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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 27, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FLORIDA (iu 1t7 Highest Week HEATHLK Temperature Ending REPORT Feb. .15. 85

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I THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE


I VOLUME! 64, hU9 QUINCY. FLORIDA, TI ;-RSOAY. FEBRUARY %7, 1964 PER COPY TEN CENTS:




Greensboro Band Boosters- Polio Immunization Centers




Will Conduct




Funds DriveThe Set In Gadsden

Greensboro Ugh School Up County

'and Booster will conduct a,

und raising drive during the
test two weeks in March torod I

the forty junior and senor -
high school band memhen Public Urged To

o the New York World's Fair' Bud Dickinson
}ls P t tt The group I is one of i selected

number of bands from the Take Advantage

slate of Florida Invited to apar > R Visits Gadsden
at the fair on the basis of I t '
lelr achievements at past state Of Polio Drive

music festivals For the list
County FridayFred
two years they hive received
E;
$ superior ratings it these event Vaccine Administered
r t At the present time plans t4c 'v'avr. O BI dOli-kin. This Afternoon
t Sunday
.Y. t v 1J
M. ,.;. mil for the bind to leave on son, giibernitoilil (camlldale

It. fl-: .__ __ I Sunday August 23, spend one paid Quincy s pop call last Friday 1.5 At Centers
night in Washington D C. and aitrrnoon on the Courthouse '
JUNIOR COLLEGE IN GADSDEN COUNTY? Organization and individual from then continue on to New York ..DM e sh Square. I ?, Twelve centers( throughout

the entire county met February 17 at the American Legion Home In Quincy to City There they will perform + Traveling a chartered Greyhound Cacliden County hive ben dew

hear Senator G. T. Melton chairman of the Senate Junior College Advisory Board three concert on the nights ol bus converted to meet hit Ignited. a pines to administer
August 25: 28 and 27 Porpoise
it
the Shown W D. campaign Jaunt requirements, the Oral Rabin Vaccine for mass
discuss the possibility of locating a junior college In county. are Stadium in the Florida Mr UUklnsnn nlt'tI'lIh

Lines, left) president of the Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce; Mitchell Drew Are of the fair. of the news representatives media Immunlutlon against polln

chairman ol the County Chamber of Commerce Junior College Committee; Senator The trip will cost approximately I-1 I here!. The vicvln will be available

Melton; W Bradley Munroe, member of the School Board Advisory Committee; $100 per studrnl or, "This la just s ni-Dlckln- this Sunday fttrnoon from 1

4000. Approximately half of ," stated Mi Dkkln- ,to 5 o'llixk It the following
and Gadsden County Senator Dewey John 0110 Photo by Martin's Studio I ion race
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this money has been raised Inthe sun Tha other candidates are locations -- George W. Munroa

Greensboro are. However, young, Inexperienced and haveno Elementary: Hi'rural, 0 r e t n a

Federal Suits Teachers a* this will be the only band j ._- mono'" Community House, Greensboro

Honor Shown representing Cadsden County red (i. t.hellerFred Ha went on to say that he la Rev-Brensoa Mitnry, Jr Sf'hIM.I. Challahooche* 1111 It

the booster ire extending an, gaining support in the Panhandle school Havana High Schcml,

Filed opportunity to all orginltallcms G. Shelter section of Florida and expected 'aiter-Parramoie High School
Against
businesses and individuals, to like the lead Matney Sings it .1.l m Elementary School,
throughout the county who ire Springfield School, Northsldellgll
Tobacco Firm By Quincy Kiwanis Club Interested in youth work to assist One of Okklnson pi'eta aides School Soulhslde tie.nirntiry .
Asks Reelection
through a full or fractional declared they were prepared to Male LeadIn School, t>L Johns ENmenlary
spend s million dollar It necessary
of
A. Walter sponsorship a band member School and Midway
tames II. Bowen
Watson Jr., end Edward R One of the mont earnest and As a climax to their campaign, To CommissionFred for the camp.llIll.Dhkln.lln !School
concluded his Interview [ 'Carmen'nmnaon
they are planning full
Rudd last week Joined threeother a page advertisement The prugrim li coaponsoredby
stirring talks ever heard st a
In this ) by staling that he la
Gadsden County tobacco n."II.per..howlna I The ladsden County Ilos
0, Shelter of Havana
civic meeting by this reporter
when they filed lulu I their appreciation to looking forward to1"01 king Mitney Jr ministerof pilil Medical Blalf and The
growers wa delivered to Quincy I Kl- and announced Tuesday that he with the In Gailwlen t:hurt
In Federal District Court st listing contributors to the people the First Presbyterian Quincy Kiwanis Club, and will
wanlans and their honored would arek reelection In thejtAtdrn and If elected will the leading
Tallahassee against Cullman drive. Guilty governor of Uulncy, sing b* asulsted by The Chatlahoas-
guests at the Monday meeting County Hoard of County he would push Ihs fourlanliuof male role of Don Jose In the
Bros. Inc. The lulls seek $500- Anyone desiring to make a chef Junior Chamber of Coin
at the Jefferson house.The Commissioners from District
U. S. DO through Gadsden "CII/'m.n" tomorrow and
contribution send opera| The Greensboro Klwin
821 In damages may U to C metre
speaker was Dr. Mode One, County Saturday evening at I IS: In t
I. Club and The llivins
n. Richardson, principal, Klwin
The cults claim that Cullman 1. Stone, of Tallahassee and Greensboro High School Born In Havana Mr. Sheller Mr Dickinson of West Palm Weslrott. Auditorium at '.8 U. I. Club .. 7 .f
Rios, who had been contractedby the occasion was "Teacher Appreciation Band mem-I or l II the ion of the late Mr and Brain, la an attorney by prolesIon. I'nmpcMed by Hl,el ind firs wV
content a Booster K bln Polio vaccine
Ural
the farmers to protest, pick "
annual Ha Is In UTS In ParisCarmen" .
Shelfer.
Day an Mrs. A. O. s In 1VM he was elected to performed
and sell their shade tobacco event inaugurated by Klwanlinsa ber. graduate of Quincy High School the Flolldi House of Itepr 1 In the yens ahead be administered on a voluntiry?> .

cropi over s three year period few yean ago it Fort Walton and Miryvtlle College In Miry- tentative and In IB.16 he wn became one of the most popur mass bill on three Sundays, .

from 1959 to 1961 was guilty and will become a national Hirt Will Not villa, Tenn. elected to the KlorMa Senate.: opera and l It has held I that Mirch I, April 6, and May 10.
There three virus ilrilns
of breach of contract by falling us
week next year when Kiwanis During World War II, Mr then reelected In IWR lie was popularity through the yean Vat.Inea v
to turn over to the farmers which cause polio
International adopt the action "[ he llbietto la by Henri Mellno
Sheller served .. s Marine Aviator voted one of Florida s five outstanding
made.The tram different strain will be
their share of profits a
Present at the meeting asspecial and Uidovlo Halevy sclaKed |
Seek ReelectionTo In the Haclflo Theatre. young men by the twit of the three Sun.days. .
farmers each filed acpari guests and selected by A member of the Hoard of ,State Jaycees In 1957 wasawarded from a short story by i'ros given on I.
t. suits against the firm Bowen f fellow faculty member were County Commissioner for the! the Legion of Honor per Merlmme* written earlier Fur complete Immul1lutllln *

seeks $144,643, WaUoo f 192,- Miss Mary Stephens, Miss Mary Commission past l seven years, ha Is presently For ficellrnre In government In the tentury time entire aeries Is necet

176 and Rudd 164000. Frances Cox GUY Race and Chairman of the Board. from the Supreme Count: of The opera will be lung Itrnglnh sry.

The suits claim that they entered Mrs. Alice Wolf. H. W "Bill" I Homer Hirt, of Chattihonrhee, Mr. Shrlfcr Is s member of the Urdu of IH-Moliy in 19H! ': and based un the orlMnal The vaccine will be admlnls- (
into written contractfor Jones, principal of George Mun- version .red by pining two drop on
s and revelved the award as the Upers-Comlciu IM
announced the Salem Methodist Church and
this week that he
joint venture In productionof 'roe Elementary School and a i vice president of the Havana! outstanding cltUen of H'lorida which spoken: dialogue: mi.a.alonally i tiny cub o( sugar fur the r*-

the crops. Th. farmers were member of the Quincy Kiwanis would not be s candidate to Kiwanis Club. Ha Is presidentof from the Order of the Knights appears In place of the clplent to tit Infant and very

to produce the crop harvest and. Club wss In charge of the pro- succeed hlmaelf on the Board the Havana Motor Company 91 Columbus In Orlando In 1UU2JU luna recitatives most frequently young children will receive. the

deliver it to Cullman Bros grim. The teachers were Introduced of County Commissioners from Mr Sheller Is married to the I used. vaoiine by dropper directly In
Mrs Leulse Blackburn the mouth II desired
Cull- by President Louis .
warehouse st Greensboro
Guild Director Itlihird
District Three former Miss Betty Lou Boynton Opera
man would then pick end sell I Dooner and the speaker was and the couple baa five Collins: 1.1<1 the pert. ul The viocln 1 Is odor I..*, taste
the crop with the net profits Mrs. Blackburn Introduced by Mr. Jones Mr. Hlrt who own. the Ford children. Carmen one of the mutt pop' lees and cause no tide rs"

and losses equally divided. The Mi s Stephens is a graduateof agency and other Interests In star rule In all open, will bidoublecast three or alter eflecta, regard
farmers claim that records were Quincy High School and ChaUahoochee, took office .1 Icy: Uividsun: oTallahiaoeo .law at age, MI or allergy liven

altered end not properly kept I Candidate ForRepresentative Florida but University, She the height of World War 11 and Quincy Jaycees saw Ross I'hilnl diabetics, pregnant women and
by Cullman and that they were will obtain her masters degree has held the position since that Wildes of Jacksonville will ins mildly lick people tin take the

over-charged on service fees from FiU this summer She li time In making the announcement the part. vaccine safely,

performed by the brokeragefirm a third grade teacher he ..Id. "When my term Start Novel Idea In addition there will be I Everyone faking the oral vas

In connection with marketing Miss Cox Is a graduate of espies next January I will have performance at JO SO Fridi tin will b* asked lor s eonIributloa -

the crop. Mrs. Louise Blackburn, 41 Georgia Teachers College and served Oadaden County twenty Th. Quincy Jaycees, represented morning especially for JunM ol 29 tents.. more anearn

Others who filed suits In 1963 year old business woman and has e master's degree front FbU yean and seven months, 1 1 by R. C. Mills, Ala MeMlllan t rt and senior high acnool studenU.Fbr of UM three wiMiloas when)
were J. D. Patterson, $121,000; firmer of Havana Is candidate and will reeelve an advanoed think that Is long enough end made this prrformanca. ticket the ersl vierlne Is reelvd.
a and Dnn Brown an
W. Durwood Owens $117.700, master's degree from that school feel that It Is tlm. for some' sale are being handled by the This eonlrlbutloa. should pi/
Inter lub visit to the Marlanna
for the House of Kepresentatlves -
and Grover C. Stephens $91- younger person to take over. the vaovine and
this summer. She Is a special Tallahassee Art Counrll tan for oust of sup
Junior Chamber of Commerce
700. from Cadsden County education teacher in Quincy, He Is s former chairman of der Project One, piles. A program e( Ibis type

High School. the board and It I. felt by !Monday, Tlckels for the evening p.... h. expensive, sod all cost Is

Mrs Blackburn li married to Mr Rue la a graduate of the many that his knowledge of thecounty's The visit was In connection fornl.nr.l. at $2 00 for lima adulpublle wing underwritten by The

w.; lTtt s John Hugh Blackburn and they University of Georgia and The operation and bis wisdom with s state wide promotion 1 and "Lu) for .students (lMln County lUxpltit MdIt'll <
have two children. John Howell University of Florida law in dealing will so many known si the "Ballentlna Roll ire now on sale at the Westcol Surf and The Quincy Kl
I and Martha Louise.She school H la coach difficult and trying altuallons The Barrel Contest. The project r Ticket office.Secondary. winls Club. This Is not s
.
a
To TiI6 previous
will be mlseed. Is designed to promote vis- "
this
Medical Society Project,
Is s member of the Ha- at Quincy High School, has _. h
Ration the various Jayres "
EPiT02 vans Baptist Church and the been teaching there for many among i Is s "Community l"roject vat
-=- Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs rears and la it the present !Garden Club BoardTo clubs throughouthe stateA C. Mills Road In slgnlflcinre end permanentn
barrel that is equipped to
nilur The contribution atUt
Blackburn attended Alabama
time also Cadsden
: serving a* Meet
PolytMhnle Institute Auburnand Juvenile Counsellor: 11.telC.'hel Tuesday receive money II lakes to the Budget Hearing per dose li a very inn Itmininl
Quincy FloridaFebruary County The Board of the
Executive host club After the meeting Mills Appointed to for permanent
par
Florida blats University,
social studies in thf1De.1
:21 1964
Tallahassee.In Qulnry Garden Club will meet all those attending drop their Sot March 3 Immunity to all type of polin..
Mr. Love Hutchinson high school. Tuesday March 1 at 8 p m loose change Into the barrel Campaign Head If[ you ace unable to pay don I
statement to the era Wolf Is graduate of
Gadsden County Times s pressthe a with Mrs. Douglas Brooks All Phi barrel la then liken to Th secondary raid budget slay away, Ihli progrim Is for
said "I am greatly concerned Georgia Stale Teacher. Collegefor
Quincy Florida members are urged to ittend another Jaycee club where theprocedure Secretary of Blat Ton sectionof whether 'I. ,
with the problems of our Women st Mllledgevlll' and' u _ hearing for the eastern everyone, you eaa eon.
Dear Hutch: Is repeated. The club Adam today announced the District Three will be held tribute or sot .
let. county welfare, agriculture -aught for seven In Green
received s years
Last week you SPRING CONCERTThe hat makes the best visitation ef C. Mill JrQulnry March $ In Taltahiwee. Road A form Is en I,
ter from someone whose name and business and I wilt work for bounty, Georgia before coming appointment K. request page
withheld. 1 would like to.n.wl'r the benefit of all the people of to: Quincy where she teaches Quincy High School based on the point system buslnaswnan and civic Hoard member William I T, Maya
you will receive 7S cent of the .
that letter personally the county st all times" fourth grid subjects. Band has scheduled Its annual per I.adtr. as Uadsdan County Cam announced February 14.Representatives SBA OficiaTn
money In the barrel. The second of the Gads
but not knowing who wrote it i Mr. Jones Is e graduate of Spring Concert for 8 palgn Manager for the Ittt
plate club will receive the Commission will
1 feel obliged to answer it Troy Stale Teachers College, o'clock Friday evening, Adams Campaign Organization den County
columns. Quincy Tigers Troy Ala, hold a master's de- March 13 In the high school balance. In this capacity, Adams said attend the meeting to present Tallahassee
through
I came your to this town when I tree from George Peabody College auditorium. Admission will I The novel Idea originatedby Mills not only will wpervlsi tills county's. The smwndiry will road beheld i A representative of the Small
about the same age ss for Teacher at Nashville, be II00 for adults, frOo for the Quincy layette will meal campaign activities In thi rf was just Havana In the hoard room of the Business Admlnlitrillnn mikis
Whip travel through District 1 from forthcoming elections but will
individual Is now. 1 was and la presently working on students Advance tiebetamay
the In by my company 1 his doctoral at FSU. lie previously now be purchased from ensarols via U R M backto also serve on a continuing basic Mate hued Department build. regular scheduled Visits la TsUshsuee

shipped not born and raised here taught at Pace, Us, any band member or Band Wakulla along the coastal aa chairman of an advisory com Ing. on alternate Tuesdays Ito

was I have been here now 15, Five 8063By served as director of adult education Patron. outs. It will return to Quincy mllte of tiadsdon Gunny rill The bearing determine tbaserondery the convenience ef ....11
In bests Ross County April 22. sees to Inform the Secretary "I l road Improvement
i of thefellow's 1 _
years. Half the period liaa. James and s former principal of Bag I Male on problem said actM to be programmed fur tilt fists! bUIIIII"lII'\In In this area whe

lifetime. to Times fiporls Writer dad Elementary School In that ties In their county year beginning July I, IW4 and might be Interested In learning
In that tune I am proud Qulncy's cagers weren't to be county.Dr. Mill Is Sale Manager fm Tiding June to, IIM5. These imethlng about SBA'S Small
of the community
have become s part denied victory ss they over- Stone 1 dean of education olQuincy. 'mprovement are financed by
County and Hydra Gsa Corporation Business loan Prol'..... He
of Uadsden powered Havana 03 In the .t Florida Slate University sndit the MA. Wh and Tth rents of tl1.st.I' .
proud In fact that will be it the Chamber ef Com
so '
Quincy Bean gym Tuesday gaaullne tax, adopted sft-
on. Um. was principal at .he u
rlvle affair
last restIng Active In ,
I have purchased my recommandatinna by the InIvldual merte Building In Tallshssseeon
and er
Quincy started hot fist Greensboro High Me Is Jun.
of
place hers in HUlcrest Cemetery coasting most of the way as also a former principal of Leon t pas Chamber president of Commerce Wulrwy, pasl boards ef county commlMkMiers. Mirth and end every ether
( lor
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and until they move mei Coach George Vaughn clearedhe High SchOOL He la one of the lieutenant ef Woodmen usday thereafter Appoint
shall on advlaary .
keep
into that spot I bench the fourth -- -- be bid eonticl
: in period tCeaiUaeed ea Pace Twe of the World and S rhar. incnts may by
working to help this area grow Four of Qulncy's starters I'L' Ihs Chamber
of the Board elWrertors fashion ShowChairmen ng
Can : lee member
best possible wsy. 1. '
in the scored In double figures with { of Quinsy United BOA mikts lams when tile
other "
of that Third Annual
you the writer Ralph impeding leading the 'undoII. I UIM|. cannot be eMilaodOMomble ow
same? Have you ListedA
letter say the Tiger, balanced attack with '
and his wife, Vendle, have letlM through prW
done your part? 20 points Following offensively Jr. Horso Show four children. spring fsshion show end I ute Imdlng sources surh ss

Proudly.John were: Frank Baker, Gary it I iMwbeon wilt be presented by banks tsvliMt 4k lot.Iao

(Editor's note Snipes: Mr. Snipes, Porch 13, II and and 12 Walter points Dover respective with Set March 14 'L '.. : .. i J I Three Quincyites he Quincy at the Woman's Junior Wo..n.1Clull Club en No thins A, life ujorlty InmriMe ef tbe eoeipsnlos loans ate

currently President of the United ly. The Third Annual Junior .r West King Street Thursday, mastic jolMly with ..... banks.

Fund si Quin T, lame for thesecond la the preliminary actionQulncy's Horse Show has been schedul i 'Form Company i March 12 si I em.Mis .
also
consecutive term, is JVs recorded a 4227win. ed rain or shine si I t will be
sue May love
of the official board of Slate Tom Adami Quincy Girl Is
S member clock Saturday afternoon Secretary '
he Barrator
nt Centenary Melhodlst Church TIle Tigers bowed to visiting March 14 at Woodward Creea! \ at Tallahaisee thi week annouasced fashion Itncb"; : -
will oran
hen Morgsa
president of the the chartering of Cad'den Enlistoo
He is s past Greeoabom Friday night on the !Failures Farm.Sponsored '' fur the show- Army
ef Commerceand Jet East
CM Company,
Quincy Chamber by Quincy Land !
strength ef Big Bend scoring chairmen are
was chairman of the committee Scout Troope log and lit, the Jefferson Street. Wulnry Au Fashion shew Mlta Msilne' Hcnfroe ef Rout
which expanded the leader Clinton Hobos who show will b* for young people thorised Kotk I* listed I* W Conceal chairman, Mr*. Ga.wgeJehnrae 2. CJtalnry en r.... 14 ...111114at

Chamber te Gadsden County creamed In 12 points. Hobbs e !1$ years end under hare of common dock at $100pea' fashions, Mrs. Austin Jfc k nfi.IIJ* for three year,
junior center went late the firm will deal Stave; hand, Mrs. Seed Clark, "la tine Wemm's Army Corot.HIM .
el time Lions Classes that will be Included ahar The
CluhJ He la also president lime with e 20$ avenge.Quincy are- Halter, English Pleasure |la real ,Nate.lncorpaealmc. kkets, Mr*. Ciena Seller. ....- fUnfree sl.p rUd Jwk.onvllle .

High had narrowed 111 years and under end are Adrla L. oration. Mca lack Richard today fur For >(-

the Editor I UM gap te > points in the U te ll. Western Plesawe ill, Anderson. Hubert *, VanUedtogham sung eetertalnminl, Mr*. Serf lellan, Ala, where she will
To CenUneed .. Fail Tw ca.-j III B." lorgae.; serving, Mrs. Mas receive I weeks ef basic kale.m .
Thanks for your brief pert- net under tl te Pony, and Hal Ifevls, all ofQuin. M/s. Walter
Bits It Pieces last ret tare Iboys and girls, Tunnel lots; programs, .
lest I'fPI1Ia w1tI IrI4"' ATTENDS MEET Rare boys and gtrlsi. lowell, chairs Mr. Hilly Tan' Cite Is s IM3: graduate eluuxry
neek to the .ame .. .. Ales
remark and publicity, / ; School.
letter that appeared IA the same Dana James city recreation name ClaM and Favorite Helper Forest Hill MYF ......11I.. Illgn --- --

iaue.IIltl'r'lSUDlmitt"Pigs twelve also'carried Item director 1 sleeting la of attending the Florida s District teeresUom Entry thus due fee Is for$100 adults per entry To Sponsor PUeou Tickets le the event are $club 2 00' At The Leaf
aa sad be obtained gauss
(Centlneed ee Page Twel AsaociaUon at Cgliu Air per claaa. Admission fee I* tit The Fares .0Ii1 Methodist may
Force ..... for audent I and etlMree; sOe' Youth Fellowship I* sponsoriags __b This Week

for adults toddlers, frve. I chicks pHraci supper Sat-
Mr. Jaws b chains of thenominating
FIRST BAPTIST _1IIIa... Tee eoaresstea stand with seder night, February It It the DeMOLAY CONCLAVE Lear Theatre sttrsrtloni for

SUNDAY SERMONS Troop 14$ .. charge will serve rhurrli. W ralae money for amlMioa Topper HaanpUML iMatereaunntor he rumlni week Include TbmMooga

Rev. Thomas r. Cettlne, SCHOLARSHIP hat doc, hamburger, hoes** svejert In ftruu.Supper of Ine Northwest Aaaoclatloii > ( 00 Around The '

The of the First Baptist aide cake cad cold drinks. All will be served .... ef the UrMuUy sad! today Friday through Tuaa.
Meter seeks Thomas H.l>*ua.. sons* Mr. proceeds frem the refreshment sad of the A..". Sword In The Bton*
the councilor The
master Cal,
will fOIItJIIut i SENIOR CLASS PLAY Doc's CuT vrlfl U tweea 5 pas. em.
Church Life had Own" ....! Fkrlae Paulo *< Quincy ht time win he wed by Troop 14* for "Big peeenled it requested .:r.: delivered UIBM chapter here attended Included M the saturday doifWe
..aeday reopumt ef e $2400 Halter E arenad the state of Florida I at I o'clock tomorrow eveoiivj in the Quincy
-lAIlle'
.,nI1lla. HI sermon will trip Adult meals will be $1 end a Conclave la TalUbaawe last feature will be s
eeUtJed "A Shining r_." I Sharp Scholarship. ant summer High School aud a.hlm. A Jew of the leading tbaiocteri:thtWea's\ 7$ rests.Far weekend.Tea treat Advmturt," starring
be .
At the awning service, Mr Mr. Pities I* srewatty werk- Proceed from the ..... show are shown from left to right Keith Daughtrr. Johnny delivery tall the enure! DaMolay ehaoUf trees Jeee Urkbart and 'II......,..

CutUM'sserPtriHIes. -.. -....11.AM tag toward I PhD de r*. la will W said by Troop I.$ for Taylor Lynda Proof end Carol Crouch. Adalesloo Saturday artraea at MAia 1. Xertkweat FbwMa clUes wererepresented. Wednesday Tbe tuuag Bolng-
will be based e* tilt .....0' at the tnlversitf *4 1.111' te the Nee York WrM I I, ( era,' stsrrlsf Molly Bae.r .
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Texas la Aes ia. I price to SOe for odaHs. 2Jc log students CM..
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PAIS TWO GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORI6A, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2'7, 1984 _
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It Is Important to be ready for Ing breakfast bring that box lishment of nursing homes In

Letters io EditorContinued business before you start of buns of wieners, too, U the area, promoting first class Tigers

lining If you're running that's for breakfast rental houses and apartments
adver-I' to meet the demand, and the Continued from Page One)
( from lags One taurant It'. well to have But whether you can makeIt

food on hand before you or not, please stay hepped heavy work of Industrial development tog momenta to make It a real
"OptlmUm li that quality that We do g hundred other
I the doors. If you're putting up over getting "new blood Into thriller.
permit us to hope that somebody plumbing tn the house, It's wine, every office that will have anything thing too, but 1 mention Co-Captain Waller Dover paced
else will do something for because letter Implies
to It all connected before these your
get to do with getting new Qulncy't quintet, hitting for
ut. you turn on the water If you're business and industries In that you didn't even know 21 point. Teammate Ralph

The Individual who wrote wiring a house, you'd better get nere" That means a transfusionfor about the Chamber of Commerce Sperling tossed In 17.

"that letter" may not be the the wiring done before you every citizen Including (It has been In existence In earlier action B coach

only one In Qulncy who feels close the master switch you! Every person In Quincy 17 years) and the way It listens Leslie Jones' Jayvees bombed

the way he don, So let me add' If you're running a town that has a lot do with getting new to Individuals who don't like Greensboro l-43 with all the

some facts to the discussion has grown from 3,888 to 8,874In businesses I oI I Into town. So more! what they see here. We Interpret substitutes getting Into the act.
For the past ten months the what they tell us a. Opportunities
20 yean you have to bustle power to you! I Bill Newcomb and Winston
Chamber of Commerce breakfast to have schools hospitals, the for Improvement Chester I led the B's with 12 and
When have completed
you I list I Is long
17:01: 7:58 a.m.1) every and I'll bet our as
electricity 11 points.
streets stores, buildings will. notice I that
transfusions I
you Hit! W also work to
Monday morning has provided as your '
water, and gas, not only all service stations will give the economic and business Qulnc) Tigers win be playIng t tl""
'
real for what Improve
a opportunity we
Chlpley In Chlpley tonight
require-
adequate for present better, more courteous service I
have called and climate, Not every member
"grits gripes.
ments but able to absorb an In like you get at the ones thatare In In first round competition of
I always complete
Member and nod members *
the Group 1-A TournamentBox
crease. (And sometimes they In of
prospering now spite
alike have been able to let off agreement with everything we
Just up and pave your street In that field. Score:
all the competition
do because no one get any
steam about anything that real
Quincy (80) Havana (63))
mlnelWhen
!
before
they waitresses
pave Better waiters and better -
ly bugs them about this town special privileges and there are Edwards
I Johnson 18
we are ready for company will serve better food In Ideas
and county of ours. From these 300 members' different
Dover 12
Smith 6
Let's
we'll get company and better lookIng
better managed
meetings hive the and opinions. W* do try to accomplish -
come reactivated Porcb 13 Donaldson
11
keep working to get ready because restaurants Better salesclerks -
the greatest good for
junior college commit, Baker 13
Rearden
51
la
coming
Interest
company will take a greater
the number. That I.
tee and short-term greatest I
many proj
I W* almost had tome companya In what the customer Sperling 20 Dodwm 16
ects. It ti Interesting to note big job for even Chamber. W* McCaU 3 Shelter
I 3
A nice
couple of months ago. wants and know his/her merchandise
that "the letter" contains nothing understand why you became so Joyner 2 Walti 0 ,
business with a 150 man payroll better the customercan
so exasperated trying to do it all
that has not been broughtup Bauldree 2Woodward
bad paid a months rent as be served more pleasantlyand
Av
!
and by yourself
discussed and acted 2 I
option on property here In more quickly. Better tradesmen "
.r
In You can't hale a man when
upon -y one or more of these Taylor 9Halftlme
Quincy and fully Intended to carpenters, painters, know ._ ...
Monday breakfasts.I you get to him; you can't : Quincy 47, Havana -- -- ..
In and start manufacturing.
move auto
electricians plumbers, mechanics
do not recognize anyone hate a town when you get to 29
The prospect was In town, will do better quality IOMB-A Vietnamese the theater In which three American
COMMUNIST killed
who has participated In them know It Even after 30 years G'Boro (66)) Qulncy (61) CHANCt VICTIM Of were
discussions as being the writer attempting to negotiate final details jobs. And all of this will you don't know Quincy Hobbs 32 Edwards 7 man lie beside his wrecked bicycle In by the bomb.Despite the Red terrorist campaign,

for there would have with the present owner. help bring new business into You got a lot off your chest Bryant 14 Dover 21 Saigon: after he wa hit by flying debris from a I the UJ5.reportedly baa no plant to evacuate 1,800
But during the week or so the town. It can all be pretty contagious with that letter bomb. B died outside dependents of official American personnel there.
been no need for him to have In he was now get your Bentley 2 McCall 4 Communist terrorist Just
prospect spent Quincy for when one
suffered to the explosion point person chin up off your chest ThereIs Pace 4 Porch 6
told that Quincy -
by some persons starts doing something better
"becaiu be had no one to talk In nothing wrong with Quincy Potter 14 Sperling 17
was not a good place than his competitors, the competitor
that little hard
to. He could have a work can'tcure.
had someone Baker 6
which to do business. Maybethe have
to work harder to
to talk to and to listento writer of "the letter" con slay In business. Hard words don't do a Halftime: Greensboro 28,
at any Monday morning thing. Everything take a little Quincy 29.:
tributed to that situation without Notice, for example how a aleer
breakfast longer and costs a little
The
meetings still
goon
knowing who be was talkingto wave of store front improvement -
In the board room of the more than we would likethat' -
or how he himself wa. around the fol.
square
Chamber office 103 E. Jefferson why we need help from

which he would
doing something lowed the move of the Quincy
Street every Monday 701: later blame on "the city," namely State Bank Into Its new building everybody. But If Its worth having

to 788 am, It's all dutch "run business out of town"At and the Citizens Bank remodeled Its worth working for. LET US TREAT YOU

treat each one pays for his own the time this happened, I and expanded, and WIl- So ** soon as you're feeling
breakfast.) good gain, com on around and
commented on my weekly radio son's tied their building all together
But now let help us put acme of that energyto .
me answer program (WCNH, Tuesdays at and Shelter Butch
that letter. "Th use businesses work for a better Quincy ,5m-
Interested
12.45 an attempt to keep
their
changed entire
now that (Quincy) has people posted and appearance even If It I* just leading the
and well, I trust
had for the past 20 years." mentioned the facts of this lost will check the to you singing of "with all your faults,
square see
Thank Heavens! Thank Hea love you atlll!"
opportunity. One of our bus-
how
much it has changed not
yens this Is a prosperous inessmen said to later that Fred R. Jones
me
Just In the last 20 year, but
enough community to provide day, "When I heard you this In ManagerCadsden o
just the last 2 or 3 years.Sure I
profitable living for any bur noon I said 'oh, brother, listen there are still some vacant County CofC 5'v'is' (

Ineis for 20 consecutive years. to Jones cry'." I do not believe stores and houses which

If the writer meant we had only that fellow wrote the letter to the owners haven't Improved Quincy Florida to a bottle of

those business we had 20 years the editor. 1 believe he now to make rentable, but when February 12, 1964 4-H Club
ago he may not have known realties that such an added I Gadsden County Times
pay they recognize that it 1* to their
about Southern Wires Pat Hig- roll In the town could have best Interest to have the buildings Quincy Florida News View FLOWING GOLD
don Industries, J. I Bell Company Dear Editor:
his
business
materially helped .
occupied they will be following GADSDEN SENIOR 4 U BOYS
A of the Woman'sClub
Woods Jall- president
Camp-o-tel, Interest
just like It would SYRUPwith
the
of
Jets, Pride of the Valley I Southern have helped every other business the other example some who ol 1 wish to express the appreciation MEET FEBRUARY 17 a ,t5 es
property owners
American Fence Chandlers of the Club membersfor Dear Readers: t
:
Interest. did some simple multiplication the meeting at real Georgia cane flavor
the line we We opened t
Munroe's Belk-lludions coooeratlon receive
,
Now as for the slate of Alabama Like 12 months times slOU a 7 30 17 by read- u
Jan Allen Shop, Western Auto, from your newspaper.The : p m. February
"gelling more businessand month rent I $1200 but 0 I
; ing the minutes of the last
amount of
Quincy Home and Auto Stores, apace given annually -
Industries
every year"there months times $150: a month then filmon
rent We
to club meeting. saw a I I
our la
projects
Carnes Playthings, Merrill's, are BO states In the Union, I I. 'UUIPI'O.And scientific discoveries. Aft GOOD VACATION-Prlnce Andrew

Munford's, Trl-State Bible, every single one of them getting don't worry about Qulncy Inestimable munications with media all the com- er this w* had a talk on steers of Great Britain waves I lit lit treat yea tl delicious
available
o Cody's Typewriter Service, Coh-. more businesses and Industries drying up when US 10 goes these days It I atlll the and how to groom them. We to workers as he and his (liter I Flowin Gold Syrup with that lip.imtckini .
Dan Martin Studios Stewart newspaper -
en's every year. Florida la one ol south of her In 1972 or 1173 that puts the Informationinto got out early because Mr. ,Princess Anne, leave Lon Georps Cane Flavor Just

Young, WCN1I Georgia those. By 1973 Quincy will be home our hands In retalnable Clark Lad just got off jury duty. don' King's Cross station.Th purchase a pint tin package lit

Florida Construction Corp, the There are also some towns in for some IJ.uuu souls, By IV'<3I form to be read digested and He explained why citizens are young members of the British flowing Gold Syrup, remove Nil

peach growers, the gladiolus I Alabama and Florida that are I there will be enough peoPI'1 kept, asked to serve and III Importance royal family were returning label and lend It along silk your
grower, and many more who getting no more industries than "who Intend Ills address
to stop or The Woman'i Club I from a vacation in Scotland e Mint and iddrm to
a member
Into
have had the courage to go our town and there are reasons Quincy" to use ail the street' of the General Federationof Jimmy Suber The young prince bat Jurt liitid btlow. II you prtftr It buy

business line 1943. Or was he of for that Not all existing area downtown and along 90' Women's Clubs, the largest reporterQUINCY recently turned four years old.Forest a a any of the economical! larger Met
expressing regret that some Industries are Interested In without Gold refund
our being concerned ol Flowing Syrup, your
the businesses we had 20 :years moving Not all Industries who group of organized women In JUNIOR
about the Interstate travel that the 9 wiH bt equal to the prtvnln! prize
ago had stayed here? want to move are Interested In I I. Interested only In getting to members world In 15,500 having clubs 11,000,000 In the 4-11 CLUB MEETS S v g d lit the pint w*. I
'The same people In the same what we have In Florida or Dallas or Miami beiora dark Hershel Rudd called the NO IT WASHY A60N \
United States
and
In 84 other
high offices for the pant 30 Quincy, Industries do not look meeting to order, and Billy Su I
incidentally, notice the new countries. The General Federation ,J0T A tGw) ctDr MTia e.ss".sehl, ftNt....
years. What high offices? No for a place that need the industry stop lights, lane lights and ber led the pledge to the American Moo 1,lal .r"w_.r rw-._
present city commissioner was they a placethat program in this admin- flag, and the 4.H pledge. -arse.,rM aYr ass ak.hr ......
I hl:1Ir "Walk Don't Walk" lights Islrallon highlight / r, .......... ,.
.rww -
on the city commission In 1943. has industry Just installed on 90. In 1MJ an extensive Then we had a film on different ....__..__,u_........
No present bank president was campaign to obliterate scientific experiment ...Sons a-w
needs Some town do go to (with gas rationing on and the masse-luysese
Illiteracy from the United States ---
bank president In 1943. What ridiculous extreme to offer Mike Bass,
boys fighting traffic
away was
and throughout the world
do you have In mind I free land free a Acting Reporter I
buildings free
not It 1
) the
as heavy a* now
\ "I've got a few friends whoean't everything to attract an industry -order hadn't even been written. Dimes for Liberty Project to . . NNNNNNNNNfIOWiNS .
about help build a museum of immigration PEACE PARLEY HALTEDNegotiations t
remember .
anything that perhaps needs even And now, they're not a day too at the base of the Statue SOLD nluPr.II. ... U..1*IrJIa
Quincy except the odor of more free things than that to aimed at a peaceful

Frosty Morn" We do not win stay In busln...... There Is no soon.At first I was tempted to Ignore of Liberty, cooperation in buildIng solution of the United : GENTLEMEN: : Enclosed It front of libel of Dosing Gold Syrup pack** :

friends by Insulting our neigh maglo In having, or getting, your letter. At times 1'Ve the Cathedral of the Pines btates-Panama dispute collapsedand Plan send m* purchase pna tl,CM pint
bors. Frosty Morn is to be more Industry that suddenly I as a Memorial to women who an emergency meeting of .
been tempted to speak even have died In al lour and J
wars
commended on the odor control hemisphere foreign ministers -- .
makes any town the fount of 1 II
more sharply. But believe +
many other worthwhile ,
exercised by them Id I location milk and proj wa suggested. sum
honey. There is
no 3M
,you were sincere when you ects. However our club has the 14 of the 21 .
where an expanding community Agreement by M lip =
to convince
way an industry that believe ae
wrote. 1
you are sincere privilege of choosing ,. I J
project American nation would be
baa grown around them this I Is the any : required .
in this wide
one spot
even though the writer has seen world that I* best for living, In what you have aid to we with to emphaslie always to call such a meeting Urea esa be more 4g N N N N N N N N N tie to N N N N N Nfa .
stranger, to your friends and
no growth In the past twenty best for work, and beat for keeping mind the needsof aa Panama requested Indica.Uons destructive than aa A-bombt
about I
your wife Quincy. believe
year. If the odor la (till remembered our local community. are that the United States
either the memory play. Especially when Industryla you want to live here another Mrs. Sexter Otis Arnold president 1 would not oppose such a meet- . . . . .

f la awfully good or it lint more concerned with facts 30 years, and make mon of the General Federation,, Ing. . . . . WHVKK
frosty Morn about markets, labor, taxes, ey and see the town grow in had declared: that the General' . . . .
transportation, utilities, raw materials the light directions. :
Federation of Woman' IRS ARRESTS
Cluba
MANY
Next paving street I It a sign
and their chance of
.f decadence! Or walt, It* a making a PROFIT. Now if you are also willing has always strongly advocated' Th Internal Revenue Service

sign of progress! Yes, prog- The next subject to work to make those things the freedom of the press and expect to make additional arrests -

res*. For at last "th city la "Welfare the cornea up com true, you might really enJoy that this has never been more over the next few weeks 'I
or Going Wage '
tome of the work I set aside SATURDAYrr
going to pave a few street that Rate" There' a large number thla 'Important than It 1* today when' aa It step up its campaign to X
to put on
paper. Probably
more than half of the
everyone baa been trying to of people In this town who the moat Important research countries root out corruption In its
of the world live
get paved for the biggest part should be receiving welfare .' under partialor ranks.
digging or a PVC
of my thirty years." It might along with weekly salaries to who wants pip to know manufactures complete blackout of news I So far this year, thirteen person .

be noted that "everyone" must make ends meet. Unfortunatly through censorship | have been arrested Including
fact about potential markets Again accept our deep thanks seven IRS employees in :
mean "everyone else. But at not all salaries are adequateto and of FEB. 29th
source supply, and coolIng -
and all good wishes bribery and embeulement
last success. The streets are do all that we would have water and availability of cas
being Sincerely es. More arrest are forecastby ;
paved. That's good
(hem do
; most of u* have to skilled labor and taxes and
And what's this "Tblstown' Quincy Woman' Club Robert M. Morgenthau Unit-
now, adjust .
champagne-appetite to
other data. With his required .
Mrs James M. ed State .
sole purposeii to run beer-budget. U la also true,' Investment and the nature of hla Watts AUorney.GVANTANAlI10 .

Dullness away from here." That unfortunately that a man on a business he Is especially in-' President IS J

would really be something if It weekly salary at least has something tereated In the protection afforded AND WATERIt :
were true? And, for a aurprlse coming even though he has been announced by r
by existing building
Kiwanis
sometimes 1 feel the same may have to plan his spending codes, and toning enforcement. Club the Navy department that aal.nt .

way about Ill But not for the to fit. Almost everybody bas Getting an Industry Into a (Coiilnued from fate One) Installed conversion that will Plant end will Castro be ': : $
the
same reasons writer had In
to do that. town take a lot more than II Cuba's harassment of the bane I : PIG STARTIN' DAY
mind! The
quickest for
way a We know exactly bow you wishing or writing letter to original sponsor of the Southern by cutting off the water supply.
town to run business away la feel, when we think of the extremely the editor. Scholarship and Research Th department also I for some self an
Individuals to act like a yapping the Chamber tile to operate. the jobs of the Chamber of Commerce In 1948 for the purpose of providing number of Cuban civilian unspecified worker I:. PER TON DISCOUNT ON %.
farm-puppy that keep eternally That raises these questions housing facilities and
; the Committee of 40 and at the base
getting under foot when the Dues the letter writer belong the Quincy Development Cur other aid to college students' In* line with President are being John-tired :. $ 5 00 ALL PURINA HOG CHOWS .

team la tubing to get the load to the Chamber? to the Committee poration. The Junior Chamber who were capable of attending ion's order to reduce the $9- '_r. BOUGHT ON THIS DAYI! te*.
moving but In need of
financial
of to the college
p--- ,- 40? Quincy runs the Junior Mint contest million annual flow of wages to .
Development Corporation? 1 and does other Interesting help. The foundation la presently the Cuban economy throughthe I.

am sure the answer 1s no in things to keep Quincy awake serving 242 ttudenta at workers. Once every four years we gel an EXTRA DAY. Sat- .

each instance. We always find and alive. It 1* made up of rsu.Dr. N
I that the people who refuse to clvle minded young men between Stone told of hi* early Delta Air Lines' travel Inform er urday. February 29th. is the extra day. We have declared .

Olili- provide money for these agencies the ages of 21 and 39 school day In Calhoun County it Ion counter at the New this PIG STARTIN' DAY AT OUR STORE. .

to do a job are always the There are duea" near Blountatown where be was York World' Fair will be located .

Pkaaa MAle 7.'J\I first to complain about the job Getting an industry also cod.money born him and an old reared.school He bad teacher'shand with In the Transportation A *UU And on EXTRA DAY we are offering; $5.00 per ton .j
not being done. (And Chamber than
membership 1* only 9c a day for realise., It more cost money at least 120.000 you bell that wa left to him Travel building Pavilion with Cinerama In the Space-same .BB discount on ALL Purina Hog Chows. This amazing offer .

Thurs, Fek IT an individual or 18c a day fora o( Investment capital to create teacher In the will He of reminisced one of his former sometimes arlum. t Is good for one day only February 29th. AU Hog :r
bualne.1You !
one job. In Alabama and many W, Allen Markham of Okeo
In an amusing and at this for through March 14
say It cost more to live other stales but awl Including way chobee will be general chairman j I Chows sold on day delivery .

THREE STOOGESGO than salaries bring in, W* say Florida) a city can Issue municIpal other about his times attendance In a serious at the vein little -, of the 21st annual Florida _._ qualify for the $5.00 per ton Discount. This Is In addition .

AROUND It coats more to search out, solicit revenue bond to pay for Fruit A Vegetable A..... convention -
one room, one teacher the normal discount.
and sell an Industry oncoming erecting buildings and equipping at the Americana to : :
THE WORLD schools that were onlythree ,
open Hotell .
to Quincy than Is currently them for manufacturing. Thus, .
Miami Beach, Sept 22
available tor such woik. when an Alabama city 'gives' a what month Influence In those the year teachers, and _. Come by our store and see results of our improved .1.

Without "welfare aid" Us you 1)500,000 plant to an industry or had had upon hla life. I ( .. pig; starters. We have two pigs In our store feeding; them .
Frl Uirouik Tuce, recommend) the U la another
job truly re 14,000,000 plant aa
fee. It tl. stricted. We ,agree. Alabama city did they are aa An the interclub Monday meeting visit was by madeat four UIU the new Improved Early Weaning; Chow Baby Pig Chow urrr

Mar L.1 I And now to "tne business that you say, saddling old Urn .... members of the Greensboro .o and Pig Startena that produced 100 pounds of pork on .1.

WALT DISNEY have left thla town because ideate with an obligation justto Kiwanis Club. They were Rene 11 pounds less feedl! You can buy PIG CHOW 40 AND r
I''UI' town dues not know bow bring In a new business. Fletcher Bernard Clark Murray .

presents ,to live. But In the next sea- Purchaser of municipal revenue Spotter and Wayne Hanna. _a. MIX WITH YOUR GRAIN AND GET SIMILAR RESULTS. muu

THE SWORD IN lance "yea, they give a little to bond tlnd them attractive Jack Jones, local distributor forth *
a.There other too.
THE STONE get one business while at the They are tax free and return a Shell Oil Company was a e are advantages; Bfl

time they make a total: much higher income than In
same guest, as were Gary Porch and "
longtime resident pay heavy dustrials or savings. Some George Gilbert of the Quincy X Come In And See The Pigs Weighed .

Ba'. Feb. ttDOIBLE But looking back a Sew lines manufacturer therefore let a High School: Key Club. *

: IEATIIE i"Why cant this town bend a community Issue revenue bond In At 10 O'Clock Saturday Morning mm

little, break a few rules, cut a to finance their plants and then
THE SWORD IN little tape and get new businesses the manufacturer buy up the Forestry ReportThe r

THE STONE and new face coming entire Issue to be ha* his Cadsden County Forestry UU We are pleased to offer better-than-ever Purina Hog .1.

Into this town." So, as I understand cake and eat It too. This profit *
I Service report BO wood ftreaIn "sj Chows' at a $5.00 per ton additional discount. Take ad- I
I
LASSIFS"GREATADVENTURE this argument, the opportunity can mean far more Naasbee
I town gives; the town doesnt than an electric bill that might the of past woods seven fire day since January %. vantage of this special offer. Come by our store or call .,'

give. The city U unfair to its be Involved In a city "giving a I ol this year adds up to II IION us on Pig; Startin' Day. night; or day Saturday. February .
StarrlBf June Lochkart 'long time resident because it little" on utilities as :you suggest. 4 burning XI acre Number of *

sad ttaa wont live the same thing to wood fire at thin same time a l V"B 29th. Stock up on famous Purina Starting; Chows NOW. r

the oldtlmer ** It doesn't live Why not com around to a year ago totaled 1* charring The Pig Startin' season Is here I .1.

to a newcomer Ui nun, that's "grlta and gripes" breakfast 1311 acre. m

SUrU Wedaeaday, ya ya.You'd aome Monday, or listen to "Your Rainfall In the Qulncy area

Mar. 4 better relax, boy Chamber of Commerce Speaks" during the past week averagedg0

If. take a deep breath. You on the radio on Tuesday, or ; Roeedale, 1.10; Havana,' I > SUBER & JOHNSON CO. :::

THE YOUNG have a right to say everything stop by the chamber office any 120and the county average mMO MISSION-CUodtCharev I ;

you said In your letter weekday and volunteer for .." 1.03.. 44, France1 seal "

SWINGERS I, Just like you said You alto ice. Might DOW we are working appointed charge ftftalrea .. :. er QUINCY Phone 627-7631 FLORIDA *

BUrriBi Molly Bee have an obligation to put quotation I to get a junior college, to aaaiat Household Hint Ceenmunbt China leaves Pule ..I

marks around the words In determining the right alignment for Peking. ftoe President 11* Tour Town and Country Shopping CenterI.a
bedroaa u4
-pure truth" when you make for Interstate 10, for eliminating Coordinate a Charles de Gaulle recognised .

THE HILL WILL !: statement ol opinion. While upriver pollution endangering bath wit cofer-aaatrlMd sbeett C......., Cklaa ea the .
I'm rereading your full salve river and lake fishing art towel AvoOaMe hi atrip**, ground"as Asian peace or war lifex-( . . . .% . .

OPEN EASTERI! on that subject let me Invite for better retail busineos, kelp- aoUda print theyH wash right la possible without Peking.* :. . I . % I I I

:you to our next Monday morn- log la the creation and estab along with Ua aatlly ..... . . U . 1



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GADbUtJI. COUNTY TIMES. QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1M4 JMOd TUXA
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Bils And :I Spw1c4YOUt HfAlIH. Oral Poliomyelitis Vaccine ; make your list from JITNEYS finer foods... .thenCOME i

.. Request FormPlease I

Pieces : > By LESTER I* COLEMAJf, MA 1''
list the name and age of every member of your family (c IN & SAW
L BY HUTCH I who will take the vaccine. Ptaslclans of the Poliomyelitis Program ,
j They Have Less Heart Disease and their astictanU are hereby requested and authorized'
to admlntaier Oral Poliomyelitis Vavclne to the persons w'hose

In Another the office new Tuesday registrant Whe wt IT IS Interesting'to note that toff Into heart disease may be I names appear below: II I I j I I

he was approached to see wha although heart dlataae U the through the control of overweight i NAME: .... .,... A .............. 1
he wanted we asked U he d*. moat common complication of and high cholesterol -
aired to register. "No sir" be high blood-pressure (hypertension level ==== : =: 7FROSTY
said "I was In here and registered ) in the United States, this Research projects of this nature NAME? MORN MEATSALE
last week I came In toda; i* not *o in Japan are in constant progress ,
to VOTE I'm Inclined Ure :Because of this unusual find all over the world Conclusion NAME ...__.__.............._......._ Age ......._........I
.? with a preacher friend ot tog; art extensive study wt are immediately published in .

nine who remarked the othe completed on 461 Japanese medical journal and translatedinto NAME -__....._....._......JMUMH .,Him Afiff ................... III
day:: "I don't curse often, bu foreign language. When .1
this li fast Into patients In an
a h-country of a fix!" getting effort to Kk the findings ere corroborated NAME: -.--...,.--...".--...--..-.-"-.. "'I"., AW ...."..-.........I
the reason for people of an nation use the

Some fifteen or twenty Qulnfyttet thl* phenomenon health.Information for their bettor NAME: ...i..."..........._..UU.-II.MU-n Act .......-.......... Smoked
with one out of town

guest and a politician or two It WM found .5. .............................. I
really enjoyed a big supper that high bloodpressure THI APACHE INDIANS ADDRESS! ......................_..."...-
clown at Stonry Edwards' trailer alone The Apache Indian in Arizona .1

at Soapstone on Lake Tat did not neceeaarllT > almost never develop coronary Parent (or Guardian ....._"..............".."............. s
clam last Wednesday night O heart dUesso. In fact not a PICNICS

the backbone menu pilau were, charcoal chitterlings broiled .. Dr. Oolenuut heart cause dlaaase.Overweight single case of "coronary" WMrecorded ..-........ \-.I
14? Apache Address ;
steaks, sweet potatoes, cornbread and among ( of Parent
and coffee. Joseph "Bui. a marked Increase of chole. above the age of 40. r

1' Suber, Byron "Dr. EjeBevls tarot in the blood were evident Dr. Nathan J. Clifford, of .............................. ............... ... .. _
Ventura., California, studied the D tti.
and W. N. Falrcloth did Important additional factor
the heavy cooking with Hamp- that eontiibuU to heart complication White Mountain Apache tribe ,
ton Strickland taking car of ; *. for two years: for the purpose of -- -- -- --- -- Whole
the charcoal grill explaining "why the American 29C
I'm told on good authority Greater ZneUenr Indian has a death rate from buddy) John Herring to give a Chain Stores Lb. lb. ;
that George Johnson was down Dr. Sam Switzer, of the Albert heart disease that U 2'i time report of progress. John got
there for a feed one night i Elnrtela College of Medicine lower than the general United up cleared his throat smiled Increase SalesAn
few weeks ago and although hrprofeaaea In New York city, under State population." sweetly and said "We have had
to be a country boy took this .tu y. He found that Low Calorie Intake a lot of good publicity on the Increase of 879 percent Wlnn-
recorded by
r eaten any bake In sales was
.
possum There was i side dish patients under forty year of The rarity of heart disease In radio and will get more on tolevlslon Dixie Stores during the 4-wee* 12 Oz, $100}
on that night and George went ap with high blood pressure the Apache tribe probably can concerning the drive'Do period ended February 8 compared FRANKS 3
after the delicacy He InslsU' bad four time the incidence of be attributed to their dietary you think he even mentioned with the corresponding Pkgs.
that he woke up the next morn., rterfoMleroda In America than habits Their total calorie intake the Gadsden County Times period a year MO I
tog sick and running a temperature atallar patient in Japan. i* relatively beer a* compared that had the event plastered allover Sales volume for this period
and Bully insists it wa It was uaturaX therefore for to the average American.The the front page last week totaled I6R2B2673 a* compared Fresh Smoked
because he ate so much tf.T'"S that He said later that he just took with $((14,888,411 for the
Dr. Swltztf to Investigate the Indian eat very little
old Hutch and Time publicity
difference la diet In the two cheese, eggs bacon or whole for granted And us having a same... period of M.403.25UAn In 19(13. it In.cre. -I itklb. I
countries. Be learned that the milk vtilcb. are food particularly special program to show our Increase wa also noted 39cSausage3ibs.99| (
about SO
Japanese consume high In saturated animal appreciation to others for the 37-week period ended
grams of fat per day, while' fat*. It i* known that these Seriously, h* didn't mean to February 8. Sale totaled $:\31.I' ,-':,
'I' r. A't taaua C T Americans QooBume five times foods tend to ratoe the cholesterol leave us out and we're still DM,743 compared to (:\011.).,
.' .1 loot tat par day to their dictaThe Iml in the blood *o intvmatory good friends hut It does make 9n: .943 for the correspondingperiod
toIU IUlili rOil a lot cholesterol Jonret fa the i linked to greater frequency you stop and think, doesn't it1 I:: a year ago, an increaseof PRODUCE AT ITS BEST -
blood of Americans of comparable : of heart disease.In 476 percent.WinnDixie ,
age was almost twice that this instance another The old axiom that two heads I now operate 823:
are better than one Is not necessarily
units and wholesaleunits
retail 8
of U.Japanese.TwfcoAsCreat. ethnic group within our own *o. The State Road
throughout the Southeast -'
country contrlbntoa vital information had a crew of men Tender
Department compared with 601 retail Crisp
A from witch other Americana
to the new
a making adjustment
and 8 wholesale unit I a
yearago.
:fit the relatively mr easel tfJopaneM
well profit. Madison and
may traffic lights at |
1 patient who doTeJoped nan column art designed Jefferson Tuesday Two colored : CARROTS lib.FkD.. 9c
heart QaeaM ass complication to relieve yourear* abort men were directing traffic The adjective has mad life: .
of high blood pressure health through a better unrfcratandfsj while the lights were out. One lucky for advertising expertsand yP
they were Interestingly obeae o/your mliul and body. signalled me north on Madison I radio and TV coimnrnUtor -
and had a rather high cholesterol AH the kopr/ut now advances across Jefferson while another : 'p'' Firm JuicyAPPLES ?
the go-ahead to a great big _
level in the blood. U medicine reported keel art gave
75ARLY Front this Dr. Switzer concluded Known to doctor evrrytollm. tank truck loaded with propane -

AMERICAN'ETTLEP that the best way of Your JrtdttldunJ medical froth Jefferson.gas to That proceed thing east looked on F SPRING 4 iq; 33c

J controlling hip blood pressure tern ouli( be haoOei by you like a Sherman tank when It
KEPT: THEIR and prevantiag It from develop- own doctor JI'knows you beetO came bearing down on me and
TEETH: WHITE BfBRUSHING
THEM II ( 1964 Sins Teataw* Syndicate lot) my little Falcon pickup truik LAWN
WITH ptILID YWI6 I retreated in a hurrylI HAVE CARD PUNCHED

OF DOftWOOQ... John & GARDEN : ; L' AND REGISTER AT
I friend
I of
rich food. Anyway, Bully says me about it. I believe there spoke my
were about aa many In sym Herring earlier in this column JITNEY JUNGLE ONLY
i he's going to have George back mind that John
Now It comes to
of the
1 pathy with the feelings
down there for another possum **
writer who didn't 'has taken (or had thrust upon
it as there was B. Sure Your CardI.
soon as warms
supper as up '
It lakes skill him by Louie boomer aa president
think too well of it. Had one rr
a bit. He sayi he a going to
and experienceto roast a big fat mama possun) slightly anonymous letter, too, (himself of the the chairmanship Kiwanis Club)of upon the Punched by 6:30 P.M.
and have her stuffed with which follows:
filla Dear Editor, countywide "Stop I'ollo" campaign ''r
dressing on the center of the will underwaythis : I
that get ii5JI
prescription.F. plate surrounded by parched p It II' congratulate the Sunday. Most people dun : LAST WEEK'S NAME
baby possums Interspersed with !young man who wrote the letter L' ..
realize what a tremendouslylarge cO Bessie Oliver
\,sweet potatoes. I think I'll skip in taut week' paper I Job that I..*. There are a p
that onel! only disagree with one thing a o p
thing that '
thousand and one an
P. May BONUS WINNERS
.
with it and that Is It should
word
be don to let the
have to
I really stirred up a hornet's have been on the front pane. out to the people 01 the county 7iiili PERSWEEPTYPE Alonzo Moore
Drug Co. nest when I published that letter May everyone hurry and get and make preparation to lakecars $150.00 Green
to the editor last week. I the spunk to tell about this the Elouls
of those that apply for ,
e Phone 627.7601 didn't take time to count t thenumber 'nossy and i gosiilplaf little vaccine The time 10 take care LAWN RAKE Tom Curable
of telephone calla [had town. lie should hive mentioned \
Quincy Fla. concerning the letter nor the a lot more thing which I'm of these matters was very short fleembie, apring-st.t) JACKPOT Mrs. George Pope
I had to be
number of people who_talked to sure he knows about and could Many letter prepared and wrlu.n'ibrochurel printed teeth shaped tosweep Haiel King
word better than L"Sincerely I
dun.Como
and news releanes preparedfor
the media of this area. In tollable. firs.
I NEED A GOOD PLUMBERIN r "E. H." all of this John hal tried to the liardeneihandlt _.
A BIG HURRY '- -- I don't know whit "E. H." Is best of his ability to keep th.populace \ ShorlenlnqCRISCO r
don't aik but E. 1L
so me seems from bothering the
AT REASONABLE COST? \ S770 ''tit be a little bit "teed" off with busy physicians of the Gads-, $2.25NEW73FS77JS735JC
things around these parts. ,den County Medical Staff ro-l .
I sponsor of the project. John
The old Cadsden County made a alight mistake or two
or want to contract I Times and yours truly took it not Intentionally which caused risco
on the chin Monday. My club tome complaint in a spot orIwo.
a big or little Job? ,the Klwanl had several school The little error he made
THEN DIAL 627-8666 leathers at the Monday meeting would be mad by anyone In *
to ihow them appreciation he tame position who took on ROTATING "GOLF BALI
,for their endeavors In behalf such a herculean task. I feel LAWN SPRINKLER 3 Lb. 59C '
HOUR SERVICE! '
24
i of our children. We also had avery hat I'm partly to blame for .01- I...... Can KEWitw
distinguished speaker from some of the IIip-UP1lIO lit say i ....., .....
MOODYPLUMBINGCOMPANY ,Tallahassee and a delegation for John and me both, we're a..a SS.Y,' faaarum.E" .
from the Greensboro club as sorry. Very sorry. ..
1927 Mainline Drive 'guest A* most of you know West I .. $4.95 With Order ,
,th. Quincy Klwanla Club I Is I eo. '.
QUINCY. FLORIDA sponsoring a county-wide stop The annual Florid 1
polio drive which begin this Coast Boat Show to be held in
,Sunday. President lands Boomer Tampa March S a will be I REDEEM YOUR STOKLEY COUPONS AT JITNEY JUNGLEIN
Next Door to B&H Construction Company
called on the chairman of produced by the Florida State QUINCY I
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCT, FLORIDA." THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27, eM i
PAtiC.. FOUR __________
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Of course, there' no reason why any young man or ,><>i. The alms and objectives ng, and several home all In YOU are required by law to report I MISSING HUSBANDS
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand 'if consumers however, are asllverie one small package but the newsI her wages and py the social New York The Tracers
woman should be barred from federal employment if he si their living standards I>per, then a revolution in advertising security tax. If you don't Company of America has come
THE CHATTAHOOCHEB continuing!: !: TRIBUNE or the doesn't receive unfair advantage over another their backgrounds, and Is heralded. < do this, you will be required to up with some Interesting sU'
their environments.In When stores pay the tax plus interest when tlsllo on disappearing husbands .
Job applicantPerhaps
Publl-fted each Thursday at IS !t. Madison Street major grocery .
found out! But ,
are ,
you more
then It find effective to
where all practice appearalikely a more way
kind of examination appU.
.
A Job B. ferry NeiwepapefE8TABI.1SHED tome that the so-called conranter ,ell coffee and bacon they will Important, you would be depriving The general manager Ed
1901 cants: may start from scratch and hare their abilities expert will actually be certainly slop putting the bulkof your household workerof Ooldfader said that the numberof
Quincy Florida Judged without bias or favor is the ideal solution But expressing no more than their their advertising budget Into her social security benefits husbands who have dtsan.
personal views as to what the newspapers.In benefits to which she otherwise peared each year steadily
this not be attainable.The .
IIT
a..A -*- FMb** foM .> Q.r. I. eesala. may consumer ought to like. This short, when the whole economic would be legally entitled. Increased since 1850. past (
CSe'Wqestl.on is that summer Jobs shouldbe is not to disparage their good I year has been s bumper year
One Tsar W; .00 Two Year M10 811 Months, 11.71 health of the communityIs
eliminated wherever possible. Between patronageand intentions, It simply reflects the not reflected In hometown Just as your own employerdoes with 75,000 husbands skipping
J L. natchinaoB __ Pub/llh parental persuasion too many Jobs have been nothing act[ that there Is no way to determine newspaper advertising then the you too will have to pay, outThe I
Don Carnus A.... end New than We can't afford this what consumers want newspaper should begin to part of the social security tax I reasons that top the list
more government any longer nor is it good for the youngsters, who receive purchases. deduction Is three' and five In-law misery and spouse strife

a mistaken idea of what work, and earning a living Telling' the consumer what he eights percent: her wages up
I Statistics
Social .
'O I ought to want might be harm- Security to $4800 s plus an equal prove what the sU.tuttdan
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Is really like. lets enough! except that It Is amount as your share, when you sets out to prove. That
C usually coupled with legislative InformationIt submit your quarterly report of explains the poll mistake:
J: tJ: :lt QUINCY proposals designed to prevent your household workers wages.
O: 0 producers from offering him wasn't too many years ago The reports are. sent to the Internal -
anything else. It Is predictablethat that It was unusual for a wife Revenue Service along Floor Covering
to hold a Job in business or Industry with the
II CALENDAR OF EVENTSA the efforts of the consumer payment of the tax In
representatives' will be aim while hiring someone to the month following the end of
do her household work. Today each IaeIDdlat FermleeInlaid
ed at a further shackling! of the quarter
The Profession Community Service by the manufacturer In his efforts to there are 12 million working A representative from this Uautse rabbet,
Preaching I provide new products and pack- wives tn this country, or about office will be at the Courthouse
Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce 627-8518 ages to satisfy the varied and one out of every three marriedwomen. In Quincy every Monday of vinyl eorkCounter
While some of us do not realize it, the role of the changing wants of consumers. Although have no the month at, BSD 1200: noon

clergyman In our community has become a role represented Calendar is based on Information reported by club representatives We doubt that the of the government consumer these figures women to show hire how. many domestic of to claim assist or wanting persons other In filing information a- Top
-
by men who have undergone many years 01 secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding will have much to say In his workers we do know that J concerning social security' Work

pedallted training. The old days, when anyone who publication. behalf on farm price supports children million under working wives old.hive matters.
felt Inclined to preach picked o Bible and began or on the International coffee years
up agreement This means that unless these HURT ON WITNESS STAND
.
preaching are fast going out of fashion. children.. In nurseries or unless Seattle In M Types
Thursday February 27- Canning Center 8.5; Alcoholics The laws against fraud andmisrepresentation an effort to help
Grandma Is available for his friend, Jack
While mere are no standardized requirements far Anonymous & Al-anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St the consumer usually against protect his baby sitting someone Is hired Injured on the Harry witness Bush stand was Expert Installation
the ministry, and never will be, and while such Is not Paul's Parish House; Florida State Employment ServIce enemies. But who will protect 10 take care of these children when the stand collapsed.
desirable, it Is nevertheless true that long years of prep 9 3, S. Roberts St; Fifth and Sixth Grade Mm from his friends? In the home. Often this babysitter Bush struck his head on the
will do other work around
oration and study are increasingly demanded of our Men's metal casing around the witness SHElfER.BLlTCH(
Basketball Single Elimination Tourney; league the house, too. Situations like chair when the stand broke that
clergymen.The Basketball: Hydro Gas vs. Manning Taylor, 7 p.m.. this place the woman of the supported the chair "'

Job Itself which is another thing some people Quincy High School Gym; Shell Oilers vs. Craig house In to the nearly position 2 of million employer Bush later fainted and had to fOJK't "LOt#>>.;

fall to understand, is a tremendously demanding one. Oil 8.30 p.m., Quincy High School Gym. efoMIlJuJin'JJ American domestics! And as an be was taken horn and the case
The clergyman who attends to ail his duties, the sorrows, employer the working wife temporarily postponed. .
the details the preparation of inspirational sermons, the Friday February 28Pilot Club, 1 p.m.. Jefferson House; takes on certain responsibili --------

counseling and the tending of the many people who Canning Center, 8 5; Air Force Recruiter 9 12 ties.One I
need comfort is work Post Office; Junior Boys Basketball: Hawks vs. Warriors responsibility seeing to
support, advice or encouragement It that the household employee I
Ing a seven-day week and often a twenty-four hour 4.15 p.m.; Lathers vs. Celtics, S p.m. ls getting the proper social security

day.When Monday, March 2-Kiwanis Club 1 p-m.,Jefferson House; By Hilch I woman credit the employer As a Is working probably 1K

we consider the training, the study and the American Legion John W. Shaw Post No. 84, 8 p.m., Broadcast networks and national well aware of the old-age,
experience which all go Into the process of developing' American Legion Home; Masonic Lodge Gadsden publications of various survivors, and disability protection / lrIl
kinds have, for been she Is building for her
the average clergyman it makes: us real!.. that the Chapter No. 30, R.A.M., TalMarQuln Council 23 flashing figures to years prove the future through social security

benefit from their services, and their individual worth.i 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social Security Representative power of their advertising.The But this protection Is not limited III
is measureless, and reminds some of us that they are 9:30 a.m., Court Room. Court House; Boy local newspaper has no to workers In commerceand
elaborate research organization industry Nine out of ten
among us to serve, and that we should take advantage Scout Troop No. 203 7:30: p.m.. Scout Hut; Girl Scout to prove Its effectiveness: yet workers men and women Jr-
of their counsel perhaps more than we do. Troop 148. 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. It does not need to enter an including domestics and '
argument on 1U comparativevalue their families are. covered
Tuesday, March 3- Canning Center, 8 S; Garden Club as an advertising outlet. by social leeurU,.
And Now MarchWith The canto register remains Your household
worker whe
,
Kit.
Board Meeting, 7:30: ; Lions Club. 7 p.m.,
p.m. the best gauge of the value oi ther s maid cook, laundress,
rushing winds and gloomy skies trail's Cafe.Wednesday I retail advertising. cleaning woman, or baby sitter,
When the major department Is covered If you pay her $50
The dark and stubborn Winter dies; March 4- Nary Recruiter, 10:30 a.m., Post atom such as bears: Alac,'., or more In cash In a calendar
Far-off, unseen Spring faintly cries Office; Jaycees 12 noon. Kittrell's Cafe; ExchangeClub fields, and Gimbel's find s better quarter. (And Just as a reminder

Bidding her earliest child aria.; 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter, 9:30: newspapers advertising there medium may be some than the, a three-month calendar quarter periods la one beginning of. :, ;! 1 i

March! a.m., Post Office; Navy Recruiter, 10:30 am. Post reason for surveys. with January April
Bayard Taylor Office. When the leading retailer in July and October). Room and
March, which brings us Spring is almost upon us. the typical small city does not :board are not counted, but bus EARNS ITS KEEP ALMOST DAILYA
Thursday March SCanning Center 8 .5; Alcoholics concentrate his advertising In fare Is, If It Is paid In rash.I .
Many people are unaware that in early Colonial days local newspapers, then other If you have a household worker .
Anonymous & Al-anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St retailers I who barn telephone can be one of the lowest
the year began In March.In may wonder about the meets this requirement
those days, it seemed a. if warmer weather, or Paul's Pariah House; Florida State Employment Service value of newspaper advertising. cost highest value farm tools you can find.
9 3, S. Roberts St.; 7aycees Bosses Night. When the modern super-drugstore -
Spring, heralded the new year. Today, however, the House Men's League Basketball: finds a substitute for the Install J this unbeatable time saver today. i..Jtw .
7:30 Jefferson
;
jiew year comes in with the coldest of the winter weather. p.m. local newspaper then newspap-
March is the month of many memories and ann1raarle. Manning Taylor vs. Craig Oil 7 p.m.. Quincy High era advertisers should. begin to ll :
School Gym; Shell Oilers vs. Hydro Gas, 8:30: p.m., worry ,
., far Americans. March 1st is Nebraska State When the boy with a bicycle
y. Nebraska having been admitted to the Union ontide Quincy High School Gym. for sale can find s better medium

, i day in 1867. March 2nd Is the anniversary of Texas Friday, March 6Shrine Club, 7:30: p.m., Kittrell's Cafe; \ than section the of classified his advertising Has e

Independenc. Day, March 3rd Is \the anniversary of the Canning Center 8.5; Junior Woman's Club, 11 a.m., then thousands of small newspaper advertisers -

birthday of Alexander Graham Bell who was born in I Woman's Club House; Air Force Recruiter 9 12, may begin to wonder Quincy Telephone Co
Edinburgh Scotland, la 1842 March 4th was formerly, Post Office. about newspapers.
When the
Inauguration Day for presidents of the United States sell real estate firm tan ,... M f ta"
a farm a commercial bulld-
(until 1937)). Monday, March 9- Klwanls Club, 1 p.m, Jefferson --

March 5th is the anniversary of the Boston massacre, House; Order Eastern Star, 8 p-m., Masonic Building;

March 6th is the anniversary of the fall of the Alamo in Social Security Representative, 9.30: a.m., CourtRoom

Texas. California observes Arbor Day on the anniversary Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30: p.m., /"- .... J_ ar.arr"tk '

of the birth of Luther Burbank March 7th. On that day Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148 4pm., First Presbyterian Pam scom 111 l3 m3I1SW-sA1ICTlOIIm.Mrrsea111BMw0fN9lG toammDM

also, in 1878, Bell got a patent for his telephone. I Church; Blood Rank 4 .10 p.m., American "

Perhaps one day you will be remembered for something Legion Home.

you did, and history books will record a special I Tuesday March 10-- Canning Center, 8 .5; Rotary Club, TOTAL i N }
errravre \
day as a memorable date for your deed, or your birthday 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic arvaaearpf.aravr JIDli: i !

anniversary. Greatness is not impossible, if we set Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers 7:30 ,

our hearts and minds to the task. I p.m. Clubhouse Shadow Street I -l ...

Wednesday, March 11- Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m., Post
Obscene MailThe
Office; Jaycees 12 noon. Kittrell's Cafe; Exchange

dub 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter, 9 a.m.,
Post Office Department is continuing its cracking

down on those who violate the mailing laws by sending Post Office.

pornographic material through the postal service. I PERFORMAN

The department asks the cooperation of citizens who I The National Outlook
receive obecene mall and that cooperation would be

. the reporting of such, an incident, and the presentation

o! such mall to postal authorities.It By George IlisedornCOVStMFR 1t
is not generally known but the Post Office De The question Is, how does one

partment's inspection service is the oldest and one of FRIEND OR rOE EXPERTS represent the consumer viewpoint

the finest law enforcement agencies of the U. S. Gov Usually when an Individual
la want message, President of 1
s the role
ernment. This service is now engaged In a major effortto Johnson rlalml'dh.... Is a assumes f4
his
track down the senders of pornographic material need for greater representationof statements spokesman reflect lor s s group crystallisation WI N.NEWS
In
the viewpoint
consumer
through the mail of the views of its mem-
government. This raises a ques-
There laws the of the mails
are stem against use Jon ss to whether. such representation .
for material which tends to corrupt, and the new policy Is possible In the broad '-; t\

of the department is not to concentrate on tinge cases sense had in the mind.President' apparently READY MIX : ./J ', \

but to engage in an shout\ drive against more urgent
For many yeses there has been
and positive cases.Business a group of unofficial volunteer CONCRETECONCRETE {
consumer experts" who have -fl---
arced amities and individuals
Good to rely on standardlutlon and
'grade labelling as the beds ef I :

Most of the early indications point to a "very goodyear ,heir purrhsslnf. In the past .JT
I thus efforts have borne little
for the business world. Even the stock market is at fruit Consumers have misted

an all-time high the vast majority of experts expect it regimentation and have preferred '
to go higher. to make their own choices BLOCK .,
the myriad offerings In
Automobile sales have been very good In the first their among local retail stores.

weeks of 1964. Demand for steel is higher than expected.The The consumer experts, however }
tax cut is sure to boost spending and release money are apparently now to
have their day In the sun. The
Into the Oakland Concrete
economy. crested .
President has the office 4FOIfflFord
The number one question for the nation does not of Special Assistant to the Products Company !

seem to be whether business will be good in 1964. Rather President, a President's for Consumer Committee Af'airs ADM BosUck sad

it seems to be whether the tax<'Ut. which will reduce on Consumer Interests and a John Thomson

federal Income by ov.r eleven billion dollars, will prove Container Advisory Council all P9.a. MASS T-fOtf
to be a long-term stimulantIf to advise him on Issue of concern -

the tax-cut does stimulate business, by increasing to consumers. --- -- -- -

Incentive and allowing more capital to be put into expansion
and by giving most Americans more money to I COULD'' 1 has just won Motor Trend's "Car of the Year"
spend then tax reveues will Increase the national i H.. Fenl M*** Helps Brine Yes s Bettor
as YOU AFFORD I I Award, with a special citation saluting ford S total Carl Most automotive engHwert w4 tel fUVrang ,
economy grows and expands.This proved In titian. II is s valued laboratory. For example.
open compe
is the new theory we are depending on and to performance track competition: M Orsctty to ttwte Ford
the vital test for it and our economy Is whether it works ((1REPLACE and engine eA+rcgs: better block. Improved pas
The durability. readability, going-power stopping to"s.naa
daw.tr..auwgeroorwwi
out as we think it will in the next two or three years. ; m rods anet bolts.
i power' that led Ford to victory after victory are

Summer Plums Chances are your home and the furnishings In it have the same traits you want for your daily driving! Such ngtreekr.cord.ndtototaleeAOrwr.rKeCome Improvement contribute to Ford's

j 1I Increased In value sine you purchased them In, test-drive a total performance winnerl I t In your everyday driving

Summer Jobs for students, In the federal government I HAS YOUR INSURANCE PROTECTION

have become a controversial Issue INCREASED ACCORDINGLY? --.. .,

Last summer the administration was accused of for up-to-dat. coverageon r,5R

dealing cease and out desist Jobs order on a from patronage the Civil basis Service which Commission.brought a I your insurable propertySEE TEST-DRIVE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER. AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S
OR CALL
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Now the CSC has gone a step farther and ruled

out nepotism in these temporary positions. In other REY Is1lTI
words no department or agency can hire a son or ...Ir

daughter of any employee already working there. iiSuJulsuxahtd Inman-Johnson Motor Company, Inc.

The intent is to prevent preferential treatment on --
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_hu_ CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY Vt, I 1964 PAGE FIVII


Retires From r that looked like the United Ju t put the whole egg inor Pimento Cheese Sandwiches wash togethei Some fsbrka FUNERAL-COST: FKOBI
GREENSBORO Fred M. Morris
I States. We made out one cloud do you peel It? Apple lend to pick up colors The Senate anU-truat: sad
toad
Do small Mae
Sehines -
Newport After SCHOOL NEWS hat its guns had sticking a battleship out. with On the all My class of second-graders b Retires From Milk Crowding Guess wrinkling.leralure monopoly sub oommlttee announced -

other side was another one and being Introduced to "tall tal,," Friday, March 6- Chases IIIIft'4et water t_ that It plans to Investigate .

15 Years DutyP Mrs Katherine Clark's seventh hey were tiring their guns at they love them, but when Army In MarchFort School's ChoiceWe and don't use chlorine "the high cost of dying"and
grade class recently! wrote each other. It looked like real they heard that Paul Bunyon hope thatou will keep bleach "the high cost of medical!
I. Bordelon. of Qulncy some stories on "Nature Ob- battles The wind would catch dug the Mississippi River as a In mind that these menus are' Reduce machine agitationor
Was the honor guest st a dinner sereatlon" Four of them were the cloud and break It up. While draining ditch why that was Class Bliss Fred Tex M.-Morris Sarl..ntFlnl Jr., luhjeet to change for the following -I handling and you'll reduce care" I
Jefferson Houec in selected be we were looking at that another logical, but as the story Meat reMons. wrinkling I I
held at The to printed In the 45, son of Kliaebeth B. Morris. Rinse In lukewarm or cold Senator Hart (D, Mich) did
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1. Oovtrwnrfi eomnMHlltiea
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on "He also made the
February 8th, celebratIng Gadiden County Timer cloud came along. It looked
Quincy, Qulnc scheduled to retire not elaborate but said funeral
hU retirement from Newport In The Creature'sKbfdom !lust Ilk ethe state of Florida Rocky Mountains at the same b''U. : In i iM.rdI are delivered which were not water I
from S Army early to drip-dry unless
Hang
Division after IS jrears of We could see the lakes and the time where he throwed out the In the comity when the menus 1 cost have recently become the '
than :JO .
after
more otherwise directed.Mrs.
dirt." one little doubter, Kent were made. ,center of toIItroVenr. Also
service. By Betty Sue Skiver coastline, and the Horlda Keyswere of active Federal service I
Bordelon. 61. began hit employment -I I took i walk through the at the bottom of the cloud. Thompson, said "la that part years 2. Community food habits! :hat reports Indicate ownershipby
Sergeant Morris U an Instructor ed.
with Newport April 1, woods We had I because true, Mrs. Bowman? are conalder Laura Hunt physicians of drug stores and
one day, and U was a relaxing to quit :1 In Battery A of the U. S.! 0. Rise In the rout of a food i .
1949 at their DeQulney, Louisiana walk. The birds were were getting tired and had to If Bessy were a human girt Army Air Defense School's Support Item drug manufacturing and repack.
operation. ne was was talking and singing In excite something else But it Is lots rather than a dachshund girt, Dies In GeorgiaMrs. I aging hung Is on the rise
I Command at the fort. 4, Availability of equipmentand 1 .. ..
transferred to Newport'.moderD'plllnt ment. pine trees looked ao of fun making figures and we'd have to take steps; she lie Is a graduate of E, W.I personnelNo
ruth'
at Telogli In October I just standing and shapes out of clouds.TATTLE I flirted shamelessly with Bob Grove High School, Paris, Tenn, menus are given for Friday I Laura Hunt, 71. of Ha- Gat den County
19ST. swaying In the breeze It was Chambers last night railed and attended the University of because of class planning: ana passed away last Wl'dn1
W. Burress, former Telofla such over on her bark and cut her the Fidelia' Insurance Center
K. a lovely sight that I wanted TALESBy Tennessee Knoxville Ills wife, and school fC'l'tnl't'll. The day, February 19 In
Plant Manager, praised to walk on and on. but if I eyes around at him Inched up Stella, lives In El Paso, Tex. Friday menu pn la usually hot Nursing Home, Balnbrldge, Ca 1121 West Jefferson
Bordelon for bIll service and had, the creatures of the woods closer, placed her fore paws on dogs, hamburgers fish Born In Georgia, Mrs. Hunt I
presented him with a U. S. SavIng would be very disturbed, so 1 Evla Bowman him. finally jumped up on the or moved to Havana In 1923 She
Bond. started home. couch beside him. lay down on -- was a member of the Havana PATTHOMAS
Mr. and Mr!. Bordelon moved -' On my way home I saw theorange L. D. Bases: talkin' to her back, said, "if this Is heaven LunchroomMenus HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS Baptist Church.
t .('k to DeQulncy Louisiana of itr. Matney other day. He said. let me die.
glow light that the: Funeral service were conducted INSURANCE. INC.
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wish mere in my church:
February 11th.Propaganda. sun had cast on the ground to you Some folks are more Interest- at 3 30 Thursday anrnnon .
I said "Whyr He said.You'd ,
make I lighted way for the. Ing than others; we're expecl- February 20 In the Ha-
In I democracy, woodland creature as they hurried be such a challenge' I Ing William and Jean Welch for March 1 March I ana Baptist Church with the
In commendable except whent here and there to chat Ever get riled up! One of!. supper now if I'd just let up By Msrjurle B. Gregory I Kev Dirk OMean and the Rev
U dishonest and subversive._ with their neighbors. the things that riles me Is a a tape recorder their dialogue Monday March 1- limn. DrmimMratlnn Agent ... K. Herndon officiating. In- e
"gripe" letter signed "Name could keep the Dick VanDyke Spaghetti with Meat Sauce ermrnt In the Woodland
AU of I sudden I heard the IM :M>ltt rROM.lMSA I was
loud call of a blue jay as It Withheld Why If you've gota show going for several weeks.' Cheese Slices laundry clinic has been scheduled Cemetery with the Buller-Mor-
Ms legitimate gripe, are you Cut Beans for ttadsden Ian Funeral Home In charge of.relnlemenl.
winged way along, announcing County
IntroductoryOffer that the trespassed had lone ashamed for folks to know It Cole Slaw homemakers March It, 10 00 .. One Stop Means
ask to have It printed Apple CobblerHnrtched
away and that the creatures Then why rINSECTICIDES 1 a m. In the Sober Si Johnson Survivors Include two sons,
could go on about their dally ? : Bread show HiMim This Is free and Oliver Hunt of Havana and Complete Service
chores. Anybody agrees with everything ButterMilk ope fur am one Interested Wlllard Hunt of Bainbridge; one
I That was the end of my wonderful seen In print must be SOIL FUMIGANTS \ou will .kern annul different slater, Mrs. Julia Hannah, U DIAL 627.7151
walk In the wood but I pretty well mixed up, but when Tuesday, March J- fibers and their care, how to Grange, ta! ; one brother, Tom
plan to go walking again soon. you read something signed with WEED KILLERS Fried Chicken March, what and how to wash, lnM| Ortho Gro Why don't you join mel! 'Dr,* before the name you expect Macaroni CheeseTossed what and how to dry and many randrhlldren
I little more meat. Some Salad other helpful thing. This will I
A Hike la The Weeds questions I'd like answered SOUTHERNCHEMICAL English Peas he a morning and afternoon
LIQUID By William Thompson If a child doesn't lake well to Fruit Cup meeting
My brother and 1 decided to reading and the parents and Rolls In this column for the next TIMBER. .
take a walk In the woods. We Home environment are completely Butler three weeks I will be telling
PLANT FOOD started at nine o'clock In the absolved of all blame, Milk >nu a little of the what, why Let Ui Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely
morning. and the blame rests squarely on Wednesday, March 4- and how of Isundrylng new fabrics -
Us Before You Sell
Contact
When we got to the edge of the teacher's shoulders, then Sales &ServiceInc. Country Fried Steak and filler
Buy 1 Gallon the woods there was a unny :why does an excellent teacher Green Lima BeansCabbageAppleCelery WA4II AMI! WEAR: WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES I
looking bird. We stopped to ever have any pour reader I Salad Cat"* should be taken In laundering
study it, but we soon got tired Our doctor tells us to quit woe Rice Pudding wash and wear garments Florida Forest Products Inc.
Get 1 Gallon of looking at It, so ..e started rying about the child's emotional Hot Biscuits Read garment Ishrla and appliance ,
walking on again. After we had problems and get on with the Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101 ButterMilk Instruction books and heed Call James L Stewart. Qulncy 856-5494
been walking a little while we Job "when you go to a these points:
FREENEW came to a stream at the bottomof tutor for French lessons, )'011don't QUINCY. FLORIDA 'Thursday, March I- Wash frequent Heavy or call or writeP.
a hill. We sat down at the expect him to probe your Vegetable Beef Soup soil and stains are difficult to O. Box 305. Tallahassee Fla. Ph. 2230689immmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmimmiiim
edge of the stream and watched subconscious Beltererase Peanut Butler, Jelly Sandwiches remove.Watch
the dart aroundin the quote marks; lotworking which items you
water bugs from memory. I'm --- ------ : ____.___.. _.u,......_.........
LAWN AND the water. Soon a frog lillllllllllllllllllllilltL
jumped In the water and picked surprised that an expert (?) _
GARDEN DEPT. out a nice fat bug and ate him would try to draw such an anal
\Quickly the rest of the bugs ogy. How many children do you
ISOTOXGARDEN darted to look for a hiding suppose<< our good doctor has -
place. taught to read Well, I've got Do Your Banking with a j
We decided to follow the lots more to say on the subject, c
SPRAY stream and see where it went. but maybe this Isn't the place : -
We followed It for a while and for that :
we saw a bird's foot print. Ita Used to think we'd be glad
toes were about three inches when our children got big FULL SERVICE BANK .tj
fAMOUS long. We studied It for I while enough to leave them at home I I Ii
7iii1IEMPER, We hiked on along the edge of occasionally while we enjoyedan
the stream until we came to the evening out. Well, I'm hereto I
SHEARS end. It emptied Into a pond. tell you It doesn't work I THE QUINCY STATE BANK '
[all.nl"Drnecu We started back for the road. that way. Now they have the :
!" When we came to It, we saw our car and we're atilt staying at
all house about a half mile away home Silver lining though =
wipe pnrnter we've rediscovered! the joys of "Gadsden County Oldest and Largest Financial Institution" 5
The Hike Informal entertaining at home
Wonderful By Hilda Butler Do you, too, have trouble -= = \\
"fUnl lde Saturday my friend and 1 saying what you mean? Kay; --
kedge Mean went on a hike. As we were i Smith: I home and -- -
'm'.t' '
walking along, we saw a robin "unthaw" the for supper." -= OFFICIAL = '
He was tame enough for us to Hilda Bales: We use gas for -
get within about two feet of more than just healing; wi =
ROSE DUST him. But then I sneezed! lie cook with gas and "beat the =_ REPORT '
didn't fly away, but hopped hot .water" too.Margaret's ::
along hunting for worms. We I. learning la cook I
tried to follow him but stepped Her father offered his service E
Into a mud puddle and our feel as advisor. Reading direction
WEEDBGOHGREENOL got sopping! wet, so w. started for making a cake, Margaret
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again. comes across, "Grease the pan
boon we came to a forest. Aa len.roully"d dust with flour.."
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we .""red. was saw a rabbit that fried cake wan sun
"Come on," I called, "lot's follow prlsingly good Today, alia' OUR BANK REFLECTS A SURE STEADY GROWTH UPON A S
him." Just then I jumped nuking butter-pecan cake The 3
up,knocked Elizabeth down,and directions read, "one whole
hurt my fool egg." Margaret_ Mama,_do you nTh FOUNDATION OF SOUNDNESS AND STABILITY. AND THIS 3
LIQUID IRON That was about noon, ao we __ _
ate our lunch. 1 discovered a
grasshopper In my ham sandwich :: GROWTH IN TURN REPRESENTS PROGRESS FOR OUR MANY ff
and discovered 1 wasn't 4hst"a
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IRUE/ENPER. hungry hiked anymore.We on, s.couple of tired FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS IN THIS COMMUNITY. TO YOU 5

girls. About three-thirty it
POWERFULLOPPER started raining, not much
first, but steadily getting ....v-at = WHO FAVOR US WITH YOUR BANKING BUSINESS. WE RENEW
ier. = =

I Extra rugged to Me run turned for hone around, but and we started fell :: OUR PLEDGE OF UNSWERVING STEWARDSHIP. S

topper with down just as we were about =
precision ground, there and landed with a thump = -
hardened steel In the mud. The rest of the s
way was down a steep hllL Wt !
blade and hook. did not feel like running down
so we rolled do n. U was lots INSURE YOUR FUTURE A'
I of fun, but Elizabeth got a
I mouthful of mud. -
Finally we were home. Tired,
FREE 'muddy, and limping, we entered = OPEN
! I' the kitchen. We flopped MODEL JJTTM -r
down to rest, and what do you
Lawn and .know The sun came out! Moves eawly en Less frealoUiag
Elizabeth, I'm going to take caster BVIVANI U' table TV YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT NOW! '
a bath, change clothes, and go with matching base trimmed la I
Garden Book to bed," I said. "Don't you want smart, brsa. features SuperDistsnce 'i
to join met""Gladly tuner SYIVANU picture
," she replied. linearity controls shatterproof ,
And so that Is the adventureof Silver' Screen I) picture tube. I
our hike. Custom CJT-555 fawn with en-
clause lew-Cons\ power trans* '
FARMERS'HARDWARE
Cloud Have Maay ShapesBy I Channel former lastly t'HF reception.corrected Cabinet to AU- E WE OFFER YOU
Neal
Blount
and base m matching mahogany
Last Friday Man and I were or walnut.trained fcnnhcs. Pw- filii
sitUne In the grass watching the won tube J J*msasund diagonally,
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and sizes. We would make out a
Quincy. Florida: figures of boats, airplanes and $199.95with
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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA,_THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1904WOMEN'S -


., ............ ............. .... ........ ..... and chm. of public relations
WSCS District Mri. John T. Sewell, Tallahas Library Project


d is } PAGE seeThe committee on nominationswill Near CompletionThe

Has[ MeetingIn be chairman, Mri Aubrey

Fowler, Live Oak, co-chairman Junior Woman's club
Mrs. O. F. Shepard, Quincy and members
are progressing rapid
[ MadisonMethodist with them Mrs W B.
Person having Items of social nature are urged to caD Smith serving, Montlcello, Mrs, Paul ly with their renovation of the

Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 ladles of the Tallahassee Stewart, Perry and Mn. Sam for upstairs children.library With reading the CflOpteraUon room

District Woman's Society Teague, Jr., Tallahassee. of many of the husband

of Christian Service, repreentlng Elected to go ai delegates to the work li about to be completed -
the twenty-fourth annual meet-
the forty societies with .
Woman's Club membership totaling 1820 met Ing in Orlando April 1-9 were The room has been wired, the
Mri. E V. Fisher and Mri. T.
In the First Methodist Church, ceiling celotexed and the walls
Morse with Mn. O. V.
Aubrey ,
Madison, February 24 are now being painted. To date
McPherson and Mn Victor B.
In Regular Mn. Lyon B. Crosby of Johnson as alternates. The 1965 the group hal pent $400 on the
room, the president Mn R L.
Greensboro presided during the
annual district meeting will be
morning sess.on and reportedthat held In Massey, report. This It one
Monthly MeetThe 12,94153 had been re- Quincy. of the many project the juniors -

ceived by the district treasurer have undertaken and a*
Miss usual they have nude a rand
and $7,61671 had been spent Highsmith
Woman's Club
Quincy ,
it. Mr. Don Brown
held their locally by the societies. This IUCCCM of ,
regular monthly report Included from June 1, chairman of educational department *
meeting Friday, Feb. 21 at 11 Mr. Harrison
her husband and many
a.m. with the president, Mri 1963 to Feb. I, 1964. "My
of the members and their hus
World Bank Fund" in the
James Watts presiding Mrs
Recite VowsMr.
Amos Davis gave an Interesting .m."nt of $339 26 was dedicated bands have worked on the room
at night Max Con has headedup
to Mrs Crosby, outgoing
devotional after which Mra
and Mn. O. T. Highsmith
the work.
of the district Cost
Fred Moon, corresponding president
secretary -
of Prlchard, Ala, announced
The Junior are also busy
of mission operations for the
reported that she had
today the marriage of their
making plane for their annual
woman's
WSCS largest organlzalion
written several notes of appreelation ,
daughter Sandra Louise of
fashion show and luncheon
for In the world is 37c per
the club and read
Clarksvllle Tenn. and WilliamE.
One second, and the globe was which will be an event of March:
some correspondence letter '
Harrison of
lighted for IS minutes and 54 Clarksvllle
was from the ChlpleyWoman'
seconds to represent this gift, Tenn. The marriage was per
Club Inviting the 12.Book
formed on October 19 at the
members for their Fine Arts in her honor. I Club In
home of the officiant, G. P.
Festival which will be an eventof Theme for the day was "Wit
W-ight The couple la residingIn
March IB, "Our American ness through Service" and the
Heritage." Many antiques, etc. opening prayer was given by Clarksvllle, Tenn. The bride Thursday MeetThe
la the granddaughter of Mrs
will be on display. 4 Dr. John G. Stradley, pastor of
f Easter Dykes and sister of Mn
the Madison church, formerly Book Club met with Miss
< The treasurer, Mri R. II
devotional Lee Brown, both of Quincy.
in A
of Centenary Qulncy
Strickland then made her re /f'j? Marguerite Hendrtx ai hostesson
and memorial servicewai
port. Mri. Ben Lovlngood reported Thursday evening, February
;. on the progress of the ;I.: presented by Mn. T. Jason Informal Tea 20.
Freedom Award Contest. Kennon of Live Oak. Twenty. Mn. W C. Rhoadci review

; ; Ways and Meant chairman .. two deceased members were remembered For Brides-elect ed the book, "Your Sins and
I' ai white flowers "
; Mine by Taylor CaldwelL
: : Miss Sara May Love reported ,
", were placed in a fern decorated This ti a beautifully written
: hat the game luncheon was a Miss Tee Munroe Miss Margaret
big success and that many had styrofoam cross. Lawson Curry and Miss novel with a strong religious
asked to have a "repeat per- Mn. David R. Thurman, president -Jo Ann Doss, brides elect, shared theme, depleting the world ai
of the Florida conference It Is, almost In ruin because of
ormance" She told of other honors at a beautiful Informal -
that will undertaken WSCS was Introduced and stated the ware In which we have been
projects be tea given Saturday afternoon ;
Mill Christine BreedenMr. to raise funds. She also announced that even though there will from 4 until 6 o'clock engaged, and now restored to

that the club made be some changes in the administration by Mrs. Frances McCall I Mrs vigor and beauty through the
and Mil. W. R. Breeden of announce the
Quincy
,
of the that the
$HO.38 on a banquet they catered society G L. McCall, Mrs. S. L McCall, power of prayer and sincere
engagement of their daughter, Christine, to Robert L. at the club for a young people' message and mission has nol Mrs W. S. Bell and Mrs. W D repentance of mankind.
of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gunn of ML Pleasant. changed and God has not The next meeting will be
Gunn, Jr., ion group. (Tod) Bell at the home of the on
Th. bride-elect li a gradual of Quincy High School I Fine Art chairman, Mri. R. changed. She urged the mem- former The entrance was March 12th with Mr*. W. C.
ben to use the old pattern until -
that the Rhoadei, ai hostess and Mlsi
R. Kincaid announced highlighted by a large arrangement
and attend Lively Technical School Upon completion the and
we get new one expressed
concert wouldbe Marguerite llendrix will
last In a series of of deep rose camellias review *
she will be employed at Jack Poppell'i Beauty Salon. presented April 30 at the her gratitude of belonging The dining table which was covered the book.
J
Mr. Gunn 1s a graduate of Quincy High School and li club and reported on the success to a church that will by a handsome imported The hostess served delicious

patently employed by Gadsdea County. An April of the ono recently pre Miss Vlvion Marie HendersonMrs. the change world.to meet the needs of white linen embroidered cloth refreshments of cherry tarts,

sented. was centered by a five branched nuts and (coffee

wedding U being planned. photo br Chas Stun riewM shop Chairman of American Homes, Ruth Henderson of CrestvSew, announces the engagement the Minister Tallahassee of the District church were In-of candelabra holding tapers

Mrs. Fred Klbllka made some of her daughter, Vivian Marie, to Auburn troduced by Dr. Robert C. and nosegays of delicate pink

circle. Mrs. Don May, World fitting Courtesy remark chairman on that Mrs.aubject Maxwell Douglas Wall, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wall, Sr., of Holmes, District Superintendentand the camellias silver service and azaleas end From of MoodyMonkMr.
on one
Presbyterian Mission Chairman outlined theprogram Miss Crestview School the ministers' wives were
Strom, reported that she Quincy. Henderson a High grad the table, Mri. T. W, Griffin
for this week which 11 also recognized and Mn. J. T Moody of
had mailed cards of sympathyand uate, attended Walker Beauty Academy in Pensacola Mn. Carl Rude, Mrs Fount
Women Meet the time designated for Weekof Dr. Vela A. Cleveland, I native Havana announce the
Prayer and Self Denial that at the she door and her each committeewere meeting and is presently employed at the Stylette Salon of Beautyin of Florida and medical missionary May, Jr. and Mn. Don May ment of their daughter engage, Montrose *

Following the prayer band There will b* a meeting/ every to greet the membra and guests Crestview. The prospective groom, also a Crestview to India gave an Illustrated hours.poured Silver during trays the of appointed to Paul H. Monk, son of
this week 10 attended the of South.em lecture of the Methodist dainty Mrs. Henry Monk of Qulncy
led by Mrs Allcne Cantcy Mon. morning at .m., High School graduate, University sandwiches cookies fours
petit
day the Women of the First lasting thirty minutes Ipo d"p :onbernei Mississippi and is serving in the U. S. Air Force. He work In Ellen Thoburn Cowan and compotes of nuts and mints The wedding will be April 4 In
Church met In There were approximately 40 made In the community Improvement Memorial Hospital In Kolar, In- the Hopewell Methodist Church,
Presbyterian members at this meeting will be stationed with the 13th Strategic Missile Division dia. Dr. Cleveland said that we were also on the table. Bettstown.

Fellowship Hall for their General contest Willis in Cheyenne, Wyoming, following his return from Turkey.The are not in India for propaganda Daffodils with flowering
meeting. In the absence of Mrs. L. L. reportedtrat quince were featured the
the president, Mrs. R. H M. for Mrs C. D. Johnson wouldbe wedding will be an event of Friday evening, March reasons, we are there to coffee table In the living on room. Duplicate Bridge At
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the Book with medicine."It
Birthday Party give
Davidson the president, speaker on the legislative 6, at 7 p.m. in the Auburn Assembly of God Church in U through service that we Camellia and permanent flow Garden CenterThe

Mrs. E. 6. veY presided. ,Lisa Ridlehoover program which U to be presented Creitview. A reception will be held immediately following can demonstrate Christian love ers were at other focal points.

Mrs tCM R Shaw Jr. announced In .March. Richardson pub- the ceremony in the church parsonage. All friends and because of what the people Jenny Lou McCall, Ellen Friday night duplicate
Mrs Lanier ,
Fred lodges had chairman announced that and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. have seen they come to our hospital Munroe and Marlon Temple bridge club played at the Gar-
the program for her circle. Following I Mri C. W. Ridlehoover entertained licity ." Rude assisted In serving den Center. Winner were Mri.

the scripture read by with a party Saturday she wrote the meetings and Special memberships were On the sun porch there were W P. Neel and N, E. Miller,

Mri, Tom Davidson Mn. Hodges afternoon In honor of her month notices and up for thing both pertaining clubs each to 3 Brides-elect Brunch Given presented by Mn. C. Uurward mixed spring flowers and potted first Sidney Anderson and Orin
LI.. 6th birthday
daughter
gave a very Interesting talk Johnson Quincy, conference plants. Webster, second, Mrs Mamie
on "Worship" after which thee at her home Out door gameeswere the work, In betw.en.Mra. vice president to Pica N. F. Among the 80 guests were Johnson and Dr E. C. Love,
Max Goes and Mri. Fr.n.cll For Miss
\ group filled out an evaluationaheet enjoyed by the 30 little McClellan Junior club Share Honors Curry Whittle of Sycamore and Mri mothers of the honorees Mrs third and Mn Douglas Brooks
,ue.lI. were Mark Munroe Jr., Mrs J. M. and Col. Dexter Lowery fourth.
for their personal help. members Mrs. Goes reminded W. Clyde Dempsey of Live Oak. .
Centering the refreshment present Lawson Cur Mri W. D. Lines entertained Griffin and Mrs W. D. Doss
During the social hour refreshment the club of the luncheon Miss Margaret Mri. Whittle was escorted to the
a _were_served by _theSHE'LL table was the birthday cake de. and fashion show which ry, Miss Tee Munroe and Miss Tuesday morning with a brunch pulpit by her daughter Mri All- and mothen of the daughters'!
pitting a carousel, with the at the Jefferson House In honorof day and Mrs. Dempsey by her fiances, Mrs. Ned lllnson and
they aie presenting at the club Jo Ann Doss, brides elect, were
white top, flags and red candies Miss Margaret Lawson Cur husband Mrs Sidney Johnson I GLADIOLA

LOVE etc.Colorful. I March 12. the held honorees at s beautiful one ry, bride elect. Spring flowers Presiding officer for the afternoon The hostess" presented the
balloons suspendedfrom A report on meeting of clock luncheon Saturday when la shades of pink, carrying outa aesslon was Mn. E. W. brides-elect salad servers in
a tree added a festive recently by representatives bridal motif centered the their chosen silver BULBS
civic clubs pertaining to the Mn. Warren Hlgdon, Mrs. Rich Scarborough of Chattahoochee, pattern
FINEJEWELRY. note lo the occasion. Figures of table. Place cards were decorated -
district vice Officers
president
Junior college, was ard Gardner Mrs. Bill Smith. -
proposed ,
V clowns with arrows at Die entrance with wedding rings.
I D. Johnson. and Mrs Phil for the 1964-66 term were Tally Club Meets
to tin back given by Mn. C. I IMra. Mrs T. R. Smith the i I
hostess
pointing The presented
i S. H. Solomon led the McMullen entertained at the Installed by Mn Thurman With Mrs. PEARCE'S t
: \ lawn directed the little guest honoree some water glasses. Embry
President, Mn W. Clyde Dempsey
pledge of allegiance to the flag hor ...
of the merriment
to the scene Among the 13 guests were Mn. Edwin Embry entertained
Live Oak vice
; president,
chairman in of
Mil M. D Walker and camellias shades pink
Record music was played In the the mothers of the couple, Mn the Tally Bridge Club at NURSERY
Give her the best of Youth Conservation, expressed predominated In the decorations Mrs E. V. Fisher, Tallahassee;
background J. M. Griffin and Mri Sidney her home Wednesday Preceding
Mn. Eugene
recording secretary, -
appreciation for the cooperation Place cards wee* of
Ice cream, cake and punch Johnson Miss Tee Munroe, the she served dessert
game a
.C. Blake, Tallahassee treasurer
JItD table ;
given the scouts in bridal design. The dining Fla.
A were served. Balloons wire given bride-elect, was remembered Mrs W. P Woodbery with coffee. Quincy,
the sale of cookies. which was covered by a handsome
fur fsvori. with Mrs Robert Gardner
a 11ft.Thursday
Havana Secretaries of Lines was
Jefferson Davis Introduced embroidered
Mrs was white linen
WATCH BRACIUTUllOMB Preceding this part Mri high score winner.
of Work: Children work, Mri
Y f by Mrs. H. R. Klncald cloth was centered by a branched I
Ridlehoover entertained for her
/ W'MAN fine arts chairman, as the speaker silver candelabra decoratedwith Tea O. V. McPherson, Quincy;
daughter Margo who was i J
Christian Social relations, Mrs.D. .
for the day. She said thaiMit. camellias andazaleas.
pale pink !
t i1 years old In January, Indoor L. Hood, Tallahasseeliter,
Davis was I talented .
very KINARD
\ james were enjoyed. An attractively i For Miss Curry ature, Mn. J. B. Davis, Madison ENTERPRISES Inc.
and versatile
person, past president ,
: ( decorated cake centered Mixed spring flowers highlighted Missionary education, Mra
of the Quincy Womsn'aIClwb
the refreshment table and the entrance. Camellias 1 CHARLES KINARD Owner
and Garden Club, I nationally Miss Margaret Lawson Curry Lyon Crosby, Greensboro; missionary
I
was served with Ice cream and accredited flower show and azaleas were etfettlvely arranged whose marriage to Alexander personnel, Mn. Guy R Remodeling Additions
In the living room and
punch. judge, former Stale Federation ,Johnson will be an event of Thomas, Tallahassee; promotion,i
Ullad [.wtr MIt IS received mlniture music room. NEW CONSTRUCTIONGarages
The guests I Mn. Walter Havener, Jasper
the Inspiration for
,Board member, winner of two April, was i
the tulest suet.W.uh.uaatsw $451i can and trucks as favors. special awards on contributions I Among the thirty guests were a beautiful tea Thursday afternoon Other secretaries Installed were:; Carports Porches

eea tool e.eslltut le 01.MMnlia to "National Arrangement Calendar ,the mother of the engaged when Mn Edgar Mc- spiritual life, Mrs. S. M. Strom,I
$6U Luncheon For ." In 1962 she contributed couples Mri. J. M Griffin Mri Keown, Mn. Cortelle Edwards Qulncy; student work, Mri. Vic' Roofing Siding Cabinets
,
I Mark Munroe, Jr., Mrs W. D tor B. Johnson, Tallahassee .
to: every Issue of Tropical Living Mri. Drew Halre, Mn. Sam ; Florida Rooms Enclosures"No
List magazine with an lllustratec Dots and Mrs Sidney Johnson ,Tlmmoni, Mrs. Dewey Johnsonand supply, Mri. Roy E. Berry, Tallahassee -
tItIFN a01T Miss CurryMiss ,column, "Designs for Today." Mrs Ned lllnson and Mrs fount Mri. Robert Young, auntsof : Wesleyan Service Job Too Large or Too SmaU"Havana

I Mri. Kincaid said that Mri May, Sr., grandmother of Mill the groom to be, entertainedat Guild, Miss Virginia "Maxwell Highway Phone 627.8495

Margaret Lawson Curry Davis' illustrations had appeared Curry the home of the former Perry; youth work, Mn. Sam

bride elect, was the honoree In The Flower Grower mag The honorees received salt Greeting guests during the appointed Cunningham .Chattahoochee;
-
\ at a delightful luncheon seine and National Gardener and pepper shakers as mementos I, hours, three-thirty until .

yesterday at twelve thirty, given that she has lectured and given of this delightful luncheon I five-thirty o'clock! were Mri

i.o MM CoM by Mrs. W. E. Woodwardat ;demonstrations conducted classes Stanley Shelp, Mr. Edgar

KM kwi her home In Tallahauee.Lovely In advance flower arrangingat McKeown, Mn. C. E. Jackson,

DM petite w.ttAf arrangement of camellias : the state universities. At Thos. Memorial Mri. Robert Young and Mrs.

f 1.e{ T.M rate. 1555It1. aulrts and other early I present she 1s on evaluating panel Dewey Johnson.
spring flowers were at local for shows applying for National A huge arrangement of Japanese
points. Count Awards. Y.WA/sMeet magnolias In shades 01 "....

Centering the dining table Her subject was "Relatingthe pink Interspersed with peachblossoms \4

was a silver epergne of flowers An.." She showed several The YWA'i of Thomas Memorial was on a table In the

and figurines carrying out the paintings reproduction by Baptist Church met at entrance hall. The living room

bridal motif I'lace cards were famous artists, giving a sketchof the home of Jeanle Murphy and mantel was centered by a fan

of bridal design their lives and Interpretingthe were organized.The shaped arrangement of camellias .

9 asaiestMA.ain Among the guests were moth- floral arrangement, relatingthe following officers were In shades of pink flanked recommendsour M

.nA en of the betrothed couple, graphic and performing art*. elected: president, Delorei Bryant by lustres with while tapers

tea leas OM M eau IM Mn. J. M. Griffin and Mn. Sidney Mn. R. R. Klncald furnishedthe vice president and com- reflected In the overhanging
,
Johnson mood music which tied In mirror. Another lovely crea
missions
munity Ann Cox; secretary
?* t.at lagltl.4 sill The hostess gave the bride with the pictures and floral arrangements. I and treasurer, Jeanie tlon highlighted the coffee Sanitone

t eta.Ota01t' elect a lovely gift ai a memento The paintings were Murphy; social and prayer table.
of this occasion -The Green Corn" by Van Mary Emma Livingston; pro. The dining table which was

sr rice ; p 4 -.- Gogh; "The Bee Keeper," lien. gram chairman, Mary Shuler; covered by a handsome white
j'' nesey, "The GII.I"I arc: enlistment and linen embroidered cloth was
a.a1M publicity, Bar.bars
'
"
s Forest Hills "After the Performance, by Jensen, and mission study centered by a five branched silver drycleaning ,'
Verses, Landscape by Cogge- Sandra Skeenes. candelabra with tall slender
WSCS MeetsThe shall and "New Mexkan Land tapers and nosegays of delicate
I Mrs, Will Poston then presented -
ta'lesa Mo sc.p' by O Ktefe pink perfection camellias. On
r oae" Oman's Society of Christian All agreed that this was one the program. The meetingwas one end was the silver service I IThey

(excites ),sat wla Service of Forest Hills of the best programs that had then adjourned and refreshments from which Mrs Frank Rose oi process

,act lan Methodist Church met Monday been presented at the club and were served Atlanta and Mn. Harvey Mod

as.bee one 3 Z t3 night February IT In the homeof remarked upon the splendid gcri poured during the appoint.

111, Mn Dempsey Cain with n home talent which ll available metllas. were on the speakers ed hours. Silver trays ul ribbon $
members present In Qulnry. I table. sandwiches, dainty party say: \ .

Mn. Thomas Kelsey gave the A patriotic theme was used In The red white and blue color sandwiches, cheese straws and "We found.th.

7 U JI Wood devotional and Mrs. John Bogg the decoration Red flowers scheme was also used In the petit fours Iced In bridal design shape of our suits unchanged .

presented the program, "You were on one end of the mantel table decorations. compotes of nuts and the look and feel

JEWELER Are Christ Called balanced on the other by white Mrs John Cannon and her, mints were also on the taole of the fabric just like new .
The next meeting will be candles In candlesticks with committee served a delicious The buffet was highlighted bya
after
QUINCY, FLORIDA March t at the parsonage with blue crepe paper draped the lunch. Mn Fred Klbllka gave pair of branched silver candelabra as many as twenty Sanitontdrycleanings.

Mn. Kelsey and Mrs. Clarence length of the mantel Red ca the Invocation.I with pink tapers and We now recommend
Foster aa -hOllte..... I J Sanitone for all Handmacher suits..
._ iiii i i. ii i iii ii i ii ..........oi.-. \! clusters of pink camellias.Camellias .
in various shades of

pink and row were ia the den Wt're proud of Handmacher's endorse
Universal Travel Service MERRILL'SEarly nut and greenery were featured -
la the breakfast room and ment of our Sanitone drycleaning process

kitchen. Uorgeau pink and rose and we live up to It In every way. Let us
119 East Park camellias arranged la various
Avenu show you how wt can restore that "n.w"look see s,
la the bed
designs were rooms.
TALLAHASSEE"Acrou The honoree, her mother Mn.J. and feel to your garment. Call on us

Easter I M. Griffin and ...... Sidney today.

the Park from the Post Olfics"PHONE Johnson, mother of the groomto .
be were In the receiving line

224-2782 Sunday, March 29 Floor hostesses were Mrs J e-= rlflf7n>,
I P. Leverette, Mrs Horace

I Moore Mrs. H. R. Couruigum.Chattahoochee ,

SEE OUR WIDE SELECTIONOF Mrs llowara

Jim Fletcher, Mrs Joseph Suber
CarryOWNERMANAGER
I Mrs A. S. Harris Quincy and I7orrouiDRIVE/ CleallerJ
NEW SPRING HATS Mrs J. P. sUmbrouth. Brook-

I Till*. Miss Abigail. McKeows
hottest.The ,.... ..,,
ass s Junior
COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTSAT COME IN TODAY AND noaleiM presented the ret Tees uuiiTi CORNER: MONROE AND CRAWFORD STR1ZTS

bride elect s silver tray si s

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Hospital ReportFeb Bridge Club Meets MAGIC MIRROR

With Mrs. Cook STAFF AT SHOW

WOMEN'S I PAGE i 18 through Feb 24
1 Mrs J. Season Cook entertained Mrs Shliley YaWJI. :Mrs. Belly

Admissions Mrs. Elsie her Wednesday night Cain, !Miss Barbara Jensen, Mi ,

t Strickland, Mrs Eula Mae bridge club at her home Camellias -' Jeanette McLrndon and JI" &

Persons having Items ol social nature are urged to call Shepherd, Mrs. Louise Pel"\ and other eotnrful flow- iletenditn of the Manic Mir '"
Lounge attended Bin.I IJHth
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAiD 7- S03I son Ralph A. Richards, Mrs., firs were at Interest points. Beauty Anniversary Beauty: .11"vat
,gcM+u a Preceding the game she served
f Sarah kdwards, Mrs. Roalytj a dessert with coffee. '. the Robert Meyer Hotel In
lllguon Mrs. Cell Nail berry,; Jacksonville last Sunday aid
Linda High wore was won by Mrs .
Mis. Katie Merrill, Miss MvniUyTropfcywlitnlng
of Tampa, nephew of the bride. ..... Alice; Stephens, Mrs. SavannahBlack Frank Smith Jr. .and low, by gucit hart
was ring bearer tie wore a Mrs. Lamar Dalle ,
) .
I1v Alvin tail Morris, Mrs. atyohe Robert Dod and louVnmart >
y white linen cult and carried the
rloule Gatlln and Miss Teat I Mrs. Billy Yon Peacock and of Memphis, Tim
ring on I white latla pillow : L. Nicholson, all of Quincy. J. J. Mrs. Alex McMillan were guests conducted clsasee in advaru )
Little Miss Laurie Donald-
.,, StouUiiUre, Mrs Mary Stout playing with the club halt stybng.
on of Bainbridge the II'OOm'snleee amire, a.d Lane, Mrs. Macgatetloch ---. The latest trend in luau!
was the flower girl She .t" \ Slutiinan. all of Tallahassee fashion and beauty produ.lalert
wore a short dress ol pink > :_ f" lloke Clark and CarltoaMercer I Bridge Club Meets demonstrated by other
whipped cream trimmed In lace, ... '
Greensboro, Earnest t specialists
and carried a lace basket filled ... ., With Mrs. Campbell
.' .. Thompson, Mrs Dorothy Par-
with pink rows and rote petals. \ uStws 'h' ''''; I Fish and Ma Nancy Annette Mrs. James Campbell enter* Quincy Beautician

The BrUa .e.J !apt a '1 ea> o Wulusey, Havana; Mrs. Earnes- tallied her bridge club Wednesday Attend
Entering the church with her noun. -. une Reddick and Dcloyd Kyle, afternoon Early Jax Show
father, by whom she Will given Bristol. Mrs Mary Jane 1'1\11- [ were at focal points.springpowers Airs Belly llawkii-: and Mm.Doirls .
In marriage, the bride wa ClarkOutstanding Shfryl Tnompaost lips, Jlokfurd and Mrs. Eloise :Preceding the game she serveda Schofner of BetljosBeautv
beautiful her wedding gown NUKeown, iSneadk.BIKTll dessert with coffee.Rica Salon attended Brooks
an original model of shell pink 4-H :24th Anniversary Beauty Show
Mr and Mrs. Charles
in all of her Flank
outstanding work Morgan Jr. was
pear de ole and chantilly laceThe held In Jacksonville at the Rob-
r 4-H projects. Hudson, boy, teb IB; "'I'. ,high svoie winner and Mrs. Dan
mi Mver Hotel and Mon-
Sunday
gown was fashioned with an Girls Named and Mrs Thomas While, girl,
empire waistline, long sleeves, Sheryl Thompson, daughterof Feb 18; Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy I Shelter, low day, February 23 and 24.
portrait neckline, and sheath I Mr, and Mrs. Wallace '- Teaching advanced hairstyling
Phillips, girl, Feb. ::10 Mr. and
Susan Clark daughter of Mr ;
of Gictna has been
Thompson classes
skirt with separate chapel train. were trophy wuinln .
Tiny covered buttons fastened and Mrs. Bernard Clack: ofGI'ft'IIII00r0 selected Senior Outstanding Mrs. Manna Peterson, girl, f eb. Mrs Frank SmithIs guest hair stylists: Robert li,,., dand
21, Mr. and Mrs, Pal
the bodice at bark and the has been selected Girl for February. :*erjl I. Higdon, Hostess At Bridge Louis Vennarl of Memphis:,
:Junior Outstanding 4-H Girl Jr., buy, reb :21. Mr and
ileeves from the wrist to the elbow vice president of the Double ... Venn.
Samuel I. Nt
The entire gown of peau ,for February Susan Is s cr etary Q' community 4.II Club, also 22 Mr and loll'brrrboy, 1\11'1'1 Mr*. Frank Smith entertained Another 1IIII'I'Iallllli answeiedquestions
; Leroy
of the Greensboro Senior a Junior Leader of the club,
her about hair
Fourth
fashion
de sole was overlaid with the Wednesdayfridge
rill, boy, Feb. :22,
and Mr and
4-11 Club, devotional
leader
of
president of the (111 It' Count trends and
lace except the train. The train Mrs Cecil Howard Rwldiik Club at her home ontlighland beauty products
he I ,
newly arianlird JuniperJumpers Council. She was a member of
and neckline were enhanced this week ('amelliasand
Feb. 24.
boy,
community 4 II Club the North Florida Home Judg other colorful
with late and hand clipped me flowers were Birth AnnouncementMr
dalllons Her veil of tiered illusion and recreational leader for IhtGlrll' trig Team and has received county at points of Interest
'ounty Count She received medals for her outstanding and Mrs. Mon'Is Peterson -
bordered with hand
Birth Announcement Winners of high and lowscores
a rounlv___ medal for her work In dress revue. announce the birth ol a
clipped lace appliques, fell _n___ received novelties.
daughter Feb II aL Gailitden
from a crown of 1 lace and teardrop Mr and Mrs P II lligdunIr
At conclusion of
three progiesblnns County Hospital She weighed
room were this humus Simmons Mr.
The and Mrs. Don Chewer and
pearls bride's only .
announce the birth of
of leimllle, da Mm RoInd a son the hostess served anattractive fight pounds and one ounce and
-
6 t jewelry, a string of pearls, was son Terry of Atlanta spent the Feb 21 at Uadiulen County
Button, Mrs W S. Waite, party plate with cofee has been named Cynthia Lynn.The ,
a gift of the groom Her exquisite Irs. R. II. lllgdon Mil. Prank weekend with her parents, Mr. llokpltal Me weighed' seven couple has three oh ,.

bouquet was of mag- Jonsl.win Sr, Mrs. Irving Krps, and Mrs. Joe Saber pound. and has been named There are 13 members In this daughters, MII'I..lla.) Rhonda

nollaefloi camellias, heavily Mrs Jake Wolfe, Mrs Stuart --. Patrick 11. lllgdon III. club. karen and A II...
showered with valley lilies, --- ---- ---- -- -- -
slephanolls, white satin ribbon McKenzie and Mrs Bush liar- ..,-
and pearls grave

Mrs. Jester choM for her Plinth wan served by MI'tI.1
daughter's wedding a rosebud Frank" Battles 111, Mrs, frank I
pink MMUielle full length JoualdMin Jr. Mrs John Sum I
sheath dies with a cut-away mona burs Mmk VU11U Mrs'
satin rldlngute, featuring a II. U. Karnell. Mrs Kanmry I,
flowing back panel Her corsage Simmons Jr., Mrs h: J Willis,'
was a white purple throated Jr., and Mrs. Paul Turner of Hom.OwnedPlenty
orchid Montgomery, Alabama Others, :
The groom's mother wore a assisting In serving were Mi ws :

full length aqua blue brocade Randy Simmons, of Tennllle, .
Miss Elizabeth Ruth Jester Weds dress with dyed to match accessories Oa; Barbara and Betty lunge, SI
and Susan Marchant Wilkinson Parking Space
I I white purple throated Emir
orchid ronaxe of Macon, Ga Sue Sims,
Terry Johnson Saturday Feb. 15 Reception Mrs, Mac Martin of Tallahas-

Following the ceremony, Mr. set. Miss Nell Hlgdun of Atlanta For Your
and Mrs. Jester entertained aLa Ga ; Miss Marilyn Whitley -
Miss Elizabeth Ruth Jester, sang "The Lord's Prayer," Ma- reception at the Stephen Decatur of Albany, Ga, Mrs John
daughter of Mr and Mrs. lotte, as a benediction while hotel Sport of Atlanta, Ga. and Alta ,
Thomas Gordon Jester, became the couple knelt at the prle A color scheme of pink and Phil Early. ConvenienceQUANTITY
the bride of Terry Johnson, Saturday dicta white was used throughout the rink and white emboued!

evening, February U. at George W Johnson served bis spacious rooms Polished magnolia mints were passed by littleMisses r
e 30 o'clock In the First Baptist son as best man branches formed a back, Jonl and Julie Donald-
Church of Bainbridge Mr. The unher-groomsmen were ground for the receiving line lon, Amy and Mary Jane Johnson -' RIGHTS RESERVED
:
Johnson Is the son of Mr and Sandy Johnson, Gainesville, and and was used at vantage points of Gainesville, and Crystal
Mrs. George W. Johnson of In the Johnson of all nicest
George E. Johnson, Quincy, lobby and at the entrance Quincy,
Quincy, Dr James T Buirell to the dining room Arrangements of the groom
brothers of the
pastor, performed the double groom; Denny The bride and kft Frosty MornLARD Fabulous
Hutch Inion, William Hugh Me- of white gladioli! pink groom on b bi
ring ceremony Keown of Quincy, Alexander roses, carnations, and camel heir wedding trip to an undls-
The marriage vows were Johnson and William Tim mons, illS were used effectively closed destination. Mrs John-1 1
pledged In a beautiful setting cousins of the groom Quincy.Brld.AI throughout the rooms. son wore a petal pink tluet
of greenery and candles. The Mrs Glover W Burney, piece suit of mohair and crepe, p
chancel had a background of Attendants grandmother[ of the bride, and with i matching accessories Her FAB
fein trees mode of California Mrs. Jerry O. Roblnette of' Mrs. James E. Jester, of De- bag and hues Her of pink patent -
served hci Asler'I'malron
jade and Oregon huckleberry. Tampa as calur. aunt of the bride, kept leather A corsage of megnullaeflura "
In the center was a large Cathedral of honor, and bridesmaids the bride's book on a table covered I I camellias, lilted 1
were Misses Martha and I from her wedding (
arch entwined withgreenery with a linen handmade boUClullt"
Ruth Simmons of Tennllle, Ga.,
holding lighted white culwoik tloth overlaid completed her ensemble I
with a
tapers. On either side were cousins of the bride; Mrs Tom' pastel pink nylonIt't Lion their return the couple
ruffled
large candle trees flanked by Cogburn Barber, Atlanta Miss, Ga Deanna, Miss Borough Linda ::1 cover At one corner was a will rend at BUS Twelfth\ No. 5 29C, 4 Large $00
multl-branched candelabra In Mrs. dainty arrangement of Sensation Street, l>. runiak Springs,
and Ronnie Cox all
front of the arch was the while rosebuds centered by one pink where the bridegroom Is an Jug Box
of Balnbrldiie MKS| Beth Simmons -
aUd.1
satin covered prle dleu Large camellia. tor lor the state of
of Tennllle, Ga and cou- I
white satin bows marked the The gueits were greeted at Among the out-ol town guemta
sin of the bride
stand-In
family pews and completing the for her at the rehearsal.The was the door by Mrs. Melvin Nu.- present for the wedding were:
decor were arrangements of baum and Mrs. II. W, Bland llss Augusta Lawson, Mrs.II
matron of honor and Lewis Lxxkhart Uxk- GoldcrestPEACHES I All Flavors
greenery centered with white bridesmaids They were Introduced to the l-wlt
burning candles and placed In wore Identical full receiving line, composed of the hart Jr. Mr and Mrs, Thomas
the stained windows length dresses of Beauty peau bride and Simmons, Misses Beth, Mareta,I
glass de sole They were fashioned groom, their parents, 42a rloo JELLO 3 BoUI 25cNoBoil
Preceding the ceremony Mrs. with fitted bodice, Sabrina neckline and the bridal attendants, by Ruth, and Handy Simmons! of
Tennllle, Ga. Mr and Mrs.
Mrs Paul KwllerkL ;
I. Z. Griffith, organist, .
presented and elbow sleeves The bell The Leslie Wilkinson, Miss Emily
beautifully appointedrlde's
a program of nuptial skirt was accented with a floatIng -
Wilkinson of Ga. Mr.
Macon ,
> table covered
was witha
music including: "Choral panel lined with petal pink Aunt
JemimaGRITS
and Mrs. Jack Simmons, Mr.
while embroidered linen cloth ,
*
Song Wfkley. 'Be Thou But I
; satin and attached to the back
and Mrs Mao Muffin of Tailsisuee
ensteln Hear," Bach and "Let; "Romance Us Ever," Walk Rub-I with a flat full bow blown, They carried. over garlanded pink satin at Intervals The cloth with was ; Mr and Mrs, Tom Cog--I BLEACH 2

With Jesus," BaUe Mrs. Griffith a lion single Rose The pink stem bensa was Southern of smllax, fern and nosegays Irs.turn,Paul of Atlanta Turner, lOa of .Montgomery Mr and- Box lOc s: 29cRed
pink and
rotes
accompanied Kenneth Nelson wrapped in green velvet and mag-
nollaeflora camellias. The four- Ala Mr. and Mrs. John
of Tallahassee who sang: the natural foliage enhanced tiered port of Atlanta, Ga Dr. Kon-'
white
wedding cake was
"Whither i
Thou Goest" and "Be its beauty.Master .
embossed in pink mace and wedding aid Allegood of Moullrle, Ga, Standard Bird
cause, Hardelot
He also Owen
Gary Roblnette
bells. and topped with two Mr. and Mrs Hob Young, Mr.
-- ----- -- -
love birds At one end of the and Mrs U. M. Johnson, Mina
;
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED candelabra table was a cascaded tall five-branched with pink Sidney Sandra Johnson Johnson,, Mr Mr, and and Mrs Mrs, TOMATOES 8 < :. $1oo VIENNAS Can lOc

ones, white carnations and fern John Sullivan, Mlu Nancy I
CARS and holding lighted pink can-' Darker, Mr, and Mrs. Carl

USED PARTS for all makesof dies. povner Jr., Mrs. Kloney led:
In the dining room and on wards, Mr, and Mrs. Au.llnl'uck.tt LOOK! WHAT MEAT SPECIALS !
Cars and Trucks the sun porch tables, covered Mr and Mrs. Grady

24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE with white cloths over pink 'oppell, Mrs Drew llalre, Mrs.
satin, held handsome silver') I. P. Klmbrough, Mr, and Mrs.I
BUY JUNKED CARS punch bowls encircled with soft' William Hugh McKeown, Mr. Lean Fresh
1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7-7115 cm. i and Mrs. George E. Johnson, '
Floor hostewes In the dining Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Bailey,
Alexander Johnson, Mia Margaret *
Lawson Curry, MR. Mae
I Martin Sr, tawny Hutchinson, RKSTEAK 3Ibs.$100Frolty

Mrs, Hugh Edwards, Mr, and
For Mrs Louis Butler, Berlin Kd
wards, all of Quincy, and Mr.I
and Mrs. Sandy Johnson olGainesville. I
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spunk. bt proper equipment, and with' block off the handy parking;
|4an Disabledn John Mills 28, of Tallahasseelost title lost motion. The head of place: with shrubs. Usually Lleclpe of the Month I 11
both legs In the crash of the forest fire often a key to there I* a large-all shrub or
his crop-dudter plane near Havana stopping runaway flames, Is two in the back yard that can r r''. "S nIttojt Fletcher
[ Plane Crash In 1961. lie probably owes more readily spoiled from the be moved to discourage on-grim Company 1 1GREENSBORO
his life\ to a Negro farmhand, air and pointed out, than from parking, Azaleas are good ex- ,
Willie Oliver, Jr., who pulled the ground amples.. You can move them as
lying Again him from the blazing plane The planes are In radio contact I soon as they shed their blooms q '
Badly burned, Mills spent near with other planes, ss well, First, dig large size transplanting vL INC.
|John Mills stilt likes to fly ly two years In hospitals Then as county fire-fighting headquarters holes at the proper y Ge '
came out-patient treatment and During the worst fire spot where the trailer may
Knowing that the Florida special therapy. I season usually December trespass Then scatter well
Weit Service employs about "I never gave up wanting to through March many smokes rotted organic material In the
5 imoke-ipotter pilot for Air fly again" Mill said "though may show on the Florida horizon bottom of the holes,
'atrol duty during winter Ire they tell me that It looked pretty at one time. The county dispatcher In transplanting, be sure to
lasons Mills was Interested. doubtful for awhile. then knows from the move as many root as possible
?When another pilot cancelledut towermen where the smokes along with a generous ball of
recently, there was a vacancy artificial Rigging legs special, he hooks tried on tome his are, but he doesn't know which earth. In fact, try to make the "West Gadsden's Largest
In one sector of the FFS warrants his most urgent attention ball of earth and roots match
,ilr Patrol network. Mills wajooklng > flying though not solo The Air Patrol tells the hole at the new site.
!y for a Job. with conventional controls" "Itdidn't him The secret of moving large Source of
work too weU, he said, of it Supply"Building
fires at shrubs I I. water plenty
Sit came this week when he "and I had a lot of trouble withbraking If pressed by many allow
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sod Fire Control Chief for the the plane." the same time, or If the dispatcher Following transplanting a
Florida: Forest Service, H. K.IVUkell "I found an Ercoupe (\low needs more Informationabout water from a hose to ooze on
cot together and signedthe a certain fire, he directsan the plant roots for a week or so
wing twin fine) which does fine
contract.lie Air Patrol plane to the Then fr the next month or so :.L
for me, sine the ailerons and -- --
be sun that the shrubs get special
scene It's the smoke-sortar JI'(
\;: 85hp. Ercoupe now rudders are coordinated and watering
Vrulslnf Liberty and Gidsden there I need for foot work," which files In for a closer look
no directed to Planting Vine Just watch the places disappear when tits Refrigerated Cherry
Counties: Is doing an extra good Mills said He had to renew his Planes may be The planting season Is about Tort I Is served! It's a treat that boasts double enjoyment, with
sub Mlkcll thinks It's because pilot's license recently, and fly a closer pattern to cover when any time the notion strikes you two layers of dark, rich fudge nut eookw and two layer of tart-
tbe pilot has plenty of extra passed with flying colors certain areas especially provided the vines are small, sweet cherry pie flllinr. A combination of flavor meant for pleas-
Flying Air Patrol for the tower visibility Is poor. In thrifty, container-grown plants in*the man of your lift,this torte Is easy enough for the newest Materials
Florida forest Service la "olhat" < Mills first took up flying Now Is a good time to try your cook to attempt, tasty enough tot the moat experienced bonamaker
licensed aircraft
1955. lie Is a
for Mills, sine he had luck. Deciduous vines wisteria to serv
done this type patrol duty back mechanic, and hopes later to trumpet-vine and others The tort ban t* mad with a roll of refrigerated fudge nut
In 1961, His present assignment study aero engineering. He and do%est when planted In the cookies, sliced and arranged sldt-by-sid In two cake psns. When
covers the same area al his wife and four-year-old cooler baked,then fudr layers are much like crisp brownies,good eat
daughter live near TallahasseeGARDENING season ing to the end! Th.cherries' In of fruit
previously flown. are a ean-a can pie Ailing
1 Mills explained the most Air grown In planting or "balled either and container-burlapped" that la ready for use,wealthy: with, plump I ,red cherries.Garnished Farm and Builder'sHardware

Patrol flights are for the purpose plants, dig a hole whichIs with very an party edging it'*of invited whipped toREFRIGERATED cream, the tort is. certain to brighten
pets a rats mice of "smoke-sorting" and slightly larger than the ball
silverfish not usually to spot fires outright IN FLORIDA of earth about the root If the CHCTFT TORTS

s.0 .ogches plant Is in a container, carefully I roll r 'lrl?.rat>4 fudg nut rankles
FFS Air Patrol plane forward remove the plant without 1 eon J'/i supi cherry pie filllm)
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radio Information, gathered By: Ilervey: Sharpe, Editor disturbing the ball of earth
from above the site of a fire about the roots and settle it In Cut cooM rail taro silos UJncfe thick, flow eookl slIoM to t1'.bottom el
This helps the ground crews Agricultural Extension Service the hole at the same depth it two I or I-1nclllqllG'.tx round sake pan that ha.*bun greased lined
few tM Wra.1 y..bra. fighting the blare to hit their Home grounds are like some was In the container. with wax paper,greased and Hound. Bake at ISO*.lor IS to 20 nlnnfe.
fire' quicker and harder, with folks- both can often be made Partially fill In around the e.until light fold.ii blown. Coal 10 mln.tw remove horn pew Cool.
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FertilizersAll
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Smoothing out facial features plant with rich garden soil. Spoon % can cherry filling over bottom loy.r.Tap with rankle layer and *
knows no season But, spring Is Water thoroughly Finish fillIng r.malndcr of lining, ChlU evwalghr. It... MOT serving *pea* Pecan
a good time to check lawns for the hole and water again Whipped Cream around OIlier *dg> of cherry 1l1I1a.,. .*.... I to I.
Follow the same procedurewith
wrinkle-like erosions caused bywinter's
the hailed plant Do not PECAN WHIPPED CREAM Types
rains.When
heavy checking don't forget remove the burlap. However, Whip V!, cap heavy mean(o lam soft peaks:gradually add t kiWwpowu
cut it away at the top of the sugar Fold I* % cup chopped paean
the deep ruts made by unwanted
ball or turn it back at the
travel trailer visitors, ground line.Before (Shade Tobacco Formulas
or, the wheel marks made by bar the $200,000 from the rest of
setting rooted A CAPITOL
the truck that repossessed the Florida's allotment under the
SEE US TODAY piano. deciduous plants, trim off long 145 million bond .
or broken root program.Someone
x Top soil will go a long way In Be BUT to form a shallow LETTER asked him just how i Custom Mixed)
covering up these and other basin around each urgent were buildings that couldbe
plant
to
FOR THE nightmarish experience and catch the cummer rains MulchIng By: Jerry Mock reduced by $200,000.It .
I will prevent you from developing Is a good Idea, as it helps to make one wonder how Let Us Quote Prices
old-age wrinkle before Tallahassee -Th* things thathappen
conserve moisture maintain the ,many of these building reallyare
MONEYYOU your time. Be sure to buy topsoil organic matter 01 the soil: Increase to the Jx: er contuse' urgently needed.
that Is free of roots and aeration and sometimes him
I reduce sol
other debris. Also, don't add Take for Instance that "class
s soil that Is full of nutjris temperature For additional during the summer room" building the Universityof
Information ask BIBLE VERSETO
NEED seeds or other troublemakers.Will your county agricultural agent Florida wants to build downIn Fertilizer and Lime
It hurt to use soil to for Extension Service Bulletin Gainesville It was ..ulhorlz.d -
f i cover the lawn grans In the 172, "Ornamental Vines for first by the 1957 Legislature STUDY
$25 to $600 ',truck marks? The answer Is: Florida." But wince no money was forth
I coming, It wasn't built. "New this Is eternal life That
UP TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY No.Usually, lawn grass will\ push Finally bids were taken this they: may know thee the only Spreader Service
\. up though an Inch or so of top An Intelligent\ person I* rarely -yen and the contractor bid tire God and Jesus ChrIlL1. I
soil. But In the more damaged fooled by what people say, $200,000 more than the money Who recorded the above
Gadsden arm, you may need to add sod about him, or her. available word
County Loan Service or sprig In grass runners to I But the real story of the 2. By whom were they spoken I
cover up unsightly bald spots. building seems to come trick- ?
, flOS East Jefferson St. MAin 7-7161 If uninvited travel trailers Peoplt who do not pay for ling out. There was a fountain S. Upon what occasion? Irrigation Supplies
., continue to be a menace to your what they enjoy are often careless -planned In the center of the. 4. Where may they be found?
'. I I lawn, now Is a good time to about them. building! The fountain and othr
-- '- -- frills ostensibly were scrapped Answers T* Bible Verne
after the iOO,000 extra 1. By John the Apostle.
cost showed up. 2. Jesus himself. Permanent Overhead
The Board of Control was 3. In ills
prayer, lust before
\ told It would colt $1470 I His arrest In the Gardenof
$40,000 STOCK"WIPEOUT square foot to build, which Gethsemane.
Systems Plumbingand
Pipe
\ would be a decent price for a 4. John 17: 3. ,
classroom and administration
" building. Then the Board of The lesson
to remember about
Control got the word. The the next war Is that there will Water Systems
$1470 square feet Included a b* no push button victory.Florld.bred .
huge covered walkway that reduced -
the per-foot cost Actually horses won 11
the cost of the building races during the first 23 day
was going to average more than of the Hlaleah meeting this Ralston Purina
I $17 bargain.a square foot, not any Btijs winter and three time accounted I *
for three
races on a single
AYCOHEN'STHRIFT DEPARTMENT STORESMO How the building got approval program.
was another story. In January I
It was turned over to the Feeds
Board of Control executive
Reg. 49c committee, which had authority SEPTIC TANK
, to act. One source said the approval SERVICEVACUUM
GS each 9c of the executive committee -
TOWELS 3
for $1.00 put it on the cabinet
agenda, where It was vetoed by
jov.. t arris Bryant Another, Custom Feed
( Store) Sport however, said If it was to go
ZIPPERS SHIRTS before the cabinet it never got .
SforlOc down on paper
ea. $1.00Boys' Bryant was charged with
ilghhandedness blocking cab- Milling .
Drew Sport'FABRICS met consideration of the project -
But another source which
would have reason to be antagonistic -
yd. 19c SHIRTS each 65c to Bryant, Indicated it CLEANED
might be a good Idea to look REPAIRED
the thing over. Insecticides
.\ 9 x 12 Linoleum One of the remaining questions *
does the building sUJ I 627.8403 I
MOPS contain 75 per cent classroomsas
37c RUGS $3.99 originally planned, or 79 per
sent administrative office? Night 627-6868
On of the Legislators boosting
.: the building pointed out.arll.r QUINCYVAULT :.c
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77c ,
each 65c Ida Slate University foothill

stadium, of questionable academic -I VAULTS MONUMENTS
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i Ilabln, W t r will! Mrc B Embrv about the council meeting./
RECREATION \ I'arramore, t: 45 MWa bliss Julie Munroe of Macon, Kelly LabelsDickinson I Drexell Ulcka gave a demonstialion .
Standings Won Wit
I Gs will return to Qulnrv with on brownies.
NEWSBy Cities Service (9 4WIlIOD'I her grandmother Mrs Lee Ij Mereali Jordan and Catherine
Lakeri S 6 As"Bryanl's
:Munroe and live with her hile Durham gave a demonstrationon
Quality Shop I' she attends business. school here chocolate milk.
Bell & Bates 2 1.
Donn limn ;;,. Mr*. Clark gave a demonstration -
Junior Boys basketball District Vlt Mrs Tom 1.. Maxwell l< Boy"sen
on yeast dough
1t'\IOft BOYS' BASKETBALL III Plavoff Scores! I pending this week In Stem1's. Elaine Rltler
Friday Feb il- Quincy :4, linn and In Trenton,
Game scores: Feb. 21WII- Scott Kelly labelled\ << reporterRemember
son's Liken 37, Bell & Bates Tallahassee Civic League S, I icon with relatives Fr. J Dlcklnton "Bi'\and u Ben --.
Hawks 28 Quality Celtics Embry 1 Look: C Bud," In hard, speechat
; Shop Mi and \Mrs J. K. Spence of a hitting
38, Clues Service Warriors 38. Hunt 10 Houck 7 rollers Park Ga were recent Waurhula Monday night (I a new Florida law
Feb 24- Quality Shop Celtic Stephens 6 Parramore II ue,u of hla brother in UK1 Kelly told a fish-fry audience demands you dim your head-
84, Bell & Bates 38 Wilsons Joyner 0 Brown ill "If art satisfied with the
you
; 1 1Woodw.rd -; let Mr and M... R. T tights when approacnm mother -
Lakers 24, Cities Service War- Chandler 7 Jordan 4 spend and tax trend and the
I Ire l.11 vehicle from the rear within"
rlon 23 0 Iturp : t fiscal Irrenponaibilllv that haa I Iprt'v.IIPd 4-H Club :too feel, the Peninsula Motott
Top Tea Scorers Hinton 0 I Mh 1'11.1.. 1 j-lle, student at In Tallahassee the lub. A\A
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out
point
Player, team TP Jones 0H.lftlme CtslpoJa! t'ollese Marlanna, will! pant four years, then Bryan News View
G, Sober, C 146 score: Tallahassee' prad the" weekend with hoc haa a candidate 'IIryn!'.
C. Conrad, W 135 15, Quincy 13. a parent. Mr and Mrs J. K Las- Boy Bud. Qt'INCY JIMOR'
K. Deaion H 118 Monday, teb 24Quincy 30, rpj lie, She pent last weekend "If you want more taxation 4,II ('LI'B Ml ITS BlITZEN Etedtle

S. Stoutamire, H 96 Tallahassee Civic Le.gue3.: r with Miss Eve En'in and her and if you want slate government The Qulnry Junior 4.II I lub'
J. Langley, C 86 Embry 2 Cook 3 parent, Supreme Justice and to grow larger and larger:I met February 18 In the It'hool''
E. Craig L 79 Hurst 7 Parramore 4 Mr., Richard bnln, In Tallahassee then you can promote fiscal Ir- auditorium Mra Shirley Uaiksslslant ,
Johnny Smith, L 7QK Stephens 18 Brown 13 mponHlbllily bv supportingHiyanti .\ Home Agent, demonstrated DEATHfor
Sander, W 76 Joyner 0 Jordan 2 Boy Bud Kelly de
how to me a sewing
members of the
Chandler 8 Stiles 1 Twent\-lwo
Woodward 0 Horn 0 OUTSTANDING Miss Pam Coggins was selected as(Women of the First Presbyter- planed.Kelly, mm'nine. Beth Sober practiced
Hinton 0 Moon 1 the "Outstanding Rainbow Girl For The Year' ot Wash. inn Church attended the luncheon reminded his llardee" stitching a straight aeam Some flying Insects
County audience that "In Igtil uf the member are working on
ELECTRICALSERVICE meeting of the District In
Jones 0 No. 70. W. L Wood
Ington Assembly Worshipful Master
Biddy Basketball Gretna Thursday Mis. J. k. when you had a candidate seeking demonstrations for (count 0p55AS{ NO SAi M
Came Scores: Friday, Feb. of Washington Lodge No. 2, Is shown presenting her a Gilbert of New Philadelphia the governorship, 'Bry'ant's onatrallon day, March 7. dI1-1 porn Wi (HIMICA1TERRIFIC
21- The Famous May Drugs certificate In behalf of the) Grand Master Masons of Church also attended Boy Bud' opened| the run-off Karen Snider Moans 0.4 Y..eetr.J..ttta

15, Sober & Johnson Blue Dev Florida. Mrs. Lovie Coburn (left) Is the Mother Advisor of campaign' for television Bryant '11d'; apwaring reporter I
and Sue
Straughn
Peggy on em
from wiring ils 6, Jitney Jungle Panthers the Rainbow Girls Miss Coggins is the daughter oi Mrs Smith students at Valdosta tracing Rryanta philosophy. mJIl'b Roust Route t 4.It Girls I
Anything 22, Quincy Telephone LlectronsMonday Photo Photo Studio & IRIh at the homeif
18, Pauline A. Coggins. by Flower Shop State College Nalilosla, spent, I "In pa\ment Bryant created .
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house to replacing Mra 0 Mcl'hrrwn MeIssa
a the weekend with her ,
parents
Feb, 24- Tournament the ouncll of lOll and appointed
a light bulb Korea: The Famous May II. Massey, B 22 U'right Johnson and Mrs William Mr. and Mra C. T. straughn hit Boy Hud lu the chairmaiMhlp railed McPherson the meeting. the to order president oral,
S, Brown, F 17tlnal Montague Rex and Mrs Bud haa used this asa
1 Drugs 21, Jitney Jungle Pan-
Mr. and Mrs C. A Beane were ebia Kelsey gave the d \'o-
Ike Shepard hers 18,37 Quincy, Suber it TelephoneElectrons Johnson Suber Standings& Johnson MOB 5 Lout 2 Thomas McPherson Kelley of and Forest Mrs Hills Orin business visitors in Tallahassee : springboard," Kelly ...Id.I to. the campaign Ion. After we Kate the n.aIIlutl"
yeslerda, Doila Ware gave ademonxlratlon
Blue Devils 11. The Famous May Drug S 2 Methodist Church attended ..IIO.I Kelly said ha la "taking off
I to make
Top Ten Scorers Jitney Jungle 4 3 I Mr. and Mis. Carl Martin, Mrs Lee R. Munroe will go the Rlovea! from now on In thframp.llln. Apple Wltchea 0111011I'We talked abnu
f at Player team TI'A Quincy Telephone 0 7 Jr and daughter Elaine of Tallahassee ta Macon this weekend and I I will ba speaking
Mr and Mrs, l.ee the drew" revue and then our
Fixer, B 46 Men's BasketballCame were recent guests of accompany out forthrightly and will discuss meeting was adjourned.
SHELrBLITCHFURNITURE B. Spires! P 45 Korea: Thursday, Feb. her mother, Mrs S. E. \Mlhnlt Ray Munroe to Sea Island, Cad the Issue in iprrlflo' term. Beth llarrell, 11
CO. 44 20Shell Oll rs 52, Manning I Mrs c. If. Phlnnev of Wlllli- ---- (The candidacy of 'Boants' Boy reportQt'ICY| #
m. ;3r'l 40 Taylor 41: Hydro Gas 80, Craig ton and Mr. and Mrs t J.I 'Bud' is calculated to perpetuate
MAin T I54J B. Norman, E 37 Oil Co., 33. I Raich of Springfield, III were a dynasty Hrvanl dyn- MMORII
R... ISI-S432 J. Suber P 32 Top Tea ScorersPlaver 'recent guests of Mrs Phlnney anly I think the people of Florida ('LIB MUM I
Warehouse Ph. MAln T-IIOO J. Rudd F 30 team TP son In law and daughter Mr. have had them fill of double The Quincy Senior High 4-H
B. Edwards, F 20IVEABUNDlEOHAf It. W. Goodmn MT 1M: !and Mrs, Tracy Riddle and family -talk about heir rite government 111'1. met Thursday, February
--- ----- T Fason. SO 148 I Mrs Agnes Riddle I of soul more taxeaI 211 In the high: school ..udiorluln. -
:O. Joyner, 110 134 Jacksonville Is aim visiting her : He said "Hoant's Boy Bud Is .
I U Jones, 110 122R. son and family They had dinner I dedicated to the continuation of Delorls Murphy called the VALUE
Lemleux SO 101S at the Jefferson House In the big-opendhtg polities of the" I
meeting to order, Paulette Dava
6. $X--; Crlffls, CO 01 observance of 101... Phlnney Bryant sdmlniiiliatlnn which resulted It gave the devotion, Jeanean
R. MT IH
Pai-ramoie. birthday while hcie In $l 4:1: mllllcin In
new irav led the" allegiance to the
{ J L. Wells ParrUh., SO IIQ 82 85 Mrs. Mark Munroe, Jr and taxea hit yen Ameilian\ Flag, Mary Ponton Story Eleclric

I J: Chlldera, HO 60 daughter Tee will spend the The Lakeland Senator said ed the allegiance In the 4 II
weekend In Jacksonville ,
with discriminatory lam were lev- lag and lrlorll Murphy called
Second half Standings 1100 W. Jefferson St.
NEW I Hen Lost I her slater Mrs. Bernice Crich- Girl Scout led against auto and buck owners the roll,

Hydro Gaa 3 I ton.Mr because of 1I1' 'anl'. spendIng We Heeled a new secretary, QUINCY
,I Shell l Oilers 3 1 and Mrs Pierce Wllllami News philosophy He repeated Joyce Edmonds, 1!
fcREFRIGE ATOR II I Manning Taylor :2 2 returned Sunday from Jack his pledge to work for rrueal Mri Shirley Clark told u.'
I Craig Oil Co. 0 4 sonvllle where they spent the of the Increase in motor vehicle .
: Scheduled for tonight weekend with their son Pierce Junior Troop 144 met at license fees which he said
I 7 pm. llydio games Gas vs. Manning Jr. of Greenville, S (' who George: Munroe School Tuesday taxed autoa and trucks aa if NORTH FLORIDA GAS CORP
Taylor, 8.30 p.m.- Shell was Uieie on business afternoon they are luxuries"Its
j Opera va Craig Oil Co. Miss Lynda Brinks bid a< Since It was "Thill kin, Dav" said that as governor he
I weekend guests, MIKS Casey we had a spatial pr ogrsnl. The will Instill the practices. of aurceuiful MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE GAS
Thurman of Tampa and Miss Sunrise Patrol had the flag cer bualnesaman In all
a iw I VA Official To Beverly Butler of BradentonMrs. emony. For the program, the operations of slate government Gas Ranges Prepare It Better t s
Bluebirds discussed Girl ScoutIng He pointed nut that he la the"
Sam Hlgdon spent the Water HeatersThermolalres
Visit QuincyVeterans weekend In Montgomery and around the world. Refreshments only biiKtneuman In the race for
were served by the ,ovt'rnnrI.. said) theie ate &
attended a duplicate bridge
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WestinghouseOFFERS I tournament. Kagles They had s take with four lawyer Including 'Brvnts Dearborn Gas Heaters
of Gadsden County : Bov Hud' and full-
lighted candles In honor of Jul. one 18
who need assistance In obtaining Mr. and Mrs. A B. Blackburn
iette Low's blrthdav time profesKlcmal politician who Waahers
I benefits under the GI Bill, spent the weekend In Orlando Inda Griffin has derived his living from the Norqe
may receive guidance from Jim visiting his brother In Scribe taxpayers of Jacksonville RCA Whirlpool Dryers
Weant, Assistant State Service law and sister Mr. and Mrs
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Officer. Rupert Crowell. RCA Whirlpool and

I Weant will visit this area next Miss Elizabeth Woodward Maybe It takes an Intelligent The henpecked man of the Norge Refrigerators COOK WITH GAS R
week for the purpose of helpIng student at Presbyterian College farmer to appreciate the value house la now having his lawnmower
FROST-FREE veterans or their dependents St. Petersburg, spent the of soil conservation repalied, 24 HOUR DELIVERY TRUCKS RADIO EQUIPPED
In filing claim. for Compensation weekend with her parents, Mr ----
Benefits or solving their and Mrs R. D Woodward 112 C. Washington Street Quincy, Florida
Insurance problems This free Mrs Herbert Massey Mrs If you want" to be highly ree A eompromlne, to some people
service Includes assistance to Van Plttman and Ashley orhl'rkMld ommended let somebody else la an opportunity for the Telephone 627-6034<<

REFRIGERATORS : employers of veterans under the Dade City spent .... say the word. "I h'I' aide to surrender
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During his visit In this area
Weant may be contacted at the
following places at the time and -
on the dale specified: Quincy, r
Courthouse, I o'clock March I, -
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I I to there in She visit Winter drove plans her Mrs Garden family to Omar visit the and May Mr Ropers,down from and I (lJt&fJ fP ate[iit, I ICPOl


Mrs. Lamar May In Miami Mrs.
I Spooner returned from Mas- '
cotte Monday with Mr. and Mrs
(Albert Flake, who had been I 4
visiting relatives In eeiburg
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Mill Ermine Owenby who 'S t' r
Is Interning at Jackson llig'i r-
School In Jacksonville, spent 1 =
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and while here attended some I II $13.99 ltd Town & Country Shoes
DOOR REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER of the brides elect parties
I Mrs F O Cochran of Atlanta
BOTH SECTIONS FROST-FREE baa been visiting her niece and :: Black Patent =
husband Mr. and Mrs. BW r -rr
Sunnnerford and family. ,
Among those from Centenary rr
Methodist Church attending the -
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SUBER & JOHNSON'Your Madison Monday were M.... Carl --- --
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Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Mra Maxwell 10 r' =
Town and Country Shopping Center" Strom, Mrs. J. L. Beden- = $14 W =
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All Varieties Chufas -Corn Cotton- Lindsey- Velvet 77 Beans Sorghum (L, JJ Cl uft.v (IVuLl l! tp li 1A ea.

& Millet Kentucky Wonder 191 Beans
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Carrots Sweet Corn Cucumbers Lettuce I WE GIVEr

Okra Pepper Pumpkin Radiches Rape -r-

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time so I consulted them care- THE IIEALTII PROGRAM [STRANGLED BT SKI TOW
fully upon my return to the of- President Johnson's main. Alta, Utah A young woes
lice, health proposal, enactment ofa an was strangled hen her
THE
Tour dreams come true Out of nearly 1800 boy and care plan for the elderly un- scarf became entangled in a ski
aids In training school In der Social Security has been rope tow
FARM Florida (open-type schools withno slowed up In the House Ways Mrt Ronald M Rolhmai 'it
wSTAMPS fences, gate, walls or bars' and Means Committee, Other Los Angeles was dragged more
PLAID a FRONT an average of 1 percent of them proposals have been tailed hereIn than 100 feet before the u
1 too "French leave" In each of the past few years. could be stopped
those months Only I/} of that The committee plans sessions I The scarf was twUtct! ?
"BY DOYLE CONNER 1 per cent did any damage to on the measure, perhaps as ear tightly on her neck the '.' ,
tan 116 ,mt COMMISSIONERFLORIDA property or had anything to do ly ti the first week In March person to reach her could I
with stealing a car In the There are no signs enough: memo I get It loose. Her doctor hut
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE whole State for each month 1 btl s' votes cm be obtained to band who was there was unable
] car was taken by truants from send the men Mire to the House to revive her,
F01JNDER'S Thin li about beef Wt have the training schools. --- --
plenty of It, but the Russlaru lance so they can advertise and I '.,
,I don't That'i another rcnoi they could early Children who run away gainno 1 .,J'<< ,J;. .
D seot,2: prestige from the other
:you cn thank your lucky tur: dispose loads.
i 1 ; I you live in the U. S, and no: Known as one of the nation's youngsters. What bravery li exhibited
rIIJ In running away from aplace
J/iiI Iin the USSR iloneers In fresh vegetable pre- in which there are no restraints
]
When In Mr. Morton described
/ commodity It thort Mckaglng nothing to hold one
I lupply, you don't put on a bl| ilmselt as a grower of 1,500 there except hit own attitude?
!; I nallon-wide campaign to pro- acres of vegetables In Florida (I an told by workers from
,mot IU tale. But U. S, bee) the Carolina and Kentucky.The other states who envy Florida
is plentiful to the American open-type rehabilitation that
National CowBellei, Inc ii Georgia Peach Council many children spend every moment -
Super-Right" Western Steer BeefSTEAK planning to give It a big boost hat been told by one of its of every hour planning

Florid own Mrs. Alto former president It must give eventual escape from the institutions .
Adams, Jr. of Fort Pierce, elect more attention to marketing. with restraints and that
ed vice president not long ago Edgar Duke of Fort Valley rehabilitation for these Is really gg d gg
SALE of the national Cow Belles organization told the Council recently the out of the question) In Floridl"
la teaming up with state's peach growers still have schools the truant is
Mrs. Leo Wilhelm of Wheat- a long way to go and "we've got thought by others to be pretty
land, Wyoming to be cochairmen to build ourselves back up in stupid to set his training program
for a campaign to promotethe marketing our product"And back by ruining away ADVANCED SERIESTRANSPIANTERS
1064 program of "Beef for the Canadian Fruit The smart ones are those who
T-BONE Father' Day." It will be a Wholesalers Association Is developing learn from the experience of
Joint project with the Beef Industry a comprehensive plan the others they think as with
Council of the National of public relations and promo- the rest of ui
CLUB Your I Livestock and Meat Board. tion to advance the sales of Those who steal carl or do
fresh fruits and vegetables In
damage to or
property
person
Housewives will see potter at
Choice meat counters urging them to Canada get much publicity while those
RIB aBc serve beet at home on Father'i returning quietly to the schoolsof
Day. Restaurant will be featuring their own volition, or are re-
SIRLOIN Lb. a slogan. "Bring Dad in YOUTH ASKS turned by the staff or their
for a Steak. families or the law officers, are

Fathers Day this year, by the For a Faith and a Challenge .,, not publicized And, some of
TOP ROUNDWhite way will be June 21. Good Examples and Good Explanatlons them, having got the "truancybug" ,
Known Limits] out of their system, settle
,
down to better work than they
Now, about the Russians. Recent and Consistency And
have done before
ever
reports Indicate they have, To Be Heard
None of who work with
Fresh Pork been having another very rough us 5V 14'c
Salt Meaty
winter following the bad one BT Dorothy B, Alexander troubled children could be convinced

MEAT Lb. 29c NECK BONES Lb. 19c last the year.Central Figures Statistical gathered Board by Publications Florida Division Specialist.ol we see that too "God much It of dead"God for in '

mOlt of them and much, muchIn
show that in 1963 some IV* mil Child Training Schools
most of those who work with
lion head of cattle were liqui
Smoked Slab SlicedBACON dated" by Soviet farms because i I read the other day where and for them. This Is spite ol
some child asked her mother, all the emphasis on tragedy and
feed for them
there wan no
Lb. 29c BOLOGNA 3 Lbs. $1.00 The number Is about equal to "Is God dead?" She must have chaos that our newa media give
I II ALL the beef cattle In Florida Just looked over the headlinesof us!
I Beside the heavy cattle the morning paper. Being oriented -
.. toward "the positive" ROBBERY AT POLICE COIRT
.. slaughter there was a startling
-r.j fii ; !. reduction of tome 29Vi million am constantly searching for I. Louisville A night clerk
r': pigs In 1963. Same reason In- thing that "accentuate the working on the books in polite
PLAID I I lufflclent feed itive" as the little song says court was surprised to look up
PLAID notes I see around me so much thatIs and see a masked man beside
A recent report
more
I 50 STAMPS. I. 9vSTAMPS MiU an acute shortage In Moscow. progressive and him,
that I am The robber took Charles J.
..' The largest and best supplied encourllln"I'
I With this coupon and purchase of j I With this couposi and purchase ef MJ! store GUM hat advised that the path of Hayes' billfold containing $35
always upward and an additional $7? from the
western embassln it
Box ef SI Regular or Super = H Bottle of 100 Bayer **! can no '
I longer furnish them with steak may be occasional flat places office desk.
I Kotex 87c = H Aspirin 79c Ambassador and the Red aristocracy along the way or even an occasional Police headquarters was only 3 BIG EXCLUSIVE FEATURESPOWELL

,..... Coupon" good thru Mar. I. Conpod lbru ..... 1. ;I have the No 1 priorityon must to step many downword.accentuate Why the a half-block away.
I available. But
It any good
I :
_ _ _ a : .:, !1 i when there Isn't any to be had, negative? Is It any wonder that PLANT POWELL ADJUSTABLE POWELL METER JRIU
child
if God
some wonder
......_. ... _._ a priority doesn't mean a thing. may PICK-UP TRAY PACKER WHEELS SYSTEM
--------- ------------ .._-....--- -- ------------ -- Is dead? HAULINGTRUCKING WATER
GUM sect no relief "In the
Those of us who work with No holDIni I oi will ni a'nIC' |l f M oil'ooih rallyediust.bin, lel.drerubbertom.vdrn\
Ann Page SPECIAL! I foreseeable future I ,oceiiortiiiPckVilin: : to lholedliMM, ; ,o bird oil.in iinlmn, raw l llldiitlllKiotl ter
Also reported Is grumbling lawless children are often Komomollnt w5MmtIe' b.a>wit)DO M SEC flont: -moidlm ol
1 startled to hear the idea I wd-1"1"-, '
some arsi'isw.rsCHOOSE
,all over Russia/ about shortages rttr"r1. : .
smiQ
of high quality bread and flour of the public have about them, Intlr,.av.ubl.r
KETCHUPA&P 2 14 Oz.Bottles. for Instance that "practically all .
News In food trade publications truants who run away from the ALL KINDS '
Indicates more and more training schools either steal I
rn MODELS
I farm commodity producera are cars or damage property; 'when,'I and Long Distance FROM
\ actually, this is a form of escapism
Cream Style or Whole Kernel SPECIAL! becoming aware they must engage that may not Imply evil Furniture Insured I
In advertising and promotion -
' In order to increase consumer Intent at all Most of them who 1 I WAIIABIE IN LIFT AND PULL TYPES

demand for their prod run away do not do any hurt VITH OR WITHOUT FERTILIZER EQUIPMENTWOODBERRY _,
ee
CORN 8 303 $100SAVE ucts. m except to themselves Sam Hutley

Cans eating This trend to me Is because especially It Inter-confirms I made A speaker the remark some weeks in quotes ago I I

above (and to astonishment''!
my
AT A&Pllona Green SPECIAL agricultural the need producers of many for Florida the as confidently as If he had all MAin 7-6433 COMPANY 4
the statistics at his
tongue tip
services have been developing
we
and expanding during the The truancy statistics for the ,
ioo last 2 month tlf last for C' Ah
$ year
BAINBRIDGE. GEORGIA
> past 3 years In our Division of
PEAS 8 1 Lb. Maiketlng. all the training schools of the S. ADAMS ST. j

Cans 1 In a talk to Ohio Vegetable State were on my desk at the,
and Potato Grower. Association
and the Ohio Horticultural Association -
SAVE AT A&Pt! HormelCHILI SPECIAL I Al Horton of Louisville,

Kentucky, laid It on the line,
according to one produce publication -
With "The Packer"
3isoz. $100 I Said he: "The grower must
Beans think retail today," and added .A,3.anwpM
I that growers must let like manufacturers
to promote their

SAVE AT A&P! Cold SitSALMON Pink SPECIAL! I products.: Citing with consumer accomplishments advertising .

I of the steel and tobacco Industries
I In carrying their message
ILb. 59C to consumer, he said, ""e are
Can I binder than they are," f.i 4"&r
To Illustrate what he believes Mh
growers should be' doing, Mr
Morton cited an example of agrower S ___
I who brings 100 I loadsof
R Red Ripe Florida SPECIAL! sweet corn to market with- ,rr i J t .

A Strawberries 3jtn!; $1.00 out no one previous Is promoting commitment.corn, the If r

outlet can't get behind It fast

enough to move It, no matter y,
Red Delicious Western how low the price Is
On the other hand, If one of a+ r rit
Apples 2 Lbs. 29c the outlet Is Informed In Id.'I. .


Juicy California N

Lemons Doz. 29c t 'L



Luscious Golden RipeBANANAS ... ....
'-' I

30.year
SAVE I
3 29c

Ibs. \ Fence Posts R ,


\ WSfisPentaTreated

Jane Parker Delicious Dutch I 1 bMrd 10 'uei.mot.
and :
I
I a .o\'::atud

;... M tJ aa..erf .
APPLE PIE 'Each r Lb. 39CLiquId 1


Diazinon stops the wireworm threat to young tobacco



or Dry- Giant Site 1.II *W"'''''c., .. plant after plant row ado row-vigorous as a broadcast spray,Disk In an broadcast
SAIL DETERGENT ......,......... I young tobacco proves the value of tr..lJMnlllmmec'Atelv' alter application

Special! ,I *a....,.., ......, Dlaiinon Insecticide for wireworm And, there Milt another way to protect
: 1it.d... Control. your young tobacco from wirewnrms.
Page Quart Mmm ae A single application of Diaxinon "Just add Diuinon SOW to your trarn-
MAYONNAISE YourAnn 1 I :::::,-- made before the attack b'nt ,,kneels plant water

1 out wir'wo'ms.They don get a trance Mectrveness plus safety
M feed on rooM or bore Into tender You can count on Diumon to help01'
Page- Quart stems. Control eflectiwrms Is oubUndIng. thrive and
crop grow ntht through the
SALAD DRESSING Choice ScAnn .Youll see the retults strong young critical early period when wireworm,
IrampUnts and a more uniform land. damage un be diutfrout And you can
Central wirewonM_retnljnl or Ml count on Oiannon to do the (Job lately
White Beauty- 3 Lb. Can
You can depend on Dminoo insecticide without bawd to humans and am-
SHORTENING Each t Posts are M solve your wireworm problem-even .without hoard to the cop
BIG M the wirewonra have developed resistance Ask your supplMr for the Du/lnon
your to one of the Imcctiodn wed formulation you need. ".and start the
See All Mill
or Country
in Wood! In the pst Hrd-tr *ill wireworms are season without women about wircworm
SYRUP 11arY. S I Buy easy to control with Duxinon. damage.
The problem of wireworm mntancecontinue C tgy Agricultural CV nkari.'DfvHtonofOgy .
Post & Lumber to spend m aH the important Chemical Corporation, Saw Mill
1 ..dk.aal.era.s bvs a4fh tobacco a/Mi. Wtwre rt will crop up this fcver !Road AroUey,New York
,r P Bright Sail Presenting Co. season cant be predicted.50"why tale a eDiazon
SIA PS lavaaa-Qniiwy Hwy chance plan on n dependable
T.L IZM07S protection with Ovuinon IfIIWI n

i BLEACH35c AIM Available al Quote puny, control.... Dei .
a n FLETCHER Co.G1Ien You can expect top control wireworms
when" apply DuxincM to 4 weeks y\
_ you ------
FRM FEED STOREHavtM ahead of If......."... Iroadcatf frve \
t flowing Dunnon 10G granules with any
Prices this ad are Qood- standard granular applicator. Or, apply
either Outran SOW or Oumon AC SOD ; I
through Sat. Feb. 29.



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MORE PEOPLE THAN EVER ARE SHOPPING AT IGA THURS.EFFECTIVE- FRI. -2829:SAT.FEBURARY


r Make IGA your tfadquartir for Itnltn, Toads.IGA's .
wid.! variitef nfrcihlngldifftrtnt' food
makes meat$ planning taiitrl Why fret and worry
about"what to Mrvt tht family today?*
Your IGA gi'txer'i compltt ultctioit
of fresh,conned and packaged Lint.nToads
will cut meal planning and thop
ping time.Yes...you con be Hire of
\ the Best Quality and the Best Variety
ot the best Values when, you shop at
ICAI _.


ROBIN HOOD

Plain Or 25-Ib.
FLOUR $1.79
IGA CHUNK Sell RUlng Bag
BAKERITE:

TUNAZq SHORTENING 3 r 49cFROZEN J

IGABREADED

SHRIMP ft p : 79cALL
% SUe
VAIRITES IGA FROZEN
ConSTOKELY
MEAT PIES 3 p:;:: 59cSARA

.
LEE FROZEN ALL BUTTER
POUND CAKE I' ; 79c

CREAMGOLDEN

CORN 2 29c KRAFT SLICED SWISSCHEESE MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE

ILb. 59c
STOKELY GREEN Tin

I CUT BEANS 2. 39c 6 Pkq..Oi. 39c (Plea.Limit On With SS.OO or More Purchaee)

STOKaY

PARTY PEAS 2 45cIGA PHILADELPHIA CREAM

SOLID PACKTOMATOES: CHEESE1BUOH rk
4 69c r i t rr
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3-Of.
.::= Pkq. lOc
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I PILLS1IURY LAYERBISCUITS

BANANASlb. 2 Cau 25C
r ,
lb.10c VANILLA SANDWICH WAFERS ':Q. 31cPRINCESS

COOKIES 2 Si:; 39c GRADE"A"FROZEN FRESH
CAIRO BEAUTYPEANUT
BUTTED '|:- 39c

I; NUMBER ONE GEORGIA PURINA CA T.CHOW 22Q* 39cPURINA lv reys

SWEET POTATOES DOG SIZEHANDY CHOW it 69cQUART ( )

ANDY Each 69c

3 Pound 35c ACTIVE 0 POIJND SIZELIQUID PACKAGE ALL tach 79cQUART (

lb.
ALL Each 75c
OUNCE SIZELIQUID
LUX Each 63cQUART
SIZEWISK
LONGFINGER: CELLO Each 72t
REGULAR SIZE BARSLIFEBUOY

IAK! CARROTSlib. REGULAR SIZE BARS SOAP 2 For 23c SLAB SMOKED BACON lb. 39c

LUX SOAP 3 For 31cREGULAR EXCELLENT FOR SEASONING
SEE BARS SMOKED HOCKS 3 ibs $1.00ib.
; 19c PRAISE SOAP 2 r" 29cWALL'S STYLE
SLICED BACON lb. 49cT
y .
:
I UO.
FRANKS 39c

BROADCAST CORNED YOUNG TENDER
BEEF HASH BEEF LIVER lb. 39c

IGA FOODLINER UHOi. 43c
>3I W..l J.ffenoa I Str"< Can WHOLE
AND BROADCAST VIENNASAUSAGE SMOKED

WILSON'SIGA lb.CADSDEN 29c

East SUPER WaKbtqfcM MARKETII Sir... 2 Can. 45c PICNICS
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: TWKLVB OADSDEM COUNTY TIMES: QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY .', IBM

,
control of tht hospitals I agency or department which Ix stores He set tender traps ly "If you'll go and start It FIRST HAIRCUT AT t"l
Hospitals And foe housewives that they could for me, I'll stay here and lean
The attempt Is being made byway dispense Federal financial assistance hum" !Touche'lT'blnls Scotia, N Y At they.
not real t. Every conceivable on your
or the Civil Right bill as well ss to whatever 9sideP the underwayfor of 97, Mrs, Emily Fahey d etl.
Inducement was offered are getting
Civil
RightsBy Executive Order the President -
more properly called the Socialist Band Festival ed to gt her hair cut for the
District
the
glm-
may Issue. And this with- hopper, trading stamps
Omnibus Bill workIng first time She
now went all out
here In Quincy
hidden be
and which will
nicks, 11v.-IWI"
John C. Bstlerfleld, its way through Congress.Every out my substantial limitation and got tee latest style incIt d.ing I
nude sort of April 10-11 About 2,000 young
WASHINGTON t Treasure a game
on restriction on the pert of the curled under benp.She .
Past President hospital which participates departments or the President 5- hat the customers loved to play people will descend on us
In or benefit from "any How well these inducement One of the Times office girls had noticed how raged
American Bar Association program or activity receiving Under these circumstances: MARCH OF EVENTS ... succeeded Is evidenced by the was going through her billfold the ends were gelling so she I
Federal financial assistance byway a) It would be unlawful forth steady increase in the number sortin' her various Identification made up her mind to get her
Doctors are i tenacious lot of grant, contract, or loan" hospital to fall or refuse to Roast IN NEW ROll I HELM HEAL BREACH of Publli stores and the Increase cards. "Oh," she laughed as hair out. It was long enoughfor
For torn twenty years, now will be subject to certain of Its hire or to discharge. any Individual THAT Of PEACEMAKER I| 'TWIXT LADY SOlONS in gross sales In 19S1 she came to one, "heres my her to sit on,
they have been ivrceMfully provisions or otherwise to "dis ,Public sales grossed $18 mil Buckaroo Card from Circle 6Rancb'
warding. off the government And what hospital doesn' criminate' against any Individual By irCNBT CATHCAET lion and each year they haveskyrocketed '"
efforts at taking over their pro- participate In one or another with respect to his compensation Central JYes Wa\btgto Writer until 1904 they Now some of the merchants The super-drug will be the
fewlon And a period can understand such program particularly Hill terms, conditions, or Wayne Morse, the Griffon Democrat, totalled over $200 million, with have "Bestle wlgi Three' drug to end the necessity tat sitolhrr
the bows they are Burton hospitals privileges of employment, because WA8IUNOTON-8en.reputation of being one of the Senats'i 99 stores In operation and 12 young girls In town were drugs
prone to take for their success Assuming a hospital 1s involved of such Individuals. race, scrappiest members HI can be tough and ,stubborn and bellerinf more stores currently under countln' up their money lat
Theirs has been a good Job In the execution of a color religion or national ori In his position it, hard to shake him or strike a compromls, construction or in the planning week. They were trying to figure There are workers in the
well don, government contract or has a gin. (Sec. '704(la)), as many of his colleagues In and out of Congress have discovered. stage. More than 8,200 employ- if they had enough moneyto world whose chief occupation is

But It should be brought to relationship held to be contractual bl It would be unlawful for It was unusual, therefore, for him to be cast m the role of a' eel emblem.proudly wear tie Publlx call, Guess the Beatles they long on distance one to appear busy,
their attention that the govern In nature, then It will come the hospital to limit, segregateor r peacemaker But that la exactly what he has cause did sound grow a little
ment U equally aa tenacious and under Section 711b( ), being a Its employee In For s story they
classify any been doing for Oregon's two ladles in Congress fascinating secure better the second time I heard about you and wish you were
perhaps a bit more imaginative portion of Title I VII,II'I 1 way which would deprive or -Ben.Maurlna Nsuberger and Rep. Edith a copy of the March Read them on TV. Perhaps the InItial bark at school
titan are doctors. the President n unlimited tend to deprive any Individual er's Digest and learn how the lItlle.1 Well bye-bye for this week
Green. The women have not been on speaking shock has worn off a
authority to "take such of employment opportunities or American housewife has become Don't forget the Senior Clans
For, while the medics have I
term for some time and Morse efforts were Yea, yea, You know I would
been action as may be appropriateto otherwise adversely affect his the worlds tomorrow night
Play
busy staving off frontal shopping
a like hear what _
devoted to healing the breach for the sake of to the Rev John _
"unlawful labor because
attack, the government has sent prevent status ss an employee queen with merchants bitterly
Bywater has to about them.
its shock troopi on a flanking practices" of such Individuals race, etc Oregon party harmony. competing for her favor. say i:
movement which, If successful, Nor Is that the only title or (Sea 704
will bring down their citadel. the bill that covers hospitalsAll .' ) It would be unlawful for ladles have kissed and made up. They're again And then there was Mary Lou
The government Is now seeking hospitals which have on any hospital to 'discriminate" exchanging friendly visits, chatting femininelyand who asked her mother if she COMPANY
to control medicine through their premises I cafeteria,' or segregate persons ss to goods R working together on mutual political problems. could give her beatle Us _: 14 E. Washington Street
lunch counter or soda fountainre services, facilities, privileges: It seems that their falling-out resulted beagle hound a stork shower I
covered by the bills Till I advantages! and accommodations from a misunderstanding over some political AROUND By George! George Washing PIANOS ORGANS
tot II not only as to such eating on the ground of rate, Senator Morse patronage and everything ha been straightened ton s birthday almost slippedby
oOS places, but also ss to all etc. (See 201a( outTM The before I knew It Was baking I Band Instruments
other functions of the honplta dl It would be unlawful for girl now We don't know bow much at a part Morse a cherry pie Saturday quite: and Accessories
Thus all hospitals coveredby any hospital to treat any person Have mote up. played in clearing the air and re-establishing SQUARE by accident and whats his
et 666 the bill and, apparently, so he was excluded from par cordial relations between the ladles, but we name on you know what announced I Horn Ph.: MA 7-6705
k that means sll hospitals ticipation In, denied the benefits do know that Morse can now happily revert to being; his old By Sub.r a George Washington
would be subject to rules and of, or subjected to discrim curmudgeon sellS Day sale In town. I Open !Man Tues Wed. FrU:
regulations! of each Federal ination" under any program or e I
And how are you Mr. Street-I 4 to I p,m. All Day Sat
:ground ot the hospital on the A TEST FOR BUSINESS-President Johnson's economy drive meant All of us are thinking I .
of race, etc. (bee. 601). ---- -
to be real testing period for American
may prove a business In;
e) Membership of the medical the complex workings of the economy government spending Now don't forget Sabin Orll'l'
WINO staffs of such hospitals would be
SPECIAL 3110 subject to determination by plays a major role in providing the aggregate purchasing power Vaccine Sunday. No FOR YOUR
federal personnel whenever it needed to keep business and industry running along at an acceptable I No Taste No Pain It takes
.
1s claimed that race color or clip. Economic theorists have long feared that a sharp only minutes and lasts a lifetime -
national origin Is involved, Sec cut In government spending would brine on a serious contraction Your paper will tell you
601)) in the volume of business with the threat of a recession I where to go for the vaccine I FUEL
Johnson has ordered that sharp cut in the fiscal year beginning Ladles are already sporting
control Is coming to
Thus,
I the hospitals, the "tool" of the noxt July 1, and he has made no bones about the part he expects their outfits Easter and patent bonnets leather and spring shoes'I SHELL

medical profession And to tell private business to play to take up the slack Every year It seems as if spring OIL
doctors how their hospitals shall According to businessmen who have talked with the President, arrives Just a little bit earlier) V ytl
be run is like telling an otherwise Johnson takes the position that they have long advocated economy See "walk light have been
free carpenter how be can In government; contending that if that could be achieved, added aroundersquare. Those HOMEDELIVERIES
use his hammer, It would be a green light for private business to expand because traffic lights up at the schoolhouse

In pawing, It should be noted, of less conflacatory taxes certainly discourage one
Glare-proof RCA High Fidelity ,_ ._. ..,,,,. I that whereas this bill Is built Johnson tells them plainly that It I* lip to business to put up from driving past unless abno-
Color Tube brings > at_ 4 around three critical words, or abut up on the whole Issue of less spending and more business lutely necessary
you a picture so sharp a 114 discrimination," "race" and activity. At Valdosta Stale College DISTRIBUTOR
woe, yoy have to se It to Muth 'religion," nowhere In the bill e e they have put oversized ridges

believe it Super.powerful UO O d'' are these words defined. Discrimination e SAME! OLD TOOTd-Eeventy-four-year-old Sen. Stephen M. here and there in the streets I
New Vista VHF Tuner, y aa race and religion Young of Ohio Is in the political battle of his career. He faces around the campus. If a fast CallSERVICE
24OOO-volt (factory ad J 6 t, be the involved moving hits of
to SoeThan will whatever car one them it
astronaut John Glenn in the upcoming state Democrat primary
Juttid) chassis, Dapand- Ever licfore federal department or sounds u if the underneath
select the to seat.
to Young's
able Space Age Staled Cir 1 agency says they are, And successor !section Is being ripped off OIL CO.
Twin Duo-Cone II what they say they are, today, But this hasn't stopped the Irrepressible Ohio senator! from Would like to see one of
ep.sk.radaily.'nail may be something entirely dif playing the political game the hard way. Ho's still unabashedly those ridges on It, S. 90 near
"Golden) Throat"sound.I ferent, tomorrow publicizing the brickbats thrown at him as wen u the compliments Clark where "men tourists' \ cog aloe
Here's something he calls an "orchid" that he wrote race like rockets and toot theirhorns C07 D6/-OOO0 OOOQ
wasYrw ,..,, If a person has even passing bout in recent letter to his constituents
Interest in the form of govern : a open : Incessantly If you stop
ment under which he Is to live, "Newspaper reports :you are seeking a second Deeint for a school bus.
term. How greedy can get T" AU of which reminds me of 4
It would pay him to ponder this :you Whiiswaah. IN QUINCY
Thos's'. bill, not from the point of viewof I Young doeant think he'e any greedier than something real clever A
' "' aw.tL ps5.wi a4+@MeM lJ doctors, but from his own other politicians who seek to continue themselves Crlllcltm young lady stalled her car at s GREEN
self interest If he will mull In office, or for that matter those who seek to traffic! light and couldn't get it STAM Pa
over It s moment, Its depth will enter politics to displace individuals already there-such as started. She tried and tried. 6632319IN

G I THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION come home to him. I ounr. But he Isn't averse to letting his readers knew what his motorist While behind honked her his an horn impatient stead-
Control Is the antithesis of critics are thinking quality that Is all too rare In political life. On
lip Finally she got out and Stamps
freedom. If Young should beat Glenn In the primary, a prospect that Is walked back.

uncertain to say the least, he will probably have to face a fellow 'Im awfully sorry, but I CHATTAHOOCHEE All Purchases!
with a Ohio name In the senatorial election- Robert '
maria Rep. "
can car, abe told the
THISI HORRID i
tetrty; :
raft Jr.
VALUE- other car pleasant
TABLE TV AGE SPOTS

LATE George had more Ideas than a
TOO
dog has fleas He decided that
customers would respond to the I
TO CLASSIFYBy right type of service and show- '64 Corvair.Monza
I manihlp His stores were ai .
Russell Kay modern aa tomorrow. He provided
everything for the shoppers
More People pwlt Modern day educators may comfort and convenience. by
Marble tile and stucco replacedthe
stories
sneer at Horatio Alscr
rtcAVYCTO R unrealistic but they will findIt old drab wooden buildings, ,
Than ti FADE THEM our .1 I as landscaped spacious parking areas :: '
hard to laugh off the modern ::: Chevrolet1k'
Any '
Other Tehtdslon. WMthtrwl brown ipotah day story of s Georgia boy who with covered walks to pro- '.: '
,, ::nds'and surrar.race toll( yourfits. world )'u.'.. came to Florida with $9 in bit test from the weather, sofa .
, I Black-and Wdts l.ttlnf old-p.rh.pi before yeasewFLROTFolcA pocket and s sincere desire to music with no blaring announce O"
'
soothed and
I that msdir.t.d Strive and Succeed" ments pleased the :
or that breaks up m.eom or pla- housewife while she browsed
Color I cr..m
wont on the akin, help m.k" hinii George W (for Washington) about the well stocked stores.Jenkins' SuR .} '. ,
look while and .">. Bqu.llyflMtlv Jenkins started as a $13 a week :
..I on the fee, sack end Haven chain leadership revolutionized ; ,
clerk In a Winter ;
...... AcU In th. ,
Not -.p.
arm a the chain business. ,
1 grocery .
.kln-not on It Fragrant areaaeleo store and a share of the gross I 'f' J. f. 1
for .oltenln* blur "kin Hard working, ambition, and an Competition followed his lead, -' :;1' "/ fj."i
as It hlp el) r iurf.c. "h adopted his ideas, but he always .
Uu.r.nlM vur-old Uboratorr 1"ilctrv front the stlffest _.. ear t'--I"Mi xea Fi N "
'I Tseumn. ...At t IeisaAinleadru. Aft OMOwith young man to Increase the petition.So against. com- xi8" ':: J'.1!
saw"-sa .1 each jar at MOTKRIl Ain- stores weekly receipts from
I "coua trial bar of a.OTRICAsoap. $1,300 to $8000. lie was advanced remarkable bas been his
llo.tid com
N.w. m aid. hMllnl soap HrlmtaUtM" to managership of the success that he commanded national
t RCA VICTOR MwHstct TV \ away btemlahtwl' u.nily aliens c'..ln'. Urgent store which attention first trade
end el..""" the skis without
dryln nuts .!tae In pIMllo caN groaned |7,000 a week This was journals then national magazines
05.50: ,Xlmiud time: only In 19.28 With money he had began to tell his story
.23'tub (overall drag) 282 iq.In, picture saved he opened a modest store Last fall the Saturday Evening

, New Vista VHF Tuner CROUCH'SREXALL of his own. Then he opened a Post carried a feature story
Sup r-powrful
second store, Ills gross from about the amazing Publlx operation
22,500 volts of picture power (design average) DRUGS the two stores was a phenomenal and the current Issue of
p $9)0000 the Resder's Digest carried scondensstlon
(II Extended-range Duo-Cone speaker Quincy Florida He then farmed the Publlx from the article
f Sealed Circuitry Food Stores Corporation entitled When a Woman Goes
Dependable Space Age to Market

It is an exciting and thrilling
TIME TO WE HAVE story of Americas marketing
t $189.95 With Trade nevee PalnUPlumbing advancement and gives Flor
Fixtures ida's George Jenkins full credit r t
\pW11c s Complete line of for his leadership and courageIn
Building MaterialsAires helping bring it about
REP I Aluminum Roofing I It reveals the Importance of
MACK'SRADIO flahanlaed Roofing S Siding research In the field of the
Iloiurwarrs Si Gifts ihoppers psychology and the
('srry Asphalt Roofing I rewards that await those who
Cold Bond Sheetrock know how customers think and
& TV SERVICE REMODEL and 0,. t I react and provide the goods and
woods fount
Sporting Supplies services they want, anticipatingtheir
BUILD Plus Hundreds of Outer Items needs and providing them
507 East Jefferson Street with a flourish.

BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. II Jenkins set out to make
MAin 7-6606
hopping a pleasure" and
MADISON STREET QUXCT
U NORTH
adopted that, slogan for his Pub-
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BUILDING REPAIRING REMODELING '64 Corvslr Monte Club Coupe


(that puts superior traction under )
you

We Offer Low Prices on Lumber Directly from Our Mill. Top Name Building


Some can do best on the highway. Others and flat cornering make anything from
Prices. & Save at Southwest
Supplies Always Available at Thrifty Shop Compare -
seem tailor-made for city driving. nth-hour driving to parking a cinch.

Lumber & Material Dealer. Then there's Corvair-that gets along Take back-road driving. The weight of

Georgia's Largest just great most anywhere. Swishing along Corvair' engine bearing down on the rear

a highway. Scurrying around in traffic. wheels gives them remarkable gripping

PREMIUM LUMBER QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS Or wading through a soggy trail power on most any surface, whether it's

Take highway driving. Corvair's got a loose,solid,dry,wet or even snow oo\-aced.

such as bigger new engine with horsepower up Something else you can take note of,

Gradtmarktd Southern Yellow Pin framing flooring such as nee.r1119% in the standard version. But too: There's no radiator to overheat or

aiding, paneling, sheathing, etc.! Wolmanlxed Westinghouse built-In appliances. Johns ManTlll in ease figures don't impress you,just wait run dry. No hoses to check or replace. No

pressure treated southern pine boards framing & roofing theetrock moulding paint Armstrong cell until you head a Corvair for some farneed for antifreeze.The engines air cooled.

flooring; Douglas Fir & other West Coast studs Ing & floor tile, metal roofing, windows of all types away places.You'll get the message. Beginning to sound like a car you can

beams, finish & paneling: Cypress paneling; Oak door units plywood bath fixtures In all colors. brick. Take city driving. Corvair's really warm up tot Then there's

flooring; prefinlshed paneling In many fine hard concrete blocks. Formica. Insulation eta trim sue, light steering (because ..:1 ", only one thing left to take:a rid.

wood species. the engine1I'tight'. in the rear) in one at your Chevrolet dealer's.


Financing Plans & Estimates Delivery Service Attractive Displays THE: CRCAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS CMwslat.Cks *.Caeiy fl 'Cer.skCemtts

.. Sea.these...1 row.Cheorold.ShotrrooRs,

WILLIS LUMBER COMPANY, INC.


Chattahoochee Hwy. P. O. Box 98 Phone 245-5720
MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET CO.

I BUYERS O FT MBERG& LOGS
23 North Adams Street Quincy. Florida

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I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 2CTHW Ol'lt POLITICAL ECONOMT

.,......... 575.56 M6 -5PtaNY-.... Proudest Johtwono '. ...ago
SAVE 4 f the nation and mod of his
T H-OpOMtl hlVt rtflMtMl good
I Intents and purpo .. TbS .pp -
.rrnt bUnwInuwu ot bU pro
8bJ2e t P<>ul. It of court not unnlit
rd to the naUUf In the lim
II of politic. For *..mi>l*, the
"\ua It seemingly jerked from
under hlf oppoilUon by aU thoi
T-BONE iNdllnn on the nw wave otdml
I thrift rOcvJirly.. this

Steak 88 ; new dmlnlitriUoa conomy-mlnddnM rtirhrt toward of the

1 .D Brand beef to ek>M trimmed of bone end fat btfart popular fvpllni Who can b*
NMi wtghlng and packaging. You get more (ton, ttndtr hoof SIRLOIN atalntt saving the money of the
par pound at Wlnn.Dixie. Uxpnytrt And .Imulunwuly .
Steak. ". 88 ; who.can b. against It tollralnal
povrtyTWrit
DOD STOatS 1 fI that li the way It look,
fUlL CUT BONELES ROUND Fh. htadllnn ar. capturtd. Eta

100 Extra Stamps Steak. u.88; aitual Umaln ap of,ndln xpndlturta|) rav rvrclvtd(not

KM 45< SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK a till trrrlbl a far different slashing mater which from li

WHEN YOU BUY ONE 4-LB, BONELESS BONELESS ROUND balancing the budget Tb cull
Sausage. llmt ao aally mak food 1mpituluna -
SWIFTS PREMIUM Roast..u. 88; ar* rally only paptfprojpcllona
that nlA3/ rnvtr b*>
REG. 394 FISH) FILLETS
come nalltkt. That
Canned Ham are prom.
BONELESS
SIRLOIN TIP
b..l; w* swill with nor Inll'
Perch L'. eat tit* pi>rfnrmanc Rtductloa
Roast..uBONOESS 881 of real fxpcnwa It worthy or
ho 'Id.lt publlo support, and
SMALL RUMP find It hard to reject sins'
Ih. promlw! of economy. W*

Shrimp 5 lOX p t Roast 88 ml like)ihla rtntrmhfr bins bvrn hat few,romlul but p.rfornianm .
.
habeen tar*.
FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK 4 u. $298 FRESH GROUND DAILY EXTRA LEAN 11 Ask .f PolMwTTher

CAN U plenty of ream
Roast. I Gr. Beef 515th 'or' qurttlnn, however, whether'
the. promises ever can com

REG. S9 EAT RITI SMOKEDSausage to fruition under the prseotpulkk
<
..
a" ..__....___ billion butUet After .all nUnMt, th. BUT*
(final
T z r.r ."
fltiurea wont b* avtllahl un.
ill after the MUoo> I* till
torn |IA billion
more Uun was
REG. I9< EAT RITE SLICED spent flv* yewr..4A OM won.
Mrs If It I* really a program
Bologna. FROZEN FOOD at friiKallty. It th* federal
ovrnmnt| moat continue In
II [ !be all things to all Men, th.
outflow of retourcv will b*
ontlnuou. W* wind Ilk. tapixmilnea
IXTJI MORTON Chic, Pest, Turkey Ham SaLtburv Mtol Dot It'. not of Utopia III'lI.n
i d1A e.r""aALL tkfklt ciiU, but no deflrlti
i
Dinners89? Ihla I. *anUal to the lung 1
i nngt welfare of the Dillon
BIG WEEKTO 1'h. fetlertl |o ernm.tit hat
10 IXTRA STAMPS WITH CHOPPED MORTON Choc, Banana, lemon, Neapolitan! Coconut become the very /aynbol of bIg
Cubed Steaks 3 $ pending. Thl. (Image nedi tab >>
Lb. Boll
REDEM YOUR i Cream Pies Y 3 9x reiart' before frugality and
EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW .
SO FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID economy can truly become either
COUPONS FOR BEAUTIFUL
the administration' boast
Sliced Ham or
6-0..pk,. PAN.REDI BRIADED ROUNDShrimp Ita arcompllalimant W* bays
CURRIER & IVES
Ice MILK mentlnned the IVnldenti, "war
on POltrt3Th... .
1 *oi. PKC. 89/ ... enough to pronounce.nenlt .WM* any t
50 Extra:07C;' Green DINNERWAREFrostly nmotlonal but uninfunned bitinanllarlan -

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHAS\ RIG. .* PACER SLICED STAW. to ellmb aboard, But
the reality ahead will be
bitllona -
0... 11A.L., P... Pa.TAeT' 0' .1A MornLARD 39" In pending, uuUlane4
Fish Sticks 19'M V4 GAL Berries 5B1.Good ::: debt.budgets' and aoarlng national

soy T...., ,.."" .., ..,.. I0-5 29c
., AT ANY WINN-DIXII Th. D-AII Reb.....
am*; Tk poverrr elimination pre.
$1 : .!Jt.hJ HL a-B. .W1 grams of Mr Johnaon owe
t again, at In the mm, a* k t*
Impress the puMI with the all.
powerful. euraUv and
c Wt EACH STANDARD (Umit 3 with $S. food order) dial virtue of the strong reme.cen.
50 Extra aw:Greet so tral overnment. II..a. If noih.
WIT THIS COUPON' AND PURCHWI many waysFresh Ing had ever been acfompllih.ed .

ON.Pa Y JO> "N 9' I alphabet In Ihla agencle area except of Wathlng.tun for the.

Diced Chicbn The ...umpll". I* that on.
I ly Ih* billion of a borrowing
.055 T.aS PSaauay UNs \\4i EACH LIBBY'S TOMATO (Limit 2 with $5. food ord.r) ( internment can bring homing
AT ANY WINN.DIXI
(obi, health, education and
> A': eliminate. pw.rty. Th... poll!.
..
191 .I-do-aJllC'h.m.* work na brU.
4WLCAN .lr In the U R. than INIII.U"
planning In other eountrlea.
.1
t'meuw.t "one-third of the

50 Extra;;,?CGreea 3< EACH THRIFTY MAID (LHnlt 10 with $5. food order) Mountain Grown Winesap 111 nation.fed,"Ill-cUnhed Now IIWM, UI-houMd' on and
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHA! .n,," If Congret b pow
.. ..... car pensuadrd
0. HOWARD JOHNSON to approval the twn.
Chocolate Cake MilkTAlLCAN10; APPLESJ *y (borrowed), everyone rt,
Jinn the
see rNau '...u.... ..... seat battle.November But,the from"poor nowuntll

AT ANY WINH.DIXII public I which may have 30 t*
21 6< EACH. DELSEY (Limit 2 with $S. food order) ,10 million Votei In U depend.
tog bow
es
you tneaaur the
pour voter, will b* the eubjert$

2 ROLL PKG 191 LB. BAG 49 ? of luet dlMuaalon hops h* (and th* voter......*some. W*

50 Extra fttf Greet ml now of it all .. .'U"f a* lie Ig

wrm THIS COUPON AND PUWHASI JUICY SUNKUT

,..... P.... fMtra 10< EACH KRAFT Without rrtrv r.&e,1H.
White Acre Peas Lemons DOZEN 39 with u*. The doubt onfortuoet th poor and ate

Reedy moat be ,
helped
eels TMMI mnuur ai oi 3 9; IIlIIat Amerlwui want I la thing dolladly.

AT ANY WINN-DIXII BAKING roTATorS f Au the record of put
dcril effort along this line,
Russets 10 59 In d."pnulon day or even) mars
1 If EACH ALL PURPOSE (Limit 2 pltatt) ; ; '..'.nll, In AppalachU, ral.e.
Y-x. doubt whether" "-* government
tan win this war Th BrItIshw.nt
50 Extra aw Green Stam Oil "28 ; all-Mil to build the w....
WITH THlt COUPOH AND PWCHAS g hit tars but they State Marly In the puatwar wracked,.Ibelfeninomy .,..

ONI TNRIPTT NAI.' without
--- arrUenng the
;
Apple Sauce I LlotHa/ they ..""hI.
i i, A dramatis (sot ant being
TNY r5MYw ..Steis /, ,, houted In W*,hlngton laUly -
AT ANY WINN-DIXIt I(5 that the percentage of out
family Inewn** below ".000 hat
.XWELL dwindled ...&4U", from about
r J) per cent In IIMI to 30 ft
cent today famlllet with in.
How tome of 10,11(11)( and abovo

1'50 Extra aw Greet S.... hav mut* sat rlaen forget atndlly that, loo.this as.W*

rITH THIS WI1PON NO IRma4Aa Ito* of peuple, under Cooxt.utloe. .
0.11540 C"ACK'' 0005 that provide the Be ee>
Bars wry freedom and aoungi.
Fig I the
en'erprtwr
to
._Taw rra.75ray .... .. I.., 0,.. c**> ; VM. P.sb.d Caff.. v... C./p' .''Ye If Wkrt! ArwDETERGENT = .InlpIsN.d rift dar. has already turn dream closet and

1 M AT ANY WINN-OIXIf Coffee Maxwell HouseSAVE Pork & Beans i I DETERGENTSAVE t people I*otld conquering ha..v In.the.,poverty done.blatory W.IBM ef do any the not

-. 40 1-lB.CAN = 8< UB. CAN I SAVE 5>>' 300 CAN 21< GIANT PKCl aewl to faU beck en paternall
i Iv. aurialliitlc, *r *ominualatlaoluiloo .
lAW tOil WH KXTTHMayonnaise *" Hut aUmioet the
freedom 'but funlali the ,",lIP
; tae* for the food. rUHblng and


lAY Astor 124 LIMIT Oil 2 PLEASE .or.: 5,9; 69; 9 ; .s 4S1 58; t 1IwItII."UACH'IItat law Tg aerer fifercemenl 8Tl0tT eeme.Fedeal *..



DIXK DAW-INfl pert eonUnUng to reap the>
: benefll. W gangMer Joaeph VaUchl >
Raisin Bread Loof YN 0LAoNt _-MH *tfi $3 Mist w alas Link I wNh S!. fond ..d.r LIoIo4t wfA n. laid ssd.I I &JItwt one wlttt. 1!. ta.d M dot a teeUmoay about th* .*.
lIon wld
crime ayndlret be
salted COM Nabs'
Attorney General I r Ken
Mdy reported to rretldentJohnaMi


ljotlrg t S11tife etleY'I hte and Ct tamp/or et1etlfdWte at.;. tbe of against America.teala...artanlMd...etrtler..Noelr pttblle.I....toneerted.bl'this furor the ertme.clear year ntMlty''Wipedauke to oust thai the


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lUMgll W..OrM:Jot chaUw
man ef the Florida Council ef
315 West Jefferson Street .80. na* called for a slotsgntrt.ue..a (*
-- Induatrlal deveWopmeM
I* kelp flerMJ. *ualaprogrei
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St. Johns AME Last Rites Held Services Held C-P High County AgentsTo Ruth Bradwell Lewis JacksonAt State PTA MeetsIn


Notes 99th Year : For Mr. Muse For Henry Rolax School NewsBy Appear on TV Gets Hon9rs Fort RileyFORT GainesvilleThe

Pre-Centemnlel Observed aSt Mr. Clarence Muse, well! life'. chapter end for Mr. Elaulas! William. asd Wednesday, March at I p.m. Ruth A. Bradwell baa been RILEY, KAN. (All?. 37th annual convention
John .M.E. Church. The known citiwn of Midway, pass- H ni7 Rolax well known cWJten Linda Dials agslKUnt agent In the Big named 1964 Betty Crock Nc) Army Pvt Lewi Jackson of the Florida Congress of PTA
celebration of the 99th year wan I ad at the Gadsden County Hospital farmer of Sawdust community W* would like to congratu, Bend area will appear on Homemaker of Tomorrow for son of Bobbie Jackson HavanaFla. will convene at Lincoln High
observed! at St. Johns A.M.E. 1:25 am. February 15 on February 17. The decease late the following Uon who WCTV Thomaivlllc, long with Carter Parramore high school, ., was assigned Feb. S to the School, Gainesville, February
Church with the dignity end' Funeral service wall conducted a native of Cadsden Count: have maintained an average of their District Agent, special Quincy Fla. She achieved the let Infantry Divi loa at Fort 2627.
reverence- such an occemion deserve from St. Lube Primitive! Bp- lived a quirt, respectful lif. UO or above for the fourln tixwe program highest score here In a written Riley: Kan. The them II "Unifying Effort .
*. tint Church, Sunday, a pm. The and poiMwmed a pleasing per J'k. According to Information received homemaking examination taken for Better Achievement
The morning worship high deceased wa a native of Gad.. sonality. lie WM a member (If Grade\ Twelve: AUman Neal, from C. W. Mclver Associate by senior! girls throughout JaeklOn.rned to Company Dr. Richard V. Moore, president
den County was born reared, Union Chapel A. M. E Church 97) Walter Agent, Tbomasville, Ga, B, 2nd Battalion of the
lights the program with differ. ) Campbell 96: Mary the country on Dec 3, and now division's of Bethun -Cookman College
ant personaUtiea from all the and attended the pupllc school where he gave iervk while he Bradley, 98; Ellen (Forehand. and announcer for the Rural become eligible for one of 102 the 18th Infantry, entered will be the tpeaker at 10 am.
The officer of the community. H. wa well! WM able lIe aim wa a memo 84)) Irene Gunn 94} Hollice Report program the following scholarship totaling 110000. Army in November 1963and Thursday
county. pastor known in the ber of the Good and assistant agent will b Interviewed completed blllic training at
IHdway-Havan Shepard *
HaniiHon 94 .
Mr Thelma
member, and fnendi wiah to Maggie Knight, Her paper ha been entered Fort K Robinson, I
f'' thank. the following for area 'where h* labored and attended i a local pall bearer organization. 94; Erma Lincoln 114; Leonard : V. L. Elkini, district with those of other' school winner Gordon Ga. PTA member of both Steven
their help in making persona our day many activities The d*. Blaltely, DJj; Rutha Bradwell spent, special program. lIe will in the stole. \In competition The 18-year-old soldier I I. a Elementary and Carter-Parra
a great auCC!_: Willi. L. Will.: ceased possessed a friendly per. Funeral servIces! was held 93;. Marlon Brown 92; Frank talk ,on general extension program for the title, Stat. Homemaker 1963 graduate of Northisde more High will represent both
Urn,(speaker) I Wactell Fran. aonality which won for him from Union Chapel, Sunday. hn Moore, 92; Joyce Murrell, Robert Bryant, assistant of Tomorrow The win. High School school at the annual meeting
els. Thomas William\ Wilbert many friends. 2:30: p.m. with lt... S. Mealy, 911 Mary Wright, 91) Jeanette agent, Jefferson County, ner of this honor will receive
ealdwelJ. The tu"iore are Edd and Minister In charge. Butler 90; Eugene Barnes 90 community organization, Bus- from Gen. Macedonia
t Johnny House, Clarence tell H Stephens, assistant a $1,600 scholarship MB Rev. H. Smith
Bryant, Julius Flutter Sam Muse, both of Midway: The eulogy wu conducted b;, Rena Brown 90; Addie Gainous Gadsden County Progress agent., eral Wills Inc., sponsor 0 f the
Madame A. K. Stevens, Kline! brother, Mn Agnes Poll, and the Rev. S. Nealy, 90; Richard Harden, 90; Gwen. on Fat Cattle Show, which report annual program. The seco-nd Church News Passes
S. Moore and Roberta Stephens. Mrs Annie Bradwell both of The survivors are: Mr*. Lucy dolyn Jackson, 90 and Cerai- will b* held March 17-18, and ranking! girl in the state will Away
A menu of Bar-B-Q ribs, Philadelphia, sister Clarence Relax wife, Clarence Robert, dine Wilson 90. R. A. Hartsfield Assistant receive a $500 education The funeral service of Rev.
chicken, bread, varieties of cake Jr., WiLlie, and Kaualrta Muse, James, and William Rolax, eons.Mrs. Grade Eleven: Alonza Hamilton Agent, Leon County, Vegetable grant. The "school of the stat Rev W, M. Maxwell pastor of Horace Smith are tentatively
offe* and cabbage slaw was son. Mrs. Margaret Drew Mr Lucille Williams Mra 95; Willie Johnson 95; Curl Market winner will be awarded a com Mt Hoses Missiontry Baptist set for Friday at :2 p.m. at
carved in the church dining Delorie Handnberry, daughters. Cathrine Issac Mi>* Never Rc- Lances Stephens, 95; Leonard It 1* the general thinking plate *et of the Encyclopaedia Church Quincy and the First Friendship AME Church, Chat
room culminated the morning Interment wa mad In the St. lax, Mra Emma Lee Hurry. farmer, 94; Daisy Moye 94; of the agents that much needed I Britannic by Encyclopaedia Missionary' Baptist Church Havana Uhoocbee.
worship John cemetery. Simma- Jackson daughters.Mra L. C. Sherman 94; Carolyn Information on these chases on I Britannica, Inc.Hospital. will be guest speaker for Rev. Smith li well known In
Th celebration climaxed in Futeral Horn in charge. Trudie Campbell. Mra. Green, 93; Uoscoe McNealy I 93; program projection will b* of special program Sunday, S p.m. Quincy, and a* a minister in
the evewnff service with a short Lucille Rofeinnon Mm. Nellie Sandra Unit, 92; Edward Grant Interest to 4-11 member, farmer The club Is giving the program the Marlannt District
program given by the Primitive Baptist lumblln, Mra Clara Madry and ZP tl2 Wiggins, 92; Viola and horn maker. Report In behalf of the Women's Day
Program which will be held the
unit: Mr Ada Jordan sister. Mr. ; Johnny Watson, .
church, preceded by the Adml..!o February ISihroufh fourth Birthday Party
Johnnie Poster brother. Inter 92; Preston Harden 91; Mar- DaUl UJuiiv Sunday In March An
iirlal reportsTh Set New February 24.
Convention Bethel On
celia Johnson' 911 Larry Webb invitation 1* extended to em.pu.blie Saturday afternoon Fen.
total collection from all ment was held In the Sawdust *.
to attend. 6pm. Mrs. Juamta Thomas
$1.1811.00.Arnette DAYTONA BEAS1I, FLA. cemetery. Simms-Jackson Funeral 91; Elouiw Williams, 91; Linda entertained
aptttn wu Some 5,000 delegate will gather Home In chrage. Dixie, 90; Francina Moore, 90; Church News COLORED I' The E. I. Barber Club Is an with her daughter" Betsy.
Rudolph Jackson, Quincy; of a "Birthday Party Betsy
Dorothy Shaw 90. auxiliary Macedonia MIMlonary
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her for the 63rd annual .
tirade Michael Dunael Dun ford, Quincy waint IS: year. old until
Chapel Ten Helen Church.Auxiliary .
94 Baptist
Gallon
Florida-Georgia\ Primitive btate ; Sunday School at 9:45
open :
Reed Services : ; Mary Catherine Yant, Sunday Feb. 23. Her party
scheduled larry Underwood 941; Gerald .. with
Baptist Convention '' the Supt Brother
Franklin was an enjoyable one.
QuIncy; Billy Thigpin, wenty-
Church News for March 18-20 1964 iobinson, 93; David Saulter, Henry Palmer Jr. in charge. Mr. Quincy Ida Bell Smith Qum MeetsThe seven guest helped Betsy to
President M. G. Miles said the Held Sunday 93; Harry Cloud, 92; Anna Palmer U asking all member, cy; Marti Pearl Foster, Qjuin Young Women AuxilIary make her party a success.
Member of Arnette Chapel five day Mrwon will meet at Stevens, 92; Lizzie Washington etudento' and teachers to be on cy; Mary Jo Nelson, Quincy; of Arnett Chapel AME Her birthday cake was decorated .
New Mon Primitive Baptist 1121; Ixlgar:: Grant, 92, time. Church pent a most enjoyable
:AME. Church are reminded Mr. Minnie' Reed well Arthur Eugene Thomas Quincy with whit Icing 19 pink
Uwrlght Home
91 Bobbie Jack.
of Lev Feast; service which Church with Rev. E. Wlutskera known citiien of passed ; There will be a youth pro ; James L Palmer, Quincy; evening it the home of Mn and yellow candles, and with
Ida
will be hM Friday evening 7 host pastor. Rev Mile U at the Gadisden = Hospital 101I,91; Lawson, 91; Willie rrr.rnMild *t New Bethel. Rev. George W. Brown, Quuncy.Meila. '. Gladys Jones. Marvelous plan the word. "Happy Birthday"She
pastor of the Philadelphia Primitive junpkine, 90s Sammle Lee, 90; were made for the welfare of was wearing and
pm.SuperftrtendenilJ. February 21, following' Rev Neal will be the speaker Lockett, Havana; Mildred an orange
Bessy Alexander Baptist Church and act an extended' (lines<< *. Patricia Uurchina' 90; Gwen for the 11 am. session.' The Williams Havana Sarah Ana our church. All member are yellow formal dresa. Punch
lag dean of etddentl at Florida dolyn Quarterman 901 Annie, Junior isktd to attend our meeting cookies, pimento and tuna fish
and Joseph Long Sr. to Funeral services was conducted Hall church of St. James A. Washington, Havana; James
ohMrve the 880am. opening A "M University ia TsllaMusee from Pleasant 111U Primitive 90. 90; Margaret McPhaul, M.E. Church will be In chargeat Edward Wright, Havana; Nice, New member are encouraged to sandwiches were served to the
of SUM,' school we urged ..Uleechar. Baptist Church, 1pm. I 8 p b. This will take place the Griffin, Chattahoocnee; Sarah Join In with us, and help make. gueiU. There Wit Iota of the
and pupils to come In calling the meeting of the Sunda). Grade Nine Beatrice Wood first Sunday; (o March, The Junior I George, Chattahoochee. our board success Refreshment ,hit record played with the latest .
prepared to make a worthy convention, Rev. Wile said; "In A native of Georgia she 97; Willie: Walker I 94{ Author i Choir will rehearsal at 6:30pm. BIRTHS were enjoyed by all dances did by the guests
contribution to the discussion order that the Florida Stat. Frederick, 94; Edna Smith i 94; I The party was very much
on Wednesday i
night and Mildred William
Primitive Sunday School moved here several year ego Robert Charles and Food, rest, mental peace and fun. Betsy would like to thank
Baptist Hughes 94
Mary What
Moth endLanerus ;
The subject) Mary. the Senior Choir will rehearse .
Girl Feb. 21.
and ws* employed by a local 1 exercise arc the four golden the
MId Training Union Congressmay lay, 93; Annie Pendleton 02'Vickle : guest for the lovely gift
and ,
Luke 10-88-42
at 7.30 .
John 11: 20-27.: get organized a* sot forth eetablluhment. Shortly after Donaldson 92; Emanuellanulton p. m. Francis Green Boy Feb. 21. key to old age Better try to I and for helping her to make hr

The morning worship service by the convention, all aup.siint.endanta moving to Florida, abe joined 92; Gloria Bowman I take advantage of this advice. 'party enjoyable_ one.
of Sunday school md and gave Christian service, untlreingly Choir Observes Lions To MeetMonticello
0 will commence at 11 am. The I at St. Stephens Primitive 92; Esther Thomas 92; Audrey
Rev. A. H. Hunter will bring president of training! union Brawn, 91; Rosemary Andrews
both morning end evening are hereby called to meet to The' deceased Baptist was Church a member, Gretna of 91{ Geraldine Smith, 91; Bessie AnniversaryThe FiveThe lawn Mower Safety-No. I''
will be assisted get crganited at the state con Geymon
mesMiree. He several auxilirie of the church. 911; Mary Wright, 1101;
by Ministers Campbell, Me- ventJon in Daytona' on Friday A short preceded Virginia Barnes, 90; Annie senior choir of Elizabeth Carter-Pavrramoie Lion lost because of corlessnet mere
Jackson. afternoon March 20, at t:00p.m. program Jackson 90 Marine Thomas year, or error were 70,000
and ,
Millon board at the church. This organizational the eulogy which wa deliveredby ; Missionary Baptist Church II will face the strong Howard power lawn inowsr Occidents. Moot of these accidents could hove
usher 90 Ruben
and 90
Choir Chapman
; ,
one the meeting I* being called Rev Sam Mann, paHtor. observing their ennlversery Acexlamy Bubble Bee in the been owxded hod solely. pteeouuom been heeded Protect yourself .
j one will The carve Holy] Communion throughout will b y Stat Superintendants, Thomas .' The survivor are: K. C. Reed, Grade Eight: Mary Brew. The initial observance commenced 'inal, basketball game Friday end oHSert by following these safety sfepsi
day. Samuels the order! of lusband, Mr*. Henrett Jaun- ngton, 93; Juanita Sherman Wednesday evening evening In the Lion. den
by
be given following both mesa 93 Woods Keep chiUres end pets sway a good, safe dbtanc.
Lucy 93
President Miles. The cabinet' ey, MIM Nancy: Jauncey, Mine ; ; Freddie with the Rev. C. H. Stewart, The Dobbs Bee are seekingto ( I
People 91)) Susie Llary 90. tastor of Flipper Chapel AL They could be IBjoued -even killed-by sftda, stones,
efehir. and Mr L. R. Evans will be present to organic the ohnnie M. Kimball Mu WillieM. end the season with a fair record
.
Grade Seven Carl 94 E. Church Wasoedehcla0osasdbgtheeower.
and friends Kimball listers. Wright : Smart ; in charge of before tourney time. The
entertain members congress.ror
'I will of Stewardess Board S, thi* yr 1064 all un-I' alts' brother. Mrs. Betty Jo'ur. Annette Walker 941; Linda service Rev. Stewart ia the Bumble Beee began the sesson
at home, Sunday at 4 p.m. day school and training unions getaon Mis Annie M. Brown, Smart 92; Rhonda Hunter, 91; former pastor of New sod Old with a alum start, but they have
president Joshph Long Jr., will report to the Women's Miss[ Joe Ann Reed Miss Doria Marvin Farmer 90; Kosalyn Bethel circuit, Quincy. Improved greatly and is considered .
\ that ACE. lirue Congress as usual. Heed, Mis Mary Ann and Love. Forehand, 90; Harriet Williitam- Thusrday evening March 5, among the strong teams i .
announce will begin at B p.m. Mr*. Willie Au Sunday School) and lia Reed', daughter' Joe and son, 90; Betty Hall, 90; Oliver 7 p.m. *t Mt. Plewient Miiwionry in class "A" circuit.QarterParramore :
\ M. Long, directress. All member training union are urged tohave I Eugene Reed, con*. hale Jr., 90; and Yvonne Mithell. .- Baptist Church, and pastor, journey to
are urged to attend. their uperintendaivUt and' Interment was conducted tn : 90. Rev. T. T. Jackson will be in Lake City recently where they
Evening worship will commence preeldmt.a pr.ent.Bridges the Pleasant Hill cemetery The Guidance! Department b charge of .service defeated the Richardson High

at 6:80 p.m. Sunday Simme-J ackllcM1 Funeral Home busy planning for Vocational Friday evening, Rev T. Wolves The Lions lead in every e Nwo'flllop..the engine bsfomowtr .. peuhing g" t
pace
\ School board meets Monday Rites \\n charge. mphasia: Week which will be Game,, and congregation of period!! 25-11 and 43-25 at the ocroit gravel drives, walks oc roads.
8 30 Official board mseta observed March 2-8. The pur- New Zion Primitive Baptist half 66-41 with the Lions roll. }
p.m. Pebblts be thrown ond sink .
Tuesday, 7 p.m. There willl b* Mount Moriah pose of Vocational Emphasis Church, Tallahassee will have Ing to a 91-64 score. RsfieM any up comeone ,
muiilcal program rendered Held Sunday Week is to acquaint students charge of service. Chas, with 23, Alfred Johnson
Wednesday, March 4. Senior with some of the recent trends A great musical feast will beheld 21! James Anderson 18, and
choir rehearsal, Thursday 7 pin GrsveeW rite for little Und Church Notes In the World of Hoik. The Saturday evening 7 p.m. lead In scoring! -h,, t tI
Gail Bridges wa* conducted in theme is "Changing Ooou pat.- with top choirs from Monti. The F.A.M.U Baby Rattlers
the Oak Grove cemetery 11 a Tuesday evening at 5::00 p.m. ions for a Changing Socitey.: cello, Tsllahamee, and Quincywill scraped and lead the C..P. Lions 1 I
m. Sunday, February 25. She all Rosebud choir members are We would like to congratu- appear on program. An Invrtaticm hi all quarters. cz:;' # '
1 Tanner Chapel died at home, 6 a. m Saturday asked to meet ifl-the duning hall ate Krma Lincoln of 12.1. Miss Is extended to the public The Class "AA" tourney will ---_---:::::
February S4, following tot' their regular business meet lincoln was awarded a general to atend heee services.. Sun. be held in Pensacola March 8. ,-____ ::: e Always pesK- never pult. k Isdongenvi
Church Notes a brief UJ.n_ log. The president and director scholarship.We day, 3 p.m. the anniversary will to cai grots by pelting
The Immediate survivor are: Is asking each member to a re proud to annuonce terniMiste following the service Antioch Church 0 trie newer towards yoe. K can
Sunday School will begin at Mr hula C. Griffin mother, ring lola dues. Sister Debra R. the: following spelling bee fine- which will be held by Mt. Tabor ', com too clot for safety
I :45 a.m.wlthSupt. at Ms pout. Larry. William and Culver William I. president. At 5:30 limit who will complete in the Missionary Baptist Church -
All officers and teacher* are brother Debsr Ann and Yolanda p.m. the youth of the church County-Wide Spelling Bee. The kfarianna, :Rev. P. )I. Pope will Lists CalendarThe -

arced to report on time muter Mr. CaMe Griff-: M! have their regular prayer ,Carter-Parramore ()March 20. bring the meswiire.. Sunshine auxiliary will
Sunday February 23, morning m grandmother< hour. The pastor wishes to I Grade Seven I Beverly Graham held with the pastor in charge be entertained by Mr* Mary
worship begin at 11 am with Interment wa* made In the omnwnd the young peopl. for and Alferds Sailor. Grade Light An urgent is mad to chatrmans Etta Dargen. Thursday 5 01
Rev Broxton bring the weesThe Oak Grove cemetery. Slmme-,' their large attendance on last Freddie People and Michael of board to attend, along with In. All member are urged to p.
'fe.I Jackson Funeral Home III' week. Sister Berkley Is in 'rsncis, Grade Nine: Peggy member. Superintendent, Troy: attend.
afternoon worship will charge, charge. At 7.30: p m. the pastorand : Webb, Annie, Keaton Grade Pittman announce that Sunday The Senior Missionary Sociteywill ; ,
I I begin at 2:SO p.m. with the dermis will have charge of ,TonI Gerald Graham and Daisy School wall commence 9:45 a. meet Thursday 8:30 p.m.

Trulsph Dolmens Church. The Mrs. Menton our weekly prayer; hour. Remember lodirea, Grads Eleven Lenora m. All teacher and pupil are at the home of Mr*. Lillie e |. .utreoiety careful whsn -. ') 7i1saisgatktisgsoweeoealopee
pastor and members and vMt- the church pray to itephen and Raymond Jack. asked to report on time. 'luellen. Members are urged to
Ing Elder Rev. V. Hamilton and II'Ither..taye together. So, 't .ion, Grade Twelve! Leonard The morning worship ,,,,
t won service attend The board of Deacon ...H con turn ever end be damf' '
Buried JJ
T Rev Brown of Tallahassee along SundayFuneral you com out and pray with us. Blakely aol EM BradwelL begin *t 11 .m. with the will hold their monthly m..et Qdor /oU toward O
with pastor Colman of the.i services for Mrs. Thursday all Sunday Schoolteachers Tuesday night, February 25, senior choir and usher board ng, Thursday, 7.30 P.m. yos. ( ( KSCOTT'S
Trulph Holinen Church. Rev Fannie F. Menton wa held In and member are urged the Carter-Parramore Glee Club serving. Holy Communion will Friday 7:JO p.m. Monthly
Brown of T.IIwill" be: Jefferson County, Sunday, 2 p. to attend' the Bible Studyat presented the North Side High ft* given at the close of the Conference will be held. Member SCRAP BOOK By R. 1 SCOTT
1 the guest sneaker. W* a. m. She died at the Oadwlen\ the church *t 7:00 p.m. Alt Glee Club in recital. Mrs. E. S. isrmon. are asked to attend.
ing the nubile to come ThU..1 County Hospital Tuesday. Feb. I v..co.n. are asked to meet at Isrgaret is the directress. The Home Missionary Socle.I Supt. PartheU Gainey urgedall
ship with us at anytime. ruary It, following an extend ,the church at 8:00: p.m. PleaM The Journalism Clans and ty will meet 3 p.m. at thechurch teaehera and pupils to observe
I day night choir ed tlln_ A native of Jefferson ba on time sponsor, Miss Betty Ponder will with President 0. M. the opening of Sunday
71flpm. I II County she moved here I Friday evening at 7 P.m. all motor to florid A & M University :McDonald in charge. School 9:45 a.m.
several years ago where she member are sated. to be present to attend the 14th I Rev, N. Bowers will bring the
was employed. Shortly after for our monthly confer Annual IntencholtuiHc PressWork Luther morning message at 11 am. The 7$
GLADIOLA moving here she jeered, Mt.. ence. Saturday: parent are Shop. RayServices 'senior chotr and usher board D )
Olive A. M. E. Church. asked to have their children at The Junior Clans of Csrter- one will serve throughout the ,
I Those surviving are I Clifford he church' at 4 p.m. for Rom- 'arraomr will sjwnnor a three Held da). Holy Communion will be
BULBS Watkins, James Menton, and iiid choir practice. Sinter Addle: act comedy entitled :verv': given following the menage l 4nCUUMO'tI
Washington: Menton, eons Mrs. B. Cruncher I II directress. The body's Getting Married" on Mr lather Ray died at his President fcha Phoebe Youman: and Mrs Joneihme senior choir will have it a'.- March' 9, at 7:30: p.m. home, February 18, 725: amHe .!' that B.Y.P.U. will begin I I
PEARCE'S Ilegana, dauffhers. Mra.IAOttJ. gular practice at 7 pm. all resided in the St. John community i 5 p.m. Prayer meeting will I i&zn.Dpio,414.I .
Rhone, Mra. Ulea Teat, member ar asked to. be present NorthsideSchool where h* wa born and begin Tuesday' 7pm.Friendship I .1'
Mr*. Mandry DllworUi. pster and on tarn*. reared. Several year ago h*
NURSERY John and Coat Wool, brother*. The Junior Matron are ...11- NewsN. movetl with his family to south St. -
lag dinner on Saturday bew Florida where he lived until recently I

The best laid plan In the t en 11:00 nu and 1:00 p. returning to Quine ,. .
Quincy Flo. world will not produce dollar m. Help your church by supporting A. The deccwaed attended the Johns WinnersFriendship '

I unless they are backed by enrgy this effort!; The Nnrthslde High School public schools of Gad cftoe and St. John
boy
'! and.. hard work_ Sunday School will begin at chapter of the New ilomemak- County, and wa well known in girl ba ketball team. are couny iwt
t:30 a m. with Sup-!; Lefell era of America are presen'lng this area. basketball champion for the
Mary in charge. I the "Northsld Faculty Talent Funeral services was conducted ending 1B63-64 Friendship .
I Holy Communion will be observed Showe..." on March 6, 1984 in St. John A. M. E. season represents the western division icisj AIpoiefetf
I I at the morning servicewith at 8 p.m. In the school cafetorum Church, Monday February 24. while the St. John Red I iiFUittI (suw,4 cowwnaaumij tStWMIf
the pastor Rev. Jam* T. 4 p.m. with Elder E. U Shepherd 1 Devllettes are member of the R'f.lltl PSniS'VhtMteP. I4acttaiAIV
I Vutcher, presiding At this Ticket may be purchased !, minister of the Church of: eastern division St. John girls aLw. ?
time the putter will give hu from any faculty or N. II. A. God IB Christ, Midway: in.I teams retain their crown. while
seriea of sermon for the month member charre. A short program preceded Friendship gained the flag from ft
,s
ot1darrh. Junior Players Guild the eulogy: I,Springfield another strong contender ; ,. i4cw
To all of our services vJwton The Junior players present- The survivors arei Mra. Har: In the western division
j and friends' are welcome. ed an Interesting and enllghtenng riett Ray wife Mack Ray sr.. The county crown was decided -
chapel program last Wed- fsUier M.. ApU Dixkm mother In tourney play last Fridayevening

H Saint James enjoyed etday: morning by ill who The attended.play was Bernard, Millie Jack Mack Turner Jr.. RueseU.Nathan. divisional after western tourney and chums.tlon eastern THE OLD HOME TOWN I .. By STANLEY-

The Gladiator Staff
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and Tommy Ray. brotnera MM contest was played recentSpringfield
The Gladiator Staff sect Its
Church
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Beatrice and Ethyl M. Ray, sister 11.
final[ to the during
copy printer
I' I the past week. The North. *. 1 Winchester dumped
SimmsJackson la charge.Interment Midway for the consolation -
S."ine.\. Jan_ X ME. aide family wishes to commend ;
$150.00 made In the honor while the Springfieldboys
JACKPOTJITNEY Church commencea Thursday the staff directed by Mn C. wa .
tvennig e with St. John cemetery. eliminated; Steven
p.m. prayer S. Jsmes, for tireless efforts II
meeting following by a special In getting tile second Gladiator The championship game St. --////ifliil\t' ; .-
r AT service with R... 0. M. Bridges finished MI record time. St. Stevens PB ,John eked by Salem lassie In ,
,in charge. The public hinted latr*-murals an overtime tut, :S -28. The
I to attend. Friday evening 7 p. The Intra-mural tournament Friendship team under the
m. Love Feast service' will be 11 In full swing .. everyone Church NotesSunday ,guidance of veteran coach. Robert
JUNGLEPLUS
I held. Members for his Love won by a S7-14 margin.
are urged to attend. seems to enjoy pulling
favorite team.Woodmen. achool every Sunday .
I Sunday service commence with morning 10-00: a.m. with i ChattahoocheeNews
I Sunday School, with Powell E. Sendees Deacon Bradley In enart*. A
Woodberry ia charge, at ':41. ,' program i* planned for
5 BONUS WINNERS The morning service with Rev.A. Installation service of the Friday night sponsored by cuter
R. McGlockton to charge American Woodmen will be heldat Elisabeth Jon,.. I Mia Betty William the great
will commence at 11 &.m. The Saint James AME: Church. The Faithful five ef Chatthoochee gospel singer of Quincy. will.
f REGISTER AT senior choir and usher board the second Sunday la March will render service for be presented la I recital at
I ooe semng throughout the day. The service will begin at J p m. Sister Beaai William Thursday Bethel Baptist Church Sunday .
J JITNEY JUNGLE I Evening warship will begin at with the Bcv. A. B. McGlocktoo eight at T.-OO p-m. for the afternoon Mar. 1 at S p m. 1 v..s
S m. bringing the metsage. Baby Contest which IIIe be I Come one, com all and enjoy :: ..
t I Pulpit; AU Board will be ealertitned A short program will precede held Sullda,.. The babies are tile gospel In _.. Benefit ,,,,
b BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHED at the hum of Mrs. the sermon. Mr*. Luree llous- Anthony Charles Safford Greetllowsrd. Women Day Rally A New-Cue STATUS CYMMOt IV Y'P'K
Roberta P. Stephens, Sunday ton I. chairman of the program Henry Lee Williams, CMLTOMC TO ATTKACT ABMatn
t BY 6:30 P.M. SATURDAYI 1:30 p.m. March 1. All members committee. Commander Wasted Jr. Mirhale Dwane Preshae. I A fiscal expert lwy' takes

,are awked to pl_ be preeenUI Francis urges all member toattend. i Everyone U asked t* tootrt- 5 pt.imlsttc view of future la- .----..---
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I I II he tn.I,, publl"' ntlnn 0rtttu'oI' ) lIIan.t .h..11 ho In .'ritiog. sod I Indh'ldu.1 loll wIll out bo an Ill Douili I. Baur Dr. *nd Mr H. L Gay ofGrnrton
,,i. 'lit "i iiplra ot each clalriinKiiil atut .h.1I nat* ih* plao of ..oldanc.nnl cpl4. DC remit!
CLASSIFIED WELL DRILLING ,,, iilull be I In, wrltlnc I and pom ofl lc. add.... of 'hootainanl. Bach bid mun b* 'r.mlla"l.d, Krli. :?. Mlir I, li. It 41" Vermont were '
, ADS u >>uil: : Mat* the place of iTdaoml and chill b. .worn to bl' ..,lItI.* aback .11I1..'. gueati of her brotb.r.ln-l.w tout
|io"l ofIt c.idr.'oso( IhlUlnmnl h) ih. tlalmanl hi. af>nt. oraitornry chock: "r c..h for Ih. mnount 01 I later Mr. ind Mr. C >It.:
Featuring Complete and ahall be swan* toby and atoompanlod by a the bid. Morgan Wesley ClassIn l Chamber Mr. and Mrf ('
Line ol Darning Pump Ann the claimant, his ....1, oattorney fllln- (55 of on* dollar aid .a.b 'l'h. Board will rwwrv* th. .
Home or Irrigation. and MoompMlod ky a claim or dmnd not ** filed .ltII' to teJect all bl'" Thursday Meeting Lay of Jacksonville aho v "-ited
ot dollar and auuhUalm the Chambers
tIlIng to* on* shall b void I04RD lF anu-a. INOTRUC.'lION.
or demand act a* filed H Aln.y Lut.nA Th* Morgan Wesley Sunday Mr and Mr*. R. K Shan "'it
TERRYROSAHARDWARE l b* v.44.Harold .cutr ot th* Let Wand "LORIO"ay School Claw of Centenary M thodlat -T.II.hulif"1.lIed thnituoti ai
l'h B. Itreounan Ttamnt of Julia 8hlrr : K. Vt.RtMlSitt'ilAlltMAJ Church met In FeltowattlpHall
FOR SALE CO. A. dmlttitor of tha BitI Lut.n. doaad Thursday for a covered law and daughter Mr. and (1
I of Bdlth WhltMeld iu..l- Pint publication Fob. II, 1M4.Orory ATTEST Norm.nr MIII.n dunng i.a;
1421 South Monroe St. man. -**d and Towl. M. D UJvKK, dish luntheon There '",r* S8prearnt weekend
1963 T. FOal publliatlun February '0. Qulncr. FlarIdsAitnna IKCRKTMIYand It Including th. clax
FOR RENT: ont tar** bedroom GALAXIE Ubw*. Florid. I Bradli 11i
IU3 K.b I*. I?. Mar I. II nNo'itJ L. 0. McMillan v "
for BiocutorFob
homo for IU no. oo* two bedroom IJMIOT tOt teacher Dr. II V. Porter, and ..
horn lor 11000 Pit month FORDS 11 I*. IT. Mar I ItNOTICS FOR HINT lAaso.loir. turn- C. L. Newell, *aal.lant tcher roe and John C. lllnwmvrni >
floora, til shad apiarltlomil, prhvala front Atlanta to attend Sits youeastern ; .
with I pollhd oak *
Not,. ta hereby ...." that abs back ntranc, el.otrlo kit- Special guests were the Rev ,
tub and klichin and all modern ()'!lnder. Esrrpllonall i ommlaaiu 01 th City ofgulncy TO CHKDITOM .. Are Bank Cunforwhich >
eonvonloncta. T. *. VlatnharGrfjnaboro riiy I ekeai and heal lira ft PJoyar. and Mn K. NouN 1'hllpot W.
riall.l Pbon. HI IFTTH Good Condition. Peon Cray.I14S5. I Florida :lIo.hold kut* Florida ItatulM on-...*. if W. Johnson, Orneril Sunday wt. iponsorod by Ifl'ttiol :
In tk CMirt
of
th
lie hearlnc at I: County .
or HI l-llTt. _ Tfrm and Tride. WE MANUFACTUREOUR Judy*, Qkdedon County, IN THE ClnClJlT COURT SBC- School Superintendent and Her- Company of Gmnjla.Mr
on the llh day of March IM al
RENT 1tubed i room thin- u Write Boi "T". Car Cad. the lily Hall In Qulnry, Florida, In Pro bale. g.p; CIRCUIT F10RtbAIN err Anderson awlitant luperlntendent and Mr*. Fred May l>i\'*
>pt. lint and ('nlilaier den Count, Time OWNCUSTOM on I". proportion of whether or In re Kaial of .1.rl'1 ( COUNTY. returned from s trip to Bi .id-
fu, nl.h.d. ;JI K. W..ln..tonII. nut the ,0.ln. laulfkatlon. ot '". U CHKMKK CHAMOURYNOTICB OF iflT colon and Gainesville Tli y
Ihen No. 527-38l Call ih* following ilmrlbfd land In Mi
.n.L1j:= MODBRN HOMM FINANCHCOMPANY were accompanied home by -
6 pitt the of riuild To All Creditor i Duncan Home Is
Otter MADE City Uuhuy twit *- HavlnaClaim* oi Demand a torporatlon SceneOf Vincent Flack of Pelham Man

fut I'uRltlNT3Ltd::iI.hnd haul*. hhsLl.r"Hlbn tin l ,IIHDINARY* lo upaiKlon RKIRK8BNTATIVRilii tho : Thai part of IMI No. II of AI.t..1I laid IolalSt: .. Plaintiff Duplicate Bridge or N, Y., who wa* vlsitlnf nl

Cull, MAIn 7-.l ,. It Llf In. it.. now li Metropolitan .. op.n. VENETIAN BLINDS ttobert City tying Wmt of Toil notified and each and or > on ira her. UROVBR C. Tlil'RIBY. and hIs alive. In Gilnnvllle,
ky
-- -- ----- --- I i In the ,,, '. ., Hiaie Road No I4T Robert rquhd lo proaa Mr. and Mr. Horar Curry
nit loIul \ -.n. Inca Mtreet to t any claim and demandi wife MOON JA Thuraby, Mi'*. Brn Duntan entertained
-.llint o< or her duplicate
plat of aald Robert City on you )ou. max Tuenday morning
FOR RENTModern i toil'.1. or Knit nt ntii, .1,1 Hill ,prnalon Mv.r at pUna.1:4. BLINDS RETAPED retard In Iko offk. of lb.110th har aialnit th* titat of R LCheeeeri TOi C.HOBR HOON JV C.TUI'HIIBY Tlit liHHY and bridge club at her horn thla New Orleans and Point Clear,
deceased ala of natO
ivu "., .","' I' ", iOn tJ2li! Tat AWNINGS Uadodm of lbs County Circuit FlorIda Court ot County, to th. County Jud*. of I'oat Office Boa 4T4Itadolltf week Fruit and greenery were Ala.
hah 'I i i Th. davrlkd Oddn County, Florida, ex hit Kentvckir: at focal point Novelties were
unfurnished I I ItO :''t. _7. Mar I. !| 4tFOH for+ROln* l'ae- TCU' I11504.'ltit c Tltl'RflT
Bedroom -
t nl I it land iimiprlaln* lopair nfflt* In III* murt houae of laid awarded fur prlwi. Blueberry ALLIES AMI CIR\
Apartment. Located In I I SALe-- Good U..d- -I N STORM WINDOWS *)* of land oWrlbfd': a* County at Quinn. Florida. ,,'lIh.In and MOON JA THUHMHY aralinroby nuirtini hreae dip and cokesri'
it 715 W. Wabhlnt' I', tol !I"" ,"r '" !I,""' ftItowo 0-0 It. I, ala nlandar "ti""tIe fi>,m Hit noliri.it that. a Complaint. nerved with coffee. TIle United Statri I I. appealIng -
Duplex til of Ih. flint lo foreiloi* a murlae on th 'e
** imlilhallon of
'iulpmtnt Al" lotnnuo and !"n. ALUMINUM SCREENS n..I".t lb.. o.lhwnt. "orn. allied to
ton. Within milking dl* I I- J. id 1 I. itnin., Day .1 iI r ....11(0. An if IIht Itohcr1 thla notice Two nt'pirnof.ach 'illoolna. detirlbnl property toun VStnner were Mr. R. U to goemment
lance of .bop, school and ., J-4105, NIIIt, I S-lAb' l'It,. ron :.oolh :sa r1., 'laIm u. dolllJlnd .h.1I b. In 0 11: Strickland and Mit. Jamei join In tightening rconom.j
K "i '. 1 Knit 41(1 Stiiilh Ate ft wI-ills s.d mhstt alit. lb. plies (H ore.. more or lea, bein nm>" around 'ul'l foltowlrg
churches. 41 Johnson lImo. Mr. George W.
,
r' the North une-half ( that I
*
--- ut na-lara soil t offt-o sd- u
Glass : t"
I Quincy \\oct 44(1 tu tan Point ofan I'realilent Johnson >, ilcdilon 10
droaa of the ilalniHiit. and, ..hulli ,011.1" is" \21 on,... "tatS in Munro and Mil Kenneth Max-
'
Till (27-7161 during bu. : 1I..ln"ln.,,,IHriiln aworn lo by Ih* ilnlmani hi. I.... II desrhbed III Warranty well >ect>nil and Mr. W. 1) make Uuantaniino 'naxal bsnoIndependent

net hours or 627-629*. tiler l \\1 AND COVERALL CO. 134 ft. North of lb.lOutt.wrat ..*"t. or .tortI'I' and. ao>'ompanlod Iu.ls Peed lo Thnr.l.J.,.lin IL hiirab riuiii, )l1aYl.Tllo" and* Bell and .In. Henry Kaulk < nt Cuban water
( : Corner of Loll Noko by a rllln* f of on. A Whit llnutr ttatemetitwained
p.m. third.
dollar and murk claim ur dmandnot and lili oif. Jo. u .
"r Mid Hubert Clt -
I ) run aa tllad ahall .. voId Thomaa, saId drool daiod liiotmbr of the dn,:vri. of liti<
514 Wet Jtfron Km.I: Uo frrt lo dial lluad
MEt:!) CASH! r.'r fIrm dr'raIM !I;\oriheily. alone road to H. D. I%***.rJ. 14. I'll ami inrwrdad In I Mrs. George Munroe tIer provocallon by Cailro"
I r>**d Honk >.. lOT, FnblloReouida
.
.. K. CherA iw*" and dvrlaird hat iho
SlAt (STAll ''In" N h lm. owned Noith lln* of said lot No. ,' prospeclo"Ollolild
P,'A. liana lip to 7 ytara a.. MAIn 7-S648 IS, \\ral. lo Northmen. orn- blat aduiiilatralora of tb* 01 (ladaiUn ouniy, Florida Attends Farm Meeting be carefully weighedby .
,.
,, "tat* of It. U Cti....', On"said ) aald (Illeillat lielna' furher -
i I.ttetttu u ire or Muntkallo Produal I or i.f laid lot No. II HuuthIM ( and mure, I'arII.-i.nly d.. .11 nation
,nJsJINSUI61111 .n credit Au,,. Offlc In !: ft Hi Point ur Hcgllinln .. .. rlh." .. foil" .. 1411.IINNIN'I W Munroe
Farm Bur.au. !I I dli'. which. I In new ilaaiirird a* H-1 FirSt publication r. 17, 1141n to wit Mn. George attended The IIOltbiolIh moil> b'ldgeti
: .
___ ..... e. ij. In. If U on tIn official imiln. map of ... Johnoon of at till a Nuilixfii poliu, HO vanl.doulh t Slate Kaim llureau li that they operate only on
for Joint .urner
RADle. lbS City. of Qulmy hall. bat Inrt Attorn.y 111 B \\'.. A"'IIII.I'1 of the Kaal Onr-half or the misting In Galneivlll lint paper
hu. to ClTina
..1 loth. ot Qulnry, Florida Northeaet yuari'i of HrrtlonMn eek. hhe "a* areompanled to ---
day February F.b IT. Mar I. II. U 41Nolle II. "'"..".hlp Three III Galneivlll by Mi*. Jame J. RIDS AM \IKT\\M
U TV SERVICEtalro IM4my North. Ran*. Fur |4I. VV.it
CommlMlon of tin city la h.rrbr Inn that Uadidiin I'oiinlv. Florida' and run Love, who I visiting her ton The new turmoil In South
.. ooj All of Quln,' rioildaBy lbs Hoard of Public. Inalruotlonif thane Haul f..r a .liman.. nl II In late and daughter, Dr. and Vlrlnah'i UovPrnm..nt may give

.ok.. Old Model B W lllninii Oaxlodtn County, Florida will Yards, Ih.,". I mn nomh. liar sliaisons Mri Frank P. May end family the Communlit guiTrlllai an

FOR nrNT Kurnl'li'd down I, nlmd 11SHIRTS ACTO IIAUIOI WkyrONTHOVB XlayorCominlail.nirrATTBST: ',*olv:\\dnday* ...lid bida, lnrch until 4, 15:00 1114: Weal tar of a dl To.tmi Mtnt: .* of ihrm T* ,..01.run. and Mr*. Vincent rink who had opening for an offwulv that
alilra apartment" prlvnU I 1. f. Crass d- been mulling her aunt MluLauia
for the asia of ha folios-log ibenie run Noiih ror a dinance vault wipe out recently reported '
MAIm 14Y1iEUNDATS
utientrain. 1.lal' Clark ot City of .. .
lilt Quin.awl .
pi .rth." properly to 1110 bllbblddor ef Pa bled. In lIla "oint 01 lilt.illNNtWh Love
galna by the tailed blate
B at
r."d "' 01'[ urnlnhMl ** chIt of City Comml.iloi lli.i.of : :
I, .i o 1"1 n. 011 its?. It Krh :n. 27 ItNOTteE Paul No. 1 Adjnlna North baa ...*" filed 101".1 vim, and b. ki'd rol'RI'IIIII'I. \'',
mna. oil Tv SboulCii. nid i of J. It. chandi.r of Oovern-
iiroptrty new
hull 1:1: ;:NT Kunilahtd aoriC TO you irs renuhi-d lo .*,\o a "' '" ,",, Jnm.i K.lh w.., '.'1'._' INDIMUL'AI.ASP: 1)1m..III.1.nON ANDMOL1KMUVISI1 / N. Hi.wart Hi'r..l. VlulncyB.aln of your An.wei ui pleading meet upheaval In Salgim IU"

I; ,')l\Vi.i"jeffrion >>t.. or MAt\I l'ONTRAI'TORil North and at It a toot point Wat Till of toSs 51,5 th. Complaint, Illtbard on J'Ih*tlanlnfr I'luliitlfriAttorney nfilardn.r I p"JOlla ge.lrd a return tit th. confuted

!:.i4l.- :_ AU. full tItus rtoulhwut. torn.r of H.ollon I and 1.1..., Qulnry Vial condition on whlih the Red
end haled bid "'11b.* r.fhi-i1 *l and Ih.n* run Nmlb 'S.I fl, Hank Bulldlni. guln.r, Florid. Vlrt Cong thilved after the
..,. 'it 1TI r.rt, thni
tho H.ild.nt End tirrii IhMii run oat and file the urlalnal Anwr
or ouiler of the
,FOR,SALE Florida Mtal Road ln.paiim.nt. run Moutk. III foal thm run Hl.adliia- in the nffli ot th. rilillvei tier slId In Tiltihu- Ditto regime in
PANTSLAUNDERED I I' 8 i| Ba.t gulniy Florida, B..I lit focI to Ibm imlnt of Clark of Ih* ('Ir. ull Court on or le. during th* weekend November.MtKINM.
HOUSES at tl 'id A. M I HUT.I IMI Krl- brlnnln sold lot oonialnln ,
-
hefor lbs huh day uf )I." ", Mr. and Mr*. Tommy Wllllimi -- -
day, Mauli I Sib UH fur II,. coin a SI acr.a nora or I... and b.- 1114 It yiiu fall In do an, jud*. : NEAR C3'PRUS
In th. Hnulbra.t of of Albany (1*. Spent the weekend -
MAd. Into a 1 lnnuv.l 0' drinollll.in and Inc .yu.rl.r n.nnt by d.fauil will h. .11011 ,
ron SALH!. 11011' Ill. JO ,,,lot buldioe. mul OIIIM lh. Houth.aul Il uart., of K.itlonI ...1"1 you fin Ih. roust d*- with Mr. and Mil., J. aMr The United Stale ha* twice

t.,,.sp( npnto w,..r'o t: FLUFF DRYREPAIRS I ,I hnii-nla. iin t. H iii. Hana I I. "' ."n..lp. I North' It.nir' 4 "nutIr'l! |it. |h. rillllpllllllNoTIi *. 1... D. haIr". Mm ftiro- .. many martIni .. u'ual In thoMedlleiranean
l.ln.. Wa'ml Quinn' Uadd i uunly.Klnrlda : : .
iiuU.iui y
tlorla
I .
J. t Wllm Wl.Ii .I'tiu. M hall I. imlill.hOulncy thy Hair and Mr. and Mit It has been j'f.III11e" <
St ; li Ianly.. Job IOOIO-JI03. TI,. iiid.il .d """ ,, ou.ilw..bltlrran.,
POnd. MAID .1164 a 1 ., oprnrd 0",1 miiiouiiii-l .1 Ix't. No. I Ijoootod on N l.rlila ...k. 'n I h. 1I..d. Mr. and Mri Warner ".n. ( ,
I',a "'. and pi.. 01..1.01' far Nlrwnrt HtK.t Qulnry, ..djolll'JoI Counly Th".o, 5 .wop.p.r pub- ford Jr of Abbots, vlilledWlggln There *1'0 about 3,400 marInesand

and no 'itlvln* Ih.m. log lot :. I on North lid*ft lI.h.d In l4ul.r", U.d.dOll Coua.I' *. They al.o had aigueiti two amphlblout huh tof.itvallabl
lion
SALE No bid will li* ixtnald.r.d union Brain point .101 Ida
FOR ALTERATIONSMORROW It la ubinltl.d on lh. offli North and II fl W..t of tb* DIMS ANt OIlDtr.Rltn .t SIlos Torah Jean Hewitt fa rua* In Cyprus U a '
i h..1 pmpoul form nrovld d by Xoulh.ant 00'''.' of *cllon Iuitl : Flu Ida thla I* day of and Mli Kalhy Yeager of decUInn 1* made to aend In. A

155 Acre Farm : dial Road iwnartmrnt thrnr run North III.loot.I rob' roar,. IMI lluntavlllt, AI*. NATO peacekeeping. expedition
i h pi ipuul fort* and Infmra hrni. run W.t Itl f..ll Ih.nc. IlIAC) Fdwln RaurKdwln Carl Rjiooiier Jr, vlilled Mr. Suih s move baa been rum
Koulo III t..U lh.no run
il on roiardlnath* blddln .un .
g Mile from Quinn .. and umlraut form. pm.dur may ,r.at 1 Ill frt I* th* point of haKlnnliii I the (!:...liau'oil I\.fltk: t anti Mr. Chailei Leal'r l In Day. need but nut conflrmtd by

5 room CB dwelling. U percent DRIVE IN ,. thaIrnI from Ih. Kc.ldvnl Hald lot oonialnln Oil ......01'" ('..uoir, rlo.I" ions rerenlly I'realdent Jnhnwin
.. __ ._ !. _. ____ .
completed, deep well, LunCh" ar.-oufftra at Qulmy '"rI o. ... iiior* or I. and bmioi Inttoiithtaat ,_' --
CLEANERSCorner I I "i Manaa-rm.nl A Hl.ii.i.alUraiuh I ha Quart.r of Ib*
creek and several Iprlnp.Mule ....re* .. Prowler* Florida Stats Road luaiiiuint "- """Ih..., II.r'.r of **cllnn I,
blrn. crIb. and smoke I Chlpl.y Klortda. ""wII'hIP 2 "North, Itana* 4 Wait

home. John Deere tractor | 'l ut h. lirp.rtm.tit rrvr. the Qulncy, dadid** County, 1'10" STOP! LOOK LISTEN !
plow. and blmI I CAPITAL PEST CONTROL rlilil In t.J.tany.n d all bid.
dlhk harrow I N.l.warl .
iind lo wlv ,...hn'.1 ...ore .. I..t N 1 l-o.-aHd on
mer-mill. Burley tobacco allotment. rut C.sir.l Tread.. may b* 4.."' ." bMt for aba Ini mr.t. Qulnoy, adjoin-
16 acre corn land VACUUM CLEANERS 'oa'ool 15.1 ... i pint of tb* Plato nut ..1,is" l un ,."rth .U. and

ind some panture. Half mile New and Used Cleaners II..... .....1..'.... Uanai.m.iit good graded '
frontal on Florida Hum load DrparlmwilK.b B.ln at a point lilt foal l
Call Tallahaiu.. H..
road. Any make or model to. 27 II No, .IMI, II fin W..I of

Repaired COLLECT In ih. Couit' of lbs Countylud and muSh Ihi-ni ruotrornroflin* run North III rllon*tb.1 Opportunity Knocking at Your Doorl!
Lewis H. Gregory W rite llo* 324 or HOME lUTE 115-3433 .1 |... Oadadrn County Florida thnir mn Wool Hi teal Ih.
.
Phone 177-tall In I'robal. run Hoiith lIti fr-u'. ,
Realtor OFFICE 22M7JI tl V> 1,9! I'a.l: 171 f..t t* the point ., k.-
Cairo, G*. I In r.: K.tal. of itlnnlna M..I t ,. '
12 W. Wi.hlnton St. JULIA BIIKUKKU l.l'TFS ,.,'re. ".....,!: 01, I-., ..". ... in* la BIG
BELK-HUDSON'
I l).. **.* lbs Hoiithiai.1 14"'"'' ..f th*
Florida tfKOH To All Cr.dltor and I'.raon. Mnulbra.i guiHrr nl Kr, non I,
Qulncy. ".\,nlf lalma or Dmandi Townahln. 2 "' ..rth. Itana. I W..I,
Aaalnut Sill K.tair uulni >. llml.il.n. I'' unit. PIul, ,da.
TV SERVICE ONE STOP Von and Mih of you ira ....- our I,null, *iii, ,, I i'ii' I"" lhIhr .
hAhN- bedroom boo.; .....If* A Repair All Make. I U ""'Iliad and rrqulr.d to pr.- .. lots I* r.qur.t.d. Hid "
l.r*.. larnlly kilibon.i idinlnr sopersto II..'. f-eoo H nl nnv claim* 0,1 drmaiidi"III
roam 50111CC WIth lint. For 'All Your : tl you, or rllhor of >ou,
.t".IC" tot 0 3tG N. JMh HIS MACK'S RADIO ft i"I', bn>. namni.1 Ih* rutali. ,.r VITAMIN AND CLASSIFIED
'I\lA J ;.iti II .1 I i Jul, ,Shrlfri ".11,.": dr, ,.""I.
r
_
SERVICE
TV SERVICE Fishing Needs I oJ.t aald ('ounll', l., hit" "::1,111" HEALTH rOOO
1107 Sam Ie"._ Juil*. of (.".."." t '''''uu', ti>, Special Dirt and
BEDROOMS 1,1., at kla offli* In I ih. ,ii<,,Ih"u.
Lake Road
Twin S lid.... u.... i........ Talquln .* ol wld Cuuniy al Quin,. yriorlda llralth reoda
145 t:. ....11..' lar.. c.:..... 1------- W. D. Usual 8. Robert SL within Sit u...'_,i.tat Ml** Audrey Reave Owa..r
.... .... ...Id. I.d.r. ft.Tila ... month from Ih* Urn .>( III*
....... ......... LI,,'.. flr.t puhlk.tlon of tI" n"ti,. ..3 W. King SU. rk. I17-74JI CLEARANCE SALE !
It... Ioo.hIa.11.N ...,.. liii.lie. Plumbing Fixture. Electrical l'wn.tiplau_ .f ..... claim. d*
n... ,1\4" .It.... V.111 law
fl..... 'H ,. IoIS M4 Plathso $SuppUe Pip and fitting
,,.e. ........110. iP "eli.M W.ler HI""" Til. Board

......k,.U....J......1._. XI* ",.. ... CM and OU Heater lEGAliNllTlCESNOT1CH SPECIALS About twice a year we gather up all the odd merchandise

-- -, REG. $499 IMPERIAL 20 FT.REFRIGERATORFREEZER. cats dogs or what have you together, and run them for a

FOR SALE ROCCOPIPE TO IVMVIUl'Ar. ANDtlOt'SiSl.aytOJ'I fraction of their usual value I Our l loss is your galnl This BIG

1 Bedroom HOUM. Low EtJ.ITI""N'rRA'TOJtI' AM CLASSIFIED SALE starts promptly at 9:00: A.M. FRIDAY MORNING .

Down Payment Low & SUPPLY CO. .. t'AI.L bid ri will>K BILlHald b* received COMBINATION February 28 and will continue through Saturday February
Monthly Pa>n>en(*. Financing uf
at Ut* Hmldenl Knilnon
Already Arranred. Norman 44 YEARS OF SERVICE t''a' rlnrlda Ktt lined iMpartiniiit. 29. Just two days only to reap a tremendous harvest of

U K. iii *.*.!. (411 Itt."r,
Mag-
1011 So
McMillan. with trade down BELL HUDSONS
to
hurry
savings. Friday morning
To This Art Huii.la, al, JI.I A M. ( KS T i $399 -
soils Drive. ULADinft PHONE .n irndar. Me,t k Ilk, Hal, fur in Qulncy during their BIGHERE'S
222-IS37 .
".. Ml and n-mninl t or d mu
REG. IMPERIAL
$349 19 FT. UPRIGHT
1110 ft. Monroe Street III inn and removal of bull.In..
nd ether a... root. hm.nl. ta IIi
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA II. W.al "if uulniy, iad..l.ii! FREEZER $279
: I ?I' .untr. ink No. .1I0-r.III. Tin- JUST A SAMPLE OF THE
bid* will b. op.nod and aiiniumid -
at tb* Urn and plai* d.iiitid |-

) are you In send fit ,, for ,.r.I"lo. ih.,, RICHARD T. MORRISREFRIGERATION
10(1 I'rrent tl ai...e4 I ."bl" Will/ bmnnni Iderad u.
n"IFF miinar lioram 'II. anwrK > AMAZING VALUES YOU'LL FIND!
.,. ... I I. io II I. ..bmllt.4 .n Ih. ,11'-
i ie our nl,hl> 'a dianne .n BRICK I, .. ,
HOMES
v, in.in tiitIlJ'dio an Ao..i." K'irintHllvt > '" "1..1 foes p..dad byI
a. ,' Wrl'iM' K. Dnrellirl Any She. Completely Flnlafc. I Ito,. III ill ti'.oil I.part..nl llui IiI
,., ,. 1..1".ti.
Mud
) Avon ln' .t KnollS, r J' p..1 nIti "Your RCA Whirlpool Dealer"
rlln,
at UuK I14i Mas. 'lallihiuiiiANTKI ed. Prim Start it I' 0' ,tltlf: ,, : Ito bidding: pruoMlurrara.l UNBLEACHED MUSLIN 3,000 YARDS ol o.aorUd!50 PAIRS ONLYI' LadWdrs
nItut l.trio lao "l>-
)0'1.. I'' $7200 uuntd d>>ni Hi* M* MM mar a.ilait. ,, 9 South Jackson St. Phone 6274546fi'jncu 80 tquai quality bul In cotton print malefic! hot Mlllng lorm-

%* Typing I" h 4... for I-Bedroom .. ,.fnt,00 i (41.llt.y ur rn.m .
2 10 llln 79ca
born to ..
-" abort lnqth, *1 homo. Call HAIn 7-Il:7 It \lntttN.le'tt I inapoaal tIn.". lichluliiy or ArrucAiuiN torn TAX wtrotor Ur0 .fly up lo $6.99 a pair I
$46.39 per month 1'1"0 IOnIC Iliod 1.>....'"....,. I length Will lake yard on the
WANTeD' Pan.Urn* offii work Munda.The ttl Ii. rl yard Not IM) but liw
,
M* .... accept ,..r old too** terrific Try -
nf any hind prf.r afKrnoon. Iinpentmaai rme ih. NOTICE! i* iirnrnT: OIVKN. that (10051.22: It P11110mEV. xa yard! ml* print but a
Would !*... full tuna Job sPlat ill trad. u liki t* rJot any and all bid. Ih htdor 0' I". followln tanlifleal. h. filM maid ".1111".1. bargain at )Just J3c a yard! can lit you YOI&' .
.
April 1. M... U 1>. B.I... 117- Writ P. O. Bos 124 and to wain IMbnkwl rrr.ia f'u. 5 1.1 dial IS ha 1 lonerS lb.eaoa, Yb. ..nutflaI. auh.p aod I iak
Mil r.b. 11. I*. "lKKMALB or pbon may k* <....d bt lor tk* /Mr of: Kauanre, ih* tf x-ri iian of lbs properly, and lbS aaai'HELP WANTED To tiCfifw SHIRTS :: in lucid Jlllt $200a paid
HfcLK WANTKUtlutur Inl..1 at Ik* WaleMauaeiBtiii In wkiik it was .******. ar. a* follow, 82:! palii oi cato cuitalni

woman for rouiln Ire- 377-6833 Otol hand Valu. to R-jularly SI.93 each 42 PAIRS ONLY Mine
Mr*nekHiaiii elf. y..t J'a.e.rhpliss of Nam' U Wklektl oil our -
lag and ki""wr"r* 'iioi IT c.n1lm Cairo. Ca. of-Way Dl.l.loo l.uM Prvp.rty Asmsi.d Aortxi but winter1 almost over "
.r '* U 12.99 a pair. rVay Our Die.. Shoe
.* In ''.:b''d w Itlnciv I I florid *<*4* Road ptfnai H tl III I-.KI I and I, mk /, llam"..a Reema B.'o. do and w. don't want lo carry
(and
hut rxpirlnac and hourly rai.lMISCELLANEOUS K.b r*. nI Hi*. DM II*. P ITT. Meshes I* ilyle W. moon them ov.r lor another (and w* do mean "way

anon.:trd. it 1 1- I tk* Cwn of abs County aid IT T.wneklp I If..... oUOf1od l), Thty'i* youii !"
": J"..*. Oadad.u County Ha**. I "'.., ytorl! Please con 91 out Value. to S7.331

yivrlda All .f maid .....tt, *.!... I* the Cenalf *f 0..*..*, Hal lor )just.11.00 a pair, thin for Just 77c exicht Will take S4.00 a pabl
HOMESKlngsbrry U I'n.hlI .f Florida. -- -- ---

,. .:.t..1 fnleea .**.. MHMirat or certlfleat. Skill k* rtdeewedeavete ... OSENBERO W. ean'l ONLY 1$ TO sttIt ,- Men' 3i -
lM rEnlAT : SAIlS >-.... KOI1KRT H. DYER, I* ala **rty doeertWd hi mars ..rtmfliiu. a, '.'' III PAIrToNLYrt tWom.n'
.
n>''111. } bal< it'ra.n Kl rIU r>'**M4Tn I If Irate* .\\t.b* ..r.- lo Ik* kllkMI M44r al Ik* emrt koueadoor poll ll or pronounce wool .weat" mostly In
riinii A I w" h..s'. on All Creditor and .aeaeaHivie -* ohS tint M* dar I. MeMk at April Illl, wkWk U tk 40" wid. Good lor cm- mall ito's. qularly Corduroy Short Tb *
al,. "nt I a' psatlyn d I".II nabna *T tmoaad Ilk dsy ad AprIl. 904.Lst.4 :

I'. 4.7-4I4L___ __H! I I AatiMt..* Bold**4k ict of you uiYuu sri kr.. tku nod day *t Y.brsaoy. till lain and drap.rt*.. A priced to $3.3. WIllis they colors cannot b* de.albexl

by .. "... sad nolrod I* .r*> MALI KDWM SAIlS regular 79c a yard value! teal, they're yours lor (uitS3 on paprt Were luppo.

,trntnr .lt*>. and dMd > Clerk af Clmll rnH W Oadtden OovMy, FlorIda Com and 71 lot! Just J7e
lilt Zlf-Zat M..'_ f 3i.1$ .97, Sbopexiilydon't ed to MU lot S2.99 but
which you, or *.1If you nay My ./ ** 4. Hmmr, IMpely Crark up
rash *r will Uk IS.M psy.mest. ----Ii hays *.,iii..t aba ooui at Robrt Fmb.4$21LIt 41 a yaidl be dlappointxi( Ibis I Ia U our ciulomei wrn't
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Writ Atla Sewing Greenwoodand nd Oounty, 10 alas County Juda NoTice or AmjcT W H TAX lb LOUD DRAPERY MATER-: .1 t."UIe: valuolMINS oo yl Will < IYe2Sc?

Ceitcr. tl. N. P.I.'.. SU uI Ood- .. County. FlorMU athi .... i.. i*. rax -- you _
.ffl. o I* Ib. ooort IMOM of IAU 4r" wld.. You WHIlE DRtSS
Pe.-IL flL .... County at 4>Micy. florid, I M01'ICI: HUSSY OI'W'. TTiM H t Risla. 1k' ....., 29 ONLYI LadW
witkia *l. rtUndw .MlU* fromIko .f I'" ,.,.....I MNIIM. baa RAW laId *MMMW* t f 4 Ui DOB the eoloi and pot- SHIRTS Most ill! *, but Mohair
ti..* of lbs tint .obll**>tlJ I Owl t. M Iaipmd ._ n. areeslIsm. 411. 544 ..,. If olL n.. l.Unt .- Sweat
{; emil W." >.uppootd not are .ic ... Slight &Irregular
Sunset Acru tlhamatia lIe. Two mate. *fuh 1..._ Ik* fMifWfcM j* Ik1C t.rt. asd is. ..... which I
,: cl.im ..r d. Mn4 slab b* low ...* M4 Irs 51 ( M.... Mil up to 12.23 a yard qualIty and smashIng c4 110.99 lWeaWr" W.
SALE 'it in-, aid >..M .(. tk* .....
FOR aluM! 2 lor
ot 13.001
CLARE PLEMMONS Ill r.Md nr* *nd *M offMo *ddr.M ( If. Yiat :f gS4rI or Nsa. I. whl.. but our etutomer ware old pUnfy tel IS :1. >*
II .." Ih* ud alall Jan. .. A- amartl! Will give Sic
Phoee MAI Mill Ib* owor* to ky lbs .......(. hi* you IONLYI Men' StthwbanCoal. : far th... that oi* fc-'.

1952 Willys Se- >;:*..",.,. or>>f 511otee o fillIn sad tt***-o**; II Hit i Slash:: :t. MafrlMKi,.........Kuu. ..*..*... Vnk."* a ywdiASSORTED Mlllrtq orlalnoJJy\ uptoSI9 they'r. JOUI' lot ,1.1'1 eJ

dollar ... 4 *vblo4i or ....- -... 8CDSPJIlADS 1$1! Only t to Mot _

> danRebuilt LEONMOBILE .01 AM.. r riird* AMUKMOM....11 b. ...... N 1041 ..... 5. "; :"JeIU':;:: Vshes.el.s'i Odd and ends of bed-- this gl wrway pelc.III l 26 ONLYI ladle' exa! .

I A* Ktmiol.trotw of Ik* total w.., .II a.eaiII Hurry. Imrt S600 achi wool sweaters in cardl? 3

199. at ", oItt.rl R Dr.... ._*.. tNI 9. N.,1 EiIal4aIaS Pabisse .ptexjd. ol all klndl VaJIM bulky knit and <*-*
HOMES PInt .ubll. .11.. ,... .. IMen =- 4. Ti's-ha. I lo 112.891 Twin* and ONLY) Men'* OuiJl
II JiII0lSfllAltaInay .*... WMI Sara.II print cafdlgeau.: Value

856-5453 tale. Serrte* III E W..k.ion .Adalahalcalsi.... Crsa. IMI -:. \... Ea.aOaIa.. : ....11..... doubU wowl What lined dim Jacket I. form'rty to ".89. Now thy' ?>
,.WI.. $ valuM our Iou II SI.99. Out they got
.----- ,140100", 7iftd4 i J.;:.. WM silos your to? lor Juit S197IWTOSEiilLadle'Hc'
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TwUtte rob .. If JulS300acht _
New M o*. u. Ie. 41 gaunt Vi Prieo!
tl 1..1... 14. IIarIteM ....... P. lakes.. '
CeeieOT. Stewayf.Hie a--; .';--f :
Card*' :
lb. Ce.soy sin. 5. ?.esalip ---- : :' .
FOR SALE *!.. v... Trailen I ,.... (Jad.das Cleat'. "..... |Uw. I Wail It 0"':: BATH MAT tETS W ruppoxl 13 ONLYI Mea'. Rayon .eU <

r. ir Wide ia Peabalo. If tail Trw* Sarnhins ....' Vkheswa lined Tfncb CoaUt Forr- wet uppoMd to -?
GOOD. 5t5 ILL nD I. ti Sulola WhIStlaid.1Idaib '1'-_', UM I: ?TwMfti I 1it to MQ Jot S1J9 arty S10.99. In and to ...n. Ax rt.d alyhle

CASH REGISTER w. ttto let ten haN *tu ....... 555 I W**( I* fI _.. and tin. Nothinq's wrong oytter and w* do man aartar?
1kla j el ..!*. 'T. All CrodhS: Sal \ i o, add prasaetl >*... .. Ski OtMly W 044., tul Jodd.n. Only 13 to Mill Plal
lfa.i.5 Claims ..._ e W4K4 w.'Vi oo< 100 mcmy. Now Com act them
tar r of U In* ttflwl M.00 a
Wits Titan 1 Tetal We R... KOOL ttAt.O. A.* IM laid BUM: -I l I oaai hal _"...'e ., .arlata. ailS t. r....... Mrii Afl 900 law H Prk jlTKXOW How about SI.00 *ockTBOYS'
Missy 1 Tetal >.* TIL I.. *&4 **ck of yooi ..r 10 .arIit'st. 5 ODD LOT Coctum
HASADITULTiPf FUR S. M W avll wt el bv ..*
Iota SlOE IBICOII ..l. Uav .... *oy < ... .. I5. 'l:. ..- w M- W AprIL IN" s..... Ie ... RUGS Only 100 leguto ..oJ.0; i CIR1S SHORT.

'kick yu*. Mk 41 of ....,.. talL to MDI W r. SI W. Sit. SUn Car bob, SETS SUM !*4. Rq

$75X0 ToOakaaae ffatU IW ia'h.og.i.a,. .I. r,.t,* .It,* led lap *f *_,*. Mi WIll taI*
lit .4 lat.'J t I. 21i24and24z36. Will ptn. *tc Just aecldoOC"'J laity S2.99.
a'. 01 (EAI.: H>WI. RAID IJCK <>r I
SEE AT tilt Weal Ti* oiie t bsly HIM I IT WH.HT I* ..", we'.. take 77. ach. plus tai. 11.00 a *4rtl?
;y Vtor.4s, : (..11"'. rtx/niDA
FLETCHER- ANTEY ,... 121-''*' I.-II. 0- .. .. .. ma''n /', *, .. a.. I" In.I. PLEASEJuu
.. I I I 1 I. ii ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL
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SALE STARTS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27 ENDS MARCH 31ST! VALUES THROUGHOUT


THE STORE!

o THIS IS JUST A SAMPLEOF


THE

MANY BARGAINS OFFERED
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QUANTITIES LIMITED

tsivs y' ON SOME ITEMSI


SO HURRY!

TO SAVE!




Spectacular... Bedroom plus Bedroom ALL, 7 PIECES FOR ONE LOW, LOW PRICE
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ee NYLON OR
Choice of I btoutiful fini.h.1I
8 LIVING VINYL! 41
ITALIAN WALNUT SOFA

lAND CHERRY..J CORDOVANINCLUDED lAND P I EC Es ) $14 9 CHAIR 2.JHP COFFEE 2-UMW TABLES TABLE


INCUIDUI M

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DON!MISS THIS CHANCEL
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Your complete new living "
room IT HAS EVERYTHING!
Sturdy construction, '
"' wu moulded FOAM BACK
Diamond design for beauty SALE
Sofa open to sleep two I
comfortably! / r
pdl Your choice of colors, -
In beautiful Nylon _
M durabl. Vinyl.MOLDED.
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,, \ FOAM BACK


..lutlfut N iMk ,pratllellto Family Size 7-Pc. Dinette
legal with in* will fit tvlry.
Pienprlna MATTRESS Juil Iwk, It IIWM bl .
11ruflnl.hH Itillin Wilnut. "
, Matching lOX SHINS d .nn.r ch.r7 c.rsov.ntelc .
k 1h. | tM b il /wPolr.1
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PILLOWS y ur rwm-Ih.y'ro. ill il On. !Lw.He PLENTY OFt
ThbYl/ / inl.. fitly btdroli .IY.O
I Dinliy l thtm totflyl
STANDARD SIZE

DINETTES IN STOCKIFAMILYSIZE !
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LEAF PATTERN

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I I CONVENIENT $6941
DANLEY
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CREDIT
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SEALED OVEN
1 g. SMOKELESS
broiler FREE

CONTROL in a tingle starts turn.pan. DELIVERY
\ 'uNITS let SflJl. ugI .
d aired. LIFT-OFF EASY

cleaning PLUGTERMS

for easy cleaning. ... WASHER SALE


$J79 Fully Automatic WASHER



: YOUR HOME $199 FREE 1 YEAR SERVICE

b'T; II ; Per Yard ON PARTS & LABOR


EXPERT CARPET MAN ...... .
a -.t-e'.tllis.wofflr e 4-of hut sad Ont r movsytttm
THE WORK Styling
e W..., T tIII.rtt.,. S.Itxtioe e TrantmnsiM guerefttMe
It _ $29.95 .cwl 5 jute
e Sf cycle for silks end
_ $54.95 woolens Smooth, fluid 4nt

_ $69.95
f Low Sale Price
OF BRAIDED RUGS

_ $19.95 Speed Queen Washer

_ $49.95
litre Urge Cepecity
Safety Rtttete Wringer ONLY
letloee I Rolls
!i H.f. Motor :
; [soy Roflnt| CetttnAfitetor 'r-t ta taFsstWosltfl

/ *. : ,Deuge $99 I .,

DELIVERS s..w Trt........
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