Gadsden County times
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: January 30, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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Thomas Memorial Marks Group Switches :I

To Republican i One-Quarter Million School

Tenth Anniversary Sunday 1 Party Monday !t I

In a matter of I fw hour I
Monday approximately 30 Dem-

Tn Tbomai Memorial Bap- < errata In Gadsden County, Construction Work
list Church switched their .sfflllitlwi theRepublican Begins
will observe Its >. ,'c :" Party.This '

Tenth February Anniversary 2.Regular Sunday, ,dtt\f1t '' >f'f'j: move represented a 20'

: 'I"', 'ti }j_: --I percent Increase In Itepubll-
morning --
Sunday ,'tt ,. 111 vC'. -- -
School and morning .> .; ,1P can voter in Gadiden County

following services have these been service scheduled worship, the ., ., .'" ",, .. "'!' :;:.. ., ',, :: stronghold- traditionally aim Reconstruction a Democratic I City Fathers In Gadsden Local. I Local Firm Is

church and Its friends will have ft .... >,,"" Da>s. ,
a basket lunch. Monday registration brings Session Low Bidder On
the total of Monday Novel Author
The Norman College Choir of Awt,. Republilan registered By Quincy
Norman Park, Ca, will provide ,.,; The voter to approximately 200 The Qulncy City Commissionat I New Additions
mass "party switch'
the music for the morning worship waInttlgstrd the request of Kenneth Bsltenner -
services and the ", by a group of con of
special Tallahassee, Monday
program of sacred music planned r servativ cltlren who have be- night ranted an extension of I I Work
!\ Is
411 Has Just Program
for 2 o'clock. The group of come dltsstlifled with the Democratic time to Qulnry Cablevurion Corporation Been Released I I
'I Party Among those becoming
26 musicians will be directed by ,> registered Republican- : Under! the _,contrail, Sot For Completion
Professor Elliot New some, director I uisi exists Between tile company -
of music at Norman Col were a clergyman, a physician, and the City of Qulncy, It A novel, Angel Blood," by About July 1, 1964
lege a forester, an Insurance man, was due to expire In March B Malcolm Collins of Qulncy, I Construction
telephone company executive, has Just been released addition to
tilt The Church Thorns began Memorial Bap broadcasting company execu group Following of resident a request of an by area i The locale of the new novel three schools In Gadsden County

of the First Baptist as Church a: mission of live*, farmer and several northwest of the Livestock Pavilion Is woven around tOns town of t I I. scheduled to begin Immediately .
Quincy The first housewives. The new Republl to Improve the street In Paradise -- a fictitious place ," staled "1. D Walk
services wercM
cam alao Include merchant and ....
held In tile n.l hhnrhnovi .h.. M. I located between Mt Pleasant
the newly bu It er County Superintendent of
Sanctuary builneumen .1.1I
and renovated Cadsdcn would f drain ;;c'more quickly: and Qulnry Schools, and should be completed -
County Hospital building which .' W S Dodmm, spokesman for'th. Commission promised to "In Paradise, a small town about July 1, 1M4"

had been purchased by Mr C, GRO. Gadtden Republican, have the situation looked Into In noithwestern Flmlda, lands At a special meeting of the
W. Thomas, Sr and given to 'j iI'f'7' Organization stated "Tbl* II, and if pomlble rlghla-of.way the stalely ancestral mansion of R1'h.1 Hoard on Wednesdsy
the First Baptist Church: for only the tint step and the flnt secured and storm sewer installed the affluent Angel family Although ,JlnU.I'Y Id. Wllilaina (.nII.lr.....
\this purpose Sunday, January I J,51Jri.0 day future G. 11.0.We will grow In the visitor were not generally .- lion & Supply:--Inc,-Qulucy i ,
but A
3rd save one motive request by the Qulncy Telephone welcomed
1994 marked the llrst services soc bold enough was asided contract for the
held by the Thomas Memorial -I -We that believe la better government Company to Install tel ta venture down the palm-I In' following construction:
Mission a true two- ephone booth or 'boolhettel'at I'd drive would see a (leoriflanL'uuiiuisl I, A six classroom .addition
party system will help ourcounty a location near Ard* Store In edifice proudly fronted .
The first Sunday In February our alate and the Salem Elementary 8<'hoo| for
our na- western part of the City and by eight deeply fluted Coi'InthUn .
of the same year the group of/ thin." I at the corner of Crawford and columna Two masslv the aunt ot 'Cl3,2UOO.

Charter Members and new members -R The Democratic Party and Monroe Streets was granted It oak door Into whose front sides :3. A five classroom addition
established themselves) Into present administration seems to was explained however that were carved to Havana Public School and
numerou cherubsIh ,
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the Thorns, Memorial BaplUtflfinurcn "S ; lave deserted us. the I an eleven classroom addition
'S'S''S Therefore City could not legally grantpermission Angel f sin lly hallmark, op. tn
(Continued oa Pate SluIces for the emd Springfield I Elementary Mthuol
TENTH Jef Inwaidly Into till whit
The prevloui pastors of the ANNIVERSARY The Thomas Memorial Baptist ferson Street location .inc. thai .iHhty-foot fmade" appiar the fur the sum of |U4,178,00,
church have been Dr. Willis E. Church will observe Its Tenth Anniversary this Sunday property on which the telephone I E. Maloeun Celllna Inliirniatlon on the btxik flap Three contractors bid! on satin
Howard Reverend Aaberry Burred The Norman College Choir will provide special sacred GS Cookie Sale [booth would be Installed Is owned .,, 'lit'hind thiMe massive diNiiimembers of the above projects and me

Reverend Bob Barwlck, mualc for the occasionChamber by the State Road Department -, of the Angel. faintly bids submitted by Williams C isinulion -
Reverend A L. Llghtfoot and --- -. a* part ot the rlght-of I Quincy Holiness had been born and died alme ft Supply, Inc weie
the present pastor Reverend Begins Friday 1 1842 when the mansion was deteimined to be the lowest and
Guy R Wade The current wayPaauge of Ordinance No. 410! built, Now but four of them best bids.1tsrrett.
Tb. Series
church membership 1* over 341 Official Warns pI Sale begins annual January Girl Scout 31 and Cookie establishing Pension Plan No. Continues were left Ih* patriarch Augustus Oaffln" Dlahnp, Taliahssaee -
member will 21
; the Sunday School continue through Continued OB Tag Sinless Revival service are being Alexander \lItll'l ind his ate architects for the
enrollment 1* 288; and Training Cookie Sale February 11 ------ conducted eat'h night this weekat three eccentric, middle-sued, addition to Silrm Elementary:
Union enrollment 81, _proceeds will be splnstir I &: 'ltuol. Hubert
: New the Quincy Pentecostal llol d.ulhillra.111.*. Maybln Talla
The Reverend Wada extend usea oy Bend tints scouts: or the Apaachet ManagerAt mess Church Amsnda and Angel These hassee, .la architect for the ad( .

to all the member and frlenda Citizens On Fast Sales purchase of camping Council equipment for the Evangelist for the services .ls were the Angel of Paradise, ditions to Havana 1'ubllo Ikhuulaand

a special Invitation to take part, Of the SO cent received for: Telogia Plant the Rev George llarrl of Tallahassee Mm'Ids'1 continue .the book hptliigrioUl llemeiilsiy.
In the Tenth Stlmol
Anniversary acuvltles -I each box, 10 ton Wentwotfh who also ha i talent ynopsls.
A sudden increase In the cents will be used has been
Baptist Church of Thomas MemorIal ber of complaint about for; Troop equipment, with the started Plant Manager of the for singing. Mr Collins was born In Jsi'ksnnvllle In other an Ion at this special
door salesmen literally oum-I balance going toward the cost Newport Industries plant In Teogla The Chester Stafford FamilyQusrtct and attended Washing meeting the Hoard accepted a
ed the office of the Gadaden of 16 Pup Tents. and 1 Baker filling the vacancy cre- will 1 provide music for ton and lee University In Lexington bid of |U9.Ou made by Minnie
Clark Reminds County Chamber of Commerce Tent for the use of Girl Scouts I sled by the transfer of K. N. the service this evening The Va. and Southern Bus Shaw for the property oilglnaU
last week, according to Fred In this area, to be located In lurgess to the company Oak, quartet I I. composed ot Mr. Slsf lucas University In Atlanta, da. Iy known a* the bhlloh SchusS
Farmers About Jones, manager of the Ch.mber.1 Qulncy Also needed are another dale, Louisiana plant. lord, his wife Jusnll and their lie la i member of the John site,
Complaint were based on the canoe and paddles Mr. and Mr*. Wentworth and two sons Errol and Doyle W, boats 1'osl. No. 14, of the Dr James L W.1I.n b.rlltr.

Tax approaches used by the solicitor I Limited development of t heir six children expect to The Rev W, C llemdon. American Legion I In Qulnty; slidpsealdent : Director ot Division ot Connmunlly
RefundsOnl *. who said they were conducting I new troop campsite I I. also on make their home In Quincy. pastor, Invites everyone to share of the Quincy Cable- Junior Colleges Sts,.
a few day remain for a lurvey, winning point the agenda, and some of the Mr. and Mrs Burgess and I the message of the evangelist. vision Corporstlon Ills hobbles Department of Lducsllun, aba.
farmer *o they could go back to nursing proceeds will be earmarked forth daughter, KatIe and Paula, have I Service begin at 730 every, Include swimming, hunting and O1l't .Uh lha -Dllar"- I" .11.. ........
who have permit to school, or college and strong establlahlished camp acquisition resided In Qulncy More 1958, eveningMr fishing and enlovlnl his aUrcu- -- -- the possibility of assuring. a
apply for their gasoline refund complaint were also registered I fund and bl-fl equipiMnL-- Junior ruii.ga lor Uartailen

from the state comptroller of about the Dractlce of santa solicitors I I' I Mrs. bam B. McMillan la The book I I. available al C.rnl. County, The hey, John M Bv.
lice, Bernard Clark, ,Associate, working In pain and : : : serving is Town Cookie Chairman Plaything of Quilocy.1Woman's water, Richard' J. Gardner, Wil.
County Agent stated today January calling at front-door as late aa/ Jii" I 11 for the Qulncy Cookie Sale. Letter From Canal Zone -.. Ham II, Dodsnn and Wm Brail
MIs the deadline 10,SO at night.Everyone .-. -(.....' Eight Troops will sell cookie ley Mum, were present a* In.
Farmer In Gadaden County I Troop 100, IDS lOS 107 108, Club United cltlxen
who hold valid J. D, Chilly
a re- 1
fund permit from the should know how to handle situation lot, 114 and 148, with a total I Following a general discus

troller may get a refund of comp$,j4 like these Jones 'stated I 1. D. Chitty Joins of In 184 addition girl to qualifying the I to sell Presents Authentic Facts Will Present Ion, a resolution was passed
per gallon of gas used for ag for police officer In Chat- cookies sold last type ; I I by the Hoard requesting flue
cultural or commercial: fishing hoochee, Havana, and Quincycan year theChocolate ;Junior Cullege Hoard to snake a
definitely act against such Staff At Crouch'sW vanilla ssndwlrheitCentlnued survey of Unladen County'
refund purpose la during 1963. No solicitors Inside those communities on Page 8l leen) i Second ConcertThe ..Ilk lk,... bl'-...._1. ......_....along,? ...
authorized, however T. Crouch of Crouch Mammy McCall, this past --' w.
for purchase* of less than 29 Rural resident can post week received a note from heralster Leon County to determine the
gallons J at any one time; and,I the Chamber office and that office Rex*:I Drug la Quincy announces Myrick Receives Folk Festival .In.law, Mr*. Paul (Margaret the Quincy Fin Art Woman Department Club will of xisslblllly vf securing a Joint
none Is given when the refund will act either to alert cityofficials this week that J. David McCalll Morgan who live unlor college for the two cuuu.lies. .
present at I clock their
for 12 months Is les* than 19 00 or to move through Chitty has assumed duties asgeneral Appointment with her husband snui family aHslboa concert of the Qulncy Worn second I
Both purchaser: and seller publisher channel to stop the floor manager Is Set Tuesday In The Panama Canal an'* Club February 4
must have complete record ol abuses. A native of Bonlfay, Mr. Chit- i. Edwin Larson, Stale Treasurer ,, Rime. the accuse of riots and This Key Leaders In
I concert will be devoted
the transactions, and these must Permit are Issued only by I y graduated from Bonlfay High and Insurance Commiion'.rh.ss.,5anrhfvrkh An American Folk Festival, bloodshed ea/llrr In the month IA fh. ftlniflntf f 1
be kept two years. As long as the city clerks of the three cities School tn baa- ._'ood t",.. ...-... featuring students front_Quincy of January. She also include i t> .aIa&'tlitswiI.knuwa i liiiiif.-frnnt
refund_ claims are filed yearly and only after proper Identification In th.s.: Army i cithn'lended at of Quincy ta- the"Rating and;j Elementary; ueorge w. munroe! a copy of -Spillway. ," a tabloid well music from the ; as Area Cancer
toe refund permit remains v.I.ld. ;.: the crew establishes Chlpola Junior College Surplua Lines Division ot the5t.l. and Greensboro Elementary/publication of the ZoneMargaret a* song opera
that they are engaged In interstate Mr. Chitty cam to Quincy Insurance Department Schools" will take place In the 1 explained "Split- "I'orir and Hess. The sings toe Drive To Moot
> aung on this aid
Not all permit holders have commerce The permit In from Orlando where h* was ssaoclated Myrick will be assigned to Qulnry High School Auditor wsy* aa publication put out well liked program 10
been taking advantage of the op. not an endorsement The permit I with the Rexsll Drug work Involving problems of Fir Ium at 710 T.radsy evening. b y "our Pan Canal and Is usual the evening by the entertainmentcould public that Key volunteer leader whit

portunity for refunds In 1960, states further that It la Co. there Previously he hid and Allied Line ss well as February 4. Iy i newspaper of happening well be called "lUt will participate In the 1M4 Kd
for example only 17 percent Issued over protest and because been employed by the Rexsll crop bail and rain Insurance The Folk Festival' n sponsoredby about event and people on the Parade" of Mualc I untlunal.nd rund.R.llln Cru.
received a refund The average the nature of the business classifies -Drug Co. In Fsyettevtlle, N. C. A 1(22 honor graduate of the the Qulnry Music Club, anaffiliate C Z. for the employees. This 'ssiles of the American Cancer
payment per farmer that It a* Interstate Permit He I* married to the former University of Tennessee, My of the National Federation particular one rould not be The wings from yesterday will Society. to be
year was $138.79. But, $138,00 are lifted a* soon as bonaf Ida die* Kathleen Barrow of Chlp- rick has bad wide experience of Music Clubs. and I* un- released until word was given Include" Hhute On llarvaat tonduHed In Bay
previously appropriated by the complaint la reported and the Icy and tiey art member of In Insursnce. Immediately after des the direction of Mr*. James It seem that most of the Stale i .Mann. "Albe Blue Gown," CaJhoun. Fscamhla, FranklIn
Legislature to pay refunds was crew la stopped from further the Baptist ChurchCHRISTMAS grsdusllng from Tennessee. C. Lambert Mrs. Lambert music newspapers and magailne bat, blow Worm and ether a* Gadsden.. Gulf, Halm*, Jackson >
left unclaimed. contacts In the city I he was employed by Southeastern teacher at Quincy Elementary -distorted view on our present well loved Jefferson Liberty, Learn,
I Resident of Gsdsden Countyare SEALS Underwriter As_oclatlon, School, will be assisted by llusllon down here Most sail.tamtuhsta 'Ih. sodgs' of today will Include Okslnoss, Santa Roes, Wakulla,
I MIN Sandra Skeenet selections from "Show Walton, and Waahlngton toun.
specializing In music and
engineering Inspection reporters there
Kiwanians View of Commerce urged to call 627-8318 the ,Chamber to check Seal Howard Thomas, Chairman:1 and rating for the- teacher at George W, Munroel did not know what they up were Boat," lone of Norway" and ties. have bees invited to at.
Sale of the Gadsden Southeastern (late*, For 14 School, and Mr*. llerschel Clark riling ibout This publication 1 Th Hound of Music lend a special conference to be
on solicitor I
Forest FilmDon Auto any license number at any time; t y Tuberculosis and Health Association year, Myrick ares Florida Manager ol the Greensboro faculty Is the true happening and I.official Silos Marguerite llendrlx will'held: Tuesdsy, February 4, at Die
and d* urge all those who sing wllu'nm.r.Ume" lintel Chl|>nla In Msrlanna,
for Thla from I
Home Insurance program celebrating the I. It has been sent to all orgy
rrlptlon of the
Seery, Information and be netad In order people should their haven mailed la check for Company, New Yerk Parade of American Music, Is'senators etc by the tsnsl I I and Bess, and Lou MIte. will,Imeellng will be shiest te artier
education officer of lbs Florida actions can be taken that proper do Christmas Seal to pleas 1 Myrick and his wife, Myrlam, open to the pubile. There will hear, end Indlvldusl ass NndC..Uaw4 sing "I got llenly' of JMhln III at 12 lull noun and adjourn al
Forest Service, of Tallahassee. quickly so reside In Qulncy. be M admission charge. | ( en Page NlsteesJCeagreassaaa and together they will peiturni Dm
end_David Burns, county_ forest ,Bess nasa is mv woman HIM*_' The month of April bat been
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r.sg.T aiso 01 me norms ruTS H. $ from Porgy and Bias: 'SMis. !designated *. Cancer Control:

est Service, were on the program j. Boring, 95,I v JEdwards Seeks'Reelection Tax Collector : Sandra Sksene baa ..., Month by an act of Dmgres*
at the Monday meetingof ( acted some weU songs!and so pioclalnwd by the Pres I
the Qulncy Kiwanis Club at Died Al rom -The King, :"rn. her!Ment sat the United Stale, and
the Jefferson House The two Tuesday ; : As Clint Bassett I pan' he Governor of the Slate ol
men made brief remarks about All di all, the program should1prevlde i Flurula,
their work and how It affects the acme in vocal enertalnmenL --- -
riorldlans and showed a .film Hospital County SheriffOtho Seeks Reelection Thos. Memorial

distributed by the United States Glenn Hull Boring *5, a| Those who have tickets i. the!;
Department of Agriculture entitled well known and beloved rest-, Edward, sheriff of Osd- Th dssn of Gadsdeii County contort aeries are reminded
-Forest Fires In the dent of Qulncy since 1911 died dee County, announced thIsweek office holder. Clint Bsssett to share with a friend, U not!Study Sessions
South' .t '7 ZS this week announced that he able to use the tkket thetis.seises. I
am Tuesday, January that h* will be a candidate A study of "Whst fUptlst
Following the film the pair 121 In the Gadsden County Hopltal *-| to succeed himself In tII.11 wig candidate for rt4..toeII ,Believe',; will be eondurtad nest
answered questions put to them Mr Boring bad been retired Gadaden tax collector Bat- The member of the Fine Art.1 Wednesdsy
evening I
by Kiwanians for poet la th* Democratic Primary sell wtll fin out his sixth Department responsible.
They '
were e
many yean. by the Key la of
by Lamar Bailey, program Mr. Boring moved to Quincy M., ,In Office next January He tn.// these fine conceit are: the Thames Memorial Baptist
chairman. from Bartow County, Georgia. Mr. Edward boasts many elected .collector to 1140 Guy Wad. Mr. L. I.. Lhurrh The Hour of Purpose

John Knight, a Klwanlan, and where he was born, lie wes .1 years experleswe la law enforcement baa filled that position le"UII" ee Fsis .It.Mr"j I and Prayer begins al I a'clock

Qulia Waters, both of Gslneevillfl" prominent building contractor I
Jack", and.'fallroe.Stewart of the Htnson Qulncy and ects here were and among the eld hi*Sanctusry many prel of I a de, aty sheriff wbea I Mr opposition....... was "base la Grti Gospel be Some discussed of the topic thai will

'the First William lamaa was la office i*. the oa *l Mr and Mrs. W. are What the
Hitfb School Baptist Chunk
Key Club were and Sing'I Baptists believe
and after ... P Lutea N, Baasdt He bee lived la the1ha. Slated I about fjod,
...... ,the Masonic Temple He served died IB I the Father. '
.. la wkira___ _IM_ ___ all 'God the
office WM_ horn I Holy
a* i deacon la the First Baptist Ooney SatHb oa February I. 144, be Us life U --- ) Dea Fsxea A "Gospel Spirit" ",Jesu Christ: '''.11,
Church of Qutnry for saany was polatod to fill out the planned "the Bible '
Skrove SpeaksTo la 144 be \ Sunday February 3 Salvatlua. The
He KMipired tcrak la of married the thee I
year the honorary the Greensboro New Testament.Lkurch.*
position ., -LWe 1>._" fol Dorsey Smith that aaei year Mr. Edwards Mia Aadrey Falnlotk of QuUucy To Seek Assembly "I"Last
Pilot Club lowing his retirement due to was aomlaaud la the primarysad lie and Mr. Bassvtt are(Fuqua God .CT ,vdI. The rhuren II ktsiea aubjects.Kvoryooe Things. and many.. ether
and elected. tfi i member el t>nt nary Methodist five mile south***! vf
age ill health. the Novenber .
There has been a wonderful Funeral aervtce were heldat Is Candidate For General O/rUoa. He has served Chareb lAd *. I* a snemberf 'Second Term In Oreensbwe betweeN lh*< Juniper : k cordially lavltedto
response' toward the Adult Ucatloa the First Baptist Church I a* r-iift conUauoualy sInce the cborek official Board of ,, and Syeamore _""' "11... sltead these discussion too
Program ta GadedeaCeuaty I p... Wednesday ..... 21.at that time. Steward lie I* also preddent I The program will bests at I! coinIng the Baptist Cortrlas. I
,* W.I'A.. SkrovetoU Commissionert ,of the Methodist Vcfcwk tn the afternoe and and Ihonlogy
with the Mesa OaK U. S.
pastor. tun Thomas Sheriff Edward Congress
served 1 ,the
as'orestdsat la public |* Mvltsd le
members of the Quincy f. CMttno U e etaletatnt to a represent- |
charge Re Cut- .,
Dane, Smith wen knew Uie Florida Rher The pester, A. Z. VoltS ..
Mot Cull Friday at the Jefferson -tine stave W the Oadidoa County: D aft1ouMod
wa assisted by Rev. W. irr Association h* 1m. He Is Congreomtea oota Faqea At The Loaf
House. Skrove I* director ICeottaeod *. Page SInless Cfeatlahoochee woe, OU week/also a Member ., Centenary TUne*. (CUat..., lUnalng I'If'thf today that be would tree vile*. all apeelal stager $'Ilellcl'j

.f the procraai la the county --need tht he win seek the,*".'...".. fluffFhi. tkm CtailB* offlee al ta* *olle tor put',Mk re-elocttoa a* CaSed Stale, This Week
eia to .l1M4Yuta.. .. .... -
Ie a.tatr froea the NUthi '
-- FIRST BAPTIST nomination for County Comnls-Cwhang Dish, Masoa sad -
u.-..!. objectives sad advantages II aught Hwaila to do tor ., DRIVERS L LICENSES
tae I
District Florida
Sartoer and tile Gadsdea : i fueuj Leaf Theatre allrertloa for
stoner hi DIstrict ....
la Coua-
., the eduratfcval program SUNDAY SERMONS Three ty Chamber of Consort I people. I doa | lory the tax*.. eoaipletlng his frtshisaa toras'I Sit I 0 SflUtk. supervisor the eontlng week ........* The
which began last falL The P45. noL Cuttiao May Democrstk PrtaMry Tie hi tha i{i iBora That la done by the SUM .... .-/tress the disthitl which H eoav ot the Driver Lteente DtW ".....' starring Paul Newmaa'
Attending the hiBcbeosi B>eet. will contaao the .......* ca !eat !. lOW held tf &MSMT Sawdust r masuairy lathes and other orfktala al the posed of --'-. Taylor slosi ot the Florida Highway and tike Sommer today, FrW
Ing were Mrs. Irene Foster and -Jew Life And Our- Svav MIst also el ChattaluocfeM.!,Joha W of. sad Cadsdea Coaaty tel|ewTMr, But I win M-esatse IfreelectoC .Madiaoa. Jeffersoa. Hamlltaa,,Patrol, elated tnal ef f activeNbmary day and Saturday Also *rhoduled .
JoIn Gertrude Cverhart fro. day morning It the Fan Ba*. 'whoso tors* wtH tiptro oa Jaaary -, tiif Lone tdwardssoaeer el
T.uuMn.. Mary Taylor Us Chsnrla. Hi sermon wad t, 1M1 I'* Married* Mlas. tectloa, ho latr Mmartea la ...,. the sametwuneoue :' Calhoun. 1<<--. Llberly, be gives) la Cbatlaltoarhee from:Lair. will be .Beast of the Am*.

from Lansing Mich, Junior be eautled. ""Tim Te Spare 1 M'.II..* hers aoarChatuhootheo soa of the Sftaistore Lee Coamvatty OU Jeha--1 that I and effkieM svrrtee!1 sad Ufayetto Countlet.In I !. I p** every Fitday altemoeaj I too Flaying Sunday and Mos
Pilot eaber, Usda Presoell. For Cod' and his have rendered during the I I sassIng bM tarsal sa- at the City Halt day will. be The Sunning Man,"
epsatmast They are tile aereau ol tee|H F*.rf I have heea hi .,fIN. aovaceaveaC Foeisa said. *1 la '
sad her guest. Syhrta SkipperMr At the evening servke MrCxtino ef kl* hOe la that virtarty Qulnty effective Febnury earring Laurence Harver and
France ... ehOdrea Oino reward. Jr, ..1Quascy :I bass alvara endeavored to have beea deeply honored by'4. driver seats will be .1.Lee "
Roger was -( smnasv, "Holy, Holy. For the post IS year lit ha and Mr give every .lrll. Flaring Tuesday
T t WWtohart. oak' '
toned !ale the dull as a *** Holy: will be based eo the;l beeej M the buUdlaf caastrw- sr. courtesy Md wrvke *y- th* people ol the MIMb" District Tuesday fonts 110 e .. I* and Wednesday. will be "Wan,
...... I|(ti Bosk ol ......w-. I I lC.eaaon3aSizueesJ J k .,. of WlOietoa. They, aoKtasoa M this:!flee sad sIll la auowuH am to serve as abatelCeelha.sl B ,.. el Sic Florid Illghwsy' !Hols. starring SuianM Floskvrtte .
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I Ii Jr U S, Navy, and Phillip o I.
i all the time. Then he en more Investment-sheped Residents"Mother
arm Local
Qulncy one daughter
II Doors ;
I latched onto the Idea that totln' Recognition Given Florida 4.11 Alumni types of policy than straight, Mrs. Patricia McDonald, QuID:

II a heavy handbag around might life Dies cy, four brother, C. E. Hlntoi
cause the aches and palm. He Ai a matter of fact the moat Jr., Jacksonville, Edward i.n
I AROUND placed her handbag on the For Effective Community Leadership popular type of policy for persons I II Hinton and Willis Hinton, both
scales and It weighed S pounds In the entertainment field I Mn Ann Louise Leslie of Quincy, and Frank D. Hinter.
The Just for fun, we at the Times it any activity with a probable of Tallahassee passed away 38'1 U S. Air Force: one sister, Mr1
I Oft'lce, thought we would weigh Four Florida civic leaden- piano teacher, a farmer abort lifetime, is the 20 payment day, January 24 at the J. D. Duck, Jacksonville: ana
SQUARE our handball Edna' weighed I real estate man, a mechanic and a homemaker-have I policy one that given hmee Memorial Honltal.Mri two grandchildren.
I 2Vs pounds, Sunn weighed ; Insurance protection for life, Leslie was born In
In the national 4-H Serving aa p.llbe.ren'Irt
been named 1963 winners Club
ey sate 3H pounds MorreU'i, 4U for Ga and was a
; : but calls premium payment Thomaavllle, Lester Gatlln Wallace
j Doris', 4, and mine 8V4. Bythe- alumni recognition program. I I for 20 year only. Some member of the Church of Christ Millard While, Roy Bryant Conl\, \.: :
way Morretl tsrryi her work They are Mri. W. H. Milton, of MacClenny; Robert P. even reduce this to 15 or even la TalUhauee. gar Avlrette and Ch.rl.1..
tools around In hen rich asa 10 year, to make certain the Funeral service* were con
hug pocket knife, wire clippers Searcy of Lee; Walter Hlggiiuon, of Zepb.yrb.llli, and Insurance they want gets on ducted at :3 o'clock Monday afternoon .: rlngton
Think goodness exams it and etc. Mri. W T. Suber Jr., of Gretna. The four were awarded the books and paid for before Jnnua'y 27 from the

Quincy Junior-Senior High art Some good entertainment handsome copper plaques by the Olin Mathleson Chemical the fadeout One very prominent Church of Christ In Quincy Birth AnnouncementMr

overt And I understand there go tit In the lounge of a beauty Corporation, sponsor of the alumni award 1 t.4...$vt....Jr. s...., movie atar of many years with the Rev. Max Kelley and,
large chunk of nil the Rev. James McDonald officiating and Mrs Billy Freemt
will be no exemptions thli coming shop and listen to the different ago put
lemciter. Another thank conversations going on. Wish The proram. conducted by operated a real estate fit piy envelope Into the purchase Interment was In the of Qulnry announce the birth (.M
goodness! This cirtln' ehUluni some could be quoted and the the Cooperative Extension Service H*was president of th arener'j' : aid annuities.This Cool Springs Cemetery near a ion, January 20 at the Cadi
back and forth who are exempt sources It 1* much. more fun highlights the ideals I son County Firm guarantee a very high Ficevllle, Ga, with the But den County Hospital. The bib
Inn't too bad If you' live In to listen though clearer thinking, greater loyaity, two years, and has served on the \ level lifetime /Income to begin, ler-Morgan Funeral Home In weighed liven pound, flu
town but oh, If you live to Do hope this gloomy, gloomy larger service! and better livingus County School Advisory Com 1-- 1'1\ In his case, at 99, but also ...Iteel charge of arrangements.Survivors ounces and has been named JoBridley J'
the country and ten miles weather la gone by the time thplpt'r expressed In the 4-H pledge. mitt. and as a director of the down in the policy a very Include her husband Mr. and Mn rre mal
out011! no sooner get them eounty'i Development Author large cash value which he could Robert H. Leslie, Tallahassee have two other children.. Jan
out but this Is .
comet lb. OrgioUer
home than you' have to tun typical of January. Ughl Ity. A father of two, h* has also call on prior to 53, If needed ; two ions, Roy H. Downs and Lynda, 0
around and take them back. Agnes Milton, who gives I prl- been chairman of the Lee Com It 10 happened that he did not
The tobacco farmer are getting vats piano lessons, wit the Scot have to fall back on that cash
Read not too long ago that a munity Club, a civic
physician was wondering why their shades ready the rode teacher In MicClenny Mrs.t.4h Hlelnsse and he la on the receiving end NORTH FLORIDA GAS CORP.
cycle begins again, Years ago -
"retirement" income
rom 1833 to 1954. She started tion.A of that
hit wife neuralgia In one the fight to obtain better roads
.! h.d. spring used to be my favorite club for elderly resident, the former chairman of the he built up back when he was & PROPANE
He 4-H leader for 10 MOTOR FUEL BUTANE GAS
wn a 'ean.A. -
lime of the year then whenwa rltndlr Fillowshlp Club, that beard of stewards of the local ) 'In' the chips."
raised tobacco, fill became a youngster, h* was club
Methodist Church, Sarcy has Term insurance Is certainlynot
INSECTICIDESSOIL best time Sort of a time to nets twice a month. been a Boy Scout committeeman II m mber In Pasco County. appropriate for your needs, Gas Ranges Prepare It Better .
relax and not about the She helped establish the first Yvonne Suber
worry a homemaker, as briefly sketch them. It
In 1958 bl was named the state's you Water HatersThermolatr.a
FUMIGANTS weather ruining the expensive !high school bind in her community outstanding farmer U chairman of the Gretna tiou.Demonstration Is not suitable for basic family -
young by!
tobacco crop. sad was one of the the Junior Chamber of Com Club, and hat protection, the purpose of &
WEED KILLERS Isn't It fun to witch young founding director of a new coerce H. was a H'er In Swltlerlind -I been publicity chairman for the term Insurance being for specific Dearborn Gas Healer
girls walk In their first high club for teen.agers. She write for local PTA. She serves as a room short-term needs 8J
heels Isn't It fun to lie boy i weekly news column, This County seven yearsas mother at acbooLCh.lrmn Nora* Washer

SOUTHERN finally discover girl are more I ind That. a youngster. ServantDirector I I of the 1981 Red Card of Thanks RCA Whlrlpoo(Dryers
Interesting than tractors Mrs. Milton, who was a 4H'.ror Community Cross fund drive In Gretns, she
Was witching the "Wltird of tight years as a youngster of the local Community annually assists with the local W* wish to extend sincere RCA Whirlpool and
CHEMICAL Os" on TV Sunday night and Association and th* Pam "Thank You" to all our friends
oft Alachua County helped erjinli and county chest X-ray program. Nora Refrigerator COOK WITH GAS
remembered how much I
enjoyed County Poultry Association and neighbors for their cards,
a Junior Woman Club Mrs. Suber, mother of four,
little ill the girl.Ot boob'Member when the I was exciting ut MicOenny and Is a directorof Hifglnson has served on the has been a 4-H leader for seven memorials and other expret- 24 HOUR DELIVERY TRUCKS RADIO EQUIPPED
Sales & ServiceInc. a dons of sympathy at the time of
till Senior Woman's Club. Election Board for the last six She was 14 H'er for eight
Tarzan boob, Bombs the years our recent bereavement W*
112 E. Strut Florida
Jungle Boy and even the Tom Her son, William, wa a 4-H'n years ant 1s a church leader.Higglnaon yisn as a youngster In Decatur are truly grateful Washington Quincy

Swift books? Just dont believe ass boy.Searcy. was Instrumental County, Georgia, and won an The family of Telephone 627-6034

young people enjoy reading II a farmer sine 1048, In obtaining telephone service I expense paid trip to the National4H James Walter E vl> Jr. __ _
Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 I much ai we used to. Irvin hid operates a S63'*cr firm and forth for the community of Crystal Club Congress In Chicago n
a special place high up In a last three yean hessian Springs r.... and spearheaded a* state clothing award winner.
grapefruit tree to read Tartan
QUINCY FLORIDA boob that' when w* lived ..rrr7our I II YOU ARC CORDIALLY INVITED Il
St. Petersburg Smith, Harold Young and Paul without bids, mostly loo llulf',1)
L Bobby Letter, Nevln Pan-amor at the University of'There was some question ( TO THEPREMIERE
Florida. "
whether perishable Items which fi '
Well, bye-bye for this week I ,
MODERN HOMES vary In price should be put

under bid. And the State Department
JUST WHAT THE NAME IMPLIES A CAPITOL of Education asked,I .!9 rnSttranc

where do you draw the $300 '
Modem Beautiful EconomicalA LETTERBy line that I Is, should It be(I Question: I an thinking of
(300( a diy, or 1300 a school, or large chunk of life OF THE ELEGANT NEW 1964 FRIGIDAIRE
buying a
Jerry Mock what?

DOLLAR AND A DEED IS ALL YOU NEED Tallahassee The State Cabinet -I The Stale Board resolved the Insurance under-Insured, 111 reillae that for I the ambadly FAMILY OF HOME APPLIANCES
l by deciding not to
Board of Education neatly draw It n.t all except In the case benefit of my family. Inasmuch
dodged an issue of whether to of dairy and bakery product .s I im in the entertainmentworld
require county school boards to and all non-food supplies made and face the facts of FRIDAY & SATURDAY IAN. 31 FEB. 1,8 AM 8 PM
require competitive bidding for from school lunch Internal accounts life that 15 years from today I
Choose from Over 21 Available Plan some foodstuffs 11Ita recently This resulted from a may well be a forgotten name,1' Automatic Washers
approved regulitioni. Circuit Court decision In Pen- with need for a whole new cseer Refrigerator > Food Froiers .

The wn paved by the seeds Isn't a Urge term insurance -
Automatic Dryer Electric Range Room Air Conditioner
policy whit I need, givingme
1960 Legislature which author funds
Already exempt were
Writ Come Call 627-6297
By or lad the State Board to exempt handled In trust for Individual I the maximum protection for I Mobil Dishwashers
Items from a state law that re- such ai purchases of class Jewelry the lent outlay while I am In I Ithl
Modern Homes Construction Co. mars.thabide on purchase of school annuals, cards and good money? '
$300. Invitations, Insignia, caps and ANSWER Sorry, but you I
ChatU 627-6297 Last year an audit In Palm gowns, eU. seem to have It all wrong If '1
ffiway QuIncy Slewarl
I Beach County turned up nearly But foodstuffs such ai meat you *e* your"good money" days Young
$800,000 In purchases made and vegetable need not be .i potentially short-lived, that -
bid, except that the board setup II not in argument for term
three criteria the local insurance, but for a move In the,
boards mutt consider: The opposite direction, towards ev ,
availability of properly trainedpersonnel
i. The character of
the Item or Item to be pur
chased 3, The normal market
fluctuations In particular Items

and 4. The availability and supply Everybody who wants aWildcat stand
insect control: of federal commodities up.

A Slat spokesman Department sold of one Education effect Everybody who wants a Skylark, please stand up.

of the new directive wouldbe Everybody who wants Riviera stand
a please
:for tobacco! to make school board more 01 up.
\ cautious In their buying be-

caua of the stipulations Now that everybody's standing,let's all go to the Buick Sports Car Rally.

Heptachlor Is the Insecticide can depend on Cov. Farris Bryant apparently
will name top aide Bill JUdd
for control of wtreworm,vicious species of'w director of the Trustees for the

cutworm whit grubs mol crickets, seed corn Internal Improvement Fund to Brr
replace Van Ferguson, who
maggots tobacco webworms, rootworms, green plans to retire sometime this I

i June beetle larvae, ind other soil Insects year after 30 years of state
Versatile Heptachlor take car of ill tobacco !
Although Bryant has declined
soil insect On broadcast application
problems. to comment on the rumored'

.t or before transplanting time protects your switch, about the only question ,
seems to be ,
crop ill season. Heptachlor is economical lon'a resignation his when been Fergu-submitted ReaD).

and has no unpleasant odor.Get ill the soil to Bryant pending a do- ,\

insect control you pay for Get Heptachlorfrom clalon on the time.
The placement of
Kldd will
your dealer now Dusts, granules, sprays, take earl of Bryant's two cloy'
or fertilizer mixtures wIJrie a est and moet trusted aides _

.a.: Velilcol Chemlcsl! Corporation Jimmy Kynei recently wa aimed Y
attorney general The Kldd
3411,Ohio Si, Chicago Ill 00611Heptachlor are very close to the Bryanta

and Kldd has been Bry.nt' It would be a aham to wast this chance to drive one of settle for a two-eeater. A tlnly tuned production 340 hp

tern confidant especially in mat Bulck's lively sport models! wouldn't It7 Especially eonsldWildcat with a skilled driver scored the highest miles per
pertaining to state .
kills The IIF land ering your Buick dialer's so close, and the price Is so nice, gallon In the economy teat of Class l-hlgh performance

known around director'i the Job state U, but little That's what the Sports Car Rally Is sll about And they're V-8's-t the Pure OH Performance Trial at Daytona Beach, f '

one of the moet Important In luxurious enough to make you wonder why inybody'd Florida. (So who' surprised Not Wildcat owners) ,

wire Tallahassee, The reason for this

especially submerged lands .
With ',000 miles of coastline,
other soil insects! lorldi probably his more submerged '
land than any other MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.
state Geologically, the land
sloping gently from the shore

more mike valuable the submerged ai potential lands uplands I 23 North Adorn Street Quincy, Florida

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RECREATION Shop Wllaon'l Celtics Lakers; Tuesday vs. Feb.Quality 4. J. R. Cone Views Sales Increase R. L. Chesser 67

4.13 p.m.- Quality Shop Ctl-
tlci va. Cities Service Warriors New FurnitureAt At -

BASKETBALL Br NEWS Dons, James Jan.BIDDY Scores 20Suber BASKETBALL of part week and; Monday Johnson, High Point Stores Sales during recorded the by 28-'' [CmKe mt Ut. fle 't. ,,

Junior Boys' Basketball Blue Devils 14, Jitney Jungle Furniture and department led ended January 11 )\ .
Scorn of past week Panthers 7; The Famous May store merchants from the Southeast an Increase If 4 46 '
: Friday
Jan 24- Cancelled Drug 7, Quincy Telephone converged on High Point the corresponding i 1f
Monday :
Jan 27Quality Shop Celtics Electrons 2. North Carolina, last week for ago !
39, Bell and Bates Hawks 16, Friday, Jan. 24- The Famous the annual winter market. A total sales volume fwP fJine
tf9 ,
Cltlei/ Service Warriors 21, WU- May Drugs 20, Jitney Jungle Only accredited merchant 739.069 for this year's ,
aon'i Lakeri IT Panthers 18 (overtime; Su-' are permitted to view the nN period surpassed last
TOP TEN SCORERS ber and Johnson Blue Devils offerings and all register at the figure of 442,03BSlf I ? .
Player, team TP 17, Quincy Telephone ElectronsMonday mammoth Southern Furniture 720,550. .
G. Suber, C 71 8. I Exposition Building In down Sales during Frosty Morn Smoked WholePCiCS
K. Deaion, H 68 Jan. 27Rained out town High Point Reports from ending January ::14: I
C. Conrad, W 60 TOP SCORERS : the market, which has attracted 472.416 aa compared
Johnny Smith, L 46 Player team TP buyers from all 80 states, dls 813.965 during the
S. Sanders W 44 A. Flxel, B 20 close that Modern or Contemporary log period of 1963 an
S. Stoutamlre, H 40 B. Spires, P 17 designs are leading the of $2,858,451 or 421
J. Langley, C 37 H. Rudd, F 12 style parade with Early Amert Wlnn-Dlxle .
C. Harbin, W 33 S. Brown, F 5 can, French Provincial and Ital taxes during the :28-
M. Sexy H 30 R. Glover P 5 tan as ruru.ers-up. iod ended January 11 : :
E. Craig L 28 H. Massey, B ai Of particular interest Is the 19.825.668, which
STANDINGS Won Loat B. Edwards, F 4 noticeable revival of furniture percentage to salea of ;
Clues Service 6 1 P. Horton, E 4 for full-scale dining roomswhich earnings per common
B. James, B 4 are now Included In most
Shop 4 3 78 cent This compared
Bell and Bates 2 5 B. Norman E 4 new house planLGlamorou. logs after taxes of $
Wilson's J. Rudd F 4, furniture at budge
the 28-we
j g during
Scheduled games for Best STANDINGS Won LostSuber prices Is still the hall-mark of ed January, 1963,
the merchandise' being shown In
week: and Johnson 2 0 resented a
Friday, Jan. 31, 4.13 pm.- The Famous May Drugs 2 0, the South.J. Furniture of 2.00 and percentage earnings 29
R. Cone, of Gadsden
Jitney Jungle 0 2
Bell and Bates Hawks
vi. Cities attended mon share of 70 cents Its
of Quincy -
Quincy Telephone 0 2
Service Warrior I 800
; p m.-
__ Scheduled garnet for nest the show.William Shares outstanding on
week: I 11 amounted to ,
Friday Jan. 30- Suber and pared ta 12,671,442 on
SEPTIC TANK Johnson Blue Devils ... Jitney Wynn In 12, 1963. : i Morn
SERVICEVACUUM Jungle Panthers; Quincy Telephone Wlnn-Dlxle now
Electrons vs. The Famous MediterraneanUSS total of 622 retail .
May Drugi. eight wholesale units,
MEN'S BASKETBALLGame Shangrt La William ed to 601 retail stores 3$1OO
scores, Jan 23- Craig J. Wynn, electrician's mate first wholesale units a year
J Oil Co. 82, Mining Taylor 44; class USN, son of Mr. and Mrs
Hydro Gas 74, Shell Oilers 32. William J. Wynn Sr. of West '
TOP TEN SCORERS: Jefferson Street, Quincy, Fla., Social
Player, team TP visited Palma de Malloroa In Kelley'g Best Mixed Pan
R. W, Good 1101\, MT 80 the Mediterranean on January Lean MeatyNECK t
T. Faion, SO 75 16 aboard the attrack aircraftcarrier
L. Jones, HO 75 USS Shangri-La : :
O. Joyner, 110 61 Crew members toured the Many farmers In SAUSAGE4lbs.
CLEANED K. Jensen, SO 60 2,000-year-old city of Palma on County lose valuable I ;
credit, according
REPAIRED R. Parramore MT 88 the Island known as the "Pearlof
S. Grill, CO ter Kehoe, district I
87 Mediterranean. The
J. Wells, SO 63 crew the Is scheduled to visit several social security in I :
J 627-8403 f R. Lemleux SO 82 more ports of call through Kehoe said these are i $looFresh
A. McMillan, CO 45 out the Mediterranean as thcarrl.r who.do not file Income .
L. ParrUh, HO 43 operates with the Sixth self employment
" Nights 627-C86B Final First Half Standings Fleet. their farm earnings
Team Was LOll The Shrangrl-o began her He pointed out that
QUINCYVAULT Hydro Gas 8 1 current tour last October. She law requires farmers CaughtMULLET
Shell Oilers B 1 I. exported to retur nto May- at least $400 a year to
CO. Craig Oil Co. 1 II port, Fla lab In the iprlng. returns and pay social
Manning Taylor 1 8 laXf'I. Farmers who do
VAULTS MONUMENTS Scheduled games for tonight $400, but whose total
Thursday, Jan 30, 7 p.m.Hy are at least 1600
MAINLINE DRIVE dro Gia vs. Craig Oil Co.; '.30, this Income and pay .
curlty tax on It under 10c
Shell Oilers
QUINCY p m.- vs. Manning

Taylor.. ________ and provisions thus earn for credit .
lb. 10cIMP
or no profit years.In ,
w- wise--esaa-w-teen- osr r.a..sae
i sew neas or saw aa.e sea eras..sew e r tarattaw ttr e order to make
ports farmers should ,
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wiiEAllM1cEpu v I and curate expenses.records Reports of their \4 1r This Week's Jackpot

: will be due anon and /
filed not later than

APfAmttei' y t 15,Kehoe 1964, explained to avoid that $200.00

f63Westingh00Se : clsl security benefits
on earnings credited :
t .1.m 4-H Club worker's social security
y If the self.employed
t Issrss..r.. =!!.A New ViewsThe does not report his Jitney Jungle or Jitney Jr.
there la no way the N ,.at
Quincy Junior Boy. 4-H curity Administration c' Be Sure Your Card Is
Club met Jan. 21. The meeting benefits when he ('
started at 3:05. Billy Sober led Urement age, becomes
b us In the 4-H pledge and thenwe or dies. And he may Punched by 6:30: P.M. Saturday
pledged our allegiance to the breaking the law. WEEK'S WINNER-
flag Mike Base then called the Both social security BONUS WINNERS
roll. After that we had a film ternal Revenue offices BILL KING
(on how to raise a steer. Later, booklets that tell Henry Cooper
Mr. Clark showed ua the 4-H social security NOT HAVE HIS Bill 1 Shaw
patch and Jacket Then be gave farmers. The social .' Cornelia Oliver
ui some better living sheets fire In Tallahassee Is at PUNCHED AND HAD
Then the meeting was closed. lefferson Street.A Gold Jackson
Arthur Fuel, representative FORFEIT $150.00 Johnnie! Price
WestinghouseREFRIGERATORS ReporterThe office will be at the
Girls 4-H Rural Route house In Quincy every
met the 20th of of the month at 8 30
Dub January.of Quincy Melissa McPherson ssslst persons In filing Reg. 2 for 31c

the president, called the meeting ., or wanting other
to order. Debra Kelsey read concerning social
from the Bible for our devotionand tars '
I then we had the Flag sa : BREAD Loaf 10
lute. Mrs. Shirley Clark, Miss .
I Brown and Mrs. McPherson HD TraineeIn
there. We dlscueied County .
Demonstration Day and Mrs GadsdenThe l With Order

-_ Clark gave us some pointerson '
I demonstrstlons. We also discussed
I presence of an
LIII'r our Dress Revue after
In the Home
which we closed the meeting.
,Uon Office, In many of
Beth Harrell.
I club meetings, some
: t reporterGREENSBORO meetings, Horn Can Be
SENIOR club meetings end
I ; 4-H CLUB MEETS .d activities has '
The Greensboro Senior 4-H Uona of who, and why
Club met In the 7th grade room In answer to these '
on Thursday, January 16, 1964. Ills upJsm'llar! person
Anne Suber celled the meetingto Louise Brown s Home Webb's Best JUMBO
4 it order and Patricia Moffet itrstlon trainee from
i gave the demotion and led the we. trt the pest three
I flag salutes. Miss Crown has been /
Mrs. Clark told ua that ..hecouldn.t field work under the
of Mrs Shirley Clark PIESChocolate
be here for our February Msrorie Gregory.A ) !
meeting because she was
going to Tampa for the Get
partlla. She asked ue to ..IndftllOn.trMIoDi Miss Brown was
since ahe would Madison High School Banana, Coconut
1960 and II s
not be here to the
present pro
of Florida

I albs. Clark then gave a talk rerslty tanomlee with EduesUon.a major : : 89c 39e

.n on fibers- the various and-- material kind of weaving-, three be completed month training March: 4 Box

Brow will become the

Mason Music daunt Agent In Home Okalooaa
10 CU. FT.

COMPANY Anne adjourned the : i 9cll

AS LOW AS $175.00 With Trade 14 PIANOS E. Washington ORGANS Street st-the reporter Margaret end of the-Dean, ) & BEANS Can

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I The number of plants nunufaoturlng -
The National Outlook I ftcturtng petrochemicals la the
oonUnutng TO STUDY United States doubled between
THE CHATTABUUCHEE: : TRIBUNE jMp p jJpt 1953 and 1883, according to on
Published eaeb Thursday at IS S. Msdlsoo Street t: FactsThere.
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Br George Haiedora "On* thing thou lirkelb: fo were an estimated
A Job H. fairyESTABUSHED N.w.pa9 r thou
thy sell whatever
THE SHORTER WORK: I way petrochemical: actUUei I a > t
1001 hut and .Iva te the poor
WEEK IN DISGUISE lahesvrn. year compared to 255: In 185}.
thou shslt have treasure
Quincy, Florida
President Johnson In hi elo'alfDu ."
e..d -.. Pd M 0....,. er.d. State of the Union Messagecomes 1. Who spoke these words W* often wonder whether the
I out flatly against a reduction -
One v.*... IS.00 Two run >5 50 Km Montha tl tl .4 In the statutory workweek 2.3. Unto When whom art *they recorded things politician they believe say.r on -hU th*
and for the right rea in'JJ 4. Whit effect did they bive?
I J. 1. Hotchlnwm PuHtik sons. lie points out that I 35--
Doc Carmae ________ Adv ra..so red Nfwl hour week "would sharply In- Answers to Bible verse
cress costs, would Invite Infls .m*
Uon, would impair our abllltj By Dutch 1. Jffut
oRrcjq 2. One described only is
to compete and merely shire "
The function of the retail "there rime one runnlnf
p NATIONAL EDITOalAL/ c of creating employment store has undergone drastic 3. St Mark 10: 21.
r1 But he change sine World War U. 4. The questioner was "..eI."
A S C 11 proposes an alternative '"
toc tie : REIkSH 1d which, to the extent It had The nature of the change has having "great possession
o any Impact at all, would produce been described by advertising
> feu effect of the kind. executive Arthur Fatt:
The first Glass Bottom Boat t tI tI
This Is his recommendation for "Once retailors controlled. to operate on Florid'f Silver
a tripartite committee to determine their markets. Stores were buyer Springs dates tack to 1878, and I
Industry by Industry,, centered Todsy's store wn the prototype of the colorful
where an Increase In the ix>n- function, whether Us department modern fleet now In opera
The 60-Cent DollarThe s 1 ally rite for overtime could be store, chain store, or in- tion.
Imposed so AS to Increase Job dependent specialty store U
overtax.d American motorist scared a small openings without "unduly' 'rais primarily to satisfy demand. .
Log costs. Mr. Fatt Indicated that advertising -
gain the other day and that In itself U new of torn It Is difficult to see why this techniques had been

taport erne*. should not be regarded In the greatly affected by changing I I
Yielding to public criticism, the U. S. Bureau of Public lame category as the 3i-hour: marketing methods. If you're too far awayto
week In that It
merely shares
Increasingly, consumer are
Roads decided to change the wording on signs that instead of creating employment. sold on the idea of buying cer- just drop in. I
are placed at construction projects on the Interstate Highway There Is nothing in such a step tain brands or certain types of
which would incresie the total product through nstlonal advertising .
System. demand for man-hours of la- Consequently, today
Instead of Intimating 1 bor. In fact the resulting liss "the main retail function la to
In labor costs would tend to -told merchandise
for these convey pre
giving money reduce the aggregate of suchdemand. from the assembly line to the
signs erected from now on "
hands of the consumer, be
Taxes at Work and I The proviso that Increased said
overtime rates would not be The of all advertising
"Federal purpose
cost Is listed,
Imposed where they would un- ls to make sties, both for I
That' fine, as far as it duly raise labor costs I I. a recognition the msnufscturer and the re-
truthful, the bur.au should that they would inevItably taller."
have some effect In that The done LET YOURTELEPHONE
of Your Highway Taxes at direction pre-selling by manufacturers
Just what criteria
1* only a first step
The facts are that In the a tripartite committee would Final sales are made in a par
rent nationwide highway use In deciding how much of an Ucular tore at the result of
Increase would be undue la not I local advertising TAKE YOUTHEREI
collected $ especially
government clear. The Issue In particular
newspaper advertising Store
from highway users. But of industries would perforce become preference" Is a passing phsseof
was spent on roads. Th. ; a political football. It retailing The present-day
I would be another source of conflict
Into the general fund of between labor and management consumer brand may or a desire certain a particular kind of Pressed for time? Frustrated by distance? Your I

for non-road purposes. 'on the commute with the becoming third party in product, but does not go to a long distance telephone lets you visit anyone,
Thus, the highway user I special store looking for It.
effect the arbitrator. Bothment.ement Take the telephone rout
anywhere, anytime.
The sale
dollar he is likely to be made
of road for every and labor unions st the there faster and for less
store, which through local often. It gets you
Some $55 billion more : have consistently opposed government advertising, has Informedthe
els .
imposed arbitration, money than anything *
the time the consumer that a desired
way users by :
and President Johnson's proposal
scheduled to be completed seem to f.111n that cate product 1* available _

amount, only $35 billion gory. ON DEFENSE SUMS ""_
The fact Is that at this -
Fund. The other $20 billion : I juncture any increase particular of President Johnson Is asking se toseej'3iamM
and will be spent on projects : I labor coils, whether large or Congress missiles and to cut ship spending by on
mail, would have to be regarded -
than $1,000,000,000 and
to Increase

roads.The a* a negative factor in an
change In the assessment of our economic spending on plane by

our pride, but It's not doing Mroipect The reconciliation S3.000.000.000.This was nude known when Quincy Telephone Co
between the two objective ofncressed
the Defense
employment opportunities Department sent
Success Story at home and a stable Congress It authorization request
dollar abroad will be difficultat for_the. ..1963:-fiscal year.
best Every rise In Internal
Founder Frank C. labor cost will make it that
: ;
who, in twenty years of much more difficult. YOU
of One might object that an em-'
brought readership iloyer could avoid the Increase I
Its 127 charter subscribers In costa Involved In a sloe In THEPREMIERE
being missed nowadays ; 'the penalty rate of cutting down I

beat, but in the 50 states. 'I on overtime people.and But hiring clearly additional thisI

The announcement of : would Involve higher coats all

of a heart attack, which things consideredthan the employer's I

Issue of his weekly was : he present would arrangementaelse be doing it',
"He had finished his ;;; I OF THE ELEGANT NEW 1964 FRIGIDAffiE
his life work now.A 39-hour: work week wouldbe ,
completed long step In the wrong dl. i FAMILY OF HOME APPLIANCES
for conservatism. rection. But that Is not a very
How well he had don. ; good reason for proposing a i iIOmewh.t

comment of Barry : : same road.SMOKING.shorter step along the FRIDAY & SATURDAY. JAN. 31 FEB. 1,8 AM 8 PM
so long ago: "It Is no I

called a conservative and Federal AND CONGRESSThe I Refrigerators s> Food Freezers S Automatic Washer
report on smoking
credit for that"It
is also important is into not action likely on to rush bills deal Congress Automatic Dryers f> Electric Ranges f Room Air Condltbner

Hanighen inspired hundreds ing with clgarettea. The Fed.i I Mobile Dishwashers

tions both great and small oral branded report cigarettes issued a health recently hasard :

of Human Event in favor of and called for corrective action -
eminent local s.lf- I .
Four bills on cigarettes are Siewarl Young
Individual freedom. ; before the House Committee -
Thus, the work of many The oldest has been there almost .tI I
ing memorial to that of ; a year. Tb. newest, ..- i
molt a month yet

We Asked For It wondll"1: :

Miguel J. Mor.no, Jr., 4 ha

U on his way to Washington Mkt ..

try's new representative to 4 F
can States, and under MI

something about the :

Judging from Moreno's :

when he was Foreign
assertion of Panamanian UN :

that his country must

eider ourselves In the

one side and the OAS

The ridiculous and un r

find ourselves 1 II the .

amanian gangsters (
Canal Zone as established

of 1903. In granting to

sovereignty" with the big new V8 power

manian colors might fly

in the Zone President
big new
the practical abrogation of self-adjusting brakesCHEVY

book without the aid of .. :

Nor In the foe of the

the Canal to Panama. Is

Increasingly-heard 1

is not much good any

gracefully at least, behind

lag the Canal as was

The Indoor Cow ; I

Elsie the Cow was a .

New York World's Fair and ] I

she or more accurately I
be again. Th. Borden I

at the 1964.1965 New York

be built around the world's I
The Center 1* the .. U by Chevrolet -

trial section and the third

Fair larger even than You don't need' tie car to tt bit performam Notnor.Yeullquicklyswh brake mater this
of the United States ,wben! you cheek th.'s4 Chevy IiI.N ,.... SeU..ulMtillr, to power toll. Bigger, to cliaaipate
case save you Other
I There are two BW htxrn* performance vyvtimaj-t.ji w. awn feature tadIId. polcdet euy
Borden, as a prim ] J?tr5JJ! <*Tw to pick from.One ta Ckrrolfs strsppmr Bind muflW a I"MnIor and a fully .Iu"- ,

square foot building, will I l'WpTwb -ftr\8.TlMoUierto a saw chrornHr mme4 Chevy U ia smartly styled outside, comfortable lnaida. .
Elsie: enough acreage for 146-hp Turoo-Thnft Sil. n.. art aloe a1 models to choose 'rom.Aloe oI.IV-I '
Jf youV Jet a mountain to climb or a truck to aerworka to
Indoor cow. pas, these are the engines that can leave either 01&4 kb. etrtomme it J oat about any war r
And there to the sad behind mI ) And a whole toe of ilia to look forward
one *afely you. IB. fact, this DW Chety II tea At v.ey low cot,
Tat drtw
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realises that a cow can be THE<< MEAT mCHWAT PERFORMERS CWrt lt CVmtto t CWry U Cr .T. Con.tte

ly it II a glamor-cow S..tAmal,yow Gegrold Showraost 4:
bovine beauty contest _

beautifully mounted In the i

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rather W*than remember to **1L sadly But a I MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

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WOMEN'S PAGE Church Episcopal Notes / _; "',. I IWrT

from SI Piul'i
Persons having Items of octal nature are urged to call

have Just thrown together In
jamjuuuuuuuuxxxrooooocjuxxwxxxjuc regard to the forthcoming observance -
of Lent. You can supply -
and Col. Dexter Lowery and I your own title; I didn't have
11rr. Sam lilgdon and Douglass time to writ on*. I am just
crocks about to leave for Jacksonvilleto
A tl, li I 1 'lit, Weat winners were Herbert escape the recrimination of
Swisher and Mr. W. W. those who recognize this ai ;
:lrm. first, Mr*. J. A. Stiles abominable poetry. The only
and Mrs. Lou Branch, second trouble I II that I hall have to
David Cheshire and Bobble com back, but maybe It will all _
:tolnoff, third and Mr*. W. P. have blown over by then.
Neal and Mrt. W. H. Challis, Aren't you weary of being
fourth. the person you are?
There were ten tables of Wouldn't you rather be en-
players at this gam at tho Garden other by far?
Center. How about making it your y
Intent In Lent
To ask by Easter where that } : .
Tea Given For
other guy went. : : .
To be a new person, resurrected "
Mrs. Bordelon In truth \ .
Restored In the spirit to Ingenuous ..' >
H- I' ,,
Mrs. Luther Woodbery Mia youth } "
Emma Hancock and Miss Lola Becoming like Christ In all f'l
Carter entertained with a de- of your ways, :
lightful tea at the Jefferson So you may join Him at the '
House Saturday afternoon from end of your days. r '
3 to 5 o'clock In honor of Mrs. Her li the way the disciple .
t'As h sr P. L. Bordelon who la moving goes:
t ;d hack to Louisiana to make her First for the body from the
home after having Uved In head to the toes
E Quincy for several year. Fast and abstinence I la the
lIII I"'i: .. .
Guest were greeted by Mist rules ----
Hancock and presented to the DOSSJENKINSThe With personal privation adding Kittrell-Johansen
J h honoree by Miss Carter, JewelsTo
# The refreshment table was betrothal of Miss Jo Ann Doss, daughter of Mrs. your crown. For the goodof Mr. and Mrs. Ferral G. Kittrell, Quincy, announce the

covered by a handsome hand William Denver Doss and the late Mr. Doss, to Paul Max the mind engagement of their daughter, Ida Susan, to Wayne

crocheted cloth and centered by Jenkins, Jr., son of Mr. Paul Max Jenkins, Sr., Albany, As spiritual find. literature ai you Robert Johansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley Johansen -

u' t an and arrangement camellias. Mrs.of pink Woodbery glad Louisiana and Mrs. Mack Anthony Kramer Ponchatoula, For can the health of the soul Tallahassee. Miss Kittrell Is a graduate of Quincy

poured coffee and tea from the Louisiana, Is announced by her mother. The bride-elect time with our LordIn High School and attended Florida State University. She
t. illver service on one end of the graduated from Quincy High School attended Florida church, In quiet, and so to is presently employed by the Florida State Industrial

sf6 table. Trays of cake squares Southern College In Lakeland and Florida State Univer- record aren't Commission. Mr. Johansen Is graduate of Boca Ciege
U and ,
r --..--_ "h 0/'__' ',."..,F, Iced, compotes In pink with of pink a floral nuts design sity, Tallahassee, majoring In fashion Illustration and What but ought H* to be you High School in St. Petersburg and served with the United

Miss Margaret Lawson CurryDr. on the table, werealso advertising design. Miss Doss Is employed by the State By the exercise of s genuine States Army in Europe. He is presently a senior at

Mrs. S. D. Snowden kept the Treasurer's Office. Mr. Jenkins graduated from Hammond Lenten piety. Florida State University, majoring in Industrial management *
and Mrs. John Mettauer Griffin of Quincy announce guest book, which was on a table High School Hammond, Louisiana, and served In the and Is a member of Kappa Sigma Social fro

the engagement of their daughter. Margaret Lawson, to highlighted by a white epergne United States Paratroopers for three years. He Is now a HD Council Has ternity. Mr. Johansen is employed by Leon Abstract
of camellias In thadet
Walter Alexander Johnson son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney arranged In a topiary of pink tree field representative for Philip Morris Inc. The wedding Company, Inc., of Tallahassee. The wedding Is planned

Alexander Johnson of Gretna. Miss Curry, a graduate of ahape. will be April 11 at 5:00: p.m. In Centenary Methodist January MeetingThe May 1 at the home of the bride-elect's father.

Quincy High School, graduated from Wesleyan CollegeIn Greenery was at other focal Church, Quincy. No Invitations are being sent locally.All .

1962 with a bachelor of fine arts. Mr. Johnson, also a points. Hostesses presented the friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invited Home Demonstration Tuesday Study Club Mrs. Ned HinsonIs
graduate of Quincy High School, received his degree In honoree a sliver pill box at Council met Wednesday Jan 22,
attend the and
to wedding reception Immediately
Meets With
memento of this delightful/ oc at the Farm Bureau Building Mrs. Shaw Bridge HostessMrs.
civil from tho University of.florida and Is
casion. following In Fellowship HalL with Mr. Frank Whittle preal-
presently employed by the Hoi!Ida State Road Depart. dent presiding. Mrs. R. K. Shaw was hostess Ned Hinson entertained -

menu The wedding will be an event of March 20 at the Fine Club waa hostess end 17 to the Tuesday Study Club at her Tuesday afternoon bridge
Party Honors Miss Betts Is Bride-elect Is
home of the bride. i members were present. her home In Tallahassee this club at her home, Seasonal flow.
Mlsi Eunice Grady, State, week. Following refreshments, ere and greenery were at Inter-
Bride-elect Here Shower HonoreeMrs. Shower Honoree to thegrot.p '
Horn Economist, spoke est points.
tor of public health nurses, a short business session was
Exec. Board Of nounced that the would get.n-I on "Th Purposes and held. Mr Tod Bell a guest, won
educational chairman for Mist Mary Louise Bettt, bride Harry Hutchinson Mri Mrt Maxwell Glenn and Functions of a Home Demonstration high score and was awarded s
Cancer Society town In the unit. She also told, elect was the Inspiration for t Denny Hutchlnson and Mrt. W. Mn. Walter Smith entertained Council." Mr*. Shaw lave the book re double deck of card*.
Mn O. F. Shepard, State 1st view.
of the work being don with delightful Informal party when with a shower In honor of
Holds the cancer patients In the county Mrs. Buford Williams entertained W. McPherson entertained with Miss Mary Louis Bettt at the Vice-President, spoke on the Tuesday of last week Mri. W. Card of Thanks
MeetingA and that there I I. an appalling last night In her honor. Pink t miscellaneous shower In hon 'home of the former Tuesday State Council Constitution and E. Woodward entertained the
number who have the disease. roses and camellia were at Interest or of Mitt Mary Louise Bettt, Camellias and gladioli were effectively By-Laws. club at her home In Tallahassee W* wish to take this meant of
Dutch Treat Luncheon Mn. J. W. Lamb of Chatta-I point, In the living and bride elect of January SI. The arranged In the living Various chairmen announced and Mr. Fred L. May gave attempting to express our sincere .
meeting was held by the executive honchee reported on the work dining rooms, party was at the home of Mrs. and dining rooms. been meetings which have already the book review.Duplicate thanks and appreciation
'In that town I The hostess gave the bride Several bridal contests were publicized. to
board of the Gadsdcn our many friends and relatives
lI.rrlIu.eblnaon, which was attractively After delicious covered dish
elect chin In her
played with Mri. Smith
County Unit of the American Mn. Nellson announced that tern as t memento of this party decorated with camellias in charge. luncheon Mrs. O. F. Shepard Club Meets for their many kind and
Cancer Society at the Jefferson February 4 was the date set for which was enjoyed by relatives and gladioli, Saturday showed some slides of the National With Mrs. Faulk thoughtful deed and act of
House Wednesday at 11.30. the 1004 Area Crusade Luncheon and a few close friend night. Punch, cookies, dips and nuts Convention In Little kindness during the recent Illness \
The president Mrs J. II Black meeting at the Chlpola Hotel Fruit hot the refreshmenttable were served.Among Rock, Ark.Wright The and de'ath of our beloved
cup cheese bla- Centering Tuesday .
Marianne the 28 guest were the morning duplicate .
burn of Havana presided open.Ing husband and father, James Albert
culta and miniature cakes which covered by a bridge
decorated was club
mothers of the engaged couple, met at the
with prayer. The minutes In bridal design wen whit linen cutwork cloth was Mrs. Crosbys HostsAt home of 1IIrl. Henry Faulk Smith. Your expressions
Belts and Mn. this
were read by the Mn. of sympathy visits and
secretary, your
served. of camellia 'week. Winners
a silver epergne
Duplicate Bridge Vernon Blount.Shower. Club MeetMr. were, Mrs Jack
Orin McPherson Bridge floral
remembrance mad his
The mother of the betrothed Silver trays of dainty sandwiches Richardson and Mrl' San
Hugo Tharpn Crusade Chairman couple, Mn. Buster Belt and cresents, peanut butter logs don' first, Mr.- Fred passing easier and our burden
Winners NamedWinners L.
for 1904 outlined hit and Mrs. Wright Crosby May lighter. We will
plans Mrs. Vernon Blount were among and cherry wink were also on Given and Mr*. George W. never forget
for this crusade, "Tell Your the guests.Friday. he table. The honoree't slater, entertained the Couple Bridge second and Mr. Fisher Munroe them. May God' richest blessings -
Neighbor" at the Friday night Mri. Sandra Harris, served For Miss Club Saturday night Greeneryand lIame and Mrs WUindwl'che .- be bestowed upon each of
Mri Nellson of Betts fruit were at focal points. Weinberg Is
Tallahassee duplicate bridge gems were punch from the bowl which was 11' third. you our earnest prayer.
District Director offered tome North and Smith, Mri. Mary LuncheonFor Mn. Robert L. Vickers won The family of
on one end of the table, encircled .
suggestions and laid that she Lent Burton and Mri. Geneva at the baa by camellias. Mri. Luther Bowen and Mrt high score among the women ---id, cookies* dips, banana nut James A, Smith
had brought sheet for Mrs. Albert Sangarce first, Mrt. Pauline Mrs. Fellows Several bridal garnet wen enJoyed Kenneth Shepard entertained and was awarded a deck of Colas were coffe and Coca i ,
Kohnke, service chairman, Coifglni and Dr. Claud Flory and priies awarded. with miscellaneous shower cards. Sylvester Woodward held 'Key aerved.er Miss Josephine Steele of
to In the Monday 7.30 o'clock men' high and received a flash awarded for Dunedin the
use bandage room second a tie for third and The honoree was presented a night at In prllt'll. spent weekend with
Mn. Audrey Hancock, direc_fourth, !'!!:!._ Douglass Brooks Mn. Edward II. Fletcher entertained shower of beautiful and useful honor of Mist Mary Louise llcht friends here. ,
..................--.-.-.-..-....-.-........i.i ii..1i i i i..ii ., with a luncheon Fri gift*. ,Betts at the home of Mrt. Bow- Preceding the name a dessert I' ------ -----
day at her home In GreensboroIn en. Potted plant, camellias and was aerved. Coffee and Coca-
: honor of her mother, Mn Among the S3 guest were I Cola I
glade were used In the party wen served during the
;::1(George A. Fellows. Camellias I the mother of the engaged rooms. evening. I KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc.
MERRILL'STHEY'RE and seasonal greenery from the couple, Mri. Busier Belt and Several bridal garnet were ,
1 .: hottets' garden were effectively Mrs. Vernon Blount.Saturday enjoyed and prizes awarded the CHARLES KINARD, Owner
:: arranged In the
living room. winners.
;::1[Pal pink gladioli: and magnolia Coffee The bride elect was presented READY MIX Remodeling Additions
;': flora were In low arrangements shower of useful and pretty NEW CONSTRUCTIONGarages
HERE I In the dining room where glftt.
tea food dishes and salad were For Mrs. Deane Cake nuts, mint and coffee CONCRETECONCRETE Carports Porches

i served buffet. were served. e Roofing Siding Cabinets
COME BY AND SEE Guests were Mr. W W. Mar Mr*. Fount May Jr. enter- Among the guest were the
Florida Rooms
soy, Mri. L. L. Willie and Mn. tained with a Coffee Saturday mothers of the couple, Mrs. Buster e Enclosures
Amos Davis, Quincy; Mn. Ben afternoon from four until six Bettt and Mri. Vernon : "No Job Too Large or Too Small"
NELLY DON'SNEW I Rant, Mn. Charles Dorl.nd, Blount
o'clock In honor of Mn. T. I.
Mrs Bruce ROM 51 loam Dean of Safety Harbor, who Havana Highway Phone 627-8495

SPRING COTTONS I Springs, Arkansas, who Ire .- spent the weekend as guest of Mrs. Smith HostessAt i
ten' of the honoree, Mrs. R. D. Woodward, Jr. Camellias ,'
I Mri. Fellows has returned to In various color and Bridge Club Meet BLOCKI
her home In Greensboro where
greenery were In the entrance I
she will spend several months. Mrs. Thomas Smith was hottest
a ARNEL'S and TRAVEL SUITS i and living room. I
to her Wednesday afternoon NOW
The dining table, which was
Mr. and Mn Willie! Powellof bridge club this week.
JUST TRY ONEI! Thnmasvlll visited Mr. and covered by a cutwork linen Camellias and potted plant
i Oakland
cloth, was centered by an arrangement Concrete
: Mrs Van Godwin during the were at Interest point In the

0.....!! !!!,.! !!'!!.!..!!.!!!..!!!!!!.!,......o!!.'.!.!'!!!!!-weekend. camellias. _from of whit the sliver and service pink- attractive Winner home.of high and bingo Products CompanyAllen AVAILABLE Jg ,

on one end coffee and tea received novelties Bottck end
were poured by Mrs Don May, At conclusion of the John Thomson
Mr MrsW. game A RECORD Only
Fount May, Sr. and hostess
D. Bell during the appointed served the 12 playen th'l Phoa MAle MOM
e attractive party plat with
1 hours. Silver trays of cookie fee. QUALITY $1.00

II *, crackers and compote of ----- -- ---.-- _. I
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III dips, nut end mints were also VOLUME H Each
on the table.
I r Many friends called to greet DIXIE LOAN COMPANYMONEY

the honoree, a former Quincy
resident for many year during WHEN YOU NEED ITI from your

served which at pastor time of Rev.the Dean First $25 to $600.00 On Signature, Furniture.Car .

Presbyterian Church. or Real Estate
1 Mist Josephine Steele of Dunedin UP SANITONEDRY
During FEBRUARY Only r formerly of Quincy war
rate x'113 tn out of town guest DIXIE LOAN COMPANY

Ant sbs Ioeeutlfvn, brnnJ w 1r 1re 122 W. Jefferson! St. Qulncy Phone 627.7474
$ .
...101. ewe bssssell..d III ,>t Winners At Saturday
...114.I "Ite.. .. hol,1HMo ..'* a HO 71 i hLNng : Games AnnouncedOverall I'
thlll hr tsar w o..n.....""'. KonZ Let me build you a completed home. No
vERY STYLE SEDUCED 25% ; 3 winner tn the Saturday money down. F.H.\. Financing available FEEL SURE YOU WILL ENJOY

OraUr NOW Fr ",h.r'. Da,. .and Saw garnet, afternoon duplicate bridge and evening played In rural areas or city. Payments as low as

r at the Garden Center were $49.93 a month. Including! deep well end THIS LP. SANITONE-S

Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs.and Herbert Mr. and Swisher Mr, pump when required. F.H.A. Inspected and

W, W Stem, Albany; Mn. W. Approved. For further Information call "RECORD OF QUALITY"
P. Neal and Mr*. Don Contlnnl
and Mrs. Lou Branch and Dr. CLAUDE EHLERS at 627-7816
Wesley Hatter and Mrs. Eileen Volume II
\g1 !f! Wright and Blucher Blair and
Cheshln.Hobble Slnlnoff and David GA. FLAB BUILDING CORP.

sa.Case .
Eight team played. Four tat 1100 West Jefferson Street QuincySHAW'S 12 All-Tim Hit RecordsCOME
a Isaee.t a emit 10s a hiss t team enjoyed.both aesaion <

tw t:: NOW $1046 ::,...r.:= now$ 5 96 ':ir:"''::: Now $L" [ate BY FOR YOURS TODAYI(

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The Rev John By..t..r.:1)1\
and Mra. W. M Roblnaoa. Jr, 4
Iw0MEN's den Bottlck, Albert Dixon Mr' i
PAGE and Mil. Kenneth FacGowaa !
and Edwin, Embry left Tuesday
to attend the Annual Councilof
the Epii opal Diocese which
Persons having henna ot tocla nature art urged to call was held Wedneec'ay and Thurtdiyof /l
Mr* May S. Richardson at MAiD 74503 i.rp i. this I week. Alga. Jack Me-
Mullen and Mrt Clayton Han- _
ney are also attending, repre-
1 r renting the Women ol the
Church Mrt. Bottlck accompanied
HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS "* 'r.f' them and la visiting with
'....-. her eon in law and daughter,
I iue K.v. and Mrt. Robert R.

t 4' !Mr and Mrt. Raymon Lanlle
.7 Marjerle 1. Gregory were in Tallahassee Friday,
night to attend the flab fry
Rene Dememtntioa Agent which was given in honor of ':,' ,
AMERICAN: HOMEMAKER: : Sen. Scott Kelly, who U I candidate
INFLUENCES PRODUCERS: for Governor. "'t$ ;\
Women today, account for 80 Mr*. Raymond Boyd and her w...
per cent of all the buying power mother, Mra D. D. Edwards, .
In thl country.It vittted relative In .\jwicuaQ m '
It by exercUlng their rights *. during the weekend W '.,
u consumer that American r Among the relatives here to
have brought to many labor attend the funeral of Mr. R. L.
savers and convenience Item into CheM were Mr and Tits
the .tAlrtl. Coniumer iceeptenc Wallace Terry Mr and Mra
11" or rejection of Bill Chestier Mr and Mrs. Jack
an lum determine It* fatl. if h y Cheaper Mr and Mr*. George
the consumer doetn buy the Bullock, Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Bullock f1
product, the manufacturer em't and Mr. and Mrt MikeJackaon Jr /
afford to Offer It for aale Valparlw, Fla, and It
The American homemaker la many nieces and nephew from
often iccuicd of having nwill Tallahassee and Havana '
ed "Impulae buying' habits Among relative here fur the '
Manufacturer attempt, and often funeral of Mr. R. 1. Cheuer 't :
succeed, In persuading the Monday were, Mr and Mra Ern-
homemaker In her choices of NfcMiu eat Bates Mr. and Mrt. Louis
product*. The homemaker must Cheuer, Mr. and Mrt. John
b* alert to stay ahead of the retailers Donna Lynn Smith Croff Mr. WUbur Chnter and
who are competing for Mr and Mrs John U Chewer Mitt Patricia Montlne Brock
ynion her hopping dollar. Technology Mrt. Evelyn Smith of Greentboro announce the engagement of Red Level All.
Mr. and Mrt. W D. Brock of Quincy announce the en I
advanced it such t rapid approaching marriage of her daughter C It Shaw, Jr. was a bua-
rate that the consumer nay not Donna Lynn. to Perry Maxwell White, ton of Mr. and moos visitor In Atlanta UU gagtment of their daughter Patricia Montine, (II a Robert
S She be well enough Informed tom.k. Mrs. Clifton White el Greentboro The will bean week. David Halt. ton of I Mri. Treva Halre and the late Mr.IT' .
an intelligent choice.BeeuH _......... ., ., wedding '
,_ ,
trial "u 'IIW event of February 7 at 8 o'clock In the evening at the J. T Halre of Atlapulaut Georgia. Mite Brock It a
,ege should of this, the homemaker Mitt Barbara Jean Jensen home of Mrt. Jettle Brlnton. grandmother of the bride. Bridge Club Meets graduate of Quincy High! School and later attended theLively
attempt to bew.n Technical School of Tallahassee, where the *
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With Mrs.
!led informed about Hinson
the prod- Mr. and Mri. Jensen of the i
at ucU the wants to buy. It'. Lyle Quincy announce engagement : Adkln and family While there a eourte In Cotmetology. She U now employed
practically Impoaitble to of their daughter, Barbara Jean to R nn1.Alexand.r Lunchroom she attended the O.ln.y Girl Mr*. John C. Hlnton was hotleit at the Magic Mirror Salon In Quincy. Mr. Hair. U a
igefra- get Bninaon. ten of Mr. and Mra L. B. Bruneon. Scout Council where. her diulht- to her Tuesday aftersoocbridge of School and U
High a
graduate Attapulgut presently
MenusFebruary er, Mr, Adklni liutalleda club this week at h.rl
olio of Quincy. Mia Jensen It a graduate of f QUincy wa
raft vice.president home. Seasonal flower" and, senior at the Georgia Institute of Technology where he
nod Floor Covering High School and attended Lively Technical School where 3 February T Charles Owen Jr. and John greenery were it focal point plant to graduate In June with a Bachelor I Degree In
she completed a court in beauty culture and It presently Monday February S- Shaw Curry spent the weekend Winner of high score was civil engineering The wedding will takr place March 1
laetedlng fcrralee employed at the) Magic Mirror Beauty Lounge) In Spaghetti<< with Meal, Sauce with their parents, returning awarded- a double- deck-. -of-carda.Gadeden -. at 2:30: pro. In the Tint Free Will Baptltt Church of
Inlaid Uaolenm. rubber Quincy. Mr Brunaon 1* a gradual of Quincy High Cheese Slices to Abraham Baldwin College Quincy A reception will follow In the church. All
School and finished hit freshman at Norman College Cabbage and Carrot Salad Sunday evening County
rtarl osrkCounter year English PeaaEnriched Mrs. Eileen Wright and friend and relative of the bride and groom-elect are Invited
and it currently a sophomore at Florida State Un- Bread Tom of Port St. Joe spent eon the Insurance Center .
tin. Top ivernty The wedding will take place April 19 at 3:30 at Apple Sauce weekend here I 1121 West Jefferson I
the Thomas Memorial Baptist Church Quincy. A reception Cobbler Mr. and Mrs Don Chatter
>dge I will follow In the church parlor. All Wend and relative Milk and ion Terry of Atlanta arrived
Work Meat & Cold SforareCuitom
low of the couple are Invited to attend. Tuesday February 4- here Saturday due to the PAT THOMAS Quincy
ter- I Barbecue Pork on Bunt sudden death of hit father, Mr.
Whole Kernel Corn R. U Cheuer INSURANCE, INC.
wonder AU Types your mone,'* worth unless you exchange or refund. Sliced Tomatoes Mr*. T I. Deane ol Safety t Meat Curing
:know something about food Contrary to wide opinion the Peach Cobbler Harbor has returned home fol and .
Expert Installation fiber, fabric and hardware American homemaker I I. reluctant Bun lowing a visit here with Mr. Storage, Cutting I
I to complain But since her ButterMilk and Mr*. R. D. Woodward Jr Wrapping Service
In our competitive world purchases do Influence the nan- Mr*. Edward If. Fletcher, her o I
product are sometimes Introduced ufaciure of items, the IRlnuf.cturer Wednesday, February 5- mother Mr*. George A. Fellows for Your Horn Freezer
icfiln. SH EFER.BITCH I too soon and there maybe appreciates hearing the Fried Chicken and aunt, Mrs. Ben Cant of
complaint rather than havingthe Rice and Slloam Cured Bacon Cured Ham
faults In the Item about Gravy Springs, Ark, left )Ie. .
'Ion ".fNr,Jbta "' '"'''' I which the manufacturer was sales reduced. His primary Green Bean terday for DeLtnd where they Country Sausage I,
One Means
elt- rCVMr I'1L00i04 not aware in hla ruin to market concern U to satisfy the con Spiced BeataPineapple are vlwUng 'In. Fletcher Stop
and I the item. These product should iumer In order to obtain and Pudding daughter, Susanne. who la t Complete Service "QUALITY MEATS IN QUANTITY LOTS FOR LESS" at
of be taken, back to the lore for keep euttomen Roll student tt Stetson
111- -- --- --- A large nationwide drygood ButterMilk Mr. and Mra. Don May will DIAL 627.7151 QUINCY MEAT & COLD STORAGEW.
ved company feel that just six letters leave today for Jickionvllle to I
A.1- COULD of complaint from Mattered Thursday, February 4- visit their *An* Don and Fred QUINCY Washington Si. Phone 627-8411 Qutney
Beef Vegetable Soup t* Chill who attend
trail are enough to justify Bolle Academy
mamd YOU AFFORD the removal of a product from Peanut Butter Sandwiches I.c---: .. ---- "
the market until the problem Pimento, Cheese Sandwich
hla to .. has been solved If the product Cake Square
i-nt I.n.t right, take It beck to Milk
let the tore and be sure your complaint Friday, February 7bchool [
of regtater Choke $ OUR BIGGEST SALE

I In We mind hope that that these you menu will keep are

Chance are your home end the furnishing in it have subject to change for the fob
Increased in value since you purchased them! 'lowing reasons

ofth HAS YOUR INSURANCE PROTECTION are 1. dillvned Government which commodities were not THE QUALITY SHOP'S FINAL CLEARANCE ON ALL FALL

! INCREASED ACCORDINGLY? In the county when the menu

for up-to-date coverageon were 2. made Community food habit
your insurable property are conaldered
I. Rise In the COlt of a food
SEE OR CALL "' r'i Item.

Ir;: 4. perionnel.Availability\ of equipmentand No Refunds! All Sales Final! No Exchanges!

JJt- No menus are given for Fti-
day because of claaa panning:

wwIUNCE "N"epa.ale.sums_- dogs and Friday, school hamburgers menu preferencei I ta or usually flah. Th.hot I SALE STARTS FRIDAY 9 A. M.

._ .,.1PARMER'S Mrs. Sam flout I
II(TROOP took 117 duet MEETSWe and had roll Hostess At Canasta I

i I call Ma went to the Prelbyt -
< INC service, and we taw come to her Canasta Club Friday at
lima I her home Camelllaa and other
Lee Hunt Scribe colorful flower were at interest I
Troop 107 point.
Henry W. Farmer Mr. Dew Smith won high ,
TROOP 1H IN MEETING core and Mr*. ralfv -|
i Our troop has moved from the lain, low Both cot-
: Episcopal Church to the Woman tame jewelry I'
'a Club for our m etln'l. We At eonclualon of three pre DRESS SALE
WELDINGMACHINE' are knitting squares to be sewed 1.1011I the hostess served u
together to make Blanket for attractive party plate.
the poor people
i: Michele Massey,
fccrtbe 194 Famous Name Dressesl Sues S to 15 12 to 20 Also Half-Sites. Dresses Mad. by

WORK TROOP its p.. .JonciUEdwird Famous Manufacturers In The Latest Styles and Colors! Her I. The Way You Buy

I Troop 148 met Monday at tie These Dresses You Buy the First Dress at the Regular Price and You Get the Second
I We Presbyterian were served rtfreihinent Church Kent Fletcher Jr,1 I Dress for $1.001 These Dreues Are Priced From $7.35 to $17.911
from Patrol 2. who attend LaGrange College/ ,,
GENERAL REPAIR We taw three film oa Girt Grange. Ca hat returned le ALSO SPECIAL PURCHASE OF 100 NEW COTTON DRESSES
resume his ttudle titer vialt-
,Scouting After the Troop film we 107 divided Joined Into ua. lag hit parent, Mr sad Mr*.I INCLUDED IN THIS SALE I ILADIES'
Coward H Fletcher and
I patrol and collected due. grind-
mother. Mrs. George A. Fel-
meeting ended wllli
BEHIND I "Day !lawn la Creenabore.Mr r
and Mr*. Floyd A Baiaelt I LADIES'
I I Jean tcrlbe Munroe left by plane Friday for Mon:, SHOES LADIES'COATS
I treal. Canada to attend t National I

I Troop 111 met Washington where
it the First Preabyteriaa Church will spend twe week before they In High and Medium Heels.In Lon also Orion Sweaters Coats In The Newest Styles

JEFFERSON STREET: ,en efflcert Thursday.it ear We meeting.elected new The returning Scott Smith home and C. Ward l..w.l the Newest Styles and in Coat SlyUr also and Colors Sell regularly

president It Sally Rlchtrdao. students at Presbyterian CoIoI Pull Over- Sell Regularly

PHONE 6274476 ,vice ereaident it ices it Jeen Bates Perch.aeeretary lag ege,Scott Cliatoo.pereou S. C. are Mr. Maw.call end I Colon Values to $7.911 Up To $6.851 up to $39.951!

treasurer II Carte Bltner. After M.... Andrew Bmalth.Mrs. '
'our meeting Mr. *. Perch helped Pelham ulUvti Sac returned To Got Out At .$3.94LADIES' To Clot* Out At $3.97LADIES' I To Close Out At $19.87
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I from Jetkaotrrtlle when
the visited her ton la law and ,: -
'daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Jack,

TO THEPREMIERE ua to KiaLLewtea Alice May, I'' GLOVESDrees LADIES' HOSE "
Scrtb i'I DUSTERSOne Glcree! In Block,
-l- First Quality Seemless How
Rack of Ladles Dusters While and Assorted Colors .

BULLDOZER I la Quilted, Crduroy In Mesh or Plain Sells
In Long also Short Lengths I
J JI OF THE ELEGANT NEW 1964 FRICIDAIRE WORK > also Cotton Sells Regularly for 89el
regularly up to $7451 Ml regularly l up to J1.8SI! /

FAMILY OF HOME APPLIANCES r I I To Close Out At .$3.99 To COM Out At 1.00 Monday Friday. Saturday Only at _& 03gouflLIT 00- II!


BeMferotort feed frtieen Automate Weaken LAND i
> Automatic Drpn Bertie Honaee l.etM0t AIr Coadnoo t .Jto:

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Opportunity For North duced. This results in ron ld- had any experience growing I tural Extension Agent baaed on A the StAle of North CaroUna I Quincy Courthouse, S p.n Post,
F rarmetiFlorida erabl shipping cost to livestock these hybrids or who It thinking oil teita, he aaya. which furnishes supplies for the Feb. 4;S-iO Chattahoochre. Feb 3.
.frldl produceri and a loaN of of changing hybrids, Dr. The seed should be planter THE new product, call the flaking Office I.m.

Produces Income Firmer to Florida In the farmeri.north and several Horner of suggests the recommended that he plant hybrids -dote enough together to Insure process "a great new ilgalfleant hope for HIRED TO EAT STEAKS j
the tweet potato aa a
western sections of Florida can side by aide In narrow from 6,000 to 8,000 mature FARM
eropo"Vet State
Only Fraction Of produce good corn yields If strips across his field. Dr. plants per acre on sandy IOUS I money Wooster and Ohio volunteer- have researcher. -
adequate attention la given' to Horner explain that one or two and from 8,000 to 10,000 plants- FRONTBY choice ,
the selection of a good hybrid of the varietlea may be better on heavier IOU. Plants mutt I Officer To been eating roasts
Needed Corn fertilzitlon, spacing of theplanta lulled to a farm'a particulartype be about 20 inches apart In 38- I steaks and chops for 19 yean to
and control of weeds," of loll and that this will Inch rowi for 8.000 plants per '' DOYLE CONNER Visit Gadsden i determine what makes meat
3f By Mel Sharpe the agronomist stresses allow the farmer to evaluate the acre and It inches apart for ___-C OMMISSIONER I I IVeler.nl :taste The and research smell the It way to find It does.out
under his condition If
.f bushels of field There are several high ) hybrids 10,000 plinta. This may not AGRICULTURE of Gadsden County what kind of meat the housewife ,
;4liillons Ing hybrid available to 'Ield-I this sort of test li attempted, It sound close, Dr. Horner atatr FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF .
In obtaining want and then the
Into Floridaetch will be reliable If the who need assistance producer
tffn are shipped which exhibit more but most planting In the northcentral I
en .
the GI Bill 1 must market her needs.The
yew for livestock feed planting are repeated In different Florida area have not benefit I
and weevil
stalk-strength re- Report circulating In the from Jim project la financed In part
receive guidance I IWe.nt
due to an Insufficient local lists field and If special attention been this close. When planting may
These Homer
ilatance. Dr.
Agricultural la paid to obtaining uniform food Industry Indicate there other areas It li expected it: Assistant State Service I by federal grants.
>ply an Experiment be
ti seed should placed a littleclolel'
la Coker 67, Coker 811, Dixie will be a storm of protest from widespread increases ---
of can provide ,Officer I
SUtloni agronomist re- stands the hybrids
18, Florida 200, Greenwood 18 than 16 to 24 inches at
that If the "auitere"Federal
d11s. source new II much u 100 per Weant will visit this area next'I You don't need an Idea to fill
p and Greenwood 471, AU have 'Hybrid seed ihould germination la not always perfect
budget force the U. S.
In livestock
cent number of
:Dr. E. 8. Homer says that yellow kernels except Coker be purchased from a and birds, Insect and wind Department of Agriculture to the week for the purpose of helping'up a paragraph, M this clearly
alw'Y.1 which of
w\ly a friction of the field 811, which It while. each year," the frequently destroy a portion of drop some of ',le research to Increase cm susUin.one acre pasture veterans or their dependent In demonstrates.
corn...needed In Florida_li_pro. For_the. farmer who has. not! phaslzei., "Seed from a the young planta. food distribution effi filing claims for Compensation
----- - Benefits or solving their Insurance -
crop of hybrid corn It no longer
hybrid," he explains, "and will THE SOVIET NOTE ciency. I not that the sweet potato problems. This free service 70t
I produce Inferior, low yielding Other report indicate that, if about to go "instant." includes assistance to employers
WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTION plants" The Soviet Union delivered along besides research the Federal Produce Newt report that of veteran under the 005Ctale666
not to the United States Extension Service la expected Vocational ,
Using good seed li only the sweet potato flakes, "the first GI Bill Training
-. AND SUPPLY, INCORPORATED first step In producing a good and apparently every other to Buffer some. budget trimming.I truly Instant sweet potato prod- Subsistence or other problem
corn however, Dr. Horner country proposing the renunciation will be surprised any radical uct ever marketed," now are During his visit. In this area
i "Home of Quality Building Material crop of fore In all territorial curtailment of either USDA
statea. A good hybrid responds available. at retail stores In the I Weant may be contacted at the
Plywood Pin. Paneling remarkably to adequate fertilization dUputea. research or Extension occuri. Greater Philadelphia area. following places at the time
The Stat Department said It la being pointed out In Washington Official of both USDA and and the date specified.
and close spacing of the _.. _
Insulation Paints & Varnishes that both are politically
its Information was that all
i plant In general, it ii It profitable -
Roofing Sheet Rock to use at least 300 to 400 countries, Communist and nonCommunist touchy and Congress may bilk
had received the at any recommended cuts.
Door Units PIne Framing [pounds per acre of a 5-10-li or Soviet proposal. All of the various steps In the

_. Ceiling Tile Aluminum A.wnlng Window I 4.12.12 planting,analysis followed fertilizer by a tide-at The United Slate has traditionally chain from the of actlvltlea farm to the to get consumer's food-
dressing of from 40 to 00 been of all such
: PLUS MANY OTHER BUILDING NEEDS AT I pounds of nitrogen per acre. proposal. Washington baa maintained segment kitchen of the comprise total a agrl-busl-healthy
I This amount of nitrogen |II'I that It could not renounce WOO Jd
WILLIAMS nell economy, and agrl-builneia,
equivalent to 290 to 400 pounds the use of fore In Europe In
like It li Florida, U the na
)130 W. Franklin St Quincy Phone 627-7607 'I of sodium nitrate Farmers. at long aa there existed a tion' biggest business.
ihould follow the recommendation danger of aggreialon against Any research that tends to
of their County Axrlcul- West Berlin.
help prevent food cost from
riling II likely to win support
from urban legislator Their

gress Influence today.la It dominant also' la likely in Con to GENERALe ELECTRIC

win support of legislators from
I DOLLARDAYS I farm areas who would be op-
posed to rlalng food costs that
would tend to reduce furtherthe

sumer'farmer's food dollar.share of the con- This New Eer-f lo* Washer is !big!i onfeatu-r

I'm not a smoker, but I'm Inclined -
King; Bird l No. 1 Pal No. 10 to think the recent reportby
Pink JL Cons Cooking the U. S. Surgeon Generalon ..
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the health hazard of amok-
I I Ing 1* not likely to have a lasting

SALMON $1.00 OIL $1.00Canned consumption The effect Industry In reducing boomed In clgaret 1963 r WASH AND I 2 WASH

and U. S. Clgaret consumptionhit
--- a new high of 509 BILLION. SPEEDS! J CYCLES!
Overset consumption by the LcSP1N
Armed Force boosted the totalto / l _,

I IF A B 4 Large $1.001 eral'Previous 523 report BILLION.of to clgareta, the the Surgeon strongest as a health Gen Indictment '

Box -- -
Royal hazard College wn that of of Physicians the British In TWELVE

March, 1962. Following a short ,..seseser-
lived drop of 8 per cent, clgaret 2 POUND
Cream sale in Britain started climbIng s. .
Scott County again and In 18 months wen
CornMayfield 8 303 $1.00 1 right back to the pre-report CAPACITY
Pork & Beans 10 Cans Cans el.
Government and other restrictions
on clgaret advertising
Allen Oakh111 are In effect in Great Britain ------"

Spaghetti Peaches 4 2 $* ** ,Finland lome other, Denmark countries.and probably In- PLUS::

Italy, the government tobacco ..1
Two Wash Temperatures
monopoly in 1955 banned all
Flat $1 00 advertising of domestic clgaret Powerful Spray Rinse *
Hunt's brands. In 1962: the ban was Big Spiral Activator *. Safety
Sardines extended to foreign brand sold Lid Switch Porcelain Tub
Catsup 6140.00 there.
According USDA, there has xand_Basket /
been "no drop at all in Italianclgaret .

QUALITY MEATS AT LOW LOW PRICES \ I think some new however trends, we'll related be seeing to G-E HI-SPEED DRYER

the tobacco-and-health reaction: Big 12 Pound
First Cuts ((1) a big iipiurm.to jprojrajn* .. ..... Washer. Model WA' 802' Clothes Capacity *
remedies I and what not designed : J eS Hlti.Spssd Drying
I to persaude, help or scare System Thru Heat A
I smokers into "kicking' 'the clg Variable I
PORK sX100Frosty aret habit, and 12) some early and I low 19880Ssl.ction Control *
CHOPS 3lbs. action shift by into tobacco new manufacturersto and "safer1 e $ Switch l--
smokes. Dryer M-'-' M 6 f ,

In fact, one of the leading in price: With Trade
clgaret makers already set to $139.95 I
Morn Apalachlcola market a new filter clgaret
brand, with a label atatlng the

fRANKS 31k$1.00 OYSTERS Pint 89c for report nicotine It* product lay and the tar company less content.tar In claim Trade the

I smoke than published. test re--
mlta for any other brand cur-
rently selling In the U. S.
render BeetLIVER Lean Meaty NeckBONES
To the
average home owner,'
grass In the yard means a per-
iodic workout with the lawnmower t

I 3 $1.00 Sibs. $1 .OO dairy. But farmer to ,the the cattlemanand ,rail In

his pasture may ipell the difference -
between profit and loss
Economy SlicedBACON Farmers throughout the U. S
are being advised to look Into GENERALfI ELECTRIC
profit possibilities In a new forage
crop I aorghum-audan-

3 Wt $1.00GARDEN grass dexcellent with unusually for pasture high,yieldan hay, ---
hay I age, green chop and allag ..
The new hybrid produce aremarkably t
high tonnage of high t
protein forage, can be grazed
about a month after planting.
grows up again for use in about REFRIGERATORFREEZER
three weeks As green chop It
ia reported to produce 20 to 30
Green HeadCABBAGE ton to the acre per ..__.
First benefit from use of the
new forage are expected to develop AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING I.JLIII .h
BISCUITS In our Southern states. -1 troth .... feels -4 ....... MdIM
5cU. ,But because It_can be grown. ...inUL r a .... .Is ike WI se..d.y a ......
S. No. 1 Yellow Ib I
ONIONS 10 041.00 II a foods e>eief to teach e a e
.1 easier to sat
I.ut Ieetelaea felt I thatst19tor a MctioMf... f reeier tar
Sweet Breaded Pci .stores Vs.tallest Ice creev
POTATOES lb. 8c SHRIMP Pk9L$1.00 M V(' =""" r r / .'s es I TWO I fondle eld 1/3-MnMI IIG Hllest VECtTAlU bH eecls f MMS


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rnment by Injunction Suppose the Army for 2U' year
A .... JAIl Pill WRITE ITCHED I YOUTH ASKS Civil Rights Bill a butlneiuman has beencharged J. M. FergusonDies His body was flown to Pen-
will dltcrlmlnitlonind I I -I tarola, where h* laid In stat
,.:/' Questions And let me say, parenthetically.' In Houston at Waters and Haliburt Funeral
rot a Failh and a Cba l.nq. nobody seems Inclined to define Home Hh* wit honored with I
.", I Good Example and Good E*. Answers Given I what li diacrimlnatlon certainly' Jew M Buttr FerftiaonM military funeral at 10 o'clock
"". lanatlona Known limit he bill doeent define It. Anyway of Houston, Texas, petard,I Tue-iday morning The body wa
I aDd Conalaioney And I If a bualneaaman hat been ,.laid to relit at fort Barranca
.; \' Heard C "..atterfleld.ait away Wednesday January 32 In
T B by
' t'' :;;-' President USI..UI of the charged with dtacrlmlnallon and a Houston hospital after a abortIllneta I Military Cemetery In Pensacol.
\ REGULAR 'hI, businessman either cannot
i BY Dorothy B. Alexander, American Bar A *orliUon lie WM" married to the former
i 01 SANDWICH or will not comply with the Attorney Miss Leeale l Mae Moor and I*
Publiciiloni Speciallat.Florid Q: You speak of the Civil General' orders, the Attorney Mr. Ferguson wan born In
Dlvlalon of 'Rights bill M being "revohi- General under the I Brent, Alabama but spent a survived by hU widow and
Child Training Schools tionary"; lint that I IIttl.llI'6nl' vlltona of \.hI. bill Title II, pro-Sec large portion of hit life In three MM Jesse, Jr.. 11, Ricky,
9, Stanley, 6, and one daughter,
Quincy, where he attended
Tlmmle (name flcUtk>u of 1041 t, would have the power totake chnol He was the lIOn of the Lynn, S Other survivor In.
A Not In my opinion. Thiebill the bundle owner before I elude two brothers, Robert CPerRiinon .
rourae I It-year-old youngster late Mr*. Martha Ann Ferguson -
lent to training school because would give the Attorney a Federal Judge and there have of of Houston, Texas ..ndWIIII.m
General the sort of power he him enjoined Then, If the man
.A....w..wwr... wtuble (at h* said he "got snmetraffic thl hlmtttlf hat Mid would Inject could not, without destroying hit A veteran of World War II, and A two Ferguson titter, Mlat of Quln-Slnnle -
1110 Nlebrw.It. tickets' gave m* Federal executive authority Inareat business, comply with, the injunction Mr Ferguson uw action at cv .
a.eau.. _.:.... :::: 2 n J Lb. 39C off-hand up to abort his commitment return of when,,'hatI.d 10 which are not Itt le- off to jail he might Pearl Harbor, Central Pacific, Ferdmon. formerly of of Cullman Qulncy Ala.barns and
him trial and fora (iiiadalrinil'. New ,
.. .... 'Ia 11111 Loaves he visited my office the tint tlmate concern It give go, without a Jury OoruliNorthern Mrs A W. Davidson of Qulncy -
VAI.t Rat ,. .d. broad discretion to act In mat- period up to 4} days | Solomon., and the .
Alexnder and a number of niece .ndDt'ph.wa.
day 1 no thief Mr -
.111.. .. ..... .... m tern of great political and social Then chat' Philippine liberation rampalm .
/.... .u'll .. ahlwe. I wouldn't want you to Q: |I, .
r II
was six
.... ..... ... think I stole anything h* said concernQ dltretlon' A: Once the man got Out
What areas' What battle alan for service In thoeeengagements
..... .. Ia.ww ta..wl. I knew his statement was an then the Attorney General Rt'SNTS MICIIIVES
.. PLAID oversimplification of his of- could repeat the action, do It
aTAMPa ...I A Well, a number com tomind. In Korea his outfit The Central Intelligence
tenses and was sure there was over and over again Jail without was in
The first I think of I.the the Inchon invasion Northern Agency says the Kremlin want
.rota flouting of authority and trial by Jury. Th.t" revoutlonary -
probably risk of life and limb power the bill gives him to don't you think Korea and the Chinese Intervention to buy large amount of Western .
Before the end of our eonY'tl'... act at attorney for Individual, It of Interest and he was awardedtwo rhemlrtl machinery onlong
QV: hat elM primary -
without the Individual themselves -
T 1t1Vt1'Money i lion Tlmml admitted thla. ? other battle Mart to ahnw -term rrrdlt to at not to
bringing ault For Instance for hit service In Korea WhileIn hamper Soviet production.
i "Which do you really think under the provision oCIhla A: Another facet of the revolutionary Northern Korea he wan According o.r l\ a analysis,
II worse."' I asked him. ".. It bill the United State Attorney power contained In trapped for 18 days II* joinedthe the soviet economy hat run Into
"Super-Right" Quality worse for I boy, who hit h.d General could Inject this bill has to do with what marines and they fought nth deep trouble tha Premier
Saving no advantages of background, himself Into a dispute concern- we law yen call judge ahnppln their way to the tea at llamnug Khrushchev ran achieve his
to steal something, a boy who log the astlgnment of pupils In ." or "forum ahopplng" the With hit eight battle atari Mr chemical industry expansion
hat had few of the material a schoolQ right to shop around until you Ferguson waa awarded the goals only by paring; other pro.
thing you take for granted, or, I And yet, you uv, h* want get a court to your liking. broiu. star for valor purple grtmi or through long terra
for you, with an adoring family this power" Even though hehas I Q: You mean the Attorney heart for wounds In action; In credits from the West,
BEEF SA"If and everything In a material expressed doubt as to the General, under this bill, would, Korea; good rondirt medal. '
way you could wish wisdom of his having It? hive that right pre-Pearl Harbor ribbon; A VITAMIN AND
even an automobile of your A That la right But h* ex- A: Indeed I do; Title I givenhint lallp and 1'lI<'lrlo campaign rib-
own to Ignore the authority premed this doubt, you should that right Moreover, If he txma, Philippine liberation rib- HEALTH FOOD SERVICE
oC the law and risk your own I recall, some months ago, when thought would help hla cauoeh ,I hen American theatre ribbon Ipeckl DM and
you like meat. with s rich and robust flavor and If you don" IIIlnd saving extra nd the lives of other'" The similar power were offered In could say whether he wanted Korea service ribbon and the: health Fends
money either Ibla II the tale for )'oul! Just look what )'011',. getting: r.mou.-Ior.ood. first requirement of rehabllltaon a prevljui draft, before th* the can heard by one Federal Japanese oirupaUon ribbon.
n. "Super-RIhl" Quality Beet a variety of your favorite euta from "aln-l.d Western i I I. being able to see oneself pending bill was written Doapite judge or by a panel: of three Mint Audrey Reive Owner
steer beef .u guaranteed wv give you the utmost 10 eDJom..nl or your money back and oiwa offense clearly that, he It trying to getthe Federal ludgei And If the regulir Mr Ferguson retired aa a 1101 W. King St. fh. M7.741I
The beef Item of your choler will b* cut and wrapped for your fraeter at 110 additional cotU It would have been unfortunate I prevent bill pawed Actually Judge of t certain dlitrlct mailer sergeant after serving In
for him to start his training this la the finest sort of example didn't ault him power la givenIn
'Super-Eight" Heavy Western Boneless with a feeling of superiority of how the severity of the bill for three Judge to
over those whose offense had this bill his grown What was he chosen from other districts TIMBER.
Beef ((140 to 165 Lb. Avg.) Chuck I'been different than hi*. too strong yesterday la accept- by the presiding Judge of the .
Roast lb.65c"SuperRight" "Our whol town U Indignant able todsv Even! ao, rlvll-rlghti circuit
I Hind Quarter Ib. 59cSuperRight" hat a boy from t good ChrisI propagandists fly In the far of Q: What about the dc.'endanti Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely
! I lan horn waa mad 'an example this fart They try to sell theireaent would they be given the rl.hllo Contact Us Before You Selll
of and sent to the 'Indu bill moderate
Boneless ai a or shop
Heavy Western rial school," the parent said watered down" version of the A: Indeed not only the Attortiey WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICESI

((25 to 30 Lb. Avg.) Clod Roast lb. 75c i on their first visit. During Tim- earlier bill. That simply Is not General: it I. that on*.
Florida Forest Products Inc.
mica training many efforts were the case. It li worse than the tided
Whole Beef Rib lb. 59c I mad by them to "get Tlmmle earlier bill, aa this example ,
''Ollt" u It was expremed. Of proVel. CALL KEN STOUTAMIRE 2230669or
"'sper-RightFull Cut"Super.Rlqht" course these effort failed and Q: You spoke of other newpowers Fjnntlona are valuable but
Western I Tlmmle was greatly helped by clvllliatlon teaches arlf-control write
Heavy Round Steak lb 87c his training A: Ye*. But, first let me BOX 305. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
((45 to 65 Lb. Avg.) I Tlmmy was happy from the finish with this one. Not only I A speech written but not delivered
flral. He kept the rules entered could the Attorney General Inert does no hirm
Whole Beef Loin lb. 69c "Super-Rlght" Sirloin I wholeheartedly! Into the himself unasked, In lI'hlMIIIroom 01
and made "Ace," the
I program disputes but he could
Roast lb. 87c highest and most coveted rank. dually become the attorney I
'Super-Right" Western ((275 to Tip I About month before he went for Individual plalnllWi. By YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITEDTO
home he came to vtilt 'Guess hat, I mean hi. office could
325 Lb. Avg.) ,whit' he tald "Aunt Joanna become a regular lawyer of.fit THEPREMIERE
ute ,"sve Jill a car on her sixteenth for Individual who think -
Side of Beef Ib. 49c'SuperRight" b dSiek lb. 87c"SuperRight" lrthday Look out Ocala and rightly or wrongly their civil .'
I the Glrli' School I Jill's on her rights have been Invaded Such
way." people would hive to do nothing
Western I "You think then that a car more than claim their rights
((150 to 175 Lb. Avg.) can have a demoralltlng effecton have been Invaded and If the

Fore Quarter lb. 39c Sirloin Steak lb. 87c till a sixteen sixteen year-old1"by the die way was IYei'm Attorney with( them General, h* could ivmpalhlied become OF THE ELEGANT NEW 1964 FRIGIDAIRE

i" I know IU.n." he answered heir attorney I am ippailngf '
gravely Till II, the public accom-l[ FAMILY OF HOME APPLIANCES
"Super-Right" Beef "Super-Right" : When he said "Goodby he modal Ion i section of the Act
I asked, with Title IV the
a sheepish grin education wctlnn

Chuck Roast lb. 45c T-Bone Steak lb. 87cl' i for'Guess me?what" I knew ls waiting before at h home* an- of public the facility art and section Till III Worse, the FRIDAY & SATURDAY JAN. 31. FEB. 1, 8 AM 8 PM

wered hit own queatlon, "A than thai. h* could supply whatever
,car," he answered lawyer they needed do Relrlqtrator Food Frir Automatic Washes:
Her was a boy who had denvonstratetl .II their staff work, pay all
1'1'"Super.Rloht" I from the tint momenton their court coat, and all the Automatic Dryers > Electric Ranq. Room Air Conditioner
Campus that he felt more rest at no exprnM to them
: secure with bound, that he Rut the bill carries no such I Mobil Dishwashers
throve on consistent llmlti He ree-fur-all provlsloni for d*>
Whole .... I took would
------------------------ the fullest advantage of endanu Defendant
Lb. : :aaaII1.U"i ;, : he program attaining the rank still hiv to pay their own way,
((80 to 100 Avg.) .
1 of Ace a rank gained by not I rail that revolutionary. Certainly
Beef Chuck lb. 45c'SuperRight" = PLAID "! many more than I percent of'the nothing this broad hat Sf Cll/a rl !lyonn
50&ba Mudenta Unfortunately"! ever been approved by I Committee yDUzlnon
iii STAMPS TjlM i however much he had learned before I
Whole I from his experience, his parent Q: Any other new pnweriT I
; WHk thla coupon and purchaae ef M I had. learned little 2.::..There la_ one_ I call gov-: .
((85[ to 100 Lb. Avg.) !M BelUe of I0- Pan Reliever "j: When the After-Care Bill, ,.._ ___ __
---- - ---- n
Beef Round lb. 65c |= Bufferln 89e I'I.Msaed Implemented by the last with legislature the funds

I IiL Coupon .004 thru ,., t |: ,Ito carry It out an rter-care
i counselor will work with the
l- = '- .-..4. family while the child It In the
training achool The family will

.; : Y V :HVHr: fiiVi 1L ] i then.With/Uht hive tn Into after-care their help own In program getting mistake In.In ,,; ,,4lay? ti n s ,pOryest +"?x Ms19tt4

.Afttrd PLAID 75;: effect I doubt very seriously It u .
would hive been ,
a car
|in|| &0 STAMPS !HiJH i ,of when his he own returned walling home for Tlmmle And ,' """ '"V.w-twaul(

Red Delicious rimmle would have ...
; Wllb. thl eoupo and purcbaae ef tt:; continuedo t. rr n.r rs
I grow and mature under consistent
JJJ Family 6lM Tub. Croat: I bounda and limit aiom

A P P L E 5 :.. Tooth Paste 83c: ..!; be could. it ao he well had do demonstrated '

=!.I.I.I. Coupon rood thru Feb. t. II! i
t' ti' Commenting on ;ability of
t mn: -:- -. petroleum p'pellne' I t* go virtually s
anywhere, Oil Fact notes
that a single .,atm in Pennsylvania .
2 25c f iiiiiiiiUi ",,_. men riven.
Ibs. l lone canal 449 strtsmt, 6M:
&ba roads 65 railroad tricks and
i SO I the Allegheny Mounlalni.:
Fresh CrispCarroots STAMPS '-'

2 Lb. 19c f 1t'ltII Ulia toupea 'Dd ptlrehuo 01 '! i

Ba g eat ,",. of 10- .... I ,

Idaho RussettPotatoes !I :\ Cold Capsules 79cja :

U-I. c..... ,... Ulna r.1I. !. j

'Z 59c i. :_____..__.___ ______________j 'f'W."."'air. tM'I _,

I SWll! 30-1&/

MEXICAN Special Jan. Parker Freshly Baked I Fence PostsPwtaTrealed r !jr

Brown Beans SALEI Cherry Pie m : 45(C \I on-p ;... u.o we _TaD....

I thpt
e.ebata .
Blackeye Peas Special! Jan. Parker Gold or Marble I -.,..-
.. ..-

Kidney Beans Pound Cake ILb..90z.49c I stops (the wlrtworm threat to young tobacco

Spaghetti Special I Ann Page Pure BlackberryNortherTfieans *T..>4 ."., plant, nw thtr reo... ... M .Wnek-Mt ..... f4 ..a6 .......1It

I .w.,....c.., out ynwnff tabttn poor the *ilua eiDtttinon Ir'-. ""'- .....,alter ape&caw-i, \>
Pressrves 2 t: 59cYOUR Iiit ......b-. intertlcid 'toe ...e* COMmI.A "m"'>| kjtmB Iran .
CHOICE .,It...... angle iffl >bon of Dtuilwt tutt .*) tna/mm VTW to pees .*+ b
OR MATCH( SP61011 Ann Page Prepared c." II.... 44. made b MIX ::::,-- Out Mrewonnt. they don I gee I cKsoceto 1........ ,...s.hey -1M be

Spaghetti 3 .gar 49cCans .teed on Fonts M bore mlo MnoWema. You un taunt an feunnt to Mp pee
I Contra effeclhfw n euMantiang. -
tmf tfwrve and peso niM *rn.(li Mdorwt
69 it t You'll MM the snail. In M/nrg young tntrcal ..,1, peelod ...... wWwr rw
6 Special! Allsw.etMargarine KampUnts. end I wear wwlofm' Utni.VOM un be --..- And law tut
CeMreI.___..._..t w she laud en Dujiraw to do Se a* nMyMhoul
tint expend. en Daiwa lr.asreteb ha/w4 to kumM and antm -
t 2c n 49c wtv. yoln <* fmtm prnh/.s.-.wm/ **. iihnui K/ Mt to ... r,...
Ann'Pitchup 37c Posts are M ... swewoemr .hue develop+d ,..,... A>a your .,.,.".. In* ... Wumwa
I _. eo ens of IIw sod asectKtdee vied ImmuUiMvi* m4 I end ia/t We
It Oi. c.. An*..r. Special! Campbell's 1 Lb. your BIG an Itw B* t Hard...... mtiimoimt mMy waves vMhoulJ es-Miss 1matG.igy "'''_
Corned Bee! 49c M cantroi stilt DwmonTK "-"' ,
Beans 4 5 Oz 69c I Buy it Woedlt problem W __... nwntonr Apksase4 tieeek.ltjD.vslonnGogy /

tv* Om. P,f- Freea Cans CMiOnwM to .pored ""II .... bnpoen.eybeea (N>rwwd c...."......,, fs+ Mo"
Condensed ere... W" It witt cinp up the mere lost Aed.lev hew rat.
;tMt1I1te 10eM Special! Campbell's t; Post & Lumber ___UII1 M .......... 4o why 10.. atywr.

Ft Jell- It .... Soup 7 101,2 0L 79c ,I Preserving__.. Co. ] anMr-.on, .rntOt plan Dustnnn.am ,e.0p dep.e.tddo egy

Freezer Wrap Me cam TeL 1274071"JllBS 0-. ywy nweeeel.d

ton tax enxct sop eawot d.Mee.elww
...dr..r see haP ( AfftUalklat 04 !
.ften tun sop*/ Owman J le 4 seats .
Plll niMPS I nrrcHcacantMmDSTOKt shoed ut "*mpl.nMn > ........ tees. --;--;- I
Prices In this cd are good I Grasser. Sowing 0.1Ct; *r....... soot any
-' a d.d gftnular ___. O. apohOujJiAon / Diazinon

4 : thru Sat Feb. I.f ; H.._ ...... Miner Daises AG JUO

1 1 4 p



: JAN. 30. 31 &
i FEB 1.



F L 0 U R SELF PLAIN-RISING or,.,.: ,)vz',:,:::' Packag Pound 39c SUGAR

s Lb. 59 e
1 Pound Tin 4ge

PINK SALMON .y :.., Can Ton 4ge CORN 2 Cani 303 29c


RICE 2Lb.Pka... 35c



KLEENEX 3 Pkgt.olJOO. 4 ge KRAFT CHEESE SLICES 120s.Pk** 39e



CHEER Each 79c CAMAY SOAP 3 For 31c .. CRISPY, RED
ZEST SOAP 2 r- 29c IVORY Each 63c
DASHGIANT Each 79c MR. CLEAN ** 69c Appln
& SPAN Ecrth 93c 14th 85c

:, i '-of, FROZEN CREAM MORTON'S 2 IbS 2 9 c


3 14 PlM O* $100 RANANASFLORIDA lb. lOc



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Bittir Build ttiduaHilru e

SOVB wn11..Bro ooell end OwUar. .Tout a....Sauce.-MoU.! "upi C .:; 'r 4 Cca 29c
Voriabl l clod with Sour Cr* m DrtMlng-Mdlg Ivttar IrewiiCHEOOAR lb. :
w$ ..RdIs,* CHRIlIAUCI I ,.
In a nuctpon over-kW-t;,;"'lt 3 tbip. TobltRltt Butttr blend In
3 tbip. lOA flour and cook about I mlnuf Gradually odd 2 cvpt of 1.1
milk,stirring cone ontly until thkkn. Mrnov* from W and Mir In BONELESS NEW YORK LEAN MEATYBACKRONE
I 2 evpi grattd dwddar cfw M-untd mM and knooth.Add 1 tip.pr- t'
to pored Iolfl.YOUNa mmtord. '!54 tip.WorcMtonMr MUM.Add lOll;ptppw,At""' CLUB STEAKPound

LEGSPound 98c 3 Ibs. 69cWALL'S

TENDER _.._--
BEEF LIVER lb. 39c "A'
lb. 33c
Pound 49c 1 131 west Jefferson Street

SLICED BACON 49c Pound 29c II Coal SUPER W. kto7to MARKET IIrMt


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la now clerk of the circuit court! sa" r" Smith Outer Observer late President
; Peggy Kennedy's do- be headed for Mother crlal
and a well known alter dinner. Wilton; Mu.lcl.nM.ry meatio program received full of Labor W.
Secretary WlllirdWlrti
Bits And speaker. Francis recently suffered
tha Massey; Choir Mar-I backing. I
a aevere heart attack, but Temple Rude; Mother .4 the Federal Govern.
i according to Mr. Johnson, I It on Mr*. Lovle Coburn. The Advisory MORE ON RAIL DISPUTE ment I I. again stepping In to try
Pieces the road to recovery. Board was then Installed. to medial the depute, nearly
The honored guests Included' After the six-month coolingoff five year old. If the Issue
I While down slate we spent one friends and relatives IIf.he period and forced settlement 1 not February 25.
Msasr ren. ISrr.
BY HUTCH night with my later, Mrs J. S. Rainbow Girls and members of of two issues, the railroadwork ii n strike could
Peterson, who lives In Volusla I ;fy' Jw. DeMolay. rule dispute I ._ _teem_ _to_begin .
M.ew -- ----- --- -
The boyi In the back shop County at Osteen. Got to seethe Refreshments were served
sabotaged mt last week. Ran latest of her two grandchildren following the Installation
Bits and Pieces on the woman's a little girl. The other I HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED
page wI.hout.he usual heading one .U a boy, five year old. 'TAX CUT FIRST
Took m. two days to find It. CARS
And I hid at least two complaint The completion of the Sunshine .,+., I In his State of the Union USED PARTS for all makes
about not publishing the Turnpike from Miami all !message President Johnson keyed
thing. Maybe that'i the reason the way up to Wlldwood has Ms 1964 program to tax reduction of Cars and Trucks
I haven't heard from Manning really cut travel time to the I and cvlll right, with
Taylor concerning bit I Included lower East Coast of Florida a .the tax rut In priority position 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
about his fishing trip to the The speed limit U 70 miles The President asked for. WE BUY JUNKED CARS
Sawano Club. per hour and there 1* not a ,broadened aid for the?' poor and 1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7.7115
single stop light or place la ,elderly In the country, and the, _
which you have to slow down.
I also referred to a trip to Of *
West Palm Beach which I made course you have to pay atoll --- .. .
which amounts to SUO from "
last week. Went to a big banquet Frederick L. Rewat Jr.
West Palm Beach to Wildwood.
at The Towers one of the I certainly think it .U worth It Walter /M. Smith Jr. JUSTARRIVED
swankiest joint I've ever been Quincy Native .
In. All that you could aee In though. 'I Navy Ensign Walter M. Smith ....-nll :ll-.Y-: ;tI I II
the lobby of that place were Promoted By AF Jr.. son of Mr and N.... Walter I
movie acton and other big snot* Talking about street light M. Smith Sr. of Greensboro Miss Cindy tot
I heard one of the hotel officials and roads reminds me. I see has reported for duty aboard I I
trying to locate the own they have erected an el.bor.lel Promotion of former SecondLleul.n.nt the amphibious assault carrier Cindy Cox Is
er of a ladles' purse that some seta of lights on Jefferson Frederick L. RowanJr. USS Valley Forge operating out
careless female had abandoned.lie Street near Wlnn-Dixle. This ., Quincy native, to first lieutenant of Long Beach Calif.
said It was loaded. Good la being done by the State war announced January New Rainbow from
thing I wasnt In the habit of Road Department and before 22 by the Air Force at Grlfflt Stringer.The 1
walking around with a ladles' long all the light on Jefferson AFB, N. Y.Lieutenant. Worthy Advisor 6
Sycamore Club was well '
purse. Street will be changed. Rowan 1* the son I TEXAS
represented al the Council
Sat with a Republican candidate One thing that I think ahould of Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Rowanof meeting, January 22, at the Miss Cindy Cox Is the newlyinstalled ,
for governor, too. ties be changed .U the method of Qulncy. He Is assigned as Farm Bureau Building. Worthy Advlnor of
from Orange County and goes parking on North Madison administrative officer of the Mrs. Louie llosey, Wtihtngton Assembly No. 70,
by the name of "Ken Folks. Street In the block from the Status Analysis Section of theComptroller's reporter Order of the Rainbow for Girls
Also at the table with me and corner of Washington to Frank Office of Rome She la the daughter of Mr. and
Edna were Chester Blakemorewho tin I despise parallel perking Air Development Center at Mrs James W. Cox of Rt 2, /
la with the Florida Department !because I have never mastered Griff Us Air Force Base, Rome, CARD OF THANKSWe Quincy. 2 YEARS OLDDISEASE
of the an) but I believe that should N.Y.Rome I thanks The
Agriculture, Stan Air wish to express our Installing officers wereas
late, of the 1 be done there before we have a Development Center follows
Secretary of States and appreciation for the flowers : Installing Officers
RADC la of thekey
office, and Earnest Johnson,! bad wreck. There Just Isn'tenough electronic research and development food cards, calls and other MM Fred Ktbllka; Marshall-
supervisor of registration down room to safely pass agencies of the Air kindnesses shown to us at the Kay Adams; Recorder- Uelor- 19
In Citrus County. His office Is when these long, sleek Jobs are Force Systems Command. death of our loved one n Perry l'h.pl.lnloin.. Ruby a' RESISTANTREGULARS
in Inverness and he and Fr.n.ttl parked on both tide and you'remeeting Rowan graduated from the The family of Bradley; MusiciansMrs.. Lena
"Cowboy" Williams are close another car or e big Citadel at Charleston, S. C. Mn. Louise Downs Leslie Rhoades; Mother Advisor Mrs
friends. Many will remember with a Bachelor of Science degree -I i Uovle Cobum.
Frances. He was raised here I You ahould have seen old In Business AdmlnUtxalion RELUCTANT TO RETIRE During the Installation, Mrs
local schools lieSKATING country me at a cocktail partyIn In June 1882 I Sam Solomon, Sr, presentedCindy HYBRIDS
the main ballroom of.he He entered military serviceIn London Mrs. Mary Dob- with a bouquet of pink
Palm Beach Biltmore one night July that year and was subsequently bins, 99, la closing down her carnations.
last week. Strutting around assigned to RADC. blacksmith shop not becauseshe Other officers Installed were
SKIING1NOWBAIIIN with e glass of Ice and Coke.I The Lieutenant served successfully wants to retire but becauseher : Worthy Associate Advisor $2.80 Each 75c Each
didn't give a hoot for cocktails with RADC a* administrative foreman Is rellrlng I'hyllli Spears; ChArll,. Pam
bark In myoid slnnln' officer In the Of. Bill Foreman, her lop mania Cogllns; Hope Kay BaiMll;
days let alone now. When I fire of Information, In Plan & 80-years-old( and has been! r.UhConn Bowman. ; Recorder
was silly enough to take a drinkI Operation. In the Staff Secretariat working for Mr*. Bobbie since Brenda \.tel; Treasureri .I 3 For $$8.00 6 For $$4.00
sure didn't want It all messed Office and finally In 1911. Angella Brooks, Chaplain
up with a lot of other things the Comptroller' Office Status Mrs. Bobble said she hated to -- Mary Jean Mynard; Drill
Looks like grown folks could Analysis Section. see the "lad" go but at her age,I leaderhua Morgan, Love-
o Kodak camera get together and lalk and have Lieutenant Rowan la marriedto she did not want to train another Anne Suber; ReligionSharon
captures all the fun a good time sometime, without the former France EllubethScry I youngster for the job. I Wall; Nature- France Bowman .I QUINCY FEED MILLS INC.
having to have a cocktail party of Jacksonville. ; Immortality Carol Johnson I
Guns those big hotel would They reside at 701 N. GeorgeSt. I ; Fidelity Oene Carroll; ,
go broke if they didn't cater to ., Rome N. Y. There are people In the world Patriotism, Dianne Adams; QUINCY DIAL MAin
Free spenders though. Everybody who hate to pay anybody for trvlre.rla" llamrlck, Confidential I 7-6267 FLORIDA
anything Observer June
for his kicks."Uncle
own -- --- -- ._
--- ---- --
Rites Held For
eck" Fletcher of the
I... Sawdust community had his
Mesa Belts 71
b annual chltterllng supper at the ,
Fire Station Tuesday night \41
q Some people turn up their liMo Mn. Frank Belts Tl, of Bainbridge .
ea at the very thought of the Ga, passed away Monday -
dish, but I know some bankers January 27 at the Memorial
BROWNIEurnaSiwv doctors, quite a few politicians, Hospital In Balnbrtdge after a
past and present post office officials short tllneuMn Report to people who
Movie Camera and quit a few businessmen Belts was born In Facevtlle are
and farmer Including J. Ga, and was a member
I Fun-filled way> to enjoy Love) who enjoyed the delicacy of the Franklin Baptist ChurchIn
served with sweet potatoes Balnbrldge She served u
personal home movies! cracklln bread souse and church clerk for IS years.

[New ',ownia Fun Saver Movieeo"e black coffee, topped with tome Funeral services were eon-
delicious cake Don't know what ducted at 3 o'clock yesterday
irakei It
easy kind It but It real afternoon" from the Franklin
was war good
eipenrfv to take bright will treawrelCamera sharpmantes Oh, yes, and Chief Earl Levyof Baptist Church with the Rev. going to buy a
your family the Tallahassee Fire Depart Luther Hastey and the Rev. B.
li precision-nrod. by .
ment was here too. "Blj John" Frank Cochran officiating Interment
Kodak to give yean of dependable Vause served the feast was In the Franklin
..,";ca. Comet complete Cemetery with the Ivejr Funeral
with a roll ef K da Movie Film and e fun filled book something else I wanted to tell daysFORD
el movie-moling Idtat.Uetswbfsrk. both of my faithful readen Survivors Include three sons,
Ive been playing golf for 35 Burkell Betta, Quincy, Charles in the next 60
.! yean and never been hit by a Betts, Portland Ore. and Lyn
golf ball but twice. That Is until Betts Balnbrdlfe, Ca.i, one
$9.98 Saturday afternoon at the daughter Mrs. Hugh White
Palm Beach Country Club. That Bainbridge; five sisters Mra
guy on the eleventh tee didn'tsee Archie Whljhum Chatuhoo- I ft At.
me until after he hit the Ghee, Mrs. R. E. MoCranle and
CROUCH'SREXALL ball. I didn't see him either, aa Mra. W. C Asklna, Tampa, ),f....
I had my back turned. Of James Monrrlef, gtarke, and
DRUGS course he yelled "Fore!" I bent Mra. Sybil Betts Quincy; 10 I

Quincy Florida over didn't In get a ball hit real In the quick"fore", butI I grandchild.grandchildren and one great I WINS MOTOR mEND "CAR OF TIlE YEAR" AWARDMotor

can assure you. I Active pallbearers were Dur-
L wood Terrell, Toby Prince.
Grady White, Varoer Layton, Trend magazine/ coveted "Car of Motor Trrnd'g editor '

AFTER INVENTORY SALENO. Poltlvent Cleveland Blocker and Eddie the Year" award was won thla year not by dwbnd. ,

just one car, but by the whole Ford line- The fuR story of Y

1 CHAIN LINK FENCE Sycamore HD Ford, Fairlane, Falcon and Thunderbird. how the Motor Trend

Singled out for special tribute wu }'ord', editor analyzed and "'

INSTALLED Club In MeetingThe unique concept of total performanfe blendof evaluated the cancan "
power and acceleration, handling balanceand be found In the j'y
Sycamore Home Demon- ,<
stration Club met at the home cornering ability, atrong braking, and February Issue of .
of Mrs. N. F. Whittle on Tuesday tireless durability-II proved in competitive Motor Trwd. And
r led Mrs Marjorie Gregory BRING YOU A BETTER CAR victoria from court to cotut the full meaning L, on... '
gave a good program oa FoodFor Motor Trend't citation aim saluted the total performance at.1': --
Fitness Our
were appointed aa group follows leaden: MOlt automotive engineer will tell you that part Ford'racing program JIM played in the can be found at your Ford Dealer'1 Stop In

Mrs.Food, Reginald Nutrition aV McPheraon Health- the track U one of their molt valued toting development of total performance, "millet, and tent-driv a 64 Ford, Falrlane, Falconor

/BITTEN GUARANTEEGates Clo.hlnMr.. Homer Smith; ... endurance run and raring cannot be Thunderbird. See for yourself why Ford

and Terminals Extra :I 4-H Home- Industries Mra. Otalmoa Mrs.Allay C 4; For example,track competition led directly duplicated by any other' form of toting," earned the title "Car of the Year".

I Whittle and Mn.n7 A. Catlln. to the following change in the Fairlane 289 .

NO DOWN PAYMENT Home Grounds Gardening V-8 engine: better block, Improved piston,
Mra. Louie
I-Furnlahlng. Mra.Hooey Reginald; Home Me- improved valve train, stronger connectingrod WINNING rom SCORED IN 1963 NASCAI-SANCTIONED COMPETITION

No Puerto; Recreation and Family and bolt .
low Monthly Payment Payment for 45 Days *
a Iw
Ufe- Mrs. Charles Johnson Iw as set sea M w as tits
FREE ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATION I and Mn. A. G. Taylor; Civil Such improverc-nti contribute not only to 1fU
i Defense and Safety Mn. N. Ford'i winning track record, but alao to the
F, Whittle and Mrs. M. C.
total performance to important to your It,1IH1ftIItrNU1

American Fence Industries I And that dog came back for everyday dnYUlI-

another ptcnU la my front yard HISS .
CHATTAHOOCHEE HIGHWAYPh. while we were away. Brought Ford Dealers offer wide selection elIyIdIe _
'his lunch in e nice Corning
627.7719 Night MAIn 7-8681 'Wan, casserole this time. And ,
\again this week with en old The "Car of the Year" come in 4 nut and

Talla. 222-2213 and Sundays MAIn 7-8263 beat n, tin btseutt pen. Must 44 modela. And becauM of this diversity, .

I be.Is running house about out thla of Dteialla time..:... at your Ford Dealer also ha an unusually wide Why Ford Dealer Declare '
variety of trade-ins on hk ued car lot
Try him.M "The Year of the Teat Drive"The

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SAVE' t At the 1,200 eladen of union
labor were auembllng In New
York City taut month to discuss
their problems a top labor
BEEF SALE'IIt' economist was In Arkansaa
speaking at Harding College Jr.
Hans Sennholz, of Grove City
(Pa.) College, suggested an a p.proacb .
to the problem of unemployment .
quite In contrastto
that advocated by tome oth-
ers. Some labor leaders are
calling for shorter week with
SIRLOIN higher pay government Intervention .
U. 5. CHOICELamI to make work and $80
Steak..i 88 per week minimum for the unskilled .
But Dr. Sennholi indicated .
i a
these thing were just
D STOaES FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND the ticket to bring more unem

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Only the top grodet" Steak La. 8 8? ployment The principle and inflation.he empnasizedI
PRICES GOOD THRU U. S. Government graded I this: unemployment Is t cod-
beef won the W-D shield price phenomenon. The most
FEBRUARY 1ST Ploced In eonBONELESS SIRLOIN TIP HALF common manifestation of this
temperature WHOLE or
., _.
wirr fa.TO.O. is that today labor hat priced
.. trolled coolers, W-D bee
COP''INT-< *
itself out of the market,
h oged to the wry peak Roast.88 Just ai
LegOLanlbu.681LOIN In tome Instance the goods it
STOCK-UP ON ef tender, flavorful good produces are too costly to com
THESE = :1iI 'h: pre- BONELESS ROUND pete with equivalent product
m LAMB from[ Europe or Japan. The pre.
valent notion that there Is only
Roast 8 8 1 so much work-a limited number .
I SPECIALS W-D Brand beet to ckiM Chops. -. 98RIB of job to go around I II
\ trimmed of bon end fet .
y GROUND FRESH DAILY EXTRA LEAN nonsense, Dr. bennholi holds.
before weighing end packg The work U there to be don.
Ing. Yu get more lean, LAMB In unlimited quantities. Wages,
V tender bf per pound et Gr. Beef 5VEG. the price of labor, it what de>
Wlm-DUl. Chops. LB. 7811Z'De temunes unemployment.A .

,EG. $9. COPELAND ALL MEAT No-Coat Economy

Franks. la, 491 This U a viewpoint not accepted

__'.',"KV. ....... ., "_, iCI'.... _... __'TJ..r<.... by some labor leaden.
49* COPELAND FRESH PORK 1 Ul.:1tw.Woti art created by the extra spending
391 1 Induced by riling wage
Sausage. scales, or that labor Itself can
WE'VI r expand the economy by its own
REG. S?. COPELAND SLICEDBologna e prosperity. This view,of course,
overlooks the fact that wages,
LI. 419? s :il 71.a' to an, employer, art thought of
significant portion of the
ti a
,EG. V>t COPELAND LUNCH 1t ..-c,.." cost of producUon. This view
also tends to Ignore the dan-
I Meat 294 49F 1t gen In inflation, for It would
Mm 1s place emphasis on more spend
s IIDIXIE \\ ng rather than on productivity
(Bologna, Pickle & Pimento, Olive Uver ChMIIISwift ) t !More money to spend U the ch
1 ject that labor seeki.
Premium Boneless From labor't blab command,
therefore, wt have beard pro
Juice! 4 s 99/ pools for the 35-hour week.
Canned HAM ShowboatPork All Flavors Thrifty Maid There it talk In labor'i top
circlet that even 2Vhour week
PAN-RED! BREADED will eventually come. The electrical .
Beans Ice MILK worken In New York
& $179 City
$98 ; 2 LI already have a five-hour day,
LB. 1 Shrimp PKG. and their leadership It looking
4 1 toward the four-hour day. This
CAN 300 CAN MORTON APPLE CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT fits Into the neat picture of
1 make-work. If labor does not
i SAVE S IA. HALF product ai much, Industry will
< 5 GAL 39 Fruit Pies 3F Fs ze s1. Have to hire more men. That
llmt 3 cant with ii solves the unemployment prob
i i lem.
$J.order Of more.
50 Extra aw Gnu S...> .,. it You Can Blam.

WITH THIS(UPON AND fIlIROWI 01' The GovernmentThe
\: Me,.... Leas.f t II federal government, In
Steaks ,-It .l11:: '!rlm'IIiI.itJI! : : :!! the view of this labor economist
Lee's Chopped -
provide the Impetus for
, _Twr r_v.., Ian' unemployment by its non-dla
crimination law, by unemployment
11 compensation, and by
SAVE 8< EACH O'SAGE FREESTONE (Limit 2 pttosa) minimum wage protection.Women *
employee tend to be pricedout
of the market despite efforts
J' I Peaches 19 to force non-dla I sxt *** CAN ; PROD4) lion, mostly because of physical
: 50 Extra 4''CGreer Steals differences. Unemployment
\II! WITH THIS CIIJIiCti AND competition and welfare pay-
SAVE 3ft* EACH STANDARD (Limit 3 with $5. food order) menu put workers out of the
market, for tome readily admit
Fox D.f llrln& Pia that net earning of $10 or more

....iNi ,...".... I.rI Tomatoes 9 per week for being employed,
u igalnat being unemployed,
AT ANY WINN.DIXII FRESH WINESAP are not enough to Justify workng .
I $2 Minimum wage for the

SAVE I0< EACH DEEP SOUTHMayonnaiseQT' Apples 5 & 49x unskilled and teenager at $190
obviously price many out, and
thus some :2 I million are made
save. 39 U. S. NO. I YELLOWOnions unemployable by the govern
50 Extra Gl'C Greer Stalin ment
, With these policies already
WITH THIS COUPON AND I'VIlCHASI bP 5 & 39 established by the federal government

Two...... .....N 0.6. Ruse SAVE }10( EACH HUDSON TOILET ,labor'i leadership calls
for other extreme .
Onion Rings U S. NO. t BAKING POTATOESRussets of the remedies being
_Tr.u L..uasrn called for will only aggravate
AT ANY WINN-DIXII Tissue 4 tOIUK/< 39; 10 59' further the unsound conditions
11 existing The 12 per hour min
imum pay would put more men
SAVE 20< MAZOLA (Limit one with $So order or mort.) LARGE, JUICY FLORIDAGr'fruitS out of work. A shorter work
week would not cure unemployment

50 E1tna GrsN S.. Corn Oil ''- 69 tie 59; down crease,overall for cost,it production an would effect only that and cut in.in

WITH tHIS auot IH PlJtlCJWlZii SWEET JUICY FI.ORIMOranges51 our system would bring fewer
Tw...... P..s Jobs, not more.
Ditch Ann PIG Shells SAVE VH ALL PURPOSE. (Limit one with $3. order or more.) lAG 5 9; Let gas Oat

-,.... P..wuA.r tan Not only doe labor, accord
lag to stories coming out of
AT AMY WINtoUlXIl AstorOiI4-ot49' the convention, intend to sup.
N port make-work program of the
federal government. It U busy
thinking up new ways to draw
Uncle Sam! further Into labor
orbit. Un program being pro

fM Erin
| WTTH :THIS eOUWM' AND PURCHASE OFFlschar5 obs are automated with their
.... .... industries continuing their pay
Black Pepper er workers normal replaced retirement by technology Young

ew Tuny SIMIMIV In' would be retained for five
AT ANY WIN..OIXII I A q.II yean while drawing 70 percentpay.
I 'YOUR 1 CHOICE I" YOUR 1 CHOICE 1 All by this the would federal be governmenL administered -

ARROWDetergent VACUUM PACKED Many Americana have not
._ waked up to realize the extent

f 50 Extra sa&C Greei SUnsj Astor Coffee to fingering which government the pie. What U already 1* now

| WITH THIS COUKJN AND PUKHASi I ICraekinliood'FIg "II required from labor, and from
all of at, Is new and dynamic
Ideas for solving these probe
Bars lama without calling upon debt
.... ridden Uncle Sam. Pertap
TMHI ruua.r I''" GIANT BOX
48JIJI.U.CAN 49,1 what we need moat I* I greater
AT ANY WINN-OIXIf measure of altruism, coupedwith :
SAVE 11' e spirit of Independence
In a climate that reward anbtiatlvs
and reduce the re

x 9 DETERGENT Sow 2U MAXWELL HOUSE Sov. 18* segment strlctlon should of bureaucracy.have to run No

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AT ANY WINN-DIXIt the comfort she gained frog the
thousands of message after
.7 ..11.4.1 her husband ........Uoa.
Tie former First Lady expressed
thank for the loOOOO
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a* eutemetit broadcast

smifa wd kr diMe oe Ute radii efflce ef and her telr-hlon krotber-ia>from 4a.,

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C-P High Last Rites Held I State Fair To Saint James C-P StudentsAre Ten To Receive Hayes SetsAnother loving IN MEMORYIn memory of our

School News For Rev. BushThe Open TuesdayThe Church News WinnersCarter Farmer DegreesTen RecordSprinter who dear deported mother, Mr tM*. lIfe Ida McCray January,

B, Linda Did. and eudden passing of Uw Florida State Fair, Tampa Friday evening, 7 Love Parramore student member of the Quincy Robert Hiye of 30, 1968.

Elouls Williams Reverend Hoili Bus Sr. ends, will stag an eleven day event, Feast service will b*Ph'id. All I were winners of award In the "A" NFA Chapter" to be Florid A. and M. Universitytied One year baa passed, dear

The Lion* are pleated to life's chapter for a well known February 4-15. The them, "The members are urged Ji attend, Fourth Annual Leadership Se- Initiated for the degree of Improved ibm indoor world record In mother, Since God has called
ciUeen of Greensboro, The encam < Fair Offer More In '64" will Sunday School commence Farmer the second regular you home to be with him in
,annuoncc that 10 new ttudent .peacefully, Thursday, (6 b* presented In agriculture, Industry 9:45 a.m. with Superintendent miar held at Florida A. A M. meeting in January, 1964in the 60 yard dash, in Albuqcr-: hn-'en, around the anew-white

were Inducted Wo the Annie am following a brief IIIn_ culture and commerce Powell E. Woodberry University, Friday and Satur. the agriculture classroom. que. Hayes thrilled the crowd throne. God know bow muchwe

Kent Steven Chapter of the The deceased, a native of Gi,, A capsule view of Florida spectacukr in charge. All teacher and day, January 24-25, 1984. The car_, for this occaeaion with a record 01 8.0 flat In the miss you. Never shall your

National Honor Society on moved to Gad den County, and progras will be presented pupil are asked to report on The Seminar i* a mean by will be performed by the chap 60 yard final as he won by a memory fade. Loving thoughtsshall
resided in Greensboro where he In artistary and beauty, time. I which the ter officer At the conclusion stride. aiway wander to the pot
Wednesday. January 22. The became a useful cHiten of the Florida agriculture high school student of the oM major
program Thi morning worship service leaders Ideas ceremony membership Th 21 year history I where you were laid.
new member are Ruth Brad. community, will be featured by displays of will commence 11 am with the can exchange on cards will be issued to all Improved from Jacksonville ambition i* The children.

well), Sandra Britt, Lucille lie wa honverted, Joined !Die fresh fniHs, and vegetables, Rev. A. R. McGlockton, pastorin I common their knowledge problem of and the deeped funds- Farmer who are in good to win three gold medal in tile

Broom, Nettle Digga, Addie Missionary Baptist Church in forest products, minerals, meat charge. mental of leadership skills\ standing with the NFA organization" 1964 Olympics. Card of ThanksThe
Gainous Maggie Knight, Gloria Georgia several yean before honey and tobacco. Th senior choir stewardess the guiding hand of under Mr P. E. Woooberry, I PrIce family wishes to
Long, Bettye Martin, Joyce moving to Florida. lie Joined Another attraction Include board 4 and usher hoard 1 will leader. a recognized local adviser.' Signs With Pros their sincere thank forth
lUurrell, and EkHiis William. Pins Bloom Missionary i \ Baptist the livestock: : the major beef serve at both services. Evening i By Preston Hardin, Jr. re express flowers and card that
The speaker for the Induction Church a number of J-Inf.- cattle] breeds, dairy, swine! potil worship will begin 8 p.m. ,' Keynote speaker for the Sa'mln.r poster Jim Tullis, 6-2, 204 pound many to Mr*. Charlotte
ceremonies was L. C, Sherman, fore being I called Into : try and rabbiU. Weekly prayer service will WIll Attorney Ernest quarterback of the Florida A. were !given .
Fisher. again.Mr.
'11.1, who ii a member of the try. He of The agriculture extension service be held Thursday 8 p.m. Rey. Jackson, one of Jacksonville' St. Joseph Church News and M. University Rattler, ha Long. and Mrs. Johnnl.you Price, Sr.
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Honor Society also Sherman Baptist ind Vocational<< agriculure 0. M. Bridge will conduct a most prominent lawyer H* Sunday School convene 10 a. signed professional contract
spot.) on "Leadershipi Chall- Church, and St. Mary MI IOII- chapter occupy the Negro special service after prayer ser spoke from the" subject "What m. followed by the Women with the World Champion, I.
eng of '64." Ellen Forehand: aiy Baptist Church, Sawdust juilding. Th following countieswill vice. Officil board meet Monday Ia Leadership H* pointed out Missionary Society, Ham. All Chicago Bears Ushers To Meet

also a member, introduced the He was a member of Sliver feature exhibit! Marion, 7 p.m. In his presentation latt"talu': dome maaaion member are The 23-year-oU Miami Art The City Wide Usher regular

speaker Counselor, E. L Wx'p- Star Lodge, Quincy.! lIe wo In. Columbia, Madison Jefferson, Pulpit Aid) Board meet Sun. :worth of the leadership I urged to attend. Wednesday major was drafted a* a future I meeting will be held at St MiryC.
ed basic
Jard, presented the certificate: deared to children. Hi* call to and Gadsden. Assistant County day 3 30 pm. at the home of on the of what one editing 7.30: p m. choir rehear chodae by the Bear in '62. He M. E Church Mt. Pleasent.A .
The inductee were honored it bo the ministry, and I Is position Agents are in charge of the Mrs. Lure Houston ill members mean to rather people of the community sal. AU member are urged to lead the Rattler in passing, splendId program il planned

a special luncheon during the ai janitor I of Salem 1 Elementary dinpliyt.Gadsden. are urged to attend He than what one attend. Bible clans Ia held every total offense and punting last for the session. The public II
further admonished hit
fourth Our School In Demonstrate invited to attend.
period. Honor Society broght closer contact Farm Monday evening 7pm.Crippled. _noye.r
now hu 42 member with the lifei of little\ ones. Ion exhibit will feature the roung hearer to meet the chalengei -

Walter Campbell, Irene Gunn, Service of last respect waa ountys twine program. Life Antioch Church in the world with self-

Morn Hamilton, and Daisy held Sunday, 2 p.m. at Pine: Ik. swine models, featuring the disci pHne.! He ummarited his Wins Sports Letters
Ploys will represent the Annie Bloom Missionary BapUlOtChun..h. most popular breeds, pig parlors Lists Calendar jresentation by nward pointing of up leadership thatthe I Boy
Kent Steven Chapter of the farrowing house model*, feed,
National Honor Society Saturday A program preceded the i water and other related subect Baptist Service church at Antioch will Missionary! have 1* in helped the realisation others.CP that I' from March of Dimes
commence you
inconnection with With Assist
j matter
February 1, at Florida A. iulogy.. Those appearing on pro-
end M University gram Included member of auxlilet the program wlU be exhibited. 11:45: am. with Sunday School students chosen at de-;

Friday night, January 24, the and Pine from Macedonia Bloom Missionary, St. Mary home The cured usual meat eye will appealing occupy Supt.The Parthell morning Galney worship In charge.servicewill legates L. C. Sherman were Ellen, Edna Forehand Smith,, I A boy who can scarcely
Caiter-Parramor Lion
mighty massacred Richardson Baptist church Fraternal order quarters In the rear of the begin! at 11 am. The Rev. Beatrice Wood and Edgar walk because of arthritis

School with lacO... of 93-65 High wan represented building. Flowers of all description Nehemiah Bower will bring Grant Mr. E. L. Sheppard served wins a letter in athletics.
needle work canned the message. Holy Communionwill a* chaperon The second day Notif
The Rev. L. P. DavIs, former Impossible, you lay.
Ilk welcome
The Lions would to fruits and round be given following the of the Conference provided
teacher of Pine Bloom Mission- the lad has the grit of -
the following pastor sermon. foe oratorical
out the exhibit In the build apace presentation
)11'1I. R. Franklin, Stirs D. James try Baptist Church, Greensboro In(. Evening worship will commence and group dlecuM OI1.. Tim Ewald.
and Mr. W. Caldwell back t.ohe\ and presently pastor of a Panama Even though thIs 17-year-old
The daily feature of 4-H 7 p.m. Thursday, 5 p.m. Award were presented at the
dm. City Church delivered I the boys and girl demonstrations the Sunshine auxiliary band close of the conference. Ellen from Minneapolis can barely"inch"
with the help of
The Lion. invite you to travel eulogy. will b* given, commencing at will meet at the home of Mrs. forehand won third place for along the
MI'I.Ceola he weir monogram
survivors a cane
The are;
along with them to Tallahassee.January Ethel Stokes, all member are the oratorical presentation and'
Bush wife Mr. Fannie 11 am. and terminating around of Golden Valley High. School
will ,
28, where they I. 1pm, urged J to attend. L. C. 8h8l'l11111woo.n award in both football and track.
Mim Brenda
VI. Brown,
moot one ef their most out- Bush and Mr\ Sallle M. Carterdaughter The highlight of the fair will 1 Friday, 7 p.m. conference will For outstanding participation in How come? How it all this
Handing foot, Lincoln High be February 7, when several be held. All officers, and head group discussions. athletic activity possible when
Support your team, for the Richard* Hollle Jr. James C. thousand children will be admitted of auxillrlet are requested to it take this likable youngster
Lion will roar, free Leonard Blakley, attend. Moriah it much it li mInutes merely
and Charlie flush Rev
ona. tie hit shoelaces?
Charlie BUM Sr. father, _Mr*. Carter-Parramor 4-H Presidentwill President Shade Gobs request You must look back even
New Bethel N'ellle Bush tep-motner, Char nreslde over the featured the attendance of member and Lists CalendarThe yean to find the antwer.As the

II. Bush Jr., Jim, Alvin, and p.am. visitor to meet ( p.m. for I second-oldest of five sons Tim
Church NewsThe Anderson Bush, brother. Mr*. !:;ldridg Jones, President and P.U. service B'Y'I Rosebud choir will have at the igff of 10 could outrunall

Johnnie M Lowe, Mr, FronlaMamey Jerome[ Barnes., vice president Tuesday' weekly prayer ser their regular practice and hit brother and even hit
Usher Union will be held Ml" Inei Bush, Miss of Southside 4 \II Club will give vIce will be held Wednesday monthly meeting Tuesday evenIng parents, Graydon and Diane

.t New Bethel on Jan. 31 Annie Bush, Mr*. Lunacy liar the demonstration for Gadsden before the first and third Sun. at 5 :00 p.m. in the church Ewald.At .

Business meeting will bl held vey, Mr. Georgia Ann Harvey bounty boys.News. day, rehearsal i* held by the auditorium. All member are touch football no one
Friday the Slut, On Feb. 2, at and Mr*. Rutha M. Tyson, trietoil. senior tholr.Lions asked to be present and on could lay a hand on him. Tim
11 am, the Rev. J. Mealy will Interment wu in the FromChattahoochee time. Mrs. Addle B. Crucher dreamed of a high ichool and
bring the mmuge and the senor Community cemetery. Simms'Jackson la in charge. At 6:30 p.m. the college career in football and
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track. **Ba SSSSS
| choir and usher will be in Funeral Home In youth of Mt. Moriah will have
charge charge. their prayer hour. At 7:00: p.m. disister.Then, at One the night tee the of 10 boy, cam wu Te eonHnut wsrklna In the field .f sports, even the ugh he een'l

Sunday School each Sunday Relative and firend of Mr. Tampa CagersThe the pastor and decons will have struck by the indescribably |loin actively became *f crippling rheumatoid erlhritli, Tim Ewald,

morning at 9:45 a.m. with the Albert Dilworth Davis Cruise of nearby Dell, Ga Cirter-Parramore Lion charge of. our weekly prayer sever pun of rheumatoid arthritis 17, hepei to become 5 Sparta cartoon III. Her he sulllnei caricature
RuptHenry Palmer in, charge were eaddended recently by his meet Middelton High Tigers, hour. All member and friendsare throughout hit body. Hit ef a ipertt penenalily.' Hit doctors at March ef Dimes Arthritis

V* are sating you to be on death. Funeral service were of Tampa, in the Lioni den, invited to com out and temperature toared. For long Center lay thli I. good therapy for hit handt and wises
time. Passes AwayAlbert held for him fat Dell, Georgiaon pray with us for one hour. months he had to be hospital-
21 1864. Saturday evening February 1. all Schoolteachers lied In body cast and treated his third he managed thetr.ck chiefly!! cirtooni and caricature
The Junior riioir rehearsal Sunday, January Thursday, Sunday
The la of the top
Dilworth punned at gem* one with cortiion team. He won his lettersin for which he seems to have
will be every Wednesday at 8:30 home, Friday, January 24th, Miss Betty William of Quincy billing for the C.-P. Lion The and Interested mem- two promising talent I Hethlnktthat
Jim. Th senior choir will\ re 9:It p.m. following an extended thrilled the hfarta of many Tampa team is\ considered by ben are urged to attend the Aided by March of Dimes Tim won't sporU.talk much about someday he might like to be a
hearse at 7:30 p.m. listener In a Gospel Recital< at : of the annual strung Bible Study at the Now after of the cartoonist.
illness. A native of Mont many, on fhthe: liven years what his duties are. He't an excessively sport
The chairmen of the pro.ram cello he moved to Quincy sever Friendship A.M.E. Church, Sunday team in the state. They have 7.00: p.m. The chairman' dlse.... Tim it ilowly renaming modest youngster but Face Surgery
have something night, January 26, Everyone deacon board \U asking all deacons
committee *1 year ago The deceased was won several district, and state torn mobility-thanki in even if it does embarrass the
to offer the children, Sunday gainfully employed by a local expressed gratitude\ to this crown and the fans attendingthe to b* present at the church great part to physical therapygiven his father says: I Will he walk again normally T
morning. So please bring concern aa a truck operator young woman for a job "well clash between the two powtr at 8:00 p.m. Friday, the pastor him it the March of boll looked into this with some It'* quite possible This :year,

your children. ,. Funoral arrangement; are In. done." It Is sincerely hone house can expect an exciting I II asking all officer and member Dimes Arthritis Treatment care because it would be dan. after graduation from night
complete at time but will that this fine young lady will l'8I1e.The to be present at the monthly Center in the University! of gerous for Tim to overdo. I school he rosy n1i.rrr.;
prom from, Slmms- 'keep' on keeping on." Miss record for coach conference at 8::00 'pm.Saturday Minneeeta-Medical School. This found out that these manager- surgery. Dr. Keith
I he annuonced
HELP WANTED! J.r1 at home. they March of Dime center, explains
the to classmate
mother and another warm friend their choir will rehearse at 7:00: p.m. players a
survivors are: Mr Lul Mr. Bredwell.Mws available but standing in All member are urged to bepresent I Much as the boy yearned to feel lorry for. The work is that Tim hips are now
JSEGRO WOMEN Dilworth, wife, Mr Mandy respective conference ii no yard locked causedby
In bent
the play, such strenuou sports as tough-Tim goes along in the : a position
daughter time
Martin and
Smith, mother, Gary of Miami!, Betty stick, a* they have stronger on football and track were not for team but to games ill around contraction of the tendons
T. do surrey work for as- James and Bobby Dilworth, of Mr. and Mr. Willard competition! in the Tampa Bay The services Sunday will begin htm. It all he could I do lust the state, he checks equipment ind muscle and by inflammation !!
lionel collect itsoclitlon la on*. Mime Dorothy and lillIan Thomas, and a junior CarterParramore I with Sunday School at 11:30 to brI' elm to dana. and keeps the players' records of the hip jomU. Under
this ar... Must have pleas'ml High School was Inducted area.The Lion with Superintendent Le- his freshman it favorable circumstance '.
Dilworth, daughter Willie, Carter-Parramor am., But in year he't a timekeeper and 10 on. tui
personality and appear.ance John and, Krvln Dilworth, brother recently Into the Annie continue their winning ways, as fell Clary la charge. Holy Communion high i school 1 he resolved to beat But he thrives on It-and \it's try could release and lengthen
IIlib School Graduates *. Mr,. Annie Ray, and Mr Kent Stevens Chapter of the of Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday will be administered at clot to sports ai his crippled far better theripr: than gnawIng these shortened tissues
with Own "ran porla. Little Collins, later.*. National Honor Society. Other evening they met the chisa AA, 11 o'clock with the pastor, Kev. condition permitted. hit mils because of no contact Whether crippled for life or
tlon. Call Mr. Smith col- student from her who are Lincoln High Tiger In the James T. Cruncher. in charge of Tim mad a private vow that with sports." on hit feet again, which now
lee In Tallahassee I24-SOM When the time cornea for members of the society are capitol city. The results, win, by the deacon The senior choir he would become a teairi mm- Even with his heavy schedule seems likely, Tim it determinedto

to irring Interview. Zt lunch, even the best worker Leonard Blakley Sylvia Booth, loose or draw will be given In ceremonies.. Devotion will be led 'lIt'r. of theses, homework, teammanaem.nt. continue working actively ilsportt
He mid it In his freshmanyear home exercii.es That' about all he'lllay. \
.llouis* McMtlUon and Rena Lincoln will lead the '
will itop his labor, next week laws Th end ushers pro-
Srown.Everyone. Won't visnt- .Ithl at manager of the foot- and weekly visits to the Marchof But you know that this
I II THrer were underfewted priorto cessional. you bill iquid. He mad it SKim Dimes Arthritis Treatment quiet and resolute youngster
to extending these youngpeople congratulation Tuesday evening clash. Mount Church this Morih Sunday First Bapti*' I in his sophomore year. Last Center, Tim finds Urn to draw, meant It.

for th* "honor they

t \have Mr won.. Ell Taylor Is confinedIn Arnette Chapel ChoirUnion In
March of
tI I the Gstlxden County Hiapital Church NotesFriday Dimes
I Friends\ are requested to remember Sunday Meeting
her with prayer and evening, 7 p.m. Love
visits. Feast service will be held. All G.-haode A.M.E. Senior
attend. choir eI1'tertal"e r the muaicalocograrn To Deliver Health LeafletMothers
I I Mr. and Mr*. Taylor Sander member ire urged to i
Choir Us-
I *, Jr. of Quincy wr visitors Superintendent, Alexander, ot Quincy ,
her* recently and Long annuonre that Sunday lfon-; Sunday before a opacity
I School will commence 9:30 gathering. who will be: -

I Bible-Study *.m. Teacher and pupil! are The program began at S p.m. marching for the March of
I asked to report to their respective with President Emory Crooms Dimes throughout the nation -
classes, In charge.t A lively devotional
I this January will distribute '
Sessions SlatedBible The service conducted Chap 1
morning worship service was by millions of of .
I will begin at 11 a.nu Th lin Jackson, thus setting the copies I
$200.00 JACKPOTAT study services will be Rev. A. H. Hunter, pastor lacharg tempo for the program. Voices leaflet entitled "One Minute .

conducted: St.atr the following *. He will be aviated by IJ Joined! In singing an old selectIon Warning which gives \(\

churches l'rlmittoeIlisptlt Reverends; Campbell, Jackson, followed by prayer, and the latest facts about birth
Church, Gretna, 12:30: and McMillon. scripture the 24, Psalm defects and arthritis. ,
pm Sunday, Mrs. EUta Smith Choir and usher board
conducting Mrs Doris Smith in one, I Each choir sang one selection According to local March of
one will serve throughout the prior to offetory. totalreceived Dimes leaders, these
JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS :charge. All women are asked to f.ty.': The R.". Hunter will bring : ,. l.he '
from the two disease areas are of concern .
bring their Bible for study, and I. ,1
the evening 1
discussion.A' meeaag member churches were $132 81 to million of people in ,
The ACE League with J50.000 of '
president thIs About
country" tl' / \
simillir 1 service will beheld _
Joseph Long Jr. ia our children are born each year t I :
II at Springfield A.M.E. charge wllllM-fIlIlI! p.m. Mr. W. Florida Cagers with a tenout birth defect r;, ,
Church, I:30 with Mrs :
I p.m. M Long Sr. direstrees! assisting. Arthritis and the rheumatic
5 BONUS WINNERS Mabl Harris, sponsoier and Evening service will close tile Now TrottersTommy diseases afflict upward of 11- fl ; JLA

Mrs Elita Smith teacher, day activiti at 6 30 p.m. 000.000 Americana.Th I ,o :: '
I Its reported that PenUcostsJsercices \ Official board Tuesday, 8:80 Lee Mitchell a met,. National Found.t1onMarch I J( 'al\l' .
REGISTER AT I II hi session the remainder p.m. Sunday School board, Mon her of the famous Globe Trotter of Dime Is fighting ''Po nlltlI
of the week, and lint day (30 p m. basketball team wa among these disease with the tame ,

Jitney Jungle or Jitney Jr. "Mil. An IMitation I ta extended 6:3d p.m. Junior' choir rehearsal those featured recently on the three-pronged attack which I '
to attend these services .t Prayer meeting, Wednesday CBS Sport Spectacular attract- helped conquer polio at a public I
The Church of God In Christ, Wednesday, 7.30 Senior ion. health problem Using the I '
: p.m. '
BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY Rev. V. D. Hamilton pastor. choir rehearsal, Thursday 7 p.! MitcS.U. along with Lery Gibson heading experience the gained development in tpeir-of I I of.' : .

I m. I are native of Tallahassee. the Silk and Sabin polio vaccinet ;1"'
The bluer the speaker, thesmaller '"
7 P.M. SATURDAY! Mitchell attended FAMU high\
the words he tries to Mann t>2 Dime funds :: t ::
Charlotte Fisher and the Florida A. and M UnWverity. currently finance:
u-e I
Gibson played at Griffin '

,Dies In Madison I Hlih and also attend Florida search* a ttloawld program aimed stlestlfle at finding rs-.
A. and M. University.
cause and cures for birth
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED Charlotte Fisher\ a resident Center Billy Barnes belIe freesnearby defects and irthriua, .1ieee

of Madison *me* 1922. died Mananna sod Kennedy a ttloBwId Bclwurk .1 .
suddenly aooa after admlsaioa from south Florida.\ treatment centers which help ; 9"

to tile Madison hospital January bring top-quality medical car =
'PREMiEREOF SI.t She wa born la Uo "A" ChapterAt to victims of these cnpplcn,

I: county end we a member of e a nationwide ,rerrsaloaale41.
the Darken Pond Primitive Bap Initiation ucation program which channel I,
list church. latest scientific finding to I IKientista ,I Wyett, tear el sens end TV _lie I II the It44 rUmiuj
Survivors: seven daughters; Thirty member of the Qaincy pnjrticians and their .......... Merit**' March drabine. hit the Merck *l Dime' .

THE ELEGANT NEW 1964<< FRIGIDAIRE Lottie CIa mmlnca and Lula "ANFA Chapter were initiated associates, and
language the pamphlet, which e AvoId eeaslv.
smoking aid
Fisher both of M"--I Mary for the Fsna Hand degree
e a Mtloawlde paM ".ea. take only a minute to read drinking.
FAMILY OF HOME APPLIANCES Price ef QUUVJJ Ethel Robiatna Wednesday, January IS lathe tion proiram. I I suggests these precautions for
of Newark. New Jersey; agriculture claearoom.' Tb a pregnant woman If artgaaat. toot kaewuuly
Violet Mclntrye of Cincinnati ceremony for this eccatsotj wes Latest addition to this public ,j expos yourself to Infectious
Ohio WIllie Mae Curry of Lake performed by the chapters .fftren. education program according ;1 e See tlJ doctor early. Be; _-prtjculr'y German
FRIDAY & SATURDAY. JAN. 31. FEB. 1. 8 AM 8 PM Wales laell Jones of Orlando At the conclusion of the to tor Or.of the William medical S. Clark departmentof direr- sure consult any, for other treatment doctor'I meules.I .
you may I
tw sees Fred Fisher of WIU- ,eerrmony membership cards Th National Foundation i* of other conditions that I' For the peron who suffer
J\.frtq.rot.on bios New York and Albert 'were Issued by *h. secretary to the -On Minute Warning" are pregnant. 1 from arthritis, the leaflet
S Food Freesere S Automatic WasHereAwomattc !!
-. Jr. of Jacksonville S3grsndohtldrea. all Fan Hands who are la geed leaflet. stresses Tollow ONLY the ad.
nd IA greatrrandchiUreat NFA Take M dreg *. peer *wInitiative. .]1 i vice of four doctor.lneral
standing wick the local ortanitatiea. -
Our Is to
Electric Room Air Conditioners purpose
Dryer Ranqee brother Tell your doctor ether points ef advice
two aregnreoamont
The 'lastrvcted
presideat the public that much is being I
have been taking. -
: Mobile Dbhwoshwa Selhi Lone of MonticeUe and. all Farm Hand how to don la the fight against these EtpecUlly any you, stay away from I there are them M quick 5easbee. "t
I Gist* Long ef St Petersburg.Funeral held I Mil ia the laformatioa em the two great cripplen. Or. dark "tranquiliDtn.* "mood adjusters no shortcut*. Good result frees
services were revere* ad ef membership lays. "Th American people are ." and 'happy ,We.* treatment require )
\\1 __". January 17th at I p. 1 '. Onancinsj the fight with their .... tune and pa. ,
... la the New Bethel Primitive rertnbution to the March of 0 Lean year Eh fatter M1
Jr. .
By Pretton Rardta reporter. I I If your home has b
: T Stt'llurljoII'J/ Baptist chairs Madwon. Burial Dim*, and they have a rightto type, and your husband a. Iform *- in the distribution m missed\ .
wes ta the Oak Ridge cemetery receive periodic report of your palet. you ct> obUmleViE
with Clifford St'wov II Anything that Involve peer what it being ctompUthed. Fellow tile dirt yew oWterprescribes. of charge from the local Marck
Ben Colored F1ehargt. .. if* Is Important Like safe la reassuring ttott-Uchakal lei _Ptmet beade .

|.drivIng for \Instance. I

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of American reenreh b* tad
I 1.01 tl of tlcMltl'e UtUe River Most ipedei of sharks bear
rCII"N'* .. hereby civon that I Survey, Oededen Ceun.y.riorlda Defeated carefully guarded aa art thiocrtti "
I called
I Tigers living "pupa. Th
young *
CLASSIFIED WE MANUFACTUREOUR ( my rinil Returns, uadmlnletrator of our military actlvitin. -
I ADS IXB.N.C.T.A- of Mlite S ant ....,rl'II." ae fellowiFive While research knowledge shark pup la completely on Itt
of Mra. Beaufort Br i4MrMurray. U) Ares In Let Twen* Ia protected by American and ,own from the moment of birth
OWN decoaaetl. ale my P** iv.fivt (flu ee recorded In By Bulldogs In :being toUllyl gnored by the
tltlon for Final Dleoharaa and Book .err. page III. Lit I la tome foreign patenta, ,
that aptly I* the Uses River stern.?. fewntklp One countrlra afford no aurh profaction mother, according to Ichthyi toglita <
CUSTOM MADE hie IH..II V Koyn )4e. Ca sty (I) Nertk. Raoit Thrte U1 and If thty can Meal this at Mirinelind of Florida
Jiigfe ef 0.4.4.n County, Plerl.4a West ....,... le fallow Close Conies! knowledge I and product they
on March 1, lilt fr anpr*** to.wit: Commtnca the
I r FOR SALE VENETIAN BLINDS at At tht same anti Final ma> point whore tbs r.I.. By Dons James products of our costly and timtconiumlnf -
,.".... eamlnliiralar.. ptttOT.A. .- dary o. Let Twenty-five (III.MrXlil research by m.nu.1
of sold taint. Thlt IIda '. Uttlt River iirey These sports Writer
icturlni these with
lies Ford I Cyllader, Alto of of rorbte .... products
BLINDS RETAPED > January IMtCITIKKN8 inter Qulnoy Hlihi oaten Ut xtetory Best Buy
yOR MKTl On* tiNe MIr....I tomitle SANK AND nUT Mcta the Weil alto of yNl..I UlroullJI.11' I cheap turvitlon wages they anunderadl
,... (.r .....0. .n. iw. .*4T TriatmaiioB. Excellent I COMPANY tl Road thane run tlenf clip union ua and thui .. *okm
em kine tor III.M CtndltloB. Trade la AWNINGS By T C Nixon' trust efflrtrdardnfr the Weal tld. ef laid rods< her Friday night wh.n the our economic powtr throughout lYIcCULLOCHMAC:
vita *.ll.li4 oak fr.o I.Itob. \. T.rm. 1,1 n.. il Road, sevth if dttrtee Hmlnuitt Bulldogs from Marlinna turned I the world. I
ktta ..< .. and all mod I Writ Dot T CarsI STORM WINDOWS Attorneys for Adm. Wttt 1,140 feel lethe the trick 58-54 afttr tralllnf
... ......" .noS& T B. rutehtr I of CadadtB County Time*. I Jan Id F... d. II t* It point ef hellnnlp. most of the |im*. Several valuable research 15
n Pk,* HI thtnrt none the Volt Side I formulae
e !
Or< developed at
till Tore t L ALUMINUM SCREENS Notice le "."11, -Ivan that the It told reltril Net Beuth Quincy Walled 1S-J1 In the greet
1T $1595 Board of Puhllt Inetrvotlen nf I? ....... 10 mlnulae West tint period but went ahiid cost and effort hive bran Holm -
FOR at room O.d.e.n Countyrirslve riarloe, vIM ... ittt, thtnre Marth II from under our noels, carrlti
I..... .,1. Net .n' Csld. WIt.r I Malel bide until tl N .,..... !l mlnul.l Went die t-ll en Wilier Dovtr'i held l to other countrlta In ont cutat
tur.l.hed. IU E. "' ..."I"rto"'t. Quincy Glass A I. Wtontidir, F Phen Ke. IIMIII. Call I Ile,. for lb. s.lS, "f one seed. II mlnutai Kiel no fett.lhtn the acond. By haUUm Qulnry lent the V. S. Gov.rnmwntcontracted
.rt.' 0 ,.m. athool km ef the followint-.4t.tcrl ... bull II dpgr... IIminulti 14 by a flv'* point margin 31 with a foreign firm
>tlon t* the hlfa bldaerB .
AND | Baal III 7 fait ttubs
FOR RENT Newly '. orat.'I- COVERALL CO. :<. T..r point ot btflnntnt Bald 26. Early In th* hit quarterh developed

epSIIi' SI t. CaJl MAIn .1101.. 1\ II mpaclly dt>,..1..... treat of land con Tiger took thilr blgfoi
FOR RENT-Unturnlshsd 514 Wit Iaron I Ch.Mlt ttina I a en North Lich Btr. call ....U... 11 MAID Thli' vehicle may ML M,'Mala Unit nl\tr search coil the
rt" m 7-664J the roanty whoa toga ,"r... InQulney Rurvey nf Forlirt Pur,.hue. Ing nUrianna went Into a full ai fir at foreign -

FUR RENT: 40 by 10 foot oar. lunuant I* the final '.orll ef'or court prti, ittallnf the ball producer wasp concerned
building located on Witt Jrfftr Cash k4! mute .b *.oempanlahy ."'?lo.ura ontrrtd In a caaaprndlnt twice and scoring to C'UIII.. and It wee produced with cheap
eon It. Contact Arthur R Flu l. rortlfltd chock rathler rktrkor In Mid Oovnl. the atilt labor In direct competition with
sn2 '0. r.b .. II 41 cash for the amount of Ihbid of *'hlrh ,le Mulgal. Finance Coin.pan lead 83-82. Jan Pontma, forwin American .
I then link bucket high etanderde.Scientl.ta
I a tlelnf till
RADlb > k Florida ceraortllon. virtu
., I Th. right will be isr t Roy Ut Ollyird and Ifmarritd cor* 54-84 With ont minute' and reaeirchenmpoyed

FOR' SALE, TV BERVICE* : J BOARD ct any OP end'V'CUC all dIT"Cc.. ,/,lft.. .end. ..Dooktt OllvtrdMe Numktrwhich rernalnlni 01 Coleman hid | by American firms

HOUSES i 1 1igD.J:>1'1'I' COLNTT.2TT In 1,10 1-C.WITMM a chine to put Qulrcy .,aln hav eound It profitable to ate*
....... *. All my hand .m."Ial out In front, but mlutd two highly secret and valuibl In
..... *.. N.*ole 1 1:. K. P't.1T CHAIRMAN: <'JItR. ? soil, of tald Court the IIdi fro throw tt the charity lint formitlnn and pies It on for a

APTO MAUIOI WILCOM.PMett & A"llJ try.. IMI. Soon afur, Poitmi hit on another price to same foreign (IrmDrue .
FOR SALE MAI r4tII MRCt'il'COURTntDRDFN two pointer with 30 eee- piracy" catei Involving
11 COUNTY.FI ends on the clock to put the patented drug aeritu and antlblotlo
rUHDAT".ADIC ,IRIDA Bulldofi shoal for the tint / rulturta developed by

3.BEDROOMHOME PANTSLAUNDERED L 'l'y eb,0. ac.IIt7e KOI let le II.....' ,IY.. thM tht of BT a Deutlea *, Cltrk BaurDtputy time line the second Mann Lxlerl Laboratories art now
Public In.I met I on
Hoard of
: W_ ",.ff_ O.cl.d.n County: rinrlda willrorelve It, In pratlon to obtain tile before both civil and criminal H.,.'. your"belt buy" In an
...1... blda until 11:01 tall, Qulncy fouled In tht hit courti, pointing up the critical economy taw that' tail and
A M, Wtdntaday, February I. In the. "ngrt of the County few itcondi and Eddlt Slephena altuiilon fn-ed by industrial reaeirch dependable. on even the
FLUFF DRY ,.... for the ..1e! of a woM.nlaatroom hill Judge tn Pmhattn iiad.dan County rierlda., mid both foul ihota for the leidtn.Th toughest cutting |oba.
( bulldlnte the K-IHI. .,f tour reieiivh Full.ilied 17' bar famous
Excellent Investment blddtr. iv point victory iprtid.Marlanna thief who peddlei -
atHnr Dllaabtlli 1 Ahltfltld lirttlmen, I McCulioch Super Mae chain
Tnla bulldlnali located had tour playas our Industrial turret by
Attractive Price REPAIRSand FRIGIDAIRESERVICED tgfl'I1' Elementary Bckeolntar Ml >rMitort and pwttttdTe hlttlni In the double figure securing document and formu aa well ai a hOlt of other

mar eta,:, ,I 'the.'. building Inl..d. by nartlta ren.lar Hating ,ritini or ."1'.1. column In Raymond Jenlngt la from employer flies and iell- feature mid the McCulloch
For Quick Sale. lnr the principal' Freddie L. Artlnti 11.101I.t.t.: Divld Turniit, Jan Poitma and ins them to compeutoii abroad MAC 19 the natural choke
ALTERATIONSMORROW And..we.Eat Ton and tarn of ) og are hereby Eddie Stephen with IT 12: 10 ar. undermining tht nitlon't for cutting firewood or
Cash Terms. nonfiH Hid .. ul... to pro
or A t hid' met U '.ocompanlsdhr feneepoiti, clearing eamptltat
and 10 points itrengih Just murh
.rtiriN cheek re Chue, yen > u iiimi and dtmandtwhirh rttptrtlvtly, n thtthief or pruning trI..lt will be
'trk C. cash for Oh. amou.1ot 'u ,-r tnhtr of >"u, may Carrying the offensive load who peddlei military em.lYele .
t choice
MRS. J.L. BETTS hart ."\\I1It Ihs t.tttt of tin.ttMh for Quincy your
the bid. wn Gall! Coleman too whenyou
Tin iht "'Ill ht reserved tor.lert ,miiitfitid Btrittmt. daetatd with 1$, followed by Gary Edardi' Anything that wtikena
DRIVE IN and all bid 'lite of ball County, lethe ournitlimil ese ItSing
604 W. King St. BOARD OF PI'WJC IVHTRUCTKlN i mintt Judlt of Oadtdtn 14 and Walter Dovtr'i economy and deitroyi
CLEANERSWELL riAPsPIN COUNTY' Counti ..1..ld..1 hit oirirt In our world mat kl't U a* harmful

TELEPHONEMAIn C?..".. ...._ A Crawf.N srr. .ht t Oulnr nun house Fit Id.of taM wlIMnItndar i'eun.aim, 10.In Iht preliminary lilt Quln- 10 our nitlimat c.x.nomjf and ditroyi *- Oil Co.
7.7204 tl CHAIRMANATTF.sTt .. inonthi from the time of 1')" JV took an overtime d.. tour world market. ..
I ht '1.., publli-atlnn of Ihl. no.Irt clilon from the Bullpunt 43-40 harmful to our nitlonil wHfartind Quincy. Florida

II M O. WA'.KEIt. '. Twnronlra. of eaoh rlnlm, ormand Harold Ray and Wayne Cheiter our future a* ar the fruits
I It thai ba In wrlling and
=' ... DRILLING W'RteTAR' hill atatt th. flare of realdanra pared the locals with 13 and 12 of military tuplonagt. and Con- -- :'
CALM l*' dcltt roam
FOR horn.. tang., Notice la hortby Iris thai the and poet of"'. aililrate of theattorntv polnu each.Saturday. gross would do sell to take vlg- I
ulncr rd Roar of Public Inetructlon ofMdidtn .Iolmant and .h.1I b. sworn isby night tht Tfimournntd orowa steps to II
l>rae Int. Writ Len Thomp- Featuring t Complete will protect American I
son, III N W. .ith Ttrnct, Line of Demlng Pumpi lot CAPITAL PEST CONTROLrt (reftlvi sealed County hide riorlda until H'MAM the (1.lInant.and fiOnipanitd his as.et.ky or atlting to Malone and ""trt research and InduiU-y agilnit ELECTRICALSERVICE

Oilneivllle ForlJin.% :i, BO, It Homo ., Irrigation C"'IO' Toraill ., ",.....hY, rthruarv I.. tea of one dollar end stub dunked by a 63-41 icort, hla vlcloui and dangerout pnc-
C''N' Mil set lll", for tht eels, ef he follow.in claim or demand net aa fuledeheil Malont had a big 26 point IMS tire
I hUh ha
da.ceibel property told
--- -- TERRYROSAHARDWARE ...., rimiriitM .,dd..*, I llarnld B IItr..t", ." end uarttr which gave thema
tot No' t ". North A. .tI"ln".r .f the 1.1.0. lead Qulney couldnt ov..- McGtaley"willPresent
FOR SALE CO. Call Tallabaaae Ha. .1.. of J. R Chandler rmpirty.N (if Bllithtih Uhltfltl aut.tman. com 4iplt Ming Outscored
fttiwart Street, QulnryRttln I "........ In the aex-ond hiU from
Uil South Monroe St. COLLECT at a point 771 T Net North Pint nublli-annn January ID, IIM Individual Anything wiring
155 Acre FarmS Ta lih.ua. Florida HOME MITE 9IS.14J1 fiend II feet Writ of tht Keuth- Jan II rth II. II 41 |amt honors went Concert house to replacing

101 ...1 ...n., or "cllnn t end to Tom Wllktnon of ", ..Inn.I a
J12-UOT OFFICE 121-1711 U thtnre run North It I ftnIhtnit : I who hit for 21 polnta.. Gala rnie.mm a light bulb
Mitt from Qulncy run Wttt ill ,..t: thence I ltd the i\ i.-itb"-: Forrert Mofllnley who will
I room CB dwelling, SS per run Potith1l fotti than' run be i-emMnbered her .. t Inch-
teat completed deep well I. tail 1TI fttt le the point f btllnnln I SCOT polnu. er nf muile. In the Qulncy High
several iprlnit.Mule paid lot tontalnlnr 117aorta Quint, Baby T1itr earn Vhool and director Ike Shepardat
creek and o( muile al
VACUUM CLEANERSNew more er lees end being In out vlctorlout ovtr the ", .Ion.
barn crib and amok ONE STOP the louthaatt Quarter of thillogthiaat 'lJl Centenary MethodM Church,
110.... Joke Deer trictor. and Vied Clemen I Ouarttr of Btctljn I, squad 48-44 Top Tiger aeortrwai will prtwnt a vocal ooncert at '

dIsk II........ plow and ban' T....n.hl. I North, Rime 4 Wttt. Wayne Chtiltr, pushing la J o'clock February I In tht \
Any mk *r model For All Your Qulnry, a...... County FlOrid. u. .
mer-mlll. Burley tobacco al- I lereted N .burg High School auditorurn. -
RepairedWrit Let No. I on Madonna Ml
Qulnry ((84)
lotatit, M acres earn liad. Box J24 er Stewart Btrttt Qulnev. cdjolnlnilot 8 Ponm 10 SHELFER.BLITCHFURNITURE
end some putur Hall mil Phone 177.6131 I Fishing Needs No' 1 en North fine Porch 4 H. It being preienUd by the CO.
Turniit 12
B.|ln at point lift fait North Column II >eaburg Junior d
frontage tn good graded Clro Ga. Lake Talquln Road and 11 Sept Weal of the I Heullithtnie AppUwhlt 3 MoCall a College and MAin T-1141
ro... .sat etlra.? .t Sutton 1 end Stephen 10 aprampanlit will h* hli .
North t: I tall Ihtnrt Dover 10 wife, the former R.. Ill 1431
W. D. Hin.ll. I. Roberta St run 11..1Lt.. ,
Lewis H. I run ttttt 171 feel, thence run Jinliui 17 Edwards 14 Klnrild diughler of Dr. and Warehaui ph. MAln ?1100
both tI' ha; Illsorer un F.o.1 llulur 0IleIftlm..con

Realtor i, T V SERVICE I 171 flat lot le Mntalntnt the point of III totlnninilaid wrtt : Qulncy II.I Mri. R. It Klnmld o( Quln!!)'. ..

airless oro.in Ail ..... I... and being tn the Marlinna 26
more or Adverting
: ,
U W. Wohlnglon 6U i 1 ,.tee rMACK'S -.**. I""uI ...1 Ott ertor nf the outk- 1 Quincy 1411 Malone (CUI l ihnuldnt properly handled.
1 I ...t Quarts of *> Florldi It RADIO k North. one 1 Want 301 lift on a tsmpoutTitOy Edwards 4 thing
Qulncy, I FAST Oadtdtn County riorldt': Troop Rosen I
I TV SERVICE I Lot 101ft. I located en N, afternoon January 2< Dover 10 Jackson 1
&of IDol. ,."..... 'ECONOMICALTRAINED fttaoart Mast ftglncy adjoin- anti returned fttturdiy .fter. McCall 1 Mytr 14 minneri and rourtmy
;: R"\l.IG Throe kotroon tog lt No I on North eida endfartkatt noon. The tamp-out w.. held Porch T WUkerton 21 ire good form, even on the

ewe bath. houie 417.1047Jan.for ul.. Central! i North ef Chandler "ro" on the Taylor place at Lake Tilqutn. Sperling I Lawlttr 12 highways

ltttln, Call II. II, IS It r,7Jln el a point Illf fttlNirth I Other: than a light iprlnkl Bauldrtt 0MalfUm
____ Plumbing Fixture Elotlrleal and II fast We.t of the good weather wn had Thou acort; Melons M Editcitlon' la not eompltl/ U ALL KINDS
ditutliaatl oorntr ef leetlon I all that the student get. It atrilned
Suppllei. Pip and FUllngi.Water bay. attending hid a good tlm Quincy 2T.TOO.
1 H..t.... Tile Board.QM and thtnrt run North III ftalthenra : Troop 10. held a Board of K*. mindFlorida and Long Distance
Till a *)4nn. Hess IMC.M run Wtat Ill fttt: thesreI..n I '. I
.4* B: ..Illitt Dr. C.r..il and Oil Heatera w bush III fault Ipso,. run view Monday night In prtpira- Rllver Bpriagi ffnont
.. .. .. h.lelnni .. LATE nt the Inert reglont In Furniture Injured
l. H ) l rF111 II. Etal 171 point ef lion for the Court of Honor on
Bilk MMNto Llvl.RM. .. t I,* .a.aI'contalnln* 17tortt United Bute for the study th'l
l:.mlil>.ll.> Kl>. DIe.I. /SERVICED I" ... an* ,.In. In Fib.Th TO mbmerged aquitto planta
... D... aaeo Dow wni Ho. ROCCOPIPE rote s l.ths..e Quad .r iht Safety Cturat wu ..IM4110111111t1. CLASSIFY ,
MJO cording to Dr John Oavli
fliieivo rMA. tell M4 T-MTI OH AU IC.nthps.t Qnarttr of R.rlt.n I, Thli court la to lie Sam Hulley
lee .... I.'....'''. w w rice Tawnthlp iNorth, Rants 4 WtatOulnry taught by Trooper Robert Hit angst at the University .(
.... et.w.rlee. .... rior- By XuMtll Ray Id.
Jack P. "' .1. Wyas FARMER'SHARDWARE a. County, Florida
of Ui Pitrol
.. .. Highway
Bldi may bt tubniltted/ on ..., I It will be taught it the Ictut In the lads.w year a BW Fiver nor'l MAin 7-6433
i i\7.\L1G I ".droom Homo 44 YEARS OF SERVICE one ', rners lAt.. A lump .u' Hut beginning rb I *t 10 am. and danirroua trpt of t'plonitlai hooka of million 1M4
total bid for the three loll with Troopi 201, 202 201 and becom throat I Quality Court
In Burm.k ..0. a to tur nalonal -
tell Thla Area arealdsrsd.Rath
HSIIJea.lS. T. il.ke ire being distributed'
free of
an...... II hid Cues ka eeompanlNhr the Explorer Pat n participant economy and ttcurlty. Iti
PHONE 222-'''' MAin 76149lilmImmm eartlfltd .h..._. eaihlar rkarknf *. Th eour*. will run four rtaurrh tiplonait and It la hargt to the traveling public.!

FOR SALE 1110 S. Mowo Street i oeth for the amount .t lbs Satur..,. and those eompleU Ming practUtd not only by our They irt avillabl at any Quart S. ADAMS ST.

1 Bdr*.m Rout Low TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA bid the .".... will .....05 the Ins this court will receive the tntmtti but In Mme ciiti by ty. Cmirt- - -.- .-------- .. .... ..
Dews Payment Lw right 'e ,. .... any and .11 hlda Safety and till Mirkiminihlp out alllta.

Monthly Payment. FlaiM- IIIAb:6 Uf IN5 .UC' Merit Badgu Aa w* art all .....*, Am r-
T1'iv COUNTT A. Some Wk I II Fib. '.IJ lean flrmi
lag Already Arranged. N., FLORIDA oundirtioni and or- MADAM FAY PALMISTm
nil McMllU lOll M... 111 Per Cent FlMMe4 I IT L K. CHAIRMAN;: Troop 201 U planning U itttndCenUniry IwilMUona spend hundred *fmlllloni ,

malt Drlte. U BRICK HOMESI Jilethodlit Church ont o( dollars and many

Sh*. rapltely Flalak- In the G.Court....*ef Cogity tie ,Cnnnty Fltrt- )1 ATTEST T.. WALKER: Sunday, Ftb I. .1 years tl tfort In "'''PCL This GUARANTEES U r4 your INTIRE Lift

rOI\ KALE II air... a mll.a i I ... Price Start .. Jut"j in Probate W'RtTAItT It research conductad by prlvalt paM, preaetit and future 8K aeka .0
W, o( Qui.." Old Wateonitwlry. tn re: Relate of IN THE- ciRcuif r6tnT"ftrTHR Industry: an effort to provide quenttMw, !but WILL TELL you what 'Uw
,... .. u4 1 Uncut $7200 Edwin B. Ih.t.r thia Md tht
(-r. be. I HBTOND JtCirtAI. CIRruiT -\ 1 worldIIIte.ga bttr nt t* know, gluing ..1.. and teals of
koun, 1 "' ....Dr' dairy b.r ,., I-Bedreem*. D.cre.1.T. or THIS aTATB: orrt 7i ; for btutr IIVIII,.
'.. Excellent: farm land All Credltare' tal "....on.Hul. hune, lev, health and family affilrt.
> well />RinA. IN AND FOR OADAhiN -
s. !IN blae ,...1.01 at Bt t.B4 $46.39 per month .* Claims er DemudiAialnat frtNTTMITUAL Thus la ptrtlculirly. of Till jmi whom tan wlU MARRY sod

4... II4IELP ; We alt. accept your *ld koaieIB I Tt. end aid sane ef lilttr ran ere k.rt. IIN CHAJlCr.JI'II. our plurmaceutirii and .1_ ."... U Ute ese you "lv IB inn and
I a trad. I.t f end reeuirt te era* IIU induitrtei whoa ft- whet to 40 t 0 .b* .._.,.L Will lull*
Writ P. O. Bat lit ..", any alalmi sad dement Pt< ANti COMPANY, starch kai developed ,ler,,. <-"-"""LPlelelff.
WANTEDiHORT welch yoi, er eiiker ef you may t lean knowledge Lid knowhowthat ewes kappln*** between MN
: : r Phoi hays filnet tuba stoats ., It- hat
377-6833 I.1. I aimler ..'...d. late of ..7.; t boon a bulwark .( our ... WIFE Mike Ip .....'. quaml*.
Or CAIHt ... 10..'11! I raid Ctunty.Ye lit"Ctgity JNgo LU taU.TAIt 1.111 "' .f' irtt tnltrprla. Detent. The
Hew tkevt etrnin II* per weak C.1n. G.. at Oidada Cetinty rierlda. el rued. ._._. .... 011.1'411P.Mil producu and technique 4vS- Telli It .1.1..... er ..** Ink U natural _mille, evil *''.

Hou.twlvta ertdrrt for.GOOD 1 I tf hit office III tk* tai'M kogae *fold wife. Dften toot I optd by this c.itly, IndepefidtnU lluenf and bed tuck. Doe rot tail yes to pit*.. yeu, BIT'
Aioa Itrrltente.Mettle Avon Write Clat.M,Wane-Dorothy Ctaaty us cai.,....Quinsy...",..t.Floridawttbte .. from HOTrrfJ OP ,..,Rip'(.O51 CLSAI.R I ly financed. research kayo attadlly will Uit in* ....1\. On vt''H will\ ropey you for dlteppodit.

ser. P. O Bex III M a I., TillsC. -i 1- the time ef tke lirat aukltoatla n (,1.1It OF :i ? 3l'l? tntbltd ui to maintain curteonomlci ?'ant Hi I r*od your life like MI open
...... yia 'IHuCIKWIVIU ,ef t..,. ....I..... Two eoplte .( Nellie CIR I..t'IT hereby(.()lRT live Ikaliht polI ...4erslll, and .. book, but 1"I: : ef your Imklee.: Medium end

: Veil er part, HOMES II.each I ..'lit.flalm... er and..."'...11......shall.1. the.. ,.'.nlr".il Hon. ..4.." I I I tended saw poliucil power dlvtn* ..**.....
time; news earalnin Interkttlentl I ,lara of ,..Ih... and offlotaddreai leer, lark elb.. rir-ull lest II tae* you" MW a million around tht flobt.
cemeiny Car ntcea.rntt .'I ef tilt tlelniant she Chili .f 0....*.. reunty FI r/da. will ran pirk4 at the Si win. Club This gigantic Induatry of die- Com seed too why. you are .eaaept, why evorvUilii*
eary, ioi tae s/. Oada1MI .... en .". ink .ay ef Vo.radrr.Ie W b i4 dfwke.rle4 slab. end
I I" te ky Ue clalmtnl. kit lilt Thuradir sod wondered every hit beoro a Ill bUUoa teem > t* wr o| Why and ,
II, I2 tlSALESILAN /, el II se A M. el tht lantk
County TI"' 10. ....1.I.r..., and loeen.
what In the world wsedsd wle '.u Call k* kelpo4 and everything made else!
,..." ky e dim* fee of one delis leer >f ka Oa4 n Ctnoty wn going dm, entirely privets and com-
r.II..I.. WANTED.-A to .eppty .u....goad... ? and snob tltim, er '.m... let CeatiMV.. |* tkt Cloy e4 Q.tii0r eat- there wit a two-ball ptUUvt. It .kai itv. ?, the ky towMttliif, THIS GIFTED ADVIIER.twyen .
.nee eels
ae filtd shall ko \"I4Cdwln rierlda fri Inch ttwUatant met hire INrtved products of tile
t" 6.1W..54 hilpllvtnf
'It" "rotu.UI .Mil -
RewlSieb puklle u She htlb.sit
et welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I rnii I*
R.wlsteh "t..1. A IKgl.rAt loaf kttt ....., far Sash, Ikefellewtef IB hU mn lutomoBll .d protMt our IaJIII 1\1II4.,4 of
:Iril'I'1r I. Xtnqaberryi edmlnliirator ef the E.aat..1 .- Neonpeapeelr.. ell. heroes. th* terklng irr retembled and our' high house U keut eell She will pro v. Shot yn nit obtain
.. t ,... .. II ItMU Idwla B. >bel.r. ..- ,. wages 4ooire BMr4 and f1ib UL Madim
_1. II. I. I rtaaodriret eslsde/ fJI..... Cetniy, n. the Christmas Dine from It here ew ErytMn> "'
HOUIEWI'L If I.a har. ....I..at.. ." I. (HIJIB. Ida, aswilCe5ia Tb weather wat fairly good oom Ute auttmatl Fay U linseed by the Aut a4 County tested prmi.*

.par. II..... It yen need oalra Greenwood .Jisi||,;* 41ITAT ef Ike al the kale Nerlkaaat 4.trtke.ryrsN 1S..4 for till match. Tker was duribl tomputtra masts MW light end 4wll, hi her wn "tmn for .many y-. hi Tallahaoee, FU.,
money. yea eSS earn ..."1 I" I" THII R TOF COt' I *. ad front Ml,* I and pUmci. lift-: ghway 10 L..l. 1 Mile* tad nt ties Jackinnrll! III.....'.
N7T to a only on* amill b*>wr, the
.... ......... ."...1". filii I' ro& type boring drugs and assist chtml.rili .
your ." Mrs D.r. and "A'flit..OOl"T' ...,Uta.t ..... rg* le rardtI' heat gnUen do n4 tn feel Look for tilt Hand deity from 1 ..... to > p..sl.lied .
Avert Pr.deda Wilts .. ... and th* sew mlracla f 'lfIOrn
ilk foe pla4 .1.* .,. Su ..
sally McRip. Avert : MISC.pter. : I Ko. till and from told poll t tt kofioeln Tb* winner! were lit |*w tltctronlct and tntmiitry. from | m.
p O Itea 2101 l L Tall. Sunset Acres IX REt: Baiei >fMn. "ft W.a4 7* ytrde.thtMt net ADM Drew and OtorgeMiaery It la
Itaet. :..yt.. __ It I B.e.fort .,... areN,,,,. aogik 1* ,...., ihtM* led low. nt Lucille ntper.tlr. that the trolls
d.,wNNOTiCe I Real te ,..*. bark le Wtet MADAM FAY, PALMIST
CLARK PLEMMONS : or FlUN" PETITION: aide ., old PMtrel Reo.. Shelter and Kdm* 4 Crry Itt nd the

EU-Zag Mad..... t)7JI Phone MAta 7.51/1 I FOR rfOlU "IIICHAI\I1& 0'ADNIIIInItAfO" I...... Norlk t* yert M low' groi bees Taylor and UuUarlMau if Kavtn wasps wrtM the two to Wlnur ,.... ,,...0,.
pelat ef .katlaalet. aoialalo tat low greet CII... girl will
rub er will tike IS." P.,- TO_ At.I, ANON IT MAT ':t)"- "f one Ml sere_end ktia*.!. nun Gay and Jena Ltwi rile In t bw 4 phew" .
Ttylor .. .__.__ _
...&. Writ Atlas StwiigCeatera On Friday, February Jlfc Ik J
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tW N. ,.Iet.. Si.Paa RCA WHIRLPOOL nvwtkly tarn* wilt b* *t i ii

LEONMOBILE i II Mol]*w.d by B Bin hole


'. {.hl pq"Jona SWEEP WHITE SALE

Hew Meoex TarUUevCardiwr

lea. Ueod Treilen
FOR SALE r ... ir Wads RICHARD T. MORRIS Mia Paul Lads bed a* kfaxret
during UM weeko4 Mia.

IHa DODGE. A.Nr..a..Ie. \ W* t>. I** tiiraUM* Of Site Evils *4 TalUheee wtk

r Trad Ii ssyhhg of value REFRIGERATION I* a lUeemit at ChlpoU MItt IN FOR LOWEST PRICES

*, MertolUM.Mle .
Term. Writ .*. "!" III W. HIT COOL tEAL 9 South Jackson St. S274S48 he Ann Omen *|.4* H

Car .f Ci.....* C**>*> U. M Vi ekfU weel *4Talj 1.1 1uII- College. .t.rvgoreery

TlBM. sla Ua si'sot tilt tnMtr
break wt) lilt ,It...... Mr. bed '
I Mr. 14 Mr*. John Thomextti ON

till ..*! TeemeitiiPk4 '........Dt potittdw .,.. (er tupttlBt Bd'etrt hi atVlppiavi will !*... ftundey t. aped a
I"HH.: : I U* Segos to *.
re* IAJL M lU-Ut tad wanlt.agl.q\ .uIa tttobJ1aU4 Joo4 Msanoods.lsq
Jetiaeeje) kiet Motor Eitctn I Mra. Jetet .UU.... tees bee
t e.arun MAI* *- a4* efMAmi comps *rf ..w fifty Tears eeattttaonB pra4onu. wife ..*.. a pUot to Cadadd. C4Me

., .-t"l.oat Ja*. H. r.a. 4 It kaad>4>4* .! .mplojt)**. Do Ml pfcoo .r coat to ... I" lUepttal will retttrm u MY

WELDING SHOP M but ln win If to<*r*>tW. 9>rt.g .rpaf.oc., 094) hems la AlUpvlgw Una wekCerd INC.
D. E. ARNOLD tad otter IdOflttCtflM I .. Out Steed WIll rest ,

BJUNB'KI&GZ. ClORGIA hM4rt tig*. r... 4 atat I
shad IM ..... *f Mr*. "Snldtr-Woll Sales and Service Sati.n Always"
w.. Mo M cw.r. W. B. Co. Inc.
asd RoddtoLejry
Tob.cee kq ass. Trotlen a A W4M4...... Jr.

.. wrtIePM. Mr. and Mrs .. D. .**.- 210 West J.lftrwn St. 827-7165 QuIncy, 'Ha.r .
..... .a theme till' t'b'e c.J .-. Cam G.mgleb .ward. it. .*4 deiukfeSuit.

.. 14IS aCoflMd4o. tsar e*.lM 101...,.. *T Maceti will

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,'11!noon of January a group, all men.
I of approximately 200 PanamanIan Republicans Agriculture has naturally been I
II high school student, boy one of my prime Interest u q'
I and girls entered the Canal (Continued from Fag One) we have an area rich in the +

Zone carrying Panamanian flags, fl/t Southern Conservatives are. family farm tradition I
banner, the high school flag deserting the Democratic Party "If given the opportunity to, s vf
and provocative ilRn They ," Dodson emphasised. be returned to thl* high office,
t Ti+ta 4 Mr proceeded In a peaceful manner He went on to explain thnt I pledge rny continued effort asa
to the Governor' residence the objectives of QUO. areas full time Congressman topserve |
where they paused briefly and follow: a Republican Primary all of the people of our,,
sang the Panamanian National In Gadsden County in two great district" ; :
Anthem and then proceeded toan year, a strong county and state Fuqua served two term a* a| h j
area one block from the Bal- Republican slate In four years State Representative from Calhoun -
boa High School where they a Republican president and national County prior to taking Mal
shouted "Yankee Go Home" and administration In 1964. seat In the Congress In January,
f 1x similar slogan. Being topped "G.R.O. strongly support 1963.
s at this point by police leadersof Barry Goldwattr for president In the Congress he serves asa t .
the group stated they wishedto a* conservative Republicans who member of the powerful
go to the Balboa High School are part of the state and na- Science and Astronautics Committee w
flagpole for the purpose of raking lonal Republican organlutlon of the House and
the Panama flag on the pole We believe w* can work most servesi !
i Assistant Democratic Whip. :
beside I the U S. Flag I and to effeltively' for Sen. Goldmater p
the national anthem Five Conservative cltlten all over He was cited for his service Mp
of sing the students were allowed to Gadsden County are Invited to last >name the Florid Jaycees i 1 :
proceed to the flagpole under grow and go forward with who him one of the five
police escort In the meantime JRO. Gadsden Republican outstanding young men in Flor
ida. The
a rather large group of Balbo Organization," said Dodson. farmer 1s former the youngest dairyman Democrat and _
students and area adult bad I
serving In the
gathered. The five students in. Congresss.Serving
skied on having their ceremonyat : j. H. Boring ss state too1.1
the exact spot where these the FFA while In high ARBOR DAY OBSERVANCE Brownie Troop 102 which U sponsored by the Qula-'
he I I. a graduate of '
Continued from Pit One) the University
people were landing. Here the of Florida cy Junior Woman's Club participated in the recent Arbor Day ceremony at the;
., A. Burnt, of MirUnni, I former a veteran of
lalboa and Panama students began ., pastor of the deceased. The the Korean War.A George W. Munroe Elementary School Shown from left to right ore: Sheila Mc-

exchanging. insulting remark body was interred In HiUcrestCemetery i Presbyterian he U married. Daniel Carolyn Peacock, Gay Harris Kathy Baretich Patty Kohnlce. Cathy Math

:PROCLAMATION Mri. Frank W. Hewlett, Miami.r..ld.nt When* the police escort ordered with the J. B. Adams and bas two children. ers, Mary Ann Fernald, Robbie lean Goodson, Betty Lou Bums, Kay Vickers, Sally
of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc., Funeral Home in charge.Mr. I
Munroe and Brownie "friend" In
Ann Munroe. the
the five to return to the Boring I Is survived by a Mary foreground are Darby
flew Into Tallahassee to have a proclamation signed by larger group of Panamanian. ion, Dr. G. H. Boring, of Quincy Green (aero) and Jan freeman. Troop leaden are Mrs. Lamar Munroe Jr. (nero) and
Governor Farris Bryant starting a tree planting cam resistance was had and In the ; i daughter Mrs Roy L. 'IIIE' Mn. Albert Kohnlce. Mn. Charles Dean U the representative from the Junior Worn-
.} alqn. Shown with her It Tallahassee's own third vice ensuing scuffle the Panama flag .aslter, of Clermont, Fit; ttepdiughter m an'i Club. Photo by Martin's Studio
resident of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Mri.Maurice was torn, not by police or Bal Miss Edna Mtt /: ,.p.t -i
boa students, but by the group lox, of Atlanta; a niece, Mri. (Pt
S. Dlllingham. With the signing of the proclamation holding It J. D. Brown of Garner, N. C.; I Florida Group new programs toward this end program by Interested groups.
the Tallahassee Garden Club and clubs through- At this point the Panamanian four grandchildren and ten I I where none exist Further, the The commute will meet

nut the State have been Inspired to plant plant plant turned students and, after advanced shouting toward insults the great Active grandchildren.pallbearers were Grin- .y slit ,ewes: I II IIA Formed To Study committee up of cigarette advocate smoking the giving by again late In January or earlyIn

'speaker, presented an Illustrated Panama Canal Administration she Bishop Charlie Plttman lot of people don't like the those of any age now smoking February to begin Its study
Named talk on Girl Guiding in New Building where they began John Russell Earl Lodge, Wayne color of their 1964 Florida auto Tobacco EffectsDr. The following specific objectives
Officers Zealand Tahati and .the Fiji ,damaging American property. Belts and C. W. Harbin, all 'license tags I were agreed upon: The long double-edged "saw"1
Island where she spent three By 7:30 that evening the Pan- deacons of First Baptist All I This 1* very disappointing to Charles F. Tat Jr. of 1. Intensified professional of the sawfish exhibited at Ma.
To GS CouncilIn month as an International Vis- 'ma mob had grown to an estimated other members of the Board of Motor Vehicle CommissionerArch Miami has been elected chairman and public education programsfor rlneland of Florida la equipped
Itor for Girl Scout of the 2,000 and moved up Deacons served M honorary Livingston and Gov. Karris of a state-level committee young people. with from 24 to 32: pairs of
U. S. A. I Fourth' of July Avenue and pallbearers. Bryant They did M much want formed to study and evaluate: 2. Seek the enforcement of teeth. The uwfiah, unless pro
Tallahassee At the close of her talk, Mr. 'Kennedy Avenue to a point near car owners to be happy. effects of smoking and other law on sale of cigarettes to anyone yoked Is not considered dangerous .
Zuttman Introduced recipientsof the Ttvoll Guest House. Here Arch said tag color are chosen uses of tobacco The group held under age of 21. This law to mankind
Fred Klbllka was elected International Girl Scout Opportunities hey were repelled by tear gas Woman's Club by the commission. But he Its organizational meeting December has never been enforced.
Mri. from the Apalachee nd headed for the Ancon Railroad 17 in Jacksonville. Mem-
Vice Prealdent; makes the decision for the hue 3. Strongly recommend
Third and freight house. from Page One) ber removal Tests at Marlneland of Florida
Mrs. Samuel Bend: Mr Paul J. CoughIn Station (Continued and cries after suggestions from organizations comprising the of cigarette vending
Ralph wen elected to the! who attended the 1032: Eu- where they made an attempt to Mr. Robert Hall, Mrs W. W. many quarter committee are: 1) Florida Medical -, from health and school machines have proven that the blind.
1.. McCall Directors and Mri. charMlo Congress In Englandand burn and sack the station, warehouse Massey Mrs. Jeff Davis, Mn. Not only do suggestion com Association, 21 Florida facilities. folded porpoise can swim at
Board of 8r. was electtd -I visited Ireland and France; and freight cars. Other John Hayes, Mn. G. E. Boring from sometimes State Board of Health, 3)) high speed through a maze of
Wayne Buttram nominating: 1 Mrs. W. S. Lee who attended theGirl I elements of the mob forced their Mrs W. F. Letter, Mr. Robert he many quarter put in his two- ican Cancer Society, Amer.1 4. Promote the support of on- underwater obstacles, u .In g
to the Girl Scout Counctlof Scout Chalet In SwitzerlandIn way Into the Ancon Laundry and Armstrong and Mrs. R. R. Kin- bit .governor vision, 4) Florida Heart Association going and the establishment of echo-location (sonar. like) for
tee the of AP the aches Bend at the 1932; Mrs. William I Qulnley I I some headed for the Ancon Little cald. And among the thousand and and 8) Florida Tuberculosis 1' new anti-smoking! seminar or:_safe progress: __ ____ _
who wa an Exchange Camp Theatre and housing area.At and Health Association.Dr. .
Council Meeting on Singers appearing on this concert thousands of complaints about
Thursday 7th Annual at the Tallahassee Counselor to the French Girl' this point police were authorized I are: Marguerite Hendrix,I tar colors, there Is a report at Paul A. Mort of Jacksonville CALL US FOR FINEST
Scoot Movement In 1951; and to open fire with shotguns representative of the
Savlngi and Loan Association Maretta Bricker, France Lam- east half I dozen gripe on
auditorium. Mrs W. T Mayo representingher and revolver, hooting bert, Sandra Skeenes, Guy the higher price were received. American Cancer Society Florida PRESCRIPTIONSERVICE
daughter, Jean who attended over the head and on the Division was elected vice
officer elected were Wade, Randall Klncald The MVC says there was some
other Girl in in front of the mob. I chairman. Dr. James E. Fulg-
Mrs. Richard Guttman Tallahassee the Scout Cabana ground Hire, and Bronson Matney. uncomplimentary mall like that ?
re-elected President; Mexico In 1962.: Mr. T. A. Gilbert By 8 p.m. the mob had grown The accompanist will be La but not near such a volume. hum of Jacksonville director of
Ralph Senaabaugh, Tallahassee now living with her husband to an estimated 1,000 or 8,00 Vetra Armstrong, Ssllle Klncald Most car owner were so happy the Division of Chronic Diseases VITAMIN
Mri. SALE -
reflected First Vicepresident and family In Tens, attended and molotov cocktail came In I Lou Mlz and Sandra with the higher cost and colors FSBH who had served astemporary
; Mia Iris Storr, Tallahassee the 1949 Western Hem- evidence and were being thrown Skeenea, .hey're repainting cars to match chairman of the committee THIS MONTH! -
Second Vice liphere Encampment In Mlchlcan. against building and a numberof was elected secretary.
elected tags and letting it at that.
go : FREE MOTORFirst
Principle to the Cold Remedies
guide Need
automobile act on fire. Baby
President Mr. Robert BlngerTallahassee were Next year's tags by order A
re-elected Miss Elizabeth Robert wet At this time the U. S. Army Cookie Sale the legislature, will be In colon were outlined. The members Aid Supplies Candies DELIVERY
Tallahassee Introduced a* a Girl Guide agreed that the committee coordinate -
IL Jr. called to relieve the '
tory; and S. Jett, was upon honoring the 400th year of the
Treasurer. from New Zealand now attend- police after the mob had pene- (Continued from Par One) 'I founding of St. Augustine support and encourage
-;: Elected to the Board of DIrectors !- ing high school in Tallahassee rated approximately 400 yard chocolate mint and the shortbread Spanish red and Spanish yel- existing educational programs MASSEY DRUGS
under the Field_ Services_ designed to
were Mrs. Frank Del- u u n -- ,nro-- Into the Canal Zone where they there U a fourth kind low. I young
tor, Tallahassee; Dr. JuanlUGibson. gram threw molotov cocktail at the the milk chocolate peanut butter That Is, of course, unless something people not to start the habitof West Jefferson Street Phone MAIn 7-8211
Tallahassee; Dr. John A. Recent selectee for National home of U. S. District Judge pattle. It I I. hoped that this addition foreseen happen to causea smoking_and help, develop
Griffin, Tallahassee; Rev. Ray Opportunities to attend All Guthrie F, Crowe, doing torn will add up to "More change of color to Communistic
..Tlndali, Tallahassee:; Mr*. Char- Stale Girl Scout Camp this damage. Cookies, More Camping!" Red and Capitalist Yellow
; kt Smith, and Mri. Henry summer Miss Dabney Miller Sporadic shots were hear. While camping equipment and
.Warner; Mn. Leland Fry and and Mill Esther Guttman both apparently coming from buildings limited funds for campsite de- I ROOMDIVIDERCELLARETTEand
b. Wilson of Perry; Mn. of Tallahassee were introduced in Panama City near the velopment an earned through FORESTRY REPORT I
":;Joseph Hull of Marianna; and Zonal border. The paper stated Cookie Sale, the Girl Scout
.Jlrs. Harold Quackenbush andtin. Mn. 0. Lamar Munroe, Jr. that at no time did the Zonal Council of the Apalache Bend The Gadsden County Forest
Walter Saffran of Apalach- attended the Council Meeting police enter the Republic of receive its operating fund in Service report no wood fire
kola. Tallahassee a* a delegate Panama, Three American were Gadsden County from the Quln this year. It has been reportedthat RECORD CABINET
t: Mr*. John Laub of Perry was killed by the snipers. Many others c, United Fund and from the six fire burned 88.1 acre
ilected iO--.erv- the Nominating Canal ZoneContinued were Injured by stones,, Girl Scout Campaign held annually during this period last year
Committee bricks end other objects. In Chattahoochee, Operating The rainfall. for Quincy Is .80,
X Mn. H. Mack lAw of Pan. Canal Zone Gov. Robert J. fund provide program Rosedale i* .90, H.vanill 1.10
Pms City and a member of the ( from Page One) Fleming Jr., commended the camping and staff services to 1 and the county average I* ..87.Phone |I HAS A FULLY FINISHED BACK....
Girl Scout Region VI Committee lilt them to the paper and to outstanding performance of duty troop: leader resources; trainIng HEAVY
conducted the Installation friend to let you know just by the police officer and the and on-the-job help; and
of officer and member of the what element of people are personnel of the Fir Division aide In extending and maintaining SLIDING PANEL DOORS... SOLID TOP
Board of Director causing this and Just who we who loyaly and courageously opportunities to girl.
." R. D. Woodward, Jr. 1* now keep giving In to. As you notice served long hour without relief. PROTECTEDCOMPLETE
serving u the Finance Chair- they are Just Ilk wild animal He poke of the maturity displayed Smith I WITH GENUINE
'"nan and member of the Board Our school kid did NOT start by nearly all Panama Dorsey 18pc. BEVERAGE SET
ft Director' for the Council. this. It wa planned for a little Canal employees, both United I MAIa 7-8111
State and Panamanian, who (Continued from Pat One)
Mrs. Guttman presented Mn. later but this little episode gave I (
stayed with their job and kept tlon and automobile business asa
Betty Tonga of Perry with an them an excuse to jump the FORMICA
:engraved bronze Girt Scout gun. Our kid were very orderly ships transiting and other essential salesman. Thurs. FrU Sat, o
he I
known to his
Coney, a*
,statuette In appreciation of her 1 supporting operations on I
leadership in Girl Scouting in "The mob got pretty close to ,schedule. friend, la 46 years of age, a Jan. 10. II Feb. 1
veteran of World War II with
'Taylor County before and aft- our house, we have found out. I ,
service In the
the organlutlon of the area iVe Americans do not dare go over years THE PRIZE
t'lr FathersContinued United State H discharged
Scout Council. and for her Into Panama. Tell mother Mr*. : City chief '
as machinist
.dedicated leadership as a Vice G. L. McCall) the fighting wa mate He la an active memberof Starring Paul Newman
President, President, Member right down on 4th of July (avenue ( from Page One) the Flnt Methodist Church Elks Sommer
-W the Board of Directors and ), right on up to the TlvolL of Cbattahonchee, when' he has I
-.Trainer during the seven years yt course It was also Into the on second and final reading was served on the Board of Stewards I
.the area Girl Scout Council Zone at the Laundry and that postponed to a later date depending He I also '
an active member -
SaU Feb. 1
served, the to letterto
:ftai section. on reply e of Chattahoochee'i Gee
A Certificate of Appreciationqras "We art sale and fin but I pension specialist. The Lodge 21, Free and Accepted DOUBLE FEATURE
presented to Mn. W H. want to leave this place more Commission heard a request Mason I
7 Baker and Mr*. Paul J.: Cough- than ever now. Don't think from City Manager Harbert District three I I. composed of THE PRIZEAIM 0
"Jin was given special letter of there will ever be a good feeling Gregory for adjustments In the Sycamore, Chattahoochet. Mt '
appreciation. Both hold the between us and them now." City Budget for 1063-84. Since Pleasant and '
"Thank Badge the highest In n. article in "Spillway"I the request was not complete but the Hardaway office Is voted precincta ._ 1'I
I Ttward given to Girl Scout adult entitled "What Really Happen final action was delayed until on county-wide. BEAST OF THEAMAZON ( 1
SS Mr*. Robert._ Wtdgery,_guest_ed" it wa revealed. that on the next meeting. I I
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A of each dollar she isHERS Fuqua I
II part earns (Continued from Pare One) Sun Mon Feb. S. I
Representative in the Congress ::1.
I believe our to be a great district I THE RUNNING i
,as primarily agricultural In o, w T ,.
r,, its economy and the site of our I, MAN U
State Capitol and excellent educational -
Institutions, along with
priceless natural resource. | Shirring
lid +'t A I* "In the little over a year In Lee lemlck
whlcii! I have been privilegedto
serve the people of our dls.

i1r l8,.. trlct them, I honestly have tried and to forthrlghtly.represent TUB, Wed Feb. 4. I 4 1 .

Using Independent Judgment. I
have tried to represent our district *'
on the basis of what I felt
Susanna plesbett
was beat for our nation, state Starring 1
: and district. 1 believe these to Ty Hardln ,
I be critical time In our nation ,
: II II I history, demanding the best
which each of us ha to give.
+ I "I hive given of my utmost to COMING! Shelf-fitted"
; II; see that our national strength McUNTOCK I- I forcoevenient

V I la the most powerful possible, so storage of glasiwe,
: that w* can preserve our freedom With Job Wayne
and remain a bulwark for I
I,the preservation of freedom for, II
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