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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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64, NO. 7 QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY,-.FLUHUAKY IS, 1964 __ PER. COPY: TEN CENTS
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Armed Robbery Committee Named '


r Attempt Foiled Advisory



a Saturday Nigh!

Level-headed thinking on the

,tsr + part of Mrs. Glenn Klngry foiled !

last an Saturday attempted night armed robbery For Junior College Survey

Mr. Klngry, an employee at
the newly-opened Jitney Jr..
went of Quincy, was talking on
the phone about 10 o'clock Saturday ..

Suddenly evening.1 young Negro with Thos. Memorial Essay ContestIs ;Joint Meeting

a white handkerchief tied
'
around his face stepped up to Sponsored By 'All Civic Clubs
the counter and ordered Mrs Choir To s
Kingry "to hang up the phone.:' Utilities Assn.
'1 thought he was joking until Auend'I' I Next I Monday

h* shoved a gun at me," said Music F A statewide envy contest for
hire Klngry, "1 screamed and Junior and senior high school
told Mrs. Roselle Kenney who The Thomas Memorial Bartl t students on the subject, "What Sen. Melton Slated
t 1 was on the phone to call the Church Choir will I be a participant : I Municipal Ownership of Elee- At Guest Speaker
is .,dAt, police- later she told me she In the Stale' Music Festival trio Utilities Means In My
.t. thought 1 was joking. Then I 1 planned at I 30 Saturday City," was announced today by t Luncheon Planned
screamed again and told her to afternoon February IS at the the Florida Municipal Utilities
call the police," Mrs. Klngry First BaplUt Church In Terry. A.IIt I.llon.Siudeni. Civic clubs from Chsttshoo

said. The Festival/ Is aixmaored by who attend high Ghee, Greenabom. Havana, and
In the meantime the armed ,the Department of Music of the schools In areas served by a Quincy will meet with membersof
man became frightened and ran Florida Baptist Convention. municipal utility, or living withIn S the Gadnden County Chamberof
out of the store The (choir, under the direction the service area of the ullly I
SENATOR SCOTT KELLY breakfast his home Officers from the Quincy Public of Myron Smith and accompanied will be elglble to compete: Commerce next Monday to
spoke at a Thursday In town
meeting Safety Department appeared bylIMa! Sandra officials ...Id.A hear the tint facts released In
of Quincy. Discussing campaign strategy with Sen. Kelly are !from left to right C. minutes later. Mrs Kenney Skeenes and Mlai Ann Chester, MO U S. Savings Bond will the chamber's drive to bring a
W Harbin of Glenn BevU of and Tallahassee Sen. Hal A. realized Mrs. Klngry wam'l be awarded for
Quincy Quincy Kelly, are able to participate" because first prlie. A Junior college Into existence In
Davis Quincy attorney and Billy Bishop of Tallahassee. Photo by Martini StudioMother's Joking and Immediately notified of the grade which they received $25 bond will go to the _d- Jadaden County The luncheon
the authorities.At .
In the Awoclatlonal Music place winner Deadline for all meeting will be held at the
preat-tlm the Negro had Festival. The Church Choir Is entries la May 1, 1904. Members American Union Home In Quln-
not been found.Colored the only group attending how of the tansy Contest Com- Miss Donna Dlrkenaon
ry, starting promptly at 1 p.m.
-- ever the Junior Choir of the mltlee of the Florida Municipal
March For Dimes church received ruling which Utilities Association will be Principal speaker for the
Group would have allowed them to ben udges.. All decisions will be Miss Dickenson meeting will be Senator Q T.
final tellon, chairman of the Junior
the State' Festival The
Church. Choir received an overall Essays, not to exceed 1,500 : College Advisory Board. Sen*.
Makes Will In'Jeanie' tor Melton will outline the
Request grade of A while the JunIor words will be Compete pro-
judged on the cedurei which need to be fol

Drive Here Tonight At Six To Commission Choir the slate revelved meeting a II, rating.In choirs. bull, compmltton of knowledge and of neatness the subject Contest owed In of requesting a Junior college the estab.liahment aa*

are not competing one with the entries may be typed or written well as outline the pouibtecoats
A group of Stevens Elementary other Earls la graded upon I" longhand on one tide only lulu Donna Dkkensnn, a soprano and the ultimate benefit
School PTA members appeared their ability to comiirehend' of a standard lit x II sheet will be representing the Thou appointed by the Coun.y .
"Please get your dimes quarters at the Monday night sing and Interpret the anthem of paper All entries must con.lain Quincy Music Club In the School Hoard to serve on the
bills or checks ready meeting of the City Cornmls- which they have chosen to UM the name, address school ,"Jeanie With The Light Brown advisory committee to represent
becauie tonight the mothen z Early PTA Work don with a request that something The age of the choir, the age and grade of the contestant' ,Hair" audition Saturday, February Uadidni County In connectionwith
inarch" be done to protect Negro nt the church the site of the 1 The FMUA la sponsoring IS at the Stephen Cotter effCM-IS to secure a junior
Mrs. J. E. Corry, local 1964 1 a Miplls at the Intersections of church and the choir, and the this contest In an effort to In- ,Memorial, White Pprlnga. college for Jadsden and Leon
National Foundation Mothen Here Is RelatedThe Live Oak and Robert Streets musical program of the churchare ereit more students In their The winner of the 11th annual counties are: The Rev John M.
March Chairman reminds arearesidents and the Seaboard Railway crossng considered In the grading oral governments," City Manager contest will receive 11MX lywater, Richard J. Gardner
that plans have been work done by the original and spur tracks. which they will receive at the M. W Pat) Thomas ofLeennurg scholarship and the coveted William S. IJodIOII, Mitchell H.
made for most homes to be visited members of the Quln-y P.TA James T. Crutcher, a Negro State Festival. said Jeanie" title Th. four run- Drew, and Wm. Bradley Mun-
between the hours of six for malarla-atrtckened and undernourtahed minister and spokesman for the Thomas, chairman of the Esay -. nen-up each will be awarded$2M roe, "lullltJl L W. Ik-arb.mullh,
and eight o'clock with a few r school children group, staled that the childrenat Committee, add student ) scholarships Chattaham hee; and C. Fred An
areas being visited In the afternoon was outlined by Mrs L 1.. Willis times crawled under train Health Care I may obtain Information on the The colorful event which la notion, llavana, ,
hours. first president, st the Havana a* they stood across the roads. subject by contacting their local 1 nonaored by the Stephen Foster Mitchell Drew, chairman of
Monies collected will be tal- PTA. Founder's Day lie requested that policemen or electrle utility manager, In Memorial Cemmlaalon In he chamber's Junior College
lied at the Jefferson House meeting Tuesday evening. guards of some kind be posted Program BeginsThe addition, many cities publlih cooperation with the Florida Committee points out that lien- ,
Restaurant where the marching The guest speaker stressed there at the morning and after first session of the Medical annual reports which may be Federation of Munlo pubs la aloe Melton U the state, mo lqualified
that the first health work In
lehool hours
mothers will be greeted with Self-llelp' Training preparewai Continued on Pale Nine open to young women who have speaker on the lun.ect .
the Quincy school was carried Mayor E, W. lllnaon staled
coffee. advanctar enough a* vocalInll and their preliminary due
conducted Tuesday afternoon
out by members of the Education that the ;
City was deeply concerned -
wishing to contributeand to give\ creditable >earancr cuaalon have revealed exciting
Anyone Department at the Canning Center ap|
the
of Woman'aClub and had dlscuaaed the
not contacted by eight IMPORTANT DATEThe on radio TV and al eon- itatlstlcs for county realdenls U
with Mrs. A. Love several Is cooperativeeffort
M. matter on orcanlons. lie The program a
o'clock can have his contribution serving a* chairman. said right of way markers had of the Office .f Civil\ World Day of Prayer' cert perfortnanrei. talk about have '
the The IIW4 audition which will dlavuaalons
by calling Preliminary
picked up "The advisability of starting been placed there for pedestrians Defense, the U. H. Public _
observed by all chunlie
House at 6274500. lie held In the auditorium of the been held with the county
Jefferson a P.T.A. here was soon seen," but no promise ofpollt't'm.n Health Service and the Council 1
gave
will be held at the Khelfer .
eonunte.siwars
Corry stated "Mothers Foster Memorial Carllllun Tower school board, county
Mrs. I
I
Mid Mrs Willis. "The Quincy to direct he chtl on National Security of the Memorial Chapel of the Cen.tenary .
will be that and legislativeleaders
close followed county
especially
feel I van-
everywhere !
P.T.A. Medical Association
was organized March 21. dren. 11. explained that; thepuce American .
Methodist Church
to the March of Dimes for the 111211 tomorrow Ing with Ihs Annual Jeanie Hal\ all of whom will attend.
of the
with 17} members, she force City wa Wedlral! Belt-Help I I. bellIeS
now I afternoon at I At that time the winner will be the Monday _tine.
to protection children fnU polio. With I. L.bar. Jr. continued.Mrs. limited and placing a man there on what to do when professionalcare o'clock. The service will' be announced.Mis The Hat of county clubs which
Willis said the would just about take his .
.
organization up for
available aa e
U not
In mind ask I conducted Jointly by the DlrkensM .the daughter will be represented at the meet.
this victory we you
established tick full day's tour of duly lie directed -
t room dated Mrs. Audrey
to support our efforts tonight E. L. Suber Jr. with a nurse In attendance to City Manager Herbert tended Hancock period Public Health', women of all the churches of Mrs. Mae Pearl Dlrkentu Ing Include the Chalthooch:.
In the hope that some of the give anplrln to the children Gregory to make study to see In the area. Offerings will of Qulnry, waa laat year's winnerof and Nurse who Is the Inatruclor
problems of birth defects and tick with malaria "That's all If It wai feasible to erect ttaf be given te missionary:: projects the Farm llureau Stale, Talc! birth Senior>> and Junior the
childhood arthritis prevention Seeks ElectionAs w. had to give them then," she fie lights at the dangerous The program eonalats of 11 abroad and In the Unit.cd eat Con lei t. At present, she Ia Klwanls Club from Uriw
and treatment nay soon be explained. crouln,. lesson and must cover It hours States. freihinan studying voice al bore, Havana and Quliwy; the

solved." "W. also did all we could to Chief i. W, Kalre said that he of Initrwtlon. Not' more than J"I..orldlIt.. .. University, Uon from ChaltahoochM and.
enroll In each ---- -
20 ----
Tax Collector had Investigated the crossing people may Quincy; Jaycee from tnaua.hoochee
Patty May .local teenage see that undernourished children I State FairShade-
elaas. and Qulnryt and the
Dimes Chairman, announcedthat were fed,* she told her utma time ago and had been, _. -
this week's young psoplesactivities E. L. Saber Jr. a native of audience. told by Carl E. Rude of the The schedule for the claaaes Uualneta and Professional Women *
.. Nine which will be held In the Canning Pilot Club and Carhange
Mrs. Wllll by waa Introduced
highlighted announced
were Gadaden County formally -
._ _._ Center are a* follows: Club, all of Quincy. I* addltlos
by Mrs. -
the placing of 1M4 posters and this week that he will George McEwan, program Tobacco ExhibitIs
It and the UnddeeCounty
February of
Tuesday members
sll
coin collet-tors In local businesses be a candidate for Tax Collector chairman.Flue County 4H'ersAt
March 10 from 2-9 e'clock -- Chamber of Commetteare
by the Junior ExchangeClub of Cadaden County.
Thursday February 20, February I urged to attend.
headed by Robert Lodge, Suber graduated from Greensboro Tobacco State FairEight 27 and March I, 2-1 Adinlaalon to the lunch will
president. Original poster for High School In 1B38 and o'clock. be IIS. Ch.mbPrnImbtr.*,
: |
use In Quincy High are being attended the University of Florida Growers Meet Gadaden County 4.. Attracting Attention I j jHr. who are not member of the
computed by student council where he was a member of are taking part at the Florida haled civlo club, are asked t.
members, under the leadership Delhi Tau Delta Social fraternity State Fair In Tampa today, tomorrow District Church rail the chamber office thus
.f Eddl. Taylor. On February 18 and Saturday know
I, Bernard Dark week to let the committee
In 1830 Suber married the Tobacco grower from the Will Maxwell and Anne Huber Who will set 0111101111'1'0 first who will attend and be able II
3 Local GolfersTo former Mlis Esther ftchow of state' flue-cured belt will hold will act a* host and hostess In Conference Set Thla I II a quentlan often dlanuased I arrange table and fond accord
the State 4-!! Exhibit and all .
st. Petersburg and the couple heir lib annual Stablllutlon by Qadtden County farmers ngly. The phone number fhe
the 4-1!'ers will he host and The annual conference: ef Dl- ".
In has three children, Mr* Sallytlchardwm Dlatrlct Meeting In Lake City, Well, the Kitenalon mothers' chamber 137."
Participate senior st Auburn hostess In the Gadaden County trlct IV, Preabylerlan of FlorIda -
a ---
on Tuesday
February II, at the who try our farmers
University, Johnny, a Lake City booth. Synod of Florida, will meetat 1I'.s": :
Armory beginning at well 1 research findIng Sheriff EdwardsAt
Pro-Am Event On Saturday they will take the Oretn Preabyterlaa
freshman at Valdosta State 2.30 p.m. The state's f luewedgrower and better method have
College and Andy, a ninthgrader part In the annual 4-11 ClubDay Church: en February
Three have are represented on ICItJi not only set out a shad ef to-
Quincy golfers
at Quincy. Mr. Suber Is a Stabilization' program Jeynean Wond- 20. Registration begin at Stato Meet
Board of Directors bens but It's lied and attracting
been Invited to play In a up -
pro- Buber will receive
and Bob
bery BlOEitT.
!reporter on the Cadsden County -
by Billy W. 11111 of Jasper. thousands of visitors|
amateur golfing event at Panama Individual .11 Achievement Sheriff and Mr. Oth M.
City Country Club on February Times, Hill has served on the Board awards. Participating\ on the protram dally al the Slate Fair In Tam ward were In attendance at
22 and 23. The local For the past two year Suber contlnuoualy since KM. Local selected to attend of the day will be Mrs. pa. Kstonalnn: worken Use he reeeat meeting of the roar.Ida
players are Ken Markham, Dan has been associated with the Pat I L. T. Weeks of Raleigh General the youths special fair day ..ndrdllt'.IIon.1 It. L, Tllghmsn, Riverlera turn keeping the booth end Hherlff Auorlailea !.
Miller. and Tom Cumble. Suber Insurance Agency.Subet I Manager of the tobacco Include leach, president of the Florida answering the many queallona arkaonvlll. Kd Blackburn Jr
Among outstanding professional I who lives in Sawdust,, cooperative, along with 1>lreo- leynean WoodMo.program! .,. Jean Jordan Synodlral who will give themeditation asked them. A twenty five foot of Tampa, wa elected, presidentat
golfers with whom area ,wa formerly a shad tob.ecogrower tor Hill emphasized the economic Ann. Suber, Barbara Me- on "Chrlatlan Wor- tobacco: shade la the center of this meeting,
"
amateurs will be paired are and packer I effect of tobacco upon Pbaul Will Maxwell, Bob ....- hip,. the enhlbll. complete with overhead Sheriff. Edward I I. e past
Julius Borui, U. S. Open champion I H* 1* a member ef the Highland the rlori total.. economy of Northern ber, Bob wing and William M... E. B. Kor.1, T.Uahaa.es., Irrigation, yellow treat president of the aorUUoj aid
Hebert Hunting Club and attend' They aim pointed up president of Florid Presbyteral. ed cloth and living tobacco
for 1863; Jay former Vkker .has been a member of the board)
P. G. A. champ; Jay's brother th. Centenary MethodistChurch. Lionel; Gardner Dlckenon..Ir. County Agent and Mr. Shirley for the Hew Revised Plan of Or- A lugs selection of cigars I.years. ftherlff. and Mr* Edwards .
. ., Dow Flnsterwald Mason "If honored by being elected Barbara Cravenn T, Clark Aoria ant Home Demonstration ganliallon for tile Womei of wrapped with Usdaden County returned to Quincy 14
Rudolph Dave Ragan, Jr. Tony to> this high end most Important lent, will aocor Lh. Church and bring the calendar wrapper are displayed and 110 Friday,
Lenu Bo Wlnnlger Tommy office I promise to always render pail' the 4-H'er. of event for the year, gar are paaaed mil to smokers _
[[ FSU
Bolt Johnny Potts and Bob efficient, courteous and Honorary - a.-- Mr*. 8. W. Anderson Panama only, at certain Interval. ...
Xosburg. friendly service to the MI.. Barbers JanetU Craven, City, member of the Board of .have switched to cigars .n'l(IBarbquFPlanned
Pairings will be made for one ers of Cadaden County.talpa'.1. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. M Quincy PTA W_.'* Work will present the Brrea) Smith many more are toying with

.f the two days, Saturday orSunday promise to personally keep Graven of Quincy, wa Initiated tCe.Ua ed aw Fate false. Idee.A" Kelly
using the ..matMJr'llI.ndle.p regular office hours a* thl' Into Gamma Gamma Chapter of Meets TuesdayA .. Music DirectorAt old-faihhmed amolebouMwith .
.
A !honoring enatotKcotl
as a guide and then will be my sole occupation: PI Omega Pt.. lbs National Business country cured tarns, Me Barbeque
lots. stated Mr. Saber Education discussion and film dealing Exchange Hears ConferenceByron meat ssusag, wash pot and Kelly and hi* family will
drawing .Jutr.'l, on with. ",Ire Safety I* Our, rratkllM atop lies the busiest be held Tuesday. evening. Feb.
It la reported that some thirty -- Wednesday Florida Stale, al Schools have been planned for FFA MembersF Smith, Minister ef' C.lr....", A eilnlalur tobacco rusry II at 110 p mat the
golfer from Bainbrldga, Many Attend University. the Quincy Schools PTA meeting 'Musts of the Thomas Memorial bars filled with lobatw. sweet UadMlen County Livestock Pa
One of
with their wives, are planningto Unction of the this most Important Tuesday night February.1 FA. Work and What f.F.A.ifetn Baptist Church. I* attending the potato** produced .,y In* late I vlllon la Quincy
attend the event. Breakfast Held to onus and foster fraternity business sdwstlon Is- IS it 7.19 la UM school audi Te Me," was discussed Nation Wide Conference ef Drew Hair of Gret.... large The barbwqu la being spoav
torium. by Way*. Johnan, William Southern Baptist Musician lLoulavtlle bin ef sore and pumpkin and cored by friend In Leo and]
Dr. Cannon Talks'For Sen. national as JeveL a local SUM and Mrs. W. L. Montague, program Coler, Doyle Forehand Tommy Kentucky Oil* week a lounge for Uadade* County ,Uadxlin Count!** who are .to.
KellySenator chairman, said the Sixth Grade SfliHk and Tommy Ilowell I Mr Smith le but one ef i folk visiting UM fair *om|>lt* teretted In helping elect: lisp,
Members Of I Scott Kelly, of Lakeland Chorus will present several a*. QII.1I1C'.I'.A.. members, at the number of Ihea M\lSI...,. of the exhibit.lloyl Kelly Governor ef the Mate .f
To UnderwritersTo lection during the evening. Etchings Club meeting last ,Mual from florid atundlng: Weodbery, formar Cads- Florida.
met with a group ef Quincy Ctrl Scant will den
serve M Wednesday.Following County resident
Kiwanis ClubDr. I and Gadadea County businessmen sltur, the talk the first held Conference Is the ef thIs* head ef the lUv-a-Tampa but Cigar BOW 1 Everyone I In the, two county
Hear Larson _. Tommy type ever *MV > are t* Invltod to some and
Thursday morning to -y-- lowell end 1 Industry say this exhibit I* the
Tommy Smith
played tins.The
B. c._. made' 1Ie"1 meet ftsnator Kelly and fell
WUllam
inspiring' organise Gadaden musty support J. U Larson State CUMBIE Iwo icleetton *a the elee-. purpose ef th* eoftveatlooI best at the fair, Many days el
and lamlly.
an Interesting for his campaign to gala and Insurance =1 vie guItar and drum to bring Into cloM contact I planning and work gw into an
the TO STATE BOARD
of Quincy y
talk to member the democratic aununalioa for will speak II the Gadidea The Inlrodured the leader ."f th. Convention C.U.; ... .. Pass Ntoal
vme WM
at Ihe regular
Klwanls Club govereor. I ty Association ef Ufe T M Cumble local drugglal and tbs MiniMrs At The Leaf
at the by Murray Laagfard. advlaur for Millie program *-
weekly meeting House.Monday Dr. C'MOD, Approximately M people met writers Tuesday, twelve .Coua-I was reelected vice ideal at .. Quincy" F r JL Chapter and ef Mnlff There will be leteaatve -, DISTRICT RALLY
Jefferson for the breakfast held n Qu1.ey. Ktttrelf Restaurant the State Board ef Health at Maannual I'.,. the effective Week
.. Introduced by Her. E. hash ... chalmaai ef the Ithange rla M* In SLATED SUNDAY This
aa ef CcatonaryMethodlrt Sen. Kelly spoke briefly Larson t* one ef the eldest meeting In JackeoaeubrSdsrday Club.Richard. u" ef church musk la tile beat
Philpot. pastor who was to the group m his first trip and best knew state .. and Kunday.Thi I Church and beUernent of the The Tallahassee UutrUI: Youth Lilt Theatre attraction for
Church, Markham bark to hla home tow since olftcers and the local I* fumble* IMh term at director* ef etch. *>usl* pro Rally will be held al I .',Iue II the coming week Include 7M
first presented by chairmaii.K* Dr.- making the announcement that W fortanale U ka big kin rice president ef the Board efwhich Ashley ./..... ftunday aftemram, February II Man Who Knew Teo Mach*
prograni the he would seek the _llIIItIoIL pear here ID view .. BUS a he has here a member la addKto to tile many tsar at M. Faul's Methodist Church: tarring James Strait and
Cannit of* dean la) Alt u V Following the breakfast, plans ed speaking trhed I*. for IS yean.Fomtrf. 'Receives Honor aands W anxlrt* a from churches Tallahaiaee. ,fin,. Day pow The Trouble
School were asad for Kelly to visit there aloe way be mualral The awig service will be led With Harvey" starring Shirley
and SB this \week conducting at Centenary a Quincy and Cadadeo County w FIRST BAPTIST jMt Report I IT '" Richard Ashley" Qvlnry groups from many BaptM College by the Me. Thomas Kelsey.I I'Mae Lain. today and Friday. On

Jl"atblJlaloe Church. February It after qualifying >e Cadaden. County Ferntry'High School woke, ha* b .a and each W Uk* BaptM] tutor ef the tosses Kills Metfe.dlat slag Friday evening Buck
) 'ihodist the address by Dt.Can. .\[the rte U Tallahassee. Plans SUNDAY SERMONS Service l report 00 wood tire anted tint alternate app ln&o ....,.1tIeI. Church la Preceding... Her. Stacy elPv / far a joist meeting u the Cad- The He., Thomas L ::. awning I acre to Ihe neat mean '-' t* Weal Feint by DM F.. During lae pt els lawrth' .. by tile Moatlr.Ue MVF"llevtonaajy doled tress I JO 530. sawn
JackaoovlUe who to rent seeds doe County aid Leos County pastor af me First day.. Number ef wend fire*aqua/ VnHed State* strpreiewta- while Mr. Smith ha* been MM-' *,* day eVmble feature will loeludUM *
far the special Methodist campaign ergaalutkma eo the Chan*, win eootiBM the store January 1 ef |kl* year.bogies-1 i later ef UM>* M the Thoma Guest aceaUr will W the Eyed Jacks" starring Mar
errke*. agog a aoto. -It la N. evening *f the URh were art lad .a -I... Ltfe And OwV feav add up to 2, burning. 14 acre. alemertal Baptist Church, the Rev. Paul Stewart First Mta r ton Brando plum "Rlflfl la Tow
Secret What Cod Can Do." 1U- I central loratlo for the menIng day moralM. IU aermai will !Number ., wnsd fire at tanuwas i A* first alurMlrr, be I Y aee- enukal program ha* coairlnued dial Ckurch to retry y*.* Slated fur Sunday, X-
wants members and guests towed will be aaneuen* u the be entitled Term ef .....1arIt -: lime year a.. totaled 1, Mot m lion u the prmelpal apsew > to grow. Presently, Mr, Smith At this time the 'dlatrkt: .. day and Tuesday, "Four FofTanas.
to tile cbonts st Be.. ..Ipll', sear future.Atumdtng. ,." burning Ml acre I Taila= .. Dull tress I* a honor at Florid State ta- ellmUatloa. tested a "Upeak, ." starring Frank Sinatra,
lavttaUoa.Ktwaniasi. theca, tram At the evening service M?. Rainfall m Qotoey for the WInII"Jor t, to Mow' KdealVMi. Ip: for Year Faith" will be buss Martin and Aalia Ekberf,
Coy Wade, pastor he Lewi rewsty er a tutloe Ctttme'* aersaos. -rats T*. peel meet ewrated 170- Base j Richard was rkew em the IU I* a member W till held. Martlag Wednesday '"... On
II Thomas Memorial BaptM were Billy Bishop aid Glean 1'.m be based as) the date I JIJ:; Havana, ***, MIl'hauls ef M namMaUMi and hi* UatveriUr Mttirr and tile Male. MI...vujth m the area >" aged Darting/ atarrlflf Doris Day
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I!: TWO CADSDEW COUNTY TIMaff, QUINCY FLORIDA TICTBSDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1964
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Florida State Fair la outstanding
TOO LATE County Receives
and It la a show you don't want
to mlii. There la a D.wnell.bout
TO CLASSIFYBy It that 1* breath taking Racing Money
and there la fun, frolic and State Comptroller Ray E.
Buuell Kay enUrUlnment for every member Green said recently checka for
I of the family The Atlantic $32.000 from the race track tax
Th. 58th annul Florida State
Coast Line baa scheduled
ape fund are being milled to each
Fair opened recently with the clal trains for OaiiparUU day of the 17 countlea.
.
Inert show In IU/ hlltol'). At.ndance nerving Bradenton, Sarasota,
held In spite of The comptroller laid the
up Bartow, Winter Haven, Lakeland -
: payment hat year for the same
bad atirtinf weather, and all and Intermediate polnU
Indlcatloni point to a record Check your local ticket office' month was 120,000. Total pay
smashing aecond week. menu made to counties thus far
The annual QaaparUla Pint thla year la $82,000. or $10-
Invasion[ and colorful patade Mrs. Scott, 47, 000 more than received by the
win occur Monday, February 10 counties for the same periodlast
.
with state and local dlfnturlei Passes Hero year.DIVORCE
reviewing the parade from th.
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RECORDING
grandstand Tommy at Stalner'a the fair topnotch jroundi Mre. Arnel Aline Scott 47, of, Sheffield, England It la a
K.CA. Rodeo supported by Jack Quincy died at 810: Friday new wilt when you can divorce
Lord, the Stoney Burke of teltriiton morning, February 7 at theGadaden your wife by phonograph

IS YOUR BEST TIME TO BUY A with aUra throughout spectacular participating.fame the, will big second be time featured Evening rodeo week yean Mra.Born Scott ago.In County Seminole jnoved She' wee HoaplUl.to County Quincy tsop1Will Ga 26, record.on man Syed a, I record native Mohammed of these Aden Abdul words,recorded:Reh-"I

performances will start at 7:30 wife and s member of divorce thee, I divorce thee, I
p.m. and matlneea Tuesday, Baptist Church. I divorce tbee."
Thursday and Friday at 1 Funeral services were eon- He sent the record to hit Arab
ZENITH TELEVISION SETOr Big Car Championship 1': ducted at > o'clock Saturdayafternoon wits In Aden and, under Moslem -
Races will be featured Sunday, at the Free Will Bap-I law, that was enough for a
Feb I, Wednesday, Feb. 12 and tilt Church with the Rev.Wayne. divorce. He later married a girl
Saturday, Feb. 19 starting at HickS officiating. Burial followed :I from England.If .
1:30: In the HUlcreat Cemetery
- p.m.Otb.r events Include the elaborate with the J. B. Adams Funeral' children could name themselves -
Illuminated Latin Amert- Home in charge of arrange.Survivors there would be some
any other TV set for that matter, because after AprU First all TV sets WILL COST YOU MORE TO caa/Ybor City night parade menU, : changea nude.READY.
Thursday night u a climax to Include her hue-
PURCHASE. After that date all be International Day which ...llIte.th. band, Raymond Lee Scott,'
sets must equipped with an Ultra High, Frequency (UHF) tuner in foreign exhlblta of Finland, Quincy; two d.ughteri, )lrl.

addition to the usual channels 2 thru 13 that know about Belgium, France, Japan and Dorothy Trlmm, Orlando, and MIX
we now. UHF consists of an additional 70 channels Italy that make up the filr'a Mre. Gloria White, Gambler,'
International Ohio; mother and father, Mr.
14 thru 83. Now, UHF Is not new but IT JUST PLAIN WASN'T GOING OVER WITH AMERICAN scheduled expoaltion.Alao for Thura- and Mra E. B. Crow, Quincy; CONCRETECONCRETE
four brother, Clarence, Joseph
day ta the annual parade of
TV BROADCASTERS AND THE PUBLIC. After exploring, various ways to make It go, over,the F.C.C.. beef champions which will be Julius and Berry Cross, Quincy, and
Cross
staged if A p.m. In the Uveetock of Sneadi; four *
which is the governing body for television broadcasting decided that the best way to encourage, U.HT. be :presented arena when to prize awards winning will deters Quincy,, Mra.Mrs. Ruby Maggie Mitchell Joey,,

stations to go on the air was to create the audiences for them. The FCC then proposed, and the Con cattle Those who vlalted the fair the iewett Thomaavllle; Lake, Oa City, ,Mra.and Katie Mrs.

gress, passed this "All-Channel Law." The National Association of Broadcasters estimates the entire nation and first delight week eipreeaed at the many surprise Improvement alx Ivy grandchildren.Conrad, Jackaonvllle; and BLOCK

will be viewing these UHF channels by 1972 my arithmetic is bad but believe that's about B grounds and* evidenced buildings together In the John Serving Paulk aa, pallbearers Johnnie Vauie were,
with more beautiful Larry Parrtah, Gerald Tolar, *
and t
yean from now BUT WHAT ABOUT NOW? WHAT ABOUT HERE IN GADSDEN COUNTY? preulve state and county exilblta ray- Riley WUaorf and O. V. BayeaMonkeya .
ouUUnding art and Oakland Concrete
. lower ahowa and the new electrical
expoiltlon. left In the su bProducts Company
tropic jungle along the Silver
19S4 A brand Florida new State feature Fair of la the the old River Tarzan during movie the liming have multiplied of an AUea John Boettck Thomaon cad

HOW WILL IT AFFECT US? Fashion spectacular afternoon shows woman'a will and be evening world.It.aC.dtlch :it Florlda'a and on are Silver the now Jungle Sprlnga.the featureittractlon ua.1, these MAta 7-MN

with lovely modela preaentlag .
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latent In women a wear.
Ninety foot glut show cases NEED A GOOD PLUMBER
throughout the building will
The primary signal area for UHF Is much less than VHF actually about 10 to 15 miles with fringe eupplement the atyle shows I IN A BIG HURRY
which. occur at frequent Inter- REASONABLE COST?
reception from that distance to 25-40 miles depending on conditions. How many cities within a 25 mile Vila.A aenutlonal helicopter tripeie .

radius of half million dollar TV Station? Tallahassee bit of deviltry and a French, -0- SI'AT
Quincy can support a Possibly might, sprout one aerlallat. Mile, Jeannlne Plvo-
teau, in a or want to contract
thrilling high act will
within a few years. That would mean a good, outside antenna would be needed In Quincy to get good, present their apeciaUtiea to' a big or little Job?
grandstand crowd. i
reception Reception In Western Gadsden would probably be poor to non-existant. To those ol us The first Florida Invitational THEN DIAL 627-8668
Cutting Horse Tournament will
fortunate enough, to be able to receive the station an inexpensive converter or channel strip would do be held Saturday morning, fib I 24 HOUR SERVICEI I
19 starting at 10 live
the Job for the one station for much less than the all channel UHF tuner. But what about many stations top Butting ':I.minT Floridaare I MOODYPLUMBINGCOMPANY
scheduled to participate tal
going on the air In our area? Well, now let's see where they would be located there's Bainbridge the event I 1927 Mainline Drive
Boy Scouts, Future Farmers,
Chattahoochee, Quincy or maybe Havana Greensboro, Gretna, Mt. Pleasant or Coon Bottom New members Farmera will again and 4-H be guests Club! QUINCY FLORIDA

they're all mighty, fine towns but will a TV station be located In any of these towns unless some of the arranged fair with In apeclal their honor programs i Next Door to B&H Construction Company

body strikes oil? We doubt it fact Is, we think we In Gadsden County need a U.HJ.tuner like we need In every respect the 1M4


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COUNTY TIMES. QUINCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. W4.._ PAGE TH1U.I ,
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Pat- Avirett, 79, GARDENINGIN bottle..'proptgt aon't.ing like unit the, then milk I i It Doesn't Hurt Anymore I IIt III4

I use a cigar box with a plastic
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Pat Avlrett, 79, of Havana, Br Herrey Sharpe. Editor It your patience holds out I 'f:\' ""'-. PIRSllef
pawed Wedn Agricultural. Extension Service the project will show signs of r ;
ruary 5 in the Gadsden County Germinating coleus seed Is life and hundreds of tiny plantswill "
Hospital. like keeping on the good side unfold their leaves. They I' '
with a wifemat both need a '
Born In Early County Georgla will all be green at first But, .' \ .. .
bit of humoring. ': ,k, vi
Mr. Avirett moved to Havana don't later on wllsee
worry you
31 years ago H. wit a However, producing coleus i t';
;
seedlings Is easier since It other colors form in the
member of the Primitive Baptist
Church. takes about a month as com' leave It's about this stage that ,\t tt
I pared with the lifetime task at should begin transplantingIf '
Graveside services were conducted you a
matrimonial bllaGet
at 3:30: Thursday afternoon you don't have the courage i :
February 6 at the Nichol both projects underway to break the milk bottle; then
son-Freeman Cemetery with the Immediately. By planting coleus tease the plant out of the container
Rev Dick Oat en officiating' seeds now you will be the first with a long handled 4'-: II
Interment followed In the Nich' in the neighborhood to show off spoon or a forked stick.
a knee-high hedge of colored
with f I
olson-Freeman Cemetery leaves. Transplant the tiny seedlings .at tI
the Butler Morgan Funeral Into 2-inch peat pots filled with ,
Home In charge of arrangements For the coleus project you'llneed rich mellow soil If cool windsare
a square-sided, quart milk I still outside, place the peat
1
Survivors Include five daughters bottle, some mellow rich toll, a, pots on a window ledge With o Q
Miss Bertha Avirett, Mrs. packet of teed, a small little or no care and water NAME DRAWN
Ruth Stephens and Mrs Spencer I stick tience.It and. an ample supply of flal'l spiked with plant food the
bcott, all of Havana, Mrs. Alice coleus seedling will grow rapid 3 ptax. LAST WEEK
lot
: sandy Isn't :
your $300.00
Creel, Blakely, Ga? and Mrs'I Iy
ed with rich BOil, they try the
Janle Creel .I Jacksonville; three dime store for a packet of potting As soon as frost danger Is Rhuden Johnson
sons, Robert A. Avlrett. Lake past, lake the coleus plants out-
lOll To soil borne
Wales Wallace E. Avlrett, Bunker diseases from prevent ravaging the, side. They wll make an excellent Did Not Have Card Punched
Hill A,F,B., Peru, Ind and JACKPOT
midget site plants, Dike t border planting or a small BONUS WINNERS:
James Avlrett, Havana; one :1 formal hedge.Regardless. .1
soil in the oven for at least 9. rAy
e I
sister, Mrs. Annie Nicholson, Rosina Rittman
hour. Cool the soil, then shake of where you I
Havana: two brothers Roe Av enough of the dry mixture into place them, be sure to work up I Register at Sarah Hood
Avirett lrett Havana, .and Homer P. the milk bottle to flU the container a good soft mellow earthen bed. used to be a painful proccM to cot a Uoml sample Pearl Lavender
Cedartown, Ga 21
; up to the bottom of the Before sinking the plant, thepest Remember That blat needle seemed to BO almost through the JITNEY JUNGLE
:
grandchildren and
3 great bottle mouth while and all into an out Wilbur Wright
grandchildren. holding it pot Sneer. and left a feeling of throbbing pain for a long time :
In a horizontal position. side location, tome gardenerssay
in. I 6:30 P.M. Alberta
Dezell
precision i istrumoot By Saturday
f tor.But today a
Next, moisten the toll using I the coleus roots will unscramble made of atilnloM has a tiny nhoul.tar M that It
fine mist of water. If the soil I* faster and get into steel Is being used to minimisethe eannot aeriitentally penetrate
too fluffy, use a flat wooden mother earth quicker if you pain of this common"oper- deep enough to hit sensitive
stick to pat the toll to make it break off the bottom of the alicn,." flesh, fine this few it ellmU Holiday
a bit more compact. peat pot.After. Blood mmph* can now betaken rated,the technician tan strike
Plant the speck-like seeds by the Initial planting It from the finger by pnno> the finger hard enough to stun
shaking them off a flat stick or established it Is easy to propagate turing the skin with a stainless\ surface nerve tlnsuo and reduce I
the "business-end" of a kitchen hundreds of additional steel needle called a"hoiuolot" painful after effect. FRANKS 2Lb. 73e
knife. Add and sharp needle It Because the needle It meet
another fine water plants. All you do is to pinch This sturdy Baa
discarded,
inch thick only once and then
:'IC.h'l mist to settle the seeds. and made from .003 .
off 3-Inch coleus stems
f'ish
ver stainless Heel strip provided by doctor have endorsed it a* a
Seal the bottle with a small place them in a glass of water the
.
caD roaches LanfEhllit Steel Corp. meant of guarding aralnst
JonM
square of plastic and a rubber
or stick the stems into moistsoil tit spread of dancornm infections
I of the major producers
land, and place the "seedbed" one
Coleus also roots quicklyin tits Metal rooUL The rteedi.Peoia itch w serum hvpailtia. Fresh
In I warm shady place. Don'tpeller a constant mist rooting unit.
the seeds too much, but During the spring and summer
/er the uke.f jeer bests about once a week check the you'll probably fall in love HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS PIGTAILS 4k Me
soil moisture and apply another with certain coleus plants. To

,...____ __ n______ fine water mist if needed. keep this love alive during the
I winter, transplant the prlied
MODERN HOMES I plants into clay pots and bring Mrs. Maurice Owens and Mrs
B.
Marjorie Gregory
By
them Indoors for safe "storage"until Gene Morgan spent several days
the following spring. Atlanta on business fflIrntIy. Home Demonstrsllun Agent Grade "A" St.wincrHENS;
,
JUST WHAT THE NAME IMPLIES TOO FAT

I I Rabbits, rats and ground- 'Mini Julie Munroe bat returned Uoh kid yourself! If you're y
ModernBeautiful Economical to her home in Maconattl'l' too fat the chances are you
dwelling birds produce most her grandmotherMrs. may be courting death! I 1
food consumed by the eastern visiting Overweight often Is not regarded 23C
Lee R. Munroe. Her father i I
rattlesnake, 4I
:diamondback says as seriously as It shouldbe.
A DOLLAR AND A DEED IS ALL YOU NEED Florida herpetologist Ross Allen Lee night Ray and Munroe the accompanied spent Friday Overweight people, are more I IIu.bJed

of Silver Springs. to diabetes high blood
him home.Mrs.
PAYMENTS LOWER THAN RENT! Oscar May, "'re. J. B. pressure, heart disease, arthritis
!j hasa I
The southern copperhead
and
Ball Sr. and James Ball spent I kidney ailments, according -
reputation for being very Thursday in Panama City visiting to We Insurance sir
poisonous and although the tistics. They ire more likelyto
Choose from Over 21 Available Plans Mr. May.
) bite is extremely painful It Is Mrs. Nettie Bailey of Panama have shorter life spans, USDA Good
,seldom fatal to adults, accordIng hat returned home following shortness of breath and be lest ;
to Ross Allen, herpetologistat City '
visit with her son and
Write, Come By or Call 627-6297 Florida Sliver Springs. laughter a In law, Mr. and Mrs. People should witch their 4 Full RoundSTEAK

I The upper stretches of the Ernest Julley. weight they more grow and older more, A closelyas person I
Marie Sutton of Jacksonville
Modern Homes Conslruclion Co. Silver River at Florida's Silver Mrs.It visiting Mrs. Allene who Is H5 years old requires .
i Springs Is a veritable fish pre- about 20 per cent fewer I
Chatt. Hiway 627-6297 Quincy serve. Glass Bottom Boat guides *MrsTs. E. Wilhoit left Saturday than a 23-year-old.
feed the fish regularly and a Watch those calories)calurt"l
for Pensacola to visit her
state law prohibits fishing.EEnsize1ntc husband who underwent surgery To determine _1 _
-- - -
orie needs use a !..
While there
and Is doing nicely.
,she visited Dr. and Mrs. Merrill weight: chart to find rI I Ideal I'
WllhoiU weight for your This
will vary some, of course, with I
I Capt. and Mrs. W W. Duck
and daughters Hilda and Christine the build of the Individual Deride i 8gei

: e I Mr and are Mrs visiting J. C. his Duck parents before people what are frame medium you frame are. Most I lb.

i i for England. Multiply your Ideal weight by
leaving It. This the
C. H. Gray has returns I equals approximate ,
number of calories
yeu need
to her home in Daytona Beach per day. I
after visiting her son and -
'
daughter In law Ur. and Mrs To lose weight, cut calories La. Hot
BOO to below the i
C. IL Gray.Robert rl'Iln:1
MaxwelL student at m for Idealweight I
( Valdpsla Stale College, spent and aiming to ION no
:
i
I more than one and e halt to
Mr.theweekend and Mrs. with T. L.tab Maxwell.parents, two pounds per week, SAUCE"BollI.. 8e
Some people can lose weighton ,i
Don Afunroe, student at Ab-
? I raham Baldwin College lad 1,800 calories a day Others I
_iF Just HANDY CHARGE I1f! Mist Jane Teuton student aValdoiU wellhLTh.need 1,400 calories dally to lose'

fi DAVIS SILENT SENTRY weekend with College hit mother spent Mrt the above it only t general/ Hot DoqBUNS CarnationMILK
guide, of course If difficulties
... Mark Uunroe, Jr.
.MM Ml* ?&* wralst, or you have a special
Mr. and Mrs. Cd Perry and
r-.rw.., Yeas' chaise son Chip of Bainbridge visited health problem, you should tee
: pfijslclan.
Mr and Mrt. L. D. McMillan your I
1 98 Sunday. ,
r a q. Ignorance it that quality of
Nat, John Curry and Charles' Owens
MH a LN mankind which persuades peo,
Jr. students at Abraham
w..err
... ..... a.4r tr.11f1111 Baldwin College, apent the Used take medicine a* adver i
weekend with their parent I Cans $ 00 :
Mr and Mrs. Fount May and
1ge 8 'I
T_ eIet13lS' 101.... Carl fryer Jr. will leave Very few friendt offer to lend PkQ. 7 Tall
,Saturday foe Rome, Ga., wherethey you need money, when you really I I Small
9tear. money
I will visit their too Bradford u_ _
.... I who It a student at Dar
lington. Mrt. Fryer will visit Gadsden County
r a. a........ I her sister there.
aw Miss Paula Lull spent the Insurance Center

i- ;Siii mI = I weekend Miss Eve ErvIn In Tallahassee and her family with,I 1121 West Jefferson DOUBLE COLA 3 $100

SPOn' IDI1IT I Judge and Mrs. Richard );n1JLI
e-._-. sS I Both girls are students at CM- PAT THOMAS r
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e pola College, MsrUnna.
t+ -wear a..r1la I C W. Rodermund of Canton INSURANCE. INC.
Tau-rt Ga. spent the weekend here at APPLE JELLY 3arLb.. 59
N m fuzes 55cl W bit bom on ILavaiu Highwaywith
.77 A 14M his wife.
KS )ilea Margaret Dowling, Mil- ----- --
I dent it Abraham Baldwin College .
-- TUton, spent the weekend King Size NorthernTISSUE
with her mother, Mrs Virginia
I Dowling. All FragrancesAIR

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rAuLC FOOS GADSDEN COUNTTTTMB3. QTJTNCT, FLORIDA THUBSDAY,FEBRUARY IS, l.6i -

Klttrell's Exchange .I I lion," Gllroor said. "Th con' ON TAX SAVINGS
Office 12 ;
10:30, Post ; Joyce noon.
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand Hardly The SolutionIn blond ill-time bill for state and Th tax cut Is believed U be
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Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blood Bank federal motor fuel taxes U $82.9 on the road to final approval
continuing 1:30 p.m., Gadsden County Hospital billion." and the avenge taxpayer can
lohnson's Federal drive
President on
THE CHATTAHOOCHES TR1BUN1 discussing! II expect about a 19 per cent savings .
Published eich Thursday at 18 $. Madison StreetA poverty, the NAM News reminds us that Federal, .tatl Thursday, February 20- Canning Center 8 5: Alcoholics BIBLE VERSETO If there is no change ID
Job* H. Terry 7J.wepap.PESTABIISRD and local welfare now costs us $40 billion a year Anonymous & Al-anon Family Group 8 p.m."' the bill
1801Qulncr. which Is $4,700 for each of the 9.3 million families the SL Paul' Pariah House; Florida State Employment STUDY vary Percentages according of to savings the range would of

Florida President estimates are in need. Service, 9 3, S. Roberts St.; Men's League Basketball "Be set drank wits wine individual income. The higher
s.ed -.. f Logs Pete .t Qulaer fame Mr. Johnson would add $300 million to welfare pn : Manning Taylor vs. Shell OH 7 p.m., Quincy wherein Is exeeiss but b* tilled the income the lower the per
grams *- or a little over $30 per family. A* the New High School Gym: Craig Oil Co. vs. Hydro Gas, with the Spirit. centag of mvings.dAIL
Una Year. $3.00 Two Years. .5 80 Sis Months au. 1. Who Is the author of the
points out if we sail have poverty In this country, It I II 8:30 p.m., Quincy High School Gym. shove advice
i L. Botchlnto __ _........... PwbileDoi ,.., not because we have been niggardly.If : 2. To whom was h* writing
Carman Advertist.10 aid NoR1Aq "" $4,700 per family won't solve the problem, $30, Friday, February 21- Canning Center, 8 5; Qulncy 3. How long did lit live '
_. more Is not likely to. Perhaps this poverty Issue wL I Woman' Club, 11 a.m. Woman's Club House; Air among thIn people st onetime + hx
Force Recruiter, 9 12 noon, Post Office; Fifth and ?
Into.
little looking
stand a more 4. Where this be
mar verse
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: Sixth Grad Biddy Basketball: Panthers Electrons found?
4p NATIONAL' EDITORIAL QUINCYCALENDAR 4:30 p.m., Corry Athletic Field: Blue Devils vs. Famous

( 5:10: p.m., Corry Athletic Field; Junior Boys Basketball Answers to Bible Ten
pC t{ Utt: OF EVENTSA Lakers vs. Hawks 4:15: p.m.; Warriors vs. : 1 1. To Th the Apoitl believer PauL who ltv

Celtics, 5 p.m. ed st Ephesus.
c'ioN Service the I. For two
Community by years.
24- Kiwanis Club, 1 Jefferson
Monday, February p.m. 4. Epheslans B: U.
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce 627-8518 House; Order Eastern Star, 8 p.m.. Masonic Building;
Research Firm Says 'No'To Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., Court Room,
Calendar II based on Information reported by clul Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30 p.m.. Scout
Federal Interference lecretaiiss and program director as of the Friday preceding Hut; Girl Scout Troop No. 148, 4 p.m., First

Sigma, a chemical research firm of St Louis, Mo., publication terian Church; Fifth and Sixth Grade PrNbr'1
gle Elimination Tourney, 4.30: p.m., Corry
has r.volt.d. Fhursday February 13- Canning Center, 8-5; Florida Field Junior Boy. Basketball Cldcs vs. s
with ;
no
Th* company has had it and will put up I State Employment Service, 9.3, South Roberts St.;;: 4:15 Laker. vs. Warriors, 5 p.m.
how II nil : pm.;
In
nor Interference by Fdrat gaulelters Biddy Basketball, Corry Field, 4:30: p.m., Panthers vs
1U own busta... Hr i* the way Dan Brolda, a SI9U1a Blue Devils; 5:10 Famous vs. Electron., Men's League Tuesday, February 25- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary
'x.cuttf. tolls the story to Editor V.rll. R. Causty
the Hugh, Ark., STAR.HERALD: vs. Shell Oilers; 8:30: p.m., Craig 011 vs. Manning Masonic Building; Business & Professional Women
"For ton years, Sigma has supplied the US Govtr Taylor; Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon Family 7 p.m., Klttrell's Restaurant.

went with research blxhmlcal Admtnlatratlon.W* bar bn on Group, 8 p.m., St Paul's Episcopal Parish House.'riday Wednesday, February 26- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m.
Gnral Services
contract to the have submitted our entire catalo February 14- Canning Center 8-5: Air Force Post Office; Jaycees, 7:30 p.m., Jefferson House; Ex.

to GSA"Every and y.ar have we been award.d a one-sided contract Recruiter, 912, Post Office; Pilot Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson change Club 1 p.m., Jefferson House. !, 1CONVENIENCE

that binds ui to a fixed price for any Item th.y .islet House Reaches'heavy burden motorists Ire car i
Th. Government U not obligated to buy anyt::ing. Monday, February 17- Canning Canter 8-5; Social Security Income rying. At the current, estimated rat of 1
cents s gallon
"But last year Sigma refused to accept a contras Representative 9:30 a.m., Courthouse; Kiwanis |$1,954,330,000 OnMotorFuelTaxesl seven motor fuel tax collections by 11
The reason? Because the Government specialists art 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., this state for 1863 wen I1S8-
now trying to tell us how to publish a catalog! First Presbyterian Church; Boy Scout Troop 203, 977,000. ;

"Th Government explains that Initiative of US 7:30 p.m., Scout Hut Masonic Lodge, Gadsden Chapter dayi'This time means, we now thst pay In only ai much two I I REST ASSURED
dealers In having catalogs best suited to their own need No. 30; R.A.M., Tal-Mar-Quln Council 23, 8 p.m., All-time collections of motor motor fuel taxes to the stat as Install a color telephone In your bed-
fuel taxes by the state of Flor 'were once paid In an entire
has resulted In a 'messy shell In their various purchai Masonic Building.'ue.day Ida retched $1,934,330,000 by year," Gilmore wide room. It's so convenient for making
tag offices.' 18- Center, 81 Life Underwriters the end of 1063, sccordlng to here In
February Canning ; Chairman of the Motorists si every and taking calls. You get so much
"Henceforth," sputters Mr. Brolda, "anyone wh 12 noon Klttrell's; Rotary Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson T.Florida E. Gllmnre Petroleum CounciL state lisa pay i federal gasoline Order
little cost.
be luxury at so now
thousands of tax of 4 cents a gallon
wants to sell to Uncle Sam must spend House; Junior Boys Basketball, 4:15: p.m.,I Baling his comments on figures added. Combined federal and
dollars to produce a US Government Standardized Caalog Hawks vs. Lakers; Biddy Basketball, Corry Field, from the U. S. Bureau of sttte taxei on motor fuel cost
that will look nice on their shelf! Please not: 4:30: Panthers vs. Famous, 5:10, Blue Devils Public Holds, GUmore pointed vehicle owners scroll the United
p.m.
Itsfirst
They are not buying these catalogs we must print and vs. Electrons: Lions Club, 7 p.m., Klttrell's; Elementary out that gasoline Florida tax on Imposed June 20, an Statei ill-time a8.high.4 billion In 1963 .."....
distribute them at our own cost- without a cent in gua and High School P.T.A., 7:30 p.m. High School 1821 at the rate of one cent a "From 1819 when Oregon
business! gallon. During the first full levied the tint stat gasolinetax
anteed Auditorium. year of collections, the tax through 1963, all the _
"The convenient B"x9" Sigma catalog 1s totally ui Vednesday, February 19- Canning Center, 8-5; Marine brought $63 ,000 Into the state states collected an estimated Quincy Telephone Co.
acceptable It MUST be 8"xlO" for 19S3-65I ANY treasury. total of $968 billion. Federal -- Ao 1'"
9-12, Post Office; Gadsden County Hospital
THIS REGIMENTATION Recruiter "Comparison with today's fig motor fuel taxes line 1932
TO
FIRM THAT REFUSES TO BOW Auxiliary, 10 a.m., hospital; Navy Recruiter, ures" he said, "reveals the brought In another $250 bll-
YEARS:
THESE
WON'T GET A CONTRACT FOR

"Next, we ore told that we can no longer reserv.
the right to discontinue a rare item, unless we send out
3,000 notices o( Intent before they send In on < The Government says that 215 chemical arid
pharmaceutical firms agreed to their terms, so why
shouldn't Sigma? Isn't the business they give SIgnv I Q uetnoae

enough to Justify compromising our principles?
"Our answer ]II a blunt 'NO.: EyTluteli
It U a pity that retailers 10 WIN
"Our principles are worth more than ALL the buslnes stun hive to learn the sam
they could EVER give us these principles won't be lesion ever and over siali
through cost and hardship .
.
compromised."So mid
Sigma gets no contract and the research that 1!II by Thli Edward observation r, Engle,was official oC
costing the taxpayers hundreds of millions annually 1 1Jeopardised. II the National Retail Merchant
Mr. Engle wai n-
their Association.
) 'Our Government officials shrug tarring to the Importance 01
shoulders." I Newspaper advertiilng to n-
It Is refreshing and Inspiring to know that another till trad.
American besides General McAullffe can say "Nuts! to !the Mr.result Ingle's of s conclusions study made wet 1 1:
a surrender demand. And we congratulate Editor Cause I New York City after prolong.
for giving prominent space to Mr. Brolda's declaration of id papers strike doted. major newt

Independence. Among the findings report +4 .4 ,
were
(I) There U no subitltuti a
for the newspaper as a majo wee lt-
Solvent Or Luny? medium for retail advertising.
(2) "Creeping dUaiter" to reil y
There Is some uneasiness, we understand, among the : business gradually follow.
.he absence of newspaper adrertlalng. *y th-.1 l 1 1r
engineers, scientists and assorted double-domes engage 1 a
la the Government's effort to colonize the moon. They; (3)) The downtown area of all):
seem to suspect that Congress may somehow be critical of ;ere tty When U s unified"big: itore'shopping advertla ten
them after the sixth straight failure to conduct an uo Jig U not prevent, the entire
manned probe as planned.It renter smslitores
of that Rangerlanded I 8 services, restaurants -
was a spectacular thing course eels[ the effect
on target on the moon and on time after havlni I (4) Advertising ls uentla
Its course corrected from the ground after It was In outer .0 modem. retailing. Wlthnuiidvertlitng.

spaces That such things can be done Is miraculous, myiterious ng would be retail In s ehiotle merthandls stets
and downright spooky. But the purpose, as everyone Turnover and stock needi.
knows, was to get close-up pictures of the moon'. would b* Impossible to predict.
The ultimate loter from In ...
surface (from 900 miles down to 2,000 feet) that are salt idequite advertising, then, 11
to be essential to further planning of a landing by astro the; consumer who pays for lo-
MS due to slow turnover waits
1970.
nuts In and high per Item selling costs
Thus, there will be another try for these picture
within a month providing the slid.rule boys car
figure out what went wrong and the means of preventing
It next time. Succeeding In this, "soft landings" will b<
undertaken late next year with Instruments to analyst
the mOOllOLl.. We shall then know definitely! It would,

appear, whether or not the moon Is really made aqr..a ;.....sicIr. ...atSAVE

cheese. 30.1&ar ,
But In the meanwhile there U going to be) an elec t.&A

don for every member of the House and a third of' t\ Fence Posts HOW FORD RACING HELPS the following changes in the Fairlane 289 V-8
the Senate. And the people who will do the voting have
engine: better block improved pistons improved
\ ,
disturbed Government extravagance -i
become Increasingly over > >
continued deficit spending and a debt celling' I BEPertiTreated; BRING YOU A BETTER CAR valve train, stronger connecting rods

that long ago poked through not the soothed stratosphere.by Admtnlstra I\ Most automotive engineers will tell you that and bolts. Such improvements contribute not

Furthermore they are / pow of their most valued testing to Ford's track record but also to
don Ideas of economy that Involve cutting down on out the track Is one only winning ,

defenses "phasing out" manned aircraft and military laboratories. the total performance so important to your

White bases at House.home and abroad turning out lights In the For example,track competition led directly to everyday driving a in and see!

that the President'). i .w..,....
Nor will the voters fall to note c.. .
.
..
of Si.99 bUlloi ......yrr
budget for 1965 appropriation
for space research proposes end technology and that the estimated r *a..;........., STOCK CAR RACING SPORTS CAR ROAD RACING RALLY COMPETITION: INDIANAPOLIS:

deficit of $4.9 billion 1s Just a shad less. Many will r* .c." ... ... : 2-to-l margin for Ford Ford V-8 power is the new king Manufacturer Championship Ford ends an era
and mention it te :::::-.. .
quid this en quite a coincidence Ford .Is king of NASCAR The Cobra, with its special Products of Ford and its The first time out, a light-

their Congressman and Senator competition and has the Fairlane engine, emerged as worldwide affiliates won the alloy version of the Fairlane
,
broke h
for
They may well" ask: "Should w* go t NASCAR AchievementAward the overwhelming leader in 1963 Manufacturer's World V-8 engine in a Lotus chassis
going to the moon? the Championship. Two made history in the dassic
to prove it. In the 63 one short year. It won Rally
season, special Ford entrieswon Manufacturer's Trophy in specially equipped Falcon Indianapolis "500". The

No Political Strife? every single race of 500 SCCA Class A Production V-8's were winners in the Lotus-Ford finished second,
Posts an miles or longer(the ultimate competition. And in the brutal 2500mi1e Monte Carlo only seconds behind the

The "Emerging Nation of Ghana U free from pa.llttcal your BIG test of durability and Laguna Seca and Riverside Rallye and other Falcon winner. And the next time,
strife and "President" I wane Nlaumah Wood! dependabilityand scored races it "dusted off" the V-8's won Holland's Tulip in the Milwaukee "200",the
elected for We can prove ill At the week-long lec Buy in nearly twice as many points top "unlimited" cars from Rally, and the 4000mileTransCanada ( Lotus-Ford led all th*! way

dons Just concluded everybody (99.9 percent, tf you as any other make. allover the world. Rally. from start to finish.TESTDRIVE .
want to be technical) voted ",..." giving Nkrumah despotic Post & lumber
power over all aspects of life In Ghana. Preserving Co.

The Administration assisted this display of positivismIn ivMS-Qtlnrr Tel. I27-I07S Hwj TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S
various ways. In many areas there were no boxes fa"No" Ate Atallikl at A .
votes, In other the slots were sealed. "No" voters rUTCHQl: CO.
were threatened by the Government which said the GreiubereIBM

ballots could be Identified SInce each ballot carried the FEED STORE Inman Johnson Motor Company Inc.
serial number shown opposite the voter's name In the Hates ,
registration book the electorate was widely convinced
After this show of efficiency it should never be t i 1(218 West Jefferson St.* icy Fie

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Federal department and agency] our backyard, to our Jobs, ai taco and most of them ire pretty cerD(1 what thus program:themselves You have ptoUbl Flesh 'Uc.h"bIPt"d day re...'iiae ot clan' pUoaltC
."Rights Bill"'Seen which It empowered to extend welt And what may be "dis acceptable. may do for your family fcpsclally received notice from )*ui inluranoe -I Potatoes and KboU prefn>>>.... The
Nal Federal financial assistance to crimination" In our mind today "Cha_ art that If you had In view of your remark company' of its t.,wiil Cale. Nla9Dma1shbe Friday menu U uvuMly hut
any program or activity, by war may very well be something Michael Angelo sculpt I about Itt being rigidly lit and lag tttt, a* they are tow r.oulr- ysBreed dogs, hanbiufr or fish.
11 As One ] you ed to do by law This notice U Pudding with Lemon
loan thai "
of grant, contract or else again, tomorrow, nose and stuck It on facet tar* from persuasive cousins
take action to effectuate" the your probably what confused some Sauce HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
iII when it reaches us. would be lest attractive than and uncles, there appears to
Of Destruction provisions of the bill You cant writ good law' the one you have, not beeauM be a possibility you have made one.Have considered using Friday Milk, February 21- President Johnson1 housing;
Therefore, their argument I without definitions. But you ill wouldn't be perfect it nosei It overly rigid, Flexibility In a you GEORGE WASHINGTON'S
d ? runt, in that the total Federal lean grant dictatorial power that go, but because your note flu famly financial program li your dividend to buy additional BIRTHDAY DINNER and community development
Br John C. Sstterfleld.j' budget it spent through Federal w.". your facv The same applies highly desirable, Who can taj aid-up life Insurance? This has Turkey PieCr.nbelTY program was promised swift
Ith cert tin definite advantage
department or agencies byway all over Peer intently it the today, fm instance, if jour ton Relish congressional handling, nth
r Put President. contract will make want to which you might want to checkout
of grant, or ears and they become aomethlni college or
Buttered English Pee of
loan," it appears that the total YOUTH ASKS less than pink sea thells Studythe remain if he starts, If the family with your Ment the post I vote by lummer
Candled Carrots The first
Americas Bar Association major new housing;
Federal budget would be at lips and they become too will want to pay off the
of lid Civil Rights Enriched Breed proposal In three it
Opponent the President's disposal to enforce mortgage and remain in thai years
long, too short too thin, LunchroomMenus
bill bay been charged with the act'i provisions.The For a Filth and t ChaU.no. .1 house: If $2,000 will do for the Cherry CobblerMilk places heavy emphasis on help.
of And Mr Meyer ended with t Ing fast-growing suburban rrmmunltles -
Ming hobgoblins, saying final step deals with the Good Example and Good Explanations readjustment (that't a
bit of advice: "If," he II,. expense Vte hop that will keep sot facilities
bill publIc
there are provisions In the substance of the bill. In broad Known Limits little doubtful), and how can you
that would far outreach the act- and Consistency And i iTo "rblnce'i.lton don't look al In mind that those menus lie and on relieving tome of the
seeks that the
the Civil bill now family,
ternu. Right you uy on IT February 21
February
lulitjF.f B Heard you and shudder; If mull children subject to change for the following hardship slum clearance pro
*
tl) make "discriminitlon": un the $300 monthly Income, may
i t The deny this. They don't scatter it your approach Monday, February 17- reasons: grams hive reused families
opponent lawful. not suddenly face a ,OOO or
then too 1. Government commodities
Al.xand.r.Publlc.tlolI' ,
Br Dorothy B you worry
say the bill li every bit ti radical Ian $6,000 emergency expense from then Fried Sausage:
hen under the
To recap Specialist. much So teenagers, at training are delivered which were not
I u they claim. They U illnest accident The caution Candled Sweet Potatoes
I lay of the Civil Rights bill schools and elsewhere or
guage of quitworrying In the county when the menus
passed. It will destroy the rt- Florida DMalon this be build Into Turnip Green
the President would hive the Schools You have a nice tic It sure you were made.
publl authority to lilt the Federal Child Training and It really matches up" your policies sufficient flexibility Baked Fresh Apples. 2 Community food habits
What the facts? Enriched Bread 7010.95i1Je
art for
chsngeof
emergencies
budget in any way he thinks"appropriate" I often 'lsh that that part of or are considered.
j TboM who the bill 1 This be done and Sugar Cookies
oppose plan can
to abolish "dis the public who thinks 1 all training 3 Rise In the cost of i food
Snake their caw, in part, by crimination' "twitch- still keep the program safe. Milk item.
children
school are
pointing to three elements of Tuesday, February IS-
, But what li "dlscrlmlnaUon'" blade artists," "bums," or"thugs i Barbecued 4, Availability of equipmentand 666
the bill i Question: My $35,000 lift insurance Chicken
follow them Jour cJLiftJrnMtranct .
could
The tint la Section 711-B At the blll'i opponent point policy I* now giving me Creamed Potatoes personnel.No
out that word It not defined through l day of their activities. I Pea and Carrots I menu. are given for Fri
which, they My, would permit nearly $300 yearly In dividendsSince --- .. .- .
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the President to do practically The bill doe define such word Division offices ire on Campusat I always deduct these Slice Orange ---
anything h. chooses to enforce it "person" and "employer", Florida School for Boy at from my premium payment, I've Homemade Roll '
the bllli provlaloa. And, truth and such phrase at "employ Marlanna and 1 watch them, 'never regarded them at Income Chocolate Pudding COULD
to toll a rending of that Mellon ment igency" and "labor organization thinking how like they are to for Federal Income tax purposes Milk
teem to bear them out. It says: ," but nowhere in the all the kid I know John B, Question: 1 hive set up but someone told me that I Wednesday February 19- YOU AFFORD
,The President It tuthortied bill It the word "dlncrlmlna Meyer principal of the Academic life Insurance program givingmy should Is he correct? Hot Dug ..
to take such action ai may be tlon" given a definition. Nor Is, School there describesIn wife 12,000 for readjustment Answer, No sir, You ire Baked Beau to
appropriate to prevent the com- the. word "religion" defined nor! such animated manner, their expenses, I (300 monthly right In your regular practice Lai'rot, Apple, Raisin Salad
hitting of continuing of an un- rte," efforts to be handsome, to Income for 15 yean, tli,000 to Life Insurance policy dividends Bun I REPLACE IT? .
lawful employment practice ,", The opponent of the bill say 1 1i normal for their age, that you pay off the mortgage and $8,000 ar* not dividends I In the usual Cake .
To make the second step of this cannot be an oversight; no may enjoy it. for I college fund for my ton sense. They are not "earnings.,'i Milk 1
their ease, the opponent pointto i twrious draughtsman would fall! He says: "The "bug1 of that This It ill rigidly! lit for then Rather, they are premium refunds. .1 Thursday, February 20- J Chances art your horn and the urnlihlngi la U have
Section 602 It says: "Each to define key words Nor It It certain age 1* good look, their purpose, safe from any per- With participating policy Incrfxued In value tine purchased them I
you
without significance.: Quite to I possession or their lack. How resolve. cousins or uncles. AndIf (a dividend paying policy
the contrary. They say that do I look? If you get a favorable I live to 65 It 'will give me you pay a premium each year I Mason Music HAS YOUR INSURANCE PROTECTION
I,without these definitions, the answer, you're supremely about $200 monthly for life, on that Is slightly more Iran will INCREASED ACCORDINGLY?
Floor Covering bill is wide open, that each Federal happy and think you have It top of Soclll Security and pen probably be needed and the excess COMPANY
department and agency made,' U an unfavorable answer sion. Is this not a good, solid It returned to you, determined for up-todate coverageon
:: Including Formic i will be left to decide for itselfwhat then you're unhappy and program? on the basis of Iheeomp.ny' ML Washington Sired Insurable
Is and what Is not "discrimination life become a 'disaster area.' Answer: It sounds like in actual experience your propertySEE
Inlaid linoleum rabbet. ," what constitutes In any case the average teen I excellent program, although Its Thus, you are really getting PIANOS ORGANS OR CALL -
riD,.. corkCounter "race' and what constitutes ager begins to enhance the total adequacy depend on factors back money you paid out and Band Instruments
"religion In short their personal effect with charming Innovation you do not mention your not receiving Income This was
Top Interpretation such as, at one time, the present Income, standard of decided In the court BO years and Acceuorloi gAl .{f-
And thus the bill would transform Elvis Presley mop, reminiscent living, other resource, etc. But ago If you were leaving the tSTATfSu6e
the country from one of of Robinson Crusoe on t 'purple :Inasmuch it you have it thoroughly dividend to accumulate at Interest Horn Ph. MA 7-6705 rave
Work laws, (i republic, to one of ag' detailed a program, It (a* many do) the Interest -
men (a dictatorship). "At In the world to In our can be presumed that you haverelated earnings each year would Ope MOB. Tues, Wed. Fit.I Masses r..aewseNSUSANC
So it seems the opponent's little domain it FSB. When I It to these factors. represent taxable Income, of I t* $ ,... All Pay Sat / .area
: AH Type caae U solid. For whatever a go Into the boys' washroom I. There la. however,_on._con court, but_not_ the _dividends_ ',
person may think of race relations there, gathered Ilk. so many
Expert Installation in the South, the effect wicked queens before the magic
of this bill ire not confined to mirror, are our little philosopher
the area South of the Maton-' *, their tools laid before
Dixon bu are equally applicable hem: barber' comb, hair
SHELTER--BUTCH throughout the nation It follows mish, etc, eagerly Intent upon
then while the mental their work of brushing pushing LOOK TO YOUR
..hI .J..lMfA I picture we hold of discrimination setting, squeetlng, and .
IJOtWuceuenty,1l0.t0.\ may apply only to race relations plucking until there emerge .
elsewhere, the force of before them an Image of Don '
,this_bill_ actually__will apply _In Juan or Jacques Casanov Satisfied q ,
and glancing nervouslyover
FUTURE
their shoulders a* they .' .
leave, to resssure themselvesthat
FOR YOURFUEL the vision of masculine _
Handsomeness hit not faded, e !
they trip back to cl...."
And then, looking to his own
IMn-" years, I think, he continued

StHE when t: boy"The sits problem down to decide begin "

OIL whether or not he'* goodlook- ___ Th r.'. Progroai In t
log, fact that was of no con- .
sequency to him yesterday but Your Future
I. of supreme Importance today. : ;
HOME He take hi* face apart, then 'Q
really never gets It back together : As You Plot Your
[ again. First he examine
DELIVERIESCall his nose, It being the most obvious Court For P.rsonal
He does the urn with it y ..
DISTRIBUTOR eyes, eyebrow, mouth, teeth, 3 Li Goods and Gains.
lips earn general contour of
the chin (If this I* cleft, quite You Will Find This Bank
good! hair, hairline, etc. After
l'\ examining each critically and Helpful In Many Ways to Assure
passing Judgment, he reassembles
SERVICE OIL CO. all for another evaluation.If .
he I* i normal boy (one head, More Productive
two eyes, etc) he find the PJemnmq'I
wla uivBJ composite effect most dissatisfying -
627.8888 because he has already

I the passed several negative part Judgment The not on it WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR

IN QUINCY like an Iceberg on a sand bar,
he thinks. The can are likepirate a
GREEN ship Gloomily he '''''. "
that, with the parts lacking, the '
STAMPS
663.2319 whole can hardly be pleasing SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
So oooooooo, hag unhappy. !
"But stop and think. The
IN Stamps On putt belong to one face. No '

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I On each side of the ball room ... ....
WSCS Stork ShowerFor I Miss Howell
Meetings
Valentine DanceAt
wall there was a big pink heart ; ,

Sawano Club pink with, deep camellias rose and In red shades attached of WOMEN'S PAGE Held This WeekThe Mrs. WadeThe I Jack Rudd Wed

to It Valentine hearts and
WMU of Thomas MemorIal
Friday night the Sawano Club satin bows were placed on the I. Woman's Society of Christian Baptist Church honored Mrs C. F Howell of Bainbridge -
walls at Intervals In this room Service of Centenary Methodist announces the marriage
of beautiful Mrs. Guy Wade, wife of the
was the scene a Above the mantel, which was Personhaving Items of social nature are urged to call Church met In the home pastor, with a surprise stork of her daughter, Miss LottfeEstelle
Valentine dance, given In honorof banked with and camellias circles this week, using as their to Elbert Jack Rudd.
greenery Mrf. S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 shower last week.
the Seniors of Quincy High were two red hearts May study, "The Church, What It Miss Evelyn McDonald, WMU son of Mr and Mrs M E RuddSr.
School Hosts were, Mr. and ruffed with white with euplds I Means To Me." of Quincy. The bride's
president extended welcometo
Frank Taylor, Mr, and with Mrs W. a father
Mr
and bows and arrows, This was Circle One met the approximately 40 ladles was the late Mr C. F.
Mrs Howard Fletcher, Mr. and B. Suber as hostess on Mon. Howell.
Mr R. V Cantey, Mr. and Mri outlined being, framed.giving the In appearanceof the background Miss Godwin day at 930: am. Mrs.. A. D. playing attending appropriate and led the and group entertaining In, The marriage took place January
Bill Davis, Mr and Mri. JohnC chairman, Mrs.
presided
there were two hearts Sapp games.Guntl 23 at 8 o'clock p,m. at the
Hlnson, John Allen Blllch, with valentines embossed In Becomes Bride E. Nash Philpot gave the devotional were served refreshments home of the bride's brother,
Mr and Mrs Linton Munroe, and Mrs. W. B. Subcr
Mr. and Mri.
Clyde Howell In
silver with a cluster of tiny red from an attractive table'decorated ,
Mr and Mri Andrew Smith and gave the lesson. There were 9 Bslnbrldge. The Rev. G. W.Bates ,
Lewis valentines and red satin ribbon Of Pat McKeown with a ruffled while
Mr and Mri John Tay members present.
performed the
suspended between them. umbrella trimmed with camellias Impree.sive
Circle Two met with Mri. C.
lorA Valentine theme was used The punch tables were cover Mis Patricia Ann Godwin a I!. Gray as hostess on Mondayat and baby rattles.The the presence double ring of the ceremony Immediate In

In the decorations. A white ed by white cloths and draped ,and O. F (Pat) McKeown, Jr. 10 am. Mrs. J. B. Hlgdon, gifts many lovely and useful families. Those attending from
were presented to the honoree
ruffled heart and cupids were with garlands of red caught were united In marriage at the chairman, presided. Mrs. W. F. In a blue basket with -II out of town were the groom's
above the mantel In the lounge with nosegays of red camellias,'home of Mr. and Mrs Pat F. i Lester gave the devotional and ribbons. pink parents, Men Talmadge Lambert -
and greenery and red and Red candles were spanned the Thomas, on the afternoon of the lesson. There were 9 members and Mrs Houston Farmer,
white camellias banked the length of the other tables. January II, at four o'clock by E ,w t present. all of Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. M.
mantel. Red and white camellias Red and white crepe paper Interspersed the Rev Bronson Matney, Jr. Circle Three met with MriT. Coffee Given I E. Rudd Jr. and Mr. and Mrs
were on the coffee tables with red ribbons and The bride Is the daughter of P. Williams as hostess on S. T. Johnson of Tallahassee,
and end tables. The door enter. hearts formed a canopy over Mr and Mrs. Henry Godwin of Monday at 4 pm. Mrs. A. B. For Mrs. Burgess ,and Mr. and Mrs. Walter T.
Ing Into the ball room was the dancers Charlottesville Va., and the Blackburn, chairman, presided. Smith and Warren Rudd of
framed with red satin ribbon An assortment of valentine bridegroom Is the son of Mrs Mrs. E. B. Embry gave the de. Mri. Lee Pruette and Mri Clearwater
with valentine suspended from cookies and punch were served Agnes R. McKeown of Mt. votional and Mrs. Malcolm Nicholson James Pfeil entertained with a The couple exchanged their
it At the end of the table to Garden Club member, Mrs Pleasant, and the late Mr. O. F. assisted by Mri. E. B. coffee recently In honor of Mrs. vows beneath an arch formedby
the right before entering, there Fred Nordhaus, Jr. Mrs. GeorgeSmitherman McKeown of Chattahoochee.Given Woodbery, Jr. and Mrs J. E. K, N. Burgess who has movedto candelabra outlined with
was a huge red heart with I Mrs. John McAfee, In marriage by her Russell gave the lesson There Oakdale, La. to make their burning white tapers. Center
"Seniors of 1084" The table Mini Evelyn McDonald, Mrs. father, the bride chose Mrs. Pat were 13 members present. home. The scene of the party Ing the arch was a floor basket
was decorated with hearts, Jack Strickland and MI'.. Bu. of honor Circle Four met with Mri. J. '
Thomas at matron was the home of Mrs. Pruette arrangement of white gladioli
greenery and camellias. A fivebranched ford Williams did the decorat M. Barnes and Mrs. Henry
and
white
James Mitchell served as best and was decorated with arrangements chrysanthemums
brass candelabra held Ing.Harry Etheridge ai hostesses on Mon of roses and ladi. flanked on either side by urns
red candles on the other end] Shepard's Orchestra man I" day at 3:30: p.m. with Mrs. M. B. The dining table which was; of polished magnolia foliage.The ,
of the table. I and the Ridge Runners Following the wedding a re-
played Bates, Jr., presiding. The de.
covered
ception was held, after which by a white cutwork I bride was given In mar.
votional Mrs. L.
the couple left on a wedding waa given by cloth was centered by an nags by her brother, Clyde
Wlllli and Miss
L.
1, Marguerite white glade and .
trip. They are now at home at Fram Howell. She chose for her wedding
Hendrix the lesson 1
748 El Dorado In Tallahassee. 4 gave There mums. the silver service a blue jersey sheath com
were 14 members present. Mrs. B. D. Blackwelder poured
pllmented by black patent accessories
Circle Five met with Mrs. coffee and tea. and a white orchid
II. W. Rollins as hostess Monday The hostesses gave the honoree -1 corsage. As her only ornamentof
.f Garden Club \gk at 3:30: pm. Mrs R. B. Lester a sugar and cream set In jewelry she wore a strand of

IIf" ir Jr. presided. Mrs. Fred her china pattern as memento : pearls, a gift of the groom,
Board MeetsThe Kibllka gave the devotional and of this l nice party..a Sam Howell was best man
Mrs. Amos Davis, assisted by Guests were neighbors In'
I and Miss
Mrs. S. D. Snowden and Mrs Holiday Heights. Carol Howell was
Executive Board of the bridesmaid.
Fred Kibllka, gave the lesson.
Quincy Garden Club met at There were 13 members Mr and Mrs. Howell were
the home of Mrs. R. D. Woodward pace.ant. Party Honors hosts at a reception followingthe

Jr with a good attend Circle Six met with Mrs. J. ceremony. Mrs. Howell was
ance, Tuesday night. Miss Evelyn L. Bedenbaugh as hostess on Three assisted In entertaining by Mrs
NEWS McDonald presided. The Monday at 3:30: p.m. Mrs. Ever CouplesMr. Nell Howell and Mrs. Tony
BEST meeting was opened with prayer Howell. Nuts and mints
ett Morrow, chairman: presided. and Mrs. John B. Hlgdon, were
THE ,t by Mrs. Lanier Richardson Mrs. J. A. Snell gave the Jr. and John Allen BliUh en. passed by Master Tommy How
FoR who then read the minutes. Mrs.Graham devotional and Mrs. S. M. tertalned Saturday night In ell.

McKeown gave thetrenurer's Strom assisted by Mrs. J. L. honor of Margaret Lawson Curry .

report. Bedenbaugh, Mrs. Otho Edwardsand and Alexander Johnson, Tee
i. Circle chairmen reported Mrs. Frank Chamberlain Munroe and Wilson Hlnson and Kitchen ShowerFor
showing an Increase in memo HARVELL. HILL gave the lesson. There were Jo Ann Doss and Paul Jenkins,
bership and good programs. 18 members present. whose marriages will be eventsof 'Recent BrideMiss

Mri. Lamar Smith reportedthat Now living in San Leandro, California, are Mr. and Mrs. Circle Seven met with Mrs I the near future. Scene of
plans were being made to J. F. Johnson with Miss Ethel the party was Lake Talquln cottage .
James Wesley Hill, Jr., who war united in marriage at of the Hlnsons. Mary Louise Betts, who
and the grounds Inman
landscape plant hostese
at the Garden Center. the Bancroft Baptist Church in San Leandro on January 10 a m.ai Mri.eo- James F.Tuesdayat Johnson I Guests ware slacks and shorts became the bride of Philip

Mri. Roma Horton discussed 9. Mri. Hill U the former Shirley Brenda HarvelL daughter chairman, presided. The and enjoyed dancing.The Blount a delightful recently was kitchen the honoreeat

WITH WONDERFuL: SAVINGS FROM plans to plant dogwood trees on of Mrs..Lillian Brock Sadler of Quincy. meeting opened with prayer and pins as honorees mementos received of this rolling nice given by Mrs J. L. Bedenbaugh shower,
entrance Into the city. Mri. W. A. Montague gave the
an Mrs. Buddy Jones, Mrs Logan
party, which was attended
Mri. Fred Nordhaus, Jr. re general custom In fact there lesson. There were 10 memo 75: by Gossett and Mrs. Ed Smith last
people.
I
ported that she had sold 220 Area Crusade were many teen agen from Pan bers and 1 visitor present. Thursday. The party was at
dogwood trees to various peopleto Circle Eight met with Mrs the home of Mrs
Bedenbaugh
plant on their lots. Meeting Held ama ways City.they They helped told with of list the Doyle Pope, with Mrs Mey Lu- Luncheon For which was attractively decorat,

WestinghouseINSTANT The president led In a dlscusilon crusade and the ten ai co-hostess Tuesday at ed with camellias and roses.

about organizing a Golden There were seventy people In 'group year's splendid Ideas gave for ,.t.- chairman 10 a.m. Mrs. Ralph Porter, Miss Jo Ann Doss Several bridal games were
presided. Mri. Howard -
Age Club. Plans to accomplishthat played and prizes awarded.
attendance at the 1984 Area log funds for this all Important
are underway now and Crusade meeting, which was crusade Boylan gave the devotional Miss Jo Ann Doss, bride elect, the bride elect was presenteda
more will be printed In the paper held In Msrianns at the Chlpola I from Uadsden and lesson. There were was the honoree at a beautifulone corsage formed of vegetables,
Attending H
members and
one visitor o'clock fruit
about It. luncheon Saturdaywhen measuring
Hotel Tuesday. spoons, etc.,
County were Hugo Tharpe, present. Mrs. A. L. Miller, Mrs which was very unique.An .
Mri. R. D. Woodward, Jr. workers
Ai the volunteer registered Crusade Chairman, Gadsden
M. W Miller and Mrs. E. D. array of useful and
discussed Junior Gardening and pretty
of the Jack.
members County Unit, Mrs May Richardson
the group also talked about the son County Unit pinned Pink Vice President and Publicity Mrs. C. D. Johnson Weatherly for her of at Havana the entertained Jefferson gifts basket was and brought given out to her.In a cotton
flower show which It to be an them.L. .
camellias
Perfection on
Chairman Mrs
Qulncy
,
Hostess At House. A heart shaped arrangement Sandwiches, cake, nuts and
event of April 18 and the Therapy Bridge
H. Peterson, executive vice Louise Blackburn, Havana, Unit of red camellias outlined mints were served. Mri. Jones
Party at Chattahoochee, an Florida l Division, I Chairman and Mr. and Mrs. W.
president, with white
tulle and
llllles poured coffee
event of February 27. Mrs. C. D. Johnson was hostess of from the silver
presided at luncheon.Rev. B. Lamb, Chattahoochee. the
Tampa to her Wednesday after Valley formed the center service which was on one end
Mri. Douglass Brooks an Dura n t, Presbyterian piece. Place cards for the 18 of the table.Eighteen .
club at the home of
noon bridge
nounced that the general meetIng
Church, Marianna, gave the Invocation guests of
were the
would be March 10 at 8 p,m. which was followed Birth Announcement her daughter, Mrs. Howard Boy- sign. The bride elect same and de-at. nice party. guest enjoyed this
with Barry Ot linger as guestspeaker. by the welcome and Introductions Ian. Camellias and permanent tendants sat at the head of the
He will talk on his last Mr and Mrs. Larry C. Watts arrangements were In the living T shaped table. Red camelliasand

\trip abroad, showing slides, etc. After lunch, IL P. Creep, Ft' of Tallahassee announce the and dining rooms. Ivy spanned the length of Wednesday BridgeAt
This will be the Club'i Conservation Lauderdale, Florida chairman, birth of a son, Paul Vickers, High score was won by Mri the rest of the table.
program for March. 1964 Florida Cancer Crusade, Feb. 6 at Tallahassee Memorial Fisher Wllllami and low by The hostesses gave the honoree May Home
Mrs.. Henry Faulk. Both received
Mrs Arthur Corry reported on Hospital.The .
made an Interesting and challenging a china dinner plate In her
the Amaryll Circle, which Is talk on, "The Important grandparent are: 1>F. noveltiesAt chose*'pattern Mrs Fred L. May and Mrs
growing In membership and Role of The American Can and Mrs. Paul Vickers, Tallahassee conclusion three progressions Mrs W, D. Doss, mother of E. D. Davis entertained Mrs
I has many avid gardeners In It. cer Society Volunteer In the and Mr and Mre. James the hostess served a the bride-elect, was among the Maxwell Fletcher's and Mrs.
During the social hour the 1964 Florida Crusade" Watts, Quincy. dessert with coffee. Iced drinks guests Pat Subcr's Wednesday Bridge
hostess served refreshments. were passed during the after Club with a luncheon in honorof
In. the leneral session "Spe- I
f their birthdays at the homeof
dial Gifts" were discussed followed A grown-up person Is one who noon.Mrs.. LaDler Richardson and Card 'of ThanksWe the former. Camellias, fruit,
Thursday Club Meets by "Tell Your Neighbor" wants nothing that he has not Mrs. Cortell Edwards were wish to express our and greenery were at points of
'by Victor Swanson, Deputy National earned. guests playing with the club. heartfelt appreciation for the Interest.
ON 19" PORTABLE With Mrs. Curry Crusade Director, New many acts of kindness, cards Following lunch several games
York, and "Many Faces ofHope" [and floral offerings received were played. Mrs. Pat Suber
Mrs. Horace Curry was hoe.tees
by Don Brewster, Crusade -
I during the Illness and pissing won high score and was awarded
TV bridge to her club.Thuraday Camellias afternoon and Director, Florida Division.. TIMBER. of our loved one Many, many a double deck of cards. The
and
only $179.95 Following a question answer thanks to all. honorees were presented photo
greenery were at points of In. period, the picture, "The' Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely Family. of Arnel Aline Scott albums for birthday gifts.
terest. Mlllun Club" was shown.It .: ... _
The hostess served an attract was noted by this reporter Contact Us Before You Sell

lice party plate at conclusion that less smoking was Indulged' WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES!
of the game. I In than In the past eight years

that she has been attending Florida Forest Products Inc. Lose I II
SUBER & JOHNSON"Your from Tallahassee presented a meetings. In fact out of 70 In my shape
floor show.In attendance no more than halfa
Call James L. Stewart 856-5494
Quincy
the dance contests three down were smoking, while
Town & Country Shopping Center'' couples won prizes, Linda Pres- previously. there had been more or call or writeP. I Never !

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Fletcher and Stewart Hlnson ,
that
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and Sandra Selman and Homer were- at.th meeting_ than. Is_the i 1
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OADStllN COUNTY TIMES.: QUINCY FLORIDA. THTTCLSDAr FEBRUARY U. 1084 ,
.. I I PACK M o ENWOMEN'S :

Mrs. Hickman 10, 1X4 Church., at the Tint Presbyterian .t la which they hit only I point Quincy (U) Florida High (68)Edward >>
.tti spelled<< disaster
We had a flag ceremony for I Stngletary 11
PAGE Succumbs Here the opening and then divided into Top game scoreri were Ralph Sperling 4 Xeealer B
r
I natroh. Sperling. forward for Qulncy Dover 10 McCollum I
Funeral services were eon each patrol discussed what and Chattahoochre guard LynnMiLarty Baker B eVDerdln: Ig

Persons having Lams oi social ducted for Mr. Mary Clean they are to have U the Court both ripping the Porch 7 Craig :20 1
suture
or* nrgtxi to hall seta for :20 point.. Other
Mrs Hickman, 87, of Quincy at 1 0 of Awards next Monday high big Joyner 1 Creamer !'
May S. Richardson at MAIn 7450) o'clock Friday morning, February Each /.IN received a pro- for icoren the were John Roger IS Coleman 10
Jll'k'lIlnd
Gary Porch
T at the Centenary Methodist tram the coming More :
r-- hitting 13 McCall
for the 6Hairtlm
1 5RT Tiger I
Church with the Rev. E. Show to look over, Out tixtop '
Other Nash Pbllpot assisted by the will have the tnncesxlon stand N i 'Ar Chattahooche (72): Quincy (M) Irate: Florida High
Presbyterian Mn R.on V.the committee are Junior Women Rev Thomas B. Cuttino officiating for the Hone Show this year. McUrty 20 Porch U M, SMnry !5.Qulney .
Cantey and Mrs Roger in 187)) Greensboro (1mBetw.rd.
Morris Suber. Interment was In the Th Girl Scout Cookie Sal Sperling 30
Women Meet Tallahassee Memorial G.rd.na.Mre. end tomorrow UlmUon 10 Baker 1 10 Hobbs SO
Mn P. C. Davis reported Meet FridayThe (Tuesday>)> / John B Dover 17 Bryant UColeman
Scribe Jean Dover I
Troop alunroe.4H .
Hickman native
that there I of
were several new _a. Bundy 10 Kdwardi :22 Bentley II
Here Monday member in Friendship Clrc .. Junior Woman Cl\Ib Mt Vernon, Ala., moved to Jones 4 6 Torch I Potter 7
McCall
World Mission chairman, Mre. met Friday at 11:30 at the Clu Qulncy two yean ago.' She 'wai Fled U. Jame A. Nslsoei Baserit 1 01 Sperling 10 Ftnn 0

Followlne- tbt Bible Study, Don May outlined the lIIulollprolrem House with the president, Mr. a housewife and I member of BellO Biuldret joiner 2 Joyner 0 Veomani 0
which she has planned. R. L. Mssser, presiding. Mr the Methodist Church la Dub- Lt. Nelson IsParticipating :Saul 0 2 Pace 10
We Know Taylor
"Thl from 0
tht tin, Oa.
of John The first wit the one act pity: Brady McClellan, secretaryread :: llainim acort: Chittahoochte liirtime score: Quincy 39.
study taught
by MissLouise presented at the Men of th e the minutes, after whlcMr A She passed away at t odor In Greensboro 37
Quarterman, the regular Church Supper, Wednetday 011 *. Bill Rogers gave the treasurer ait Wednesday afternoon, February 31, Qulncy U I _
business meeting was held by Feb 23 there will be a special '* report s at her home In Quincy.a In the preliminaries _
the Women of the S trot Presbyterian mission sermon and from the Mrs. Alex McMillan gave Survivor Include two Air Force StudyFirst Qulncy'a JVs turned the tide OUTLAWS POLL TAX
utters.,
Church
Monday afternoon 24-28 timely devotional after and cleared the bench In downIng .
there will bee thirty min which Mr*. John Rowan Qulncy, and
ute, program' morning beginning routine business was conducted. Mrs. J F. Warren, Cairo, Oa. Lt James A Nelson of the Chattahoochee B'. 483 President Johnson has hailedat
The president Mr* R H M. at 1IC'e: Those The president presented Mr. and four; brothers, Oeorge Stab-; the 331st Fighter Interceptor >. Quincy center Harold Ray a triumph of liberty I new
Davidson prtiidtd Minute* who will lead are Mia It.th.r- Howard Boylan. a pail president 1m'. Quincy J. 8. Stabler, Talahauee i Squadron at Webb AFB la one! collected 18 and Wayne Chester amendment to the Constitution
were real and the trtiiurer* ins Brown Mrs. Phil McMullen, a camellia corsage an d Charlet Stabler Vale of the participants In the popped In 10 outlawing the poll tax at a requirement '
report liven, which WM follow Mrs I. C. Love, Mr Lanier expressed the regret of th pariiso, and Earl Stabler, Hol17wood. I eral Aviation Agency F.d'j Qulncy High caters will face for voting In deer
td by report of the circle Richardson and Mrt. B A. Ma club that she was moving to ] i study of th* Suixrsonlc I Milton In Marlanna tonight In tlun for Federal ofllc.

chairmen Un of Peniacola chairman of South Carolina to make he Serving at pallbearers were ; port (SSTI Development P""I NWFC Tournament play. If the! The twenty-fourth Amendment

Tht president announced that Synodical Mission Mr. Fount home She also comDlimented John Bates, K. W. Kittle, A. D. grim over Oklahoma Tigers whip MUton. they will wan written Into the law of the
the District Conference would May, Jr. will give the devotloai her on the efficient way la Macon Ben Lovtngood, Henry I Club I I The study I II destined to get' advance to aeml final action Fri land when South Dakota became >

be held in Cretin February SOJin the closing day. Mrs Douast ,- which she had carved aa a m.m.bar W. Palmer and I. W Adami News Views public reaction a* a guide to day. meeting first) seeded his'lone. the thirty-eighth Matt to
Owen will be and holder of various of The J. B. future handling ofhI ionic approve It
Davidson gave the chairman pianist for Adam Funeral ---- -.-. ...! ____
of the nominating committee the meeting flee la the club for many yean Home was In charge of arrangemenu. JUNIPER boom problem, as well a* to -
JUMPERS 4 II
Mr. Lamer Richardson Wednesday night Feb 25. Mn Fred Hodges, la charge CLUB MEETS determine the effects of aonlc!
literature on the Revised Plan hire will be a family night sup-of Fine Art program, Introduped boom on dwelling It will b.
The Juniper Juniper met
Organization and Program per. There) will be foreign students Furniture Howard Cranston of the Tuesday Club Meet February' 4 it the bom of the moat extensive test of theionic SPECIAL SNOWINGeler..peeof
boom
Mart over an extended
Women of the non-Chrlatlan from FSUat Tallahassee.
Church, U. S I
Malcolm
Ira. Smith I
who made With Mr William. period of time held
this meeting an Interesting and ever according
informative talk The meeting WM railed to order to the FAA. I
The meeting was closed with to the club
I prayer. on antique Mn. J. Flitter Williams was by Roaalyn Fletcher, pre' AsauranoM were mad by FAA i
I Three new members wen hostess to the Tuesday morning dent Carol Wagner led the official that the bourn would In
initiated with the president In upUcaie bridge club at her alute to the American Flag no way endanger the health o( ,
!Party Honors charge of the ceremony. They home. CamelliM and roam were Mary Katherine Clark led I In 'people or animal t Maximum
were Mr*. Austin Nixon, Mrs. 1\ points of Interert. Sandwiches be salute to the 411 Flag Intensity' of the control)* I

Phone MAla111 Young Ladies Pat Idwarda and Mn Gen dips. cookie, take and coffee Rosalyn Fl hofl roe a demonstration boom will be two pound per I
Williams. were aarved Rubber plant on *. Leslie square foot, and these maxl ,
Camellia were tffsctively ar- were awarded for prise fair* give one on Kool-ald pie, mum boom will not start untl!
Mr and Mn. J. C. Forten- ranted In the club room. Winner were Mr. Douglass Jane Smith give a demunitraon toe final eight week of the
Tbura. FrL. berry and Mr. and Mra. Carl Serving on the hostel committee Broke and "' 1'1. Tod Bell (a via- on \vhlanut bread study Droirim
Feb. U. I. Hatenburg entertained with a Itorl Mn. After refreshments the meet- LL Nelson' listed,
wen Mr*. Max Gota Ben Duncan In a recent RCA .
'i. High IM
Alfred Hitchcock party Friday night In honor of Mr* Taylor Mn. Bert and Mr*. C Love second, and leg was adjournedMary tatter to his points, Mr. and .r
Color Tube
Present their daughter, Brenda and i'u Mn Don Brown, Mn a Ue for third Mr*. Sam Hlg' I Katherine Clark Mra J. T. Nelson of Quincy I dellly brinia
Marjorle at the Qulncy: Woman B. V doa and Mr reporter you i picture it therp, >o
TWO BIG Peacock: and Mn WU- W. 1:. Mlddleton that he flew over Quincy January -i
FEATURES true, hay to It to More
Club. A Valentine you tee
motif wa 111m and Mr.
Kenneth
Montague, 21
Maxwell on his to Homestead
and way

.
THE MAN WHO used In the decoration Cupid. Mr*. Maurice Owen, Till Rural Route 4 H GUI 1. "It was about midnight believe It. Super powerful b1o
red heart and bow and arrow hid a meeting February 4111 and New Villa VHP Tense Ja
about
KNEW were ilx mile
TOO
MUCH were spaced at intervals Dinner For at the home of Mr*. O. V Mo- 24.000-volt factory id.Juilad io
Daffodil Circle In high The main attest In Qulnry
Starring Junta Phernon.Mrs. ,
Stewart,
in the room. la ) thrills. Depend 1ver:
Doris Day The refreshment table wa Mrs. M. N. Smith Tuesday MeetingThe McPherson served punch night," lighted he wrote.County real. bright .t able Space Aa*sealed Clr
for refreihmentt.
centered by a heart shaped Mn Beth I entry Twin Due'Cone
Alse arrangement of red camellia Mn M. N. Smith Wit honored Daffodil Circle met Tueaay arrell give a demonstration apeakrtlllverrlili"OoMan.

THE TROUBLE There waa an outstanding creation on her lath birthday Sunday night at the home of Mr*. oa how to make brownie hiss Rivals T''roar'aeund.I .
I on the piano I highlight with a delightful dinner given William inman with Mr*. Jaft Melissa McPherson, our presl
WITH HARVEY by cupldi by her children, Mn Joseph Davis eo-hostes The chain dent called the meeting to or-

Starring Edmund Gwena Games and dancing were en Suber, Mr. c. S. Daniel, Mal man, Mn Lamar Smith pro- d.r and we give our flag sa.lutes. Too Tough
Shirley Machine toyed during the evening color Smith and Mn A, F sided during the bualnett ***. Kathy Tharpe called Ih.roiL .
Sandwiches, cookie a a 4 Clark at the home of the latter alon The program eoniUted of TM OA.
punch were "".d. In Greensboro. Camellia la Mn Jeff Davis gave an Interesting iKuailng County Demonitra. For TigersBy Mara a arise no bee M e
FrU Feb. 14 Fifty of the honorees friend various colon were at point of program on "Accessor. I Uon Day and the Dress Revue ase en b.wae
I were guest at this delightful Interest In the living sad dining .* and Flower Arranging and Beth Harrtll
affair room. Fruit and demonstrated. Dent James
VALENTINE SPECIAL! greenery wen reporter
effectively arranged During the I THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION
On State In Person la the den social hour, refrtahmtnla -
A two Time B,erU Writer
BUCK WORNAND ,Luncheon For with pink tiered reset cake and decorated candle were nerved Last Rites Hold During the past week Qulncy r

centered the table. Bridge illght eager* have dropped
Bride Picture of the Luncheon three games In t row Consecutive I
I Elect family group For R. A. PickensR. .
!were made The honoree At Johnson Home losses cam at the hand
THE BLUE NOTES I the recipient: of was of Florida High Greensboro and

Show g::31 ':SO Mist Margaret Lawson Curry and useful gift*. many lovely Mra James Johnson and Mr A. ricken. 80, owner ofthe Chatlahnoohee TABLE TV VALUE
bride elect, was the honoree a.tI Among the out of town ortelle Edwards entertained Plrken Pharmacy In Chat- In last Tuesday night action
beautiful one o'clock luncheon were ,grandchildren guesti with a bridge luncheon yostar- .hooch** died it I:19 Sunday In Tallahassee the Florida l toP10

Sat. Feb. IS Saturday at The Jefferson Smith, Jacksonville and Mr.Jerry and day .t the home of the former morning: In the Tallahassee Me- High Demons drC7od; the Tiger
House when Mr*. Carl Owenby Mr*. Roger Smith and on Highland Avtnut A vslen- mortal lloipltal IS-51. at the end
ton of
DOUBLE FEATURE and her daughter than Ermine Tallahassee.Woman's. tine motif was used In the dec Born In Ft Deposit Ala, Mr of the tint quarter, the Demons
Owenby entertained for her oration. with red cameUlaa Pickets moved to Chattahooee bounced back to take a :20-21
ONE EYED JACKS White tulip and snapdragons and valentine hearts predomi- 10 year ago. H* was aformic halftime lead and command

Stirring Marina Brande formed the centerpiece Place Club n.un'. Tallies} were also 01 va\ mayor of Chsltahoochee. from there on.
card were of bridal design Wine dealin charter member of the Chat Qulncy ouUhut Florida High 0trrlCTVR
Also The hostesses gave the brad Board Meets Winner- of high low and hoocbee Rotary Club, membe penientige-wlse' 61-49, but IDS
elect a piece of diver In her bingo were awarded 0' the Chattahoochee Huntln out In the rebound department Thgny
RIFIFI IN TOKYOSun. chosen pattern at I memento of Mr. J Fisher Wllllimi, fll'ltl Jewelry tor prle ooetume Club and a member of the Meth 2311. ad
the vice pretldent presided Four lame stowing honor r T.b.1.LOL.
Den.lon.tb. at the tables Including Mn mist Churck wercaptund
10 guest were executive board meeting of the Johnson's Wednesday Funeral tervloei were C'Onduoltcl by Florida H1ah'e I u .
.. Moaw Tuet, the mother of the couple, Mrs.. Quincy Woman' Club Thursday >'edlhli nice party. club enJo at JSO Monday afternoon Craig who bombed In 10 potato Blaok-ahd.WAlt.
Feb. II 17. II J. M. Griffin and hire. Sidney a.m. la the absence of the at the First III.tbodl.tChurch Walter Dover cad laic 1.mlD er
Johnson and Alias Curry''. president, Mr*. Janice Watt Ifl Chattahoochee wlthe tied for Qulncyi top tcorln I, Color

FOUR FOR TEXAS grandmother Mn Fount May Following routine business, Rev Donald Padgett, thev e with 10 Back.Quincy' .
the Fine Art Chairman report. John It Martin and the B'* also found the
Stirring Frank Sinatra Bridge Club Meets ed Mn IL J. Jeff) DavUhad I Rev Moody Holmes officiating going leash, losing out M-48
Dean Mar tin. charge of the pror'r Feb I I Interment was In the ML Plea.- Wayne Chester bit for la while
Anita EkbergStart I With Mr Bridges aviary, which la Fine AH rTI ant Cemetery with the Clark- Jary Coleman followed with'
Mr Month.. She will 14.. ,
Shelton Brad?** WM display sever: Smith Morgan Funeral Home In
10 host*** to her bridge club Wed- al painting, discussing art appreciation chine. Saturday night Quincy
Wed. n oday afternoon. Aa -.*. and will give a abort Survivors Include his widow. eyed to Greensboro to ssssxs*
!anent. of blue Iris and cinch: sketch of the aitiiii II Mn Dorothy Owen Plcken. arch county rivals a la : : I

MOVE OVER fttrhnghted the !Nvitia' room deeontfao. She will have flower .rr.n,.. ''I'' ChstUhootbeej one daughter, tomeoomlng game and JOlltn'l
DARLING Preceding the fame meats and Interpret" them to j I Mrs, Richard Plait, T.llahara. out on the abort end i RCA'VICTOR Mwlfstct TV
I a ds art wig NneL the painting. Mra. JL R. KInc.ld I ..: one ion, Ronald Plckeni, Quincy led at halftime by
tarring Doris Day I Mr*. H. JL Letter, Joy was will play background mood: I Chattahoocheei three brothers. point margin, but fill *
James Garner > winner and wa music during the program. 3. Jee/not/ 'four sisters and four grind- y the end Of the bird -. e 23 tub(overall dli!J.) 247 id. In. picture
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Iswardod .eoetume. J.e-.lry-=--I the Mn devotional Amos Davie will five I children. Creenaboro his team. Clinton, leading jlibb.IPlrk.4 UM* Super-powerful Now Vista VHP Totter

Elizabeth Canter and Lucille way with 10 point Quincy got .22,500 void of picture/ power(deilgn ivtngt)
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED Mr. Cory Jessup Sheller tied for first place In Hospital Report a 22 point effort from center
Duo-Con
the Friday afternoon bile Coleman. I Exttndid-rino Speaker

CARS octesi At Bridge at the Biwano Club. match"j Feb. 4 through Feb 10 The Bulldoga Junior Varsity Dipindible Space Age Sealed Circuitry
Mr. Cary Jessup entertained It playing IB Moultrte Mr*. Sybil Lodge, Mr. Bally made homecoming: romplete
USED PARTS for oil mdcM the Tuesday Study Club at her probably. winning up JeweU Owens John Sylvester, with a 42.it vlctury Wayne
of Cart and Truck ome In Cbattahoochee thla For tbt past several yean R. L. Ltvlnieton, Mia Dlbn Cbesler and Gary Coleman each
".ek. here hasnl been time to Jan Kent. K. .... Ftrrell and bad II polnta la the 'losing $189.95 WIth Trade
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE Following refreshments and breathe between the hindtcapi Mr*. Betsy Korargiy. all o f .use. |I
BUY JUNKED CABS I abort business **.*toa Mneiiup and championship> louraameota. Qulncyi C. A. tUrk, Branaa Monday night at Qulary High
reviewed' the book One At the February luncbeo and 'ante* and Benjamin Plckeni, gym the Tigers fell le the \. -
1422 Jtffermon. MAIn 7.7115 Vo-Three Infinity by business meeting It was decid Chattahoocbe; Mn Mary Pop. low Jacket from ChtttirMothe
0111IOII. 'fIOl"1 ed that the ehtmplonahJp Curtis Roach. and Bob 72-89 Chittihoorbee look com
l netohe will begte In April and CIn", IlaviM, Willis Day and mind of the game early In th*, MACK'SRADIO
the handicap nutcbe will be Mra Shirley Dyal filet period lad were la ckarg
Played U the fall. ant Mr*. Gloria Aaa t.ao'; as'all:. the .*,. Qulary toured
J. J. Btoutanlre and Ed Lane, with the Jitkel in the second d TV SERVICE
Tallahasieei Mn. Dlanna Tra and fourth quarters 17.17 and
wick. Cretna, Mn Clara Adril i0.l'. but a pour iblfd quarter
ONeal, A. Tolar. 507 East I.H.rson Street'

WI6'i.; e Week: ,he week and were er .m.nlecl
Strugglingwith lauds and Mr*. Der McDan01 home by her mother, Mr*. Pearl MAin 7-6608
beads I Woodward

BIRTHSto.. and ...". Edward I _.. _u ___ ..

I H.. Dyal! boy Feb 7, ...,.
and at... Janice1r'rwkh, girl,1
Feb T and Mr and Mr. Albert ,
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II '. I.. Klttrell returned
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Tuesday after spending the
.. .: I SCOUT KIWI weekend In Mount Rica with
RETURN? Junior Troop 144 met la the her brother, U C Urevo. ',
George Muoree Library Taw- Mr. and Jt>.. We W, Mela-
day iftenxKHS We divided tale ore of AUaau .*..| Ik* week
4 1- patrol* The *_I of the end with her brother la law ad' TIME FOR SPRING PLANTING

," i are aVwrlae. BlMMrda, HMer. Mr. and MIL Cbarte.
,and &....*. Our fotort plan Brills, JrMr I
; 1 were dlamsaed For Use closing and Mn II. X Unenaohl

did a tong aad dance ..... of Atlanta tpeat the w* Un<]
Make it texy on yourself text year. Open I fin Itada Ortfflav with hat Mater, Mr.. W, W.I Field Seed -
i i e crlbeTreof Ward ... family
Cbedrinj Account now .. sad UM It'.Your I
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Milee W...... student
I 107 met Monday ,.. Candler at ALL VARIETIES CORN LINDSEY 77 SORGHUMCIM'
checkbook record will provide a eompfete '0.1& ue MetbediJI Ckurtk. Te Tbeelogical school of
lm1 I'arvertuy .ta AS COTTON BEANS
AUaata, VELVET
day Mr.
of conLributbpa medical I, wit mltb birthday
heady accoontin peat the _l.a4 here wits
Belinda MILLET
Ktaard baked her a relaCJ", .. KENTUCKY WONDER 191 BEANS
payments, and other deductible npen et. cake Mary Ka>. smith served
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Mr and PEANUTS
aw**. The,.... aorpriaed ker Mn. Janet .... COW PEAS
and eaufbUr Mm .
And if picked tor "spot check" fey ilagtag Happy Birthday. > ". .
yorfrt a dJvtded tale toe ebtied rUreU ft/e....

your cancelled bank check will be proof 'took due sad bad MtreU tell tall.sad to Mr.DoUiaa MetMtal Riddle......,.
Tee Cadeue Tracy aM daegbter Garden Seed
fees r,.., IO, -
positive of your ezpendit bone this week
free WlllMo
Nerby
Wiped
... M lean earn. where abe went t.. U IM IUa ALL VARIETIES BEANS AND PEAS CANTALOUPES
You can open a Checkinf Account hereIn aeagt T. w. *u4* Vale. .. and -
Uses for dew el her father,
koepiul ittn. Last Mr C a CARROTS SWEET CORN CUCUMBERS LETTUCE
Mua.
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minute See u today week w* elected sew Patrol Mr, Riddle
Leaden flay are- Ginger tnt tarn Charlierettnted hawse OKRA PEPPER PUMPKIN RADISHES RAPE
Ute flnt el ik. _....
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I; Debra Kt. RHUTABAGA
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Mrs. : -
tram, ftual t. Paula AIMS KJ4dle tt JcttueivUle .
CITIZENS BAM Petrel I; Betas Kissed W I* visiting bar MI a4 GREEN SEEDS
j "i treeasjrer. laogaur to .law, M/. ... Mn.
'I' GIIt.t:1Iaoa Tracy Riddle a4 ,.. ,. |I
AND TRUST COMPANY fneadekle drtle getting mad datings.tiM. to a Mr ... Mr*. C aX Daai.li
..... ef Twe swat Ue weekend QUINCYFEEDMILLSINC
1 I KlMrd, .Mb !br kretker ta taw and .
Member Federal Deposit laiuranc Corp. I Trop Scribe saner, Mr, and Mr* Joeep
uincy'a: Only Insured Bonk 'T1'. Juber it and ether reUute*. I IMr.
Trw. M- a4 Mr*. Robert Crave QUINCY DIAL MAin 74267 FLORIDA

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Top Scorers complete with all public services E. W. EdwardsAt
Social
RECREATION Player, team TP all the Industry and commerce Security perjona/
I B. Spires, P 27' needed to provide jobs,
A. Pixel, B 24 Sp' YOUR OAlTO.( and sufficient housing and cultural InformationAccording Great LakesGreat
NEWSBy H. Rudd, F 18R. and recreational facilitiesfor
Glover, P 11 .. moderate and low in- to Walter Kehoe. Lakes III. Eldrldge Mrs. W. R. Melton of Cuth-

Donn James If. Massey B '1 > By LESTEB JU OOLEMAX: RD.., come families" as well as for the District Manager for Social Security W. Edwards, 22, son of Mr. and bert, Ga pent the weekend.
B. Edwards, F 6 well-to-do Mrs. Eldrldge W. Edwards of
with her sister, Mrs. W. D.
Tallahassee,
In some
BASKETBALl. J. Rudd, F 81 There is no price tax attachedto Route I, Quincy, completed
Basketball S. Brown, F I 6 Doctor Fd Like To KimvSOUS this part of the President's farmers In this area are not basic training Jan. 31 at the Don.
Junor Boys' R. btrouw, P 6 : Mr. and Mri. Otho Edwards
program. This li because It involves getting social security credit Naval Training Center, Great
Game scores: Tuesday, Feb. S. Crouch, B 4 a variety of federal A..I for their earnings. This Is because Lakes, III pent from Tuesday until Frl"-
4- Cities Service Warriors 21, P. Horton, E: 4 time ago you wrote' happy human beings, Jstance techniques: grants and The nine-week training includes day In Jacksonville attendingthe
file tax returns -
Quality Shop Celtics 14; Friday B. James, B 4 about coronary hurt disease In e e. loans to the states and 1oc.u.1 they don't naval orientation history .
Feb. 7- Cities Service B. Norman, E 4 one of your columns. Fleaaewrite ties for planning and construction and report their self- and Florida Sheriffs' Conven.
Fear And organization, seamanship while ;'
and there
Anxiety tlon visited her
Warriors 32, Wilson's Lakers 21; Standings Won IMt about It once more because .I of public facilities, and of employment Income. These ordnance and gunnery,
Quality Shop Celtics 39, Bell & The Famous May Drugs > 0 I would like to know If A discussion In our home recently loan insurance for private developers farmers deprive themselves and military drill, tint aid and lurIval. and brother Mri in law Bert and Plttman sister, and Mr.
Batei Hawkl 22. Sober & Johnson 2 1 1 I CM again live a, normal lifeafter centered on the difference constructing such facilities their families of protection incase brother, IO. Johnson.
Scorers Jungle 1 S& I between .
Ten
Top Jitney fear and
heart attack, I em actually anxiety.
a. death or re-
of disability During the training recruitsreceive :
Player, team TP Quincy Telephone 0 S Neither husband Mri. Vera Brown of Clear.
afraid to walk down my nor I could The rationale for this program tirement.All tests and interviews
G. Suber, C B6 Scheduled games lor next th'j' explain It satisfactorily. PJeuM Is that urban ,water and Valdosta spent the
I alit steps from th.lront 1 expansionhas farmers Including! sharecroppers which determine their future assignments -
C. Conrad, W 87 week: Thursday, Feb. 13- it for weekend with Mr. and hint
K. Dfanon, H 76 Panthers vs. Blue Devils and feel well, but I clarify us. been""unplanned and un' ) get Social Security In the Nsvy. Upon iuston RogeriMri. .
S. Sanders, W 85K. : The famous vs. Electrons; Tuesday can't control )in. R.T.. New York economic. It Is hard to seethe protection when they file fed- completing the program they! Henry Faulk spent the
StouUmlre, H 56 Feb. 18P.nlherl vs. The being afraid to Dear Mrs. T.t Fear is a response virtue economic, social' eral Income tax return and pay art assigned to service schools weekend in Albany with her
Johnny Smith, L 52 Famous and Blue Devils v*. do anything1. of the body to an '*. or cultural of a deliberate the Social Security tax. A farmer for technical training or to son in law and daughter, Mr.
J. Langley, C 54 Electrons. I AJ.K, Ontario teresa threat. An oncoming attempt to create new com- who clears $400 or more, must hips and stations for oD-the.1 and Mri. L. C. Fleming and
munities. Who
K. Craig, L 42 Men's Basketball 1E-4 Dear )ir. K.t automobile or a menacing situation specific Industries will decidewhere : file a tax return and pay the Job training in a Navy rating children Lon and Babi While
C. Harbin, W 41 Game scores: Feb. 8- Shell Your problem I. provokes fear, and qUick. businesses locate who and social security tax on his earn peclalty I he wn there her grandson Lon
M. Seay, H 83 Oilers 72, Craig Oil Co. 36, so similar to ly alerts the body and place It work In them; what; recreational will ings. A farmer must do this Naval training produces the celebrated hs) 18th,birthday_ _
Standings Won Loll Manning Taylor 64, Hydro Gas that of many on guard and cultural facilities people even though he may not owe power In lea power by supplying
Cities Service 0 1 62. who have been This is an Immediate defense will want, or should have? any Income tax. qualified personnel to man the VITAMIN AND
Quality Shop 5 BWilson's Top Ten Scorers Dr. Coleman afflicted by reaction. Adrenalin, other hormones These questions have Mr. Kehoe said that a farmer hips, planes and ihore stations
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apparently
HEALTH FOOD
Lakers who doesn't clear $400, can still of today's Navy. SERVICE
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Player, team TP heart attacks and blood sugar an been anticipated in the
Bell & Bates :2 7 get social security protection, Special Diet and
T. Fason, bO 129 poured Into the blood stream to President's The
that It Is worth repetition U itortf1" message. answer
Scheduled games for the It. W, Goodson, MT 118 activate the muscles, the brainpower \ Is that federal funds will If he had sales of at least 4600. Ancient cypress trees, hundreds Health Food
Week: Tuesday, Feb. 18, 4:15: O. Joyner HO 83 some support.Thera thousands of and the Inner resources be used to train the social workers To get social security credit In of yean old, dominate Mica Audrey Reaves Owner
p.m.- BeU & Bates vi. Wilson's 1. Jones, 11G 82 are many against impending Mrs... and other local employees this case, the farmer must file he plant life at Florida's Slier 80} W. King SU Ph. 6Z7-7432
Lakers 80 people who have satisfactorily his tax return under a special
R. Lemieux, SO needed Springs.
for
These valuable forces solving community : _._____
art This
Biddy Basketball R Parramore, MT 75 recovered from coronary heart problems The President method for farmers only.
Game scores: Friday, Feb. 7_ S. Grlffls, CO 71 dlsesM and other heart attacks. quickly accumulated and. the the "substantial Federal saysthat special method works this way
Rained out U Parrlsh. HO 69 Yet, despite the fact that they boddecision is established Investment In local If total farm sales are between
--- -- -- -- -, J. Wells, SO 61 have been pronounced cured, either for fight or flight Thus efforts Justifies a deep community Federal 1600 and $1800, report WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTIONAND
I J. Chllders, HG 57 they seem to live In terror and the external threat Is parried, Interest In the quantity of local 2/3 of the total sales for social
controlled, and the body de security credit. A farmer can
SECOND HALF STANDINGSTeams dread of having another attack. employees. SUPPLY INCORPORATED
do this if his farm loses
fended. even
Lout In
Won other
Shell Oilers :2 0 Complete Recovery Vague Threat ... federal money words to we develop will spend the money for the year.If "Horn of Quality Building Materials"Plywood
1 1 When someone tut* had a who you have any questions or l
I Hydro Gsa expert will deal with the Pin. Paneling
IIIIlm Manning Taylor 1 1 heart attack and has roiled Anxiety arise from a vague, problems we will create by federal need any help, contact your
!
( Craig Oil Co. 0 2 sufficiently and has been treatp Indefinable internal threat. In. planning of communities./ nearest Internal Revenue Service Insulation Paints & Varnishes
Scheduled games for tonight: ed for the period of time etab ner tensions and baseless fears Office or your Social Secure Roofing Shoe Rock
IIIU IO/iU/ rtaia.a yoil a itiiOAtr ,. Shell halted activate terrorising "attacks" ity Office located at 306 West
Gas
7 p.m.Hydro V by Ma doctor, reooveryCM Card of Thanks
Door Unit
Pin
Oilers; 830 pm.- Craig OH often be said to be comopIe. from unknown sources. Th* Jefferson Street, Tallahassee.A Framing
Co. vs. Manning Taylor. ... same defense reaction may oci We wish to extend s sincere representative! from this Celling Tile Aluminum Awning Windows I"
When activity Is again al cur In the blood stream as with "Thank You" to aU our friends office will be at the Courthouse -
and PLUS MANY OTHER BUILDING NEEDS AT
neighbors for
fear, but their cards, In Quincy every Mondayat
towed by the physician, the the actual defenses
Geo. Harvell Is memorials and other expressions 830: am. to 12:00: noon to
heart can usually be considered seem to be inadequate. Bodily
of WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTION & SUPPLY. Inc.
c disorder sympathy at the time assist persons in filing a claimor
I healthy enough bear the burden are frequently associated of our recent bereavement.
Staff SergeantU. and atress of controlled with the** purposeless are truly grateful. We concerning wanting social other security Information mat 1130 W. Franklin SU Quincy Phon. 827.7607Hom..own.d

exertion. burst of unexplained terror. The Family of G. II. Boring ters. I
S. Air Forte Academy, It la unfortunate that so When episodes of anxiety: repeatedly -
Colo. George Harvell of Tallahassee '
remain "cardiac
many people occur, speclaBxed help
has been promoted to Invalids" long after their React must be sought without ft. ,eal.Inl' -
In the United
staff
sergeant
muscle have returned to nor of shame or stigma for
States Air Force.
mU. la their four these people many people have been reduced
Sergeant Harvell, s printing their live if
pattern M they to ehrooto.motional InraBdbm
PrIZSote: headquarters
TIL specialist, Is assigned to
BELIE'LLOWINI" ) squadron her at the were staled for Imminent d. by the failure to seek help.

.A 7.ASPOONPUs. 0. academy.The struction. With guidance and with ctorl.flcatlon .
.OO AK STOPS sergeant the ion of Mrs. raise Standard of their emotional prob-
H.. : : &... false standard ems, more have been /n Plenty
Annie Harvell of ZOOS Tartary : By their own many
Drive, Tallahassee. He attended they Havana High School Not until the heart YlcUm can anxieties. KWCOLE r'
His wife, Betty Is the daughter again take leis place,free of this While Dr. CoIemM e oamotimderf Parking Space
We take pride In the of Mr and Mrs. J. W, Mlrlck
tear, In hi* home and in his oft* to emnoer Indirtdttalletters
personal attention of Rt 2, Quincy job| can he be considered totally lie 4MZZ ...*. readers'

your prescription SPACE STATION IN SPAIN rehabilitated. When the Question 4* M. totem whenever \ For Your
limitations established by your jKMSioif and when key :
receives here, announced Spain and plans the United for the States con doctor are atdhered to, you and ore p/ general<*..,**,.4ddrM FOOD STORE : il/
be letter to Dr. Cotsmas to
itructlon and operation of a I-- can gain re your
spare tracking and data acquisition to the ves of healthy tan of this eete paper. ConvenienceQUANTITY
F. P. May station about 30 miles tO UM Xb c Iwd..nm+* taej
west of Madrid. ,
Drug Co. The station will be used to
support United Stales sonar and RIGHTS RESERVED
Phone Quincy 627.7601 Flo. planetary exploration projects The National Outlook

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All of one's education does Perfection Long GrainRICE Pal CookinqOIL

not_ come out of.books._ I Bj George Iligedora
of dealing with juvenile dellnqu -

KIHARD ENTERPRISES Inc. (HOUSING PROBLEMS President's-FOR NEW OLD on I ncy In the and schools.maintaining discipline \

I Th. message The logical reaction would
CHARLES KINARD Owner \housing provides an Illustration have been a pause for re-eval I
RtmodeUnq Addition of how government programs, uation. Instead, we now have
I once started, tend to grow the federal subsidies to middleIncome

HEW QONSTpySJION; ..., i proliferates, la the. attempt to housing. This year, the
by President the development
suggests
.1'
problems
Garages solve ens set '
Carport Porches government Intervention we create of_ whole I, _communities
Roofing Siding Cabinet I new problems which call for 3 Lb. 33c No. 10 99c

Florida Room Enclosure new measures of government i BagMayfield Jug
Intervention and so on for- INSECTICIDESSOIL
"No Job Too Large or, Too Small"

Havana Highway Phone 627-8495 ever.The low-rent public housing FUMIGANTS
program may appear on Its sur-

., sue-es. WEED KILLERS CreamCORN Red Bird Can

TIME TO WE HAVE I buildings certainly look better

Devo Paint and structures more comfortable torn down to than mske the SOUTHERNCHEMICAL 303 10 Viennns 10

: Plumbing: Flitarf room for them. But In the process Con
Complete Line ef more dwelling units were
Building Materials destroyed than were built. Thus
Alcoa Aluminum Roofing on the average crowding has
Galvanised Hoofing k Siding been Intensified and many families Sales & ServiceInc. I Flat Can Como Toilet
lloiiMwarts ft Gift were forced back Into existing
Carey Asphalt Roofing slums.
Gold Bond Bheetrock In addition, maximum-Income :.
REMODEL snd Gypsum Products limitations necessarily Imposed Sardines 10 Tissue 4 Roll 29

BUILD Sporting Plus Hundreds Good k of Farm Other Supplies Items on families housing to qualify have for created subsldlied Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 Pack

BELL & BATES special problems. There Is a
HARDWARE CO. high concentration of broken I QUINCY. FLORIDA
:1 QUALITY MEATS AT LOW LOW PRICESFrosty I r
IS NORTII MADISON STRUT QUINCY families In these projects,I
which Increase_the_difficulty I :

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FRUIT TREES Shade Trees I


:: Reg. $12.50 :: Delicious PorkSTEAK Apalachicola Pint
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5 Apple I Trees Peach Trees special $6. 5 i!

:: Red and Yellow. J. H. Hal. Early Qberla PUSSY Willows ::
:C: Delicious Belle of Go- Golden Jubilee =_,

= 4 to 5 F..t ? $1,00 =I

Fig Trees Satsuma Weeping Willow Seminole Whole! or Half

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== Brown Turkey Kumquat 6 to 8 Feet $1.00 ==_1 SLAB BACON 29'


5= Plum Trees MorumL Sweet Nagoml Sour Beautiful Bushing =53 I lb.


:: Bruce and Damson Boxwood 25c up |

:: PersimmonTone I =i GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE DAIRYSweet
Crepe Myrtle
5 Pear Trees Nashl
All Brands Canned
Pecan 50c Up |l
I 5 KelHer and Bartlett


Concord and Scuppernong T-Olive |' BISCUITlocans

Vines Wonderful Fragrance: E: POTATOES lb. 5e

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from Converse College where quets and Scout Sunday, Feb 'Kiwanis Club 1
he received her Bachelor of '9, were only few of the various j District ChurchContinued
)Music degree She teaches plans activities that honored three

and 1* organist at Centenary rowing youths, our leaden of from Pat One) I (Continued from Pate One) Fletcher Company
Methodist Church :tomorrow. ,
This concert was considered '' Program Areaof Church, announced that the
a success In every way, and was Presently In.he Suwmne :7vlhh: support of churches committeehad
much appreciated by River Area there are approximately arranged for member of
I enre which filled the W'om' 5,000 Scouts and 1,080 Mr*. toes Eubank, Preabyrial -I the club to attend the Methodist INC.
Club: ,'adult counselors. The Scout in treasurer will tell of the services Friday evening Ina
I the third and final concertof 'till. seventeen county are constitute Work of the Councils In the body GREENSBORO"West
the aerie will be given April one of the most active Revised Plan She will be assisted Four members of the Havana
30 areas In the South. At present, by MmUlltem Morri' Klwanl Club were In attendance
_.- I pleas are under way for the 'son of Havana at the Monday meetingC.
FESTIVAL BOUND Members of the Thomas Memorial construction of the' Wallwood I II B, Shflfer, Immediate pa.tpt'Nid.nl
The liter, for the Neweviaed
Baptist Church Choir who will take part In the State Music Reservation at take Talquan I' Plan ur* of the Havana Club,
Jr.-Sr. which will accommodate 3W will be presented
Festival Saturday In Perry are left to right, front row: Quincy Scouts per week when completed by Mrs. R II. Davidson, present and spokesman for the group Gadsden's Largest
Evelyn McDonald, Sandra Skeenei, Shirley Smith Madeline ct Women of the Church, brought greetings and congratulations

Carter, Paula Floumoy, Delorei Bryant, Billie Sue Hi Honor RollIs Many of the Scouts within 'uinry Church, Fust Presbyterian on of the the Quincv seventeenth club.anniversary The

Carter Shuler Brockman and Ann Chei. this same area will attend the litKtrumental
Mary Carolyn Havana club wa Source of Supply"
National Jamboree at
Valley
ter. Second row: Byron Smith, director Worth Clark, Released Forge In July where: there will Ralyn C I'aikhlll', director, the formation( of the local organisation
Evergreen I'i.', Other member of
Blucher Blair Webb Brockman Charles Mc- iuterian Vocational
Danny John 1 be an expected fifty-five thousand
E. Robinson,
School, J.
Lendon, Mary Emma Livingston, Bobbie Jeter and Ruth Scouts They will be allowed Minden LoulKlla the group were
The following students at I* to speak concerning the James Mitchell and Jimmy
Ann Wade.Woman's. Quincy Junior-Senior High one short Intermission ofdav work of his school .nc1111 prog- Wynn. --:A:--
and half of fun at thtWorld'
, School were named to the honor a a ress. This lOt hool is one of the John Herring, who has been
Thomas Memorial Church, ling roll for the preceding sU Fair Women of the Church Birthday appointed by President Louis
Club tenor In the concert, and added weeks period. All students must Objectives for this year. Dooner to represent the club In
I greatly to the beauty of the have an academic avrrag of at the county-wide oral vaccine
performance. Hit musical background east 90. Mrs C V Butler, chairman polio drive to be conductedsoon
Second Concert Includes acting ai minIster 12thKI Adams, Rich Ashley 17PIILIETI District IV, urges a good attendance announced that work was' Materials
of music at the Tattnal Frank Baker, Larry Barber & at this meeting, progressing but warned that It Building
Square Baptist Church In Macon Cynthia Cox, Carol Crouch .if Represrotathcn from the fol- will be absolutely necessary to
Termed SuccessMusic where he directed eight Alice Gay, Stewart Hlnson Car- I )Tttf= lowing churches, which makeup have the help and cooperation
choirs. At Mercer University, 01 Marsh, Mary Jean Mynard,, the Dlstnct are expected; 01 every member and possibly
he ..nln the university chorus, Sharon Poppell, Hugh Stephens I I llountslown, Bristol, Chatta- the wives of member In the
\vierday: and Today and seminary group. He received Brenda Thomas, Brenda White, ly IU MNIT oochee, Grelnd, Havana, Quincy huge undertaking The club
the second concert tn the degree of Bachelor of Divinity lllh- Nancy Baur, Gale First, Quincy New Phlladelhla has Joined with the Gadsden Farm and Builder'sHardware
series sponsored by the Fine, and Master of ReligiousEducation man, Mary Ellen CoI"1 They are putting up 35 or 40 Quincy "oodllnd and Weahikhka County Medical Association In
ArU Department of the Quincy James Jlmmi '
fowler
super light along Jackson- the drive which will get underway
Wonun'i Club was presentedat Howell, Martha May, Jean --- -- In March.
and
ville's old Main Street orelet -
'the Wonun'i Club Thursday Mrs. James Lambert li the I Mores, Pat Farmer, Dianne brightest Pat Partner and Hugh Thompson
It will be the I
night, February 8. well loved public school mu.lcl Peacock Tommy Presncll Kaye lighted thoroughfare in Araerl- Colored of the Qulncy High. School
The program Included three, teacher at the Quincy Elementary S.nford. Connie Seniif Christy GroupContinued Key Club were guest,
medley from well known music' School. In addition, she Smith Strickland c.
Jane Hugh The sign still designate the A abort board of director
comedies: Showboat Song of serves ai choir director at First Thompson, Patsy Wood. street as Main, but for year Ithas ( from Page Use) I meeting was held following the
Norway, and The Sound of Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Lambert 10th- Kay Baiwett, Hank regular meetucovitt
been known the Avenueof
Music. Also sung by the dou- received her musical education -I. Burnett, Billy Bryant, HaroldClements Wlnos. aa adsden County School Board _- I
ble mixed quartet were arrangements at George Peabody College Leona Falrcloth Beth that If the crokking sac properly FertilizersAll
haven't gotten all the
They
of several songs: In In Nashville where the Fletcher, George Gilbert, Clayton lights and already up from marked school boy patrols *
the Evening By The Moonlight, studied under Louis Nichols llanney, Carol Hamilton, super First Street to the river it'slossible would work' the Intersection.In D
Glow Worm, and Gossip a calypso Randall Klncald, bass, Is past Linda Hinton, Donna May, Lamar t I
song. The male quartet, director and presently a singer Munroe, Jimmy Naff Rosa to ice from one panhandler other business at the re*.
accompanied by Sandra Skeenei, In the chancel choir at Centenary Nelson, Bill Newcomb, Patricia 10 .to another, a distance of! ul.r meeting the Commission- TypesShade
sang My Wonderful One Shine Church. He la a plant pathologist 'arramore, Sandra Selman .tepa.Commlaalon.r era further discussed Ordinance
On Harvest Moon, and The at the Experiment Station Mary Shuler, Martha Smith, Dillon Kennedy No. 419, relating to the city's
World It Waiting For the Sun- and has music ai a hobby. Wayne Stewart Jimmy Taylor says when all lights Ire turned No 2 pension plan, No action
on It will be a big Improvi taken. Tobacco Formulas
rise. The ladies' group, accompanied While in undergraduate school, Wee Davis, Marilyn Williams, moot was (
by Lou Mtze, sang he studied vole under J. Clyde Jane Woodward, Susan Wood- They also dlwuniicd I
Old Main will be ,
street a
so proposed
Alice Blue Gown, Comln' Thru Brandt and sang In the college ward. resolution
the Rye and Mighty Lak a glee club. 9th- James Abnew.. Sara brightly be the lighted only Jacksonvillewill city where I onhcomlng paving regarding project, and the Custom Mixed)

Hose. Mrs. Bill Brlcker the other Morgan, Arthur Munroe, Gene moochers wear theatrical make heard a report from City Manager
Sandra Skeenei, who Is a soprano in the ensemble, Is alsoa tewcomb, Sterling Renfroe, Bregoiy relative to the con-
newcomer to Quincy, but who newcomer to Quincy but Is Janice Smith, Cheryl Snipes, up.The commissioner that tructlnn of the proponed water Let Us Quote Prices
says
baa already won a place In themusical fast becoming known ai the Frances Suber, June Wilson the other streets be lighted reservoir
field, sang some selections 'Susan Wynn. may
very popular choral director of
from The King and I. Miss the Quincy High School. She 8Ui- Via Adam, Ricky Barnett with Where the tuner bulb later on A number of unpaid city occupational
I area well lighted
Skeenei, who la the public also sing in the First Baptist Wanda Brown, Sue Con, there are license were tus ned -
school music teacher at George Church choir and 1* assistant jlnnl* Cox, Meal Falrcloth, Van 1* less crime he Bays. over to City: Attorney Alton
Monroe Elementary School organist She attended Judson Fletcher, Jo Lands Gleaton, So the new lights are not Cow let for collection, Fertilizer and Lime
likely to replace the .1} watt
came Canon-l'here to the Negro feme-
gate
nessee. While In college she sh* received her Bachelor and farmer, Susan Phillips, Judy -- I
In the southern part of the
was director of the college a Master of Arts degree, While I Russell, Marlin Seay Elaine, Contest ery would be completed within
capella choir. la addition to at Baylor, she studied vole under Stiiflett, Allen Smith, Judy Essay city Iwo week He aim.. laid that Service
her duties at the George Mun- John Carrol Colllni and Smith, LJniley Solomon, Steve three types of light for IllumInating Spreader
roe Elementary School, the is organ under Roy Markham and Stoutamire, Barbara Suber (Continued from Page One) the colored recreation
organist at Thomas Memorial sang with th* Oratorio Chorus Greg Suber, Allen Woodward.7th area known as Jackson Height*,
Baptist Church. and the Religious Hour Chorus Linda And Jean Baker helpful to contestant, he said were being tested. !
Marguerite Hendrix and Lou' The Rev. Branson Matney Jr, Mark Bale, Carolyn Bowman, Thirty-four cities In Florida operate ---
Stirs delighted the audience pastor of First Presbyterian Nancy Bowman KrWIne Brown, their own electric utility I
with songs from Porgy and Church worked with the group, Kay Cost, Jeff Embry Mary system, and wilt participate in Irrigation Supplies
Best Their duet, Bess, You liMy but was stricken with laryngitis Fletcher Vance Hewett, Glen the contest, Thomas said. Theyare Flue Tobacco .
Woman Now waa a highlight and was unable to sing. lilt substitute !Hunt Barbara Mahaffey, Russell :
of the concert. Miss Hendrix was John Cooksey sensor Marsh Wayne Mote Jean Alarhua, Bartow, Blounla- One)
who received ber education In music at F.S.U., and director Munroe, Mary Jean Norby, Dick own, liushnell Chattahoochee. (Continued Item Page Permanent Overhead'Systems
at F.S.U., studied voice under of music for Greensboro Shaw, Karen Stewart Charlotte L'lewlston, Fort Meade, Fort the lark of knowledge and understanding
the late Miss Gladys Koch bbl Baptist Church. He has a very Stoutamire, Jerry Sober fierce, Gainesville, Green CoveSprings of many part of
has added much to the musical pleasing tenor voice. Sue Vickers, Archie Watson : :O'IIIIIL.I: V: roUeach. the overall tobacco program and,
life of the community by her I Mrs. Robert Armstrong, who In particular, the role of tHabllullim nOM lu.oln.1 I Pipe Plumbingand
beautiful soprano voice and la accompanied several of the ensemble Scouts Celebrate54th Newberry, New Smyrna Beach, In making price support Queen Mother ,
a valuable member of Center- numbers, received her Srbrlng, Havana, Jacksonville available to grower, Both appeared well to
.v ary Methodist Church choir musical training at Ouchlta College Reach, Wauchula, Lake Helen Week Slid Hill stressed that a few day before she aultotvd
%Lou Mlze, who directed the concert In Arkansas and the Chicago BirthdayThe Moor Haven, Ocala, Quincy grower attending this ,ear'. an attack of appendklU MIl \ Water Systems
la a student at F.S.U., Musical College, and special Slarke mestad, Key WesKlaslmmee meeting would be able to obtain underwent an .na eltm'-soy operation.
where he I I. a candidate for a training under Percy Grain past week marks the 54th Lake Worth Mount current and r.,1l1lllnfo",,, The surgery earweledth
Ph. D. In Musle Education. He ger at Cincinnati Conservatory Anniversary of the Boy Smut Dora, Orlando St Cloud: Tslahssaee -. alton on btabllliatlun'i overall! Quean Mother irhedviM I
.U assistant to Dr. Housewrlght, She teaches piano In Quincy, of America. Over five million and Wllllnton. operation trip to Australia and New Zea ,
and In Quincy, la director of and 1* organist at First Baptist' Scout across the nation have All entries must be sent te I land. She WM reported to be I Ralston Purina
music at Centenary Methodist Church. participated4i.*jBn-l Church. He has a rich baritone Mrs. Randall Klncald, whoalso celebrating their fifty four celery, Florida Municipal Utilities and total level, farm orgsnltatlons .
Voice. served ai an accompanistfor years In America. Association Box 2402, Lake.. and agencies will
The Rev. Guy Wade, pastor of the concert, cam to Qulnc Displays for sponsors.,,. .bin I land. lit on hand for the annual *f.' I
., fair Feeds

Hill, who will!!) pi.slil* at the
meeting, requested ill members .
11thl cooperative' Ad
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Yt. )') vlsory Committee to urge greater -

.r4la nF from attendance their respective and participation eountle Custom Feed

lUll also announced that the
annual election of the Advisory
Committee would lake place fol-

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exhibit of this type. For ..amle Insecticides

> how do w* have tobacco
plants ready to lie up In Febru- MODEL nnn
sly and how do you transfer
even a small field of tobacco this Moves snly on tare fiwfoIliMt.nns.
distance? The seed bed I I. arivam* i)' laM; TV
sown around the middle of November with mat In plastic greenhouse smart NS.lam ... I ..1_ luperOIa- --
{ at the North Florida Experiment lunar, KrtVAM pMur
is the HnMiity conlmla, ihallarprnof
Station, Al sooo as tiny
: lube
halves Scntn U piclui
they
.5. plant are large enough Cashes Cil-SJS Cliawi* with..
; are put Into small Individual
ofJanuary cluuv 1 tletiCmi fottt lrn>
container Around the first
r fnfimr, I auly nivnd to AU
the cardboard container {1w Ml I MF m. plUxi. Cabinet
are taken off and each; plant and .bass .la msuhmg mahogany
put Into a gallon can with fertiliser or walnut grsinad an/shes. tvun Tobacco FarmSupplies
and fumigated *oll. A \ tubs U wstund duannally,
couple of IMIsul trailer are 277 H. Is. assess ana.
rented to transport the canned

plant, toll, etc to Tampa. After $199.95
the plant are put IB tIM
shade, a false bottom and soil
from Oadsdea County cover with trade

each can Water from home I*
even carried to supply the
plant The water supplied by
time City of Tamp la full of
chlorine and the sensitive tobacco -
plants are ruined by the
u. of IL After the fair the Our SpecialtyFLETCIIER

plant are given to penile who. :i.
pstsnr>n stops the iitwotTn: threat to young tobacco guard then as I would a* or
chard. Blnre the plant are Inside -
a building, many light are

Ref pl.eL ... act sons.sewer a a tanrirai spewthe III II h.narls f. .. kept en our exhibit 14 hours a
p,_ w- ...... the vaka, dDsasssw lrwww.... +avme d. eW* shin ws day whereby the toUoco plant .
M.ectsc.ds trw wirewoest And, ...'. still another wty loywar pmrlatware..wss. \ can produce cbloropliyl and
manufacture IU food. Thaw are
..-L ytMng InbeaooJuM : from MODEL tint
lust e few thing that tot.so .
A as'e ..oiaao r Otatrmes add OUMKM SOW to r.... Mss exhibit such e* ours.go Uk I portable. dill Inv.... -*--

sorb bean M select begre' ,towels plant _Met.I. Friday February thus la Gad I*. ..... ha*a eoeieew ca",.
..I MHMOSMS. flee dnn t ft. a cKmceto ......as es. "aiey" ,- in County day at the fair. AU ku kamllsi aVwll rp = wMy.MU
..., era seats of boss re *r....Wmimm. roe eae cows on Oiuavmto W > ,+ publicity etc will honor e* on wM fuse. *"";
card dfadlMM. b ooHUnd- that U ...... f)sp.ndd.l.
sop *nrS.t and pow f0l aWm.,i she day yoe basest already. I) pKtiir .
hogs Yo1 *s*she..... a>*lrenf young pascal early period wows wmwwmdanwg elMs 11* this week at Ue Wale Ilutll0ten.a. 1.-

t_ and was mttaim stand.TW CM be dk.Md you UA Fair le Taupe.SADDLE Vial grl.vass. aVulM.anUHHM..up5FUesaesseTor Issue

c.-aI----- W coal count en Ouunon do the fib sMy ba..tky ceatole set Ma'M' do1.1005. .
vas can'plead Oft 00&1.- Irsatksteb V Mhoul hoard to hews and aM- CLUB Fsms'mtseesrs a.,..k...
aam.yoe wome.arse omabh.swrwV sods widvwi k ia.d to tx ons>. Al\tldM............--sake
..e .rm.orwr .... .......... mesoanaee Mi you M'P*'*' tar the Oa/mnsi HORSE SHOW -. 1'Ict"1 ne It' weaweddu.oa.Dl. ,
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.. gas pastbs4on kwewamM we season wn/sew earths ahcas nwsasesiderma. The Cddu Saddle Club. Us an..
scheduled ft tint bars allow
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pddess of m-mim ndnaeve Aarohwaf o-IIr..oI
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13, IM4 PAGE"SuperRight" !'Lr r.?
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lb. 39cFresh FARM WASHINGTON I
a Lakes, III. RobertL.
Brown son of Mr tad :Ire
PorkBUTTS FRONTBY MARCH OF EVENTS R. E. L. Brown of Rout 3,
Quincy, completed basin train
> INTELUOENCI AGENCY I GIVES PRESS OUMPSI Ing Jan 24 it the Naval Ti nln-
lb. 39c OMMISSIONERFLORIDA DOYLE CONNER liFTS ITS CURTAIN A UT I AT SOVIET FAILURE log Center, Great Lakea, 111.
The nine-week training In*
ij., DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE By IIEMIT OATHCART eludes naval orientation, hit-
Full Cut RoundSTEAK Control Press WtuMNgto Writer tory and organisation ...m.n.
Individuals, companies end ship, ordnance and gunnery,
,I Some of Florida 'TTAMI1SGTOS-Privat. govern
our progressive
military drill', first aid and
survlval. -
lb. 89c farmers who are trying out \\ inent amende have one thing in ('common t desire to .
:new idea and developing new! Improve their public reUitiona whenever they get In trouble. And
production method will be In. In common, there's sometime more stress In Image-Improvement During the training recruits
receive tents and
terwted In the experience of at than In correcting the matter that brought the trouble on In the Interviews
"Super-Right" Short Shank Fully Cooked (Whole or Half Lb. 49c) Illinois swine raiser who discovered AROUND tint place. which assignment determine In the their N.I'fut n e
he had problem accomodating Almost any government agency can be expected to go this completing the programare
people who wanted The __ route when the mount but when y
., preaiurea assigned to service it( n
to see bla oppr.Uon.II. r the Central takes thla For
Intelligence
Agency lechnlrallr.lnlnl or to ih a
HAMS Shank lb.39C found visitors were taking SQUARE road u It did recently It cornea aa a ..urprlltto.veryon. and stations for on-the-i .b
of his time taking
much
up so .
mining In Navy
Portion ,thl"llon tours of his farm thathe Bv Subs rating 'ptcl.II -
started charging them for The CIA, after year of operating a tuper )
the privilege of learning. aecret spy agency whoa activities and opera Naval training produce the
I Aa reported In the February dons were cloaked to keep other countries Power In aeapower by supplying
"Super Right" Meaty Pork Spare Issue of National flog Farmer Intelligence agencies from finding out whatIt qualified personnel to man the

his fee ls $10 an hour witha Hey) Hive you noticed all knew or how It came tit know It, now hu tloni ships of planes, and chore ata. *
; minimum of $10, and tours the "pink show windows" to lift the curtain a little. today's Navy
r appointment only. He Selected Washington reporters were "In. -----
are by around the square? Accordingto
OIBS Delicious 35C does not charge uc.llon.1arouP" style forecasts, that's TilE vited" to CIA'i headquarter, eltuated In a I Local School
for Barbecue such ss tours arranged COLOR for apt'Ing. Uues w* wooded country site near the capital to be
lb. by universities 4-H and FFA, can mix It up with\ our "CranberryColored" The Kremlin briefed on the-atate of the Soviet; economy. Teacher Dies
I but
friends
neighbors or close things.
Its finding-the Russians aren't doing well,
he does charge Individuals "who And have you noticed the It".. JmhieraMp and their prospects are pretty gloomy
"Super-Right" Quarter Loin Sliced Western Pork can profit from my experiences "Valentine Window" at Edwards .. of Funeral aervlcei were eon.
vrotinmds. The
la hog production." Florist briefing are an outgrowth something ducted for Mr. Grady Brack.
A. he explains It, "When Individual You've already heard about I the Russians themnelvea had to disclose, In, 35, of Havana hit Saturday,
come and want Indt Edna spraying her hair with a drought and crop failure last year. However the CIA has February 8 In Cantleijerry. ..'.,
HOPS 2to3Lb. vldual treatment 1 charge them "Pledge" the other morning. taken thin beginning, put It together with a lot of other things, Mr. Brarkln, wife of the ,.
59C because 1 have nothing else to Well that noon when she ate and has found that the Russian leadership has a hard choiceto -- vane Hind School Band I.
Av;. Pkq. lb. I sell but my time and Ideas." at Hamilton's, someone was move toward Capltallit Incentlvea or take a much harder, rector, wai a third grade let .t.
He does not sell any plana nor lust dying to Ilk ht'r. "What Communlat ,approach the economy. er at George W. Munroe *.
I purebred stock. "If a visitor happened to ruur slit" But This U good newa for the Weat. But the CIA's real motive mentary School here when e
can't pick up enough Ideal to the person was afraid It mightbe for disclosing la that It want to demonstrate that It can tune became 111 about a month a o.
Justify the fee," he adds, -then a new $10 hairdo or rather tlon efficiently a* well a* Inefficiently aa It did In the Invasion hadoboynnappalent" tot le
I he'a wasting both my Ume and halrdon't Accidentallyaprayed 'IMlllan .,.
of Cuba In 1M1. Reportedly, the man who ordered CIA to seek
his." I mine with room deodorizer better image.. none other than President B.Johnson. Hospital In Brewton
a Lyndon Ala
where
Since he started this policy,, one time And what the was receiving
he .said boa never bad anyone do you know? Liked It better treatment Mrs. Brackln passed
Apple Pie 31 leave his firm feeling that he than the hainpray. 'Course that I e NO "COFTM RKKAKS Jlr.RE-Th. "coffee break" hAl .way Thursday morning, Febru.ry .
become future of moat a. In the
I hadn't received his money's evergreen scent .ai pretty a meeting convention seaslon and Alabama hoapltaL
worth. Most visitor would rather -' strong. all kind of gathering The phrase I* no euphemism People She la survived by h.r hue.
I actually do eunaume coffee the break.There's band, t ten-year-old ,
pay a fee be believes, than Hate to say thin but the during her aim EarL
rel'llh.ylr. imposing on one's' notes about school club meetIngs one outfit,however,whose meeting never never ached The parents and other relatives!
ale coffee break If. the National Council The council' Cope funeral Home In
Dairy
time. that
some of the honor
Jane Parker Freshly Baked Special I All Flavors Marvel students dash In here with are annual convention thla year doe schedule a number of milk of Evergreen, Ala. waa In charge

Hot Cross Vi 49c I* Florid going to make serious deplorable scribbled, misspelled break, but the amount of milk that will be consumed I* dubious 'IT.num.nte.PIYn .
Ice
Cream : Inroads on Georgia's peach (had to look that one e e e e
Buns Jft 37c growing IndUII.r1Probably up myself In the dictionary e ANOTHER toNG IE."SIONt-.Aller, the IMS marathon see ::'::the photography was
United
not right away But words, awful grammar (tut'i! ion of Congress, hope were high that the 1MI ...Inn wouldbe b y Photographer Bruce Slates
Speclall! A&P Whole Green I It U estimated w* already havesome I mean Incorrect grammar. relatively brief to permit conduct of the poUtloal convention In the crystal clear water Motert
Special I Jane Parker Glazed Green 8,000 acres planted to Maybe I'd just better hush. and campaign However, with the new session only a few day riorlda'a Silver Spring. of
Beans or peaches In our state and It la Been visiting our older ann old, there are numerous predictions that Congress will reoeaarather
Donuts I Jff2 39c possible this could be boosted In who Is stuck in the Valdosla
Peas 4 Cans 89c I II I. few years to around S million State College Infirmary with September-October than adjourn for the convention and will meet again In

I acres. glandular fever got akk According; to theee forecasts even the most See M14.July HAULINGTRUCKING
Special! Jane Parker Old Farm Journal notes "this right in the middle of the quarter
optlmlatlo' handling of the legislative load before
Fashioned Oatmeal Molasses, Special I lona Cut Beetsor would mean fresh peaches too. Anyway in Valdoeta will not It to be Aalwawm.nl
most a month ahead of the .1-1 they grow camellias like pliie Conger permit completed by
Sugared Cream Style Golden gia crop." trees Just forests of them mid-July. And rredd.nl Johnson, anxious to ImeeMlbl
In the meantime, blllRCI'Nae.In And all different colors and have a* much of hi* own and the late President
Cookies 3 't gl $1.00r Corn 8JJS; 89cSte.M citrus plantings are taking varieties. Kennedy's program voted on as possible can be expected to
place in South Florida on landa! Embarraulng Moment It Insist on a Congress at work .v.n If It doe Inconvenience some ALL KINDS
previously considered to be was so funny llnlenlng to a certain legislators who h.velo campaign for re-election.
-'-.-- .... I marginal or unsuitable for such' person tell about t.e! christening According to those who how him Johnson would prefer to and Long Distance
2ui:8:7C!QC development A* the citrus belt of hit youngest child. forego some campaigning on his own part and stay mostly In Furniture Insured
! 1 i I move southward seeking freeie- "W* were standing up front In Washington If that I* what I* needed to push the legislative
i"! PWD proof areas, growers are looking church and I waa holding the prop-em. The fact 1* that Johnson can do both He can fly out
! 50 u'i for new crops with favor- baby who was startln' to squirm. for a few quick day of campaigning then return to the WhiteHouse
STAMPS a1 abut profit prospects such s* The preacher asked me what the Sam Hutley
i IN! i to keep up hit work w the principal prodder of Congrea
peaches, to utllUe former cltruaacres. baby's name was and for the life
ill ( of me 1 couldn't remember,*
>M With this coupon and purchase ef::,I Five years from now, becauseof I And what did the fellow who NOT PARIS OR BONN Veteran Glat Bottom Boat MAin 7-6433 ,

JM: ASP Sharp Cheddar MJ projected n.Uon.lland state) ,wit smoking Winston say President Segnl of Italy his guides William Crowell and

!iS Cheese Wedge Lb. 79c gFb.H.M I population U. S.growth per capita It la estimated consumption when'That'a he fame Marlboro to a cemetery COIInlf)'.?" told President Johnson his Will). Marsh, of Florida' 811-

i!! J. MS. Coupon good thra Il of fruit will be about Blame Murray Spooner fur that country would tolerate neither ver Kprlnfi, have more than 70
10 cent above the current one, yean service aa active) boat S. ADAMS ST.
per French nor German dominationof
!: :_;;! ;fJji \level. However U. S. Department Raw the Beatles the other Western Europe nor captains. to their credit.
Eastern White of Agriculture economists night on Ed Sullivan's show combination of the two
: : : ar-"' I,'are looking for prices to average and watched all the young folks And the Italian Foreign M In-
I. ,' I about 10 per cent lower. practically collapsing everytlmethey later Giuseppe Baragat, told a
Ghn PLAID IS! I Such a prospect seems to started to sing guei news conference that the "Par.i.
'" i POTATOESSweet confum predictions that U bin that was aiming sounded
/ I' 1.-Ilonn axis' filled because It
M SV1" STAMPS going to pay farmers to play more like bug buxxlng.Thrlftly was an attempt >dominate
. .1 j i around wlin mall-scale operations Sight of the Week _I Western Oermsny.ELECTRICAL. rd
a
!M With this coupon sod purchase .' I .. Urn goes on. Volume Someone craning hli neck outside
:sw J_ 14k Os. Cans ef Del Monte : I production will be needed to, trying to read the Gads- ,
:ly Light Meat : I compensate for easing prices den County Times through the I
;ft Chunk Tuna $1.00 i iI I Ii. 10 Lb. 39c and rising roeta.I .-* -J front window. No. It wasn't SEE US TODAYFOR

J. 2-11. Coupon food thra Feb. II. fit! I Cue Newell from SawduaU
i i'ii Bag
i. [
j wss very much Impressedby Well' Happy Valentine's Day
e I new booklet juit off the and bye-bye for thla week! SERVICE THE

_! ___ __ __________!_____ __::Jr I press which tells The Storyof
Suwannee County." CANNIBAL PARS
r 11:11 f3 z iii ijir ml Tender It appealed to me because ll'i A cannibal chief to tourist: Anything from wiring MONEYYOU
the story of agriculture one "Stick around for the festivlUe houie to replacing i
jif' Ghn PLAID iji: of our state* most Interestingsubdivisions. tonight. Yowl be profoundly a
P\'" A* a highly professional stirred" One cannibal to a light bulb
i iii 25 STAMPS ij i! CARROTSC piece of promotional another spotting big-game hun- NEED
.. ter In sleeping bag: "Ah, good:
literature I believe U wilt attract
I I j" With this coupon and purchase of M!! widespread attention not Breakfast In bed" "What's Ike Shepardat

j I. 1 Lb. Loaf Jan Parker ul! only In Florida, but In other for dinner" said the cannibal $25 to $600UP

!i fl Raisin Bread 29c states throughout the nation.A hi.lusband.wife ."Bsked. beings," Hid
A
cannibal
!Iii J. MJ. Coupon food thru Feb. It. ii t! 2 2 Lb. C personal of Agriculture presentation Freeman toSecretary arrived late at a dinner: party gueat TO 24<< MONTHS TO REPAY
Us host looked SHELFER.BLlTClIFURNITURE
I.. Pkq. and members of his staff at him and said,
ii' !eugaged In certain phases of "Sorry, everybody's ..Ie.." CO.
; I -- agricultural and area develop Tigers Tale I II MAIN f1141Bee. Gadsden County Loan Service

merit activities has been arranged I Ill.1431Wirekevse
Special! ASP Grape 1 Pint Special I Ann PageMayonnaise for this week (February There who are take successful no exercise businessmen physical .... MAI MIOO 108 East Jefferson St. MAIn 77161
13) by a delegation front 8uwanne -

Juice i 2 itl1- 69c j 49c produce* county.To I. publication like or mentaL ------. -. .- -1

this with M page profusely.
Speclall! White House Instant Illustrated and an attractive THE DEPENDABLE( : SUCCESS CARS OF '64
Special! 3 Flavors Daily Brand cover In full color, Is no small
Nonfat Dry task. Also, It'. fairly COlli,.
Dog Food 8 SLflO But I lot of Suwanne people
Dry Milk 8 p;Q. 59c pitched In to make it possible
County Agent Paul Crews and
his staff who
Special! Our Own Easy Brew Sore at A&P1 White Beauty the content are and responsiblefor the Board

Tea Bags 64 % 49c Shortening 3 ct 49c I of which County Leure Commissioners B. Robenon, of Is

chairman plus some of the busIn -
*** and financial ...cte.... Th.
Commission and businessmen
took care of financing the project. I
I '
Suwannee ranks high/ among
EIGHT O'CLOCKCoffee our Florida counties in lit variety
I and volume of agrlculur.at
:53C.mmJ production/* not the staUsUcs
however but the fascinating .. _
Sale aory of how sgrtcutturslprogress :
: shapes a* active and
rewartflac way of life for a*

many county people that In this makes North the Florida newbooklet The fuel Is regular. The performance is premium.

Sunnybrook Grade A Fresh Florida : _worthwMie: reading. _I


MED. EGGS 2 doz. 83c SEPTIC TANK

SERVICEVACUUM Premise performance feewl COlt i Mil itn I In 1 14 Oodt*. three twist Uk li I kw-ef Iced tr.And NC* It tacked by i tatwmaitfi

ItcaIaM Mdtt that UIIdtotnt hood darks IM urged dadaed eegkae. strong Iye.e/50,004atlle ,* Yet mid only w mor.

lona Golden Cream Style ASP Whole Green h the low. f Ice Wd (311 a. Is. VI). M dowel sod r* wire .tKM lot wch o rIM 1I/I4mobIIe,W teky should pat See your Dependable

|M prep,either I Refute. grade .W ..ilia jilt.... DodDlefMesd I |

Corn 889c Beans 489c Dodge k) n bmrtwi W 1 H ""'* The W*, User hardtop 9.e.e'.. aew -. ....... ---. .....'"" ensue+e ver.

rip atoM, to. themes, festwei I flc* M4fle-pe ewyt Merlor .-.::.r sew::::..-;:=-:.:..-=rp t.t w.....w=" ...=.::! :.,:.-_...-"::....

ASP Whole! Peeled comfort.provtfMf*..*..teeter .,..,1If. torn seat paotfAt sad C:2_::::..:.. :%:.="-: :.w..e ri.w:.'='..'::!
:..
lona Cut Green Dick ... .ejH crptM-ef Uawfrrt* : :
r&ftI.1IIi COMpmUs iwWl feed awl Chevrolet 6r'a -2'" 1-':":.. !$...
8 &? 89c Apricots 489c J. : .
Beans CUAJTCDBCPAOID U tl fee* *rt te*."yta Dads awWt to choice btsk I I. _. ::=._ _';.:.1=.:-::.:


Golden Rise Ann Page : 'B4 Dodge T

49c 21 *39c I 627-8403 I INVjhls I i

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WEST JEFFERSON STREET
MADfUJft ttTft QuIncy Florida
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I .w w.:......../I/m..w KAMMM.l w 11"1'1" TAMF. TAMFM yF.\M wt IlVfi'VI"'I".Il"1J'VIi''Ii''Ii: r. .v'ii'' lOOKING AHEAD

.TAMF. .ywtw........ ...."........ Itp Dr.c;..,.t IlSwMl

._

'J e.ac.'J\_-,_
Choice
SAVE
q j .....,... C.nt.r
;. Slices WHO HATES BUSINESS

nclYd.dII While winos prominent leld.
Only the top gredei of U. S. Government en on the national Ken were
graded beef wears the focusing their attention upon
W-0 shield. Placed 'In temperature the supposed presence of ha.
controlled coolers, W-D beef .to tredi on the American scene,
because of President Kennedy'sanasslaatlon
aged to Ito wry peak ef ttndr there was one
flavorful goodn. by ttoture',own hatred that was escaping atten.
proc whlla Mill frtih. tion. Who U it that seems to
I Ir want business to get more than
Its share of mbtrustT What
IrAp hates butlnestT Who Is it that
G BEEFSIRLOIN fights business and makes It I
D STOaES : continuing battle Who hates
the Idea of production for profit,
and want to Ignore the fact It
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED is the consumer who determinesthe
PRICES GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 15TH profit!

WINN, .Dim non.. .....-errmcHT?_,... Steal u. 88 Considered the world over.perhaPl' ,
.... Marxist it Ideas It the that whole most kit con.of

FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND fllcU with the Idea of the free
market place in a free environ.
KE3.( 19* GROUPER FILLETS moot a system that Is fed by
Smoked I Steak. 8& consumers' demands and an an.
Fish La. 39' HAMS swerliig enterprise. Certainly It
. BONELESS ROUND I. Communism that calls for the
overthrow of capitalism, that
vows hatred for private and In.
REG. 4S< SUNNLNO FRESH PORK Roast. 8 8' dividual enterprise as opposed
BUTT to the Interests of the State.
Sausage. 39' = Shank BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP This Is the framework in which!)
a world-wide conflict is con.
Half ducted against private business.
HALF
43 Roast..u. 88'
COPELAND BRAUNSchweigeru Th tTce of FreedomYet
1 it is,these freedoms to
39' 49/ LB. FRESH GROUND DAILY! buy and cell to hold property,
i to offer services, to invest in

FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK Gr. Beef 5 & 1" to ideas Invent, to accumulate and develop tools that, distinguishes and.

the American success
story These freedoms aia
Roast. u39x powerful The respect business
has toward the use of theta
/ elements of power Is under.
READY TO IMVf SHRIMP (GLASS)) Frosty Mora s tandable. Business knows and
1a respect the power of new ideas,

Cocktail 3-79' Lard Jugs 29c FROZEN FOODNATURIPI of list the labor use of and accumulated tools), of effl cap.

1s lent methods, of competition
(Limit 1 Food 1 r for acceptance, of the stimulus
With $5 Order) 1 1 01 profit Most successful bui-
FRESH FROZEN WHOLE STRAW newts in American have used

eXTRA '$TAMP*, t t, A these Who wisely, then and, hates with business restraint.?
Berries
1 vAN 3 c Y1. The general public? Not really,
unless one finds tome mlaln-

II EXTRA STAMPS wHIt COOK QUICK Brtoded MORTON Chicken, Beef, Turkey. Salisbury, Horn Meat Loof formed intellectual dlsgrunted.
(Reg. 59f( ) employee, or professional acu
Veal Hk Pkg. 69 Robin Hood ALL FLAVORS Dinners .er. Despite the venom spew.
= SUPERBRAND 2 FOR 8 9x ed by a sector of the press toward
10 IXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW CHIPPED 5 Lbe. business, most Americans

Ham or Beef 3 Pico: $1.7r.LS. !1.Jni 1. F Iou r (S.R,or pectin) 39c Ice Cream MORTON Apple? Cherry, Peoeh, Coconut big"respect business.the system Despite and a even conIderable .

vacuum of economic
(Limit 1 With $5 Food Order) 1 Fruit Pies 3FomY$1.BEN ducatlon, the public is not
/ unfriendly toward business

.. 1 1 HILL GRIFFIN (CONCENTRATE) Many are not Informed, but.
they are not disloyal nor aniluslness.
50 Extra a'W:Green Sbmtl .
wins THUS COtJ'Oti AND PURCHASSTaN. r dr.49 Orange Nip 2< n:: 99 The Controllers

'. TA O' 114 Some otherwise thoughtful
'tlsrsi ri persons see too much of the

SOON TSRY ,....u.'" ,.... perhaps competitive, labor spirit, thinking
M leaders so .
AT ANY WINIoUIXII n _p often express themselves, that 1
I what is one man's gain is an.
'- other's low. They fail to sea
that benefits of our system are
palled on to everyone very
loroughly. Everyone enjoy
50 Extra aT Greer Eta SAVE 5Y/ EACH. VAN CAMP. (Limit 3 with $5. order or more) the productivity of all of us and
our machines. Our wealth and
,jl\t wines Tests oolRO*f AND PUSCWI>R Of per capita income have been

I'e"l,... PSNws "'LU.U..., Pork&Beans 91 doubling every 25 years, mostly .
because of the effort and
Bar. Chicken
.Q kill! being everclsed in all kind
1_,,,.u ""..u,., 1175 of business activity. Business
AT ANY WINIof.DIXI" SAVE 14< ASTOR VACUUM PACKED. (Limit 1 with $5. food order) has no reason to apologize for
I dh( U. pursuit of profit in view
of the benefits enjoyed by all.
Coffee 49' Who, then la anti-business? It
CAN 1s probably not unfair to reflectat
d. this point that another system
based largely on state control or
50 Extra a..Gre StamH SAVE 10< DEEP SOUTHMayonnaiseaT.391 EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS ,tats ownership of both tool
I WTIH.THIS; OOUPOH AND PUSCFIAILTO. r and men, has gained a very
large following in the world.
:
P.Ro7.5 SOLD KISSHush Most of the Communist follow
Puppies APPLES2LbL29 lug is enforced, however. But
the) Marxist leaders have found
100.TNRY"...u..,11THS
that their easiest path to powers
AT'AN1T WINNiXlt dX SAVE lOtf EACH KRAFT to tight business and capitalsm. .
It U only coincidence that
III America, a* around the
world, the anti-business force
Mayonnaise are best Identified by a common
aim, a reach for power and
50 Extra a N"Greer stasWITH.TNIS control over people?

cDUPOtf AND PURGIiASg SAVE 12_ EACH ALL PURPOSE (Limit 2 with $5. food order) Maintain the Climate

e..."...... sOUTNRNCoconut BAKING POTATOES U. S. NO. I Alul kt w* name who It is, In

1 _.TaNY P..auAR7 Cake 11711 Astor Oil 21-25' Russets. 10 B a.f G 591 often America power seek Political that: power wants leaders which excessive do in

AT ANy'WINN.DIXII FRESH RED RrPITomatoes various ways find pact with
d
4 SAVE 1I'< EACH ALL PURPOSE (Limit 2 with $5. food order) a other dangerou powerful game.element When play.It I*
\2CTNs.391 ed in a highly centralized gov-
< eminent the gam can be decisive -
Wesson Oil; 28' We like to think that
'Ii. Ax. power in government 1* exercised -
to benefit the people, but It
50 Extra a."Greet Stem.: I 11 easy to see how close this
wiTH THIS CDUPCIN AND MCHASI r gets us to the Marxist principle
uf state supremacy. The tlme-

Strawberry 000.5O.e 149L TSRY.5557 JAR DIIP Preserves 10UY'11711S t _..... t ..... from honored There government.Include remains freedom that tome from of lingering freedom oppresslion


AT ANY WINN.DIXII memory of the steel crisis of
d'ii: W2.. with Its lesson not to beforaott.
( 4_ YOUR; CHOICE 1 .... Business has performed -
well throughout the past
; Ax t' wr. Confidence at the hew
.A BLUE or WHITE ARROW I' VACUUM PACKED Year U high In almost every
50 Extra a./TGreeiStxinpsWITH Iii' measurement of business acUty. *-
It will be well
if Presidentohnsont
THIS COUPON AND PURCHAM OP Inst. Coffee
ill .
Detergent spirit of last August
ONI It ei Pa..CXACKIN OOB prevail At that Elms he told
Big 60 Family Cremes uilnMsmen: "1 agree with

_.TSRY ,...u.., 15711 III __ those who both say nationally we must be and concerned
at
AT ANY WINN-DIXII r ll the state level with the climate
GIANT BOX : 10-ox. JAR
d II1 tJ1 89 for business the climate for

\ SAVE II' 48t SAVE 20' I capital, ,the the climate climate for for profit investment "

.)l

r 50 Extra a'W:Green StawTll s DETERGENT 'Inst. Max. House (In Coffee Maker) (Ij SCsUNTOK' OR MXO.V

( THIS UPON AND PUIICtWI rJ Democratic strategist have
l Tide 58 Jfj \. C0ffee1O.OLJOr129\( narrowed the Republican field
GIANT ; !LOrl i At" to tie point where they BOW
riiiii [Lotion l retard GoY. Willie. U. Scran-
1( Umlt J with $5.00 Limit 1 with $5.00 amore / toG or Richard M. Nixon as
5.ee 7555 P..RYAR7 1175 food order. ismff President Johnson's nost likely
order o< more. -
AT ANY WIN..DIXII.... ;tt' ) ovember opponent.
F r" The general feeling among
..., Democratic leaden t* that the
Republic*** are*'t going te settle
much la the Presidential




lffJt(get a ef/eYtj Wte cud a stamp far eiwy dtiite at...- mad eeuful primaries.EMPLOYMENT President begin place war Johnson by to against FOR tlsxUnf the said ALL America poverty a a productive sue-


economy for all family hreadVlBMn. -
.
The White HOUM rdeeatd *
315 West Jefferson Street report prepared by the Labor
Department that estimated the
welfare of about gJOO.OOO
merfaaaa t* affected by sneer
: Btoyneat eT family head
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.la.Ie Oil re.., '1 IICUHNKMJ.il, =I i II-I'' I 8 l'j'III'' I I I' DIDr\ '\FUD O N THURSDAY FEBRUARY PRICES. FRIDAY EFFECTIVE 13. lU. SATURDAY 15th.VAN .



V.n.t.ne
n.n.
'n.to
.as.at

lit.lat.es.es., CAMP'S Tableriie Shank Half Smoked

.iC HORMEL'SCHILI
er, PORKDEANS& .
,of noet : 11
, I
no
III.by a HtlCANS
IC
helaC (WITH BEANS) '
'.n. 2 29c
eel
tech. II
, CO
noI. TABLERITC 2- JJ Jfl r1gc
"-
FRANKS PEG. 39c r i
to
ty, A
In k
lid POUND
Isss
I'e
b.se PERFECTION ""'II(

'r.ul I.p-, RICE LONG GRAIN pk alb.* 39c

fIn
,INed u. ROBERT'S TABLERITE SEMIBONELESSSMOKED

,Iy It..r, VANILLA WAFERS ,,2.: 29cNABISCO MUCHMORE HAMS lb. 59c

ned. PREMIUM SALTINECRACKERS SLICED TABLERITE SMOIED

,,IC.w ant W.ns n- '..""f : p:: 29c BACON HAM SLICES lb. 79c

ate lABLERITE
I oC ROYAL GEM CREAMGOLDEN
'iI.uC FRANKS s? 39c.t
,gutSul CORN 3 29cIGA
lib. 39c EMPIRE CRYO-VAC 4 To 7 Ibfc \

he Pk* ROASTING HENS lb. 39cROUND
IIII -
,I so' \ SLICED BEETS 2 29c
nee-
Ire
ryYI

lieS lieS .. WHITE I
,eat- PINE BEAUTY r4- LAUNDRY DETERGENT


,,luleI.'I'ut'VI. SALMONCon r" AJAX

,11.IC Potatoes
'cC
'11\ TQU Clout 59c
,or I. Con Packaqe
ry.
lei.w IGA GRATED IN PLASTIC CONTAINERS

IUC,,lieS erII aChe- TUNA19c CLOROXSri jgir:


,lieS esn. 10bs.29c,

GaL 29c
lave Can '

do
In
thIs
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FOURTEEN CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1964 _ _ _ _






INews-Views of Gadsdens Colored People





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C-P To Arnette Chapel Seminar Held i Thompson Rites Card of Thanks
Wnesses'Ho1c News FromChattahoochee Faculty .The family of the late Rev.

Circuit Meeting Present Play Church NewsA Recenty At A&M Held Feb. 9 Holly* many Bush deed extend of thank kindness forth

of Mr. Albert D, shown during their hour of
Poet Valentine Highlights of the fourth Friend
benefit
It seems that Baby Conic I On Friday, February 18, en
The semi-annual circuit assembly ertalnment? will be In Annual Leadership Seminar for Thompson, regret to learn o f sorrow. The food phone
1964 at 7:30 the faculty give.the
of Jehovah' wtne.eof are in the portlight" for i of Carter-Parramor p.m. will basement of the church Hitch School Student held Jan. his passing, which ocoured, visita, flower and card UU"j'
north Florida and south this community. Two very; : a three-act comedy present by Saturday i p.m. February 16 i 24-25 by the Pra-Legal Society Thursday, 4:15 p.m. February ed *o much to ease the lfj
convened January 31 ucemful onea have been held 6. Service wee held 3:30 felt. May God bleu and
Georgia p.m.
Charts Ferguson, entitled"Live An Invitation I Ia extended to the of Florida A t H Univenrity
1964 recently aa follow: (1)) Bethel 9 St. John PrimitIve each of .
through February 2. at let public. warn oratorical contest Key- February at you.Signed
and live.
Naehville Elementary & High Baptist Church in January and Sunday School will commence note speaker of the two-day Baptist Church, Midway. A : Mr*. Ceola BU h, and I "When a man answers the
Repfesentmg (2) Elizabeth A.MK. Churchfor The story of the play Is ai native of Alabama he lived in family
School Nashville. Georgia G i:30 ..m. with Superintendent' seminar event was AlA Ernest hone he
reaches for
smell!
Gadaden this month. The latter content follow: Mart Lester, a : Fla. Gad den County for seversyears. a pencil t
of Jactoon
leesye Alexander and Joseph D. Jackson ,
rklen7. town editor, holds i woman reaches for chair.
ended Sunday, February newspaper a
were the Mlmei Long Sr in" charge the 1
Pupils are First winner in oratorical
place
'a. his the fact that
9 1964. The winner In the philosophy
con
Terry and Mary L. Frailer. all Individual should "Llv and asked to com prepared to contest wee Barbara The deceased Joined St. John .
'Feed My Liltle Sheep" wu test wee little Patricia Patter However hi. wife make a contribution< to the discussion Bradwell of Griffin Junior High Primitive Baptist Church where I
let live.
son. The little winner la heda.ught.er served Florida Celery and Peanut Buffer
the theme of the assembly. A his of the lesson School, Tallahassee. Sadie Dick. he willingly
doein't thing
*e*
node ichool for training Je of MM. Barbara Julia He warn employed by a local .
) The
conscious of morning'ce will of J. R E Lee High,
rson
hovah' witnewea to obey thli Richardson Patterson and the way.her social Extremely position< and fiercely commence 11 *,m. with the Wildwood, and Cecelia Mathia concern where he discharge hi* Combinations for Lunch Box
command from Jesu effectively niece of Rev and Mrs. Horce imbllloui, Julia keep nagging Pastor Rev A. H. Hunter in of Darnell Cookmen Junior duty, and made many friends I
Smith, owners: of the Happy The survivors Mr. Essie'horapson
conducted by the He wilt be :
wa charge assisted blocal tied for
at Mart wint him to leave the ) High, Jacksonville: i
district mipervisor, W. Amlerton. Town Grocery Store. little city of Lawencevill and minister second place. Third place wmler wife, Rufus and 1 t
Frienda are to be reminded Choir seal Levi Thompson, son. I
start anew In Ney York, where, one usher board wan Ellen Forehand ofarterParramore
0. Green of Albany Georgia of the following hut-insi Mra. she tell him, he will have pro 00. will serve throughout the High Quincy I
enened the echool with a review I.lzzie Sweet, Mn. Josephine per scope, for his talenta. Mart ay.Th. and honorable mention went HomecomingAt
ef thai material from Hall and Mra. Ella Taylor. ia able to resist her until finally Junior I Missionary Society to Constance McFadden, Griffn .
tiexti 25:15: Geneiii &0:26.1: Everyone: la requested to lay the newspaper for which will meet at the church, t p.m. Junior high' TaJlwhamee, St. Joseph
Thli wa followed by a a prayer for and drop in to ace h. work changes hand and he iSund.y. Mr. Ludl Evan inliarge and Anthony William of Wa h-

ml mite talk on why the bookflf 1 these ladies. fmda himself without a job. At ington Junior High Peneacola. Homecoming will be held at
Gene*llII\ beneficial. MmPerry The minister, Rev. C. D. the same time, Julia has almost Stewardess board one will beentertained Edward Holifield FAMU High i. Joseph Mietionary Baptist
and Ml Frazier of Fletcher, and hia member are succeeded In breaking up the by SIr and Mra. 'aJlahameei, 1.. C. Sherman, Church: the fourth Sunday fai
Quincy were two of the four very grateful to everyone for match between Gmnie, the Les- 1 Wilbert Caldwell at home The arter-Parranwre High Quincy ebruary. The Kev. I. Kinsey '
atndemt! who were aligned to the Interest aind hard work ::*r'* charming daughter, and hairman of each board Ia asked and Arthur Teele, FAMU, Telahamee -and congregation from Shiloh]
develop around a (given theme which resulted In a very auc Tony Pulankl, a boy from the to meet at this meeting Sunday were named outatandn riirative Baptist Church will .J
for a ala minute talk. MIDI cesnful Founders Day Program wrong Hide of the track who The Young Women'* Auxiary participant during the *emma.r. be guest speaker. He will be
Perry *pok on "Take advanthge at Friendship A.Mi. Church wiU meet at the home of hi
il maIming good a* a big league accompained by choir and
of J.hovh'* revealed on Sunday, February 9, 1904. baseball pitcher, and whom Mi' Gtody Jones, February member. A musical program :
Jnercy", Her material wa from Special gratitude li expressedto Jobs frown on because or hi. 9. 7:30: p.m.Th BethelChurch will be featuered.
Cenuit 42:1-48:7. MJW Frailer the minister, the choir and lack of breeding How Mart A.C.E. League will begin New Sunday school with Supt. K.
developed the theme "Come member of' Bethel Baptist succeed in thwarting his wife' t p.m Sunday School 'ield in charge will begin at J
now to the Greater Joseph for Church) the Principal faculty schemeea, teaching her a much. hoard meet, Monday, 6:80: p. NewsSunday 10:00: a.m. All teachers and .
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life-giving euppHea' of food," and Glee Club from SoutihudeSchool. needed lesion about the real m. Official board meet Tues- upils are asked to attend.
banned on Genesis 411 2557. Prefensor H. J. Smith, values of life, and winning back :lay, 7 pun Prayer meeting School ope/n at 9:45with EH)
Saturday afternoon fourteen aa usual, rave the audience his job on the piper, provide. Wednesday, 6.30: p.m. Junior \ the Supt. in charge, Bro.
candidate* for baptiwn were intructed aome "thought to ponder". a powerful and stirring climax Choir rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. Wed- Henry Palmer. Supt. Palmer I Ia Jnion( Chapel 'CRISP FRESH FLORIDA CELERY IS W SEASON NOW.:Add
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on the significance\ and Another point of Internet during madly. Senior choir rehearsal
to nn exceptional play. sklng all teacher and pupil of *
the goodness
iti distinctive flavor and texture to nutty peanu
t nou,neM of denotation amibu'tmarn this cccamrion wa the acceptance The play, "Live and let W 'hursday 7 p.m. 0 be present and on time Church News butter and you'v a winner. Peanut butter, 10 good nutritionally,I.I
thepool
\ before taken to of the invitation to
ha eight characters. Thee' The Junior Chlor rehearsal
where they ';irredl Immersed jowier by Brother Simmon characters and faculty mem- Last Rites HeldFor will be at 6:30 and the Senior Sunday School will commence already a staple sandwIch filling. Combined with celery, the Her** two are
ef belwed that hia ranting Ml popular food make a nsw addition to lunch box menu
hi ayitibol It la Samantha
here protraying lame are I hior at 7:30.: The Junior choir 9::45 ian The morning service
of their he to do God'. will lot" with the church will be a hired girl Mr H. Miss Moton w having a youth program the will begin at 11:00: am. with five Ideas for peanut butter andy Florida celery to sharpen up the
District lrU'JXnlW.> Anderson another milestone la the progress O'Rourke; Mart Lester, a newspaper fim Sunday in March. Mine lev. S. Nealy, pastor in charge. lunch box. *
proclaimed a victory for of the church.' editor, Mr. J. Daniel; I Funeral services for Miss app la the chairman of the Union Chapel will entertain 1. Fill crisp celery stalks with smooth or chunky peanut butler
the Bible to an audience of Julia Worthington Lester, his nei Moten wee conducted from irogram The Senior ohior i* the munlcal program of Choir Wrap with transparent saran or aluminum foil Include two or three
426, Sunday February 2, 1964 Lions To Meet wife, Mr. F. Robinson; Ginnie Elizabeth Muwionary Baptiat laving it Anniverwty hi his pirWed delivery of the Lester, their daughter, Mrs. W. OhlJjN'h. 2:30: p.m. February 9. 7th of Feb. Rev. Robinson nvitatlon i* extended to the 2. Spread twe allce of raIsin bread generously with smooth pea
subject, "The Bible Triumphs" FAMU CagersThe R. B. WilUanu; Tony Pulaskl, the died at the Gadsdcn Countyonpital will speak for the program pu bile to attend. nut butter. Sprinkle elms alice with plenty of thinly diced celery.
in I Soiwitifio World. from the wrong aide of town following a brief Il.mesa. There will be a waist line The participating choir in- Top peanut butter aIde down, with other die of bread to make a
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m Anderson Pf'I that Mr. E. William; Lloyd Turn- The deceased Ia a native arty riven at home. of Mine hides; St. Mary C.M.E.: Oak landwiih.
il while icience \ Carter-Parramor Llona' bull, a puiblivher, Mr. It. Hegg; of Uadnden County, and at tilt talhe Palmer on the 22rd of :Grove and Tanner Chapel Choir 3. Mix butter with equal part of cream diode, and a dash
peanut
atandards, It also producea Basketball team will resume Avie Turnbull, his wife, Mr*. me her pawing, was a 'eb. Come and help Mire Smith I rehearsal U held the first and Into criMp celery alalk Chill. Slice into 1/2.
mixture
'' anxiety tension and neuroses action at home, Saturday evening M. Maxwell; Mr*. Pulaski 't Of.t Stevens Elementary out in the Junior choir. third Monday nights, 7 p.m. of salt Spread sections and Frenchdressing.
to offset the gain. It stands when they entertain the Tony's mother, Mrs. V. Daniels. School. The buaineea for the union Inch slices and tOil with grapefruit and orange
I helplena to .olva world social, Baby Rattler, The Uone motorto Ticket for the play are now Funeral service waa !largely will bl held Friday 7 p.m. Pack In a lidded paper container and Include with a plastic
moral and apiritual decay.In Pensacol where they will on sale. The price are 2Sc for .ttended by member of the Saint James poon in lunch box.
hie final talk Anderson meet the Washington High student and bOo for adult chool, and sixth\ grade classes. 4. Saute 3 tablespoon peanut butler and 1/4 cup finely chopped
urged all to willingly expand Tiger In a return game The You may purchase your ticketor A short program preceded the Church Notes Student Group celery In 1 tiblrspoon butter for 5 minute.. Stir In one can (10.1/3
their mml'try and to continue Penmccla game !ta a conference ticket from any CarterParramor ulogy The deceased wae a ounces) cream of chicken loop and on* loup tan water. Heat. Pour
to read the Bible daily In orderto game, while FAMU ia a non- faculty member. member flf Mt Olive Free Will Service Sunday at St. Jamea To Appear Here Inlvwide mouth vacuum Jug and Include with plastic spoon In lunch
be able to feed the liMJe conference tangle The curtain for the first act aptist Church, Rev. Richard will be a* follnwa Sunday box.Mlku 2 or a lenllllf"
sheep. In last week. action Carter- of "Live and let live" will ris lord pastor.. School, P. E. Woodberry in Th Pentecost Student 5. Fill trlup celery stalks with pe nu(limIter SprtnM petnnt but.cr .
Parramore downed Washington promptly at 7:30 p.m. Pleas The Immediate surivors are; harge 9:45: a.m. The morningworship Council from Florida A and M < with toanted coconut or chopped date or chopped candied ginger
here by the tune, 67-J7. make effort to attend this Ir.. and Mr. Sylvester Baton, .
I Usher Union High every service at 11 a.m. Jnivetwty will render "service for a trest, not too iwett.Wrap in transparent siren or aluminumfoil.
The acoringwent, 15-18, 31-31 evenwg of entertainment Believe parenota, Sylvester Jr., Rev. Evening worship service at 6 at Evangel Tampel Church of
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SetThe at half, time, 46-43 at third me, the performance you Charle Moton, Jame and i.m. The senior choir will serve God in Christ, William Street,
Meeting and. ended 7-57.. will will be worth your tafue Moton brothers. Mrs.
period see ihroughout the day, luincy, Florida. Sunday, Feb.
James Anderson, John Thomas coming. Mary Alice Fields, MM Vivian Thursday: evening, 8 p. m. 16, 1964, 12:00: noon I I BANK NOTES Malcolm I
City Wide Usher Union and Alfred Johnson bit 12-12 The play, "Liv and let live"waa Moton Mr. Sallie Crawford, weekly prayer will be hold Immediately .' This group commit of talented e.aoaan..a by
will meet Sunday, 8 p.m. at Mt. and 11 point'" respectfully. produced by special! Mn. Aretha Kelly and Mia afterward Rev. Ore member from throughout MCXMMHAVU9FOMAMrlWMolMOHfYt >
Zion Primitive BnpUst Church. The Lion were oome what arrangement with Samuel Vera Moton, ilmters. Mr. Mary M. Bridge will hold a special Florida and the occasion pro- 1 ThIii11I:ii7: ; AMERIOW ASM6USElK71rH,WOOOPfCK
Jeremiah Gee, Mid aluffguih, eeveral Buffered cold French Grandberry, grandmother end healing service:nJ.he public ia mine to be a source of inspiration \KHfS.(KM Ff H*M.AM'MOWN meG 0,4I
The Itar. 1I1&UPPf"HAOroROvlOO1tU09I1IM
The Baby Uone Tolled over Albert Grandberry grandfather. nvited to to thOM who attend. ,
1I'/IlI''PtAolI hoot It la the. the vIsiting Waehlngton JV'a Salem Honor Interment waa mad in the StewardeM board one will The public I Ie cordially InvUed .mue..,..,.,.usaNesuemco MADIMA JUMM eet I.Teens TI'IJIoM.IWOll IOfOloMCK/OIHHIi" .reursorI
wish .f the President A. Robinson 73-47. Janice Davie and l renta Williams cemetery Simms-Jsck- M entertained 8pm. Sunday to witness this servic eansliessoero alas,;,0f0" loss.maam.oes l..1
that all President oftwpsctive hayes sparked the attack with Roll ReleasedThe son lunorl Home in Cllll"ll.'Mount at the home of Mra. AdlineStood I *cooa amiss,.; =",. \sdosM:.':'"% IlfY, /
,\ ut* r board attend\ 29 and 12 point eex*. Hayes ,
I the business session which will wee joined oy Janice Moton, following main Moriah Visitor attending services Hospital Report
r be held Thursday evening, I".b.I and Earnest Kirkland also with tuned an average persons of 90 or Sunday ificlu'def: 'Mrs. GuaAe
13, 7:30 prn. which la also held 12 and 11 HnU- above for the 4th six week Dilworth, Detroit, Mich and ADMISSIONS
I at Mt. Zion.i The President I The Lincoln High Tiger Talkhaneee period: Church Notes Mrst Naomi Miller, New York February 4". F.b."..,. 10

,I Itate that weather because experienced of the *the n- Invaded Tobacco Lam), First Grade Cues What The pastor and City. ,. ,....,.0 'J j (D.t.. Jbcvluva).
climate for a return Mifracement. The Joe Louis Ferryman, Brenda family wishes to annuonce anewcomer I Cirtr XialvlriVHavina; ; Willie
huirinosa aension wee postponed.Thwe business C.-P. Liona lead in every quarter Shlpman, Right' Lee Thomas, in the parsonage, a Antioch Church 1. Johnson, (Havana; Helen
ia need important transaction.The 23-19, 48-311 and 64-44 the Betty Ruth Ferryman, Randolph -baby boy Stephen Timothy Arnutead, Havana; Lou Smith,
which la invited to attend game ended 77-65 with every Hopkins, Wayne Madry, Crutcher. My God blew them Lists CalendarThe lavana France Menton, Qumivi -
piibH* ._100. available man seeing action Jam Earl Merrill Charles throughout the' year* to come Inex Moten. Quincy Jessie
Sunlday r The Cub loot I their first ffime Wade, Virginia Baker, Mary ,0n Tuesday evening at 5:30: Mae Flower, Quincy; Lulla
If work-dodging paid dividend of the canon in a thriller. The Battle, Ket.be.. Mae Chestnut, p.m. the youth of the church Sunohlne auxiliary will Sell Harden Quincy Virginia i-
we would hive a few game ended la a very clone Alice Fay lUrrell Melvin Lor- 111'11have\ their prayer hour, EI 6 p.m. Thursday, Mm. Roberta, Quincy; James Arthur
i hundred* millionaire* In town. wore 53-54. enu Willie i Frey Sey Sinter Irene' Barkley I Ia ia Stoke All member are Moors, (Juinryj Willie Mae
_. --- more and I'v\ C. Ln. charge. At 7:00: p.m. the pastor asked to attend. ohnson, Quincy; John Charles
SMSiid. C..... and deacon will han chargeof Thursday, 6.30 om. time Senor Foatll', HI, Quincy; EaT'IH! ti.na
%s I Jsmes GUM, Charles Oliver, our weekly prayer hour Miafthmary Society will meetat Robinson, Quiney; Ron David
% Gaylyn Gunn, Cynthia Cheat- Th pastor i* urging all membore the home of Mr. Marie Smith, Quincy; Keith Dwle Sutton .
sI nut, Veronica (ius David to com out end pray with Cooker, Highbngde Road. All ChatUhoocheei Betty
'Moore, Linda M. Baker, BarbaraJ. 41* tot one hour. Thursday, member are urged to attend. Moore, Mt. Pleasant
Bell Julia Murphy, AnnieRuth all Sunday School teachers and' Saturday, 4 p.m. the Junior BIRTHSIra
Oasie Mae Jackson member are urged to attend MlMonady Society will meet at and Carol Calvin, Girl mAsse uunmoviMANUMSMUAIOAM rim
1'i'T: k, Ed k* J: the Bible Study at the churchat the church. Sunday School wIll Feb. 6. Henry and Lulla Bell v, ,
Young Mildred T. Smith, Wanda 7:30 p.m. The senior choir begin 9:30: p.m. with Supt. Harden Boy Feb. 7. Willie MRviCf HI*cueioMCAUaxIMASHOWei,,, .5 4 'I It-
Ford will have their regular practiceat Parthell Galney In charge Mae Johnson, Girl Feb. 8. 'USt MEONARAMVDAV 0
Third Grade 0:30 on Saturday evening" 11 am. regular morning Rosby and Betty Moore, BoyFeb. ,
, I Earnest Gunn, BlacksheaZahriah The prendent and member of: service The Rev N. Bower. 9.TANNER. mioevnovspveaeeosT,4tcolAe f i
Helen Walker, Gloria the senior choir wish to take will bring the message. The aen toassme ,
;;o Jackson Jame Margsmtt Patricia this opportunity of thinking law choir< and usher board aerv CHAPEL ,
Miller and Barbara Ann each of you for your loyal support -log throughout the day.
\ Wikwn. in making lent week evan The Junior Muwidnary! Societywill CHURCH NEWS YOU CAN'T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS
F*.rth Cr.... gehstie service a success. War < meet at. 5 p.m. at the homeof

$300.00 JACKPOTAT Rubha Mae Ceymore. asking for your continue MI. Linda urged Clove.to attend.All memo 9:30 Sunday Sunday School morning will begin with the at I --..... I
Fifth C..... prayers. bera are ;
Rodger Shlpman JohnniMcCJain Sunday School will begin at B.Y.P.U. will meet at 5 p.m. Supt. J imm i. Card in charge.
lm..nti (iause, Sylvia -9:30 '.m. Sunday morning with with Prewdent Shade Coin inche'frl. Prayer service will commenceat

drown and Roei Maaoo Sup Lefell Chary in charge Evening worship begins Senior 0:30 Thursday choir rehearsal evening.Thursday
3i>lk Crsde All teacher and pupils are 7 p.m-
Jame 11:. Clarke, Barbara urged to be present and on Weekly prayer meeting 7 p. night.
JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS Packer time. m. Tuesday._
Ssvaalk Cr.JVemon The morning service begins at I Visits Her.
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Cause, Mary Jan 11 '.m. with the senior choir Willie Murry
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lee
Gunn, Earnentine Lane, Bobbie and "here serving. The mesa-
Nell Baker Oek>ria Urandberry age WIll be delivered by the Gunn of Columbus, Ohio spentan
I Bobbie Sue Carter Carrie pastor Rev Jame. T. Crutcher Rites Sunday enjoyable week in the city
5 BONUS WINNERS 1M urry. Brenda Roberta, Ear- The general them for February visiting relatives and friends.
nertine Oliver and Norm la "T he Pears of Uod." Crave aide rite for Mr. Friday night a family supper
REGISTER AT Lumpkln. I Please vudt the' sick and Willie Lee Murry we conduct warn given in their honor. A
I Ellklk Grade shut-ina and give them a won ed In the FriendHhlp cemetery, 'trout fiat dinner was serve Aa
Lomar Cartor, Pauline Guns, of cheer. W* might be up today 4 Sunday, February 9. He enjoyable time wee had by all.
Jitnoy Jungle or Jitney Jr. Easter Trawick Com J/op-| and down tomorrow. ,S'TIl : an extend Illness I

:l tine, Eurice Moody Vwjon: The pastor, officer and .t the Gadmlen County HonpiUl Cattlemen To MeetThe
BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY Taylor and Selli BlacUM.r. member of ML Mormh Strut 1:41: pm. February .. I Florida Negro Cattlemen -
Church extend cordial native .Floridian he had _
Baptist a A Association wiU hold a cell _
The philosopher who attempt welcome to vtatort.! This la lived in the Friendship com meeeUng Wednesday evening,
7 P.M.
SATURDAY! to reform tile entire human rice a church of" welcome and when munlty for several years. 7:45: p.m. at the Extension Ser
II li not a philosopher. I the holy spirit urge upon you. The eunrivora are: Mr vice of fir., 111, South Monroe
,visit Mu Month First Baptist EleaM Murry. wife, Kenny Lee: Street President Tylear Sander -
Church and worship with us. and Willie Slurry Jr. tons. Wallace Jr., state that plan are I
I Atkins, atep son. Robert centered around the staging of
Mrs. Redmon Marry, brother. Mr*. Lela Herd, the Nineteenth Annual Fat
: Mrs. Annie Drake, water Sara Cattle Show and Sales which
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HELP WANTED
Murry brother StmnusJacletoa tentatively act for March 17-18.
Buried Friday Funeral Home in charge. trtin Increased number' vt en-i

1! hire Gertrude Redmon well I* expected to enter, exceeding
known cttisen passed 5:30 a. Here And There the 14 chose UM'year

m. Wednesday, Feburday S, : .
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ORDER PICKERS following aa extended illness. i Mr. Ella Mae Collins the '
She was a native of Jacksoa''daughter Mr. and Mr*, Garden Circle to Meetll
\ County for several years ,i Samuel Shaire la visiting her I The Iris Garden
She was a meinher of Arnett: auaband A 1/. Auguatu Coilin ;hold their regular meeting
Chapel A.M.E. Church where' who I* the eon ol Mr. and Thursday evening I p.... with
TRUCK DRIVERS she nerved until she beoam Mra. Key Co )I.... Colhn ,Mr*. ERa J. Cokrtoa '
; disable.Funeral. pU. t. spend the final week :in<<. Mra. Cohtaa ,.... eet.wa-I'
nenrice wa eoa- with her husband tom the Air .I:. Clark St,'.. The .. '
i I ducted from Amett Chapel Force and alee a weekend with ent ante all member to att =:0-.:::
A.M.E. Church, 11 ass Frtday her brother who live in New endS Program projection will e i1z& ? 'I/J
, MUST HAVE HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION February 8, with the Rev. A. York Crty. W, wwh then a be the ceater of tfwuesioa.
H. Hunter, minuter In charge. happy reuim.Acknowltdgment.
'i'A short program preceded OweuInc1. Masons' PicturesAD .
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\ APPLY AT | The survivor are: Mrs.Rnola nateon ef Stiver Star / .rn If 7* k* willing ad obedient .

Pennkk. d jfhur, LinoVey The family e/ the kU Mr Lodge 41 are requested toeon .- y* ahall cat the go* ]
OxduM. Koooevek Wood- F..1.tie J. Dmiiel ackaowMc "a the purposeeg .f th* land. (Is*. 1:19).
berry, son*. Mrs. Arsoia Joioer seth grateful apprecMtio: the picture Friday 0
HIGDON GROCERY CO. Mr*. Hat McCotlough, inter mealy kind erpreumona tt .,_ ..eOlnf, February XI. lit reguhr Ultencvcr faced with diffl-
*. Glister and S. U Collins path extended: t* them during < meeting fcn*. Wenhip- I nit circumstance we meat*'
brother. Interment was andem this their kour ell bereave- fal Mestor filbert W. Jews Most folk wh ala* **.nenber that Oirist I. wiU M
MR. LAMAR SMITH the Snow Hill Cemetery.SimmsJsckso meatBnx a rge* that request be give f 'a the back e.PHt je. teta tg .oNcnityt that H* caavCMli
I Fuaetal Bosoms DaaieJ and Jooe,to tboe vhoea may fail to read{ ap .*_lIIialo* w>t fail U blea ear KftACit
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OADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA TIlt.....y. FEBRUARY 1J, 1984 PAGE JTFTKEM


In the Court nf the County
CLASSIFIED WELL DRILLING Jiidr Oadodon Counl,. I

I ADS i In rtorld Prokata.In *. Provocative Table Settings I

r..turla a CanpUie ro: Bout of
Line of Doming Pump for ROBERT: II. DYER
Homo or Irrigatioa. I 1)0(0.aol.
T. Alt Creditor and PeraoniHarlnc
FOR SALE Good Coed I N Claim or t>amandaAaatnot
Ford Tractor with .,. wltkeutoqulpraont. I TERRY.ROSAHARDWARE laid, EotatelTo !
jfORRENT' : : Also 110.... and and each of you ar korky ..1
: ; lea J. Ed Boll Havana CO. IIOtl'.... end required to pro
Ml-llla. NI.bIIU .OD'1 .ont anv rlalma and demand
1'0& aEN1'1 050 tereoc Maroo" F.... a, u II, JT 1411 South Monroe it which )ou. nr oitki 0' 10'1 mr ,
home for $4141. ... two bedd. Tallaha****. Florid> Mace against the sable ef Robert -
.,._.... .
room bows for /. weetk It Dyor late f
with poll.b.d oak 1Itrr.:... Cll. PEARCE'S NURSERY 11MIOT lOt sold County, te Ike i.onMr Judge r
bath aid ..11011.. and all mode I I of Oadodon County, Kl, .rI... a1hi
.rm eemnleneoa, T B. riot oner. SPRING SPEClALSI I offKo In tho nrt hfnoo .t .
OroMwkero, rie- Phone HI Itut 1------- said County U Qulary, Plo, 'lds ,';;i' ,
or HI i-trn. PLUM TIEES, : llhln on calondur M"nths tr 'm .
Ills lima of the dm po.lIMt/oe \
tOU RENT I 4 room fur..I HUT AND SHADE TIKES of this nolle Two eopto ef
WE MANUFACTUREOUR ... I
lahod apt lint and Cold WaUrfuralohed.
>>
oath claim *r demand shell k* I* '
121 I:. WaihlnctonIt PLANT THEM NOW I wrlllna. and ahall state the plan ;.. \ .. 4
Pkone No til-Ill Call OWNCUSTOM of rooldonc and p o.t office ...- :;i. .. .( ( ) :
at rMR I p..... dreea or Ik. claimant, and shall '* ; !: ;' .... f
RENT: Furnished ipaiatra bo ewer t* ky the clalra.nt.. hloaaant I..". .1.(4)' .. 'i\'i.
apartment llfkta and water MADE or attorney sod ._no.panl. : ;.
.
furnlahod a.. at II N. Love tt. -I II .. ky a flllnr t.. of ono ..,:;. .. .
7-UIT. dollar and ouch tlalm demand :;
or call MAIn It or i
fr'OR RJCNT I-Bod'room- un: VENETIAN BLINDS sot se filed ohall ko Told. \\r, .
furnlehed '011... Bholfor iiolihto. IAN P. ANDERSON Eatate fJ r r'r .
Call MAIn 7-IIII. tt A* admlnlatrator of th* .
NEED CASH tor (arm *pra. BLINDS moVED of Robert R. Dyor, ..e.....
.
f OH RENT Lnfurnlahad house lions ... your farmor-ewned Pint publication. ,...., .. 1144 COM HITHIR LOOK It DANGIROUt-Thta toadflih at the Miami
llth lit... three ked
on North PCA Loam up te I re.ro.repreoeatatlve ..., D. M. JOHNSON
reewc call 4411111.K It or Montloollo Pro AWNINGS Attorney for Admlnlilralor Beaquariura baa a big unlit for Chi camera, but no la Sotto

>R RENTI 4* br 01 foot ator duotioe Credit A.... Glues la III B. Waohlnton Street L1 U muted. The fuh wti .l** the ppondaed above bid
betiding located en Wait ".rr.r-I Farm ....... Bide. I STORM WINDOWS QUlao", riorld amaller flia In aliht. much aa S fithormaa
ass it. Contact Arthur R. JTUnL I rok *, IJ, I*. IT 41. rok.. (, II, I*. IT .1 There can bo little doubt that an Intcrvalinc table setting can- ye whan corns
01.... St. 10. Fob. 4, II It I I'I and doaa-mak the difference between marvelous and a ao-a manipulate his fiialnf polo. BCUM of bid dexterity the
ALUMINUM SCREENS NOTICE NOTlCIt: .1 HhRRBT FOR KIM GIVEN hMteia. The secret behind beautiful table setting la the table toadOah bu boon given the Dam ot "fiahormaa of the ....." 1

that the Board of County Com cloth, and the meet .._tile tablecloth a ail.hl* U one of rayon
FOR SALE. nlMlonoro .t Oadidon County, and cotton damn.k. Tbs aeniitlv. krUitlo JapineM mak damask
I Quincy Glass Florida will ....1.. ...I.d bids. tablorlotha In light, luxurious weight and exclUnj patttrni .
II
HOUSES .
"a to s:14: clock A. M. on Tam- beautiful ;
no that
day tko IN day of March I Miit they turn the mont ordinary family, dinner Into
FOR PALS: I mom h"..oM.Arthur tko office of tka CUrk. of Clr- feitive orraiion.. tiamaik tablecloths are Ineipeniw and coma In
.U ".100. Call lit. AND COVERALL CO. cult Court, Qui.. ,. riorldo on a wide rang of colon, slat, ihapea and pattern.
Sot?. the followlna Horn for uoo .,

FUN SALE Home. Made Into I 514 Woat Joi.non ho Road and Brldia Dprtmont
for a on tll month ported fromdate
two apartmonta. 11.10*.o0. UOOdowa.
Owner will finance bal .t kid aerupienos.Ui.s.l .
MAIn 74S4SRADIO
Contact Wilma Walsh Ku.l N. I. Must moatapoclflcatloni
ance.Phone MAIn T-llli. tit I II.h.. Amor
ban Hocloty for Tooling Ma '
SHIRTSand I t.rlile. l>*7o II T riaok tt bt
-I Point, minimum. of III da* '
qI
I gees .....h.ll. Water andoodlmont '
FOR SALE t 4
should ba no nor .rdtS+
PANTSLAUNDERED this III' of 1%.
nod All klda aukmlttod ahall k. v
3BEDROOMHOME TV senvict ...I.d and clearly ..a..... .***.. J1
od Bid"Tho r.M

........ .. All right la raoarvod ky lk. I ,
.... Board /. reject any or all kid*. iii
FLUFF DRY'REPAIRS and ...... EDWIN MAIN CLERK 1, r

APT MADIOI WILOOMB) HOARD OF COUNTY COM.MHIKIONERS .
<3 A PSD EN
Excellent Investment rBONkl .... l
SUNDAYSadDle ADV February II and l', 1IM N
Attractive Price and II

.t TV .....ICB
ALTERATIONSMORROW In the Court ef the tounlyJadg
For Quick Sale. CIa Wooe eerroeon .. Oadodo County, rier
Ida In Probate.
Cash or Terms. No. 111
In rat Kolato of
I JULIA IIUJoLrJlILUTEN
MRS. J. L BETTS DRIVE IN Ueeoeaod.Te .
:
All Creditor and Poroon -
CLEANERSfleretr FRIGIDAIREZENITH Having Claim or DomandoAialnot _
G04 W. KlnQ St. Monroe dl Crevrfefd :I laid ".I.t.,
You and each of yea ar* hra MIAKI OLYMPIC Kl POI U.l.-T.rnr McDermott ot *CMM.vill .

TELEPHONEMAIn -- ky notified and required to pro 1 Mich la holated on the ihouldon ol a sheering crowd
---I ...t sny elal... and demands *, .
.
7.7204 ti I_ -- - -- ---- I ,wkfcdt. yea, or .11 h., ef yon.Julia after ho won the men'i WO-metor apoodakaUnt race at Inn*.
II may have oaeinsl lb. ailats of brack, Auitrl'IS-yoaNold barber Mt aa Olympic record

VACUUM CLEANERS lelo at Nholfor sold County Luton, to,tha decoaoed County, I of 401 aoconda and captured the Oral told medal for the

New and Vied Cleaner I SERVICE Judge of 0...... County, Flora I --.-- --.. United State alnc Ih* start of the IM4 Olynnpte winter meet
Ida at hla office In tha oourt
FOR SALE Any m... .r model : h.... of .ald County at QulnrxId MM ArTIIMAIM-WiUr and cold woathor onbln
to
*
\ Hhln on eal.adarm.ntb Croat
Repaired I from the 11,06 e' the this Icy teen of doitnictlori In Woodbouno N. Y. An early WRIGHT IS MIGHT e By Alan Move
Write Box 124 ar ftril publication of this .01.... morning fir* swept through buIId1n
155 Acre Farm Stewart Young's **"orinf" telephone wd
Floes HMUICairo. Two aoploo of mob slake ar ..- oJectri ooonooUood la the
I mud shall ... In writing, aid email OOIJUIIunJ stat. police are --_
1 Mlles from Qalner C*. ...U ataia tha place at r..ne. brreetlnant order to detormlM the muss of the blue 8.'h ,

5 room CB dwelling percent ------- and ,oat afflm .dd.... of the Which ha Moulted to d._.* intimated to be) at 11 mUllon.rVdrrt __
completed deep well. ilalmonl, and shill ba aurora toattoraoy 1
by tlla claimant M. .,..1. I.
creek cad several aprlntt. and aooompanlod ky a
Mule barn. crib and smoke TV SERVICE CAPITAL PEST CONTROL mint tai of ono dollar aad auch
I Itltn ar demand not aa filed
home. John Deero tractor IIHIS
lordA R.pnlro AL NsbrM hall bo fold fIN YORP
disk harrow plow. and ham .101& r-aooa root Ceeitrel ToneH H. .AI.., Lutes \
mer-mllL. Burley tobacco allotment. Control Kel oed A* .,,cutor of Ida foot. Will
SI acre cora land, I MACKI RADIO k eaok rule-alien and Toelament ot Julia Malfor. V
I Lul... d.e..... (CMMKtt.PCXMULA -
and come paiture. Halt mile TT somes Call TaJ1a1a..... JTa. First ptiklteetlon ..... It IMi ,, .
frontal on food traded II I **f Beat ,.,,_ Orotory and fowl* HtO) ;
road. COLLECT Uulnty, Florida A! A NECEIIAR'YCOwstnfWT

HOME MITE *IS.1411 Attorney for Cieoulerrob : M
Lewis H. Gregory Ii I 110!__ IT,_Mar. I 4t, rue can of fit a
OFFICE tti47ii a
ANIMAL AH0 Kt*'
Realtor Plumbing FUivrea Electrical TAKI Tissues

Supplle Pipe and 1 1ltaaa. FOR SALE : .Pw Av 1C Clr/yt4l! KCIe

11 W. WaihlDfton 6UQulncr. Walor Hoaion. TIle Baud A4WERAJ S. 1 .
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( ANO"MYtJNI.'RIKNOII'
Florid If Ou and OU Kaaten 1963 GALAXIE IrrM'T!
ONE STOP I
FORD r If.fT nlYUINU

WATER 19 wTAi 70 LAY AS d ?fvstcartsT"frt
For All Your
ROCCOPIPE .
-.u.wN.PI' .
I BEDROOMS I cu.,... Ciwpllonilly r- Nf*BVWT. AS!W)40NMpt
This t ..... Mows loratodM Good Condition. Pearl GrayI14IS. J use me oaence cfAsrxO'T 'Nr

.-.. E.Han B.lrf... (orooo H_ & SUPPLY!CO. Fishing Needs Term and Trad t J'WP9iCS PD At(APaCEMOyJPUPEav *t IIIcf'UII It.tltI'Of'KIiI.f' /"

Tile ..t". a.Nreo u.... Lake Talquln Road Writ Boi rr. Car Old- Rlrwt MAAeT7.Av.TRUAtINTS Avo
II. ........!.. "Moo D... 44 TEARS or.stance dan Gusty Tlmss.PEARCE'S /
.... P... i.*0 Down' h" III .... w. D. Han.U .. Xobortt mAtWAI TCJA7-'rUTA e1Am9 6J.St1"''L
T. TIM At
Hoeaoe rH.t. tall MA ?_I II.lSERVICE tkMAIH'MVtKKr CgfeKVATOKr AT THBUMnmiTY Ply ;fwd 6/cU',lIf r
tmf mere ..r........ .* Writ. PHONE S.2.IU7 I Of AUCMg&f PKOVtPC OMf YAPeTKKfOPertK'Minmsifire. t 75.AYr fAQIfIs
.. ...
I'* w,
Jerk.../.U....Joo..... 1110 I. Honrea Bltttt NURSERY CAN tX/17AV ome WOMPS.fouunoti 2WR44 II A r .

TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA iY1au7YgVQg tXW IAri lrA t'ttrAvs hw7r/T JWAdrrow4w 7D Nrfl df,4140 /
SPRING
SPEClALSI
mIASIe41 d Iei1 Lt ..
FOB SALE I'' FAJT PLUM TBEES. ..Xr7Af4AII4
I Bedroom Hone Low
Don Payment Low I I'I IN Per Cent finance ECONOMICALFACTORY FRUIT AND SHADE TIEES JS Sots ti 7 J7ajIoJ4ALL

BRICK HOMES PLANT THEM NOW]
Monthly Payment. Flnano LIR f.I.NA 1 A'rL0/0R
leg Already Arranged. Nor. Any Sloe Completely rialak- wARe fw4TVatlar/aV lYERYUMEFWCUWg4d lstt> 7WtqvWAt4' 1..4 !fit

man MeMUlaa. 111 Mat ed. Price. Start (I TRAINED I : MANY s AFJZ477T'EiWs'1Po

nUa Drive. If $7200for CCMt44I wr7E S AAD AYOIWTRESNO' '
FOR SALE
I I-Bedraemi, I' LCYMJ SO4lemAAO AP VT/T
FUR SALE:: Title coot aid take iQCA1y1N:1WiMM AOAVAYfNERYWANrE
e p paynoal on a lltl AMCrartI I $46.39 per month OFFICE WATR TESTNOrs
.5.r./yar.0sa, ,,,
fcadraoa. Mojllo Hnno. Call .ts
I We ilto toeept old Mean (
*41I. rob I, U It nor god 1 itceirY ARE avMa ctaNlINm
U s trade. / \ WAITING ROOMFURNITURE E A'5. dl RINArMO 4DI4# 6W'i

I Write P. a Boa U4 f CM AU MAIDS AfUA ICH I s ccnroL. SvJCEIts,
.
: I :t :t .. or Phono
;,tl1.. 0 t TAr Lott MANY OPCHTMORt Words of the Wise

WASTED Part-41.. ffp. work 3774838 FARMER'S Ar ro mvtr k* dont undor.ttaiut .
Contact .. AA'ANDIw1'R fOLtUTIOHMOUNPIT3 Odd Fact that
ef klad r.fa ...i<*n>. I Cairo Ga. 1f. will |.t jiwta
o'l take full time lob after U I : PIAHT3 III ten, W. ,.M.ntlae girl bad ovtrnment U ...*
HARDWARE Dr.
April L at... L. D. Bat.., 'U- who married /
:-:0': d.ntkaboy ar* wuluif tt und
for an4
'41 I. r.b II I* It I .
William McDonald Were
grand 41-., .. jut M good f ovornment M

1II.t."MALII.. ...."LP... t.P WANTED rouU.: type-:1 I. MAIn 74149 627-7684 I &lie 1 45UC i OWl' 01 slvsly w. M* wuu r to fifht ftn

Ing and filing ... to lb.. days: HOMESKingsberry -Uudgs Luther TounjdalU
p.r weak Writs Boa M care I .
-
Time* In own had writing plc.lIn 1-
f
eiperlonce and hourly rale'' IIIOTl .o.-ArrucATioM FORT DEED
eipoetod. ItItalioaal IM "'.11. r.1L -

Company kaa oponln I LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE I* MEPttBT GIVEN ..... ,,"4RI.I:' H PHISNITtk I leap Year Heart to Win a Heart
area ...It.. *f th* fellifwln ..,.lfloa.. kae filed sold errllfloeiifor
In for Qulncy mon.eor.- Chatiahoooko Writs B.. Me. W. a le* deed le ... ,..... t........ The .....,..w* n.nkr *.d
oars 0...... Oo.nl' Tim. w TUB COUIIT or rorurt pair af ........*. the doorrlpiien ef she property, aod Ike ....
r.... 5.1$ ItIAL71 JUDOK. OAlMr/ICN OOUMTT, le. kick II you ........ ar* a* follevoiClf. Indoor Humidity
'---Ii I IT AT* Or '... ..IIID.4.H. .
+MAN WANTED A pond HIS Too ef 1'o..III..f Home In Whisk 1' ,
rellaIAa wee to supply oestomore Gr.enwoodand ,I* Rt:: Kotaia ofMr Mo. INW.,* Property A*...*.. t Affects Comfort

,"...IIa..I.I.1I Wrll. Rawlagb Predicts Dspt.FAA1I111 IsQ.net B*.. *,. Brand VcMvrry, II ISIS.eS.. I *.d I, Bin I M...p<.. R.b.... Boole* t
01.5.Nla. This.Jan. I doeeaeadoricB Hi.. IiH ,". P '''. I....... II
I0, Fob. e. IS it or nuxo PITITIONFOR and IT. '..*...1' t Kertk.Kanie .
Ia.- __ FINS MiKtfAlt'jB or I Wait
u
Sunset Acre TO ALA ADMINISTRATOR WHOM IT MAT COMellre *- All. ef Mid property kelaf I* the C..I, .f Ceded. But Y.
.
Machine, f n... CERIti: Of .wide.rale
1H' Eig-Za6
I* kereey gloss that t ** wk erllflirei *r *...ltleal.* shall k* .......ed ae
task or win lake IJ.N ,ayneab CLARK PLEMMONS .*. filed my .....1 Ketnrae .* sealing le lv Ike eraperty deoerlked I* esM oertirioai' er oof.llfkete Y.
Writ Atlas SowlnfCenten. PtMMM MAI T-llll ..........t..., D BM CT '. ef la. vlll k* cold' te Ike klelieei Mdder aIb ...t keeoedoor l *
0u15155 I Mm. Beaefert Brand ee t... fOul ..**..r I* Math ef AprIl 1144, .kkt I* tai
tM K. alafo. BUrenowoU. aI.......,. deraaaadi aloe my r.> alb day ef April. I....
II tiuon (.. Flail IMecaara* lad Duel Ills Ird dy ef ..*...ry, 1144.
rta. I!iPAr' BACK ""U-*.,;t... forn.rttM than I win apply le ike Honer
1&4_ Floilkl leer*. klo R T. lUyiMleo. .. (ORALEDWIN JACK
Eioellont IMOOO with Ayer Coo Jvdte of Oeded re iy, nen Clerk ef Clrrelt C.... .f 0...... Cenoty, rterld r, iWa.
"' ..,_ Writ. ..... tiorethr Mar 4e, en Marck' a, ..... for ........ .y */.>*.*... .. Bear, Itpniy Clerk. e
MISCELLANEOUSFOR .... Am Hot. K._.... P 0. .1 *T U* aente asp flail Die ..*... *, t/. i*. it 41
boa Uti x.a., t'allasass.., Flu.P.w charge a admiamtraia, D..NC.TA x
ed said McrTKB cr APPLICATION POE TAX wti
II, f. .2 e./&t& Thu II
___ day .f January 1044. Bee HIM. rJtITOnrKat

CITIZENS JANE AND TACITCOMPANY I* UNBENT OITM, Tkad It *. Reek*. !... balder Kerth*. South.tart West*.

SALE LEON, ;//oorda. T. N. If'--. treat masr, ef deed t..le(.n.wisl ke 10.054bor.ertliieai....**Tk tai*filed"';rid*: eenifkeioe eed,.leere, lei..COneaa.e. ....... when jreej UT, UcK Uumldlly
.
INI roaD TBrCIC 41_.. A f.r u.Adm.Jam. 101 devrlpttM W Ik:property.f.-: ** ta M MOBILE HOMES ". /.. Psw 5. u. .. 41I .*. eooeod are ae lelleeo.Of. : THIS DZMEKT IS SO TEH-TWO sad M delkloi' that aem* Let AdgolH k4 s record hr*

1-TOM rill tko C..., of Ike Ce.51y1:4i.4t54 Tear of MtnrmmO* Or eu U whisk I*the mss tl Tog f tfcolK,tt surely.ti T.i s rrop*!U a* his .f IM than ens per lent II,....

48MIBTtANSMlSSlOM (ale* ..... *' OMMty. Ftertd. Nw Joe_. rnurcBTT Aas.asN ll/o-lecf oataert wear. .....If fou'r ataeadr nvarrW.tall luclateft Mr loeontl/ _

DUAL WBEXU. AND EXTBAS. How Moo. TvMld.Cardao ,. re Kotate of II IMt Blerk. ..".m- ....... (e*, take.. wta .* your koatiMd **irr-kdH bass he .*. tbo ted U Uka,e,tilt Weed '*

BMke Wkltfleld ........*. 11.0 4. T"."'. 1 lllaetIIo *.(. 1* tkd world. Few **y* evtald air" at sr.
CONDITION UKI *. Coojeot.: tktwait.Hie ,....., Rae I WOMH dorms with 100 slat he
QCICK ..... U... TrIUNl All ped/e.. ... r._ IHI .'... 4. ar...._ Eat*** a**. fk... CHOCOLATE BUGABOO JEAN pit
NEW. PRICED FOB r ... Ir ww.w. Meclag C.1., or DI_'". lien 4. Tovwkl* I fcertk.. oddity will dr.p J yef oral
IALL I IT.3(515.5 .... ........ Manse f west s dll awes ehil.s bsed4ty whir to 11 dV
1 nvsbp (t t. ) gelsile hll.Uln'11
Hade tot ......r* M Tow o4 *e aetlftad sad
S.. Jack Gandy neytblmg tt Tale **.! any elelat reeetred end aenwade te "o.I. lleej 4. ToVMkl I Mnk* ,oataf1I deftlLev
Rises d .*M P oere* .... .. sail 11..m.eI vasllle
.
..... ,... or oitkor ef ,... way .umW.ty esatribe4a i*
AT W* Ha.. COOL BEAU I..**. ...,... Ike **te>. or KlieMirietd II 1441Isle Hameeei BotMe, Be*, take... 1/4 n.w.., 1/.......... axmeod tllac'1.1'n..I
...... * ,. / bossy efesm dry, tttkr akin aa4 reiilrstetyUmnta
O. S. M H mOt wt of .as..4 lat. at ry t5Ilk. IU... S WM s aero top | wkss wood pinold
Kcwa COLZ T.... law.TanakooMo. C.waty Jeep. 5! =:... H 1..1..... ... Morrue aXat ..*. V'*>*... J nrmrc. hLn'. 1/1..,IN dry s4afoM *crash pets ikeit aid Mira.
ILTiMASSRTQULCT. '!,' rl..,... ol ... ,,".** I* IM 0. Mena, .........eed Chsielald rrawl.
Pistils Ik. teert keooe of Hid Ceet IUa.* Woet 'l.u.. .taaU drooo. The uolutloe1 X

FLORIDA o lender. 0._aieeike. rTerVee front tko ortikl ttaeike all of M IMt Treet Hvrtaeo txet*. Bo*. tl
...... MAk ,-,... Or till Wail T_ 'Uee.firot Two pekefceute 00100 ed*ash ef jkie IUu_orIM Keeie* a.* Woo Teveeaio* 0 lit*I *Nona**** **4. mUk. ,.*.* nor low heel;. rUrrlor oaBdUntlr. math letallB. B) tad***torso.t Scott It Wuetrtal tkroagll a f.mlart *..

KIM 1-MM NldMo n12211... **.* kU ke tn '"'t..*. cod .4AlI.f Said p.sp.itp hemp isb.. Cwsty of ....... ..... dteeafrei AM VwUti.. Slit dmetaaitlr orer m.dlum hail nalOh Mot in alt plebs Moiatoiw
mall etete tai p/oai el aniloonud < .oUt. I* ..I.... AU taaJIla *a..) oJnvend dxtraci. Boat with Ip
pose erne ...rooe ed tke fBlee oeek *e ttn4e ** eeeu/toe,.** eaeJI ke f....eil ** beater sell.lawra Id klended.OOU still illgatlr thkaeMd. front tko fee*, ad I* blown
/. aad oeoll k* seers teT erdiec te lev 5 .erebod In sa.S eerUfMoMe eoefufieate rosary Into tbs root a* ktunUMdd air.Oderleea .
.> las oltlenet. kle a**>. .* vita ke-r kickeeo kldaoy M lee eeet ... Beat nt wklW MtUwir '",.....A U 1/4 sip sorer, S texlbl
D. E. ARNOLD WELDING SHOP !1"-nne. 554 ...deiler eed Mr a deer e* tae ,.... Meedey M ....ta .( April, IMt vkata k U* taI ..*..*...at s...*.Walter after**..1441..*.C.ntw* *.*UawMH iretiMtan.r&Jc.. )
lee *t oee aid eeekeleM Ke day W Ami. IMt pads Star limos .. M4
lADOHDGE. CEOBdA or dowsed .54 ** rued Bitotom will lien Miff tab*,*a *Whip Ud.....<*. r.Id egg
ke .... baled ikM Ird day of .- '. IH4. an e*.y U.*.*r*/**ileaiflJit
,kell BeBd at
Bihitar
whit. mhtar sad .Mole cUfotot
Bo TraHart eawi BotflM Meni to Ortto. Muw44 a Maia..a IIAU KOVIW BATB. CtBat r>r % vklpced stasis 50 riUc*-* Centrota Step
Tobacco Qpl.L A. *4 >l nnr4er W tbs leutee Kct-rr totitr or e Aiu>ufCteUirTT. me'sr..l __ Spoon late a 14/1-jmtt Mid. Q sail Ira. mldlty bt the eenrf ert MM_
Stead fcaxi te or fob. Ced w wdtoPBOM ;I Blieaeoik WkMAetd Bu***>| ru>*II>ABT Lsat.id.Gun1M vIIM aMWouI whipped seesa.11 4oaIIM.Maimseboeot .-
tm I ateav -.... o/Ileectae a Beer 10 ..It F.F ass ......
24 V33U G_ rkret,..krv.MiM Jaeoery H. IMt 1+o My Clerk H/J<..>*,M I to .1 ......
/ ML fo*. *, ... 10I 1 ,... a, II, 11. If 41
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: SIXTEEN GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. ODINCT.. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1M4


organlutlona.gesture. aa I had It was the' couple section from of the Tallahassee.county and Was a the field of political controversy Tobacco liam O'Flaherty, Tobacco Tax had aa weekend guest their oa Florid Association of County
And to disease the mat Invited we expect our representatives Forums Council; Fred Boyater Bright Edward Health
Bils to another net-togeth who U a student at Ga. Officer
reporter tent here er Tuesday evening of thla to point out that dedicated Belt Warehouse Association;; L. Southern College Siateeboro, Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Wetter
Christians may be standln onelthi T. Weeks, Flue-Cured TobaccoCooperative
the' dally newspaper week but was unable to attend r aide of a particular lassie' Are ScheduledThe I Stabilisation Corporation -, Ga. and MM Chip of Gainesville
PiecesBY he
way knew because I have to work
to when he on Justabout The report conclude with ; Thomas Theia Agricultural Mr and Mr. Edward H.: spent the weekend with her parem -
go
didn't have to ask got a think every I Tuesday nightI several socd/l*" recommends- U. S. Department of Agriculture Research Service, Fletcher and Mr. end Mrs. Cecil I Mr. and Mr. B. T. Pita.
nave said it
HUTCH before may lions, to wit: (I) That the Episcopal today announced USDA U B, Satterfield, Agricultural Butler have returned from
(getting real absentminded a aeries
) that I have known Church Increase Its participation of meeting; throughout the Marketing Service, Tampa where they spent several!
We hers .t the Time that wrote me up Scottie since he waa a little in the Council (it( flue-cured tobacco producing USDA; Hugh Kiger Foreign Ag- days and attended GanpariUa. Mrs. Fletcher HostessAt
Thai Church
mowed under with fan ao good looking boy and had the pleasure tote.cb share our of financial assume a larger cress to discus all phases of rlcultural Service, USDA; While. there they were guette of Thursday Luncheon
support of Claude Turner, Agricultural Dr. and Mrs. John Fletcher
Mr.
do town again Tuesday him In Sunday School at tobacco
I cr but two.occasionally This put we week and stuck his bead In First Baptist when he was only the resentative Council. In((g) the That NCC cr rep- Them for the meetings Is Service Stabilization, USDA and Conservation and Mr. Ed Wade and Mr. and Mr. Maxwell Fletcher entertained -
about the nicest one 1 door of the Time 18 Scottie was a fine boy and their Influence to prevent reckless use "Tobacco In Focus" The meet- fives of Land ; and representa Mrs. Martin Oliva. with a delightful one
. receive. It was from a If It was safe to come has grown Into one of the outstanding : and unwarranted pontificalutterances big will be In the nature of Grant Colleges Mrs. James B. Ball and her o'clock luncheon Thursday In
friend of mine (and busy with a customer young men of our time. by spokesmen and forums participated In by all Domestic manufacturer and deter Mrs. T. M. Cumbie are honor of Mr*. G. A. Fellow
an4 b.', not my pastor and did not get a Certainly hope and trust that agencies of the Council ((4),segments of the tobacco Indus the Imperial Tobacco Company expected to return Saturday of Creeodboro and her .
I from Guy Wade, really tell him off, b.'. elected our next Governor That a formula try are being Invited to participate ,from Montreal where lIMy. .ietMIoM.
for -
i Episcopalrepresentation Ben Carat and Mr CharletDaryl.n
making a this and that Cadsden I In the meeting. the *
Thomas Memorial B I survey County will spent week.
In will
the Emphasis be
a Church and It was ao out who. was the give him. the backing be deserves. be adopted by the next General Council continuation of the placed progress on Following la the schedule of Mr. C. D. Geroerding and Camellia who are her In various housegueeta *
t we appreciated It ao I contend Convention, which will make made last year In Improving meeting: February 23, Live sun Richard Denver Gerbenling shade were at Interest point
J it la reproduced below; that Scott quickly Inform our delegation more broadlyrepresentative market acceptability of U. S. tobacco Oak Coliseum; February 29, of Philadelphia Pa. are (pending in the attractive home
I "Dear Hutch: Kelly was of the Church asa to both domestic and foreign Douglas, Ga., South Georgia two weeks with her mother,
I "I know you get your Then he wanted to Episcopal whole." users. Other topic to be State College; February 27, Mr*. Helen Smith. She was met Following hutch the gueet enjoyed -
.( crank, gripers and vas second. "Scott discuised are various field of Florence, S. C., South Side High in Jacksonville Sunday by her afternoon of renrinese
11 arbors, but I an a replied.he'll write Then that he left? Church Notes KOREA REASSURED research, supply and demand, School; March 4, WUion, N. C" mother end her sinter Mr*. R. Ing.i .
the achool that believes up Secretary of world production and trade, and Legion Building; March '9, N. Willie of Tallahassee
State
I should 'nass- out flowers registrant were In from St Paul'sI South Korean President Rusk assured effort needed to recover the Greensboro N. C., City Audi- Dr. end Mr*. B. D. Black- Few afflet -holdere resign
I a fellow. able to smell one day last week Park that there will be share of the world market formerly torium; March 6, South Boston,, welder left Sunday for Jacksonville -i,from Job with good lalarlet
] I wanted to thank you for had registered and quote (without comment) In United State no forces cutback enjoyed by U. S. tobacco Va., Armory. where he attended. the and' little work.
I kindness and signed his name with this week from a summary of stationed In Activities of auction Similar meeting are being
Korea. warehousemen

the placing In the the current study being made scheduled In the burley tobacco :
had It witnessed he Rusk said the Tobacco Grower
< of the trUdei which we /. companion to do by the Episcopal Church of Iiirelationships the 80,000-man any United reduction States of Information Committee, and the producing area. NORTH FLORIDA GAS CORP.
.. I
to the
the with NationalCouncil
I paper He said "No, I don't force In Korea or the 600,000- Impact of taxes on the tobacco
editor Bieana who a great la kind deal and to had better do that General Convention of Churches.of 1981"Our was man South Korean Army was Industry will be presented, MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE GAS
A of I haven't been In mad of the out of the question at present All person having an InterestIn
, dative religion -news-gathering newsgatheringhelp 30 sufficiently aware persona
year yet" The
I "If there la ever one replied, "Aw, come discontentment of not a few, tobacco are Invited to attend I Gal Ranges Prepare It Better .
D. these An
I thing that I can do for )' know you don't Churchmen to take action, andIt i C. ASSURES ASIA meetings. opportunity Water Heater
, the paper or for the be here but FIVE did so by directing the Joint i The United Slates Is seeking will be given at each meet- Slieryl Hobbs, daughter of
I 1 would like for you to one that declined Commission/ on Ecumenical Relations to cushion the Impact of the ing for anyone to ask questions.The .: Mrs R. S. Hobbs, a student at S Thermolalre &
let me know. We r : : went out the door (JCER) 'to make a studyof French recognition of Communist meeting will\ begin at 0 SaJem College, Winston Salem I Dearborn Gas Healer
the Structure, Program, and a m. and will continue until all
erything you have done a* the aecond China with reassurances N. C. accompanied croup of
, God to continue blessing "Some folk one Finance.. of.the National. Council that It will not change United have had a chance to have their college friend to Annapolis, Nora* Washers (iii)
t! "lovingly your friend ." of Churches of Christ in the States policy In the Far East. questions answered. Md. for a weekend Wt with I
"Guy R. Wade"Now United States of America. The The hope In Washington Is I Those participating In the friend at the U. S. Navel, RCA Whirlpool Dryer
don't you agree release from Emory report of the Commission Is that the French action will not meetings Include: Academy. I IMr RCA Whirlpool and
letter like that should be In Atlanta this week now public, under the title, TIlE touch off a wave of recognition J. B. Hutson, President, To- *. C. D. Johnson te In''
where more than Just me list of atudent who NCC STUDY REPORT, The report by other countries and upset bacco Associates; Frank J. I Knoxville, Twin whore Nora. Refrigerators COOK WITH GAS
ace Itr Think, CuylSpeaking dean'i list. Among Is much too lengthy for the balance of power In the Welch Executive Vice President a conference delegate to heJ:1
I llat was Alex lllo- full publication In THE LIVING United Nations. The Tobacco Institute; Southeastern juafedictfonal' 24 HOUR DELIVERY TRUCKS RADIO EQUIPPED
Mr CHURCH, so we here present It John Palmer, Leaf Tobacco Exporters Methodist
of printing and Mr* John meeting of the 112 E. Washington Street
I Quincy, Florida
Inga in the paper I of Qulncy. lie get in summary: Religious freedom does not Association; William H. Woman) Society of Christian ''
that people wonder at every time It After the NCC a resume to of the the historyof mean the same thing In every W. Anderson, Tobacco Growers! Service. I Telephone 627-6034
why some generally known lie mutt be a pret-,tales the clear date position of report the country Information Committee; Wil Mr. And Mr*. John_Cannon!_
cident la not reported In boy since a student
Church
Eplwopal that the only
paper. I've said It before a B-plus average
legislation which be
we don't print all of the Congratulations, can binding -
becauae we don't know It upon the Church la that of
We have to depend on the General Convention of thla
keep ua informed ;; publicity; about' Church. To remove any doubt
our stiff la very email And hair with John from any mind aa to whetherthe FEBRUARY
figure that some things are one of the beauty NCC can in any way legislate FRIDAY
worthy of being In print has been con-1 for Episcopalians, our General &
Convention of 1061 declared
way Such aa the lOrry that they
that took place at the In removing wax that 'no pronouncementor
statement LaRJ 13,14,15
ago night that spot received a couple quite of a In permanent by this Church'e can without authority action, be SATURDAY Dq RI

cf publicity In the dally regarded aa an official atate-
We were aware of what pleasure last Thurs ment of this Church.: I
The report then describe
place but did not feel of having a nice
needed our attention since Seoul Kelly and the structure of the NCC aa a
feel that It was done to of his supporters necessarily ponderous end unwieldy
voluntary association of

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