sweetsdaughter. Only 50c for adult and 25c/\ for to $3 billlos. trying to coordinate Its own spending program .
REGISTER AT ParOielRainey will attend. Ray Sweet, father
student to \that of U. S. foreign aid can eondud
annuonrea that Sunday Willie C. Earnest, ,
,
Uwerence, my sensible planning when the U. 8. contribution .. likely to be
School will commence 9:45 a Attends Session and EMJiah Sweet, brothees.l .
Jitney Jungle or Jitney Jr. m. All teacher and pupil are Mrs. Queen Ford Midway a l Mrs.*, Annie U Clarke, Misses News FromChattahoochee salved or completely. eliminated In the process of congressionalwnslderatlon.

urged to attend member of the Gadsden County Mildred and Cathrine Sweet,
BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY B.V.P.U. will commence B Midwives Association left Monday and Mr*. Albertha Holloman And with this kind of uncertainty It la quite understandable
Jiat foreign countries plan to reduce their reliance the aid
pm. with President Shade evening for Sanford, where sister Interment was made In on
7 P.M. SATURDAY! tioins In charge. she I la doing special study the St. Mark cemetery.! SimnwJackion Friend. and program and perhaps turn to other less friendly countries, for
I Prayer meeting will be !heW health education. Friend wish Funeral Home ldch.ryre saddened. relatives were .he help \they need. Congress could well be writing the end of
recently to have kernel Jie foreign *H program even though It beast had the
Wednesday evening, 7 lm-! .. for her much success of the naming of a formerIweident courage
-- -- -- ::0 vote against it directly
I Harry Trapp. Mr. e *
i Trapp had nude. ms home in
I DOm LATE UGHT-Sen. urke
Monomer1
I Bridgeport, Conn., where he appropriation
I was laid to re U He left to !(Ider to provide for keeping the Capitol dome floodlit all night

mourn hi. devoted wife, the nstead of just till midnight will cost about 14,500 a rear la a I
IS FOR former Mwa table Walker of electricity.

I true sty and several other relative He "borrowed" the Money from another expenditure and island
*, including Mr. Waymon run out at the end<< of a year, so another source will have
Simmons of jumcy. :to be found If the aU-n,pct lighting continue thereafter.

Mrs. Sallie Butler Bradley, Heretofore, the dome wa floodlit past midnight only whs" I
P who 'M a yuletide visitor :oncn.. continued In session after that hour
heN left recently for her homein e e *

PRINTING Pittsburgh, Peon She expressed I' rmVACY-We can't help feeling a bit sorry for 16-year-old

gratitude to everyone Lucy Balnea Johnson, even though aye la now a daughter ef the
(I for a wounderful time.Mr. President of the United State and reside In th. Whit House,
.
C. Lnckworth
son of
Lucy had a date with a midshipman from' nearby Annapolis
Mr. P. U Ixxkworth, left tocsntly
I on a recent Sunday. He squired 11..10 the Water
for hn home In New
York Oty. He spent a delightful rats Inn, a Washington restaurant tor a quiet "flisitsniusr
l dinner.
vacation with his father, ty Iea1ItIPI.
LETTERPRESS !sister and friends. During ha However, thing arent going to be that limo
visit here, he also visited l for Lucy for a whOa, at least Before they Servicemen
'mother' sister in Peneacola. cold enter two Secret Servicemen went In and

I A most cordial invitation to looked the place ever. When they okayed the plaoa,, Lucy and tier
all lover of good soul-stirring late were allowed to enter and WWI escorted to a secluded table

;gospel music is extended by I for two. A Secret Serviceman took up a position: at aa adjacent
the Sunday School Department table and drank eoffee while he watched lilt charge

of Friendship A.M.E. Church. I Moat It-yeer-olils are sensitive about oppressive parental

-. This went will feature Mies ntchfolnesa over their date-lives-eo pity poor LueJIPACE )
M OFFSET : Betty! William, "The Goeepl
Ii 'Song Birds" ot Gedadea Cocat !

I :'. U will begin at .:00 p.m.,
SIUKKV, January U, THE OtD HOME TOWN -a By STANIEY
Cone .and meet your'
there. The admiemon U f WITH TF1is LEry-oves IiTUFrsI
-- 11184'1 D SAY Ww&T 1 H(S trs&N

Sales Lileralure Letter Heads e I Transferring NWsroS CLEAN MOTS SHAVE /

Slue Eusre Virginia Brew. AU. AROUriD..

111I&1011. a student at leers Boar r

Business FormsS I ne Chiefs <* Detroit, Mich' //'t
,
Boston
Is being I transferred to ,

)lam. to Luther madJ.I .
and Labels I Miss BrewmrtoB ss a ;
Tags Sigh i
i ate of Carter-Parratnare ', !
ScoooL L
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Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Service c I! I Donations Mod I


I The Creemhaile Home DeBKMMtratioai '. ,

E27-7G49 Club at ita regularsneeting. t
recently Md donated
,
$S.OO esck .. the following r-I
1 sons: EAbe Nelson H"'I Li
I Gordon Laura Ce dw.4 J
&tki .. sod Aame Sherman. :
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES iTbe ateetnc wee held iai the % __
borne of Mra. Alton I O -
e0m.cCMerOtfr.Imos:
The folUxrio* are efficen ef
:the club Mrs. Elias SsMth Presxi.n BBHPO ThO5f at i 4acs t
: .. .
15 South Madison Street (. Mrs. Ole Atk..., Vices -

..aHles. )I... Xabel Dixxw
I secretary. 1


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GADSDEV: COUNTY TIMES. QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 33, 1864 PACK ELEVEN:

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I F'It Idl iJn hnauoo,, ,I of l>.k or ..uw.d certain the insurance plan li i Biiihop are handling arrangement Chorten In Taitldlng would be Funeral service were floa

CLASSIFIED ADS CAPITAL PEST CONTROL Thla! rr.i rut )tar ot.h'a.Jantiar114' r understandable to your wife and hlr the flahdry. At V.SOpm. I the ideal plave for the Burton- dueled at 2 o'clock Monday fternoon -
I ,I RoAMIi. iif AInllHTMtM1 or that the know where the poll Kelly will meet again with I Taylor or I* It Taylor-rtwton
Ital CaaMral r T.eailt. rHR i m OF 4VINCT, oiei are and to whom to turn hit campaign comnuHve wedding after tfcelr Mexican January 20 from tht?

Caaitral lilt aid tLhRtDtB for guidance, It would make duet critique: of eIOde;;I difart GlddeM-Orlffith Funeral llama
.TI' I. folio
r R.... ,...IItI.&o.C.U I I ,'b" "um ui, J.a. 18, n 11I Utingt a great deal better for event Of course, MI. Tavlor (That fhipel In Jacknohvllle Interment -
-- --- all concerned Here I lint of
Tallahmaa Fla. a a laugh :Mine Taylor) may not was .t 11 o'clock Tueday ..>
I things one attorney suggests for Saddle ClubMembers want to go to India But for a In110 Okl Ml.Pleaaant .
l : morning
"lORREN.r T V SERVICE COLLECT every policyholder to do; few million of the Hilton, FUher -

HOME MITE MS-3431 III Make a Mill, Integrated Mike Todd and gawd Cemetery with the But

Ieptira 5 lepairs AU Bake e OFFICE 222-JTII tl with the tniurance and be Win know who etae'i money. she ler-Morgan Funeral Home la
tara bedroom M21a t-eaes certain the wife know where charge of local arrangement.
rOR e could have lilt sin cleaner moved -
(em* ( rrU"00. one two bad MACK'S RADIO k It t.. In Georgia Show, to Hollywood Survlvois Include hi* widow.Mn .
r.>'m borne Cor ISC u* per month Nell Be\l) Jacktonvllle
viiH toilette*: oak floor, thebath TV SERVICE (tit 11.1'0. Hit of your life The Gadsden Saddle Cluta, And what better place Thinkof one daughter. Mix Betty" Helen
and kitchen and all mod. and health insurance ,
eta .......I.n.... T. B. riatcbargruneboro aOT Baal: dif..... ONE STOP umnarlilng their brought home trophies *nd Levis, Jacksonville and sag imten. '
purpotea who could get a
HI IIII ribbon from the Pelham Saddle .
| ar HI lit.Plao. benefit and who to are and Club Horse Frolic In Camilla, >ne k\' tin cleaning by attending -

For All Your make certain your wife knows da, Mi tact l weekend. the wedding In front of It
FOR KENT I i room I urn-
Plumbing Fixture Electric where the lint and the policies The MxM two dory tall mea
lobed apt Hot and fold Water Trophy winner writ Kent INSECTICIDESSOIL
uinlahcd. CI L \Vanhlnton lu pll... Pip. end Fitting. Fishing Needs are, preferably In a Cafe place Merriii Corn Cob Rice; and onry Chorlen, however wouldno
51 l 1. Phone h'o. I3T-71II C..IIIfln home, doubt crumble Into a pile of
Water A. J. Taylor and Kent
H.iUri, TU Morn
a pinIH Board Lake Talquln Road <131) Have a list of those to Handkerchief Race rubble .. the bride hn-been-to- FUMIGANTS

>'( Rl.NT JurnUhtd up- Ca and 011 Haaiari I.t your wife and family Ribbon bo joined the new victim for
alalrt apartment Ililili and waIrr w. D. Kartell. S. Roberta Ia.FARMER'S 4-H Club turn for help and guid winner were FreddieKlmb temporary assignment WEED KILLERS
fourth
turiilehed. See at II N. Love ro pine, and Albeit
It nr rail NAIn '.t.'3T It in cane of need and Agei-ton, fifth place In the
ROCCOPIPE News Views make certain they know where Texas
KUK KK.NT Kouma to rent InprlMit ,the Hat 1* Barrel Weave I. W. Bevis Dies
homa. Lined re.ld.alleleecuon. New offlceri of the Gicliden SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
Phone17./01/ or tall DOUBLE "G"R'ras MEET I ((4i. Check and re-check all Saddle Club
In p>rar.n alj"| N.Jlh. *jr.rtRH.NT & SUPPLY CO. FAST The Double "Q" 4-H Club I of these Item periodically and Paul Monk vice are I're.ld.nl-president Near Chiefland

R : 44 bp 1i toot star.ullding 44 YEARS OF SERVICE ECONOMICALlACTORt loured Frosty Morn on Jinuar remind your wife of where allChia len DaUdmm and aerretiry-. _*me* W. Bexta, 60. of Jarkinnvllle .
: sued Weal Jaffarloa club nude tour of Information I also
lo on 81 h. The a I regularly '
C.'nu.t Arthur R. ITUalJan. To This Art U.urerDobby Davld nn. formerly if Mt. 1'1.*.-
at.
and received Inform M she will
(the sisal'
'. ?". Mh. 4. II 4tJxiKRi.M' plant Serving on Uit Hoard of DI. ant died In an auiomobll ..o.rld.nl .
,,_ ..,. ; to know.
: PHONL 122-1537 \lion on the different steps rtrtoii for the new Sales & ServiceInc.
ChleHand
year sic: Fridaynight
I bedi-iinm home ( I uliV ill lla\ near
: 1110 8. Monroe Street TRAINED preparing the meat for your InituiiiK'iWent Oiicar Hural Cart Jr.
Spooner
fyroUheit, dace January 17 Mr Bevu
a< innletflr newel ,
to "Thanks"to attorney, hanker
would Ilk* or
\ or
trim*. CM lll after T e clock.Il TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA i uy all three Ilium Agf rton and Albert Ageilon and a friend Karnrat C Scott, .
Informed
,
i the Primly Morn people for on basic In- .
who wa aloe killed, wire headIng
i their consideration and generoa- fonnaUon, for reference in the The Immediate
pant president. for a fishing trip on the weal
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FOR SALE 'It 1 a common dliaiter toyourself HuKlUe Agerton, wan elected Box 3. Ph. MA 7-6101

I 100 Per tint financed On January IS tits Double and wife, vice president of the Dixie tMr
HOUSES I fSERVICE\ 'G" .-11 Club went on a tour Hone Frollci AawK'Istlon. Be\l was I member Af QUINCY FLORIDA
BRICK
HOMESAny I the Avondale B.iXl.t Church
I IDay's ___ _
ON AU MAX 'of the Ford'i Dairy Mr W L. Scott Kelly In m .
I
.
fOR BALK Urea tight room Size. Completely Finish! Ford guided the club n11.. -- -- J ('k onvllle, and vice pietldent
-'rol.hW double garage ed. Price Start at of lie I bilk Walton League
large i. Letnard Thompaon ; tour, We ilmerely appreciate
110 N. W flub Tenant. $7200for i Mr. Ford taking Um. to give CampaignAt .

talneevihle. F'' ,rid., .S-Bedroom our club a tour of the dairy. .
Jan IO It
j $46.39 month HARDWAREMAin i Audrey Humphrey, TallahasseeSen. UGHT.DURABLE
,
per
,
fUR SALE Seven room houee I
I brdroomi i bathe, living room, n* Ue aocipt year old home reporterSENIOR Scott Kelly bring hi*
ilnlnc 1. ""RI, -family I Ir In a trade. campaign for the governorship J ECONOMICAL

..11 BOYS
bOl.m.nl.tlurt
''''' Double carport Writ P. O. Bag SI4 7-6149 of Florida to Tallahaaaee Kilday -

IHb ItJ.n:it1: T'Wi; or Phone MEET MOMUlWe : with January 24 with a full day MAC 3BA
the
opened meeting of event .,
full HAL.R Three inilraotn ; 377-6838 the minute of the last mcetuia Kelly will meet with his
Leon
Centralkneing.
bath lioui for aal*.
two C.lro.O.. After the minute were reai
County byMcCULLOCHI
Campaign Committee
cal II''OU.
__ Jan. II, 13, I*__ It U Dm.m1Im 1 wee taw a film on the far. of for breakfatt at 7 m. at the Made only!
I l- iteer Thl film ihowrd how TallahaiHee Dining Room. At

I BEDROOMS to wash your steer lp him 8.301.m. he will meet with area Girl Scout

Title I .d... Home Inmlal er.RTIrIcATIt curt him and show him I contrtoHnii, builder and build Moll as a
144 M. ...II..t It.. l.r.MI HOMESKlnij 01* Rillun; IH-.IHI.UTION We had a talk on the ..C. Ui.e er lupnlliT* at the .
*. Hal l eelI.dry.. Hut IK Tll" NAMU AM BV THHAtlTMClRITy : Mine loca News ""he15 saw that
I of pcitlclde around th* home
111. Beth ...."<. Ll,l.aKm. UK THB TATK: OK tion. Jimmy Maple end Dim ..ellheety 10NMr
1..M."II... Kilt Ul.. I MXIII11)A by Mr. Clal S. Albritton at* hosts for the au... a.' '''',1II
,INK. !>..> eauB| uows ',1\1 ae.flsaem. ''T\I AM TO WHOM T1IBSB: Jimmy Suber, event. We took up due and had roll ,
rM ', fell !MA '--1 PRlkI Wre !lUAU. COME reporterCLOVFRtEAF I At J 30 call Mr*. Smith) helped ui with needle!: teat wdgaoed
... (l lUCF.TIStJ8, a m. Sen. and Slti. meet M.CuaecsO
rue mm l.l.n inl r wiltsJerk + our hidge, We had see.
U. .I...... SIS Vtr. .<- } yt N hereee. r Kelly will t>* the fueit' of an openingtervlre ......11I11 Itlit ..... 7n'dM
..., HICHARn J. lARDVEft honor at We talked about Our
11..1. Kin.K tn Informal coffee at wllk till
b Qt:IM'V, cookie ule Ht talll S Idol pleef
rry rU'lUHA ..11 C1RI.S SLEET the Tallahauee
--I II ALIt'm KKK-B : Country Club \ 00' trlfttrnlultll 114 pall 05. thiS
M11'CHEULJt'INCY Lee UU
,
Hurnt
'
Oene Carroll pitaM.nl called ,
>\) BALK : Bedroom Homiin ----.Ji ( KIA-illlDA" The public I* Invited to this a IMHI. ....** I* ,ul',.
Scribe ***
lOT
Burmal. Hal hta. $tl,0rO." Cal CAR EVBHKTT, the meeting to order Saris meeting. Horfeiiiei for this Troop ben.TNU .
IT-klM__ Jan. !' 1*- t]! Greenwoodand gl'INCV, mmlDA Well led the pledge to the event are Mr, Jean Uliliup, -- e ttnd *lt* plael. ... 1.ld.

I; did on (he lid Uy of N vnnbr, American flag and Elaine Carroll Mr*. Ruth Lee, Mr. Charley / III runiMti

FOS SALE l A. r>'under till mania the liwa ta ba ol the Imoruorled fcilateKVKKKTTWARRIN I led the pledge to the 4.II Booth and Mr*. W. E. Wood \ S flogeNC Idaai iw11M. elipleegc. .......... a 1I..1It '"''lit11I111I

I' I B.droom Iioule. Low ot l'lorlda flag. Karen Ard gave the de ward 'IIiMEY 0\ .WMStelal. ...Well. flgetdp l.slnb fIto&ll ltd de5lp1PAl. I

Down fwrnent Low I vollonal. Kay Wolf called the Kelly will be great speaker HOltl rOil rail" 011 lIelfT C0RTIUCT10N5.0Nbwgl
Monthly PaymeiiU. Finance Sunset' Acres LLHIIKrt I'''. roll and read the minute I at the Exchange Club luncheon ( t/lf--
IS corporation, wilt Ha principal
log Already Arranged. Norman Twelve of the It member were meeting. lila will 1 f
I dd.t 'buelnena I at '' topic be Flor'
McMillan. lOll Magnolia CLARK PLEMMONS I( rouniy, in tha Slate dl present. ida' Indimtnal Itiientlal1 .1 SING OIL COMPANYQUINCY.

Drlv U Pho MAIn 7-1111 rinrlda, did and i>vheraaa n the ITth such day corporaXlon of- Mr Clark Aulttint HomeDemonatrallun Glenn llevl and W. 11. Ruily) I t lU NNNIT

January, A. !>. mi. elm I* ba Agent was with Woodward are In charge of a
Pull-II 4i.J--1, r.oRIll.; ..: 1 filed In the offlra of tha Bacra UI. Mlu Louise Brown, a meeting with downtown builnenmen FLORIDA
ow, of ", uln.,. Old Wauonatmlrr. I urr of mala of the Kiata of trainee In the county, waa aloe at 241 pm. In the A dome-Ilk mainnry at rue-'
l-rnoin houna and I lan- I Plntlda.the documentary authorMr wllh u*. We diacuiied Demon Florldan Hotel. Kelly lure called the thorlen, of Taiildnlg .
ant hood 1 mamonry dairy barn, required under Be. lion 1(1117, will meel
LEONMOBILE India, I I. said to be
MIacred
deep w.ll. Jise.lI.nC: /arm Ian*. Florid. Htalutra, ahowlnr the ration Day. We WJ'ol.I1ank with pmfmlonal people at t
Orated bid* received at Ru I.1I0K dlnaolutlon of etch nrpo.atlon, you note to Mr. Shelter to express 41 p m. with Dr. Foster Dullard that the mere tight of w
.... LlIIIORT HOMES Now, ,dope..., the .' our appreciation for the *. hoit It rlrarmea one of all sin I
0' mat' herahy miry to .-11 calendar Mr. Clark had From S4J to 430 If that 'U really true one stop
the m. the
for.lolnlf and that h" I. 11.\ p !
1.1" CetvteeKw tolled the She Lakeland senator every city h.lI. county court-
.11 that toe .qult o..nt. or program. explained will meet with
: I ;,o .:t"J the .law have b.en uoioplledwlth. about the Dress Revue and our real Palate agenli and Inmiranre Capitol houae and In s WmhliiKtnn big one over the
would
Moon Vttlttle
5KAt.: > IV WITMOKK clothing project and booklet people at the office of bymun, be
OP CASH Who lent! Gardner. Cantor, Stewart. I I l have h rrunt WIIRRB.UK tnnv Jean Jordan5reporter Tully anti Booth 1124 N. Monroe a* overworked at detergent
{law about earning I 110.r wa k"lauMWlvra I Nice claaa Uied Trailer hand and ban af- Street lloit for thin on tvA
preferred tot OOODA I' and ID Wide rued the (heal Hral of meetng far a. the U S. Supreme
.. .. foraihx are Charlie BOCIIlh
UII .rllo.I. Writs M re hub l Court
MHrlln, Avon HIM. ManaSir. .' I the CIB.II of riorlda, at Ql'INCY SENIOR II)'all, Herb .. U concerned the Jukilea
Tallahannaa I tha Urlnkley and 11.. would SEE US TODAYFOR
need
P. ti loot nil UHlk, TallaKl. ., W. had. for furniture ei .. Capital 4-H CLUB MEETS ry Landrum an overaltrd model
..., .. It anything of value of thla the vaii4. i Janunry U. nit The fiah-fry and
Quincy l'enlnr11 Club rally, open to
la
lot a* good a leaning tub .
IIULUBWIVMH pull er Patti| We Have XOOt. SEAL Tom A lima. uaueual aaralnns Interkailonal lit ,,,.... IKAUMMAN 4.1$ my Roll at the Ona-Mlnlt THE
Delml Murphy pm. at the Leon
County .I
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aompanx. Car: 0. .. 10 M nil wait el WANTED Mala pmldent, e.ry. Wrlta lane 71* a/* Oade-l I meeting to and Billy III .
._ aerlounly thai tII..
din County Tlmea, Jan II. Talqula la*. Unu.ual, Opponurjly High I c mml.elon order. Piul.ll Davle gave the ? ,..-.
with
earnlna a 5r.wlna
MONEYYOU
I AI.USMA! WANTED: A good TallaaiNee. fUrld IK year old i".wpeer.. ling devotion. :
r rel cable nun' to supply euitomiriwith world famous Uuotlyaar malhlanama Mr*. Clark, aulnUnt horn t I
Ra .lfl Pn-oduota InQutno pr>duoa, Hud Tor in,. In demonitrallon agent, talked i KINARD ENTERPRISES
3212 Wilt Tannniie Inc.
/ Wrlta Rawlalih Dept lute firat full y.nr aarnrd once about
rAA-nl-IIT, Meniphli. Tenn.l lu.ldu t>on Klrhy. on.nra e> r county demonstration NEED
n. II 13 10? r... 4, II II' Phone 122-ISII iU' rap.st cu.t.mar* en one n- day, She gave out clothing J CHARLES KINARD. Owner
oluilva L.mauJlilmtf produit hi. 'project (tanks and dimmed pattern l Bemod.Ha
I u, and Mananet eel opptntttnIly and fabric electlun. Addition
far
1964 Zlt-lig Machine I31.SS : and man ri
earth er will lake tl.lO )*,. .rlu.I" and none.mpalltlvs'4.peat reporter

nenU Writ Alias Sewing WE MANUFACTUREOUR llema.viola I At M and barrlar aummer Miralflml OorofM Carports Portbei TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY

Center, III N. Falafox SU Una. W* tine .ara of all fltian- Booflng Siding Cabinet
OWN ring' enl|>iiln. and ,' ill.rtlonerrln Horlda
enlotl. Flii It .. henefita Include fiaa lifenaunrxe Room taelou*
Service
Gadsdon Loan
: aalae' .. ." Wrllaonaolldaled "No County
CUSTOM MADE Paint Varnlnh' ( our tt4' Job Too Large or Too SmaU"
(CVirn., Mat Ohio Rldg. l'leve.i II Havana
land i, Ohm. Jan, Pa. II /lIn : Highway Phone 627-8495 106 East Jefferson St. MAIn 7-7161
VENETIAN BLINDS
the Court of tha County. .Inmrallt
Judge, OmUdan County, > | I .... .. .
: ... In Prabata 'lorl'l. I .51 7t
i it BLINDS KCTAPCDAWNINGS: rat Patita of .

-tld-aria.. ... -R.: -Mhiil.._,.-. Questions I dive often! -

To Alt Cradltnr and Drcaaial Haraan thought that I to to a lot of i

ltavln lalnia n.r DcmandaAfalnat trouble to set up tn eliborat
STORM WINDOWS aid frllatal life Iniurince plan for my will!

ALUMINUM br Toil nollfl and.d each and of r*.you ulra.art I*hara Bra. and family la tees I die, but,

O GREENS lanl any ilalma and d.mandial they may ant know inythlngabuut FOR YOUR

a. rail> ar ails .tM' mar It when the lime eom*,
has., Ifllnit the : nf Eg.: here to turn, whit to do,1
win B. Mhular, dainafd iota al
Wi Quincy G.lassANDCOVERAI.LCO. aid County, la tha County" Jades where U find thing What
of Oa4adan County. Klnrlda, alhi tep* should I take to makel I
offlra I* the inurt fenjiaa of them swats of nectiury de-
tall County at Quln<'y, rfaHda.wlthl UiUtAnmrer I E "
all ral.nd.f menthe from
SHIRTSand lha time of the flrat puhil'ttlan : Vau ahould make
SI I Wed Jefferion ..., .. .,
of thla t""' Two t'p1. a FUELDistributor
(neck lalm or demand ahail b. ,
MAIn 74(48RADIO In wrlllni, and ihall nut I Ito 'is" ;/ <
PANTSLAUNDERED plaia .( ...Id..... and pant off,. a I ELECTRICALSERVICE ,
add*.i of the tlaimanl and aka,I Ita
awtrn to by the ilalmant hnaanl.
op alicrn.p and ano.n-
anted by a nuntaa af net dol
lar and au h claim or denial not
FLUFF DRYREPAIRS .'". I ao food nail a* weld
ICdwt A. Nlmlar I
Tt 8EBVCBm r A.laia..dmlnlot out Edwin,..tar.. .iholar, I". *die. Anything from wiring OIL t:

.fir* *. AII I aaaaadflrat house lo replacing
a
end .aba. .*. -.<* taallMllon Jiniiary e. 1041Je14.
ALTERATIONSMORROW iCTO BADloPru WCLCO. I. '.. 21. I* .t a light bulb =

..... .. XOTICKHatlra
o. e I* k>rabr *.la* that the
'OlD A' 1 Hnr4 of Adjustment ''''vld. .d Ike .
for by ....110. II.II af the i .*. Shepardat
.010 .. T. aaeliC7cit. 'of Ordl"". ." DRIVE IN .... J.1Hr.e. riana will bold a kuklla to..,.
leg at alt a'< l toss P. II. ....
CLEANERSHavre day' February I 1041 a thePeblte HOME DELIVERIESCALL
oib.
1 MafMy >.r Miallm
C.r.e. a Crafar
SHELTERBUTCHFURNITURE
t.r at Camar M Madiaon sad Cfaw
fan .trot. In me c ny of Vatea.r i
PURE ..eh. .,peal *4 W rlll. Bwac. CO.
JI-"a Ewe BayUUM ... from the ma4 .f the .."...
tog iae.aier af tae i lly .4Quly MAIIIun
kntae '
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TWELVE CADSDEN COUNTY,TIMES QUTITCT.noRmA,TnURSDAY.JANUARY 16.IDS'FLETCHER.
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-CANTEY'S SEMI-ANNUAL 5 ALE I



BEGINSTHURSDAY





January 23rd


8:00: A. M.

CLOSED THURSDAY

AFTERNOON
HERE IT ISI! THE BIG ONE YOU'VE BEEN ASKING ABOUT. OUR SEMI-ANNUAL OFFERING OF TOP QUALITY MEN'S
WEAR AT PRICES WHICH SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. ALL SALES MUST BE FINAL. NO APPROVALS, REFUNDS, AS USUAL
EXCHANGES PHONE CALLS, OR GIFT WRAPPING PLEASEI! _


ENTIRE STOCK ENTIRE STOCK ENTIRE STOCK



SPORICOATS LsuITs I I JACKETS

NOTHING HELD BACKI SPLENDID SELECTION, INCLUDING
SOLID BLAZERS,HERRINGBONE AND PLAID AND CARCOATS
SHETLANDS AND CAMEL HAIR. SOME WITH ELBOW
PATCHES. FEW LIGHTWEIGHTS INCLUDED. QUALITY MAKES IN THE MOST WANTED STYLES
EVERYTHING GOESI! ALL LATEST FABRICS,
BLENDS AND
AND FABRICS. PRICED TO MOVE IN A HURRYI

ALL $26.95 COATS NOW 18.95 MODELS, INCLUDING FEW LIGHTWEIGHTS. EACH SUIT A
ALL $ 9.95 JACKETS NOW $ 5.95
ALL $35.00 COATS NOW 23.95 HANDSOME BUY AND PRICED TO CLEAR!

ALL $11.95 JACKETS NOW $ 6.95
ALL $39.95 COATS NOW $26.95 ALL$29.95 SUITS NOW$19.95 ALL$59.95 SUITS NOW$38.95

NOW $ 7.95
ALL$35.00 SUITS NOW$23.95 ALL$65.00 SUITS NOW$42.95 ALL $12.95 JACKETS
ALL $42.95 COATS NOW $28.95
ALL$39.95 SUITS NOW$26.95 ALL$69.95 SUITS NOW$44.95 ALL $14.95 JACKETS NOW $ 8.95
ALL $45.00 COATS NOW $29.95
ALL$45.00 SUITS NOW$29.95 ALL$75.00 SUITS NOW$49.95
ALL $19.95 JACKETS NOW $11.95
ALL $55.00 COATS NOW $36.95 ALL$49.95 SUITS NOW$33.95 ALL$79.50 SUITS NOW$54.95
ALL $25.95 JACKETS NOW $15.95
ALL $59.95 COATS. NOW $38.95 ALL$55.00 SUITS NOW$36.95 ALL$85.00 SUITS NOW$58.95 -

ALL $89.95 SUITS NOW $62.95 ALL $29.95 JACKETS NOW $18.95
SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS
..rs'N SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS

ENTIRE STOCK ....' SELECTED GROUPSjD01ANtFl
A
ENTIRE STOCK SELECTED GROUPS

( SWEATERSEVERYTHING BELTSTRADITIONAL SHOES

BlENDS. & INCLUDED! STYLES. AD- INCLUDES SEASONAL STYLES,BROKEN SIZE GROUPS
STYLES. REGULAR SHORT & LONG RISES. PLAIN CARDIGANS AND PULLOVER IUSTABLE ELASTIC &WEBS. DISCONTINUED STYLES, AS WELL AS STAPLE
FRONTS AND PLEATED. REGULAR AND TRIM FIT STYLES. REGARDLESS OF STYLES IN MEDIUM AND HIGHER PRICE RANGES.
IVY STYLES. VALUES TO
$1.99 ALL EXCELLENT BUYS AT PRICES QUOTED I
PRICE NOW $3.50 NOW

ALL $ 8.93 & % 7.95 SLACKS NOW $4.95 ',2 PRICE I $2.95 U.ES.Tgow $1.69 VALUES TO $ 8.95 NOW .$4.95ALL


s 9.95 & $10.95 SLACKS NOW $6.95 SELECTED GROUPS SELECTED GROUP VALUES TO $ 9.95 NOW .$5.95

TAPERED COTTON VALUES TO $12.95 NOW .$7.95
ALL $11.95 & $12.95 SLACKS NOW $7 95 TIES
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c: ArT(c:
SILKS. WOOLS AND DA-
CRONS. CLIP-ON AND TOTRIM CUrcbTf6NS AND VALUES TO $19.95 NOW .$15.95
ALL $14.95 SLACKS NOW $9.95 TIE STYLES. CORDUROYS. BELTED AND
BELTLESS MODELS VALUES TO $24.95 NOW .18.95
REG. $1.50
0.95 2 for $1.50 REG. $4.95 & $5.95
__ s1 TEES .
ALL $16.95 & $17.95 SLACKS NOW
NOW $3.95 PR. SIMILAR REDUCTIONS ON OTHER PRICE
REG. $2.50
SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS TIES ., Ea. $1.50 Small Charge for Alterations RANGES NOT LISTEDI!

NATlONAI.I.Y ADVERTISED FAMOUS! MAKEDRESS

LONG SLEEVE F..PjIm ;WiijtaUlr. Jfttf ITYI Q X Weather Coats

: T-SHIRTS 3 for $2.00 REGULAR AND ZIP-OUT LINED.
SHIRTS REG. $1.00 $Z OO LIMITED SELECTION OF THIS SEASON'S
BRIEFS SHORTS or 3 for $2.00 NOW 3 PRS. SMASH-HIT STYLES I
SELECTED GROUPS OF SOLID AND STRIPED PATTERNS Selected IRREGULARS
INCLUDING TAPERED AND REGULAR CUT UNDERSHIRTS 3 for $1.45 NOW 2 PRS. $1.00 ALL $14.95 COATS NOW S8.9 5
STYLES. BUTTON-DOWN. SNAP-TAB. & REGULAR
COLLAR MODELS. ALL FAMOUS MAKES. TYPE I CRAMERTON FNTfRE STOCK: ALL $16.95 COATS NOW .$10.95

REG. $3.95 SHIRTS NOW 2.69 dU1U.lf Msw 1h AW(;D*MUFFLERS(] ALL $18.95 COATS NOW .$]2.95

Wash*n Wear Finish. MEN'S DRESS LEATHERS,
REG. $4.50 SHIRTS NOW 2.95 A Genuine J5.50 Value! WOOL MUFFLERS. ALL $24!s COATS NOW $16.95

REG.- $5.00 SHIRTS NOW. .$3.59 Small NOW Charge$$3.95 for AlterationsSPORyGSSHIRTS PR. ALL K PRICE ALL $25.95 AND 526.95 COATS NOW .$18 Q*)




tfJ FELyOUSiiATSHUNDREDS


TO CHOOSE FROMI! ENTIRE STOCK ENTIRE STOCK REDUCEDI! CONVENTIONAL AND
GROUPED UNDER FOUR PRICES. EACH AN OUTSTANDING eh NARROW BRIM STYLES. BK AMERICA'S MOST
BARGAIN! ALL FABRICS.PATTERNS.AND ( FAMOUS MAKERS!
STYLES.INCLUDING EXACT SLEEVE LENGTHS.FORM
FITTING. AND SLEEVE PATCH MODELS. VALUES TO S 3.",5 NOW $1.95

VALUES TO $ 3.95 NOW $1.99 r'lt' 1 1OR VALUES TO S 5.95 NOW $3.95

VALUES TO $ 5.00 NOW .$2.69 .. VALUES TO $ 7.95 NOW $4.95

2 FOR $5.00 O ,- MEN'S VALUES TO S 9.95 NOW $5.95

VALUES TO $ 7.95 NOW 3.95 ? .WEAR VALUES TO $11.95 NOW $7.95
Quincy,
VALUES TO $14.95 NOW 1 VALUES TO $16.50 NOW $9.95PAcm
7.95 THE PLC to GO FOR THE BRANDS YOU KNOW -


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