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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 20, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE


VOLUME Hi. NO. QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ?n. ion* PJR: COPY TKM. ri-.NT. *
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Junior College' Is Needed Forrest Family NamedAs Davis 'County! Polio ImmunizationProgram






I In Area Says Sen. Melton"YOU The Area Forrest Deeds Testers Jr Familyof

the Sawdust Community has

been selected a* I Test Family Will Begin March 1

Will need we cooperation Une"by the "Farm Journal Maga-

of the entire communityIf
you want i Junior college In Cadeiies Hold A Test Family then are
!MH of them in the United
Gidsden -- ---- ---- -- -
County, Senator G. T

Mellon College, chairman Advisory of Board the Junior, told Awards Court Slates information- serves to is the a source magaslnr of Special MeetingSet !Oral VaccineAdministered '

in overflow audience of morethan ronl'r'rnlnl'Irlou.* products Sen. Scott Kelly SpeaksTo (
200 Monday noon at the fir! used In the home and on the For Parents ;; On
firm local
American Legion Home In Quln- Monday Night opinions, problemsand
trends In the area A Test
eyCivic Cadetto Girl Scout Troop Family also record everything The guidance department of Basis
clubs from all over the 148 seventh eighth and ninth bout farm life It feel would Qulnc\ High School has planneda Large Audience Here Voluntary

county, members of the ichool traders held a Court of b* of Interest to other farm special meeting for Interested

board county commlulonm Itri Awards at the Presbyterian families parenli of eighth grail ntu Program Co-Sponsor
member of the Gadsden County fellowship Hall Monday evening Mr. Davis will test recipe' In dent In the school -- --- The slate government I* the

Chamber of Commerce and February 17. the kitchen sewing thread upholstery The meeting li to he helcflnhe biggest business In the stile ed By Various GroupsIn

county leglilallv leaden met to During the opening ceremony fabric, clothing and > high school auditorium at FHA Molhers- and therefore should h* adminlered Gadsden County
heir the first down to earth conducted by Patrol other items Mr. Davit will 7:30 1: p m on February 25. The by a successful builnesnan II

facts released In the drive to 4 I the welcome was given by probably test welding equipment actors to be considered in ," Son Scolt Kelly told a A program to Immunlrsagainst

den bring a Junior college to Gads- Donna Cain who Introduced razor blades, plastic seater planning a program nf studies Daughters Hold crowd of SIM Ttiesdiy night al polio, every man, woman -

County. Mrs Fred Klbllka, field vice pipe etc I In high school as well as a description the Uveitmk I'avlllon In Quln- and child In Gadsden County
Sen. Mellon who was introduced president of the Girl Scout Many times a representative ol the course offered 'y. "from 3 months to ton years,"
by W, D. Lines, preildent/ Council of the Apalachee Bend will be tent to do a story for' In the school will be dlscua- Annual BanquetApproximately will be launched March 1.
of the Gadsden Counly Chamber Awards were presented to the magazine on what a Test ed. Sen Kelly gubernatorlil candidate Th. program I I. cosponsoredv

of Commerce outlined the Julie Bales, Jennie Lu Belts,I Family has suggested a* newt- Since college entrance Is becoming 173 pvreonaFilters ., of and honor his family PI"11I1..1. The Gadnden County Jln.pltll .-
Initial steps Deeded to be taken Kristine Brown, Brenda Forten- worthy more competitive and mother and guest at a barbecue! Medical Staff and The

"Flrit an overview must be >erry, Marianne Fowler, Diane In this way the magazine Is selective, and Job opportunities attended the Future llomemakeri and ponorrd liidndrn by counties.Introduced friends. In Leon Quincy Klwanl Hub and will
made of the educational facilities Gatlin Penny Gilbert, Gladys able to present more timely and are much more sprrlallied. It Is of America Mother-Daught he asslmni by The Challahno
of the top grades ten Boyd Leonard Ann Mathers, Nan Goodman interesting article for its three becoming IncreanlnnK> important er Banquet Friday evening by C W Harbin the Junior Chamber of Coiaerre -
through twelve In the county Mary Catherine Harmon Vance million reader, for students and parents. lo February 14 In the lunchroom impalgn coH'haliman In tiads- Ihe Greensboro Klwan-

," stated Sen. Melton. Leonard Hewett Genny Lou McCall, Mr and Mr*. Davis who will work together In making careful Lynda Futch rllpresident, den County Srn Kelly stressed 1M Club and The Havana Klwan
"Next there should be I minimum Boyd Susan McPherson Jean Mun- serve as i Test Family for two plan for high nhoul opened the fmtlvltle with the the Important of running IhrMilt. I. Club.Oral .
years live about six mile from opening ritual, the members of Floilda In i builnrsi- Sahln
of 1,200 students enrolled roe and Ann Richardson Jean Polio vaccine willbe
Parent who
Quincy on a farm where they are interested In participating In the FIIA prayer like fashion lie idvmilrd rutting
In the top grades In the immediate Seeks Election lettIs was presented the Curved gaining a better understandingof aclmlMlnlercil. on a voluntary) ,
.
area which would In Bar Award raise shade tobacco, corn, song.The "dead wood" out of the mass bull on lhns Sundays,
the school and
elude Gadsden Leon, Liberty Patrol 3 served refreshmentsand peaches and beef cattle the choices facing program their children of welcome was extended government and bringing more arch I, April 0, and May 10,
Allen Smith and clean
by the
end Wakulla counties This To CommissionBoyd Patrol :2 had charge of thedlapl.y should plan to attend this re- Industry to the slat of It: clinics set up In sthmil
'
by Mrs John Allenhmlth Florida
spoons
would Insure that at least 250 table. Important meeting throughout the county, Lori
student would be available for Leonard of Havana announced -, Mrs. Samuel L. McCall served "Big Doc's Girl"To her mother Sen. Kelly staled "It elected' Iinna and hours will .be anounped. .
leader the with The methods for determining Progress rrptH-ts on projects governor, I will bark i .
the first year'i attendance at this week that he wouldbe as of group program
the Junior college continued a candidate for election to Mrs. J. K Gilbert and Mrs. Lre Be Presented and evaluating student achievement and programa were presented by for establishing vocational I and! There at". three. virus strain'
Interests, aptitudes and Sara Moigan, Mulne: (;iatlln,
Sen. Melton.He the Gadsden County Board of, llewelt assisting In presenting technical schools for training' which cause polio. Vacclns
plans for the future will b dls- ,Judy Smith, Kuxrena Rudd I'ain
went on to say that after bounty Commissioner from award. the unnklllmi to become letterwage from a diffeienl strain will he
The Girl Scout and their usued This discussion will Include Coiillns and Cinmle llowman irnm." given each of
on the
a complete survey his been District I One. Senior ClassAt three Hun.
mad of the condition favorable Mr. Leonsrd a native of Mor-I leaden expressed appreciationto By the consideration of the An, entertaining panlomin nflhi 'When you elect a governor,' dais. For complete Immunlt.

for the establishment of ven, N. C., moved to Gadsden, their sponsor, Women of 8 00 o'clock Friday evening i significance of school gradesscores Suner Bellies was given by Linda you plan the pen of authority tllln, the entire series I I. ni....
standardlred tests and Diane Montague .
on Sir.Morgan
such an Institution the findings County In 1926 at the age of' the First Presbyterian Church February 28, the Senior In his hand; said Hen. Kelly .iry.Kveryon
remits of Interest inventories.Parrots and Tammy Miller
should be presented to the eight UfO I* the IOn of Mr. and their representative, Mr*. Clan of Qulncy High School "I I believe a governor should ; taking ills or41100
State Junior College Board. If Charles E. Leonard of Havana Fount May Jr. will present their annual playIn and Interested friendsare Leona Fnirs'lolh ('Indld.t.fill' have the money In his left hand ('In. will be asked for a cunlrl.
urged to attend this 01..1Inl. preslriVnI-elert of the slat,
the request receives numberone and the late Mr Leonard of '1'h.o.ln, of the programwas the school auditorium. before h*spends the money with ullon of 28 tint or more an

priority, It will then be Quincy, conducted by Patrol I. The The drama Big Doc's Girl, Is t'tinllnuril on _Fat Twl his I right hand. In other words, each of the. three occasion !

presented to the State Board ofducstion. After attending schools In Rev. Guy Wide gave the bene an adaptation of the best-selling the money should IMo appropriated when Ihe oral vaccine la ,,",.Iv. g

: The next step lathe Quincy and Greensboro, Mr.i diction. novel by Mary Medearl' Formerly before It la spent" .d. This contribution should

Legislature Leonard graduated from North produced on the U, S. Steel Donna Dickenson Wins Sen. Kelly who wai born In pay for the coot of vaccine and
Sen. Mellon enumerated the Georgia College and attended FIRST BAPTIST Hour as a television presentation ladlson moved to Isdlldrn supplies. A program of this

many benefit and effect a the School of Business at FlorIda SUNDAY SERMONSThe the story has lisa been I County at the an* of one yar I yp Is expensive, and ill cost' ,
Junior college would have on Slat University During released for motion picture pro III received hi* early education Is being underwritten by The '
the community. He stressed World War II, lie served with Rev Thomas E. Cuttlno, duction. here and attended th* Unlvir- Jailulen County Hospital M.d.
that overcrowding In colleges he Navy In th. Pacific The-, pastor of the First Baptist Playing the part of "Big Doc" Coveted 'Jeanie7 Title Ity nf Florida on a football cal Maff and Th. Wutm-y kl

would be eased higher education atre.Mr I Church will continue the series a beloved country doctor who scholarship After serving In wads Club. This li nut ,
could be offered to more Leonard Is married to on "Jesus' Life And Ours' understands his patients' personal the U. 8 Army during World Medical Society" Protect, this
students Junior college alu- the former Mist Evelyn Miller Sunday morning HI. sermon problems, li Johnny Taylor Miss t>onra Dlrkenson of War 11. h* moved Ukeland I. i Community project, vast \In
dent would have closer supervision of Havana and the couple has will be entitled "The Great Physlclan. Quincy In the "1BU4 Jeanie when toe went oI Ih* genera I: ilgnllUani'* and permanent in

and Instructors more two daughter, Mr. Leroy ColIn ." Lynda Presnril Ukes the role' With the Light Brown hate," conlraillng bunlnvss. Liter h.I nature. l'he contribution ct .ne
time, students would be more of Havana and Gloria and At the evening service, Mr. of Mr, ClaYborn, "!II, Doc's She received the coveted title eslsbluhxl n rsl .nit and In- lir dos la a very small amount
nature and able to compete two grandchildren.For CulUnos sermon "How To Be wife," who meet family crisis !Saturday .nlnl after winning irinc* agency, to pay fur permanent Immunity
with students In th. university the past It year h* has A Success" will be based on the with faith and courage. the I3tl annual Jeanie audt- amen Kelly elected to ill type of polio If you nunabl
was to Ih
system and students would have been engaged In farming and Book of Joshua.FASHION. The Clayborn' eldest" daughter lions it tine Stephen Foster Mmm city rommlmlnn it the ,I to pay Jun'l ally sway, J
more academic freedom lie also the saw mill business In Gads- ---- -- Mary, n girl with great 'III 1,.Whit. Kprlngs. Alan" 211 the of 17 h.lilt oAt this program la for evrywtq
age
brought out that the cost of den County, SHOW Charm and ability, 1 II played by Dressed In I 'lumuola- lo..- elected mayor of Lakeland wa a whether' you cm contribute of t
-
lending I student to Junior Mr. Leonard is an active member The Junior Woman' Club Carol Crouch .d gown designed In tilt J 54style the youngest In the elly't history not
college would be equivalent to of the Havana Baptist Younger daughter of the as prescribed by Jeinl 1'h" next h The members oth. Qailailcn .
will a spring fashion year w*a
ending one to high school Church, president of the Men' show present and luncheon at the Clay born* are IVggy Wilson contest rules, Miss Dlrkenaon elected tu Ih* HI,".'., Hen,L County Hospital Medical Staff
'In my opinion," concluded Brotherhood and a Sunday Woman' Club on West King and Alice Cay, whose stag sang Foster1 "Open Thy Lao Kelly was returned lo the Nets Hal,* this Ja I far reaching pro.gram .
Sen. Mellon, "this I* one of the School teacher. H* I I. a memo Street on Thursday March name are Ruth and Mclll Lice love," and Fome's "In- ate" polling the. largest amounof i the goal of wblch" I* I*

areas In which I Junior college ber of the V..W.. Havana Masonic 12: at 1 Kit. dlan Love CIIL" vole ever recorded In Put Itnntunlshe entire populationof I
Is needed 1vrry!: m. you Invest Lodge, Order of the Eastern Tickets p.m.are S2.00. Fashionswill Richard Lulen play the part Mr. Cllflon J. Muir Coral' County Uailwlen County, whether '
a dollar In a student, you Star of which he Is Worthy of nlneleen-year "Utti Gables, president of the National yoU have had th* Itch vaccine
b* shown by several H* Is married la
gel It back many many times Patron, York Rile and Scotttah merchant Doe a likeable and sincere pew Federation fit the Muss Miss the fmme r or not. Dr. T. W. Griffin,
Rite Masons. med student crowned Mow Dickinson' Marjorie May of gulnry chairmen' / of the Undadra COUIMy
over Clubs
Cast In the role of RverendMaiCrelghton and the couple" has three chlU
I Hospital Utaff
at the annual Jeanie Bill Hh atata, "Tblour ,
dren
County Commission j htndlom Pat Nuts and IIh.",.
a I. first la
: was asiilsled by Mr*. Evelyn Workers opportunity net*
In .
Season minister who display *nInUUertual Uadsdvn County .
young
Hunting
Fouler Mu n.eevk, Stuart, nl_ are Kiloclllng financial' sally ...dlc. polio. Balk vans
maturity beyond his and Rebecca' uwnrtor cone gives Immunity to a fair
of Stephen Fouler,
Closes SundayHunting Greensboro Band Seeks year Stewart la Keith Hlnson Daughtry. as Ann Jenkins, Orlando, the / Its for'Ken.Uovernor.droll "Kelly Campaign I ly goal degree, I Kit not com'
appear Ul
1002 winner > "nmwatt,. i'trsnna whe
"
In Florida of lU "BUI. an amblUoua, realistic i hive taken Milk/ vaccine ran
the QulnryMusle -- -- ----
game birds and all game animal young gradual of medical Sponsored by Miss Donaa airy th* virus and give It lo
Club year-old Mica And
Hunting
rabbit, wUl close school. -----1
except
nlll.ra( With the oral Rabinarrln
one-half hour after sunset Sunday The role of Mr. Mulbura, Ulikenson received a $1.000 they

A. ,D.February Aldrich 23 director'according Game to Trip To World's FairA schoolteacher Davis I* taken by Carole srh
State
freshman ai norms vn-
hill '
and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Al'lln'l. rouniry pallenlar'f
on i tiny rub of fur She
sugar
delegation representing the "Big Doc" are Tommy Howell marshy studying vole NWFC Crown Meel 3 recipient to eat Infants and]
I member April
The new Jeanie i
Only rsbblt and unprotected Charles Dennlson, Wanda
children
land Boosters of
the Greensloro very young will r*-
inlmsl and birds may b* taken : In Continued *n Fag Tw) of the National Honor Korlely.
Schools before Quincy Jr. tlve the vaccine
appeared former FFA Sweetheart of the II, Itonn Jamesa Hunting and fishing rules and by dropper
after the closing day, February >- the Board of County Commissioners gulncy Chapter and last ,Plr' Times Sports H liter egulallofl for the IINI4 M sea ((' ntlaued as Fi|* T.*>
23, until opening of the Tuesday afternoon In Hears Milton High pushed son will lit dlaruMtd
obbl.rhuntln' Cage TourneyNeighboring Exchange winner of th. Farm Bureau's eager* at 211 puhe -
special spring turkey th* Courthouse. A petition was I State Talent Find. Kh* I. the off Quince* Tilers 84-62 In meetings In be held through
Plitt Is
season In Gidvien and mad asking aid to send 40 Tsllahiss and W. D. Hopkins"Crime daughter of Mr*. Mae I'earl opening round action of the ItHh! nut Florid i by Ih* lam* and Goorgo
certain counties In Northwest, ,Greensboro Band member and Quincy pit their Junior Boys' Utrkenson of annual Northwest Florid C mferenf Fresh Water Flih Commlialon
Qulrry.Mrs.
Northeast and Central Florida four chaperones to the World basketball teams igilnat each In the United States William X Hrhrert ofKingsport Tournament last Thursday during the month of March and Moet Speaker
March 21 to April 12. Fair In New York City thlaIUJIIm.r. other In the opening round of I I. Increasing four time as fast T.nn. the former nliftit! In Marlanna, then April.
Unprotected animal and birdswhich District III playoff gamesstarting proceeded to handl Malon and George Pint president of the
the li Increailng. According In A. D.
M population Miss Jacqueline Morris, dsughtr Aldrich neat Pride ,
of the Valley. Bout*
may b* taken at any time Mr*. Herschel Clark who tomorrow night said William D. llnpklna, Slat of Mr. and Mr*. II. L. Morris Port Kt. Joe In winning the CommlMliMi" director, thaw annual arts plant was oils ol the line
In Florida Include bobcat, red served as spokesman for the I will coveted crown
Quincy clash with Talla- Attorney for the Second Judicial of Qirfnry received the coveted meetings represent an if, trim')Ipal speaker Ih
and grey fox, raccoon, opossum group, stated the Greensboro hassew' Civic Lean All-fitars Circuit, at the change Jessie title at lbs first Milton gained I shot at the ort on th. part of she Commission 7th Annual Minnesota It recent
rutrls. skunk, flying lqulrr.l.EnlU.h Band was one of 12: binds In It ? o'clock In the National Club last Wednesday. event held In 19:2.! infefm's till by I M-B2 victory to provide the 'pllI ..' read snow held at Thief lead River tt
sparrow, armadillo the slat Invited to play at the Guard Armory In Tallahasaee.The The guest speaker stressed over lop seeded and defending mn of riorWa an
--- -- -- opportunity 'alia, Minn. Ills
crow, rats, mice, bits, moles Florida exhibit and the only 1 playoff will b* single that the crime growth could b* champs Malone I2J- lo iprsa an pinion and lo of topi. was TIMulure
threw and bu ard.. Clans C Band Invited. elimination 1 consisting of Church cut by rehabilitation prosecution Thos. Memorial 4t In Friday's .semifinals camIng .' have a part In niabllahlng both 'hanging World.Npsrlalty" Crops In a)

All hawk and owl, and all The Greensboro Band ha L agu. All-Star, Civic Leigue and actual prevention of Mtn's Fellowship tilt right to meet bunt HL' hunting and fiahlng '''Iul.tlnn'l The annual
ether bird and animal. Including earned a straight superior rating i All-Mar and Quincy'i All. Crimea before being committed Joe lilt Ih* IIM4 eonfr nc* Th* public. m *tlng* sine event wa spun:: *
pro- sacred by the
To Hold First M .tln Chamber of Coir
<
alligator and crocodile. two yean In a row at the Stars, During Ih* meeting Judge II jTh championship' Saturday night, old. She Conunlaaloo in opportunlly ,
Hot listed above a* "unprot<<'l- State Band Festival," Mn. I The winner of th. Qulncy- Y. Reynolds chairman of the first meeting of the Men St. Joe bolstered by transfer lo eipl.ln Ih* ,..- mm trillion, Crop Banks Improvement Ass
Loan firm
Federal Clark laid.When Fellowship ,,t the Thomas Memorial Bob Craig overpowered Walton
'd." ar* fully protected by Civic league gam on Friday CrIme Prevention Committee of nailing behind remains rtgulalon (ursl FUrtrlc. Cooperatives sixj
and Mats laws questioned as to the ,will play Tallahaaor* Church the Exchang Club, mad ..... Baptist Church will beheld I3-S8 and etched by Mar *. Th final 19445 rule: Feed. kd and Fertiliser I'rooo
cost of sending the band to jfttut Saturday ifUrnoon .1 dal mention of the wonderful at the church on Thurs lanna In the last eight swomla nd rtfulallon will be **'
and
c.taw* Distributor
the World Fair, Mrs. Clark 4 I clock with the winner earning cooperation shown by Radio day evening. February 20 it 43-41 advancing to Ih* finale U.rd at a meeting of the .b-I
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said the amount would be i berth In Use Florida .I un- Station WCNII and the Gadsdm 7 30. The scanting will b* Milton's Psnlher brought mlsakm In Tillihaw In

...000. The band would heave lose Boy Slat Tournament t* County Time In publlriIng supper mettln,. their word to 20-1 In Mopping Aprl1, after ill 2> publlt m Choir Receives
(Jt( 'IIIE'II August 23 and return August b* held In Sanford next weekend "Crtm Prevention Week,"! This U tilt first of these St. Joe for the NWrC basketball Ings haw hoes held t-I
I 211 6h mentioned that the quarterly sntlng for tile min tl-M Th
Feb. U and 211.I H* also commended the oral crow triumph Th* early "* Superior RatingTh.
11 bounty School Board and the law enforcement Henries for' to become better acquainted and gave the Panther. their' first publM mtlng end.r.'III.'lon.1
Town Council of Greensboro Indicated I Quincy was date tournamrn their work especially mentionIng general Information secured ftWFC ehamptwnihlp. hiving rule and r.lal" Church Choir of the
I. I they would help. runner-up two aeaion ago losing Sheriff Oiho Edwards and AU tM mn of lilt church' e mp t...l seven tin for Ih* will strrv several"" .bcnrflrlil mMiing Thomas Memorial Blpllsthurrk

..w":/ .we are mighty proud that ,' to Sanford by two points Chief Safety Officer J. W Hair II year old and above. are Inrltd car tnl*. Despite Milton purposes. The hIlt I returned from Ih Wai'*

Plan of the President for a your band .ha* received such In the finale.Junior who were special gu.*U *f tilt U be present for the sup highly aucrewful sensual Uwy March and April pu will nwtingsn allow Music Festival In Perry Mature
an honor," Mated Fred Sbelfcr, Boy Basketball rules per and fellowship.of were not i ceded hams bcraua d.e wild
big barbican to honor .f the vary a llttl from' the resolelion club. .!.. sportsmen I* voice in opinion i superior rating TnnUr .
the Chairman of th Board. they didnl play the required while (. savored in |
PrIm. Minister at tilt mtmntltt of the .U4 ivsrig o
British H* and other mrnnbtn of the Junior High School rules -. number ennferenr IS
of
LBJ ranch blew vp with 'D which' .1"'I O> 11 hunting aa_ ar* still fruh points out of i puMlbl lutf
out lotallellUG has been .
I ConUnswd M Pac Tww ; ,,,, Milton Mimed tilt IM. tints.Th .
Oxford accent heard from Plca- observing mainly '11\' .:\ : over In Irxlr winds. The early _t-
Uoolhiiwd as Pies Tent Judge for this nnu4
dilly Clrena to 14 Paso. 0'J tog dales will not eon/lwt withsumnvr
Sir Alee Douglas-Horn ... Fire i. Competition I* open tai| - varellnns and II Is hop event war mualrljn Sims Mh
delighted to ball deep to the Fighting my* up to 12 year of ag* only N.." Solwrnon At ed that this ehing will createS er srll"'n* ol Florid and th*

heart of Texas .. behalf of No boy who .ha narlwd his y .; larger atUndam al lilt ..*(. lodging was based upon tonal
British diplomacy. Classes Will Be I2U birthday' on or prior UNov. a r rh e Ffytr,Smith Motor Co. Ings. Th early dates will ".. uallty, blend dktlun, lnl","

But when h* heard the President IMh shall lit elUibi Hill Smith ol Fryer Smith .Id. t nurgin' ol llm In whlrh reUIMi and ability. All .f the
bad llso Invited some Held In March 2. Players. cannot b* over Motor Co. *_owed this week lilt CoramlMlon way Save avail- anthem that are wed at liaise
tt show Texans tome J r .In stocking fL that Harold F Z*..!.,, Jr. hen able mrrnl' rtgulnion/ when festivals. meat b* dune without
guest Limey maltose fc* biased his J. W 1I.1re. director of the t Banked rim shall W got accepted a position In tilt MW tN scum .pn.. ,lilt aid of sheet sjiiwlr
Coo Department of PuMI Safely ofth feet from floor, sale Other rhurrk hairs etUod
wH *
higher' than a sod Mr drpsrtniMitZlgl A .
bowler pr rgulllMt" mwlln'
Creek gusher.Sir City of Quincy announced 4. Six personal lout disqualify .r was formerly wptny.M will k* Mid to Q"stay M April bid tile festival wen Tallahi.
Aloe look Wednesday that a ftv4ayconn. a player, kt lilt LnoVrwood OUvcitUCorp. 3. mar. Use Oak, Perry, Union and
a S' happenednee.. ke In general fire fightingwill I. Frig rcends allowed .. to New Or"._ H* at a Medians.
Nee what! Ih. President lad lit bM it th* Fir Station thln*. graduate II D* La Ball' Hlh' -- -- ---- --

taw Ia -- Well. In Qulnry beginning March 2 ---- School In New Orll..... His Eaql. Seoul Award
planned blood hisdk ItLW and ending March 2 and ending Forestry R.port wife I* tilt former Nit Feed Victor P".IMk..III.1111 At The Leaf

that tad book* tilt Beatles March 5. Clasw win lie nndvr of Qulnry. The couple live Hjn receivedM Fl Hravl Award
reader a taverns. Teaks men- tins direction ol Mr. SUrrslt ofth. Th CadsdWn. County Forestry Wed FranklM Wrswt std In a candlelight pfewnUilun This Week
to Florida Slit fir College Vnrlc report two wood fires, Sunday evening si Uw Frotr .
arnasged for tilt The lots two rhlMr. Crag, age ,
her haired jurt wavy heW dally, on* ta tilt messing' an u,.. Nimbs of .sod* tilt turning weak tocludMov*
-HiUD. 011 The tel stonln ..* .hi honeSt '
with rauMiy
out from t oatil 12 and Uw SMOM fire liMe JitMsary I .! thisper Dew Darting: starring Doris
hewer In th. afurnoon Iris 4 ntll T adds .p to lour, bss- slat DEAN'sTlST Uw lit. Nv Perry V. Hoard toy o4 Juan Garner today
oarh peofanRybees who rerervnJ oho firsttrooy.
aa so 'clock.. 21 acrrs. Momesr *4 wood Friday and Halm-day lneld.don
with British seeeM. .
tend ., Director Hair fire at Ol 11_ lieu a year Mia v.DIr'->a ha "brMr1Ilt1It the IHurday double feitur
But about till middle heard nrlgkborlng fir *> *ruw':1 ago totaled U tins burning. bees sand to tilt I)***'. LMfr Vigor rk* I. a wisher. of will lit "!Loge! of the Swum* j

the *Btbur* Sir Alec wa Jove. are eordlaily tntt.4.II. lOll arm.Kasnfaa' CAMPAIGN CHAIRMEN IHarbin l L Ma.or ails GIld C:. W. tilt first "'/ ....r, IM, *4 I.a,.", ., Troop JOT' I* Ik* ion Scheduled Sunday Monday and
If LBJ tit ny *u>*r for Ik ) Florid State .lYerWIty, of M/ sad Mrs. W. W Tuesday "Who Bn Sleeping
whlrh to Qularr *
the classes
Kkllo. flremra W MUctod KhainDoo' It. Cadadeftr16
Mat to pUWC WOT a.
. .pect.ed win lit conduct by ...... pug week avenged S3O. *_ .... I* a frMlHMn and tilt orsMrty of ":1'Wr In My heel." Mirrlni Din Mar-
fiddle to mnctl'...of elf arcane Ii I 1IItMtnt.alleu.. dale Harsco, 1WA tai County Comaias d "SeDCdI Scott: oily lor Cowrmr"Pboto !'..1It&n W Mrs. MM Pearl grandson *f Mr I1n-'l: IM Itartlag W4n*.ly \

urortn beatnik I aatMd6. .:range, SM. t I campaitJo. 111 Mortfa': Ztud10 UcUason *| Uuioqr, Plasmas Sr W Quinn 'Arwind UM World U A 0P.K.Yoflge -.'


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>i Xlfw', .SQ-cy war crowned crlst and Wayne Broxaon "
Evil Of l 'Draamboat of FHA" while a Milton, Bob Craig, Chsson ai, i
Angels Subject k thrills of girls sang "Allen a Bill Verslga of Port St AWalter

I paraphrkataf of Nola." The Dover of Qulncj; Edi "
nsemble Was composed of Tentle [lodgers and Tom Wilkinson :I
Rude Pam Coggins Martha Malone; Tommy Jones of i iKunlak )
Macabre Florida Novel Stay, Mary Ellen Fletcher and Sprlnp- WalI.on; ? I
I Kay Bassett accompanied on David Turnag of MarlannaThis
the piano by Mary Martha tournament was the I I., '
Vivid and haunting, peopled -- -- Massey, for any of Quln /. teams ,
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with plausible but star-cursed their abode and some heavenly V Nineteen girls received the be competing athletically in t ,
Individual, ANGEL BLOOD, a realm was non exlstenL For scroll symbols and certificates Northwest Florida Confetti
novel by E Malcolm Colllna, those heavy, cherub ,carved lrv lor reorganisation work done as a member The end oi t u/,
which la destined to eat n a doors, which sheltered/ the Angels V on chapter degrees, Sixty girls) school year terminates Quim
niche alongside the ghoul- from the outside world, were awarded the key symbols membership In the confers, ,
ridden stories of Hawthorne and also bid such dark macabre and certificates foe junior degrees. us they art already comma i I
Foe, la published today by Ex- secrets that when they were In- !:to a newly formed confereiunnamed
position Press.In advertantly exposed by the arrival The guest speaker, bliss Nadine aa yet composed I''t i
Paradise, a small Imaginary at the mansion of an In- U.ckJer. clothing and texi 'Quincy Port St Joe, Chit ",
town in northwestern Florida nocent nephew, violence am : i'He Instructor at Florida Stale and Blounutown.
stands the stately ancestral man- the starkest tragedy descended University, lAve a preview of I Milton (64)) ,
alan of the affluent Angel family upon all 1M4 Spring Fashions. I 'ya Williamson 4 tdvfardk"
Although visitors were not The shattering impact ot the A color scheme of the FHA r Netmann 14 Dover 14 1
generally welcomed, one bold fall of the Angels In their house colors red and white were ..rmrr"'mctatwr Owens 11 Porch ..
enough to venture down the at evil and unnatural lusts is used In the decorations and a I Broxiod 18 McCall
palm-lined drive would see a :made bearable only by the su Urge red heart with a cupid Secrist 6 Sperling
Georgia-Colonial adllk proudly thor's objective manner tinged and the 'Dreamboat name Cooley 13 Baker <
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fronted by eight deeply dated with Irony, in presenting his formed the local point. The r Halftime: Qulucy 38, Mil'
columna. tale, Mr Collins has divided banquet table wu highlightedwith 28. "n

Two massive oak door into Us novel Into section each self n ; b. s and arrangements. of red roses Milton Ill) St. Joe .56
whose front aides were carved contained but each related to greenery.Polio WlUlamsson 5
Beltn I p
numerous cherubs, the Angel file others. = 't Neimann 26
r Chason i"
i As he explains It, "This boo I
family hallmark, opened inwardly Owens 15 1
Verslga
into the white, 80.foot was written primarily I for th Broxson 0
facade, Behind those massive active people of today's Jet-and Secrist 11 Weston 'a
doors members of thai Angel pace age, as well aa for the Cooley 4 Craig ?;

family had been born and had II tired'new breed," the actively re t= Continued Beta Fife One) .w ;ar Halftime: Milton 33 Nichols, St J01.I
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those Individuals
died since 1842 when who,
the mansion "--"- -" ---------- -
was built though retired are busily engaged directly In the mouth if de
leading productive sired HEART FUND VOLUNTEER Nancy Morris reqater. Ray
Now but four of them were an d The vaccine 1s odorless first Jacksonville to for the Hole-In- 34.Band
tasteless Terry, golfer sign up
left b.h
the patriarch nll;: Seeks
Augustus 1918 in J.cksonvllle,1 and causes no side reactions One Tournament On February 22 and 23. more than
Alexander Angel and his three ;I. Malcolm Colllna aH t or after effects, regardless -
attendee of Florida will
eccentric, middle-aged spinster 100 qoU course In the Stat. participate
Washington and of sex or allergy Even
daughters, Agatha, Amanda and Lexington Va.Lee and Unlv..ItJila Southern diabetics age, pregnant women and In this tournament sponsored by the First Flight Com- (Centiaued from Face One)

Angela of Paradise These were the Angels Business University, In mildly sick people esn take the! nanr fat the benefit oi the Heart Fund. I Board said they would do *verytblng .

Florida. ,Ca Atlanla'i vaccine safely, according to Dr I possible for the bind But any resemblance between Mr. Collins makes his HER MAJESTY MM Ian Clark reigned at Queenat Griffin.A sand dollars but they were not sure at pr,',

Qulncy. where he I. _III..t! the Greensboro School Homecoming Saturday evening statement by the Gadaden' "(W. know this. from the experience "Big Doc's Girl"Centteved rot how much could be don.,
of the 'QulnCbl.vlil D Corporstloa February 8. Miss dark, a senior, is the daughter County Hospital Medical Staff of other communities legally
and a member of th :1 Mri. Hubert Clark. She i fa escorted follows: Oie) "We operate within aei .
John W Shaw Post, Number 64 of Mr. and being by "The physicians of Gadsden notably Jacksonville, ( frees Page tight budget. commented Con

of the American Legion. He Is Captain Alan Bentley and Captain Benny Fenn. County and The Quincy Kiwanis Savannah, Charleston, MontI- Sue Cross and Don Clark. mlssloner Homer HUt
the father of I M. Collins III. Photo by Martin Studi Club have embarked upon a cello where mat immuni The east was selected alter John Snipes of the Gadsdtn
born In IM2 and civic p-oject: of importance County Chamber of .
Carole Collins paramount sation bus been successfully accomplished tryouts before faculty committee Cowmen
n... MAI 7-1311 born In 1843. my kids and buy clothes to goon old city" where are your groceries to our community _! composed of Mrs Ralph appeared before the Board ''n
their garks and put them coming from. 1 feel 1'.e the "Stop Polio Sundays We ) Strong, Mrs Edgar Barnett reference to the chambers ung '
through school where I went to I got a given right to say everything will be assisted by Th. Chatted "The expense of this com Miss Virginia Gregory Mr. W the old police station "u
Thurs school then I want to know In here because I've livehere hooch Junior Clumber of' mistily project for Gadsden C Rhoades, and Mrs. Harold he Courthouse Squat. HP
FrlS.I, 1Tr s right DA...., now so that I all my life but I may sot Commerce The Greensboro Kl- county Is being underwrittenby Streetman Mrs, Wilbur Castel- showed sketch llristratlnx
Feb 20, ai, 12 can leave and go someplace be much longer If this town wants Club and The Havana KJ- The Gadsden County Hoe- low is the director. She will how the building could be cor
MOVE OVER where I'm welcome and can I cstches fire front this pure S wanls Club. pltal Medical Staff and the be sullied by Angells Brooks I vetted Into suitable quartos
leave this town to you old tog truth being told on it then 111 "11 this campaign prevents Quincy Klwanls Club. The production staff It as for the Gadsden County th m.
DARLING 1 2I gles. You're wanting to give an be the first one to the fire with ONE additional case of polio In "To help cover' these expenses follows: ber of Commerce
Starring Dana Day award to someone for bringing a box of buns and welners, this area then all our efforts a minimum donation of 23 Set Committee Bob Raker, "We would like to know i
JimM Urocr business to Quincy over the There's a new election coming will be worth while cents Is ,requested on each of Fount May Ed Brogdon and we could buy or rent the pare '
year. You haven't got any up and if the old toggles are not "We expect this campaign U the three occasions when the Wayne Johnson, ent building and move It to ?
J-S-fl one whoa qualified to receive going to bring some IndustriesIn successful, to do far more than dOle of oral polio vaccine 1s received UllhUnll13111 Godwin. I site adjacent to the Llvestou
Sat. F.k SI To The Editor one. here to put the local people that We hope that these donations Sound- Joe Hornsby Pavilion Snipes stated
I The trend this year seems to This town has the same business to work then I'm whole heartedly /- -Briefly we propose to administer will cover the cost of PromptersCynthia Cox and The Board was In favor 'I i
DOUBLE FEATURE be "talk to the camera," I have now that its bad the pad in favor of ua citizens voting I a dose twe drops the immunization program for Brenda White. : granting Snipes' request, but "
no camera and the only other :90 years. The same people lathe in some new blood into every of Type I babln Oral folio Vaccine every Individual in Gadsden Mak.up.Jo Ann Edwards stated the legal aspect of the
MOVE OVERDARLING thing I've got Is the editor of same high office for the office that will have anythingto to every person In Cads- County, since It Is vitally Important and Judy Woodward I transaction would have to o*
my home town paper I'm past 20 )'e.r.. If you want ev do with getting new businesses den County. This dote taken that 91 percent of the PropertiesPatricia Brio- checked
wanting to know If my home eryone's Idea as to where Quin- and Industries in here. Thla by mouth on a lump of sugar, population be Immunized don, Betty Troupe and Edna ----------
Mae town paper carries any weigh ty's beaded ride through Havana town along with others has lustshott will within period of days "If there !Is one 29c piece Wood
In helping the people who buy You can aUo find the a time to get some jobs protect against the most vir- donated over and above the expense Tickets and Program Patti SPRING
SEIGE OF THE and read It answer to a past letter you in Quincy or after U. S. 10 la ulent type of polio the type of this project, the spon- Sue Craig, Connie Munroe, Jane
I'm nearing 30 years of age published on the public turning finished this town will flnUh most prevalent In the bummer sore of this program will wholeheartedly Allen Smith and Paula Walker,
SAXONSStarehg and I've written a letter like out to vote If you'll look drying up. When I say get new Two other doses the Type 111 carry out their roe Ushers will be Jarvis La LAWN
J>n.tu Scett this twice before but my wife I've I got a few friends who can't Industries In here I don't met I Sabin Oral vatcine will be given ommendatlon for spending It to Barre, Hugh Stephens Danny
....1. Lewis and friends talked me out of remember anything about Quln- for a group of businessmen to on Sunday April t and Type the benefit of our community. later and Bruce King
It. I c.n't hold this back waiting ey except the odor of Frosty get together and tell it bow to II on Sunday May 30. will complete "A list of the school house Admission, including state tax, & GARDEN
for someone eke to do It Morn. I are from riding around pay its employees Let some the mass protection pro will be only I fifty cents for
clinics' will be
SUB., M..., T...., for me. litres the big question that: the city Is going to pave a Industry in here who will piy gram days before the published first "Stop several adults and twenty-five cents for
f..., 13, 14, 25 with a lot of comment few streets that everyone has equal to union scale wages, "The first Immunization will Polio Sunday" Mann 1. TheN student I
from my position and others been trying to get paved forth work 100 to 1,000 people in sll take place on Sunday, March Big Doe's Girl a royalty play,
will also be
forms' In _
WHO'S BEENSLEEPING What are the clubs and city hal biggest part of my 30 yeas levels of work Pay scales have 1, at school buildings throughout the for'request to clip and Is produced by special arrangement
and Jr. Chamber of Commerce That's fine progress! This town's got to go up In this area, so Gadaden County. paper you with The Dramatic Publishing
fill in
of Quincy doing to attract new sole purpose I* to run business that w* the working class can I "Tbe doctors of the county names and ages of everyone l Company, of Chicago.
IN MY BED industries to this local to PUt way from her*. The state of pay for something besides feel that this project to be sue- In your family who will
receive the vaccine. .
SurrUf Dna Martin, money in my pocket, your pocket Alabama Is getting more business drugs, doctor bills, and groceries eessful, must be a community "
Elisabeth Mit|..." city hall's pocket and get and Industries every year and Income tax. project In every sense 'of th enenhlp We ask your help and part Millon Captures
the poor mouth look eft of a Why can't this town bend a I don't look for this to be word. In making thla programa
lot of people when they go to little break a few ruin, cut a published Mr. Editor but i It 'Became ef its nature we success so on March 1, tentlaned tress race One
STARTS WEDNESDAY make a payment on their banknote little tape and forget the, city should be, Maybe It will shock have assumed the role of med EVERYBODY CO TO THE St. Joe using stall tactics when
? Bu.ln.llmeD'.nd farmers ordinance long enough to getiw someone Into doing something ical leadership in this effort to CLINIC PROVIDED FOR YOU! the pressure was on The first Iftue ItMPlR
F.k. ItAROUND In our neighboring city g o businesses and new faces to help the cltlwns of this stamp out, once and for all, the Dr. Griffin states that the halt was close throughout with .
'Ito the bank with a stiff back coming Into this town. There's town. That goes for the ess.ployee .- menace. 'of polio la our county.i oral Jive virus poliomyelitis the score either being tied or; SWEEP-TYPE
THE !straight shoulders and a. smile a large number of people In of your paper and ef "W* specificsttsf! your vaecln* 'liter us an opportunity changing hands 15 times The LAWN RAKE
WORLD IN A DAZE on their faces Why can t we? this town who should be receiving the city who are making way help' in these ways: to make poliomyelltia as rare a Panthers were on top st halftime -
I" my home town Isnt going welfare along with too small of wages, money! First' we sat each of you disease as smallpox yellow 35-34 and from thereon flexible, spring.steel l
help me make a_living_to feed weekly salaries to make ends I prefer not to have my: Individually to participate In fever, plague dlptheria, tetanus never fell behind. teeth shaped to.w..p
meet. It s a known fact that t name attached to this. but PU Ibis program and to encourage and typhoid fever In Qulncy clash with Milton I cle.n.C0m-
I'r whit man cant receive welfare leave It to you Mr. Editor 'I by your personal example, all ".'ask you..plea., everyone on the opening night, theTigers I fortable, fir.
NEED A GOOD PLUMBERIN a* easy as a Negro and there think I've said enough. of your friends, relatives, your from toe age of three month to led Milton all the way
A BIG HURRYs::- are Negroes who are on Welter Thank you, business associates, and others take the painless polio vaccineon until the fourth quarter Quln-'I I hard.n.dh.ndlw
who don't get enough wel- name withheld over whom you exercise constructive a lump or sugar on Sunday cy had an eight point advantage I
AT REASONABLE COST fare money to buy bar of candy Influence March I, 1964. It Is a prevention at halftime 36-28 and went Into
I The businesses that have Your own family doctor win for more effective than the final period three points in I $2.25
-0-- left this. town were needed Mrs. Riddle's toll you that this mats Immuafstion the S.1kfIcdne., given by front 48-43, but couldn't find i
here but this town don't know la the belt piece of poll needle. Everyone, including the bucket only hitting Jot t
or want to contract I how to give. Yea they give a you will ever get) those who have taken the Salk points sgattut MUtoas apartot
i little to get one business while Father DiesCharles Numerous individual and .vaccine should take the vaccine 19 I -
a bi j or little! Job? ... :: it the same time they make group In Gadsden County are by mouth. This la neces- Milton was ar Broxon'e1'I NEW 7iiiilIIttP,1I.
THEN DIAL 627-8666 local, long time resident pay donating their time and service ary to eliminate the 'carriers' shooting of Mickey I
heavy to get utilities booked H. Phlnney of Willis to this campaign These gene who sprtad polio. W* may then Qulncy had 14 point night from ROTATING "GOlF BAU
up to his business The city ton, father of Mrs. Tracy Riddle our contrtbutlona we .Pprlltl.te do away with polio and the'Gary Edwards and Frank OakI LAWN SPRINKLER
24 HOUR SERVICE! gives enough to get one but of Qulncy, palled away Feb. 0 to the fullelt. needles for injection which no era I

I would not give I/looth as much at I Gainesville hospital "Ilowever the cOlt of the VIe- one enjoys I hope we never No consolation game was played natant. =
MOODY PLUMBING COMPANY to keep four from leaving. Mr. Phinney was 12 year old clot and other necessary av- haw poliomyelitis to treat In ...... .-......sea.
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I I also hear that we're in the and a long Urn resident of Levy passes 01 this muav opera- the future," the physician added Selected on the All-Tourna, ,:
1927 Mainline Drlro palaces of losing another county where he war beloved tlOll will amount to several thou ment team were Nlemann. Se- =:: $4.95
iness In the near future be and respected A host of erica des ------- "-,,,.
QUINCY, FLORIDA cause the city will not let it wire saddened by his passing. -
expand. The city will say I Funeral services were conducted -1
Next Door to B4H Construction Company dont know what I'm talking at The First Uelhodist
about When the businesses Church, Wllllatoa with burial to '
that feed "sweet n...,,". 11(11 rmtanr_
are gone you Fart&ofC1'sFINAL Nis. false
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; Phlnney
Mr Is survived by
his widow lairs Annie Riddle
I three daughters, Mrs. Tracy AS SEEN ON TV

:Riddle Quincy, Mrs. Madge
'iLet's it NOW!" Johnson, Gainesville' and Mrs.
buy
I Lucille D II o a Farnindina MELNOR"wave
Beach, several grandihlldra, FLING
nd three sisters and a brother.
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J. S. McCullough sprinkler"

Dies SuddenlyJesse FALL AND WINTER

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tif 8, McCullough, former
f employee of the S. T Corp., I,
died suddenly on Sunday, Feb-I CLOTHINGEVERYTHING :
I Iruary 16 at 108: pm. He war 4 1.
I retired and had been living: InOklawaha i
He was born In Indiana -i from '59'c
served! tai World War I.
,and was a member" the lll MctMISUlW. hue MM
ican Legion and a Mason.Funeral Am..j GOES! tram r i ir to 40'IMI w.tan
I services were eon- you taws with .two**..*, n....
M* MNMh Mllmft A.....Ot*
[I ducted at II .,m. on Tuesdayat .ton ......>..,. control et serer
the First Methodist Chunk ens-a. a,.. MM, ar ,.rlMlI
In Oklawaha with the Rev. Robert I __ 1,550.......... .......
Allen officiating. Interment PRICE soww eteh..e m's If ns.nsd.e.
1/2 LESS
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or _IL*55 55.5 peat'ore
was In the the Roberta Oklawaha Funeral Cemeterywith Home;.I eas.ws... _

naewentasaee a...-.4 ..e
SURE YOU CAN if your heart's set on is charge sass men MM M U.SX*.
Surviving are the widow
itl! The money? Tell your husband to get in Tanny. Oklawaha. three stepsons I

Harry Flake. Whlgham, INCLUDESFOR
touch with in RESULTSIN
our Bank-by phone or person. Ga Richard Flake Oklawabs,

You Bee, we specialize in fast Auto Loan Thomas Flake, Leesburg, a I
20 MIN.WILHOLD
THE BOYS .
Mrs.
stepdaughter Reedle Haaaey FOR THE GIRLS
1elT ce. Our rates art low repayment Miami "k

terms are generous So go ahead. Chooseyour Sport Shlrta. Dresses WNItg

new or late model car. Then come rightin Trousers Car Coats GLUES

and see us. You'll find a friendly welcome. / .Jo/iau
Suits Slim Jims e

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Race bad Slacks Skirts CLEAR _
AUTO LOANS ARE AN IMPORTANT PART a* their guest UM weekend ,
their soa-io-law. Cape Harvey Bloum "=4 59c
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CITIZENS BANK. I FHA Banquet marfl Booneg) *Jnc. HARDWARE FLINT


AND TRUST COMPANY CUBe4 frees fag Oeel
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1012 W.
I.fienon
gave a progress report *4 bee "SHOP FOR YOUNG AGES"
Member Federal Deposit Insurance c rp.'t.. project which gonads of eon MAIn 7-6611

Insured Bank paring the cwtfema and IdraHof North Sid ol Square
Quincy's Only ttwitsertand with those *l QuIncy FloridaGA".EN

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J. W. Johnson 83 and Mn. Alt Sober Qulnl'Y:1: '
two sons,Paul H.Johnson,Jacksonville ,

Dies February 12 Stuart; and; two Walter brother: D ,Johnson Hunter --I ir I &tJk t& J ti

I. Johnson, Havana; and WASHINGTON J1tq frn
John Wiltcr Johnson, 83 Webb Johnson, Crow City: r
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of Stuart. Florida and former twenty-five grandchildren 49 'I'
rttWtnt of Concord pissed great-grandehildren and four -- e
away February 12, it 10 im. gmt-great grandchildren.' MARCH OF EVENTS FOOD SAVINGS'e
In Pine View Manor at Panama Butler-Morgan Funeral Home I ;41OREATER
. City. was In charge of arrangement golly Wit ritoii cm FACTORS FAVOR

Mr. Johnson was born la COULD Hun JOHNSON | PRESIDENTIAL I MAO I
Concord and was a meMber of Martin Murray
the Conoordla Baptist Church By HZNBT CATHCAKT
Hit parents, Irving E and Central Press Wa Mogton Writery7ASTiLNGTON'resident .
Re-enlists In AF
Arwva Johnson, were pioneer Lyndon Johnson his now laid Us.DA' GRADED
of Bait Gaduden County
Funeral .. on which he hope to tide Into
services were held Keetler AFB MI Technical 9..
In the Havana Baptist Church Sergeant Martin P Murray the Whit House for another four jrtara. Put Imply It U to
February 14 at J p,m., with ReVIDick of Greensboro' has re-en stress a period of economy In government spending encouraging BEEF -
Ostean and Rev. Herbert listed for another fiveyeartour condltlonf for a continuing expansion of the economy, and keep. l
Shepherd officiating. interment of service In the United Inr the foreign situation u quiet M possible.
will be In Vickers ceme- States Air Force Whether Johnson can pull It off it another matter Impartial
tery. This enlistment will complete ..- observer In Washington feel that he has
Survivors Include eight the 20 year service ne- t. everythinggoing1 for him-his tax bill will be
daughter, Mr. R. L. Simmons, ceuary for his retirement The ; passed soon and Russia' preoccupation with -------1 SALE! \
West Palm Beach, Mn. William sergeant I* a radar operations ,. ..t. \ her former ally,Red China,will keep her from
Byrum, West Palm Beach; Mr*. technician In the 3393rd School Pu F2 Kenneth R. Dabney
stirring too much trouble In this
; up ) presidential
Wallace Roberta Hope Sound; Squadron hereSergeant I I I ion of Mr and Mn. Wilbur K
lira. M. A. Wltham, Stuart; Murray' wife, Barbara campaign year Dabney, of Quincy has completed -
Mrs. Ralston Byrum, Stuart U the daughter of Mri t I r r' However, its still many months to election 1 Parachute Jump School
Mr*. P. A. Chrtstensen, Lake Harvey Shere of Creeniboro. and events have a way rushing tip on politicians I February 7 at Fort Bennlng,I
City: Mrs. S G. Rudd Havana \ i with surprise-and sometime shock I Ga He has been assigned to the
WATER LEAK FOUND ifj', agy A Ruaao-Chinese rapprochement for example am Airborne Division, Fort
Casper Wyo. A city public Bt M could Inject a new and perilous factor la I Campbell, Kyt4H ) Chuck Roast lb. 49c I
INSECTICIDESSOIL utllltle Inspector, Jack Denny, ffl'A\\ "" foreign affairs. A reversal of the U. 8. caus -----
unexpectedly found a water leak W CBI|OBi in Viet Kan a distinct possibility, would do i
FUMIGANTS i In Die city that had plagued The 'retld.nt the 1&JIIe. forcing the) Johnaon administration
I them for some time. to decide whether to make a major military
WEED KILLERS I He parked his truck, climbedout A bop HIM to investment there or withdraw.
i to take a loot at a water Kovtmbff. Domestically, the economy has been moving Round Steak lb. 89c
main: just ai the pavement under In one direction-upward..for almost three
SOUTHERNCHEMICAL |I his truck collapsed. It took yean which U 4 long time In the history of business cycle If
I two truck hoist truck to lift his there should be a surprise shift downward, It would hurt politically
I(I out at a time when Johnson could Ill afford It.
MILK THIEF A DOG One factor that cannot be. calculated at this time is the ultimate Club Steak lb. 79c
I! effect that the Bobby Baker scandal WIll hare m Johnson's
: Ludlngton, Mich Carton.of campaign. Baker, a Johnson protege and former secretary of
Sales & ServiceInc. milk were from mysteriously disappearing the Senate majority Is being shown almost dally u a grasping1
porches of Individual who capitalized on his Influence In the Senate.
I I'Mmes and no one was able to Johnson has been tied closely to Baker on two matters; the
what
figure
II I(I Police were was called happening.and they Clft of a hl-fl set and the sate of insurance) policies to him. The Club Shoulder Roast Ib. 59c
Baker probe could hurt the Johnson .
tang Immeasurably.WARY
lit
i watch. The
Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 up case was .
1 solved whim the police law a News Views
QUINCY FLORIDA big dog pick up a carton and OF SFECIAL: TS-Most member*of the Senate and
i carry It Into a yard where several House learned their economies the hard way, by making mis DOIB1F. "t!" I
empty carton were lyingon takes and then getting straightened out by their constttiMnctea ..11 CUB MFFTS Chuck Steak lb. 59c
the ground. I It' not surprising therefore, that they approach trained; eoono- The regular meeting of the I
mists warily. Double "U" 4-11 Club wa ht'ldl i!
Sen. A. Willie Robertson, chairman of the Senate rebruary 13th at 430 In the
I Inking
NORTH W. T. Saber Jr., Fresh PorkNeck
FLORIDA GAS CORP. I Committee was bolding bearings on the nomtnaUon of Joseph home of Leader Mr ,
W. Barr to be a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Cote Adult
MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE GAS I poratlon. Robertson ventured the) opinion that Vice-pseaident. Snrryl Thompson
to
called the meeting
too many Important government positions were Jmf or-I
An der. Jean Thompson, (' Bones lb. 10
Gas Range Prepare It Better I i being filled by economists Ametevr read the minute of our ..
Water HeatersThermolaires Barr had to do some fast talking to work his meeting and called the club
I way around the Implications, for he bold a StaadbtgT roll Barbara Mahaffey, devotional II
& masters degree fa economics from Harvard.I leader, gave the devotion
Dearborn Gal Heaters am assured by my economist friends" be told Robertson"that al. Flag aalutn were led by
Norg Washers IB I this gives me nothing more than amateur standing." (Most !Sandra Woodbery. and Barbar.1AI.h.rt.y. )! ,..\, \a ,"
high government economist are PhDs.) ..
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RCA Whirlpool Dryers Then Barr went on to explain that he had never practiced The program was presented .. "".
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RCA Whirlpool and a demonstration on "Pineapple
adult life. Apparently this satisfied Robertson that tie wean t "
Norg Refrigerator COOK WITH GAS really adding another economist to the ranks of government Crunch The club adjourned by singing I
At least b*didn't pursue tbs matter any further. III club
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PAUC FOUR QADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA, THURSDAY FEBRUARY. 90, 1084 _""

put In. lel'a say $14,000 be- public and as s stunt man "rid \
1 Jefferson House. .uve
In Washington by the Navy which cold no decision on change Club p.m.
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES .ween 30 and W and have hadW Ins two horse going In the
and the request U likely for some time. Thursday, February 27- Canning Center, 8.5; Alcoholics yews of protection and still opposite direction."
ooaUnulng would how have $12,000 cash value In It.
TUX CHATTAUOOCHEB: TRIBUNE Neither the company nor the Nary say Anonymous & Al-anon Family Group 8 p.m., St If you used term Insurance over Key speaker was former
Published ticb Thursday It IS S Mutton Street much money was Involved.In Pours Parish House; Florida State Employment Service these same years for the same President Eisenhower who nrg.
explaining the Navy's petition, It was broughtout Grade amount of protection, you ed a party-to-people system of
A John H. ferry Newspaper 9 3, S. Roberts St: Fifth and Sixth
round tables
.. allowed to includethe would put in something like and forums to
BSTABUSHED 1801 that In the Aerojet hoi been
past Men's
Basketball Single Elimination Tourney; League $9,000 but then at tt would help produce a "R ubllc'npeople'
Quincy. Florida cost of a "imall annual picnic" at overhead cost Basketball: Hydro Gas vs. Manning Taylor, 7 p.m.,: have not even a platform."

...- .,.... r-.r. hid a QuIIo av. "-'.. In their contract Quincy High School Gym; Shell Oilers vs. Craig policy you could carry on Into
It boil down to the question of just how big a the future without an Increasingly
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One Veej. 13.00 Two Years MM 81. Months '1.70 may Oil, 8:30 p.m.. Quincy High School Gym. prohibitive premium ;
"small picnic" can (something like $800 yearly at
J. L Hatchlnton P"&I"I1_ be.QUINCY Friday, February 28- Pilot Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; 65). Your present policy ** .qlR, F r
Don Carman __ Advtrtitms and Nnv. Canning Center, 8 5; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12, tops) A(
Post Office; Junior Boys Basketball:: Hawks vs. Warriors GOP RALLY

CALENDAR OF EVENTSA 4:15: p.m.; Lakers vs. Celtics, 5 p.m. I In rallies across the land, Republicans 4I

1 NATIONAL EDITORIALModeration Monday, March 2- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m.,Jefferson House; have attack launched President their
Community Service by the American Legion John W. Shaw Post No. 84. 8 p.m., campaign Johnson. on ;& ;ajjbji, !
IAS C8T1N;
627-8511 American Legion Home; Masonic Lodge, Gadsden The GOP leaders pictured iEscoNCBti; I | ;
.. .. Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce. Johnson of
C 1961'y .1IIJ. Chapter No. 30, R.A.M., Tal.Mar-Quin Council 23, ,shell game as, master as hoodwinking a pollral the JUWTAIUHASSII *M,,

ON Calendar U based on Information reported by club 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social Security Representative

secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding 9:30: am Court Room, Court House; Boy
No. 203, 7:30 Scout Hut; Girl Scout
Scout
And You publication. Troop Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian p.m. Church. See him next week? Dont wait!

In all the commotion caused by the tobacco report Thursday, February 20Canning Center 8 Si: Alcoholics Tuesday, March 3Canning Center, 8.5; Garden Club I II

last month, vre could lose sight of other equally hazardous Anonymous & Al-arson Family Group, 8 p.m., Board Meeting, 7:30: pm.; Lions Club, 7 p.m., Kit-

habits practiced by many Americans. St Paul's Parish House: Florida State EmploymentService bell's Cafe.Wednesday .

Notably, these could include a never-ending list such 9. 3, S. Roberts St.; Men's League Basketball March 4- Navy Recruiter, 10:30: am., Post

':as too much sugar, causing comas for diabetics, asavereating : Manning Taylor vs. Shell Oil 7 pm., Quincy Office; Jaycees, 12 noon Kittrell's Cafe; ExchangeClub i

which triggers so much heart disease. High School Gym; Craig Oil Co. vs. Hydro Gas, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter 9:30: iI

And it looks as if the government may have some 8:30 p.m., Quincy High School Gym. a.m., Post Office; Navy Recruiter, 10:30: ajn., Post I
.thing to about birth control pIl1Iln the futur., and
soy
21CannIng Center, 8 5; Quincy Office.
February
Friday
I
of which too to have been
other drugs, some are new
Woman's Club, 11 a.m., Woman's Club House; Air
:fully tested. Force Recruiter 9 12 noon Post Office; Filth and ,pany experience.Yes I
There are habitual coffee drinkers who swig tenor there are more "eco L1'lCall
: more cups a day. There are those who think they can Sixth Grade Biddy Basketball: Panthers vs. Electrons I Your oCi f. I nomical" policies than straight i,
Imbide alcoholic 4:30: p.m., Corry Athletic Field; Blue Devil vs. Famous life that Is, lower premium I
;constantly beverages.The 5:10 Corry Athletic Field; Junior Boys Basketball policies but they won't do
general rule, with tobaccos as well as most p.m. I this kind of s job for you. T.ke''
:other things, Is not to Indulge excessively. Moderation ;: Lakers vs. Hawks, 4:15: p.m.; Warriors vs. jJ nluranct the lowest cost policy, term Inurines. .'
Celtics, 5 p.m. It might carry s prem1
:can save your life in many, many ways. ium of st little as half that of'
Monday, February 24- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson Question: I have s straightlife straight life at your age, possibly him long distance right now I
Order Eastern Star, 8 Masonic Building; policy for $20,000 which I even s little under half. Butit
House
:Good Taste On. The Air ; p.m. bought 15 years ago, when I give you no cash value. Instead .I Any good sales manager knows a customer worth
Room
9:30 ,Court ,
Social Security Representative, : a.m. was 30, with s premium of $410 of s "net gain" of some calling on is a customer worth calling. Use Long
: -: The constant warnings sent out by the Federal Com' Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30: p.m., Scout yearly. But this goes on year amount per year, you would
First after and I begin to won have s "net outlay" of total 1 Distance-the next best thing to being then-some-
::Imunlcations Commission to radio and television broadcasters Hut; Girl Scout Troop No. 148, 4 p.m., Presbyterian year
: der If there Isn't some better premium If you replaced your I times even better.
that they must maintain standards of good taste Church; Fifth and Sixth Grade Basketball Single more economical way to let policy with s premium of about
.and decency may not be necessary in view of the good Elimination Tourney, 4:30: p.m., Corry Athletic this same amount of protection. $200, that $200 would all go for
:conduct of most of those who operate television stations, Field; Junior Boys Basketball, Celtics vs. Hawks, U there? the year's protection and wouldhave
Answer Consider this if no cash accumulation. If I
=but they are, nevertheless, timely 4:15: p.m.; Lakers vs. Warriors, 5 p.m. you've bad the policy for 19 you want s definite short term

'7"" Regulations of radio and television Is necessary 25- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary years, then every time you now protection, this night be worth I
Tuesday, February
make s premium payment of considering but if you want to
efforts should be made to avoid anything like rigid
.but Club, 1 p.m. Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., $410, you not only get another have your protection extend oa .:
:censorship. Because of the impact of these agencies of Masonic Building; Business & Professional Women, year's protection, but you are into the future, you would wa
Information and entertainment on the family group, the 'getting an Immediate increase a permanent, cash-value type
:nation has an Interest In the type of programs broadcast 7 p.m., Klttrell's Restaurant In cash value (or cash value plus such as you now have Looking -s yi::; ;;;m Quincy Telephone Co.
cash dividend) of at least $410 to the future, your present policy
:over the air.While Wednesday, February 26Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m., probably more, depending on will have about 12,000 cash II'
we do not believe that intelligent and stable Post Office; Jaycees, 7:30 p.m., Jefferson House; Ex. the Individual policy and com value In It at age 83. You would

Citizens will continue to give their time and attention to

improper and indecent programs, there is always an
element of the population anxious to wallow in dirt

Moreover, children of tender years, operating home reDelving eaCocaSueinae.t IJ'
sets, would Inevitably get mixed up in the smut

jnjid filth. FORD TOTAL PERFORMANCETHE
-' W. think regulations, designed to protect the listening (

and seeing public, should be limited as far as possible !

: to those things which offend public taste and con."idence. By IlukbKeeping

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a customer "sold" bone

\ The Hometown Paper of advertising.of the essential function I

A tint sate Ii of little value BORN HERE !
, to the reUller. Bach store must
The New York Times 1s folding Its 13 state western han regular customers beforeIt
;edition alter little more than a year. The reason cm become profitable.For .

I :$.nanc. both retailer and manufacturer .
'- The paper's v.nlur.lnto the Far West did not meet advertising la the only;
method of stimulating massive
with: the success envisioned by its editor, Horace Greeley. repetition of purchaiing. I

:Jo many, this might sound strange, for why should a Advertising! U s constant re.Hinder ,
,well-known and reputable paper like the Times find il that a company or a
product U still. serving the curtamer.
''difficult to open up new avenues? The Times European Also It provides information .
edition is .u c.II.1ul Why can't It meet success els. oa new development,
where In this country? giving the consumer assurance
that be la -to-date
getting up
In October of 1962, the Times management announced goods and services. It main.
its Intention "to supplement, not supplant, the many tarns prestige for store and
fine papers In the western states. It will not compete with product. .
The n olti-million dollar advertising
western papers In the coverage of strictly local news and budgets of beverage
features." companies would be wasted If
In that statement we find what might be the key to appeals resulted only In single
sales. Through relentless perslrtence -
the Times' failure on the west coast their advertising n-
It Is difficult for distant papers, at least in this coun tells many times.

try, to compete profitably for circulation and advertising 'faces The the hometown same problem retail of store reselling .
against established papers In their own areas. which commands the altenttnn -
There's no doubt that readers want all the news of the national manu
However, they like a strong emphasis on news about facturer. A store really cease a
to exist In the mind of the local
then. and their community.Even eonnimer when It no longer
In this day of highly diversified news and features proclaims its own merit
people still want a thorough coverage of local Every retailer baa compel.
lion next door or In s nearby -
news. city. That competition la always .
Th. Times failure on the West coast is regrettable quick and eager to fill i a

However It should point up a lesson to publishers; there of vacuum consistent created advertising by the absence which

is no substitute for the hometown paper. constantly resells.


Scrapping The Bombers r. ,r.A J'z

Proposals have gone back and forth between the

United States and Russia for scrapping jet bombers.

First the United States made a limited proposal that .kl :E'
certain obsolete jet bombers be scrapped.The WeNeg1".1 ;

Russians came back with a proposal to scrap SAYE! 30-Year
all Jet bombers. It sounds good, but even the naive recognized :

the proposal as propaganda, for no nation todaycan l Fence PostsPIrMfA '
afford to scrap all Its jet bombers, until all others are T"- are the
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willing to do likewise. Obviously, all nations are notwilling 1 ''r!v }e.deduh F'4

to do so France being the outstanding exampleand : d'O mead
Red China a second example. :b ,... .'._
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Thus there seems to be little prospect that anything outlast 4 astr.III e a.wj ..
will come out of the bomber-scrapplcg proposals.. po.u
Scrapping bombers won't unfortunately, remove the t r It '1'rr

threat of aggression. It will probably increase it One
recalls the scrapping of warships after World War L and

the high Idealism which attended the tonnage limitation j .w.., Naaf ........
br.N ty
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treaty between England, the United States and Japan.A ........

few yean after we had scrapped some fine worships MO "..",h.s.f PERFORMANCE CHAMP Most automotive engineers win tell you that the
.. THE SOUTH'S TOTAL
them and c. loa...
we needed to protect American property 44 e track Is one of their most valued laboratories.
lives. They were not available.We ::::::,--
have no business scrapping jet bombers until ,, WAS BORN AND BRED IN RACES RALLIES For example, track competition' has led directly
the prospect for peace and security In the world Is better to the following Ford engine changes: better block

than It Is today. It sounds like a wonderful gesture, and Improved' pistons. valve train, stronger
the purpose Is certainly noble. v ECONOMY RUNS! MANY HELD RIGHT HERE connecting rods ;,; tad

As a practical solution to today's dangerous and PenuTreatedi
Such Improvements
complex security problems, however, scrapping bombers i IN THE SOUTHLAND! READ HOW RACING contribute not only to Ford'swinning
Is Idealism at its most dangerous degree Posts are track record, but also to the total per,
BIG formance so important in your everyday driving.

.PicnicIn Buy your in Wood! HELPS GIVE BIRTH TO BETTER FORDS. Come see how It feels to test-drive a total J f per*

formance winner! see YOUR FORD DEALER TODAY
light of the Administration's avowed economy
drive, it was Interesting to read a report that a California Post & Lumber 1

defense contractor has asked reimbursement for giving Preserving Co. ] TEST-DRIVE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER. AT YOUR FORD DEALER'SInman
UiTiis-Qilnry
12.000 employee and their families an outing at Disney Hvj
t T.L J2T407J
land.The AIM Audible st
company Involved 1s Aero-jet General, which FLETCHER CO.Gee.aabere .
! Included the cost of the evening as an "employe rela.
lions expenditure" under its contract. FRM FEED STORE
The Disneyland outing was October 19th between I Hive** Johnson Motor Company Inc.

7:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. All rides and amusements ,

were free save for the shooting galleries. 4 218 Weal Jefferson St. Qulncy. FI

..That Aerojet asked for payment has been confirmed: ;
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I Wilson's taken I 6Bell A CAPITOL hit her daughter Mrs Ola NEW SENATE RULE
RECREATION and Bates 1 IIf I Moody In Augusta, G*.
hcrJoita
f Scheduled! Games For The Hubert Maxwell, student at The Senate has adopted a new

NEWSBy Week LETTER Valdoela Stale College, spent ,rule, effective January 23, to
I Friday Feb. 21- Games will the weekend with his parents, spend at least three hours of
be postponed until Thursday, By Jerry Mock Situ Sherry Chandler whoattends Mr. and Mrs Tom Maxwell .
each debate to the pending
day's
Donn James Feb. 27th on account of All school at HuntingdonCollege ; Mrs T. L. Maxwell will leave
Star partlclpaUng In the District Tallahassee As usual In in In Montgomery, Ala.. Monday for Birmingham, Ala, business. It Is to curb the
BASKETBALLJunior Junior Boya Tournament. election year It will be difficultto spent last weekend with her where she will visit Mrs. C C. Senate custom of talking about
Boys' Basketball Monday, Feb 24 Quality tell the players without a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bobert \Vright From there she will go anything, at any time
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scorecard, So here ls the Una- Chandler and family to Memphis, Tenn. to visit her
Game scores Shop Celtics vs. Bell & Bates free to talk
Tuesday Feb The Senators are
for Florida 1964 elections sister, Mrs .
up Russell
: Mrs, T. h(. Curable end Mrs 11 Patterson
10 Wllwn'i Laken 26, Qual Hawks, Wllaoni Lakera vi CiUea ; '; on any subject after the three
Candidates for the statewide and then to
Trenton Tenn
ity Shop Celtics 25; Cltln Serv- Service Warrlon and James B. Ball have returned hour period of business Is over,
I regional offices to Malt her
qualify between parents, Dr. and
let BIDDY USa ETBALL from a weeks visit at Montreal
Warriors 33, Bell & Bites This does not limit actual flUbllAtel'l -
noon Mrs. W. C McHeeMr .
Tuesday (February and Black Mountain, N, C.
Hawks 14 Cam scores Monday. Fett which be halted
Thursday Feb
; UWilson's 181) and can
noon Tuesday, March I. and Mrs > and
Lakers 35, Bell It 10 Jitney Jungle i'antlien It, These candidates for Mr. and Mrs Samuel L. Me daughter InI'r' only by a two-third vote.
are : governor Call had aa recent gueula their Patricia I '
Bates Hawks 27 Quincy Telephone Electron I.
Quality Shop -
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Celtics 46, atle. Service Warriors Saber and Johnson Blue Devils! 1 secretary of stale, attorney son In law and daughter, Mr. Carol Cantey returned Saturday
30 12, Famous May Drugs 10 general, slate comptroller, and Mrs. Bill Love of SL Petersburg from 8t Petersburg where i One reason so many middle.
Top Ten Scorer Thursday, Frb 13 Famous state treasurer, state superintendent the girls tookocallonal Guld aged men die of heart attacks Is
May Drugs 18, Quincy Telephone of public Instruction, John Shaw Curry and Charles anon test. at Presbyterian that they too often stop taking
Player, team TP Electron 1; Suber and commissioner! of agriculture, Owens, Jr., students at Abraham legeD. regular exercise!
G Suber C lie! tale senator, member of the Baldwin College the -- CoI'1
Johnson Blue Devils 12, Jitney spent
C. Conrad, W no Jungle Panthers 11 louae, supreme court judge, weekend with their parents, C. SMOKES MOST /
K. Demon, H 90 TOP TEN SCORERS Judge of the circuit court, Mrs. Lee R Munroe 1II'lIIlP1ve Despite the high degree of MONTHLY
S. Sanders, W 7 6 Platen, team TP a Judge of the district court ofappeal tomorrow for a visit In Macon, awartneu of the current i.u.
8. Stoutamlre H 66 A. Flxei. B 37 public defender, slatS Oa, with her son Lee Ray Mun- rer-smoklng scan, the nations
J. Langley C 62 B. Spires, P 35 attorney, U. S. representative roe and family capital has the hpl\'lt'lt.lmok.'
Johnny E. Smith L 61 R. Glover, P 22 and U S. senstor Mrs lluiton Rogers, Mrs. Mae ing population In the country
C. Craig, L 57 H. Rudd F 22 In case you are thinking about Pearl Dlckenson, daughter Ul- Per capita cigarette sales In J SERVIC
M Harbin, W 50 B Edwards, F 16 .a running here la what you make anon and mother hits Grady the District of Columbia for 1ants
Seay, H 39 J. Rudd, F 16 If you win: The sweepstake Peacock Sr were In White the l last fiscal year amountedto
Standings Won Lot winner, the springs during the 240 4 i rats a mietj
S .Crouch, B 10 governor, makes weekend for pecks tilv.rfisl'
Cities Service 10 2 11 Massey B 9 a ::9.000; the cabinet members the Jeanle With The Light That would amount to tin eanK
Quality Shop 6 II B, Norman, E 9 19500: state senator and state Brown llalr" contest In which parks a week for every man, ..rai.r f0 J. Sober PSTND1NUS 8 House member, $1200 a year Mrs. U i kenson daughlor, woman and child In the area
Won Loss Supreme Court judges make Donna, won first place I --
HAULINGTRUCKING Suber & Johnson 4 1 19500. Judges In the first and Mrs, Omar May will leave Newspapers and their !
The Famous May Drugs 4 1 second appeals districts, which this morning to visit relativesIn I will reach perfection at rt'.tler'l!
Jitney Jungle :2 3 Include everything but Miami,, Winter t arden the ante time I
Qulnry Telephone 0 6 make $18500. Judges In Mlmis !. Mrs. C. H I'hlnney of Wlllli. ----- ---
Scheduled Games for the third district nuke 122- ton will spend the weekend with
Meek: 000. her ton In law and daughter, TIME TO WE HAVE .
Monday Feb. 24- Single here Is the pay of the circuit Mr. and Mrs Tracy Riddle and Dense Faints
ALL KINDS Elimination Tourney. Judges up for election at of the family I Plumbing ruinre
ME>S BASKETBALLGame opening qualifying date: fourth Mr. and Mis C.Y.. Thomas (omplete I Ins ef
and Long Distance I scores Thursday, Feb. CRIAM Of CANINES RISES TO TOP-Trslner Joe Gregory holds circuit K lixio; sixth $21000; Jr. are visiting In Lancaster BulletinMaterials'
13: Hydro Gas 86, Shell Oilers Cb. Trededcr's Painted Lady at Madison Square Garden In seventh $18.ooo; eighth .0,000; S C. with their son In law .( Alroa Aluminum Reefing
Furniture
Insured 36; Manning Taylor 60, Craig New York after she won best of breed among boxers at the eleventh $21000, The memberrom and daughter, Mr. and Mrs dslvanlsed Roofing k SidingS
Oil Co. 48 Westminster Kennel Club show. Called Lady Bug, the white group 1 of the 15th circuit I'hll Lmanucl: and children lluuaewares k Gifts
Top Ten Scorers: footed dog was favored to win the best In show title thla year. gels .1,000 and from group 2 Mrs J, T. Bailey la visiting ('lfr, Asphalt Roofing
Sam Hutley Player team TP 20000' The public uUllUe la Livingston, Ala with hitson bold Bond Shwtrork
T. Fason, SO 139 commissioner Beta 14000. In law and daughter Mr. REMODEL and Grptum Products
R. W. Goodson, MT 135 J. Chllders, HG 60 I Some of the others In the play Salaries of the oilier state and Mrs\ E. C llaiuwn, She, bpnrllnf Goads k Farm Supplies
O. Joyner, HG 114 SECOND HALF STANDINGS were Martha Barlnesu, Mary officers vary from one district went to Montgomery with her BUILDBELL Plus Hundreds ef Other Itesse
MAin 7-6433 Team Won Lout Mlddleton, Tee Munroe, Caro- to another I
R. Lemleux, SO 85L son In law and daughter, Mr
Jones JIG 92 Hydro Gas 2 1 lyn Sue Khoades Kathertne Qualifying for county wide of- and Mrs\ lane llmmona and & BATES HARDWARE CO.
S. Grtffls, CO 87 Manning Taylor 2 I \MlllamsMlmin lllnson Marshall Ices begins at the noon dead was met there, I
L Parrish, HG 85 Shell Oilers! :2 1 Gatlln and my daughter line for datewlde qualifications Mra R C Campbell" Is visit. IS NORTH MtDlsON STREET QUINCY
Craig Oil Co. 0 3 Sally who Jabbered French with
S. ADAMS ST. It. Parramore MT 82 Scheduled games for tonight: a Southern accent March 3. all 11111.11 auauuaue..... .......................................... ..... ..1I
J Wells SO The
88 governor and the
____ cabinet iiiimiiiiimiiiijii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 3BTKKiaap
7 Manning Taylor
D.m-
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= And the Quincy High Band are running only for
two-year **'"'
I Shell Oilers; 8 30 p.m.- Craig,Concert Is In the offing too terms, under a constitutional r*; *B .. t* -j .-
Oil vs. Hydro Gas March 13. They are also stepping amendment approved In November -
FOR YOUR up their rehearsals by the voters. They
True Story An office worker /.' run again In 1WI8 for four-year
h was asking his employer terms. I r orr
FUEL other day If he could have The first primary this year Is
sick leave" The employer retorted lII.yI.. A srcnnd primary will,
SHELL'4 AROUND Sure, If you get sick be held May 2a 1
leave!" The ndru'primary Is not
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OIL The Well, the matrimonial merry merely l for between
{ go-round has started revolvingengagement candidates as the national committeemen r
4 SQUARE announcements, and committeewomen -
r'+ HOMEDELIVERIES parties, wed dine.. 'Member also run at this time, This yr
,3 !!! By Buba back In my day depression I. for parties which capturedmore
era two or three parties were than 10 per cent of the
the most given for a bride- I vote cast for the last governor
I elect and some wedding presents or registered bv Feb 1 .which
DISTRIBUTOR of con,", Today a young I means the Republicans and
The flowering quince white couple receives most of the Democr.tthI.. year, Canril-
I Japanese magnolia and camellias chosen silver snit china and dates for state-at-large delegates .i.i
Call around-about look good luiit 'bout everything! else they district delegate and Helena r r ii
enough to eat It won't be long need committeewomen and
now until the azaleas will be In Susan ran get me Involved 1 In committeemen must qualify be-
SERVICE OIL CO. ,full bloom. Just hope they the scariest situations She ween Feb, 18 and Mar. ..
arent blighted too badly thla handed me the phone the oth
year er morning and said, "This mann Florida Sliver Springs, on. HAROLD F. ZIEGLER. JR.
Atlanta wants to speak to of the underwater wonders of
WB OIVBr I I The Quincy Senior Class Day the finding editor Here." Well
the world la
627.8888 now visited each
ahead rehearsals'It are sounds going as full If steam Big the gentleman wanted to know Year by some 1,750000 visitors Now With Our Now and Used Car
how the fishing was st Lake who view the sublerrsntan

IN QUINCY WIR Docs Girl". Curtain will be a time good i.o'clock .production 8 T.Iqu/n.come all Ilesaldhedldntwantto the way down hereIf world boats through. the glass bottom SALES DEPARTMENT

Friday evening, Febru the fixes wcient biting.
GREEN ary 28 In the high school audi Htutch waiint Joking when he

STAMPS torium. said In his column list week Marian I I forget Rude to bring"Yes It ma'am," repllec bulI = FRYER SMITH MOTOR CO.
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Never will forget the play, that the staff down here Is very Jimmy. "Well "
young man
wt!! "Jane Eyre.-,Uut the Clans of small
'80 under the direction This just might have happened went on Rude, "why were youawiy =
IN Stamps On produced ?" "1 don't know. I dldnl PONTIAC OLDSMOBILE CMC ,,..,
of Mrs Edith StreelmanIt over at George Munroe Elementary read the note"And

was excellent. In fact, School. Jimmy after bye.by* for this week! III1UIUIIIIII IIIIIIII IIUIIIII IIIIIIII1tIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlI11II11IIIIlIIUIIIa
CHATTAHOOCHEE All Purchases! thought It was better than the an absence of two days arrived
"Jane Eyre"* on TV Chad back at school "Didn't your
Adams had the leading part mother write a note?" asked.
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trees tied with red >,
Supper At filled the calM tend by s five branched silver
background.The Luncheon For
District WSCS aodelabra holding white taper
'I buffet table were and of
Sawano ClubMr. luWOMEN'S nosegay pom points and
aced br red linen cloths a PAGE Miss Curry sprig of Mapdrafoni Cupirs
centered .
by aa
eprgne Meeting Set were poised among the flower
and Mr. E It Fletcher ment of Imura Camellias From the silver service
on
and Mr and Mrs Max Fletcher whit soap dragon Shadow Mrs Tom L Maxwell entertained : end of the table coffee ore,,
entertained with a buffet supper candle and small white china Tb Annual District meeting, with a beautiful one w.
Person boring items d nodal nature are to coQ ; o'clock luncheon Tuesday la, poured by Mrs. John Hlgdoi.
urged :
last Thursday night at the love birds followed a line of of Tallahassee District Woman' Jr., Din Howard Barber
bawano Country Club. The white gypsophllla. The desert Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAID 7-8503 Society ef Christian Service!, honor of Mis Margaret Lawson anUy Hlgdon sad Miss Mrs
stub was beautifully decorated table featured heart shaped will be held la the First Methodist Curry whoa marriage to Alexantler iiddletoa, during the Mary
tiling "Camellia Time" againsta cake surrounded" by camellia Church Madison, on Febnia.7 Johnson will be sa event hour Silver appointed -
tray of
chick-
Valentine motiff Hundreds The dining table were all covered 24, IBM beginning it 10, of March 20. Tbe dining table .a salad sandwiches, ribbon
ef camellias, most of them from by red linen cloth giving clock la the morning. Lunchwill In the attractive home was centered sandwiches, miniature
tilt hostesses garden were used accent to the camellias which be served at 12:30 and by an antique rutglaaibowl Iced IB bridal design and cakes
In colorful array were placed on white/ paper lace nursery will be svsilbls for with off white flower potr of mints and corn
The reception room featured cIolI..... Each table ...' candle. pre-ecbool d IdreA. snapdragon! and mums predominating also on the table, nuts were
I manatee arrangement of Governor lighted and centered with Urge Theme for the day will be. ), placed on a reflector Floor hostesses were Mrs. BL
Mouton Camellias. Tb. valentines symbols. of wishing 1n "WI\JIeU Through Service: mirror. Imported b.nd.mbrotdf'nd ford Williams, Mrs. Horace-
mantle wai banked with camellia wells' Cinderella carriages and ., and an address will be given by: mats and napkin Reynolds: Mrs. Byron Subei
and flanked by brews candelabra cherubs. One hundred and Dr. Vela H. Cleveland' MIsitoniry of Ivory linen with organdy Inserts Mrs. Earned Mrs. Hal
holding burning white thirty guests enjoyed this occasion la IDC I. Dr. Cleveland, were saed. Fletcher, Mrs.'abf'l.Jr Watson,
tapers. The focal arrangement 1 with the 'It'lth.n.Cherokee former faculty member atnorida Ivory and blue china and silver Mrs frank Morgan Jr. and
ef the room war a silver' candelabra State University, received and Ivory place cards completed Mr*. George Bate Daffodlli
holding white snapdragons her medical training atTuUne the table decor. A pair and fruit were In the den.
white University In hew Or of three branched silver candelabra The hostesses
pont poms ea. Circle gave the hort.
rn.IUu and burning taper OB leans and Christina MedicalHocpital decorated with white ore who wore s beautiful jade
each aide of the door enteringthe In MeetingThe 4'i\\ In Tenon India. She camellia highlighted ins buffet green afternoon crepe dre-t.
ball room mere hanging baskets .t presently on furlough from I linen a* s memento of this nice
of greenery Beneath each her work aa pediatrician and A mixed spring arrangement' tarty
was a valentine cherub held by a regular monthly meeting naestnetlft .la Ellen Thoburn with daffodils, spires and lor- A hundred and fifty guest
Jan red bow. of the Cherokee. Garden Cowen Memorial Hospital Kolr alibis was featured on tics piano. called during the appointed
The ball room mantle held a Circle was held on Tuesday e h v, s'i Mysore State India In addition In the living room. time.
large arrangement of Professor night at the Dome of Mrs Ben' to her duties at the bos- Oa the coffee table there wan
Sarfcnts and I tall candelabra vingood.L pita in Kolar. abe la aeeretary an antique compote of camellia Bridge Club Meets
white Plans for the of the All India Methodist Medical in shades of pink.
holding taper The mantle therapy party
was banked with evergreens at the hospital in Chartahoo- Scholarship Committee. Flowering shrubs and greenery With Mrs. Massey
and red camellias. Red hearts chee- were made and other busness Before coming to the Diftrid In a tall antique compotwere e
centered with floral arrangements was attended to. ,A a WSCS meeting In Madison, aha used In the Florida Room Mrs. J. Lloyd Massey was
( has spoken at many churches The hostess greeted the guest* lostess to her bridge club: yea-
were rang at vantage Mr* Roma Horton and Mrs M J sy
la "
erday afternoon
well s spring dress of red Italian at her home.
and throughout Florida as ato
points evergreens forming A. D. Lester brought varieties
many the Southeastern JnrlsdicUonal silk. The bride elect wore Season flowers and greenery
of camellias and shrub- Conference for Wealeyas satum green silk, sleeve* were In the living and dining
here and a mad intr*>*ilnf DTA .
-- sheata with, matching accessories. rooms.Winner
Service Guild and Woman's feolety -
gram tIIft,.
war given on of high _
--'ILiIJIiII of Christian Service UKnoxvllle score u
<|ffote fosjfs U r* le I After the meeting was ad- ORDER OP EASTERN STAR. Tenn. (Feb. "121. The hostess presented the awarded s personal article
'I'- Yirop rite JiM lourned, the hostess served re- 10. New Washington Chapter 43, installed 1964 officers Febru and the Soulhcenlral Jurlsdlc-; ,honoree silver la her chosen pattern Snacks and coffee were served .
rethment sad I delightful to ary officers and Installing officers are front row. left to right Mrs. Lucille tional Conference la kbits: a* a memento of this occation. :. during the game a* I* the
clot hour was enjoyed. tuih. Marshal; Mrs Mary Bos*. Martha: Mien Suci McKecwn Chaplain; MIL K.IIII" (Feb. 18-19) custom of this club.
F XMie Cobura, Auo ate Matron MIL Among the 14 guest w ere
: Ruby Bradley. Worthy Matron; Frank De- Following the meeting 11I1
Bord. Worthy Patron; Ralph Bush. Associate Patron; Mrs Laura Kelly Warden; Mrs. )Madison Dr. Cleveland will go couple the mother Mrs. J.of M.the Griffin engaged d ,Canasta Club Meets

II' Honors Planned lane foeter. Secretary; Miss Pearl Nicholson. Organist and Mrs. Margaret Cook. to each of the other ten District Urs. Sidney Johnson. Mrs..a W With Mrs. Smith

ey. Adah. Second row. !left to right- Clarence Foster. Sentinel Installing Matron meetings In Florida, after L Woodward of Tallahassee
For McPhersons which she will go to the Annual Mr
Mrs Leona Faircloth. Past Grand Matron Installing Organist. Miss Catherine Pea Louisiana State Confer was an out of town guest. eis to DUll her Friday Smith afternoon was ho*.

Mr. and Mr*. W. L. PruneD bod,. Past Matron:; Installing Marshall Mrs. Howl Graham Past Grand Marshal; nee of Woman Society and canasta club Camellias and
nslalllng Chaplain Mrs. Emma Shields. Past Wesleyan Service Guilds to La- Tea other
will entertain at I reception Grand Chaplain; Installing Sea. Friday df'torat1ollll'IM1'ID, out a
Tb.MOTNER'S honoring their oldest daughter, ary, Mrs. Maud Bevis. Past Matron; Installing Patron. Harold Beris.! Past Patron; ayette.. La, with and to the I pedlatrkconference LSU. Valentine motif added a festive

and her kusbasd. Mr. sad Mrs MIL Idama Edwards. Esther and Mrs. Martha Parramore. Associate Conductress Medical Junior and senior For Miss Curry touch.
Mrs. S. H.
Solomon
RING Truman McPharsoa on their Not pictured: are Mrs. Mamie Freeman. Treasurer Mrs. Willie students.Dr. won high
; Roberts
Page Con. score and Mrs. Sam Rouse
IJlh Wedding Anniversary oa ductress and Mrs. Cleveland win leave the Miss Margaret Lawson Curry, low.
: Betty Bradler Rath. Photo Both
Photo Studio received
) by & Flower Shop novelties.
Sunday March I, at their home ___ UnltM Sla'V..A n f_ iride elect of Alexander Johnson
la ML PteaaanC Mr*. Has*! lodi i it;. Aa attractive: party plat was
Tai,. iw. 01 UKfoU accompanied by her .u the Inspiration foreautiful a served at the
conclusion
Pararo, of Tallahassee, another Afternoon CoffeeAt bliss Jean b tea afternoon of the
Church Adds Circle ter Cleveland of given Friday
..WorArrmud Magnolia game
symfro/ue daughter, will be )olnt hostess Scarritt College, who will be from three thirty until
Ftlkrr joined with her parent Blackwelders New Circle Has doing consultation work ID five thirty' by Mr. Johnson's I
eyitfrrea* t-lhrltc The reception .ls to be held Meeting Southeast Asia for the Mlailon aunts, Mrs. R. V. Cantey, Mrs ''
stone ./ the month, from" I to S sad ill relativesand Board. Howard Fletcher, Mrs. J. Fred
tst Joe eerfc tkdd its friends are cordially invited Mrs, B. D. Blsckwelder: enertslned Another new circle bas been The Magnolia Garden Circle Mr*. Lyon B. Crosby ofGreensboro f Smith and Mrs.' Morris Saber. ELECTRICALI
she fumitf, to attend and meet with the I with a coffee yesteray added to the Woman' Missionary met Friday afternoon at four District President The scene of the party was the 'I
family oa this occasion.Luncheon I afternoon at her borne to Society of the Thomas Memorial o'clock: with 10 member la attendance will preside at the meeting. The Cantey borne which was beau I
She'll chins the Holiday Heights Camellias, Baptist Church. : The chairman Ur boat pastor of the Madiaon tifully decorated.
Mother Ring Corner r rose and seasonal flower weret I The newest circle II I group jnier Richardson preiided. A church .is Dr. John O Strad- Guests were greeted by the
becaute she 11 know Given a Interest points la the living established for mothers who devotional oa "Lota* wa* given Icy. and Mrs. E. P. Sander, hostesses and directed to the Anything from wiring
eeuld her and dining rooms. Fruit and bass small children and primaryage by Mrs. Douglas Brook after .Jr.. local president of the receiving toe which was composed house
you give For greenery were la the dew youth During the meeting which Mrs. Henry Fault read WSCS .is in charge of arrangements of the bride elect Miss a to replacing
nothing more indirid- Bride-elect A colorful arrangement teetered time of the circle a nursery Is the minutes of the January and hospitality. Officer Curry her mother Mrs J. ... a !light bulb
sal, more personal the dining table. One one provided and the Sunbeam meeting Mrs. Pelham Sullivan will be Installed by Mr*. David Griffin and Mr*. Sidney John-
more aitnifieant.Special Miss Margaret Lawson Curry. I end wan the slyer service from Group of children meet Mr*.' gave the treasurer'a report and R. Tbunnan of Miami. Conference son. mother of the groom to be
occatioa bride elect was the boooree at 'which coffee. was poured. On Maxwell Glens is the new director announced that aba bad sent President Mrs. T. Aubrey Pink perfection camellias Ike Shepard
or I beautiful en. 'clock luncheon I the other were silver trays of of the Sunbeam work. convalescent sad sympathy Mone of Tallahassee U created la the shape of a
"JUlt because", give yesterday when Mr*. Ned rite- I ndwkll.., cookies and compote The new circle- adopted the cards to several members. chairman of Dominations highlighted a table la the treec i
her the gift of a mil. son entertained for her st her I of nut and manta name': 'The Maxilla franc- Plans for the Therapy party I Participating la the program l Ing room. Aa ._ at iI
lion home. White carnations and Guests Included close friends Horton Circle. Miss Horton Is at Chattaboochee which la an will be Dr. Robert C. Holmes, white mums snapdragons a rat I
The Mothers Riniv .. lilies el the valley were said I Dt the hostess a native Floridian and her home annual event sponsored by the District Superintendent of the grpaophllla was featured *n SHELFERBLJTCHFURNITURE i
with nn d.rrre ta the living and dining room' I* PensacoU. She la presently I ardea Club, were completed' Methodist Church" who will coffee table. CO.
the'Mother'sing lecorattona. serving her tenth year ai I It was announced that the club give tie noon-day message and Aa outstanding arrangement
Daffodil and forsythia were Junior[ Women missionary to Japan. was sponsoring a Golden Age receive the offering. Special war la the entrance. MAln MillRes.
came* stag with Quo- membenhlp will be preventedMrs. The dining table, which ISI.MilWsrehoui
effectively' arranged In the sun The officer of the circle This will begin Thurs wai
UJ Patent S 1M,1U rooss. Busy At ProjectThe are Mrs Larry Byrd new, circle day. March S at 2 ,.IL at the by C. Durward Johnson covered by a handsome whit j Ph. MAin '.'100 I
Look for it. The hosteea gave Mia Gory coalman: Mrs Charles McLea- Garden Center. Dotm James Quincy. Conference vice president. liMn cutwoi cloth was cen.

Priced from US.00. a personal ..11a mementoof Junior Vomana Club Is don enlistment chairman; Mr*. will ncruUoLUn.assist with the games and Older officers who have served i
this occasion. busy with their continuing pro)- Willie Cox community missions la the district vita Mrs.
1U o WooJnwtt.tR The U guests Included act of remodeling the children's chairman:: Mrs. Lycrasecsetaiy..beeaseer Lewis, Brooks' announced that Crosby are, vice president.
here of the wedding party and reading room ipauars at tiltIIbr.ry. and Mrs. the general meeting would be Mrs. t. W. Scarborough, CJaattallclodl. Fine
sot bars el Ue engaged _pie, They net last Bight a t Guy Wade, programKitchen chairman. March 10 with Barry OtUnger ee.ttcodlag- secretary garments
/ Mrs J. M. Ortfftn. Mr*. Sidney which time the husbands put guest' speaker. The public la Mrs Thomas Owens, Chatukoocbee -
QCTNCT. FLORIDA Johnson and the bride elect eelotex on the ceiling and the Shower invited to attend. She also said : Treasurer Mrs W. P. need more than
grandmother, Mrs fevat May, women prepared the walls for that the Spring Flower Show Woodbery Havana; Secretaries

r.--......._.._._._._._._._...._ _..sr... painting. For Miss April II waa being planned and of Unes of Work; Children .. ., T.
----------0 u..u... --...-............-.0-......." They recently had the room Curry asked for cooperation.Mrs. vorfc. Mrs. O. V, McPherson, '. '*
:!wired and will paint It la the Fred Klbilka, program Quincy; Christian Social Relations .. ,
near future so It will be ready )'n. R. R. Kincald. Mrs. Oa- chairman Introduced Mrs Sam Mrs Glenn C. .I...... I L .}. +<+aet' .
MERRILLSBOBBIE for the summer reading sessions car May and Mrs James Wait Mrrkk. who talked oa the Tallahassee; Literature. Mrs W.
for the children. entertained with, a kitchen shower growth of camellia She ,L. Martin. Route 2. Chattaboo-
The enthusiastic will er honor of Miss Margaret. brought many labeled species dill; Missionary Personnel, just ,
group
also make cmrtslna for the f00 Uiwson Curry Tuesday night at mhlch bad been grows' by her I Mrs William B. Smith. "0011-- 1 "

the home of the former. and Mr. Myrkk. cello: Promotion, Mrs. Oyd
BROOKS riin
are hereSo WSCS Meets Here Red camellia were at Interest The chairman announced that 'Dempsey. Live Oak; Spiritual lyJ! a g
points In the living room. Centering Mrs Romulus Brtnkley Mrs. Life, Mrs t V. Fisher Talla-
Monday Afternoon the dining table there Douglass Brook and Mr B. )asses; Student Work. Mr* Victor -
It Must Be Spring I was sa arrangement of pink D. Blarkwelder were oa the B. Johnson, Tau.ba.eaMlae
The Woman Society of perfection camellias Inlie nominating committee. Virginia Maxwell of Perry : i'
CkrksUasi Service met Mond y shape of a wedding bell SM During the social hour chick' la president' of Wesleyaa
SPORTSWEARFOR afternoon Fellowship Hall was repeated at another fond ea salad sandwiches pound cak Service Guild. Supply work
for their buataeea and program point and date nut loaf mace served Mr*. Boy K. Berry. Tallahasaee; r6 ft ri
session.following. with spiced tea. Secretary of Youth wart Mrs n t
MIX AND MATCHING I A bridal game war enjoyed Paul A. Coley. Chattaboodiee KJ
routine business and a prize awarded the winner ;

: Mr. Guy sod A.informative Race gave aa talk interesting I The bride elect waa presenter Bridge LuncheonFor chairman Mrs. D. L.of Hood public, Tallahassee relations.
eaAnaooacement a shower of useful and pretty Other conference officer living
.
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DRESSES IN PASTEL COLORS gifts. Miss CurryMrs. la the Tallahassee District
andWHIPPED was .... 01 Among the 20 gue-Xs were are Secretary .f Youth --.
: the DMrM meeting to be held the mothers of the couple. Mr Mrs T. Jason Lennon, and
.
I CREAMSbllaa.lll.alaeuai.uii.iiiui.anaaiiulaasuunaus..r m Madison f....., 14 at 1 0 J. M. Griffin and Mrs' Sidney Julian Llntoa Munroe and Mr Chairman of Advisory Commitrh -
am Members are urged to attend Johnson and lofts fount Davis entertained with a .. Church and
I...I................................................... this Important s-oeting. II', grandmother of Miss Curry May beautiful bridge luncheon at 1I'or\L Kn. W. L 'J'&i Community_ Mth
......................_.ou..__ the Jefferson House Saturday of Live Oak. Miss-1iDU7' Omalnghaa
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t\< I HOW IS THE 'meat with arum sad snapdrs-arrsnge- la the Tallahassee Dtetrte
TIME FOR I : !'son predominating tenta-ed' r i'I.'C

the table. Place cards sits Golden Age
:wedding bens corresponding' to

,those 'tBtenpened marked the.. the cea-of Club To Form
j I SPRING i jterpiece place
PLANTING I l the IS guests. I
The hottest gave the koa'oree The Quincy Card** Oak Is
I
,', a hosiery case for travel organizing a Coldesj Age club.
=,Miss Tent Robertsott was pre-' There will be a meeting at the
= Isented s persoaal gift. Garde Center Thursday, Marc
5 Enjoy Fresh Fruit From Your Own Home 3PCD7* =! Mother ef the -.-. Mr Sat IMS.Doaa .
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J. M. Crtma sad Mrs Sidney James win assist KIa
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=i,.J.... were ssaosg the guests, twirl McPne-ald. she as .....
:a. was Mr Fount May Sr, the deal W the rtae ead etier werk-
FRUIT TREES Shade Trees bride steels grandmother. en with gases and plans.
I 1 Following hutch, the girls eavJoyed Anyone we Is sixty; and ever
= $1150Special bridge. Mrs Jobs Bls is Nested to atUBd. sot hsataemben
Apple I Trees Peach Trees Rea.. $6.00 :::!torn, Jr. wfce woa high ... ef the G.... Quewbe \ \
__ -i.aa; awarded S doable deck* tt hare reached the GoMea !\ .

== Red and Yellow. J. H Hole. Early Liberia Pussy Willows ::,eatda AIL To s are Invited te attend this

== Delicious Belle of Co.. Golden Jubili. =1' Mrs. Mercer Bishop first meting Marsh >U aWomoni --- .

== 4 to 5 FeetWeeping 51.00 :: Hostess At Bridge 2pa ..am.r.v.. -= "I .< ..ey

Fig Trees Satsuma I I I ..1'I..areIf' Btokoe has Cub Will
wa*
Willows !tes te her Tuesday saeraag Meet Tomorrow Tale flat eeVic W fe.dm, ,....;.*

Brown Turkey duplicate sridge csub. Sae4wtcaes Uese seth a* Serbia They m*taStetal .
' = Kumquat dips, c-wsies and coffee TIle Qustey Weaaaes Ou
stosF..t 51.00 1 i... served. FersoawU rOde win meat Kmeii... Friday BWeaieeJ s..nee *7-

Noyunu leerm awarded Jar p+ra XI at 11 sm .... the pomades deea.af.-u4 ..f> ......,-.. keep fabrir tv4
Plum Trees sus. Beautiful Bushing S! Mrs W. K. MUdMoti sad Mrs Jaam Watts' reaidlag.Mrs. '< reat.e.al
SourPersimmon :,MrL Do-MrUe Brooks were Ames Davis will give N1pe.1IIt. 0. Ss.iIaa Senk, arwaat -Mt. .
Bruce and Damson Boxwood 25c first. ..... Ben DUSKS sod Mrs the drwtinat a4 Mrs Jeff ( ) fabric can, M srrdeaaiae Tea
just
up |: Call M st
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Inson wasted no Urn after filing s Ion. M* fin mind): How'd I/Love Home SceneOf
Bud Dickinson his qualification papers Hospital Report 'hey get there well, they're
Tueiday noon. Admission there and you're here. I,, Tuesday LuncheonMr
I The former Chairman of the i When the ..bo.." he hao .'
Visits Gadsden says K C Love and Mr*.
Council of 100 hl"ld.tJ.r., february 11.17 make himself May In bed,
Peter Miller' entertained wtth
across the street from the Capitol L
r to tell him
are going that
211 at 12 01. moving on to Mrs. Vallle Morns, Matter you have a I luncheon at the home of the
Friday Feb. Crawfordvllle at 12 30 During Timothy Oleaton, Mr*. Lydia you to make yourself get former Tuesday at one o'clock

the rest of the afternoon DickInson L. Hick, Mrs Basle M. Roberta, up'So Camellias and flowering shrub
I stopped at Carrabelle, Apalachicola t >, JII.... Foy Nell Barlneau, Mrs. spring coming to the land were st Interest point
Fred Bud Dickinson
Senator
Port M Joe, Wewa Rom Parramore Mrs. Dora of flowers mockingbirds/ alngng Among the eight guests was
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filed his qualifying papers In! hltchka and Panama City -. Reyes Mr*. Betty Jan Porter, J.pan...* magnolias bloomng Mn Leo Batt of Soansdaie,
Tallahassee Tuesday noon. where bin supporters held a In. Robbl Shephard Julia I: Red%d't: budding and N. Y.
Dickinson then launched bit! rally and where Dickinson madea I Jayner., Master Randall Smith it's time yellow I Jackets
active campaign for Governor! live television appearance that i Mn. Barbara Bletenhols, Pat .t school
with a sweeping 21-county tour >K 1 ----- -.- .
evening. F Thomas, Mr*. Ueland Woodward
through the North Florida Panhandle Wednesday, Dickinson m.de'' Jerry NeSmlth, John B drs. Lee R. MunroeIs PerJo"a

area. stops at Dettin, Ft Walton I Hayes, O O Cox, Bill Livings Hostess at
The West Palm Beach attorn'tv '. Beach Valparaiso and Nlcevllle,! Mrs Mary Sporting, Mrs. Lu- Bridge

: will visit 20 clUes from and wound up the day's hectic title McPherson Mrs. Carolyn Mr, I** R Munroe enter- Mill Barbara Ann Morrow
Tuesday through Saturday En- activity In Pensacola v.llh a ,t >CF Chestnut. William Rnfro* med with a bridge game Saturday and Mlas Mary Middleton, FSU
thuilasUc ralllei and live television terles of rallies and another r I vt' Rambert, Mr. Roxl Ann Hud- afternoon. Hnk and rose. students, have goo to Panama
programs highlighted his live television appearance.On inn and James W. Smith, all colored camellias were In the 'Cilv lo do their Intern teaching
appearances In Panama City Thursday, the former Representative of Quincy liittrs. Ivlnt and dining rooms Polled The former will be at Bay
Tuesday, and Pensacola Wed- and State Senator Patricia May Davis, Bristol plants and hyacinths were in High and the latter at Rutherford
ready A rally Is scheduled for from Palm Beach County travel r ; Mr. Loren McPherson Mt the TV room. High

Thursdy In Marlanns and a to Milton, Crestvlew, De Funlak Pleasant; Kador Lee, Cairo Mr. Pat Munroe who wonhigh Mr and Mrs. Bob Skinner
reception and live television Springs, Bonlfay and Chlpley, ltrs. Annie Bell Draughon. ae'est'* received a personal have returned to Quincy to
InroTallahassee.scheduled Friday finishing the day with a rousing Tallahassee; John Wlnwood rtlrle l live after having spent -r-
rally In Marlanna. r t.- Spokane, Waah. Augustus Von- al months In Fvnsacola.
In announcing his plans, Dickinson Friday's schedule takes DickInson lee Benton, Hosford; Mrs. Agnes At conclusion of three prooremions Mrs Leroy Bledso has returned
said "While West to Blountatown, Bristol, FHA MOTHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET Lynda Futch president of the Quincy I Chapman Panama City; the hostess sened to her horn In CullmaD.I ,
Pain Beach Is my home I Chattahoorhee, Quincy it 1131a : FHA It shown cr. /ning Allen Sircy "Dr.amboat of FHA at the annual banquet Mrs. Route Tomlln Grrtna chicken salad, Huffed celery, Ala after visiting her parenu

have a great many friends and m. to 1 p.m. and Havana 2.30 last Friday evening. Also shown art North May (left), Temple Rude, Kay Baaaett. M.... Sarah Merrill, Dalay Potter p hot lckled biscuits peaches, deviled egg, I Mr and Mr* J. W, Woodward.
active supporters throughoutthe p.m,, returning to Tallahasseein Mary Ellen Fletcher and Pam Coggins. Seated at the table are Mia Nadin. Mrs. Mamie J. Harbin and and coffee atrawberty ihnrtak : Mri II: C. 8chnflld and
North Florida area. This the evening for a receptionand Mr.. Mary Watson all of Chat- ,daiiKhter Unda were In Perry
trip la designed so that I can another live television pro- Hackler deft and Mr*. A. 2. Futch. Photo by Martin'i Studio tahoochee; Mrs. Beatrice While Placing with this regular Sal. SaluirUy where Linda partk-l

meet and greet each of them grsm and Mr*. Minnie E. Ray, GreeneKMXI I urday afterniMin group on this. I paled In the State Mualo FeiU.
personally and tell them face- Dickinson winds up the cur- chairman presented the program ; Mrs. 1-avern Spooner occasion wit Mrs Lanier RUhirdion vat' Shi received superior rat.
to-face about my plans for Flor- rent tour on Saturday after "You Are What You Eat .' I Episcopal Brides Elect Bainbridge; Mrs. F.tll M. Dal- ing in hymn playing. This f...
ida's growth and Its tremendous stopovers at Montlcello Msdl She showed charts Indicatingwhat tan Havana and Mrs Earnmllne thai was iponaored by UM D..
potential" ion, Perry, Mayo Live Oak Share Honors Cable, Sneada.BIHTIIS Mrs Marcus Sheller partment tiC Mtirie of the Floss
to eat to be healthy Church
Dickinson who has probably and Like City.Providence. Notesfrom : Mr. ind Mrs Len- Hostess At Ida Baptist Cnnferenc.
covered more territory In Florida It was announced that the Mini Tee Munroe and Ml. I I. Davis, girt Feb. 12; Rev and Bridge Susan Mlddloton, student at

than any other candidate I HD Marsh meeting will be a tasteluncheon SL Paul' Margaret l.aw non Oirrv, brides Mrs. Wayne lUrks, gist, Feb 12. I Mrs Marcus Shelter was Gulf Coast College, Panama
at the home of Mrs
Is making his swing aboard a I'lrrl. irmred honor at a special bus the "Dickinson Deck Fletcher Earh member For so many of us today there Infuimal party Thursday l'ort.r, girl, lob. (4 and Mr. afternoon Camelllaa- .Among the women attending
Sunshine State Expreis." The ;Club In Meeting I I. to bring a covered dish and are so many things that annoy afternoon when Dh's. P IIlifdon and Mrs Win. llenry Chestnut, 'and other ......nal flowers were till District Conference In Orel
bus will serve as headquarters the recipe These will be used or unsettle ua that 1 finally derided and her daughter In girl" Feb. IT. at Interest polnla. na at I'reibylerlan Church: to
for the Dickinson "team" and Members of th. Providence In making a cookbook t had to lake a look at law Mrs. Cat iliad,,", Jr. en- Mrs Fred Rowan who !day are Mrs. K. II. M. Dvld
hit supporters throughout the 'Home Demonstration Club met Mr, Holoman called the rolland some of my blemlngs to see how rtalned for them at the homeof TATTLE"TALES ilgh score, was awarded a doubl won son, Mrs. Ii:. C Love, Mrs La.nler .
campaign. February 12 at the home of read the minute* of the last they slacked up against my the former dcrl. of cardsValentine Richardson, Mrs. It:. C.
Regarded by many as the Mrs Allis Goodwin. meeting after which Mrs. frustrations.. I was pleased with Pink cimrlllas and flowering) -- -- I Mahaffey, Mrs. Sam Myrlck.
hardest working of the campaigners -I The devotional "What II don Fletcher gave the treasur what I saw First I think the quince highlighted the living By Mrs. Fuls T. Bowmssj Mrs L, l>. McMillan, Mrs. W,
_for Governor, Diet Gained Without God" wa er's report stating the club had community was fortunate to room decorathmi. The dining Dance Is II .'ort. Mrs K.: D, Davis, Dire
presented by !Mrs. Deck Fletcher $100 In the saving account. have turn in able and forthright table| whch w.as covered by a Better try lo live right. Gars Event Of Friday Morrla hither Mr*. Cecil IVIce,
after which the president, The hostess served chicken presentation of the Junior lace cloth was centered by an et Laird, last week you were tilts Alvah Bryant Mrs. Don
Mason Music ]Mrs. Alfred Suber called for ,salad, crackers, nuts cake and College matter to such a arrangement of pink and roue accused of "stealing" the lunch Member of u,. Sawano Club May and others.Mrs. .
reports from chairmen. coffee. Since the occasion w.Mrs .' rage audience on Monday Sen' colored camellias Two pink money by one who doesn't know entertained with a Valentine Fred. Ktbllka au.sd.t
COMPANY Mrs. Bob Holoman clothing .Goodwin's birthday Mrs alor Mellon Is a fine spokesmanfor satin hearts Ui|>|x>d this. Coffee Iha word "receiving" Now I Jance Friday night. Oulalamlng the Soout Council meeting lit
14 L chairman announced that a I Tom Fletcher presented her the whole program of higher waa poured during the appointed hear you received valenlln* decorations carrying out ,Tallahaaw at the Girl Seoul
Washington Street charm school will be held al with a birthday cake. education In Florida, and I hours by Mrs A T. Anderson addressed to "Mlu lard" fromone he valentine theme added a office. Thursday.
PIANOS. ORGANS the Canning Center, February I There were 13 members ind am sun his candid sppralsal Mrs Pst million's mother of our Innocent first grad featlv touch. 1-
29 at 2 p.m. She also lave a one new member present at of the situation did much 10 reverse ) and M.... Fount May, Jr. e n Harry Shepard'i
Band Instrumentsand report any negative that Speaking of valentines, we I
on a clothing meeting this meeting. thinking The hoitess the honoreea played Floor
she had attended.It might have been selling; in. You gave received one, in original verse, -- Ol't'hr.tr.1 Covering
jewelry
canes as mementos ol
Accessories wa decided that ..00 from will appreciate that I am skipping his occasion Ih.tlll.d. m* walk Into another Bridge Club
the club would be sent to the Quincy Jaycees At ; around as I go on, but I room to hid* th* tears: isieludlnfl rersnlo
the
Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 i county council treasurer for must offer my thanks to the Among metis were themothers "Desr Mom and Dad With Mrs. Suber
I us* In helping redecorate the Panama City Meeting Centenary Methodist Churchfor of the brides elect Mrs. May this Valentine.. Day bring lalsM UMleum. nshbe a
Open Man. Tars. Wed. FrL. Mark Munroe Jr. and Mrs. J. M Mrs Joseph Suber Jr. w..
Clover Room at the Canning bringing Or William Cannon you much cheer vinyl seraCounter
4 to I p.m. All Day 1I.t.I''Center. Quincy Jaycees who attended back to Quincy He li one Griffin and Mr.. tare R Mun And mayt last through the hoat... to her Thursday afternoon

i i Mrs. Gordon Fletcher health the meeting In Panama City of the few scholar I know who roe, grandmother. rent of the >ear. bridge club .t her horn.' Top
during the weekend were R. L.Maaaey has a sensible balance of simple -- I'll do all 1 can to make /II A Valentin them was used I In '
Don Brown David the decorations and I
refresh
piety Intellectual superiority, bright
Bums, Bill Rogers ind Wright Pine HD Club ments. Work
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED and warm accessibility Then And make your wishes com
Croaby. They were joined b r our Junior Choir her at St. Into sight. Mrs Charles Owens was high
CARS their wives Saturday morning Paul's gets .pat on the bnk Has MeetingThe To you two, I awe the greatest aror' winner and Mrs. W. C '
Many activities were enjoyed for their fine a capella aMlnl debt Jacobs low. Both received All f"..*
USED PARTS for all makes by them. At noon Saturday at last Sund.,'* choral even For what ill you've given me, handmade aprona.
of Cars and Trucks there wa a luncheon and fashion song. It la not every choir that Tin Home DemnniilraIon III not target At roncluilon of three pro- i Expert Installation
Club met at 7 43 Thursday
show and that afternoonthey gresilona in attractive
wanta to tackle a eapella chant You hav sacrificed much thatI party
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE were entertained by folk l work and they did a tine Job evening, February, at may have more. plsl waa served. During th*
BUY singers Saturday night a banquet with It. They have been bonked I lie home of Mrs. Fred Hodges And you doing this I'd ,;am* Iced drink. wei.* passed \
JUNIED: CARS Mrs O. V, McPhenon
and dance were on the for a aucceaalun of president like lo --- ---
performance c' think for. \ SHEfJER.EUTCHaiorM
1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7.7115 agenda. The group return e*. The young people of the pi enliled. Looking deeper you I see Edith Jack Illgdon Pete Baur an dl
to Quincy Sunday Church: com In for honorable Mrs. McPherson led the club !Slreelman'i Influence living on Sam 1toA- nuts III, student at I .L..h J.wt.I \
In
the
mention for doing such repealing Twenty-Third In Little 'v, Oxford Oa ,
a competent our son.1Quoting QUItt'I RgsaOA
Psalm and the Lords Prayer.Mrs. .
work with the Shrove Julie ".t.s. "Mama spent ptkend with the IrSPECIAL ,
Mcl'hemon
welcomed two
Tuesday Pancake and Sausage new members Into the club and Daddy went to Tallahassee parenl_ i -,
Supper; It was the best to "
managed Mra. Arthur Ptnson and Mrs get aom (crabbery Which
best attended best tasting C. It Burke, and on. visitor .remlndi m., Julie, of the tlm
on. yet. Accolades, Urn, to our Mr.. Uirlle Hovseplan. Mr B. and I w.... In the "Oyl
congregation which turned out Th. roll was called with (hit. D.s*rt" for the first floe. SHOWINOr
In record numbers for the keepIng
Hav been enjoying
teen members They our
present e
of Ash Wednesday Thla were a total of sixteen present neighbor gueata 1>1'. Gay and
show that the revival spirit ut wife who I. RiMhinna's Cham e
,
with the two new members ,
Lent la beginning to be understood bent slater. Th.
doctor
and the on.'lllIor.. I* a -
and appreciated Our, Mrs. Ed Smith ('Iothlnl Georgia boy practiced In Jackaonvllle -
Sunday attendance reflect the
retired twelve
Chairman mad the followln years
'\; ....' same truth Plaudits to our announcements: I. A charm ago lo Vermont He says he 5
Acolytes -tralning, and to study will be held February :29 "natives" really fit the follow
Clayton llanney, who la help from 1 S P nt at the Cloverlea ing atnry: It seems that tour
ing m* on Saturday
morning
Room In Ih. late following a road that
Canning Center, w.
TIME FOR SPRING PLANTING of with them.: They and show all kind I 2. A laundry rllnle will be> Just playing out, Hopped to ask
promla, It will not belong an old Vermonter If
held March IS at 10.30 s .1 the road
before they are actively! the Suber and Johnson showroom really went over the moun-
Involved In aervlco at and tain. lie answered "Y,p." Ho >roof RCA High fl.tfallty ..
round the altar. W* cant paaa 3. The County Cook Book they went on till the road Just Color Tub bring
Field Seed I, this opportunity/ to aay thanks Buffet will) be held on May I became and yg e pfctur* M sharp, .*
to the abft
men and women InvolvedIn turn
Mrs McPherson asked members to back even true, yen have lo **' II I* t tat
our scouting program for to help the Health Delarlment around They again ease the believe It. (uperpewerfulNiw i r
ALL VARIETIES CORN LINDSEY 77 SORGHUM boys, especially Ronald Jester
by contributing ok aame old fellow "llhouhl'' Villa VHF Tuner.
CHUFAS COTTON VELVET BEANS dedication and Robert t. Munro for their' 'lorida Times Union papers am you laid' thla road goes 14.000-velt factory . with Boy Scouts and 0\1"1
the mountains." .'..
"a.
sheets "Yep 'lulled) Depend*
WONDER 191 BEANS Cub Scout tbts
MILLET KENTUCKY reipertlvely. And
"Well do itilnt ear healed C11I11'1.
''a The club voted to have their you this abis Ipea Ale
PEANUTS COW PEAS completely apanklngor forgot me about because th I cookbook taile buffet at their. would make itf "Nope." I Twin Due-Cane

World Day of Prayer to which* regular monthly meeting In Had to "bile my tongue" Mk're'llvrrliN.
I Manh. The last Sunday Judy Garland aownd.
the President of oilr Churchwomen meeting will beheld earn (old 'Throat"
had Invited at the home of Mrs. Van on: lion: li ah* supposed lo

Garden Seed face Is still red! me I ,imagine and my, Godwin with Mrs 0. C Larsen be talented or that goodlooking'1' .
cohostess.Mrs. .
however that I
was not the
only one missing so there henry Grady, Program Me: Well. .h.', there andyou're

ALL VARIETIES BEANS AND PEAS CANTALOUPES be some mitigation In this. And may Chairman, presented a programon here. I 1.wwoarMtA ,.
This.
a.s. se +t1Uw
If this Isn't "You Are What You Eat." Hunday the B.abs ram I
CARROTS SWEET CORN CUCUMBERS LETTUCE enough to be thankful __ w a. aa.
for then I rejoice with Wu It Included how our bod,
OKRA PEPPER PUMPKIN RADISHES RAPE tins Mleawfcer la that :changes and toe* the food ....

RHUTABAGA SQUASH WATERMELON. snout something Is n4tlleto'turn up 'rat and uollaatiou by dlgisUon She, absorption gave out,I liT'S A FACT i e) tHe MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION

GREEN SEEDS dlagramt showing then body

Mr. and Mrs R. V. Cant y procesae and several recipe
NM Iwty Hat .a 1.11 a Ills
and Mr. and Mrs. Union Mun booklet Mrs. J. K. Laall assisted
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roe will spend a week In Miami with the program.A .
QUINCY FEED MILLS INC. I Mrs. C. J;. Batter and son aoHal hour followed whlihwas
Gregg of TaUaba.e* spent enjoyed by all The ho*. TABLE TV VALUE
Tuesday night and Wedneiday less served delirious! straw berry
with her pie and colt...
grandmother, Mrs. J
QUINCY DIAL MAIn 7-6267 FLORIDA \''A. McCormae and Mr*. Everett -
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I Munroe. Birthday Party For
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Clayton McLendonMr.

.. Winston McLendoa entertained \ maple; w

) with a birthday party Ws.

I In honor of her son Clayton, RCA YICTORTh
I seven year of age and Tommy,
who Is five Thursday aft a- A7 0th.r
noon. The group of 21 cblldrei !s RUtQil AOSMRIMIy Got'fl'9 Telex lkQ I IJil.ck
played various outdoor game* '
NIIkrT N IThj ffiW altd
alter which they were served lteOT
refreshments. The attractively filly gNE'S hid MAtIGy AA!

/. decorated rake centered the CAllf 0 UN t1L'UtZA QpfOr.r

table Cup case*, Valentino candy a iRfpOCr AN IMi111arcc
and punch were served ccl Mtlay ) eel I
Colorful balloons were given
s for favors adding a festive
!t touch te the erratum.
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Bridge Club Meets u.-
ol our buslnM a--r....
TalbFr With Mrs. Smith b f11llnQpresalptJoDJ.

; Mrs. Frank SntHk was hoe- RCA VICTOR .1.,1(1} It'il(2 TV

let to her T.....' afternoon
bridge club. Camellias sod

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Buffet Supper At,, filled t trees the tied background with red camellias Luncheon For tered by s five branched silver
District WSCS candelabra holding white taper
Sawano Club The buffet tables were covered and nosegay of pom poma and
by red linen cloths and WOMEN'S PAGE Miss Curry sprigs of snapdragons. Cupid
centered by an eprgne arrangement Meeting Set were poised among the flower
Mr. and Mrs. E. It Fletcher of Imura Camellias and From ins silver service on 01,
Mrs. Tom L. Maxwell enter p
and Mr. and Mrs Mix Fletcher whit snap dragons Shadow end of the table coffee
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entertained with buffet candle and small white The Annual District meeting tamed with a beautiful one
a
supper chins Person poured by Mrs John Hlgdoi,
last love birds having hems oi social nature are urged to call District Woman s clock luncheon Tuesday In .
Thuridiy night it the followed a line of of Tallahassee Jr., Mrs. Howard Suber, Mr.
fiiwino Country Club The whit gypaophllia The desert Mn May a Richardson at MAiD 7-8503 Society of Christian Service honor of Miss Margaret Lawson, Cantey Iligdon and Idles Uirv
Club win beautifully decorated! table featured heart shaped will be held In the First Stein Curry, whose marriage to Alexander Mlddleton during the .
appointed
using "Camellia Time" against cakes surrounded by csirelllas edict Church, Madison, on Feb- Johnson will b* an eventof hours. Silver tray of chicken .
a Valentin motlff Hundredi I The dining tables were all covered rua.7 24, 1064 beginning at 10 attractive dining seen salad sandwiches, ribbon
Gf camellias, most of them from by red linen cloth giving o'clock In the morning Lunch In the home was sandwiches, miniature cakes
the hostesses garden, were used accent to the camellias which will be served at 12:SO and a tered by an antique rutglass teed In bridal design and .
In colorful array were placed on white paper tare nursery will be available for bowl with off white flowers, of mint and nuts compotes
dollies/! Each pie-school children. (snapdragons and mum predominating were
The reception room featured table was candle also on the table.
I massive arrangement of Governor lighted and centered with large Theme for the day will be. ), placed. on a band reflector Floor hostesses were Mrs, BU
mirror Imported
Mouton Cimelllu The I valentines, symbols of wishing 'Witness Through Service," ford William, Mrs. Horace
and
embroidered mall
mantle wn banked with camel [wells, Cinderella carriages and a) and an address will be given by with napkinsof insert Reynolds, Mrs Byron Subei.
Ills and flanked by bran candelabra cherubs One hundred and Dr. Vela H. Cleveland Missionary Ivory linen used organdy Mrs Ernest Mahaffey, Mrs Hal
holding burning while thirty guests enjoyed this occa to India. Dr. Cleveland were Fletcher, Mrs A. W Walton
tapen The focal arrangementef slon with the Fletchers former faculty member at Ivory and blue china and til- Jr, Mrs Frank Morgan, Jr. and
the room was a silver ca IF r Florida State University, received vet and Ivory place cards completed Mrs George Bates Daffodils
delabra holding whit r her medical training at the table decor A pair and fruit were In the den
nCherokee
dragons, porn porn, whit c CircleIn Tulane University In Mew Orleans of three branched silver can-1 The hostesses gave the hon.
mellias and burning tapers On and Christian Medical delabra decorated with white ore who wore a beautiful lade
each side of the door enteringthe Hospital In Veilore, India. She camellias/ highlighted the buf green afternoon crepe drew,
ball room were hanging bat- Meeting Is presently on furlough from fet.A linen as a memento of this nice
kits of greenery Beneath each her work a* pediatrician and mixed spring arrangementwith party
The 4j anaesthetist Is Ellen Thoburn daffodils, spires and for
was i valentine cherub held by regular monthly meeting A hundred and fifty guests
large red bow. of the Cherokee Gardena Cowen Memor1ell1o.pllIl. Kol- sythla, was featured on the piano called during the appointed
The ball room mantle held t Circle was held on Tuesday ar, Mysore State, India. In addition In the living room. time
large arrangement of Professor night at the home of Mrs Ben to her duties at the hospital 1 On the coffee table there was
SargenU and t tall candelabra Lovlngood, : In Kolar ah* 1* secretary .sn antique compote of camellias Bridge Club Meets
of the AU in shades of
India Methodist Med pink.
Plans for the
holding whit tapers. The therapy
mantie party
was banked with evergreens .it the hospital In Chattahoo- teal Scholarship Committee i Flowering shrubs and greenery With Mrs. Massey
hee> mad and Before coming to the District In a tall antique compote
and red camellias Red hearts were other bus.nets
centered with floral arrangements was attended to. o WSCS meeting! In Madison, she I were used In the Florida Room. Mrs J. Lloyd Massey waii
hostess to her
The hostess greeted the guests bridge club \ .
'e.
has at churches
were hung at vantagepoints Mrs Rom. Horton and 5 spoken many
Mrs. S
In a spring dress of red Italian terdsy afternoon at her home.
Florida welt
throughout u as
and evergreens forming A. D. Lester brought .
many varletles Season flower
to the Southeastern Jurlsdletlonsl silk. Th bride elect wore and greenery
of camellias and shrubbery Conference for Wesleysn iturn green silk sleevels were In the living and dining
and a most Interesting program heath with, matching accessories room
Service Guild and Woman Society -
was given on these. -- ......- ........- of Christian Service in Winner of high score was
,7otf could them In e After the meeting was adlourned ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Knorvllle, Tenn. (Feb ) The hostess presented the awarded a personal article
sawn appropriate gift? b the hostess served refreshments 10. Washington Chapter 43 Installed 1964 officer Febru and the Southcentral ; honoree silver in her chosen pattern Snacks and coffee were served .
New
and a delightful social ary officer and Installing officer are front row left to right. Mrs Lucille Uonsl Conference In as s memento of this occasion during the game a* 1 It the
hour was enjoyed Bush Marshal!; Mrs Mary Bass, Martha, Mina Susie McKeown Chaplain; Mr. I Kansas, IF..b.. 1810)). 1-12)1 custom of this club

Louie Cobum Associate Matron; Mrs. Ruby Bradley, Worthy Matron; Frank De. Following the Among the 14 guests were
meeting
..
the
Bord Worthy Patron: Ralph Bath, Associate Patron; Mrs. Laura Kelly, Warden; Mis. niaaison, ur. ueveiana win go couple mother, Mr*. J.of M the Griffin emitted:-and Canasta Club Meets
Honors PlannedFor Marie Foster, Secretary; Miss Pearl Nicholson Organist and Mrs. Margaret Cook. to each of the other ten District Mrs Sidney Johnson Mr*. W With Mrs. Smith

III" eel Adah. Second row, left to right- Clarence Foster Sentinel; Installing Matron, meetings In Florida, after E. Woodward of Tallahasseewi
which she will to the Annual
McPhersons go Mrs
DISSI Smith .
Mrs. Leona Fodrclolh Past Grand Matron; Installing Organist Miss Catherine Pea. Louisiana State Conference an out of town guest less to her Friday afternoon was ho*

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Presnell body Past Matron; Emma Mrs. Hazel Graham, Past Grand Marshal; of Woman Society and canasta club Cam Ulu and
will entertain at reception Installing Chaplain Mrs. Shields Past Grand Chaplain Installing Sea.. Wesleyan Service Guild in Lafayette Friday Tea |other decorations carrying out a
their tary Mrs Maude Bevis, Past Matron Installing Patron Harold La., and to I pediatric Valentine motif added festive
Th honoring oldest daughter, ; Bevis Past Patron; conference with the L.S.V.
and her husband, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Iduma Edwards, Esther; and Mr. Martha Parramore, Associate Conductress. Medical School Junior and senior For Miss Curry touch.Mrs. S. H. Solomon
Truman McPherson on their Not pictured are Mrs. Mamie Freeman Treasurer student won high
MOTHCRSR1N& Mrs. Willie
Roberts
; Page Conductress core and Mn Sam Rouse
29th low
Wedding Anniversary on ; and Mrs Betty Ruth. Photo Dr. Cleveland will leave the Miss Margaret Lawson Curry, Both
\ Bradley by Photo Studio & Flower Shop received noveltiesAn .
Sunday, March 1, at their home United States on March 23 for bride elect of Alexander Johnson attractive
Twin bomb In Ht Pleasant Mrs, Haul India accompanied by her sister was the Inspiration for a party plat was
o14K served at
Pinro, of Tallahasae, another Afternoon CoffeelChurch Adds Circle Miss Jean Cleveland, of beautiful tea given Friday afternoon 1 theonelu.loa" of the
Magnolia
fold ivmbofiM other
daughter will be joint hostess
ScarrlU College, who will be: from three thirty until
end fethrr joined with her parents. At Blackwelders New Circle Has doing consultation work in five thirty by Mr. Johnson* I
/ Vy luttroui synthetic The reception Is to be held MeetingThe Southeast Asia for the Mission aunts, Mrs R. V. Cantey, Mrs game.ELECTRICAL
atone eIn* month/, from I to 8 and all relativesand Board. Howard Fletcher, Mrs J. Fred
tat far rack child ill friends art cordially invited Mrs. B. D. Blackwelder en, Another new! circle has been Magnolia Garden Circlemet Mrs Lyon B. Crosby ofGreensboro Smith and Mrs Morris Suber. II
the to attend and meet with the tertilned with coffee yesterday added to the Woman Missionary Friday afternoon at four District I President' The scene of the party was the I
.JaUy.Sh.'JI family on this occasionLuncheon afternoon at her home In Society of the Thomas Memorial clock with 10 members In attendance will\ preside at the meeting The Cantey home which was beau SERVICE
cherish the h Holiday Heights. Camellias, BaptU Church. : Th chairman, Mrs host pastor of the Msdlsonchurch Ufully decorated.
Mothers Ring forever roses and seasonal, flowers were The newest circle Is a group Lanier Richardson, presided A I* Dr. John G Strad Guests were greeted by the
because shell know Given st Interest points In the living established for mothers who devotional on Love' was given ley and Mrs. E. P. Sanders, hostesses and directed to the Anything from wiring -
could her and dining rooms Fruit ..ndr.en.ry have small children and primaryage by Mrs Douglass Brooks after Jr., local president of Ih.WSCS. e receiving line which was composed house
you gin* For were In the den youth During the meeting which Mrs Henry Fsullc read 1* in charge of arrangemalts of the bride elect, Miss a to replacing
nothing more individual Bride-elect A colorful arrangement centered time of the circle nursery Is the minutes of the January and hospitality Officers Curry her mother, M.... J. M a light bulb
more personal, the dining table One one provided and the Sunbeam meeting Mrs Pelham Sullivan will\ b* Installed by Mr*. David Griffin and Mrs Sidney John
more significant.Special Mlat Margaret Lawson Curry, end was the slyer service from Group of children meet. Mrs. gave the treasurer report and R. Thurman of Miami, Confer son, mother of the groom to be
occasion bride elect was the honoree at which coffee was poured. On Maxwell Glenn la the new director announced that she had sent once President Mrs T. Au bPink perfection camellias m Ike Shepard
or t beautiful on. clock luncheon the other, were silver tray of of the Sunbeam work. convalescent and sympathy rey Morse of Tallahassee is created In the shape of a tree
"just because", give yesterday when Mrs. Ned Hln- sandwiches, cookies and compotes The new circle adopted the cards to several members chairman of nominations I highlighted a table In the livIng -
tier the gift of a mil. son entertained for her at her of nuts and mints nameThe Marilyn Frances Plans for the Therapy party Participating In the programwill room. An arrangement of at
lion bom. Whit carnations and Guests Included close friend. .Horton Circle Miss Horton Is .t Chattahooche which Is an b* Dr. Robert C. white mums, snapdragon and
The Mothers Ring. lilies of the valley were used of the hostessJunior a native Floridian and her home annual event sponsored by the District Superintendent HOlmes'j gypsophllla wa featured on the SHELFER.JlUTCHFURNITURE
rnnf In the living and dining room Is Pensacola She Is presently Garden Club, were completed Methodist Church, coffee table
Jlffriy11 CO.
1''ft decorationsDaffodils. serving her tenth year as s It was announced that the club give the noon-day message and An outstanding arrangementwas
Opt"til* 'Mother'sRin"carrl Women receive the offering Special in the MAla T (S4SRes
and forsythia were missionary to Japan was sponsoring Golden Age entrance -
*. a tag with effectively arranged In the sun The officers of the new circle Club This will begin Thursday. memberships will be presentedby I The dining table, which was ISt.5432
VS. Patent 4186,181 room. Busy At ProjectThe areMr: *. Larry Byrd, circle March S at 2 p.m, at the Mrs C. Durward Johnson covered by a handsome whit I Wsreheui Ph. MAIn T.'100

Look for It. The hostess gave Miss Curry chairman, Mrs Charles McLen Garden Center Donn Jimes Quincy. Conference vie president. linen. .cutwork cloth eon cen

Priced from $2S.00. a persons gift as a mementoof Junior Womans Club Is don, enlistment chairmanMn will recreation.assist with the games and Other officers who have served .
this occasion. busy with their continuing pro]. Willie Cox, community missions In the district with Mn
W DL Wood The 16 guests Included members act of remodeling children s cretasy4reasursr: Lewis' Mrs. Brooks announced that Crosby are, vie president,
of the wedding party and reading room upstairs. at the ae and Mr. the general meeting would b* Mrs. E. W. Scarborough Chat Fine
nwILlt mothers of the engaged eouple, library They met last night at Guy Wade, program chairman. Starch 10 with Barry Ottlnger taboocherccordlng secretary: garments
i Mr.. J. M Griffin, Mrs Sidney which time the husbands put guest speaker. The public is Mrs Thomas Owens, Cbsttahooche e. -
QUINCY, I'LORIDA Johnson and the bride elects < grandmother, Mrs. Fount May,, women prepared the wall for that the Spring Flower Show,1 Woodbery Havana; Secretariesof
Sr. painting April 18 was being planned and Lilies of Work .
f.._:..i...........:_...........'''.'.'.'.'UHHuuuunnnoo. ................_..... They recently had the room j: For Miss Curry asked for cooperation. 1 work, Mrs O. V. ;McPherson Children, ,' #-' '" ', "-

wired and will paint It In the Mrs Fred Klbllka program, Quincy; Christian Social Rela : tIj
new future to It will be ready Mrs R. R. Klncald Mrs Oscar chairman, Introduced Mrs Sam lions, Mrs. Glenn C. James, I r1I1! .... ._ .
MERRILLSBOBBIE for the summer reading sessions May and Mrs James Watts Myrlck, who talked on the! Tallahassee: Literature!, Mrs W
for the children. entertained with t kitchen show growth of camellias. She: L. Martin, Route 2, Chattahoo- \
Z Th enthusiast! will er In honor of Miss Margaret brought many labeled species chee, Missionary Personnel, ,gusty I
group Lawson which had been by her Mrs. William
alto make curtains for the Curry Tuesday night at grown B. Smith Monti-
room. the home of the former and Mr Myrlck. cello, Promotion Mr*. Clyde
BROOKS are hereSo WSCS Meets Here Red camellias\ .... at Interest The chairman announced that Dempsey, Live Oak; SpiritualLife drycleaning i
points in the living room. Centering Mrs Romulus Brlnkley, Mrs. Mrs. K. V. Fisher Tallahassee. -
= Monday Afternoon the dining table there Douglass Brooks and Mrs B. ; Student Work, Mrs. Vic- ,
It Must Be I D. Ulackwelder B. 5
Spring was an arrangement of pink were on the tor Johnaon, Tallahassee '
Th Womans Society of perfection camellias In the nominating committee Mill Virginia Maxwell of Per- ,u..,* t
i Chrtatlin Service met Monday ship of a wedding bell and During the social hour chick ry Is president of Wesleyan
SPORTSWEARI afternoon at Fellowship\ llaU was repeated at another focal en salad sandwiches, pound cake Service Guild Supply work,
I for their bualnea' and program t point.A and date nut loaf were served Mrs. Boy E. Berry, Tallahassee; f.

i FOR MIX AND MATCHING I session 1 bridal game was enjoyed with spiced tea Secretary Paul A. Coley of Youth, Chattahoochee work, Mrs. rl t 5.'
Following routine bualness and :
a prize awarded the winner
.. Mr. Guy A. Race an chairman of public relationsMrs.
: eating and Informally gav The bride elect was presenteda Bridge LuncheonFor D L. Hood, Tsllahasse
Conunuiuam. 1n1..1 shower of useful and prettygift Other conference officer living .;
DRESSES IN PASTEL COLORS *. Miss Curry In the Tallahassee District
Announcement was mad of Among the 20 guest war* are Secretary of Youth work,
andWHIPPED
the District meeting to be held the mothers of the couple, Mrs I !Mrs T. Jams Kcnnon, and
Mn
LInton
CREAMS In Madison February. 24 at 10 J. M. Griffin and M.... Sidney Julian Muslim and Mn Chairman of Advisory Committee
'.IIL Members.* urged to attend Johnson and Mrs. Fount May Davis entertained with a on Church, and Community

.....!..'...'!....!;....'.'-';,'-'.'. '.'. ...!!...... ......!...- this Important meeting Sr., grandmother of Miss Curry the beautiful Jefferson bridge House! luncheon Saturday at Wnrk- Mr. IV I. T-AA*. ....... ,

gJIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIII 1 1 : st one clock In honor of- Miss of Live -t"M: ;*.btij. Cunningham tJ
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIg of f
Margaret Lawson Curry bride Quincy 1* the
elect A low whit. Church and Community workerIn

u I NOW IS THE TIME FOR | f .>..1'00I merit with predominating mum and centered snapdragons arrange the Tallahassee D trtd. "T'' A Abk Ar

the Uble Plan card. with Golden Age :
wedding bells corresponding to

1 those Interspersed In the centerpiece Club To Form
marked the places of
I SPRING PLANTING I the IS guest

S The ho.tll_ gate the h onThe Quincy! Garden Club Is
A9 oree a hosiery case for travel organising a Golden Age club
Mill Tern Robertson was presented There will be a meeting at the
: I personal gift Garden Center Thursday, Marcha !
5 Enjoy Fresh Fruit From Your Own Home i Mothers of the couple Mr. at :2 pm. '
.-. J. M. Griffin and Mrs. Sidney Dona James win assist Hise.tEvelyn r 7A.
Johnson were among the gas McDonald who I* president
as wa* Hrs Fount May Sr, the of the club and other workers -
FRUIT TREES Shade Trees i bride elect a grandmother with games and pUns.
Following lunch, the girl\ enjoyed Anyone who I* sixty and ever
$12.50Special bridge Mr. John Hlg- I* Invited to attend not Just
Reg.
:
Apple I Trees Peach Trees $6 00 don, Jr, who won high score. member of the Garden Club '
"
== _? :: was awarded t double deck ef who ban reached the Golden \
.
... Red and Yellow. J. H. Hal., Early Elberta Pussy Willows I card Age You are hinted to attend this '

t== Delicious B.11i of GaOl Gold.D Jubil.. Mrs. Mercer Bishop tint .meeting Mtrth Jth at -..--_-___. ? ''Jt ;
:: I p.m.Wornans .
= 4 to 5 Feet .. SI 00 Hostess At Bridge .aa ar.a r Ya r .
= .alt
I
SaisumaKumqual I Club Will l
E Fig Trees Mrs. Mercer Bishop was MeI. -|
Tat
Weeping Willows 1 .. to her Tuesday morning Meet Tomorrow the advice ef leading fashion

Brown Turkey duplicate bridge club. Sand. bouses, such as Serbia. They recommend .
5 wlehe. dip, cookie* and coffee The Qulney Woman Club
C 6 to 8 Feet $1.00 | w.r* served Personal article will meet tomorrow Friday professions! Samton dry-
MorumL Nagoml were awarded for pi las*. 21 at 11 a.... with the president deanin|-*nd eii/y Sel\itone-to
Plum Trees Mr James Watt, keep fabric color-
Beautiful Bushing E: Mrs W. K. Mkldletoa and presiding.
Sweet Sour bright soft./ Our Saniton
Mrs Douglas Brooks we n Mrs. Amo Devi will give Service mean nmplete
== Bruce and Boxwood 25c first, Mrs. Ben Duncan and Mrs. the devotional and Mrs. Jeff feeaienal fabric pre-
Damson
not
| care dryrJe
just
PersimmonTone up James Johnson <. guest second Davie will preset the Floe Arta nin|. CaD ee M
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and MrsAlbert Kolas procraro.Mrs. .
Crepe Myrile I50c snd M.... Fisher Williams, John Cannon b chairman
Pear Trees NashlPecan ,third. of the hostei committee.
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Inson wasted no time after Itl- on M* fin mind>)>: Love Home Scene
Bud Dickinson 'Ing his qualification papers! Hospital Report they get there well, HOW'.j/
> ..' Of Tuesday Luncheon
Tuesday noon. r Admission there and you're her*.
The former Chairman of theCouncil / When the "DOM" he hat
Visits Gadsden of 100 held meeting 11.17 says liftE C. Love and Mrs.
the street m't: February to make himself slay In bed, Peter Miller entertained with
across Capitol
are going to tell him that I'
at 12'01. moving on to Mrs. Vslll More, Master you a luncheon at the home of the
Friday Feb. 21 Crawfordviile at 1230 Duringthe Timothy Gleaton, Mrs. Lydia you have to make yourself get former Tuesday at one o'clock.

I rest of the afternoon, Dickinson L. Hick, Mrs. Baal l M Roberta, up'So Camellias and flowering shrubs
l stopped at Carrabelle, Analachlcota. -1 Mrs. Foy Nell Barlneau Mrs. spring Is coming to the land were st Interest point
Senator Fred Bud Dickinson Port SI Joe Wewa- Rosa Psrramort Mrs. Dora of flowr.-s mockingbirds singing I I Among the eight guest wit
filed hit qualifying papers In hltchka and Panama City Reyes, Mrs. Betty Jan Porter Japanese magnolias bloomIng Mrs Leo Bstt of SoamUl,
Tallahassee Tuesday noon where his supporters held a Mrs. Robbie Shephard Julia Redbud's budding snd N. Y.
Dickinson then launched bit ,rally and where Dickinson mad Paaner Master Randall Smith It's time fo elite yellow Jackets

active campaign for Governor II live television appearance that ,ln. Barbara Bletenhols, Pat at school.Mrs. .
with a sweeping 21-county tour -----
evening. r Thomas, Mrs. Ueland Woodward
through the North Florida Panhandle Wednesday, Dickinson made Jerry NeSmtth, John B. Lee R. Munroe /:

1 _a. stops at Destln, Ft Walton Hayes, O. O. Cox, Bill Livings, Is Hostess at lrrsnita
The West Palm Beach attorn'y Beach, Valparaiso and Ntcevlll, Mrs Mary Sperling, Mrs. Lucille Bridge
.
will visit 29 clues from and wound up the day's hectic McPherson, lit... Carolyn Mrs Lee R. Munroe entertained Mia Barbara Ann Morrow
Tuesday through Saturday En activity In Pensscola with a d) Chestnut, William Ren fro with a bridge Saturday and Mist Mary Mlddltton, FSU
thuilastic rallies and live television series of rallies and another y M 'ti Rambert, Mrs. Roots Ann Hud afternoon. !I'lnk game and rosecolored students, have gone to Panama
program highlighted his live television appearance.On ''I son and James W. Smith all camellias were in the C'llv to do their Intern teaching *
appearances In Panama City Thursday the former Representative of Quincy living and dining rooms Totted The former will b* at Bay
Tuesday and Pensscola Wed- and Slat Senator i tr Mrs. Patricia May Davis, Brls- plant and hyarlnths were In High and the latter at Rutherford -
neidy. A rally li scheduled for from Palm Beach County travels ol: ; Mrs. Lorene McPherson, Mt the TV room. High

Thursdy In Mariinna and areception to Milton, Crestvlew De Funlak cZC Pleasant; Kador Lee, Cairo Mrs Pat Munroe ho Mr and Mrs. Bob Skinner
and 11t.lvlslon Springs, Sunday and Chipley, +. Mrs. Annie Bell Draughnn, won have returned to Quincy to
program arc scheduled Friday finishing the day with a rousing __ ... ....i'H..wr.:: ..1nW .... 1t -. Tallahassee: John Win wood, article high score received a personal l live after having spent sever

In Tallahassee.: rally in Marlanna. .""' .a..Y-\ ,, __ .,.. "1ID Spokane, Wash,. Augustus Von- al months In Fensacola.Mil .
In announcing his plans. Dick Friday's schedule takes Dickinson lee Benton llosford; Mrs. Agnes At conclusion of Hue pro.prondoxrs \ Leroy Bled no* has re*
inson said "While West to Blountatown, Bristol, FHA MOTHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET -- Lynda Futch, president of the Qulncy Chapman Panama City; the hoMesa sensed turned lo her home In Saltines
Pain Beach Is my home, I Chattahonchee, Quincy at 11:30: FHA, Is shown crowning Allen Slrcy "Dreamboat of FHA at the annual banquetlast Mrs. Route Tomlln Groins chicken salad, slotted celcry.rh'kl..d \la. after visiting her parents,

have a great many friends and a.m. to 1 p.m. and Havana 2 30 Friday evening. Also shown are Marthe May (left Tempi Rude, Kay Bataett, ilrs. Sarah Merrill, Daisy Path ot biscuits peaches, deviled egg Mr\ and Mrs. J. W. Woodward.

active supporters throughout p.m., returning to TallahasseeIn Mary Ellen Fletcher and Pam Cogging. Seated at the table are Miss Nadine t..r, Mrs. !Maml J. Harbin and cake and coffee strawberry short- Mr. K C. Schoflcld and
the North Florida area. This the evening for a reception .Irs. Mary Watson, all of Chalahoochee daughter Linda were In Perry
trip Is designed so that I ran and another live television program Hackler (left) and Mrs. A Z. Futch. Photo bL Martin's Studio ; Mrs. Beatrice White flawing with this regular Salurday Saturday when Linda partlcU

meet and greet each of them and Mrs. Minnie K Ray, Greensboro afternoon group on this paled\ In tits Mils Mualo FeiU.
personally and tell them face- Dickinson winds up the current chairman, presented the Brides ; Mrs Laveme Spooner occasion was Mrs Leader likhardson vat She received superior raNng
to-far about my plans for Florida's tour on Saturday after gram You Are What You pro-I Episcopal Elect Bainbridge; Mrs. Elite M Dai- in hymn playing. The festival

growth and Its tremendous stopovers at Monttcello, Madison She showed charts Ion, Havana and Mrs. Earneittne Was sponsored by the D*<
potential." Perry Mayo, Live Oak be Share HonorsMiss Gable, Sneada Mrs. Marcus Shelter partment o( Musts ot the FlorIda
what to eat to healthy Church Notes
Dickinson, who has probably and Lake City.Providence. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs, LenIs Hostess At Baptist Conference
It announced that the Bridge
covered more territory In Florida was Tee Munro and Miss Davis girt Feb. 12; Rev and Susan Mldilkton\ student al

than any other candidate HD luncheon March meeting at the will home be of a ante Mrs.Deck from 8t Paul's ,Margaret Lawson Curry, brides Mr. Wayne links, glil, Feb. 1]; Mrs. Marcus Slielfe was Gulf Coast College, Panama
Is making his swing aboard a 'elect hiired honors at a delightful Mr. and Mrs Donald \Sfstley hostess to her bridge club Wednesday City spent the weekend her.
Fletcher Each memberIs
special bus the "Dickinson For so many of us today there Infoimal party Thursday Porter, girl, Feb U and Mr. afternoon. Camellias Among the women attending
Sunshine Slate Express." The Club In MeetingMembers to bring a covered dish and are so many things that annoy afternoon when Mis, P. IIIllgdim ., and Mrs. Urn. Henry Chestnut, and other seasonal flower the I D -trlct Conference la Gmn .
the These will be usedin we.t
bus will serve ss headquartersfor reclpe or unsettle us that 1 finally decided and her daughter 1law n girl, Feb. IT.TATTLE. Interest pnlnta.Sirs. n* at fresbyterlail Church to
the Dickinson "turn" and of the Providence making a cookbook.Mrs. I had to take a look at Mrs. Pat Illgdnn Jr. entertained --- -- ---- Fred Rowan, who day are Mrs. R. II. M David
his supporters throughout the Home Demonstration Club met Holomsn called the roll some of my blessings lo tee how for them at the home high war awarded won sun, Mrs. K. C. Love, Mrs. La*
campaign. February 12 at the home of and read the minute of the last. they stashed up against my of the former I TALESBy drtl score, of cardsValentine a double nler Richardson Mrs B. C,
Retarded by many as the Mrs. Alii Goodwin. meeting after which Mrs. Gordon frustrations I was pleased with Pink camellias! and flowering' -- Mahaffey 1\1ra. Sam Myrltk.Mm .
harden working of the campaigners The devotional, "What Is Fletcher gave the treanur- what I saw First I think the quince highlighted the living Mrs. Fula T. Kowmasi -- L. D. McMillan, Mrs. W,
_for Governor, Dlck- Gained Without Cod," was er's report stating the club had community was fortunate to room decorations Tire dining Dance Is It Fort, Mrs. K. D, Davis, airs
presented by Mrs. Deck Fletcher 1100 In the saving account have such an able and forthright table "hch was covered by a Better try to live' right, Cam Event Of Friday Morris Suber, Mrs Cecil Price,
after which the president The hostess served chicken presentation of the Junior lace cloth was centered by an, 't Laird, liNt week you were Mrs, Alvalt Bryant Sirs Don
Mason Music I Mrs. Alfred Suber, called for salad, crackers, auto, cake and College matter to such a arrangement of pink and roue accused of "stealing" the lunch Members of the Sswsim Club May and others,
reports from chairmen coffc Since the occasion was irate audience on Monday, Senator colored camellias. Two pink' money by one who doesn't know entertained with a Valentine Mrs, Fred Klbllka aiUiuM
COMPANY Mrs. Bob Holoman clothing Mrs .Goodwin's birthday Mrs Melton U a fine spokesman satin hearts lopped| this. Coffee the word "receiving" Now I Dance Friday night Outstanding the Scout Council meeting In
I chairman announced that a Tom Fletcher presented her for the whole program of high was poured during the appointed hear you received a valentine decorations carrying out Tallahassee at the Girl Seoul
14 E. Washington Street charm school will be held at with a birthday cake. er education In Florida, and 1 hours by !Mrs A T. Anderson addressed to "Miss LJard" from the valentine theme added a office: Thursday.Floor .
PIANOS. ORGANS the Canning Center, February There were 13 members and am sure his candid appraisal iMrs Pst IIIII I'25 at 2 p.m. She also gave a one new member present at of the situation did much to reverse err and Mrs Fount May Jr. .irs. Harry Shepard's Orchestra
Band Instrumentsand report on a clothing meetingshe this meeting any negative thinking that The hostess gath* hnnoreea Speaking of valentines, we played---
had attended.It might have been setting, You received one, .n origins verse, Covering
jewelry
Accessories was decided that 800 from will appreciate that I am skipping occasion rites as mementosthis of that mad m* walk Into another :Bridge Club Meets I

the club would be sent to the Quincy Jaycees At around as I go on, but I Among the room to hide the tears: Including Fermle
I guests the
Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 council must offer my thanks to the were "Dear Mom and Dad With Mrs. Suber
onunty treasurer for '
Panama mothers of the brides elect, Mrs.Mark UlaM IJ..I.u.0...
City Meeting
I use In helping redecorate the Centenary !Methodist Churchfor May this Valentine Day bring .I
Open Men. Tues. Wed. Fit. Clover Room at the Canning bringing Dr William Cannon I Griffin Munroe and Mrs Jr. and lee Mrs J. M you much cheer Mrs. Joseph Ruber Jr "..,,. seekCounter
R.
4 U ( p.m. All DIY Sat Center Quincy Jaycees who attendedthe back to Quincy lie Is one Mun And may It last through the hostess lo her Thursday afternoon
: Mrs Gordon Fletcher, health meeting In Panama City of the few scholars I know who roe gi andniothrrPino rent of the )ear bridge club at her horn. Top
during the weekend were R. I* has a sensible balance of simple --- -- I'll do all I can to Make 1 It A valentine them was used In
Massey, Don Brown, David piety, Intellectual superiority, blight the decorations and refresh
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED I Burns, Bill Rogers and Wright and warm accessibility Then HD Club And make your wishes com ments. Work
Crmby. They were joined by our Junior Choir her at Si Into sight Mrs Charles Owens wss high

CARS their wives Saturday morning Paul's gets a pat on the back Has MeetingThe To you two, I ewe the greatest .. sore winner and Mrs W C
I Many activities were enjoyedby for their fine a rspella assist debt Jacobs, low. Both received AU Trine

USED PARTS for all makesof them. At noon Saturday at last Sundays choral even Pine Horn Demonstration For what all you've given m., handmade aprona.
there was a luncheon and fashIon song It U not every choir that III not forget At conclusion nf three progressions Expert Installation
Cars and Trucks Club met at 745
I Thursday ,
show and that afternoon
want to tackle a eapella chant You have sacrificed mush that. an attractive part;
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE they were entertained by folk work, and they did a fine Job evening, February 13, atUi I may have more, plale was served Dining the
home Mr ,
Fred
of HodgesMrs.
singers. Saturday night a banquet with It. They have been bookedfor And you doing this game Iced dilnks wets passed
WE BUY JUNKED CARS O. V McPherson I'd
and dance were on the succession president (
a of
performances. like "
to thank tor. I
1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7.7115 I agenda. The group returned The young people of the pteslrtedMrs.. Md'herson. Looking deeper,you I see Edith Jac k Illgdon, Pel* Haur Iud' SHE ER.BlITCH
led the
to Quincy Sunday __ Church com In for honorable In the club fttreetman'a Influence living on Sam Nolnmnn lit. students stLJttl I IAo .1.! ,"""
repeating Twenty-Third i
't
mention for doing such a competent Psalm and the Lords Prayer.Mrs. In our son.Quisling .i t'. OUurd Ca ,.1 f C\IIIC'f 1\01I04
work with the bhrovt Julie Rales, "Mams spent oekend with tits ItSPECIAL
McPherson
Tuesday Pancake and Sausage welcomed t..on.w and parenli : ,
Daddy went In Tsllshasse
members Into the (club *
-- -
Supper; It was the best managed Mrs Arthur to get some 'arrubbury' Whichreminds
I'lnson and Mrs .
best attended, best
tasting C. R. Burke, and one visitor, m., Julie. of the time
one yet. Accolades too, to our Mr.. Lucile Hnvseplsn. Mr B and I were In the "Clyls
congregation, which' turned out SNOWING
terf for the
first
The roll time.
was called with thl
in record numbers for
the keeping Have been \
,
teen members present Therswr enjoying our
of Ash Wednesday. This
total of neighbors' guests, Dr Gay and
a sixteen present '
shows that the
a Lent la beginning revival to be spirit of' with the two new memb.tour *rs I wife who Is RiMhanna's ('II11ftobers'
I
and the one visitor sister. The doctor I* i
.J stood and appreciated. Mrs. Ed Smith, Clothing, Georgia boy practiced' /In Jack
Sunday attendance reflect thsame e
sonville, retired
Chairman, mode the following) twelve years
truth. Plaudits
toAcolytes"intraining our announcements I. ,into to Vermont. He e
and0 : A charmstudy says ths
will be held February 23 I "natives" really fit the follow-
Clayton Hanney who Is
helpIng
from 2 6 p.m. at the Cloverleaf log .Ioryl! It aeems that tours
m* on Saturday
mornings
lioont In the sis following a road
Canning that
Center. was
with them. They show all l kindsof
TIME FOR SPRING PLANTING promlM, and it will not be 2. A laundry rUn Ie will be lust playing out, slopped to ask
sn old Vermonter.
long before they are held March 18 at 10:30 ant at U the rood
actively the Suber and Johnson show really went over the maun-
Involved In service at and room. "Ins. II. answered "V,p" go ...."., RCA High N"
round the altar We can't
pass I. The County Cook Book they went on till the road Just stellty Color Tub bring
Field Seed I, to Ibis the opportunity mm and women to *sy InvolvedIn thanks Buffet will be held on May a. became Impassable sod they had I. yen a picture M sharp, s*
Mrs. McPherson asked men to back down to vn turn SUM, yu hew I* ... It to Moir.
our scouting program for ben to help the lleslth Department Ir u"<1 Jh'r ...In saw th* baits_ It. tupweewtrtu)
;
boys, Ronald
SORGHUM especially Jester
LINDSEY 77
ALL VARIETIES CORN by contributing old acme old fellow I Nor Vials VHf TMd.r.
and Robert Munro
CHUFAS COTTON VELVET BEANS dedication with" Boy Scouts for their and Florida Times Union papers andsheets. you said this toad goeTovW I 14.000-vsll (f.olofy .<. to S That
Cub Scouts I the mountains" "yep""Well ,lusted' ) chassis., D.p.n* Graf .
BEANS respectively. And
WONDER 191
MILLET KENTUCKY a spanking for m* because I 1''. club voted to have their do you thinkhis 'ear'would side Soars Age Sealed Clr
PEANUTS COW PEAS completely forgot about the cookbook taste buffet at their make It?" "Nope"Had I vltry.lvlsi 0Cn*
World Day of Prayer to which regular monthly meeting In to "bite my tongue- ; ....k.,. deliver nets :
the President of our Churchwomen March The meeting ...11be Let Flunday Judy Garland came OoMMi Threat"sountf.I .
had Invited me, and my hrld at the horn. of Mrs. Vsn onk'ec: / : I* she supposed la

Garden Seed face Is still red! I Imagine, Godwin with Mrs 0. C Lar.Itn. be talented or that good-
''however, that I was nut the cohostess.Mrs. looking"
only one missing so there may lUnry Grady, Progrsm M.; Well, she's there Indou're
AND PEAS CANTALOUPES be Chairman, presented a progrsm her. vn.ssrroae
ALL VARIETIES BEANS torn mitigation In this. And
If this last enough to b* thankful on "You Are What You Est." This Sunday th* Beatles_ _earn I Yea.- MNeaw /
LETTUCEOKRA .
CUCUMBERS r +
eYSe
CARROTS SWEET CORN for then 1 rejoice with WU- It Included how our body o01

PEPPER PUMPKIN RADISHES RAPE tins Mlcswber la the fact that changes and uses the food wee

something Is bound to turn up .t by digestion, absorption, _! I THC MOST TRUSTED NAME TEUCVISION
WATERMELON
RHUTABAGA SQUASH soon) IndltlIluUoft.. She gave cut ITS S A FACT I,
.
GREEN SEEDSFEED diagrams showing theseprocess bend,
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cantey and several recipe
and Mr. and Mrs. Union MUB- (booklets. Mrs. J. R. Lssll as- MM IMxl lumia rail s 114bar

roe ..IU.pend a week In Miami. shed with the program .
MILLS INC. Mrs. C C. Baxter .nd son A aortal hour followed whlth'
QUINCY ,Gregg of Tallahassee spent was enjoyed by all. The TABLE TV VALUE
lees
Tuesday night and Wednesday served delicious strawber
with her grandmother Mrs. J. ry pie and eoffe*.
QUINCY DIAL MAIn 7-6267 FLORIDA IA.I McCormae and Mrs. Everett I .

Munro ; Birthday Party For
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Mrs. Winston MrLendoa *tvlertalned More P I
with a birthday party opl.Own ,
In honor of her son Clayton VICrOR
seven years ot si* and Tommy, Than
who la five, Thursday aft,,.- ADy ah.r R
noon. Th* of ehUdre T.hrleton.
group 20 *
placed various 'UulttttQA ADRIRIIffLy 60TiT91WRt ,,
outdoor
gamesaflrr B1aek
M iTtj iLtGA end
which they were served white
refreshments. The attractively iTALy lt)+l'J[ lit ttAl y IW

decorated cake centered the- CjILlEO'ul111.'UtZA- or G+lor

t- table. Cup tsars. Valentine tandy -
and punch wen served
cc CCL WtG.a 1 1yr
Colorful balloons were given
for favors adding a tenet..,
touch: te Ole occasion.

----- The heart

Bridge Club Meets ,-
ol our biuinew ....b.......
With Mrs. Smith U I filllnpprescrlpUonit.

r Mrs. Frank Smith was hostess RCA VICTOR fw 1(8(1 TVS
to her Tuesday afternoon
bridge club. Camellia sod

If you'r after a car with some Me to if, ,he','* only one thing to do. Be my guest *rows* were at potnu of .Intert F. P. May 73'tube (overall dlag ) 282 iq. In. picture

I'm find know. Just look for me ot your Buick deal.,',. during hi, Sports Cor Rally Wh.leyou! High trere was won by Mrs. e Super-powertul Hu Vista VHF Tuner

easy tOf to you can drive one of his. sport modelj-o Wildcat, or a Skylark Or even a Riviera In livery Faulk who was awarded Drug Co. e 22St volts of picture powtf(dtilgn' tyirigt)
wait m.. you
Thofi what the Buick Sports Cor Roily If oN about ((What a way 10 start o a novelty. a* WM Mrs W C
drive all three. J..... Phone 827-7601 Duo-Con. .p.ak.t i
you can than WIth me. a gee who told bln. Ertnd* Net Wft If I don't show UP you can talk price.otrhwa 'even more pleasant conyertat At conclusion: *f three pro Flo.
Qulnqr
Sated Ctreultr/
You'a H' Once you get your hand* on a + miss me o bit. Really. gretalon the hostess reed asaiVacUv e Dependable Space AS.

party put.


$189.95 With Trade

TIMBER.
c' .

wewY.M. Let Us Kelp You Harvest Your Timber Wisely

Contact u. Before You Sell! MACK'SRADIO

Set te QIaiIr', Dual? k .Dseuh.don! .11.. a betas M Sm r. WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES


Florida Forest Products, Inc. & TV SERVICE


MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO. Call James L or Stewart.call or writ Quincy t&U94 507 East Jefferson Street


Qulncy Florida P. O. Box 305 Tallahauee Flcu Ph. 2234)663) MAIn 76606l

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G4N7The GADSDE1 COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY: 20. 1964

expected In the future. crease the nearer the cutting
There are bug to be ellmi .la taken to the root system of
National Outlook I GOOD GROOMING FOR GALS nated but Indications are, modern the plant I

I merchandising even In our Summer flowering bulbs Fletcher
present supermarket will undergo ready for planting Include Company

Br George Iligedora I numerous change all designed urns, cannas, dahlia and erln'l: .
to make easier
transfer wealth from one groupof shopping anthu
WHO FARES WORSTIN holders to another The direction and simpler for the customer Annual flower which may be,
INFLATION? through: the use of modern menchines INCGREENSBORO
of such transfers, as revealed planted now Include
InfUUon redistribute the national In this study, contains and mechanical devices balsam begonia, blue aater'l
that will permit the abopper to
wealth In tome peculiarand some surprisesThe er, celosia, chrysanthemums
save both time and money to say marigold, morning glory, rose-
Individual
unforieen wayi way an family .
nothing of inconvenience.The
Those who warn against the Is affected by Inflation depend : moss, nasturtium, str.wflower..unflower ,
neighborhood supermarket verbena and
tithonls,
effects of on a number of actors: its I
Inflationary govern debtor or creditor position, Its or shopping center will become the wish-bone flower. I
ment deficit sometimes regarded
are a complete and compre Most of the annual can be
status home
aa a owner ar renter
as merely trying to protect its ownership of stocks, etc henslve service center where seeded directly Into the garden :
positions of entrenched lJ the customr can scare any prod- Sow the seed thinly in hallow I "West Gadsden's Largest
wealth. But a new study of the The chief beneficiary of the!' rv '. II uct or service from poodle washing trenches A baking powder can
effect of inflation since 1949 rising price trend during the .f to golf lessons. with holes punched In the bottom -
shows that, by and large, it lathe pant 15 years has been the fed Just as the modern kitchen and a three.foot tick attached Source of
less-prosperous groups who eral government It has gained differ from the one grandma for a handle serves wellas Supply"Building
suffer most from the wealth- In net worth because Its liabilities knew the shopping problem will a seed shaker, This home-
transferring effect of Inflation In the form of public advance to where the housewifewill mad seedling gadget takes the
The better-off groups are not debt are In effect reduced by find herself served aa not back-aching stoop out of seed'ing
affected as severely, and sometimes inflation one has ever been served before :.L
even gain through Inflation But this gain to the federal She can shop with ease and Next cover the seeds lightly -- 1( --
government had to come out ol comfort her children cared for, with firmed soil. Cover the
The new study Is an exam somebody pockets It turns her credit established and her planting, if possible with wet I
ination of the national balance out that It came mainly out purchase tabulated and delivered I'burlap or other material, to
sheet of the United States, and of the pocket of lower-Income' w with unbelievable speed '.hold In the moisture and to prevent
J* published under the sponsorship families who rent their living It may not all happen tomorrow seeds from washing Be I Materials
of the National Bureau of quarter especially older or the next day but it is sure to remove the covering before *
Economic Research, Like all people In this classification. coming and merchant are the plant emerge
the National Bureau publications This would Include a large number / aware that if they hope to survive If you want to keep annuals
it U a thorough, detailed, of the less-prosperous ur- r } they must foresee the future blooming for another month,
and completely unbiased analysis ban families who are the cause t and prepare to meet it or kee> the flower picked If
of 1U subject matter. of so much concern by advocates go down. victims of merchan plant go to seed, the blossom
The process of Inflation does of welfare programs 1 tag period will be cut short Farm and Builder'sHardware

not create any real wealth nor Person owning mortgaged dlsIGARDENINGIN ,TOO MUCH
does It, directly, destroy any homes tend to gain on balance I I SNORING
real wealth. What it does is from l Inflation Inflation reduces I II Denver Shooting a fellow
the real burden of their
FLORIDABy firemen for snoring was not
Gadsden County mortgage debt. the right remedy.
Upper.Income families, whether 4 Fireman Albert Silver, 82,
Insurance Center they own or rent their homes, Herrey Sharpe, Editor was suspended for allegedly

1121 West Jefferson are an a clan protected from I Pale tetrtttf H Oltutti Agricultural Extension Service shooting a fireman In the leg *

the transfers of wealth Involved MORE AND MORE, women's one of canon ha become an Important Most deciduous plants are as with an air gun to atop him
In Inflation. Typically such factor In the rooming products business There are ever modest as humans The first from snoring I
PAT THOMAS families own corporate stocks II million women shaven In the US. and the fair tee account) thing they -do when they awakeIn The fireman was not seriously FertilizersAll
and a rising trend in prices exerts for IS to U percent o( raior blade coiuumptlon and about SI per the spring 1s to cover their Injured from the air gun pellet
INSURANCE.. INC. an upward leverage on the cent of electric shaver unit sale. According to an Industry survey, limb with leaves Dogwood, I
value of their holdingsTheie of those women who remove balr from their lets or vnderarmi, 'SURE GET-AWAY
redbud peaches and plums and
over 10 per cent use a safety canoe, to per cent BM an electric
are of course broad depilatories or ether methods a few others are exceptions Amarillo Types
shaver and about four per cent use Texas After
generalization to which there They prefer to put on a how of ,robbing a supermarket of $10-
may be many Individual exception color: before dressing 000 bandit
*, But they make It clear Regardless of how plant begin to make a his used a wall of fir
get-away. Shade Tobacco Formulas
that in a war on poverty a holdIng TOO LATE The automobile and trend to spring growth, you will find Police said the (
action against Inflation must the suburban development has them hungry after a long win- 'ed gunman pour
ruled out the city mart The ter's gasoline on a pathway between
be an Important objective sleep
One Stop Means TO CLASSIFYBy housewife want to hop where Excessive rains In January I I building the before store he and entered another Custom Mixed)
she can park her car with ease, have washed away vital plant the
Complete Service There are over 82,000 motelsIn her children store. When he left with the
Bussed Kay find a place to park food. Therefore, plan to give all
the U. 8 which accommodate while she shops, and can ornamentals an application of money, he dropped a lighted
DIAL 627.7151 over 2V* million persons dally Revolutionary merchandising dress as she please In anything -I fertilizer to carry them through down match the to the gasoline then ran Let Us Quote Prices
says John Lacock of Daytona methods have merchant of the from a mother hubbardto their first spring growth street
QUINCY Beach, president of Quality world In s dither. Not only are a bikini and nobody will look Lawn will need at least 20 back.The flames kept pursuer
Courts Motels, Inc American merchants frantically askance. I 10 30 pounds of a balanced plant
- : =-.1 I trying to find the answer, but The change In modern merchandising I rood per 1,000 square yards to SPACE MOUSE
IN
the problem I* spreading: to ev I* so rapid that no form a carpet of green Unlver- TREE Fertilizer and Lime
.
,v cry continent. one can say what the morrow ilty of Florida turf expert say Atlanta A group of seventh *
Just ai tne Individual merchant will bring The credit card or its a good idea to apply some grade pupil launched a mouse
I with his privately owned charge: -a-plate that has helped organic nitrogen so that the with a gunpowder rocket that
and operated grocery store, downtown stores la now being grass will not gulp down this sent "Jose' a half mile high
butcher shop or bakery found adopted by the neighborhood greening agent In a few weeks All went well until the capsule Spreader Service
himself out of the picture when supermarket in the form of and become hungry before your and Its parachute drifted
credit card that be used
can
chain took next paydayIf .
operations over, now Into a tree
the chains are seeking the answer for anything from hair-dos to rye grass 1* on Its way out, The teacher, Mr*. Sarah PI...
SEE US TODAYFOR to ever Increasing com- groceries, then mow and r.k.lt out of the sick, said she didn't think the
Some big operator are lookIng -
petition from giant operatorswho permanent grass Remember. mouse survived the flight but
control finances that enable : to the future and see the drying March wind will cause sent for the fire department and
THE them to move ahead and day when IBM machines will grass to burn, so sparing the received this message: "They Irrigation Supplies
enable them to eliminate the
command patronage, water hose will spoil the grass said they would send some ros-
The American supermarketthat old delayed checkout system and If your ulcers get fidgety because ..."
has replaced the individual enable them to simply display a part of the lawn U not as
MONEYYOU I store has spread to Europe Aflr sample of each item offered. green as you think it should be, OVERTIME PAY PLAN Permanent Overhead
t + ... A.1.l and Australia In saw The customer will pick UP a quit worrying most likely the
nothing l --- r-- South i --Amerlci,I ticket covering the item and on soil temperature la out of kilterat President Johnson' proposal

NEED where Venezuela I I. constructing reaching the checkout desk that spot and there Is temporary to create more Job In some
will find the item they selected of Industries by Systems Pipe Plumbingand
a shopping center to end shortage iron To save Imposing double
them. This sound ,
all shopping center A gigantic awaiting may you from worrying overtime overtime pay rate won warm
U 25 to $600UP set up that becomes a city in fantastic but It is in the experimental about the pale grass, you can labor support by reaction in
>
and bDlazlnon
stage
can <
Congress
Itself bring green color back quicklyby I was split Water Systems
Fighting with their back to applying two tablespoon of The Johnson propossl was a
TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY the wall, downtown merchants tot Iron sulphate to each gallon of long step toward labor's de-
\Iin a hunderd cities are tryingto z956'h water in a spray. manda for double overtime and
to meet the competition of the Azaleas and camellias needa a 35-hour work week as measures
Gadsden County Loan Service suburban supermarket with good shot of fertilizer. soon to reduce chronic unem-
malls, entertainment, prizes and (( blooming: 1* over t\tI.n it : that now stands at Ralston Purina
I what have you So far they 666 salt and get one of o
108 East Jefferson St. MAIn 7.7161 have been fighting a losing battle special azalea-camellia fertilizers
SEPTIC
on the market After feed-
Ing these acid-loving plant, add TANK
another layer of leaf mulch Feeds
1 around these plant SERVICEVACUUM
Roses will need an applicationof
nutrient during their first
flush of bloom The size of bush
and soil I* a factor But whenIn

doubt, apply two ounces of a Custom Feed
10-0-10. top dresser to each rosebush 11; *

If daylllles don't get their
early spring meal and a groundcover
of mulch, they not only Milling
will be slow to Tower but will
make only a lazy effort to set
color. CLEANED

,i After feeding all the plants, REPAIRED
a
then consider making cuttingsof __
poinsettia, Ixora, Itgustrum,
azalea, croton and viburnum. J[ 627.8403I I Insecticides
Place cutting beds In a shady I
spot Place cutting beds In a
shady spot or furnish shade for Nights 627-686S
the project Cuttings of many
6 types of ornamental form QUINCYVAULT
heavy root system molt quickly
In mixture that contain acid CO. --'jt--
peat Experience Is the best I <
teacher to determine the best VAULTS MONUMENTS
rooting indium to use for different -
J. w t plant When choosing MAINLINE DRIVE

1: t cuttings, remember, everything QUINCY .
being equal rooting ease In-

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stops the wireworm threat to young tobaccoPlant : \

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I broadest spray. Dirk 'In all bma after row-*)jorout as a
after
plant, row ltmenl1lmmedi.fII.,after application.
ol
value
the
young tobacco prow And, there I Hill another way to protect
Dlatlnon Insecticide for wireworm young tobacco from wlreworm ::c
your -- --
control A tingle application of Dlailnon 'JustDIaZi o SOW to your trans- ,

made before the attack begins knocks
out wtrewormi. They don't 1"11 chance IIIe to feed on rootl or bore Into tender You can count on ptazinon to help you Florida.
__ Control effectiveness outstanding. crop thrive and grow right through theY' .. i
.YouII we the rewlts Wrong young critical early period when wireworm
lrar r''Unti and a more uniform HandContra damage can be desirous. And you can
) wtrewormt...mhtant or not count on D-azlnon to do the |job ufely after bowling beer is natural
,. Duimon Iraectkld without hazard to humans and animals a
You can dnpend on the
.without hazard to crop.
to solve your wireworm problem"even for the Diazlnnn FLETCHER
K the wireworMS have developed retittance Ask your supplier need..and start the After you're bowled I nme or two,or when you're winding up
to one of the soil IntertldoV wed formulation you about wirewormdamage. the evening at the neighborhood bowling center,k s rood to relax
women
a without
'In the patt Hard..I..U wtrawonn are season with friends and compare cores.What better way to add to the

easy to control with Dtatlnon Chemkah,'Division sport and the ociblene than with a rcfrohmt flu of beer
ojCeigy
The problem ol wtreworm reshtancefcoounue Cl"Agrkiiltuf Saw Mill However you tale your fun-beer always makes a welcome
I to spread In all the Important Chemical Corporation addition to the COMPANY INC.
tobacco areas Where It will crop up this tow Road, ArdUey. New,York. QDiazinon'n parry. I
(Mson marl be predicted' So why tU a Your familiar glass of beer .at.o. pleasurable reminder that I ,

chair .u pUn on really dependable IUjl\llljJl l l l i we live in a land ol personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy I

tmjXUton with Diulnon.CWcM beer and ale, i if w* so denre ie )lost one,but aa important one,of I 442-2225
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four control we tad Gei gy those personal freedom |
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} MORE PEOPLE ARE SHOPPING AT IGA! FEBRUARY PRICES l IT22

If':A:; THAN EVER

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' TABLERITE CENTER CUT
:
{w LEAN PORK CHOPS lb. 69c

CUTS DOWN' SWUTS PREMIUM ROLL
PORK SAUSAGE lb. 29c

MIXED PORKSAUSAGE
# MORE 3 Ibs. 89c

v Thowond of food :aMp'
J penIIho them friendly ragulorfy IGA Food vtttl. PRICiS!
SIOTH know that IGA follow
.x t *the market down on oilprko TABLERITE IOIH HALF or WHOLE
...and reductions not{on|fit Imnodlattly a few Ittmi but .
Oil many,In.wry d.partment.And GRADE A
MEDIUM
.,.,
IGA k tpt shim low day be-
COUM of th,low-tort operation by th.men Pork '
t who owns end runt Mi itortl No need ,
to shop at one ploc for moot,another for E GGS
fre'" product tile IGA ihopptr knows ihth
gtttinfl the best for IOM at her IGA.Com In Ib. 49C
and prow to yovrwlf you will lavi mon ot your
.: IGA Food Sloe. _

2 doz. 79c Roast)


PAL

COOKING OIL No.;.10 89cTABLERI'fE K ROAST lb. 39C
XGA

APPLE SAUCE 2. 37c BEEF TABLERITE STEW lb. 69c ; \
CAMPBELL'S
N d {

, VEG. SOUP 3 Can 39c G 1iBEEF lb. 39c n. .'w t I

DIXIE BELLE SALTINECRACKERS
TABLERITE :b,7f t5
1 Pound Box 19c FRANKS no Plcg.*. 39c ,s s, $4 : .


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DRY DETERGENT ALL VARIETIES II Oi.
F AB FROZENiWORTONSMEATPIES FISH ICECREAMNOVELTIES STICKS nq. 59c49c

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19 c 6(PlotFROZEN Oi. $1 00 PILLSBURY BADNG POWDER TOMATO CATSUP
FLAKY 2c-29c
BISCUITS
LARGE PACKAGE .
STOKELY It 0.
HANDY PAl KRAFT AMERICAN 11TO It1I. 29c
R I BAMA APPLEJELLY CRINKLE CUTPOTATOES BROADCAST CHEESE SLICES 'n': 29c

CHILI & BEANS Is 33c IGA '
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JLb. 29c BROADCAST
Jar 25csPILb POTTED MEAT 2 Ccmt 21C SLICED


BEETS 2 Can. 29


FIRM ALL GREENCABBAGE
IACK &BEANSTALK
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F :' jj Poand 5c ___

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c' >k POIOK 5c 10 Lb.Bo?. 59c CORN 2 c': 29c ., :

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Tcxm CHOICE CA CraCKDf OFBtA
HARD CANDIES rk 29c CHUNK TUNA 'e- 35cWALL'S
REYNOLDS ALUMINUM CAIRO BEAUTY SWEET MIXED
IGA FOODLINER WRAP "MR: 63c SWEET PICKLES 1.0.; 29c

IM ". --.". LIQUID AfllMBTFLORIENT
AND AJAX Zacb 69c Eoc 59cWILSON'S
CASHMERE To>Ln SOAP
BOUQUET SOAP 2 :t 31C PALMOLIVE 2.: 31 cL
IGA SUPER MARKET GIANT PACKAGE awn PACKAGE
II Eat WasUwjVM S*..4 79c 59
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... jlagiam of digestiveis
a
I to date In c< v-
fered material loaa In cUrvagroves Mel Vegetable auuy and Juices \\'blalll'rov.d .
Grade "A" Quick Frozen Tender YounqTURKEYS from the latest heavyreeie Chill "you are what you """ lack
t! THE ( Included are Marlon I Sandwiches member was given some liter*.
1 f Gtlchrlft Lake, Voluala, Polk Apple ture with helpful Informationon
FARM and 0,tnge counties Milk meal planning and good
Betides Mr, Burke, officers Thursday, February 27- meal to serve.
FRONT are Arlen Jumper, Welrsdals, : Braised Beef Stew on Rice After the Informative pro
t+ president, and Ben McLucai Buttered Carrot gram, refreshment carrying out
.Ocala, vice president Roger Toned Salad the valentine theme were serv
*BY DOYLE CONNER Parker, Marlon county assistant Enriched Bread
/ 6 to 14 Lb. Avg. ..COMMISSIONERFLORIDA agricultural agent is secretary Cobbler ed.Th March meeting will be a
;; Pech growers interested In Milk "Taste Buffet" with each memo
17 to 22 Lb. C DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Joining the new association art Friday, February 28- ber bringing her favorite dish
3. 5 requested to contact Mr Burke, School' Choice which the wishes to be entered
39c Avq. I Reaction to Preildent John Box bib, Clermont. We hope that you will keepIn In the County Cookbook Coo
Lb. mind that these menu are teat.
..: ion"i recent farm message toCongreas of a package to be prominently I noted ;;;;; of the food subject to change for the following -
generally were aboutii displayed on a label.
trade publications recently reports reasons: PRESERVE-HUBBY CLUBS

'?:\ :' ::" ':' : : :::::::::::::: : ::::.....r....... ; :;::: I ly I expected.noted however produce, he apparentIndus 'Y- Prohibited to Information minimize are the,certain use such of devices required as- of-the-ordlnary on three item feature with: out- 1. delivered Government which commoditiesare were not serve London Your-Husbands"A number of commit-"Pre

,. : OUR FOUNDER'SCHIBRATION by to.urprlse with his request for shiny aluminum lettering on a An electronic device which In the county when the menus tees have been founded by a
I
.4'O: r :: .. .\. .. I poUto legislation Some ob- foil background, poor color I contrast emit high frequency sound were made. 13-year-old widow living la
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: \:::\:::::: ::-: : :::::-:-:: :-::-:;; : ': :::) :: servers In Washington think he or printing on shiny eel waves to rid a building of rat*. :2. Community food habit German Switzerland.
} \ : : It also 1 claimed considered.
to affect bat are
,,...... .. .. .... .. .... .: .. .. ... ... .,:......... may get It an opportunity lophane. and pigeon but not human 1. Rise In the cost of a food The meeting were held In
:: :.;{....;:;:.::: : .... ,.." ;... ;::::::: ........ ..... .. .. tot producer to work under an Also prohibited are such terms secret so the subjects would
..... ,.,.:...;;;.,; ; ;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;;; ;; ;;,;;.:::;;;::;. :. acreage allotment plan, with as "Jumbo hall quart" to designate "Gourmet foods" for the pampered { not be alarmed
no price support, if they approve I pint and 'full half pet i* this case cats. In- Availability of equipmentand I Some of their recommendations .
"Super-Right" Western Pork It In a referendum pound" to designate 8 ounces cluded are tuna chowder, chicken personnel.No are no mountain climbing
Chances ire viewed ai good I The Pennsylvania regulation part with liver, and straight menu are given for Friday I and various types of msssige
Rib Half that Congress will vote newrogrami Is based on a model packaging chicken part, because of class planning to relieve tension, case the heart
LOI 4 to 5 Lb. t Whole or C for wheat, cotton and regulation developed by the National A floor mat to prevent pilfering and school preferences. The and nerves Most of all early
NS 4 5 Loin Half 4 9 sugar but NOT for milk. Conference on Weights from a cash register Plac- Friday menu 1* usually hot bedtime with something Inter
A VIl. Expected also ii approval of i and Measures. ed on the foor In front of the dogs, hamburgers or fish eating to read and natural eat
Lb. register, the machine
Lb. he requests for tighter regulation operate lag no dietingREADY.
of future trading in commodities -I Incidentally; New Jersey has normally so long as the cashier Talquin HD
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef Chuck use of "excess" land, i new rult-and-vegetable labeling stand on It. If she leaves,
and increased distribution of law which requires that a built-in switch operate to
food In a stepped up school 75 per cent of a produce item lock the cash drawer. Club In MeetThe MIX
Square lunch program and continuation must be visible when packaged
Roasts Cut 45C Boneless 69c of shipments abroad in the food- Also, It must be sold by nu- LunchroomMenus Talquin Home Demonstration -
Bone In Lb. for-peace program.In merical sount or bunch and the Club met Wednesday, CONCRETECONCRETE
the doubtful colume be- size, weight and type must be February 12, at 2:30: at the home
Lb. aunt, they are highly contro- clearly printed on the label of Mr*. Austin Nixon.
'erslal are the Presidents requests The visibility requirement reminded The president, Mrs. Charles *
"Super-Right" Beef for new legislation to me I had seen one news February 24 February 28 Dean, called the meeting to or-
"SuperRight"Round give cooperatives a big boost, Item reporting eggs packaged ina Monday, February 24- der, after which Mrs Sam
Plate Stew lb. 19c and to authorize a broad investigation special tray with a cellophane Meat LoafEacalloped Fletcher gave a most timely devotion
or Cubed of food chains and overwrap. Potatoes with : "You Are What You
their Influences on the domestic Cheese Eat.
rt"SuperRight" First econom). One of our newest Agricultural Spiced Beets The secretary, Mrs. Nixon, BLOCK
STEAKS lb. Sluib.or39c Organizations, chartered list Lettuce Wedge w/IOOO Island read the minute and Mrs Sloan
Chops or Grocery shoppers In Pennsylvania November Ii the Florida Peach Dressing Baker gave the treasurer report -
stores are going to findIt Growers Association, Inc. with I Enriched Bread Committee report were *
easier to mike price comparisons -headquarters at Ocala Presently Dessert Cut Peaches given and routine business con
between packages of ..Im.i its membership numbers Milk ducted.
Fresh Crisp Yellow Cooking i liar foods.A 58, some with fairly large acreage Tuesday, February 23- Mrs Pete Perkins was welcomed Oakland ConcreteProducts
recent report In Supermarket According to Ed Burke of Baked HamOneHalf a* a new member, making Company
CARROTS y : News quotes the Keystone Clermont, treasurer, there are Deviled Egg a total present of 13 member
ONIONS Uts'i secretary of Internal affairs probably 200 additional growersIn Sweet Potato Souffle Allen Bosttck and
to the effect that a new the Central Florida area who Steamed Cabbage Mrs Gladys Watson, a memo John Thomson
Lb. labeling regulalon, Implemented are eligible for membership, Roll ber of the food committee, presented Plume MAte T IOH
15c BQ 25c late last year, Is gaining ac.ceptanc. He estimates some 80,000 Apple Sauce the program: 'Facts
Bag .. It requires net weight peach trees have been planted Milk About Food Fats" She ex-


Red Delicious or Golden DeliciousAPPLES




2 Ibs. 29C the STATEMENT CONDENSED OF CONDITION


At of December 31, 1963

Idaho BaklnqPOT ASSETS


BONDS U. S. Government $ 3,3 2,712.76 I

A TOESI0 State, and Municipal 13,749,480.20
?59c County -
Public Utility I 11,419,117.0: : : ?

f industrial U, 03,231.7\I
Ig U lees Railroad 1,672,1"

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I Special! Mel-O-Bit American STOCKS

r.--q.\ Pimento or Swiss Public: Utility Preferred 1,310,189,49
ZOO Public: Utility Common 3,393,143.00Bank
STAMPS Trust and In. Co. 77,175.00

I I SLICEDPIAID Industrial Common ,015.171.00
With thl* coupon and purchase of | Railroad Preferred 269,100.00
Wecko rs i beh ind Savings and Loan Alln. Shahs 455,000.00

i Sponge Mops eo. $2.49I 8! ( H E E S E Investment 'n Herald life In,. Co. OU.72U2

i I I. SII. Coupon food thru Feb. M. M! First Mortgage Leans, and Real Estate 11,360,703.10
\ Real Estate ..? m 1,7 IIU.U

I ._ __...:._.:.__:.__!uo .__ .__ Cash and Ionic Deposits 3,0f5,912.5

:' : i ibsisiiiiII1 120i, 4 5 C Premiums Investment Due Income and Due Uncollected and Accrued_-r 2,316,430.16 704,864.68


l"- jra STAMPS 1 Hi!I Pkg.- t h e loans Other Assets ta Policyholders 311,476.74 137.965.91


Special Ann Page Reg. or Thin TOTAl ADMITTED ASSETS _$125,191,54621
I ,With this coupon and purchase of ; /

I I. ,01. Bottle VO-5 Dry Hair -j Spaghetti 2 PkLgb8. 37c LIABILITIES
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I Cream Rinse $1.00 :
Speclall Ann PagoMayonnaise Reserve for Life Pollclll and Contracts $ 7,555,230.35
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J. S-U. Coupon good thru Feb. 13.
I I Reserve for A i H Contracts 1,572,417.84
L. 'T j Qt;; 49cr policy Supplementary Contract Claims Payoble- 337,334.05

'---------- Policy and Contracts Payable 2S IUI.22

Premiums Received 'n Advance '6 ,19I," ..
;; PLAID Speclall White House Nonfat Dry Commissions Due or Accrued 600,656.66
General Expenses Due or Accrued 135,000.00
STAMPS Taxes. Llcen"l and fees Due or Accrued 1,141,642,32

With this coupon and purchase el -II INSTANT I meanINDEPENDENT Amounts Withheld a. Ag.nt.r Trustee 601.102.01
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Unearned Investment Income 15,844.76
ib'Busor18"tIB'Roll. 'M' Lady Agents Bolanc'l' 51.349.65

I Shelf Paper 45c I MILK I LIFE Security Valuation ....rv. 1,414.266.82
I.I.. l-lt. Coupon food thru Feb. U. Other Llobllltlll 91,359.11

!..._ _......._....JI1 I TOTAL RESERVES AND LIABILITIES.* 27,861.40

::-- ---- -- is built onSEtuRITY Capital Stock________ .$ 3,651,111.14Group
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8 Qt. 59c Contingency Reserve ".. 211,3 9.6S

r 25 PLAID Fkg.Speclall STABILITY SERVICE Surplus 14,194,150.32

STAMPS TOTAL CAPITAL AND SURPLUS _$ 18.063.681.S1

With thl* eoupon and purchase of Jane Parker TOTAl RESERVES. LIABILITIES, CAPITAL
.. S125.191.S46
8 Os. Bottle Pftlffew Thousand AND SURPLUS
I. Lb.
I' Peach Pie
i Island ;I Each 39c
39c
Dressing HIGHLIGHTS
I. 1-12. Coupon food thro Feb. M. I Speclall Jane Parker ri .x Ln'.

I 1 OVER A BILLION DOLLARS
6. Pie
1 Cherry % 45c
!. :!5_".. :!!}!!! LlfE INSURANCE! IN FORCE! $1,160,404,973
INCREASE 637X
Jane Parker Fruit ((100 Stamps 3 Lb. Ring $2.89)) r
ASSETS OVER THE! HUNDRED
: :; c ", MILLION MARK $ -125,191,54421


CAKE EXTRAPLAID tot 5 Lb. $399SUMPS s ? c : MORE THAN 28 MILLION PAID TO INCREASE 11JSX

Ring ; i :.4 POLICYHOLDERS AND BENEFICIARIES _$ 28,385,139

INCREASE 10.84%

((50 Stamps IV* Lb. Loaf 1.49) i RESERVE PC* PROTECTION: Of OVER

t TWO MILLION POlICYHOlDERS _$ ",'27,6 1.19
Save at A&PI Jane Parker Golden Cinnamon or SuqartdDONUTS # INCREASE 12.07



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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES.QUINCY. FLORIDA.THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1964 PACE !U:9P.:1lI : :
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Great Tragedy

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By Joh C. SiMrrfteld

Put rmldrnt.Amrrlr .
> Bar A oclitl.ii.
SAVE rnr One of the JI'f.lettr"edl f
4r f lPc. In the history ot our nation li I ij
@Iti WD BRAND The prortM of unfold I"' U th(
0 Civil Rights bill now pending 1 It(
tonxrtH become Uw our R
public will b. warped byoii'
UL.k 1'f''nl1llli000,
Equally triglo U the fact no]
l one American In I thousand hal
:. ilgnlflrant knowledge of IU
contents. All are being iwepl
t. long on l flood tide of emotion!
.1' the remit of the moat ikUlfulq
NATURALLY TENDER planned and executed prop
ginda campaign of this age
Consider the bill from a la]
point of view.Purportedly.
R ADOp sTp1Lt5 IVY $. It would abolish
Y INSPCTEO Roast. lL 48/ discrimination" among ill therarei
: AND PASSED E j and religions that go (4
kI make up our diverse population
DEPARTMENT QF Well enough But whit dory
"c, QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED r ROUND lONE SHOULDER discrimination" m..nT Indeed,
3' PRICES GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 22ND what does"rare" ","n' No ont
WINK.e1R1..TOa.. IN..Y.pees.MT1..4 > EST.3 Roast. lI. 5 8/ 'knows, the bill decant define
=
r either word
"
W. do know the Intent o< the
M EXTRA STAMPS WITH HORMEL CANNEDHam..3T bill' advocate W* know, be
cause they hive told u* afl, they
I LOIN ROAST Roast. mean to place particular people
i 58x In very job claailflcatlon.Aaium .
for I moment the
'\;id Intention of those who
RES. 49 FISH FILLETS
*
EXTAAEANMEATYSHORT ar. puihlng thli bill What ef.
7..Rib 9-lnch feet, then, will their design
Flounder u 39 have on bnilneuei throughout
: Ribs 38; the nation
Cut Cut
Take, for Instance, the oil In.
REG. 69< COPELAND COUNTRY LINK 39'I 45 I uitry land what applies to oil.
i:j| FRESH GROUND DAILY EXTRA LEAN men appllei In this sense and In
{ .Sausage 59i me dmiee or another, to all
LB. LB. Gr. Beef 5&T4th xiilneueilAi .
i matter of prattle, If a
i REG. 4J< SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK ( geologist or an engineer em
ploy ed by in oil company M
Ls.391thMra much ii Indicates hie Intention
Sausage. .. 10 quit hI. company haa him
lay down hi* tool right that In.
tant lie doom even flnUhhe
day. They pay him of'ells.
..>, whatever h* has com
ng, but li of that moment h*
:--.. Off FROZEN FOOD ''I Why finished? ai in employee.

i The answer li ilmple. 0.
ie oillnti' and engineer art hold-
"HIV e era of the company'a Innermmttmreti
DIXIE THRIFTY FLORIDA and no oil company li

TARNOW 49''' SOFT DRINKS ORANGES time illlng If to It queillnn risk even an in employ.hour

MeatTLPoaf BSJ: T ; Juice a 99* ei Now whol.-h..rt.d then loyalty

50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW BIG WEEK YOUR CHOICE MORTON CHICKEN, ItEF, TLJRKIY Let u* iMum a strange ge.loglit .
s'Meat applies for a job that hat
Loaf Pak 9 98 Just opened and II refuaed. Aa.
ANY Pot Pies 5 FOR .urn* the applicant "It in orlen.al ,
SHAPED TO REDEEM YOUR and. upon being turned \
25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH CHOPPED ,
COUPONS FOR BEAUTIFUL t SIX MORTON APPLE CHERRY PEACH COCONUTFruit i>wn. complain to the FederalEqual V
l 10F 89' : Employment Opportunity
Cube Steak <* CURRIER & IVESDINNERWARE I BOTTLE Family 'ommlnlon, the agency provld.d .
CARTON Pies 3 51 for In this bill, Auum he
Size
; complains h* was not employ
.d because of his rice
rr x ." LIMIT TWO i ASTOR CHOPPED OR SPEARSBroccoli Assume, further, the real raion .
50 Extra a.-x-Green Stamps CARTONSWITH 10.01. h* was not employed lay
No.
5 Juq Frosty Morn 5 $1 III the fact the company limply
wm4 THIS COIJlOtol AND PUIICHASI c# JS Pkgs.TM preferred the while geolnglit It
,.Pal... PNolSN eMU" IIIN'R: D 29c t FOOO ORDER. did Mr, i prolewlonal It had
Chow MilD tad its eye on for aom tline,
Shrimp
Not beraua on* was whit ant
'see fNw Ptsuatr agw one yellow but limply because
Lp AT ANY WINN.DIXII "I: ., th. company believed the whit
11 man would suit tta need beat.
Think of the spot that con.

SAVE 8* EACH O'SAGE FREESTONE (Limit 2 with $S ,food order) rTl'w pin(Jo, would farther b,* In. b
tSO
Auum the rucoO ruled In
Ih* oriental favor and forced
Extra aU Greco Peaches No.2. CAN 191 the company to hire him
WITH Ties OouioN AND PURCHASL There. h*would lit, in trrlUnf.Th .
other men couliln talk anil
0>0..e.. PN..TA.TI O'III Pasta w .NOrI.le freely they eoulclnt
}I
Breaded Perch Steaks ,SAVE, 10< EACH LIBBY! PINEAPPLE (Limit 2 with $5. food order) Yeeo ; ihire their flndlnge, nor do any
of the myriad Inline geologists
TNaa=U.; must do In their eternal March
AT ANY .cA.2517i 'or oil
Juice. '...
12 dti( I. that fair' ti hat equity*
II It what w* want
Whatever the gnawer, It I I.

J' SAVE JO* EACH LIGHT MEAT CHUNK TUNA U. S. NO. ONE REGULAR WHITEPOTATOES what w right* are till 'become I* get If law thlirivll

50 Extra air Greea Stamps People are Elliot to be forced.
onto Julie for no other reason
wrtH THIS canoN AND = oP Star-Kist NvK CAN 25 ; han that they are of I certain)
0,11 Ps.. test J.w.LL religion or t certain nee; co*.
1'IId. their. technical qualifier
ChicKen Thighs lone

-TN44 PI.SYasa". SAVE 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH SALAD IlnH the bill doe not d*.
AT ANY WINN-DIXI[ 1OZ9 ? tine either ra.* or religion, .II
1! x I. apparent those who ere ti,
Dressing QUART 19 iced political treatment favor will rrlv fa*

Iamb U the depth' I* which
(hi. bill would take ...

50 Extraa.7CGree1 Stamps] SAVE 10* EACH THRIFTY MAID GOLDEN: DELICIOUS WASHINGTON )TAT[ SWIITApples mom Dlirrlmlnatlon, li deplorable. and In in there evil I*

I WOM THIS COUPON AM WKHAil Of \ no American worth his salt w".
2 35
Lis.Hawaiian < would .....11 for It.
r oM eLJA.191
P NI ewe
Catsup. 20- HIM unhurtlflabl dlanrtttl.nation .
Pnnch "became .f rut. sod ,..
00 TNIIII Pp.Yaa? MHO FRESH FLORIDAOranges Igloej doe.a) fact eilrf liar
America th* quest I II bow
14 AT ANY WINN-DIXII SAVE 4t EACH DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON S 5 9/ to abolish. It
G The beet way through *d c*.
Inn and Minkm, baa been r*.
Buns. 29fSO 6 Jetted by militant eJvtl right
I-a..o. ..
""""" They demand the
who)* ball of ww, todayt fr*..
dom now, Thy demand It ft..n .
Extra d.N''Greet Staas though It would wreck *nrcountry

1 WITH THIl COUWN AM PUKKAM W [ YOUR CHOICE Limit 1 with $S. food order I I SPsi. A lid. 'sadly they will get /It _

.' N.. H C\N.t..jt .sr I e their' way, not the right way _
Blue Bay Chunk Tunao.111eP1..e4.1.g i If thoughtful .people neglecg I In
writ their senator,
I and Mk
ale I teiSN them to cots
agalnet thl* ma
AT ANY WINN-OIXIf Ullu I I ISA Ix llgn dnlgn that will destroy alp
IS Republic,
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Fo i i BIBLE VERSETO

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Extra a 7IC Green Stamps I' STUDY

WITIt 1HIS CXUCN AND I'I.ICIWI' oP T* *.., .U ..... ibis aa*.
C\N rifle, and I. Uarke Ik
4-M. Iho.
a *
Fischer Black Pepper Whit Arrow { Hvy Duty P** 1 fillUury'i I.nth'! !." aM STANDARD fat ef raem*
BEST I, I, whom was VIe above
IM DETERGENT i DETERGENT FLOUR Kidney BEANS TOMATOES lalmnt mad?

? AT ANY WINN-DIXI. I. To whom ... h* .....111..,
16 GIANT BOX SAVE IU j GIANT BOX SAVE 2I| 5-LB. BAG SAVE ))0< 300 CAN SAVE It 303 CAN SAVE nil 1. Upon what cealon?

4 Where may Ihla verve b*


"...found... T** Rib/* Verne

Stae I I, By Bimtiel the Prophet"
48158:49 51 91 I. T* Raul fuel Kit. of I.
FIficw a tall
:
= I tpoej: the lIMe* of tile
dlaobedl**** W taut t. the
is :
:T. saw S : I : wawuuwl utterly dOTUvy*f Cud tile that Awe b*

e ....,..
DlXI' I i and b* look th*
11 Out I ..* |1 .* ee .w* j LMl I .* !L the *r aw : tint I *MI !S. .** tr leas Urn* 1 W4h t). order ./ sees f LllniNh !!. rd.e er cow King ** prleAewr aid lie
people took spoils off th*
enemy.
4. I (amuel IS. XLWlodfleld
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Dancer, eUAdlflg r_only'. 1 N}.rth.....r...

I l/Ot(get t s#ti& etfertfttote and sfamp faretw / t ihte t... '. ''E for i I.IDaleih MM.lime of rUmUi-.th..*..iaullaf. day 10, b Mir nomjnM* run..*t


Properly adjusted ell bumartar
a* .!.. whn* bao4kr
thief. *M b* held ever the
315 West Jefferson Street .ask pip and .. aotUng wtlla
widced. My the fuel OU UUUM -
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C-P SeniorIs Bryant Rites Centennial At Rites Set For County Teams Antioch MB Mrs. Neal Is Northside Glee


Chosen Held SundayLife St. Johns Church Willie C. Smith Win In TourneyThe Church News Buried Sunday Club To Appear

Hutiha Bradwell a graduating chapter end for Mr,, Saint John African Method! Willie C. Smith passed at the Salem Rsmelts snd I The SunahuM auxiliary will Funeral service( for Mr*. The Glee Club of NorthaMo
armor, i* our school's Betty George Bryant well known I Episcopal Church Quincy, will Gadmlen County Hospital Sunday Friendship Eagles are girls sndboy : meet Thursday evening, 5 p.1. Lillie P. Neal High School under the direction
Crocker Homemaker of Tomor c-ltiwn of Quincy, lie pamed .t: celebrate a pre-cenlennlal: day 6:60 am. Feb. 16, following divisional championsamong at flee horn of Mr*. RoaennaHobimon was conducted of Mrs. Edna Hargrett will
row. She achieved the highest horn In the Highbndfr. community program Sunday at 11 *.m. an extended iUn .. He U elementary school basketball Thursday (-80 p.m. from St. Matthew Primitive appear in recite], Tuesday, F.bruiry -
I core In a written knowledge 2pm. Monday, Feb The speaker for the occasion Is a native of Alabama, moved to teams. Friday, 8:80 p.m. the Junior Baptwt Church Sunday, 3:30 25, 1964 at 3.00: .
and attitude examination given 11 A native OI.l""MoII County Willie L. Wllllsms, principal/ of Gretna with members of his The annual elementary baa Missionary Board It sponsoring pm. February 18. She paaaedt the school cafetorium. p.rn.In

December 3, 1888. General MillsInc he moved her with other member Northside High School, Havana family several year ago The ketbsll tourney, western division a WaistLm Party, ": home Thursday, Feb. 13, following ., The NorthsW Glee Club per.
", sponsor of the program, of his family severs 1 St John AMB!: Church U storebearer deceased was gainfully employ was played at Carter-Par- mice to be exciting Mr*bla7;] an extended Illness, The form exceptionally well and is
year* 1trO. H* was a retired of the St. John community ed by School deceased, a native of Alabama,'
will award her a "Homemaker In Gretna. rsmore High gymnasium Etta Bergen entertaining. known throughout U>* Big Bend
:JOC'lafu..cem
and school both moved
of I her
had worked for with other members
of Tomorrow" pin to signify her carpenter, a to Monday evening Supt. Psrthell announce that Area.
achievement, and her teat paper local concern for several years which are highly regarded on (!-WJia he Joined Beulah Hill The participating teams Include Sunday School will! begin .t She of her family several years ago.\ The upblie U cordially Invited
the educational
will be entered In competition prior to his retirement county level and Missionary Baptist Church Soulhslde Chattahoochee, \I:30 ..rn. All teacher and weal was gainfully employed by to attend this recitaL Admission
for state honors The deceased joined Elizabeth community where he rendered pupils asked to a business concern.
*ervic.. Springfield Gretna Friendship, sass report on U Free.
The State Homemaker of Tomorrow Missionary Baptist The church until a few yearshe Funeral services for the deceased Qult.cy time The deceased joined St. Matthew -

will be awarded a $1,. several years ago where ago served the ordinal purpose will be held Sunday at The Eastern division was played The Junior Mioaionary Societywill Primitive Baptist Church Choir UnionIn
of the community religious and and
600 college scholarship and will rendered his services Boulah Hill Missionary Bap- lant evening between Stevens meet at the horn of Mia served on several auxllir.
he named a national finalist.: Funeral services were held educational. And as of today Bet Church The Ito,. 0. L. Lewli Quincy, Midway, Pine-Park ilaunn Branch p.m. Sun- lee A short program preceded
Her school will be presented from Elizabeth, Sunday 3 p.m some achool-communily activities I pastor In charge. A ahort Havana and SI. John, Quincy. day. the eutogy. The Rev. W. E. Me- MeetingChoir

with a set of Encyclopedia Britannica with the Rev. R. Junious minister the are church.still being rendered at I program will precede the eul- Saint John boys, last year'scounty B.Y.P.U. with President Mellon. pastor delivered theeulOfl" Union No. 3 wa heldat
awarded by Encyclo- In 1I.I'e. A short programmrrala champ are expected to Shad Gion In charge will )
.......,.-., ,.-..... ".' .._- u."_.._.... -...-.n...,,-,,-, O' the *ulo Sunday 1964.
/girl) will receive a 1500 scholar: The surivors are: Mrs, Para founded by the late Mr Green I Smith wife, Willie Ray John !are seeded number one. The urged to attend. Neal Sr., Chattahoochee Mrs began S H The
Chip rBr.nt, wife James Bryant Ball I prominent citizen of the and David Lee Smith eons 'St. John red clad devil are Willie Dean Smith, Ft. Myers, program at p.m. wascalled
In the spring, State Homemakers brother, Mr*. Oliver Bradley county who later donated and Muse* Route, & lma Fay Shirley 'also seeded and ire expected to Frank Neal Jr. Gretna, Bob to West.order by the chaplin
of Tomorrow each Mr*. Eloise Kenzy, Mrs.Eleara deeded a tract of land to the T., Angelene Willene, and represent the easternersFriday City Wide Meal, Orlando, James and Rich- Deacon The
accompanied
Brown Mrs Pauline late L. D. and Wesley Mitchell, Ruby Smith daughter*. Jeff, i at 6 o'clock terard Neal Gretna, sons Mrs president request all
school advisor evening ,
by a and Jake Dlxlon presidents of each choir to be
Hlckman Mr. Unit Thomas, who later constructed Ushers Meet Deal
John Miry
II., John Frank Buster' the championship battle will Smith Hardaway,
will educational get
enjoy an present at business meeting
expensed : and Mill Shirley Bryant, bush arbor under ; Miss
; and Clarence Smith brothers Carolyn D. Neal Chatta-
The winner of
underway.
tour Will I respective each before
which services The City Wide Usher Union Tuesday night the
daughter George Jr., Charles were held, with hoochee
Mm Ida Lee Mr daughter, Willie of
Myrtle liar- division will vie fur
Umnhunr Virginia, Washington third Our
,
Sunday
Reverend held next meeting
and James Bryant., sons Interment Allen Jones serving Ita'eA'1I1a.r meeting, Sunday Louiivillie Ala -
rell Mr and
*. Irene Will Jackson

D. C., and New York City the Haygood. and honors. will 'be held at New BethelA.M.E.
va )held in the Smith ai first psstor. 3pm. with Mt. Zion Pri-
The trip will be climaxed with Mra. Christine Smith, sinters. Monday evening the results mitiv Baptist Church enter Plttoburg Pa. Emmitt, and Church Th collectionwa
Samms-Jackson Funeral The
cemetery new edifice wa* started Interment will be Eddie B. J Jackson Gretna bro-
the naming of the 1904 Betty made in I are as follows: friendship vs. taining. Chaplin Felix Moten $58.02.Union.
Horn In charge. by the late Reverends H. E. he St. Paul thers.
CrOt'ker.1I American Homemaker Daniels cemetery SimmaJackson Salem girls26, Sslem I conducted the devotional
M. pro
L. Whit and
of Tomorrow. She will othersawiting. ; Funeral Home Iaohare. Friendship Eaglet, ex coach of Following the Interment was conducted In
gram. opening
be chosen on the bards of her Mt. Zion PlansMortgage main The area houses the .. ;the opponent, Salem Greensboro selection the Rev. Jeremiah St. Paul cemetery. Simms-lsck- Chapel

original! test score together with lunch auditorium paatorlumand trashed the Salem five Gee, read and appropiat scrip son Funeral! Horns in charge.
personal observation and interviews Burn room. C-P High 3713. The Southslde lassies lure St. Matthew 25 111. Church NewsChoir
during the trip.: Her The membership, 269, Is rank fell short, 6-34 to Springfield Maxwell To Speak
will be Increased to ed third In the Quincy Die girls The President Alveeter Robinson Union No. 4 held Iota
scholarship Springfield
$6,000:: National: runners-up Mortgage Burning Day at Mt. trict. Reverend H. Ford prom School NewsBy eliminated ChatUhoothee by boy a introduced the mistress of ceremony At MacedoniaThe meeting at Union Chapel A.M.E. .
will receive $4,000 $3.000 and Zion Primitive Baptist church inent pastor of the connection wide margin Mrs Pearl West, who Churoh 3:00 p.m. Sunday
$2,000 I scholarships, respective Sunday Feb. 23, 1064 I U serving as pastor Elou!.. Williams sad The Salem girls defeated the presided moat queenly. Rev. W. N. Maxwell and February 6, 1964, with Chaplain -
Linda D..I. The speaker for the congregation from Mt Shoemake
The pastor officers and Sundsy' program will Includethe Springfield five occi Hose H. and PresidentR.
ly. members of Mt. Zion Primitive following participant Mr The Lion observed Negro Friendship topped 26-13 and lon, Rev. Timithly Ganiou waa Missionary Baptist Church Porter presiding. All Choirs
: *
Springfield
Baptist Church wWi to thank liola Smith, Julius Fisher Mrs I HiMonr Week February 11-18. 30-23. Introduced by the pastor Rev. Rotertoville will have charge of were present The song *ervic*
Jesse StrawterIs Negro History Week I* a week Jeremiah Gee Rev Ganiou; I services, the first
their many friends of both. races Roberta Stephen, Thomas Wll- Sunday In was enjoyed by those attending.
for their donations, aentlce IIlma. Willie! L. Pittman Wil- set aside to recognize outstanding pastor of one of the leading i March. He will peak in behalf Total amount raised wa*
,
Reassigned and prayers In making this day bert Caldwell Mrs. A. K. Stevens Negroes and their contributions Arnett Chapel churches: In Tallah_. I of Mr*. E. L Barber' Club. $262.18. Th next meeting will
a !IU'c_. Mrs. Florence Robinson to the American Society The offertory wa "00.20. An ,Invitation U extended to the convene at St. Mary C.M.E.

We will b* entemlly greaU Clarence Bryant Mrs. Elease Church NotesThe It wa aimuonced that the public to attend. Church Mt Pleasant, Florida.Sp&&GbYUREL1Nese .
Mm Airman /
KEKSLErt AFB, -

Richard Hardln Robert next business session and
ful to all of you. Moore, Mill Betty William hicks program
Second Class Jean. L. Rufus Peoples Richard will b held the third Sunday
Our program will begin with and S. 1L Wilson. Anderson
Rtrawter of Havana FIs, I s Sunday School Sunday and Cleveland llardin of Young Women Auxiliary in March at Elizabeth Uiss-
hiring reassigned to Eghn AFB, at 1:46 a.m. Morning morning worship The captain of finance areas the N.F.A. Chapter A, Anio met at the home of Mrs. 1008Ba.pU t C41urch.Men's .
Pie, following his graduationfrom at 11:16: Afternoon follow: Richard Gordon, House, Eugene Ward, and John Gladys Jones, Feb. 19, at 7:30
th* g am. Edward Butler, Joe Kenon, IsoFrancis Smith of p.m. A delicious menu wa serv [
Jj dlc.Jtan worship begin at 8 p.m. Rev. M. the NFA Chapter B,
At
course for Air i 1 G. Mile, Prwident of the James Wade, Rev. Drew Robert N*.ly, Cantii Williams, ed. Day
Fore air traffi controller Ellis, Arthur U Thorn, Mr .
Theodore Sunday School will begin at
Earnest
State of Florida' Primitive Davenport,
here, Haml Anthony, Mrs. Louise Blessed By 1ESTEB L OOLEMAK MIX> .
Baptist Convention will deliver Willlama, and Walter Moody of 1:30 a.m. with the Superintendent HopeBlessed
Airman Sl.rawter wa trained the .ddre a.. All churches and Rutherford, Mrs Ella Shaw, the NFA Chapter C, along with wt their poet.
In airport traffic: control friends have been Invited to Mrs Fannie Brown, Mrs Georgia their sponeon Mr M. Tucker All officers and teachers are Hop Missionary Bap- Reducing Birth Defects
tic Church will observe Men'sDay
and radar approach control operation worship with us, The Burning Flgger and Mrs. Lelia ShawSte Mr. N. Bower, and Mr. P. urged to report on time. MornIng -I Sunday at 11 ..m. and 3 ..... "
techniques, ceremonious. will follow the Woodberry motored to Tampa worship servic will began
The airman" eon of Mr and Iddl'_ James AME to attend the Florida State Fair at 11 ..m. Call to worship by p.m.Professor services Robert VITAMINS unqantlonablr BUInled ted wire of the
Mr*. WIllie Strawter Sr. of Rt Dinner will be served Immediately Leonard Blakely, Eldrldg Jones our pastor Rev. A. H. Hunter, of Bryant Cartcr3rrsmor assistant hays special value M food *upplsment thicknea of a hair 1*now being
2, Havana, Is a gradual of after the ceremon- Church NotesThe and Jerome Barnes of the 4H who will bring the message Principal School *. Unfortunately1 the y used in the delicate operation of
High
Quincywill
*
NflrUmlde High School. boos aim The Junior choir and th. have been misused and
attended the State Fair. be speaker for the morn- used", reuniting the cut end of amalj,
.. ;- ----- -- ---- --- On February 7, Patricia Junior uaher will serve throughout nff servke. abuMd :Many people take vitamins nerves Bilk th1'ea41u been replaced .
Stewards of St. James Brown Hazel Banke and Gloria the day. Indiscriminately without
Rev. T. T. Jllt'k ot10t'.1 by the steel wire because
will be celebrating their anniversary Lang of the Carter-Parramar<< The Senior Missionary Bodty epastor of Mt. PInt Ml elon- any knowledge of their purpo,, Inflammation and scarring were>
Sunday, The programfor will meet at the home of
future Teachera of America" r
Tallaheuxwe content or dosage found to be leas
Baptist Church marked at the
Cry
the hat been
day outlinedto Club accompanied by their and Mrs. S. L. Brown, 218 3.
Include three services. During sponsor, Mr B. McClary motored Corry St., at 4 p.m. Feb. 23. All 1 will be the guest speaker forth Tet vitamins. aem a Very site of surgery.
\ the 11 o'clock session, Rev. to Miami Florida to attend member are auk to be prevent.Viators afternoon service starting important runc- Lessened Inflammation
N. F Sumpter and his welcome. It 3 p.m. Uon when there
congregation are Sinter F.
the Florida State Teacher Association.
Th them for the occasion At the University of Roches.
will the services. U known .vWd
sponsor Brown chairman Mr*. Sallie
Men Match The Times'1 tar of Kieatlflo toveetl-
to
a 'ts0 group
1P Anderson vice chairman Th A. nc* of a parJUosntly.
t Th. Lion are proud to announce the committee
I program along ratoN under the direction of
Sunday School will commence addit- C.& League will begin at 6 p. Ucular deficleoe7 :
four
I.t the usual time 9,45 am ton to the Lion's temporary staff They m. President Joseph Long Jr.urge with Green the Sr.pastor and members Rev. la Robert look- E Dr. Raphael Cllento bare been
I with P. E. 1charge. all members to be applying an lectrta current
Woodberry Mr Velma Brock pre- W
.sat are major hog forward with anticipation
Q mathematics; Mrs. Joanne put l to make a contribution to For day at Blessed tamla B Complex through the stainless steal wire
a great
I s O O Or I On Thursday evenings at I II Thompson, major English; Mr. the topic. Revering service will Hope wa combined that were used in wound "They
o'clock weekly prayer services Alfredo Stoke, major aoclplogy l begin at 6:30 p.m. Sunday Duiner will be served 1m- with VIM found that a negative electrla
are conducted and after these and Mr. Herbert Barnes, major School Board Monday 6.30 p'eF' lledJtejY"'followill the clwf ..W Oolemaa tamla C and current, when passed througt
K-rvlws Rev. Or* Bridge m. Official Board, Tuesday, the** wires,, definitely lessens
) conduct history aU of Florid A M of aervice. given to women
$100.00 JACKPOTAT healing services in whichth University. pm. Prayer meeting Weds during their first three month the degree of Inflammation.It .
public Is Invited to attend'I Our Guidance Counselors cia) 6:30: p.m. Junior choir rhea of pregnancy Dr. Lyndon A. wa found", too In this

Stewardess Board Four will Mrs. E. Butler and Mr. E. Shepard al. Wednesday?,7i30 p.m. St. Stephens Peer and his colleague, workIng unusual study that the Dega-

be entertained Friday night at will attend the State Guidance at the St. Barnabai Medl- tin lctiia current actually
T:30 p.m. In the home of Mr. Conference at Florida 21 Tanner Chapel Church News cal Center in Newark, utilised help to prevent blood clots
M. J. Knight, who resides
on and M University February Primitive these and other vitamins with within the wound area an St.
438 Elm Street.Stewardess Service at Stephens
JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS Board Two will 25.Friday night the mighty CarterParramore Church Notes Baptist Church will com a group of women who had tend to promote cleaner and

be entertained In the horn of Lions defeatedthe menc 10, a.m. with Supt. previously given birth to children more rapid healing.

Mn. Ola Holmes at 3 o'clock. Lincoln High Tigers with acore Tanner Chapel Church: note George Bradley in charge. with cleft palate or cleft Opposite Effect
service Sunday at Tanner I The young club meet Sunday Ups
Chapel
of 77-66. The sown for
I I The current the
positive on
Birthday Party the B team were (4-63 to favor I I. a* follow Sunday School 11:30 *.m. with Rev. Oliver Birth Defect Diminished other hand tend to producethe
5 BONUS WINNERS of Uncoln. with Jimmie I Card Supt la sub Bradley in charge. Home "
klissioa will be held the horn There va enough evidenceto opposite effect
Mis Mary Elisabeth Sapp The Lion would like to wel log all teachers and pupils to at
'daughter of Mr. and Mrs John, com the following inntructors meet on time. Morning service of Mother Hester William, make them conclude that Bringing such a highly tech.
REGISTER AT 11 Evening worship Sunday S p.m. the frequency of cleft palate meal Mlentlflo experiment to
,Sapp was honored with a pout- back to the den Mr*. B. Alexander at .m.
'valentine birthday party on Saturday : Mr*. I. Holt Mr. C. Holt, 6:30: p.m. the Junior choir will 1 A benefit sermon sponsored and other birth defect ws the attention of reader ha avery

Jitney Jungle Jitney Feb. IBtih. The party was Mr. t:. Scott,, Mr*. A. Smith, serve throughout the da y. by Mrs. Bessie Hobney will be definitely l diminished by high special pul'pOll. It high
or Jr. given by the honors*'* godmother Mrs R. Stephen, Mot M. Bisk- Thursday night '1:30 pr.yermea delivered by Rev. Robert Murry concentration of carefully selected light the limitless activity in
Mr. Katura Squire. ely and Mr. N. Sumpter. nr. The Church of God 1 F p.m. This program i* given vitamin In exact doses all area of scientific research
BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY (Eighteen guest helped to make member will be in charge of in behalf of the Baby Genteel "Infant born to the vitamin- A aeni of hop and a feeling
the party a Mary that quality that servic Sunday Feb. 23. at 2 which will be held later.A treated group of patient were of security! Is the message It 1*
7 P.M. SATURDAY would like to th.her: godmother permits us to hope that somebody a.m. we are asking the public to Gospel Bulging program protect from some birth defects meant to convey
and else will do something com and worship with us any- will m* held Sunday 7 p.m. "
friend for a wonderful : they pall This 1* an area of scientific
which I Ie sponsored by Willie
tlnMt. for us. time. l mpton. A. total of 578 pregnant we curiosity and enlightenment.Th ..

Prayer meeting i Is held each mill war studied. Out of thssa, researchers who speculate
Wednesday. night.Former 418 did not receive the vitamin today by the groundwork for
I therapy; 158 did receive it. tomorrow1 discoveries The ape
Birth defect In the group plication of their result bring

IS FOR Citizen treated with theme vitamin greater health and greater
were 50%" ISM than in the un- longevity
Dies In Miami treated group 'While Dr. Colema tanttotmttrtaki

Friend of Mrs. Gertrude Coster Although the statistical mr to ...._ taiittdyal
Rambo regret to team of vey la not yet deflnlUv, there letter., *. win us* reader'
her panning which occured at I* enough encouragement In the ntetHoii* Ire lit column vW*.

P home 22SV N. W, 156 Street, figure for researcher to pur- ever fotttblt and tepee they

PRINTING Miami!, .'1.. Th end cam following sue this intenstlog. project. re of B ral fotorMt Address
extended Illness fetter
an yow to Dr. Coltmm iat

Thursday Feb. 6. THt MAUN9 Of WOUNDS. cars this seseaaaa.-...
I Mrs. Rambo, the former (O MM Bag mssten* IrsdksU lac.IIIe.n-)
I Mia Gertrude Cotr. of Quinsy I
Fla wa well known in the
Quincy area wheN aha wa born
and reared. She moved to Miami

LETTERPRESS In 1938 shortly after eke was THflT'5
married to Mr. Samuel Rambo. n FflFT

Shortly after the couple moved'

.to the south Florida city they
'Joined the Flmt Baptist Church.

Funeral seroct* wa conducted
and from the First Baptist Church,
Saturday which wa largely attended
Aa T by friends and relative,
i including )1.... Alice Laney. and c

Carl Bryant tutor and nephew ..
OFFSETSales re..vectiiwly." 1

i lh survivor arei Brown
\ f Uney and Mr*. Virginia
.8711 r Rambo. hiMband Mrs. Alice
bock of Quincy owters mad
", George Coster brother of Tao TilRKEYTROT/
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Lucille Brawn Quinsy; Rutha RXaD7hlFeCleY
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Tags and Labels Mae Sapp, Quincy Charleston .tME C47tgWiltsripVe'diQPiranst / evk ss toaQcs/
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Majorle Ray Holbdy, Quincy; +RY .
: Benjamin Hall Quiacyl UivnieAroett

627-7649 Quincys Huttrah Hadley. -

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salt! J. C. Walker! Greeajeoor; AGs 3u3tvzc%

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IN TH* DOUBT OF COUNTTJVfXIB the followingdeoeHb4 propirlyn which It now claialflod 11 Ra -, -
CLASSIFIED I QADHMU4 COUNTTKTATC dadaden County, a* let forth > the offlelil aonlni map of/ Beauty Care With A HeartProfmlonal I
ADS WELL DRILLING OP PtSlDA.No I" cold Final Decree, to.wliCommence : lb Cllf of Qulnop shall ..
I 1114 at the Houthraat eII&g" 10 CITkla
IN KB Betel ofMr corner of th* NOli"".' 15th day ed Tsbruary.
Fll ttn* k Complete *. ....,." Brand McMiirry., of the "lIlh..., 1M.
Uno of Daatog Pal MI d-' Erter of Portion II Town- City CMMUlMIOn .. the Cityof
Hoer trrigattoiu A'O'l'1CE OP FILING PETIT/T i Nertk. Raaie I Wool, Gaiety, Floridaliy
FOR FINAL WtCNABOlI o old Count, and lun tkenee B. w Hlnaan
FOR: SALE Good. Coal I H AOMINIPTHATORTO North for a distance ef Nit !{;
: k'nrd Tractor w th or without TERRYROSAHARDWARE ALL WHOM IT MAT CON hundred tINt feet t* Ih. N.r.OoIft".lo" -I afr'
FOR' : iR Nr qulpm.nl. Ale ;torsos and pa1 I I ERN' Point of Boa-lnnlnc. From t. F Cro.. : .
I.e. tt Nell Havana Day CO. I Notice la ...r.., gtv.o that 1 I lhi Mid Bwlnnln. Clrh of City of Quincy and : .4jnJ
ui-iiii. Night, in-.tu hara filed ny Final Bourne aaadmlalatrator rut th.n.. Nurlof tor. dll. Clerk of City Cornmlieion' th.,.nf .
Feb 4. 13 It IT It I 1411 lath Moore 8kTiUahnw PB.NCTA.of the tan of une hundred .."'.''. Fob. 2.:7 :1
FOR aUT' 011. taro b..,...! I *. floridi j..tale it Mr*. Beaufort BrandMcMurriy I ty.five t lit I fed. lknc '
\an tar 'U t.. .;'. two b... d.......: .1. my P.- runS *.l fir a dlilim of NOT r: To lD11)1 AI. AND
room lom for /a. 00 p.r mouth Sit HOT IM lltlon for Final iMecharaa aadtkal o*. hundred I.......' two HOIIIKMOMNI ANn PI.I\UU.
with I ollak4 oak floor* UI.ball FOR SALE I .UI apply to th* Honorable (III) feel thanes nil bath TION CONTIIAI1N'II>
and kltokm aad all ma-. H. r ".,..Id.. Ce.ntyJiidc for a ........ of ... hundred CALL FUR Ull"
.,. ........._ T B. Flclekoriuboro OFFICE ----' ---.- -- -- .f O..... C*.nty. Fierida .....".11.. till feet BeaJed bldi will he r. el\d al
.. ria, Phoao HI I. I .. Marek .. INi. for approval bases rm Rant: for a die- the Roaldeata Kntlne.i Iw Offk*.
I r Mior HI I Mil.f I ., tko semi aid Flaal Ptatkar tame of une hundred twentytwo Florida those Road Department.T :
li FNf f f1tn. WAITING WE MANUFACTUREOUR ** a. ndntialatrator, D.B.NI III) teats the Point ofB'llnalnt U t n. 05 Baal. Oulncy: Florida,
I d room ikoVTI
I ROOMFURNITURE I *f said ealata. Tkta IIdajTnf and kelaar and 11 M A. M nn Frl- +
l>hod apt. Hot ant Cold. Wat.rhnsh January IN4.rtTIBKNI .half __.. day. March It li, III. tthe .1..1..nel
d. ;.21: ... ...*..1..t.. : OWNCUSTOM BANK AND TRISTBy oontalalni mere or ,.eae.., and ltt boles apart romt ... ,r .1.1, :,,: ,..u andrrlnotal < t a
a'bu.. Na 6114660. Call
/I (WI P UIT of the Northout Qiir- of kulldliK 10"d Colhw I
-. .rtor' '_'". ._ Contact T. B. NI...., root officer lei .f the Boullieut \,/u.r.I.r Mroeehiu.nl. ..a i g :-. u.. _
'-1\ lit: T-- I Bdroom u.- I MADE O.rdn.r Une. of Section II Township van to (leonl r.1".. fud>"i.a
,." nl.eI l boor. Hhltr Hlrkt Attorney for Adn.Jan. I Nertk. Ha ire I Weal Oad.- 00..".,. |ok loots.Ilol. Tin bids
C.II title 7.iHH tf Dr. la. Fok. .. It. t* 4t den Count)" Florida will k* opened and announ...dIke .1
tI7W'4S by 10 toot .10,. VENETIAN BLINDS Thli b.I". Ida lame aid ld.nl- Hate and plots. d.lnil>d for
building located .. Wool Jatt.r-1 William McDonald I. t.. (aunt .r 'h. County teal pani. *f real property a* .... vln thim,
sa0 6L. COllt& Arthur a. .. &. Jlld. 004..... C...." wavered to Morteogo r kerelnlam. Ito kid will ke ronilderol Kneel .
I 627.7684
Ja. U. 0 F.... 5. II fI BLINDS RETAPED Florida. .. \..mil, by Laura Mo- It U eubmlited *n 1t sift flY .
... FTokite. Bride, it el In Warranty lined rlal pronoeal form provided ky 1
)'grit Htvr 1"ur"l.b' 4 wnri In rr Rit.t* *f dated May H. 1141. and record. he mate Road l> p*, loan:.
al'' nl,.nrlmint. private kith AWNINGS ROBERT K DTER. .. In Bi ok UK II at Pat* 114.Iat each propoeal forma and t idlloa .Or"..
.id private .fntranc Llcktni D..**.... the 1'111011. HeooKli of Uedidea retarding the bidding p......
,,1 .:Ttt (nrnlihM 8** at N. STORM WINDOWS T. All Creditor sad Peroon '. Florldi, and la further .eduroe and aontrevt fm "11 may
tee: .V.I or sail tilt It -i Ii I Ifivlnt Olilmi or DnandiAtilnet :Aiunlj: : ,. 5s bolee Ihs 8050 end b. obtain*! from the Xeild.nBnilneera ,
Bald Ketatei Identical 1:1 foil ky UI Net offlie at Qi "", .,
ALUMINUM SCREENS Tea and ..... of yen area hereky parcel. of lend on which Modern from Manu.nienl 4 1".1|
nolltl d and required t* pr.- Home Can.tru,lion oinpany le 8rlll". Florida State Road D.p ..
I fORSAlEBOUSES NEED CASH for farm .... Met say clilma act deatandiwblck ..rectlnor h.. ..*ctit, a hll- ron.nl i'hit,le\. )'ln.i'u.
$ tlffni? Ho* your flrm.r-wn.d' I pos or eltker of you, may type (nine dwellln I home for firs P*par I m f tit r..."+".* thi
PCA. Loins IP to f rears 8**I Quincy Glass ,kive ifilnit, tk. etit* of Robert sad al the kehiat of, aald Mortteaor right lo r.J.ci any and all bIle beauty car t li More than 1,000 hoiplUU.ttonwi .
I i Fpr rnlatly. of Montlrcllo Production R. Dyer, ._...., into of kerolnIMUd and t* waive technical art'wa ai. top for palir-nt motels rolls for the gd, mental *n<|
FOR IALB Houio. Mid Intniprtmati. Cr.dlt Awn, Ofdc la rid. Ceanty to tk. County JMdn. Hill Ulh diy ol F.braary may ke deemed keet for thl In.
two' too.on. loot Farm Bureau BMt AND COVERALL CO. I of 0.4..... county rierlda, at A. I' IXIBCAL ir..t of the Hut. tin Nutria 8. Sloan (left1 I, similar institutions are btlnp
4. wit' Owner nrT.finance' kal- I raw .. II,. II. 17 .t ."... la the eoart .0.... oj ( ) B.ur, Manarement A Diinneil Btmaoh piychlatrlit I and chef of women i lHd( during National Beauty)
.r, C..ntct Wtlma W alih.i !. aid County it Qulaoy, Florida i C EHK l"F' CIRCIHTUUKT Hiiht-of.Wav IHvlil ,n services *t South Florida Rut Salon Willi hy number of th.
Pi" *.SI A lo -.nlt. If. SIC Wort Jefferson i wllhln .1. .I.ndu .."Ih. from UADHUkWCIHNTT I Florid. ..... Rued l>....."..*nt HotplUl for nl.ntalcars,ii Ruth .
the tlmo it tho It" pabllcalat /.. FUIRIVA F.... Io, :; It ..rI N.Uoaal1hlrdrellf'ra and Co
MAIn 76641BAOIO this noise. Tw. .ole f By ./Duu.'.. a.. Baur Rlicknrar right), IIn.lden' ntttolorliU Auotlatlon ll ill
II I oath claim or d.nu.d shall b. 1 Deputy In lbs Court of the County Florid Hiirdnieer Auorli-
FOR SALE II I II vrltla. aid akall itat lbs plat. 'IOIILII I...... (lad.d.ll County, ri.r- tine prtpir to fiv! p.tltlllt i states to Lies Iris b .uty Mr
I*f r..ld.iKand post office ail Ida In Probal. ",111".1011.1perm.nent W.T*. to ihut-lM.
I dreei ef lbs elilmant. and shall In tke Court of tk* r.untyJudie. No. Ito l I
k* awes t* ky t". elilmoit. kin adidn Couaty, Florida.In I. rot Kelate at
3.BEDROOMHOME cent or attorney sad acooraKiled frabita. JULIA UIICLFKR: UTKS:
: a fee of on* I": re: K.titi efKdltk Dm.......
JljSHIRTS sod sack claim ar aiatandt : W hull.Id tiw.tmnn, T. All Creditor. and .."....
*.. I. all MM ahlll ... "*lit Da.4. slaving liimi or D.mtn4i
TV SERVICE PAM P ANIIKKHON: : To All Crodlteri aad ", ,.0... Acaln.l laid fcelal' *! i If 'MOST BEAUTIFUL BRIDGE'N I I
A. .dmlnl.lretor of Ih* Karsts Havens. CI.".. or l>*maid Ts end seek 01 you are ..re.
....1" ee All of Robert R. D)'.l. deceiiedrir Aiilnat Bald KitataiTa I't notified Bad required t* pre.
Investment
Excellent Hake led ...... .t pukllxitlea ..1&. 5. till m4 sock of you ar* ..ar.. .et any slims sod d.masdswhich
Price I D. ... JOHNSON b7 notified and riqulrid t* pro you er either of ...,
Attractive aFrO MAUIO WBIOOain) Allo...., for Admlnlitntir sent any olaluis sad d.mandlwbluh may have .Unit lbs .ut.. *
and I III B. 11'......,.. CtnolQulacjr you. er .11 hr *f you. may Jolla ah.lf.r 1 ut.n. doc.*..,
For Quick Sale. NORAI. caimPUl1DAT'S Floridarek. havo ......t Ills eetat of Milk' ale af rid Counir, I* lbs County
PANTSLAUNDERED I I. It. 14. IT ItNOTIII Whllflrld Itlrertmen. tI........, J".|* .f Qad.din l..unty, .,.
Cash Terms. I I Isle vl Mid Cell, t* th. Ida. at hla offiw m the oeurl
or .ADI4> TT '&6.1:8 FOR BIDB Count}' Judii Oadiden Coualy beer of Mid t aunty it Quinry.
lase w.. NOTICE IB HBRKBT: OIYKN Florida I :"t Ala of Ike I* Florida. within nt c.iendirnontha
MRS. J.L. BETTS that the Board of County Commteoloaefi lbs court .0.... el raid' County from the time of the
FLUFF DRYREPAIRS of Oededia County,I .| Oul.or. Florida. wltkla all flrat puhlicetion .f tlili aolk... (
Florida will receive oealod bUs ealendir inontki from the Hue af T.* 00." .. of sink claim ar ..>
604 W. King St. .P lo I ** .',I. day tk* trd diy ef Merck I,... of rah elalm or skill slats th. pieoi *f .*.Id..i>*
at tk. effto of t.. Clerk of Clr- 1.JeI.h.r't; I* writs* sad o1.Iminy office iddrei* *( th*
TELEPHONEMAIn FRIGIDAIREZENITH soil Court gulitcy, Florida on shall titt the plan of roolJano.and \ and shill loa *wor* I* M' rl
and tke followln- Item for lie* of post efdoe .del..... of the .y lbs .1.,"' .... hi. scoot. *,
7.7204 tI! ALTERATIONSMORROW lb. Read sad Brld.s D.Yartm.olfor lilmint, md chili ke iworn to Nt.re.y and 54-'ompnaiad by a
ate 45) most, .. tr.m by the .1.lm.( his a..nl. .r fliing f of en. Autlar and suck
.... .r bed ......pt..,.. .lInn., and ....."...nl.. ky. a elahs or ........ ant r tlled
Dleeel Peel ,.... I. Mull moot flllnc f r of on* dollar and ...... .ball 10. 0014.
.....If1..lIo.. ky the 10"..,. deist er ....... net M flied H. AI.., .......
Wan Boclety for Te.llni M*. hill k* "*ldIlirold A. .jwulir of Ih* lass Will
; FOR SALE DRIVE IN terlila. DOTS II T FlamPolat. B. mreelmanr and Tiitamint ef Julia BkalferFlret
minimum of III d.. .dmlnl"nlo 01 Ibo 111515N : Las, d........
: CLEANERSVACXTJM SERVICEStewart .roe. PtrenMtt Water sad Rilitii wilifield Bireotman .lolloallo" Ftk, II, till
155 Acre Farm ,,_ ...... A c:...._ .......". should. ha ao more .......... O..r' and Towlei
.
the* I'" ef IV rirei ptibltcMien F. mrr I*, Qui" Florida
I MUm from Quincy All klde ...."' 111.. shall he IKI Feb 10 It, tier, I: li 41 Allocnayl foe I..ul er
...1.. ... r.k. It I*, if,
clearly markedwealed u.r. I 4t
5 room CB ...111... IS percent i - ----I Young'sCAPITAL Bid." NUT Il'lI;

completed, deep well The eight I* re...... hy tk* Notice I* hrby *Ivan that Ik*
.; creek kid several iprlnfi. Board to rojevt aay er all. "..... ('liy lommleelon of the City ofOulncy ..
Mule barn. crib and smoke CLEANERS EDWIN: : MACK CLERK. I Florida will .hold IL.I.II -. :..;;. :
lie
h.irlni I II Id* o M HEALTH
BOARD .
home. John Deer tractor New and Vied Cleaners I OF .COUNTT OAII DEN t Okl.MISSIOVSHU ua lilt Ilk day ef .......1&. 114 al BUILD A HKYSCRArilt aM ,*.pI. .4lt atop U liar, kilt com I

dink harrow plow and him- fOIJNTT, FLORIDA rho <'lty Hill In Qumry. riorld .lr ft a krtd(. and thai who seet WIN mt forte IM aln. tral
mer-mllU Burley tobacco allotment Any mike or modelRepaired ADV 1'.""..' II and Ik. Illi. on th* prep llsn ef ..... sir. or T04PICS\\ Wauty. lark year a ).ry oomprlied tt amlnenl arehlUcU uonilnnori
.1..lfto..l. of
26 acrei con liad.ind PEST CONTROL It sat the folios the loalap ing "..ntlh... lend I. and rrlllra. In s o nipoUUon *p nanol ky Ih* Am rl.

tome pasture. Ililf mill Writ Box S2I. or Peal CoatnlCoaitnl .......... II THB I'IItCl'1"RT OFTMR Ito. Clll 01j..ln..,. Florida. t.. r!\ ear In.tHeU of flleel CAMlnttloti, ....&* Ui* ".It''''' wont 'i
6831
Those 177 \
iciatirul ilorl .
ridi from
HCCONU Iho eonalrMUd. Tk
frontage .. food graded JIDICIAL ('Ill will ** r *entty '
Cairo. Ca. Rae aced HIT' taT FL/miHA.' AND That part W Lot N* II af wliloa-QeeeBeloii Said,.. sear th. Mlafarft kltrrr waa *hM
road. .oaeki raoatkMCiii FUR OADHPKN CUUNTT, Hob.rl City I lylnf Weol ofMtai In 1MI M UM bet &*.|-..an krM|. In th. faUiory *......<
A .... II ........
tAHU NO. I 41 Road No. Ml IRubontStroetl
Lewis H. Gregory Tln.l_... ru. MODERN HONOR FINANCE a>...oMlni to men .. Yam lm.loll.dla.l twtp a.d .W apart at 401 feat r'r men. 1 ha Jurt* ..allodAlI' atnictar a *ra,
I CVtMPANT a Florida Corpora pIM, af said Robert HIT: .. finds MidicolKOMZi A..waw.a antis MhtllvH dramalle ill*. In this funtanlar sects brWlNonKtlitf (

Realtor I I COLLECT tion. record la the office of for ...wlll..., !. and q **nitn, Onb
TV SERVICE Plaintiff \lerk of the Insult Court ofUded.n DANGEROUS .:
II / HOME KITE IIS.1491 ..
....... ..... ( County Florida PLACE
NNln N
TCOMAIiced
12 W. WishlniUn 8U II.... r u SSMACIS'R OFFICE ua-iTU u JUtEII wits ROSA The tneecoleg *Mrlb.d pr. .
UtC: TBOMAk; eel *f Unit eomfrlHnc twotiirrell
.. quincy, Florida tt T>".......ta of lend 4iM>rlbe4 oeI Thorn t* nopUc* tike heists- Party Pie For Lent
RADIO k
tar aocMeata. D.apHe istnrlns
KOTICR or ktORTOAll llowi lo-wlt .. _._
FOItbCU' >Hl ItH HA I.H) 0.aln.1 tb. .u.h..at Cora' lutomobtl tad air tram, 1k*
TV SEBVICEPlumbb TO WHOM IT MAT t'ONCKRNNOTK.B ., of t.o'01... II ef Mid Rob moot ,..._ plac to ho. U al
.P B..8 Jelrwsa la iirnmy UIVONpur.uiet art Chy r.. North III ft, horn*. Every. year, M.OOO per.
BEDROOMS ta Flaal Decree k.lt tea Boilth III ft.W..f .
S ONE STOP a of fU
IUM bm U .
forooloear dated Ilk III ft I ISIS I'olnt ofB.ilnnlnc torn their bom tccldrnla.
nil I Mn*. Mrnm* located Ike I ) day *
MA K<. B.tlm.t to.. teran of Febrviry. \ !>, teat. and ea This I I. almost ot4h 'det 4d
Ins II.. ....d. I.d.,. Met For All Your i.red In liaiiVery Ceo No. I.41of ."d ill accUntal death.
Tile dele, Irperete LlvleaHm. rUtayoo.SupplUt EJecbW tko Circuit Court of III. !'... H.la III ft. North ef tkNuslhw..1 A Mrsprepoiio.. al fatal act
.. .... .. and Judicial ct.oua. In aodUededen for Corner f Lot NaN
.... ... M !>' .1...... koa mall Iron
.... D... *IMMI D.... W III H"nuece ripe and nwa. Needs ('ounly. Florida, la Ikeekeveolyled of laid Hubert City. me *4 a
HI*. Call MA T-MITI WaNes HMI.... TU Board Fishing cauio I will loll ICeet 450 fee lo *t4. Read .11. They ors r*.paaii..l. fur
fur mom leloreietlee .. Writ to the hla-heit en.I nM kldder II;. Northerly alone road trNarlh bald of Ih* KXHU ecMear A
Jerk II I..... 11. Wyan at.erleoea. Gat and OIl Keller Lake TaTquIn Road for rah at the front dee of 1100 at said 101 N. recent .wtr*, Mkaled thai W
fie.FOR. the 0....... County Cou......... 4I. Wilt Ie Nohkwoot rors.r of fatal tallM lhi
SLSERVICE eent
w. D. Hindi S. Boborln In Qulmy. Florida. at II.M AM e' rid lot N. N lneIk7O5 I tom
en_.!!'--'nd dar_of March Itl4. fl. N Point a4 11..1".'.,, lolvd '*noo* (S years
ROCCOPIPE -- --- --- ---- - o< at* or or Uaajr fall occur

SALES o* .t.in sad floor*, 1f trlpplaiovor

Bedroom Hot..*. LowDown SPECIALS looe shade or ll*.. left
Lw whom they 4o tat ,Ioa. Pall
Payment -
CO. FAST
Flnine- & SUPPLY I ; il.** occur UMM( t....* .... .J

Inc Monthly Already' PiymrnU.Arrmicd. Nor- 44 YEARS OF SERVICE ECONOMICALFACTORY REG. $499 IMPERIAL 20 FT. year of ..*, Muallr at a reel)
of climblaf around a booe I.aid. w-
min McMlllin 1011 Magnolia T* This Area REFRIGERA TOR.FREEZERCOMBINATION or o.I..... wkU pilnllnfmaklaff / .

Drive. U PHONE J12I5J7 ......, hoooecleeainf

Ul.I.MIar.etTALLAHASSEE. TRAINED a Ia play.Them .

I* t H ofdo-l.yowe.llOMahold
11 IIJ v.'a. ::1.j FLORIDA ropairlM aid Ihx had

$399 with trade edited to tbs nneaber ol horn

occitI..... In lett, many laiduerle ) ,
WANTED r Typing .a lie don.1t see aicomia ntor* oncofMd *- Wiles.l'f:.

hom.. r.1I MAin 7.577. II 100 Per Cent Financed / REG. $349 19 FT. IMPERIAL UPRIGHT with th* 'r.Ihe-Joh 1.jotl .- this sad .hlln.. which are easy M buy III .... I' Co.I/parM.r"j

WANPKUi, Parl-tlm* office work BRICK HOMES /ON AU MAJO AffUAMat \ that th* on-Ih*Job Injury.Th ,. combined with tiny prWR pees la *r.m."T. : t
0' any kind. ,..flr afternoon FREEZER $279 second kadint 4.*** ofoeelh a a asi wj with p1..roqIeV70
maM
Would Uk fall tlmt >>' a/ier Air Stee. Completely tlnlakvcd. !i. Ik* ....... I* fir' ., with poldos veal tap .ri lite ...11.
April 1. AI.... U l). Bolea lit Prim Start it liars than I DUO losing their .. JIIft PIwbwi 1 hoot .: wa..si '
re I*. II fr .-.1
II
| ll '. oW ,
$7200for FARMER'S RICHARD T. MORRISREFRIGERATION blew ). th* taws Iroa this ,
ItKAUC: HIU.P WA.VrD .Sod Wtrh tt&t or'a, KATOOOmir
3-Bedrooms.
llituri* end woman flung sos for..routine Ikre. "ITPln >-J $46.39 per month HARDWAREMAIn weather. aH hosting:: chocked eouipmilhoald her ** lrwi,.
Bei M rue M evef.lly
pee wek. Writ 'edry rfla.fOtis
llmti In own hand writing |lr- W* lM accept your old horn "Your RCA Whirlpool Dealer" ,....Ie dcloctio opcrilMMkAnotbar 7Itlbspf/ ,
,
Inexperlenca and hearty rat* U trad*. 7-6149 ._ ol So.... pip. frosts p.. QPS'kdI.t8s10.4a' p"
..pr tad. tl Wrtt P. O. Ben lit 9 South Jackson St. Phone 627-6548 hose deaths IaMIqwl, anKMivoonf Oat t04l. sal frosts anus \ erul1lt&

or Phono ( :: OiII .shrimp ..., U apt

... 1 ll-1t4H"1 U.II: 1 377-6838 NOTICE or APpLicATION-FOB-TAX DEWS lain _w..r.l I 1/2 eop .Uk 1 bbl..poonl e.wsuP
'our lUth of thrai. stew kt lh* ..ipss..
Cairo Ca. La. 105iI.PR wIa.1.od Silk
Ito
tI SPINET PIANO I NO'I'IcII HKRRa orvrx. tkit ciuntr.n: n pnmiiirthe M.
1964 Zlf-Zif Machln*. MTJi holder of Ike fallewloc rortlftaate ha filed raid certifleete Over low iilUoa Aaterlcia* I owdI-**.eaaltM\arl
:
BUYO..a for a tn dead to ke l: eed tk.rem Tk* NrItbmte .smba. andKr *r. Injottd sock Ml Bom* '"
cask or will take !$.*. Py .f !.....*<.. me dMorlpilo .1 Ihs property, sag tk* .*.. tKidenli, Safety tit* ,brlt,. Mash yos Ie Iii W"?.., "f _11IM ., eolt u"
ftI1latfJ
lbl u wa ........ ar. a. fellow.rut. .. mast
wentWrite AUa P....* for r*,poa meet dlinilly; 11ia014 Wl* llSIGHTSEEINQQUr milk is wsdiws-lilsd uws ss. ddratld.Add

Crntcra. tS. N. Palates SUPenaacola HOMESDogsberry party' w* imaraatM ran't W t Y.er., Mwrlplios of "' .... I. WhkbK. ........ Md: lebauri pour lots s 1-I/M" rand wssrols 2r4lhio
.
....... areas11E Isis
/.wsas PIONH7 10. .
.
.lVOy
Fin. 71 .*wtl4 *........ SUnply : .J wNk fork SOW 3usl
:
Inhedlav U III t-oti I aid 0, (Ik. t Miaipteii Hekoeo ..ate* .. by lsspeaa1sl.5vor lilt dphIll
*.*.* ad oil Mpneat I ",.. D.1I.. r IfT, Poelloii 14 dsmp.o.d. (If Igale.tle add uotMr t.b1. po1Iq sold wota to

suar.ater sod *errIM and IT Tewueklp ( Mertk. r ; wales dagh Mid ....tJIot.) line tilts NIl. E all sot a '

policy. For ingrrtlosWrites Hani | Weel .....d ba .,.".. M 8' lop sI _rtIa. Vila, pastry 11':1
FOR SALE I All .r add prepinr belays tk* Cuity ., fladedea, Slat! :i1 est l. RI lap sf..-.111" ...talo S pie!
= HOB* Offtr Joptto .f PIMM.. II sharp fa .....a..eA
.... ... A'... eo, at. "' '' brows '
TUCK PUno Co. .I.pile. M*. 1.1... uck Mrtlflral* or reHlfloal rasp loa rd...*4 oeoordlni fooi pill
IMS roaD pWtII
f '---'i II to lass Ike preiwrtr dMarlood I" PtltlaSl* or ."" ..... ( 1l.) II aISdas
1-TOM ,.UI. I ttflrsea will k* eld t* lbs kik.et bidder .r tbs eevrt brow
i. .. the net Monday I* Moulk *f Arid !.... *kl f Greenwoodand I 'tk day ., April, I....
4-SPCCC: -- -- ---- -- -
OVAL WHEELS. Dated tea led day of pkrry, IMi.IIAU .

1 TRANSMISSION AND EX ( EDWIN HAtn p _.___ -'woen.ugt-o::.... \ ,

TEAS. CONDITION LUU Clerk: ., Clrrolt Cn rt of 0..... County, florid
1: NEW. PRICED FOR QUCKSALE. : Sunset Acre. ummmm1IOf..1IJ: [ [ s/Imusla V Ber, .......,. Clerkrok. _

a .
4. II II. tf 41 !

1 CLARK PLEMMONS NUT KB: OF APPLICATION FOB TAX :11&11
TO ",OIYI rAf. AND t+.
..* 14.11. FB.NOTICB _
MOI IKMUVIWI AUK
See GandyAT MAte T4MI
Jack PhoM DaMOUTION CI NTtlACTO ) IB MCRFBT GIVEN. Tkal H B. Hook, tk* holder
I CAU. FUR flint ., Ik* t.lbw/ag oertlfkoiee kea fll4 aai4 .."If......* for lei
lasted will ke ratohredtt deed to k* Caned Ikereejo Tko eertiflrot aemkera and rear* Wleeeaac
PAT II.IK BIUA ......,..o ,. U* Redid >t Ka.iae.r* W *. Ik* H.errlptkm of Its property, aod Ik* ** I* whisk
KING COLE a..rgatt4 ., rUilkl* horo flea rurid Mat* Head Iwpoilveal. II .*. aeMeied *'. aa ,.../..*,
aeellent' Im.im. with A.o. ,as- \. M BaM, (dslny.
I ..L'PLRMARUITQVINCT. _,.... Wrtte Mr*. Uerotky IU.. rtor.4* it ll,o* AM.. iitavT i Of. Tear .f Prp.lPTIOM. OP Bam to WhkhBe r AVS pe.Alotfp
IlK, Are IMM. .,....... P a eo Prtiay. Menfc otk. 114, let &-ea'r Aeeoooed
.
fLORIDA ... U. M/m, ,....._ Ira tk* rte e4 reeMTal ar ._.- tbSb
...... sr 5. n ititoo sad r.mavcl W ImlWi** II |!4l Blwb L Marrlao* Catal ***. f......*
Phoa. MAhk ,.,ut DJ I 's54 Nbor a..es.ahm.se. eo imaty uoa 4 Tewoeklp I Bert*. r rayrbt

S. IS, W..5 .t ". II...e I Wool
MUalMUNIfhtaFOR I Job xa : .-u-t.: p* (Ml Blk. 4. Mirrteoo r elite. tee. Cake.*
kM will ke ..s..d sad ..__. t ton 4. Towaeklp I Bortkj leas 9lV O'lowl d0.s.*
LEON .. al Ike Um and .'_ __. Boats I Weet III sense dear P.a.w.rtrafr.4.

iMed Me M4 for Will rerelow ke _; tkeoi........ V.- tt INI Blk. I*. Hrr1ee r*<*l*. lIMo Cab.... .5dy.4. rr dane.LO .
MOBILE HOMES llooi 4, Townealp t Nertk.unf .
Woo II li eoovilled eo Ike *((" .
.
SALE1963GALAXK '. I Wool aero
io4 ptooeeol form pwrtdod of
=alas Sorrko ''I.. luie II.... iMpe"_.*. 80M tl left Wk. 4. Varrte**)uRni.. (o*. v......* ,
*r.*oeol terms and Mter.ut5 ll*; T. t Hart*.
Tatl.lts.Card..r. ',......,.* tk* bl....* .._...* IUe|* f WEN t oero
Dew Moab eel eoeimrt ..... may ko oktaleed tl lilt I''''. ... narrlee*) .ae.... .... .,.......
FORD Cwr. .."'.rt from tk* .......... tssla- IK.O a, 1_.... Name,
ITkw .**. Used TMDMo I IN 1 M ofrte *4 Q.u>r ar fro Boa** I Wail u. 5.154

C CHhkdrr. EM******** r... ir .,.. ,,rl.rds mmianal peas.A Bead tomml'aatlmaas llrmack.rao' tl IMI Tract L llarrtooo) BotoJe. **.> Cak_. ALL WAYS

Good CoadJIMMV Port Gray ** OIl'... n..4, tie..*. .a.I Was Towaeaip. >4.l I wed ,
sod Tied.Will. W* hsdato df fir. '[ D.p.nail se..5 Ikerioat ....,e..aail/be
HISS. 1 -- -- --
t* r*>ee* Sap sad all bar &JI ., said properir koHif I. tk* "sooty ., Ooeedea But*
to* T". Car tradedo .a4 to ..... teroooal error. 4 '1- I PAHHlIP"III tits $..thmm.Lad. .
C-'I Tlau.(4ANLhANT ... Wo !.... KOOb SEAL .. over k* dooeaed knit for IkeUMoreot Cotes seal .*...1"'>*t* .. .*f4lfk..l.* hV ko ,....... A IOTAMi6eAN
of Ik* Put, wdioc 4o k>w tk>* ptooany Ortbad fo aok o-iftca4o oreortllweue and kit daaoq. "IIIM CarIGe ...... oC Barb.sewsmauls
0. S. t. W mO ml .l Meaoo-eotoa ollor ........ wUI ko sold M asa kiel ki4iir al tko ooevt ko.a* y Oktr kw.. UM. SW..a Attport *k lanktrotm. thIMavarteadcTk

"RrRmyaBTATSV6, T.... .... I -.." I *... o*> IM fire Me**** kk Moot* o4 Apt*. II'". wkat I* tk* prloM .."..... hid polar. Priers Xwrlar

dui *. .ta.aoa ,... M.f..e.- RIa.-rMreM IU day ef April, IM*. mad PfiiiniH ...... oar M 51., ....*.. Pan Parl*. PronUotVloww
114 dk tad tow Ck saw ".. a>*WtMi T.11.M.eo. I'1aIWa I us..N to twwetal.n ..... Ikio rrd dey of Peknery. 1144. CRwoo' a M kUrljnoOJ eald thai rnMdIIofI ..
it****slam
la Its QHsVf KOW/M CAlIk CLERK eW
: ( JUU
Nt.i g Ala.rV II,. 1211 W. T_ I Lee.. pvktkrlt law her I riwirr (cot PIT f r HAtrWElt reaxHMC bar rtMd k* Ih* Dultai UUOM .to ..!.* of hw tok.peidla .

h gI .t e..t -e"a .plena,St.u kiM nuaqr ar iwmal tl.... mA.Wig. .ODA < .vrU|* tr.* lakoo to full .,,-, trllk tU Cab*.
(.11 s stile IU/! aavlt a .... 221.8101K w .1.- dual Ulttl let."'--It-. .asasa.d tilt..... b.swe Rower CetINb&
M write P U. Bo* IM Tel i ttatl.is. that .p.*ar t* th* phttc -I I Apasr (O..d .. AAA HAffK ,
.100_' 1'\- p... ,... L1> I" MI dl potipt cewntr I
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t'RTEEN CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUtNCY FLORIDA, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 1M4


,In my January; article. Just l!encyclopedia by my chair and 30-Day Weather I HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS feeling so hungry Then
wont want to eat much
o
prove you never can tell when get In a bit of Interesting read- an editorial. ft
Bits And thing you say will come home ng. That way th* time passes OutlookThe ; the noon whistle blow.
,to roost much faster, end It's educational make It easier to follow )'
Ii That' the difference Innowapap.r RECORD FOREIGN STEEL IMPORTS by Marjorie B. Gregory. planned diet.
By the way, Rev Burn I I. M
Pieces and Mn Burn I ls 88 He' UI1 or magazine ads Thirty Day Agricultural Foreign steel shipped Into the country reached an all.1.1mebllh Home Demonstration Agent The best way to controlweight txx!
, ,tall and erect and doe his own You don't have to read them Weather Outlook for the period during 1>63 with estimated Imports of IH million tons., The SKIPPING BREAKFASTDOESNT 1* to decide' the dill .
If you don't want to. But It's mid-February to mid-March for figure topped, by far the previous high of U million tons Imported
amount of food need and <
I HUTCH driving She's mighty well reserved TAKE OFF POUNDS you
BY e { Southeast Alabama -
: a proven fact that people do South Georgia, during the 19511 strike year. eat that much
Just
too but lasisu that Rev no mono
I "Isn't. read th* adi I well rememberthe and Northwest Florid. la- This record flow of forelll1.teel into our country cost the Skipping breakfast doean'thelp lea A homemaker
*
Burn well *t .U Looks ma
Beck In January t wrote a time our make-up man puta wed by theWeather Bureau American steel Industry at least 1060,000.000 worth of business in you take off thoM extra need from 1,600 to 2300 tain -
mighty good to me. Meteorologist the lost of more than 47.000 lobs for Industry employees
Quincy Stall Bank signatureunder Advisory Agricultural 1863 plus ,
II two bout pounds lei day depending her si
Jtttle paragraph or .t: on
.Remem- Tlfton Georgia, February In earlier years, foreign steel producers had plenty of business
Hadaool ad
,
i Rev and Mn W. A Burns being Thing are looking up. Had bar Hadacoi a ? The text matter 17, IS64Temperature: right in their home markets. But now, with steel capacity more This mistaken ides about losing and kind of activities :::
.
In town for the dedication another real nice letter this of the ad was In real small during the next than ample to satisfy demand In their own countries,foreign steel weight by omitting breakfast Sound dieting call for
services of the First Baptist week from IL Y. seeking market elsewhere. causes women and down calorie intake
past Judge type, but I'm told by official 30 days an expected to average makers are aggressively And they are many ting on 1
OItut' b. I also said something Reynolds, It read; of the bank that had below normal for the period offering products at prices far below their American competitors.One girls to feel sluggish and erase: eaUr.. simple lunches and
about my brother, Harry, having "A* chairman of the Exchange telephone calli concerning they many the Dally mean temperatures reason why' foreign mllli undersell VS. mills lies In steel and to slow down. ting between-meal nibble Nelf
gone to school under Mn Club' Crime Prevention Committee to from 54 employment cost her and abroad Although foreign wage rates Skimping on breakfast can er skimp on breakfast There
advertising.
Burn. I made the statement I wish to thank for new product they were an expected Maximum rang temperatures have been rising rapidly In recent years, steel hourly employment only mean that you are cheating are about 200 calories In a
you .
: then that they didn't get along Most embarrassing, to to 50 degrees between costs in the VS. still art from three to, six times higher than those your body of Itt nutritional breakfast of one-half cup of
the publicity given our should
program average
while In La- u* In any other leading overseas auelmaklng nation. need Remember that It'. beena
too well. Monday to with citrus juice, an egg, one slice
'Link Force
"Our slogan 66 and 72 degrees
I roar Manny's (tor* in Another reason la that steel tariff Mia in the United States long time since last nlght'i of lightly buttered toast and
Chaltahooche* I saw Rev Burns Chain, Crime' was most linked applicable lure- I didn't get a chance to attend afternoon temperature reachIng S- are generally considerably tower than those of our major competitors. dinner, and your body needs unsweetened coffee, and at
Had not higher on
75 degree or
I again, I had seen him recently, you the big barbecue for Scott Kelly breakfast to function properly least 350 calories In a goovV
of course, but he hadn't seen es and given us the fine cooperation Tuesday evening, We had a or 6 iftemoon Minimum temperatures Also, in many cases foreign aleelm era are given certain subsidies until noontime dessert you think you canwT
and publicity we receivedour art expected to average for These subsidies Include
exports. such
competitive advantages
terrible wreck on our most useful If cut down the because
In many years After you or omit you skipped breakfast
me many
program could not have between 45 and 52 degree aa tax rebates, very generous government-sponsored credit
I Lamar Introduced us, he remembered been successful Thank you.. job pre> Saturday afternoon but will fall to 32 degree or and special funds for trade promotion Many foreign steelmakers morning meal you will be more Remember, eat a good brealft
me and family end we have been busyas likely either to snack before fast if want to lose weight
my Then he added a post script: lower on 1 or 4 morning Inland also are granted depreciation allowances on plant and you ;
and Insisted that lao out to the "I really mean that Hutch."" beavers trying to get It back and 1 or :2 mornings in equipment.But lunch or to eat more than you gain or keep the lime weigh
car and speak to Mrs, Burns 1 I In production. We got It going coastal areas another Important reason DA mill an being undersold need at the regular noon meal.You'd You owe It to your body, >
went out alone and Introduced I Also had a "thank you" note again about eight o'clock Tuesday Rainfall during the period Is because of an unfair form of competition known aa "dumplna." be better off If you at I ....
but It Is I makeshift job This. la where imported product an told in this moderate breakfast.
myself She remembered all mid through mid country at prices
from Dale Sechler, president o February
and we don't know bow long it Protein ought to be Included The abstract search for truthdoesn't
below those In the country where the product wen produced. For
about us Hutchlnsons, and what the Qulnry Exchange Club, con March will rang between 4.00and
will continue to run. Of coursewe In breakfast. It has stand a chance wheatIt
example in a complaint to the Treasury Department, UJ3. mills every a
do the first I J.SO Inches occurring *
was It a
you suppose cernlng the same mailer wa .
I called Chicago early Monday showed that Belgian reinforcing rods were being sold in the United 'staying power" that tikes you collide with the organize
thing she laid She wanted to general rain or showers on 5
highly appreciated, too morning and ordered thenetesury States at about $35 a ton below what similar product wen being through the morning without pressure of a selfish group '".
know all about' and made 8
to days.
Harry,
I But elsewhere In this paper --
new parts, to be sent old for in Belgian markets. "Dumping. whether it 1* practicedby -
the statement that he was Just' will b* found a letter to the >y air mall parcel post, but as Sunshine during the next 30 I foreign mllLa.blpplnl to the United States or to other markets, I
the sweetest pupil she ever had editor from a young julncyit This Is written they haven't ar days Is expected to average denies American producers the opportunity to compete on equal
taught Maybe I was wrong' who seems to be a bit disgruntled rived. I understand there wa about 60 percent of possible I terms that fair trade demands I
about the economic sltua in excellent turnout for the with two or three periods of prolonged Steel leader have gone on record as favoring liberalization of : SEE and HEAR
THESI HORRID tlon. I'm not being critical 01 affair for which I'm very proud. cloudiness Intern.Uona11.rtde and a reduction of present trade barriers. They
this young man, and after a Soil temperatures during the have asked our Government, press for these move at the tariff I
AGE SPOTS'FADI fashion I must agree with him, period mid February through negotiation sponsored by the General Agreement on Tariff and
But I don't recall seeing Wigginton Will mid March are expected to rise Trade (GATT) to be held 1n Geneva May.All our *te lmen want
him at any of the many, many; iharply as a result of Increasing I* an even break with other ateelmaker in market of the world. i SENATORSCOTT
meetings that have been heldIn Seek Re-election Intensity of sunshine and On way this could be done would b* to have our Government
recent years that were at- day length. Average temperatures adopt pollcle and legislation, effectively eliminate dumping
tended by Qulncy people who at four Inches under bare practice of foreign producer beet action could lead to, the end
are, too, concerned about the District JudgeJohn toll arc expected to reach be- lot discriminatory pricing practice by.foreign steelmakers, m:
situation. At least they got to- tween 85 and 60 degree by steelworker a healthier International trade and more job for American 1U, KELLY
gether and made an earnest endeavor T Wigginton, Judge of March first In all but some of
to Improve matters the District Court of Appeal, the heavier soils In SE Alabama -
Committees of the Chamber <" First District, qualified Tuesday and southwestern Ceorgla.
THEM OUT Commerce, Junior Chamber and for re-election to a new SPEEDING ALONG THE ROADS Candidate For Governor
.W..th.red brown spoil other civic organizations, need ilx-year term.
en hands tha and carfare del toll of the your world yours men that are genuinely con lie wa appointed to the District -' Card of Tanks
sitting old-pirhipi bttori you cerned and who are willing to Court it the time It was
really new IHOTKR1CA are Fad ,th.m that sway medicated with work toward the betterment o' created on July 1, 1957, and We with to extend a sincere DISCUSS A SUBJECTOF
t briilu up maws o("pli- the community. Just sitting has served actively a* a member "Thank You" to all our friends +
Efnr'o the ekln, helps make hindi back for several years, waiting (. of the court since Its original and neighbors for their cards t, i 'r
.( '" on end tin younf Mara isiln> note EquillyfirUvi end for someone else to do il,' organization. The court memorials and other expressions : sinuslr rsatrra.ar.u-nsna-as VITAL INTERESTTO
.rmi. Not a ov,r-up. Acii In thikln doesn't help at all I IQulnc1 has headquarters In Tallahassee of sympathy at the timeof
base-for oten loflinlnf It,,Its, lubrlcdlni rant': frilwliiH chins but hearing are held II our recent bereavement Wear SAFETY 4ME'"
It hull clear surface blimuhnOuarinlMd "ml.pro" golfer, various cities In the 37-county truly grateful ALL FLORIDIANS
by hi truitworthr allyearold Ken Markham, Dan Miller and district across north Florida The family of John Walter '
laboratory that produrM ,
mil tollilrrounlwi Tom Cumbl will Invade the Johnson kw ,
it. At iMitlni u.\Z'\ Judg* Wigginton' appointment "
fi Pisa OFHa Panama City Country Club golf)
to the court came after
f with sack Jar of ICOTFSICAgen SIXTY.FOUR PETS t
roul trill bar o( ISOTIIIICAO course this/ weekend to take 25 year of active law practice
r. New inidlcitKl soap nom p.rt1.n the annual pro-amateu lie was born st Miami, May 4. London An ofileer of a humane 11:15 P.M.
tMU b.ol.rl awls blrnnliihiil, aids hlllln molly Netpslather lot.ni event. Some big Urn cow pa*. 1908; educated In the public society charged Mr and *'ir:4O :
and CIMIUM Uw akin without turepool professional will be school of Dade County, graduated Mrs. William Petrie of Imposing
ryn<. Both sire In plMtll ow there Hop our boy make a In law from University of unnecessary suffering on ,
,
|1 go, IJmlUd Urn only several of their 64 Feb. 20
good showing and put the old Florida In 1932 pet Thursday
Sawano The Petrles, who have 2 J S ,
Country Club on the lie practiced law at Milton chil-
CROUCH'SREXALL map, dren, spend more than half
I 1932-44, wa attorney for Townof their combined TELEVISION STATION
weekly Income
Milton, Santa Rosa County, .
DRUGS Know what I do when I'm Santa Rosa School Board, Special to buy food for their 57 dogs,
watching television and those 4 kittens, a cat, a duck and a I
Florida Attorney for the U. S. Department WCTV TALLAHASSEE
Quincy
boring commercials that canary .
to
seem
of Justice, engaged In
The court SAFETY FIRST m IN SAUDI ARABIA Title nrwlr constructed
never end_come....on? I keep_ -! active practice at Tallahassee, suspended released charges.the coupleon highway la J dd* aeeentaatoe the positive la beth Kncllsh and
1(49-57. Arable drive safely Undertaking what I* termed te be the
Judge Wigginton I Ie mem- largest project of its kind In the Middle East, Saadl Arabia expect Channel 6 :
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. ber of the American Bar Association te complete lftl mile InUr-eitr axphalt-pamd road eon-
The Florida Bar ; atruetlon br nhMM. Total costs 187.00',00' Till. endeavor I
'(President 1910-81)), American IntroductoryOffer doe not Include the many mile of city road that are being
CHARLES KINARD, Owner College of Trial Lawyer, mem' pared and widened In the capital eltJ' of iUyad and other heavily
Remodeling Addition 'her Tallahassee Rotary Club populated eltle, nor a 42v-tnU road .. .. paved between Met* ALSO:
and Jatun. Work en the Klnidoru-wido road network Is under
(President 1912)) Trust Officer,
NEW CONSTRUCTION the supervliloo of Italian German and American firms which
Tallahaaae Bank It Trust Company will subcontract 15. to US-mil segments to Saudi Arabian con PANAMA CITY WJHG, Ch. 7 10:00 P.M.
.
Garages Carport Porch 1959-37. tractors. In addition te enabling travel la private ear between
Rooting Siding Cabinets I Orlho Gro mala popolatloa etntore. be new road will connect atrkaltural PENSACOLA WEAR Ch. 3 10:20 P.M.
General Telephone Co. of area with IndutrtU and Mrketlnr ana and establish
Florida Room Encloeurea road contact with the IU IdDIII'! Arab ctdchben.
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