Gadsden County times
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579627
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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:; SHADE-GROWN FLORIDA I Qia 1s en ( flUUt4J ., QUflt ,, Rainfall I.west Week WEATIILR,Temperature Temperature week month Ending: REPORT Mir. SHlgheM SSI ill 72 30

TOBACCO CAPITAL R.lnf.ll tear IS.10

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.Colored Killed Tuesday Child 29000 Receive Polio Vaccine

4 Morning Eight-year-old Jr, (colored was Charlie Here killed Martin In-- In Gadsden County Sunday

intly .t II o'cUxk Tuesday

I morning about two miles west

,ot Quincy on the Salomon Road' -
The death was the tint highway 1- -- -- -
fatality In the county mina January Vaccine MadeAvailable
L- 1.According,
Junior Women
-4I '
to Invest Igal Ing I
authorities Trooper R 1. lllxassisted ToNonImmunized

by Sgt. Ralph Strong Fashion Show
01 the Highway Patrol and hher-

F Ill Olho Edwards, the youth wa
1rR r walking along the aide ot the Slated March 12The
Suddenly he darted In
road. ,
front of a 1958: Pontiac driven Junior Woman Club will Oral Vaccine May BeTaken

; U by Sally Wllliami tcolorrdl of present a spring fashion ahow At Courthouse
The Impart knocked Uoman'ji
iretna. and luncheon at the
.ts Y 1 .K the boy oft the roadway.No Club on Thursday, March 12: at Today From 8 5

r M tP charges were made 1 pm. Over 21,000 Cadnden Conn-

A freak accident In Crurtta- Mina\ Sara May 1,0will be liana trekked to the twelve sla,
hoochee Monday noon totally he fashion narrator and Mrs, dons scattered over the county
demolished I 1SW3 Oldsmobile Bert Morgan will play the 111 get the lira dote of Sabln
and caused minor injuries to for the show Miss
4 gun 0..1 oral vaccine Sunday afternoon,
4, K X7 e4' w Ml! 2 four pel-tons. tholwm, who represented according to Dr. T W. Griffin
.: .."j1. .
-- -- -- I The Oldsinobil owned by den Count In the Junior lit the Oadsden County lloapltalledlial

TOURNAMENT Amateur Kon Markham left) and Tom Curable (right) of Quincy Guy ihooihee Hampton wan llerndon parked of In Chat-the Content the piano In Peruacola, will Mill'' the Quincy Staff,Klwauls co-sponsors Club with of

participated In pro.amateur competition during the recent third annual Little Tourna- roadway at the top of a steep The show will feature spring the project to eliminate' polio

ment of Champions and Panama City Country Club in Panama City last we.k. hill on Bolivar Street. A second fashions for every age group In this county Another 6OIH>

Markham was a member of pro Lionel Herbert' (second from left) team which vehicle a 1938: Chevrolet all shown by local models. Mer'hantt r ones went to the Florida Mate

also Include Henry Duncan (third from left) of Panama City. Curable was a memberof Station Wagon operated bj participating arm Uclk- hospital at ('Chattahom,
diaries Grady Necl tlpprti up ludsons, Mary Oouny' and
included Today, Thursday March 5,
Bob Roiburg'g (second from right) team which Leon Harvard ( '
pro he hilt, skidded 63 feet and WIlHin a, from Sam. until ft .m. those
from right) of Dothan Ala. Both team had a best-ball score of 66 and trailed winning struck the tint car In the rear Models fur Belt Hudson's who mimed getting the first

pro-am team headed by pro Jay Herbert by five...stroke The Neei car skidded 33 feet ....-- kOhl N.llon.l.'nd.' Futih, -- duce Sunday may get the vai.
and then stopped halfway Bunn rlttcher. Mi.*. Hetty Edwards OUTSTANDING Brlgitta Biet nhol and Richard Ashley rifle on the south aide of th.courl .
across the pavement. After the Mr*. Charlie Adams, Jr., house square In Qulncf
Commission Jr senior at Quincy High School were selected as
County ,
Top Students Impact the first car careened Miss Gladys Phillips, Mr*. Iran or at the Health Center In II,i-
180 feet downhill, akldded 33 cia Malhrrs, Mr, Henry Kaulk. "Gul and Boy of the Month Coil C. Rude of the Quincy ana from I to 4 p m. A cllnluas

feet and came to rent headed Jamie VUkera, Frankie Math Exchange Club, sponsor ol the program presented them held Tuesday of this weeK

Local Hospital Makes Named At QHSStewart south In the roadway. ers, and Kathy hue Mather, certificates behalf of the club. Photo by Martina Studio In Chatlahooihee,

Herndon and Neel received MaryHiMineyaCarol Johnson Thane who missed this first\
Hlnson, with a schontlc minor Injuries and two passenger MlUh Drew Harriet Mauffey acclnallon arc strongly urged
average. of 8178, la the Seldri llarrlaon olhattahoothee Jane Three DelegatesAt
*- Peggy ParnHT Wafer ReservoirTo by health authorltte to takevantage
valedictorian of the 1964 senior and Samuel May, Kathy hmlth Kill Ciimule .,( of these make-up
$6000 Plea To Board clans of Quincy High School 'White colored of River June- Dcbbl Chandler, Bobby Presidential cllnll'l today,
Carol Crouch, with a In .
who the rdwardi Be Erected
lion were riding Vaughn Patricia -
la talutalorlan The averages I>r, Griffin staled that he feels
are made up from the Dinner suit that after Thursday Gads
A request for approximately Injuries. and Wilson'14m Cox, Jean-
dim will be writ
ant semesters County over
(6,000 was made to the Board The students with the next Trooper R C, Brown Jr, of nle MiLendon, Carolyn Hiirlng. Mr, and hire W N Falrclolh In[ Quincy SoonA he 70 percent receiving the
of County Commissioners Tuesday M. Walker Up three highest averages will be the Highway Patrol Investigating San Jane Hell, Mrs. MitchellDrew end James 11. Cox of Quincy I inmunlullnn This I Is the. point
hire, llarlx-rt. Gregory, da' Presidential million gallon water reserolr -
cl.s. prophet lawyer and hi. authority, audited by the tended Floi a that doctors fell will eradkal
the Courthouse
morning tartan and will\ give the classrophecy hattahouthea Police Department klra. Korrent Ta\lur, Mrs An- I)!nner a* delegates from Gads will be constructed by theCity he disease,
Marcus Shelter chairman ol For ReelectionTo will\ and history made no charge Uiony Wheat Mrs, Jo* Illgdon, den County The dinner was of Quincy on city property
Ir, D, I). Blackweldcr director
Kalhrine Morrow the Fountain m the east aid* of North AdsmsStreet ,
the finance committee of the Phyllis Spears, February 27 at
pectively, on Class NIKbLThe -- -
Gadsden County Hospital and other student ranking Beta Fletcher and blrau Hotel In Miami Reach In the near future, according of the Uadsden C
Thomas Reed hospital administrator School Post In the top ten are In order as Davis AskingReelection Davis c.rol'l The dinner which was held to City Manager liar- > said In circulation Tuesday thatnewspaper Inlila
for raise funds for the Demo uert Uregnrv a ,
Board to
asked the M. D. "Max" Walker announced follows: Brenda Thomas, 84.317: Tickets' to the had printed a reportthat
financial aid to pay current Kay Adams, 83 5UO; Eddie Taptor sr* HIM and may be I n-site Party wen attended byresident Sealed bids talll be receive I the area vaccine being nlminls.tried .
today that he would To Lyndon H Johnson. by the City and will b* opened I
bills. .3363; Richard Athley, from club members or at th.dIMr. against
her good
seek re-election to the office Inrldas dov Fens llryanlcabinet III th* courtroom of the Had was
had enough money fen 93.357, Mary Jean Mynard .
'W* anti ; only I one type of polio, He I I.
th. payroll this past month, but 01 County Superintendent of 3200, Topper Hampton, 83- officers, senator den t'nunty Courtlumi it 1am. anxloua to curr.t, this .rron.
not enough for the bills" Mr, Public Instruction of the schools ISO; Carol Marsh 83 114; Brig School BoardJulian congressmen, Ihursday, A pi'II a. ous ..1.I.m.nl."Tlw monoval
Fourteen File chairman of
fehelfer told the Board. 01 Gadsden County.Mr. Itta Blelenholi, 83.100. C Davis of ChitUhoohw the Mrs Democrat Falrrloth! ) Kxertiltve, Committee .I The City of Quincy I I. adver\tnt type oral Rabin vaccine that
Air Reed aid the financial Walker In his message tothe of Usdnden County and Using for prop cal. to b* submitted I Is being used In Uadsdtn Coun
aituatlon at the hospital ahoult people of this county said chief psychologist at the At Court House Mat Commute; Woman, com on any number of th. ty after all tin necessary three

improve in th. next 30 days. "I am completing my third term Florida Slat Hospital yesUr menttd "1 was greatly ImureMd three divisions Into which the dimis, will ImmunlM a person
Vic chairman Murray Spoon ,10 office as your Superintendent day qualified to seek a second For Local Offices, by the strung unity show wtNk I II divided Heparsl bid against any type polio. There

.r mad motion that tot' of Public Instruction. term on the Gadadea County According to the clerk of thcircuit ., by the Democratic Tarty In sue Invited on any number of are three known type tacit
the hovtUt mon I Hoard of Public Instruction,. division which are a* followsDivision : done immunise against a
Board grant ; "If you the voter of our court fourteen randl,_ Florida.
.y from Interest county see fit to return n* to District 4. H* named himself dates had qualified for public At the dinner attended bthe One, Hun-Foundation rifle alraln. That la the reason
endowment lund the office for another four *ha as campaign treasurer and the office aa of 10 o'clm Wednesday '. this Qadsrfen County: dell, H.'IIUb-tuuud.llnn' work Jar for the three doe over a per
6000. approx.-I edsden Mate Bank the clear well, conafallng oneressaiy f lust of two months" aald Dr.
mately year term In the May Democratic County aa morning Qualifying hea.nIt gate were featured M Kulll
E. Perry Woodward primaries, I promise the depository, 11 noon Tuesday and the. van a* master' of ceremonlea. excavation, rontrolleccompacted Blarkweldif, lIe urad'I'ry.*
A financial report for auras courteoua, faithful and Devil, a native of Gadsden deadline Is Tu,aday soon Mart Kale Smith, I Holly: Warren TonyMartin on* to lake the two .ddltllln.1
and loed
year from W. U. Lines Prosecuting conscientious service a* In the county la a son ot Mrs, J. C. 1'7. I fyd Charlss I and Len dose which will be given
Attorney was submltlm past Davis and U). Isle Dr. Davisof ny Dawson and his orchestra Division Two: Consisting 01 (('"Unued ** rag lane,
Board Total Receipts-. Thnm filing their quallfkatlon ouulil. cast Iron 1lpe line, -
to the : "I am a native Florldlan born Quincy. lie I* married to -- -
$8,47150. Total Expenses the former Lou Morris were.: ItenUnued .* Fat Tw>
In Jefferson County In 1811. I Betty
GCH Blood Drive Hopkins SpeaksAt
|827.00, Net Income$7,644.50., graduated from Aucllla High and they have four children A. B, Blackburn, justice of
allowed511,000.. the ,
compensation School In that county la 1830 lie I. president of the corpor- peac '
Clinton BasMtt County Tai following ., and received an AB degree from tlon operating the Jefferson Tewy J. McPhemm. tn as- Slated March 16 Civic Meet
submitted the
Collector Total tercer University In 1814. In Rowe Restaurant In Quincy, senator The Cladsden County Kospllsl i .a, w. D Iliipklna, State Prose.
financial report Total Ex 834 1 was awarded a Masters rector( of the Gdaden County W, D. Lines, pnMII'tutln attorney will hold lll od Drive at the iF ruling Attorney for the Nenmil
Receipt*- 540,068.60. Net Income degree from Florida Slat Un- chapter of the American Red American legion Hume In Judicial Circuit of Florida, was
penes$18,193.43,879.17 Com verslty. During graduate study J Cross, Cadaden district commissioner A. Edwin Baur, clerk of the Quincy on Mart K front 4 pm guest speaker. at the Monday
$20 penN-
Uccei. there I received training In ad of the Boy Scouts. circuit courtNorman to 10 pm. meeting of the Quincy Klwanl
tlon hnd11,815.17.Allowed $8,000. ministration supervision and fi- nd vice president of the Jads- McMillan and Oeorge This will provide the public Club Mr 11111l1ln.1..1 as. hit
ance. den ch.pof the University Lamar Munroe, Camden County with an opportunity to replace subject "('fll... Prevention. He
A. B. Blackburn Justice of "It was my privilege to serve a' """"" )'f"" of Florid Alumni Asmclatlon school board, Dlitrlrt 2. HUmd that Is badly I needed byhe ; Wit Introduced by W, U. Lines,

the Pf'lce. District I, submltte .. teacher and coach In the Robert II. Wind A member of bL Mark. Episcopal tithe Edwards: and J, Neal Uadsdrn ('nulIl) "".1.11.1. ((1 program chairman.
Total Reoelpla
the following report Havana School for seventeen Church b* serves as church Falrcloth aherlff. Thomas Heed, ll"'pllal Ad- \ Mr Hopkins' circuit Is com.maed .
-. $$626383 Total Ex yearn H. Wind treasurer.He mlnUtralor, explained the ho of Uatlidan Leon Jf
: net Income- Robert Clint Basaett K, L. Surer and Ssiu.l
pen.$221.55 During World War II I Is also a member of the pit si I* In debt to the leonBounty INl. Wakulla. franklin end
BUI C'OU..10rDc
Compensation AI- Hummerfurd, tax ,
8OtU8. American Psychologic A ( BliHid hashtr blued : Liberty counll. In his talk
served with the United SUtes New of MO ,
lowed 7500. Manager : Smith county commission : ,
whk'h1111 nut been replaced Leon County
Navy aa a apeclallst. I am a elation: and a charter member district I. h. revealed that
Sealed bid were opened faDelael member deacon and Sunday of both the Florida Psychology II. sprssed hop that the .uPp,... 49 percent of trlme*
fuel oil used by counUoperand ; school teacher of the First Baptist i Country ClubRobert eel Aasoctetlon and the Southeastern Boyd IA nard and Fred Rhelfer publlo would get behind the brvught to Isis attention. whit

vehicles. Sinclair Aa- Church: la Quincy. Gardner, president of Psychological Association. tnunty .ommla ion, district hospital and help It build back Uailaden wa neat with 311 per
fining Company ubmlUed thtlowest lie bas published articles L its blood) credit. rent. Jefferson and franklineounlle
bid and received thi: In 1838 I married Pauline' the Sawano Country Club thisweek In a number of ct nUfla journ It tspevUd that other will I Mr. Reed further explained are retponalbl for 3
contract for a six months prlod. Geultney of Macon, Georgia and ; announced tile employment ala some of which hv been qualify for the venous officesIn that blood la not hike the es.pensive percent e Bath and] Wakulla turn.
w. have one daughter Paula,( of Robert "Bob" Wind asiremanager
brought to the mention of the the nest few days.RETURN drugs. Blood can not I.;hM 4 percent and Liberty :3
of that
seventeen old, who attends organluon ._
Edwin Baur County Clerk, year public In the New York Tine --- t* manulat-lured It ha* to percent. Me also said that more
the School"
reported after all bills had beer -Quincy- Mr. Wind who I II 29 yearn (Mmo,*llla., MacLe.a's In KITS b* replated If the hospital Is people, were put on probation
the following amount wil Canada and others. of the to maintain an adequate aup- in luflj' man were sent to prts
paid Dun Brown president
I of for the two .
age, part years W, I) I Ine.
be In the various funds: Gen Baptist Youth has been golf profeaaional .1 I --- Quincy Junior Chamber ot ply; emptuanlaed Mr Need an. following I his talk Mr. Hop

.ral Fund- $214.43836: Row the A. C. Read Golf Course Commerce, urge all th.... who kiss answered questions per
and Bridge '811.72'785. Fin.. Will Take Part .t the Naval Air Station soar Quincy Students'have not sent In their Drey Bosses Banquet Lines Seeking alnlng to his occupation:
t and Forfeiture $7,188 88. Spcclal eoaacola Prior to that h. Pak Diabetic Kit to do so be. A, D. Uarretf, of Jackson: *
Bridge Fund- $2U5'7.80HOtpIta1 In Contests was a teacher and cnach at War. On Dean's ListTwo I'fore March 9. Slated villa, who I I. conducting a weeklong
1 fc S- 52,8117.12,: rlngton Junior High SchooL students from Th dlabetto detection program Tonight Re-election To court* In fire fighting and

Total*- $323,97552. The Gidsden County Baptist -Bob as he prefers to be is been placed on the Quincy dean sponsored by the Quincy The traditions) Jaycee u_. prevention fir too City of Wuiny .
A copy ot a letter to Mn Association will be meeting ailed, la t native of Cairo, c;... east! on the university Colds Jaycee was received with excellent Night Banquet has been planned Office was a guest of tire ChiefW
Herschel Clark of the Green. tile son of Mr. and Mr* Hamilton st the University of Florid response. The kit were 1 for 7.:M this evening it the County W, Mcl'herson.
; Tuesday night, March 10th a.tt .
boro High School Band Booster Wind. H* attended Cairo Gainesville distributed for severs! week Jefferson House, Eddie Taylor and Keith
n was announced: w. D. Lines. Oadsden County -
I wa* read Informing her that th JO at the Santa Clara Baptist, school and graduated from recently, through the local drug companies Highlight of the event will tMualilry, of the Quinsy lath
Pro annnunred -
Board because: of legal technlealttie : Church of Quincy. I Cairo High School II* 1* also Th. announcement from and_ _dort rs'_ office. I b* the presentation. of Ihe Distinguished eeutlng Tuesday Attorney that h*> would School Key Club were also

would be unable to ai Thi I II the annual meeting *.tt a graduate of Troy But Dr. Byron K. Holltnshead cam* Deanof Kmlce Award to an ..'II re-election to that poet In: guest..
band la a trip to th Teacher College, Troy Ala. Ha outstanding man In the
alt the which the young people and Intermediates the College CHURCH PAGE young the May I Democrat primary
World Fair.A of the churches takepert married to the former Mia community and en award nude
tope A sew fester has been Its aullfl4 with Circuit Court Concert
proposal was mad. by Con la the Better Speaker andSword Margaret Ann Klrkptrtck of They were among the a4.ed to UM G.*.*...* County to the "Oulalandlng Teacher Clerk Kdwln bear Tuesday aft
miaaloner T. L. Maxwell to cot Drill elimlnatlona. Each Greenville, 8. C. and they art lv* per cent of student within Time* Ik Church raga I During the evening the Hon ernoon.
duct a publl bearing la ref<<. church may tend one Intermedt making their hone at the Wind the College with I record of tory week fer Ik. sjeslsrversl ,Tom Adim, Florid*'* Kecrtary *- Line baa been proaerutlnialUirney Slated Tonight
converting Lake T.lqutJ10to late to be a part of th* Sword Cottage on Lake Talqula. excellent academic performance SMmllM full of Male, will be the gueslspesker hhoolBand
DC* to for the a page I line November I. The Greensboro Higa
I a ,&ala Management art., Drill rapid finding of scrtp- rill trImester I spread s..snsrM by UrallBUvUal and tribute will. b* paid let?, when lie wa named to under the direction ef.arry
Chairman of the Board Fre I tare In the Bible. U oTTAluinni They are Judy Alice Wolf and .* t binle.es I to tilt ",-,01 J.l'ft.tn Quln1 / fill the uniplrd term of th* Kohannan, will prewntKprliig A

heifer and Commissioner Hon- Questions on Doctrine and Bib-, Harold W, Toning Jr.. botH 1981 firm *UI appear Wflng fe- ten William U Doss H* wee Con"",, at B ,clock
.r Hirt were not In favor 0 f Heal character ar* tailed and Meet SaturdayThe graduates ot Qulnry High r kamh .u..._ I I All members are urges at- elected to a lull fear year term this evening la the school aud-
making quirk dedalon: and b.Ueved participant must find the pa.s- I tend.WORUTS M the November, HUM tiener lortum.teveral.
the publl should vok a age or scripture relevant to the Cadsdeo County Alumni 'al Ela4lon selection: whisk will
it* opinion. questions. The time limit for of the University of florida In seeking r-lrtln. Mr be presented r
Ibis I* eight. senod will hold tbelr annual spring I IJne* Mid, My dslr I* to Marth by .ul. y'odtlr; Portrait

Tourney Winner Each church nay Mid seer I meeting Sarturday light at '7 ronilnu to serve In this offlc from "La Prtehol*' by

Two county schools -Green young person to be a part ot clock. on my pt record .* proaeeutUig J. Offenbach arranged by Vk*.
the Better Speaker' Contest The seating will be a barbs ttoraey, wIth fairness andImpartiality tor Laurvnr. .MIhill, tile
boots and Chatttboocbe will- w<'D This I* a live and one-half .taut que to be held at the VioMU/ ete.a..i sera sdais F.i. l to .without last Blue*" by Richard. W, .........
group tourcanwoU and M e speech MI on. of the twenty Fans east of Quincy on Highway f a".ry e v "of, or favor to, anyone." and ."... Louis. Blue )Mart"'
advance to regional toumamen a pro-cboaea topic. They are M. Mi Line I* the son .f tot b1 W, C. Handy.
this weekend. lodged on content, presentation The officer of the local: dull UK Mat and Mr. 1, t UM
The cussed will W tree *fharg
Greensboro beat CI"UWlIUd.. and composition, I are Jack lUHurdso, president. II* I* a saline ef Uulnrr, bomher
O-Si winning the GrouP t-C Harold -Red Bert, else president. OS December 14, 114. lie *. .
Tounament.Chatuaoochee. Th* public U cordially hefted ; Jlllaa Deri. tco ".*..- ::'t .t......... local schools and after ---

wee the Grw4ft P to .be present tor ton a.: dent end Gloria JU&ardaon.secretary ; ,' gra4iMUMS great Wulnry High At The Leaf

Tournament by beaUs:. UvKie 4reararr, ... I! Us 1IU1 lie steered the Itnlver
All Inureoted alumni of the } sity of Florid *l Usliwsvlll
17SUForestry : This WeekLeaf
BlonoUtown Adrian Anderson area are Invtud and wad l r ""- 'f! i and graduated from the CvlIrg ; -

Announce attend and bring they. wtw wbuabsnde. .. *f Law M 137. Theatre attraction for
Report ... -. He then "berets. ngge4 In ho coming week Include "The
Tb Cadtden County Fore*7 Adrian Aadenoa. local sxetet i I the pfMtir of law In neptcnvbr I Young Swingers" today starring

Service report M wood fin e, owner announced today that he >w IKI7 WUH Richard t. Uardf -' Molly Be*. Mail Order Bride"
during tile past seven da)t would b* a ctndldaM la UK McCall Renamed ** sad I* still an active MTV tarring Buddy Bbaen 1* scheduled .
Primary F''''
wood flrt da cooing DeenoenUc ,Jgsaa, **f to tb* Qulnry firm of Urd- Friday, Also Included on
Number of May VAndersoa To Welfare Board I ---- ---- -- ner and Line.. AuoraeywUses Saturdays doublo feature wilt

Janoary I of this year la 4, but'' said. 1 win offer Ad BOUND WX HOPO The Ctemsboro rLqh School Bond Boootan entered military aervlcID be -Mania" Slated for Sunday

fog IJ acre*. Mwnber of woo fs rwti ** cddu but I k* e Secretary of tut Tie hind ralaina drive to end 40 Junior and sonior band members August IMa a4 served laIhe and Monday will bo "King
Adaane .ant week aeaea red\ore BOW conducting a
office I will .
I. not decided whet Air Corp s* legal offkvr Bun" plutCIIImpto..
f the
fire reported at this same pi Tie of 12 band In the Slate ol Florida
I have be a pubU ofrtctel th* ro-conmiseJoning of marl k) the New York Wofkfi fait band wa ooe I "
lad ws. 11. bural la seek. and a* trial judge sdeocat.. lit ship ,....... 'rancy Pant,
Ill a a acre year ago BalnfaU la Qvio it for the post eight year L McCall. of Qulacr It.melted to prevent several concetti at the Fair. Larry Bohannan to AM band dl/odor .o 'tklpo *
for the pad week averaged SIKoaedale I 0 and ran are a* reams why 1q member of I** Board of ftorialWelfare. : Contribution may be seal to C. H. Richard aon. school prtadpol. or a Bond Booetefove i"IC"" no;" m"'J' >n n* the.,1.11 will be featured Tuesday
SaV- Haves I< .tmslda't eonUM to serve the DUUkt fco. 2, O4t I 'tCoUe4 ** fag Tee, land Wednesday, .
.(. ,....,. I| bec.
Lad oouatr 'Yen,.. 9. ,



public, who Is it that's got an send a post card to the Man-1'
ff. D. Lines income Inside the city limit agar of the C orc or the Editor ,
that can afford to pay $75 or w they will have written

$190 a month rent for a homer proof of your feelings. ____ Fletcher Company
(Coalinued from Fag One) '
apartment or business location I would like also to pay respect 'I ,
chau Concentration Camp trlaU ? If he can, he works out to the Kiwanis Club and
of German war criminals and 01 town. It's also nice to knowof its members for the polio vac- INC.GREENSBORO.
was discharged In May, 1848, asa all the new businesses In clns this past Sunday and say
captain. town that have Prettied up the that If the economy was higher
11* became attorney to the Square to find out that eighteen than It Ii I personally would
Board of County Commissioners of twenty-its businesses are have been glad to have donated "West Gadsden's Largest
In January, 1940 and Quincy asking the same question as $10 for my family Instead of
city judge in 1946, and held the General Public. Plus the $125.
both position until ht resigned employees of a couple of bur I auk once again for my
In order to accept the appointment nesses wouldn't be caught with name to be withheld 10 that I -* --
ai prosecuting attorney the merchandise that they sell can't hear all comment '
Line U now president of the or manufacture In their own Thank You I'
Gad dpn County Chamber ol home or house. Since It has also
Commerce, a past president of been brought out about what Marcb 2, 1964
the Junior Chamber of Commerce our future population Is goingto Mr Love Hutchinson, I Source of Supply"Building
t9' and a former chairman be let us ask what work will Editor I
ttf of the Gadsden County Democratic they be doing for a living? Gadsden County Times,
Executive Committee, lie Thank you Mr. Fred Jones for Quincy, Florida I
la also a past commander of elltng all of us public minded Dear Sir,
John W Shaw Poet No 84, citizens that we have all got March Is Red Cross Month
r American Legion, past president one thing in common, a cham- throughout our nation. At this
of the Seoond JudicialBar agn-Ust and a beer pocketbook time, nearly 3,000 Red Cross
Atioclatlon, paat justice which means dear reader 'chapters are seeking the funds,
of Duncan U Fletcher Chapterof ie'1 in favor of us ,oa and back members volunteer participation
Phi Alpha Delta honorary to black washpoU rubboards. and public understanding
legal fraternity and was president One more question before that are essential to your Amer.
of his freshman class at I relay a few tips to you Iran Red Cross In carrying out
Mr. Jones. With these businesses local national and International Materials
--- the University of Florida Its *

CHILDREN'S READING ROOM Some members of the Quincy Junior Woman'sClub board tie la of also director a member of the of the progress you named In the are area they enough helping to slogan programs for 1964 The Ii Red"Always Cross'
and helpful husbands are shown working on the renovation of the upstairs den County Hospital a memo top V* of the grocery stealing There With Your Help.' )

south room of the> Woman' Club. The work project which U for a Children' Read ber of the Quincy Klwanli Club In the grocery stores and make Th purpose of this letter Is
the feel
I ing Room U under the sponsorship of the Junior Woman's Club. Mrs. W, L. Montague and holds membership in the proud public when safety they arrest boys an 8 to avoid possible confusion over

and Mrs. Don Brown are serving as co-chairmen. Shown from left to right are Florida Blue Key leadership year old for shop lifting because what might seem to be duplicateRed I Farm and Builder'sHardware

Mrs R. L. Massey, Mrs. Don Brown, Don Brown, Alex McMillan, Max Cow, Billy fraternity, 40, et Sigma 8, the Nu Florida social Bar fraternity he or she la hungry Ask Gadsden Cross fund County campaigns hereIn I
Chief Hairs how has he
Yon Peacock, Billy Bedenbaugh and Mrs. Alex McMillan. Photo by Martin's Studio the American Bar Association lad to arrest In many the paM few In Quincy and tome adjacent
and Centenary Methodist areas, the Gadsden County ,
months In the 6 to 15 year
adding 19 to lead the attack. I Pilots' Traffic Church. racket Ii it going up in number Chapter of the American Red
Quincy Tigers Qulncy's Tigers were led in Lines it married to the former or coming down. Cross and the United Fund of
coring by Walter Dover and! Mill Betty Blair and the I had the privilege of attending Quincy, Inc. Join each fall In a
Ralph Sperling's 13 and 10 Safety ProgramIs couple baa four children. s supper not far back down combined appeal that helps
Fall In Group points. the road which I'll have to ad- eliminate much of the former I
The other member of the UnderwayPilot mit was very good and interning duplication of fund raising efforts -' Fertilizers
2-A SemifinalsBy five team tournament was PolioContinued It supplied all who attended and spares our citizens the *
Crestview which wit knockedoff International Official with the Information to sell inconvenience of constant solicitations.

by Walton 88.72 In opening and District Safety Chairmen ( from Page One all the modern appliances. It .
However, we would like to
Donn James round action. representing more than 13,400 ,was supplied in a percentage
Marlanifa handed DeFunlak Pilot members In 39 states, the county-wide on Sunday, AprilS lasts on a survey of, sy around point out that Cross the Gadsden All TypesShade
Time Sporti Writer Spring Walton a 00-70 lost In District of Columbia, and the and Sunday, May 10. i number such ss 12,000 bounty Red Chapter I
all of Gadsden
Quincy avenged an earlier Dr. Griffin had hom. They covered the subject serves County,
the finds Saturday night to Province of Ontario, Canada, high praise
seaion defeat at the hands of cop the Group 2-A Champion- are participating In Pilot In- for the many who volunteeredto I very good except one item, which Includes many commun- I Tobacco Formulas
tlei and people outside the (
host Chlpley by bouncing them work in the hats everyone would be rewarded
:ihlp The victory advanced the ternatlon'i Third Traffic Safety campaign last '
United Fund of Inc.
f9-89 Thursday night and advanced Bulldoga to the Region 1-A Conference held at Kellogg Sunday. "They did a wonderful I for all work except the ,
to the semifinals of the Tourney next week at Milton Center, Michigan State University job," he said, but added salesman' ob merchandiseill area.
This March, our chapter will
Group 2, Claaa A BasketbaU "the Ia just 1 this Information Is wonderful Custom Mixed)
agalnit the winner of Region In Eait Laming, Mrs job one-third com- be conducting a campaign for I
Tournament held In and to know but where
Chlpley.QWncy's plete and great
3. Frank Higgins, president of the many more will be members and funds in Havana
risers caught ire Quincy (6D Chlpley (59) needed for the next two are these buyers supposed to
Pilot Club of Quincy, announced I and Chattahoochee. Residents
in the third period shooting 113Pf'I' Dirndl." let Federal Reserve Notes to
Edwards 9 Register 14 la Let Us Quote Prices
today. The In these communities are urged
cent from the floor and out- Dover 21 Varnum 4 The vaccine which is administered lay for these appliances before
sponsored through a $10,000 to give generously so that the
rebounding their opponents 33It hey weir out. I know part of
for the conteit. Spelling 13 Davis 13 grant from Allstate Foundation by placing two drops the businesses represented can't Red Cross will continue to be
Porch 17 Lee 12 resented by Frederick J. Gar on a lump of sugar or small afford "always there" to help meet the
Big gum offensively for the bread long term financing If
McCall 8 Watts 16 Jr. Skokie 111 vloe piece of proved as was health and welfare
ert. pier emergency
Tigers were Walter Dover you finance it for long term
Baker 3 Whlttlngton 0 (dent of Allstate Foundation. that it Will tasteless needs of people the world over!
hitting for 21 Porch and should tired of
Gary and get walling
completely free of after ef Fertilizer and Lime
17 and Ralph Sperling 13 Joyner 0Marianna MUa Ruth Cunningham of fects. Infant and for your reward and should repossess We assure you that the Red *
pointi. High point man for (76) Quincy (46)) San Gabriel Valley, Calif, in. children very young the appliance it's worn Cross will not conduct s fund
received the
!Poatms 19 Edwards 2 proper drive this March in any community I
Chlpley was Ben Watts who ternaUonal president, is presiding dosage directly on the out. This subject is true on
scored 1 II, Ilatton 0 Dover 13 over Vila training aemilon from tongue the sale of furniture and other Included In last fall's
In semifinal action Friday Turnage 14 Sperling 10 to launch Pilot's driver self-lm- John eye Herring dropper, a Klwanlan Items also United Fund of Quincy, Inc.1 I$' Service

Marlanna't hot shooting Bulldogs Hulzer 2 Porch 8 provement program, Fashion and coordinator of the drive, It'. also nice to heir that Mr campaign. Spreader
eliminated Quincy from Applewhite 23 McCall 6 Designers for Safety, which ia said that all school children Snipes has prospered since he's Sincerely,
the tourney by a 7tM8 score Johnson 0 Baker 6 to be conducted in communities will be notified by letter well been here. 1 know of a Greek Ivls J. Scadron, Chairman
The Bulldngi jumped to a 17.10 Stephen 4 Joyner 0 throughout the United States in advance of the dates for the I and others who have traveled Gadsden County Chapter,
first quarter lead and were never McKae 4 Taylor 2 and Canada. The purpose of next two drives All news mediaIn only a few miles east of here American Red Cross !
threatened the rest of the Jennlngi 10 these be and have really prospered. They
courses to sponsoredby this area will also be asked
way. Four of Marlanna's alart- Reese 2 Pilot Clubs Is to improve to help publicize the endeavor.! have prospered so much that i Mormon Youths : Irrigation Supplies
era hit the two figure column Rettlg 2Ilalftlme the driving skill of those who Other organizations assisting one ia a bank president or vice'
with Charles Applewhite swishIng score: Marlanna 14, are new driving and to help In the drive last Sunday were resident and is considered to HereTwo
In 23 points I and Jan Poiima Quincy 21. 1 alert the community regarding the Chattahoochee have It made for the rest of Preaching I

...................................no..n._._._._....._.._.._.nn...au_ the traffic picture today snd Chamber of Commerce Junior, the Havana are his life take and it easy the other but while or others here missionaries Elder Rob- I Permanent Overhead

: the need for Improvement Kiwanis Club, the Greensboro they couldn't even make grocerymoney. ert L. Johnson and Elder Jay I
"Turning The Other Fender" Klwanli Club and the A few of them left herewith M. Worthington, of the Church
I MERRILL'SSEE was the title of an address by Gadsden County Health Depart "Holy" britches on. i of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Systems Pipe Plumbingand
Mrs. Fay Drain Harrison, director ment. This is Just a suggestion but Salnta (Mormon are presently I ,
: of Drultt Studio ot with all the ready cash that ia working In the Gadsden County
Speech In Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Agnes I her why hasn a small collec-. area.
D. Beaton, Washington, D lon been taken from the leading -' Elder Johnson Is from Los Water Systems

OUR NEW C., director, Women's Division, i; lTE'Rs people to develop a garment Angeles, Calif, and Elder '
Allitate Foundation, and MSI factory here, or a legal liquor Worthington halls from N phl.
raffle center instructor lead T still. W* are not fussy If It will Utah. They are part of a world
the dlacusilona which included t put us to work and put money wide church missionary system I I
Bobbie Brooks raffle safety education the D In our pockets. Install a moonshine which hat ,14,000 missionaries Ralston Purina

,< -. key to, the future, designs for Mill and advertise It is throughout the world. These !
later driving driving fundamentals "Smooth ss the Flint River on missionaries leave their homes'I
and what the driver ''a Summer Day" or produced on and pay their own expense fort I
should know about law enforcement I'm going to answer Mr. or !"th* Bank of the Chattahoo- two yean in order to give people I
SUITS and DRESSESFOR vehicle codes and Mrs. E. II. first so that all will chee." You dont need natural 0 fall denominations Feeds

ordinances, traffic engineering, be laid that 1s on everyone'smind resources to have a light bulb throughout the world "an opportunity -
physical laws of motion, community and lips. plant or radio and tv tube to learn more about
safety organization and Aside from the low economyof plant You don't need natural Jesus Christ and the Mormon
EASTER driving emergencies.Mrs. the area the public Is wondering resource for a garment tan Church." I
.Georgens Havlena, Washington why Is It that when renters tory. Ws have enough emp.y They will be in this area indefinitely
D. C., chairman of the or home buyers take the buildings that It wouldn't take and state that they Custom Feed
Safely Committee of Pilot International title spar time they have to new construction to set It up .want to give everyone the opportunity I
........................................................ discussed other clean around their homes or Since this Is in the milt for the to hear the message
safety activities of Pilot Chibs. apartments and set the garbageout future let's see how all readers which they have. They may be
Mrs.. Almctta C Brooks, High for the City to pick-up, that feel about this Junior College reached by calling 827-6126
DREDGING Point, N. Cv International prea- they end up using some on.'. If they feel the way I do then before 10 am.Phone I Milling
Ident-elect, outlined Pilot's safety vacant lot aa a garbage dump t's this way. Since were to be
program In the year ahead. because the City doesn't the ones who are to look at It, \
Mrs. Ruby Mears of Okeechobee to pick up certain carol:; welcome It, and pay a little respect
ON LAKE TALQUIN 10U4-B5 District Safety raili, take your pick, unless It to it and send our kids to
Chairman, discussed the safety has a bow ribbon tied on It.' It, why can't we all take a given I
BEACHES SEAWALLS CHANNELS actlvltlea and project of the Don't stop doing It old friends part in the building of it from Insecticides
CANALS BOAT HOUSES Pilot Clubs In District 4 which I because I'd da It also If it start.to finish? Let no one con MAin 7-8311 *
la composed of the clubs In the meant keeping. my yard or gar- tractor do all of It. Let all the
State of Florida. age from being a fire trap. Mr. nslde> furnishings be bought
Contract or By-Tho-Hour Jones, one of these vacant Iota from the local stores, not one
which could be a home site tore, all stores Don't let any Thursday, March S I
Wafer Reservoir some day Is right behind the out of county contractors have
SEE OR CALL I parking garage or depot for all a thing to do with It We're en- THE YOUNG I. G. A. Food Store

the city truck Maybe the owner titled to Ilk this Just is much SWINGERSStarring
PAUL FLOURNOYPhone Continued from Page One) could use this Information to si we are to ask God for forgiveness Molly Bee
get the City to change their for our sins.
valvlng and connections to existIng
policy just a little to help all AU who know me Mr. Editor
627-3826 1002 W. Franklin St. clear wells, and the new real estate owners Just a little. I know this to be a fact. I've got
clear well necessary drain line Fri? 8st -- *--
enough "hell"
I don't know so to speak in
(Idl.wUd. Lodge) (Residence) overflow and relocation of an how many vacant to Iota record are as being to me that It will take another March 6, 1

existing sewer line. used for this life time to get me through the
QUINCY FLORIDA Division Three Consisting of purpose but I do Holy Gates MAIL ORDER
know of this one and a few
all welded steel or pr-lresse acres out of town that are being I'd like to use the same words BRIDE
concrete type clear water well used for this a neighbor used In the Tallahassee
purpose. Starring Buddy Ebseafist
capable of storing one mtlllo Tobacco FarmSupplies
paper this
Another little bit of information past Saturday.
gallons, all tank accessories the public would like to W* are going to always have
FRIGIDAIRE Space-saving and the necessary painting. know la what part of a $4 00 a poverty and unemployment and Mar 1
Mr. Gregory staled that plansare we also have *
day Income la etch Garage plenty of the seven DOUBLE: FEATURE
available for public inspection Cafe, Poet Office, Plumbers Ap- wonders of the world here In
TWIN 30 at budget price! at his office in the City pliance Store and Dry Good this small part of the state Not MAIL ORDER
bias or may be secured front Store suppose to receive for all of this can b* don away
I Wledeman and Singleton of At their time and sales? Since It with but some ot It could be BRIDE
1 lanta. has been Drought out to the changed to benefit all concerned -
I for 12 months s year Instead Alse
of for only 7 month, U
w* could only find some leader MANIACStarring
210N437r, ifs KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. *. I'm no leader but Just a Kerwln MathewsSusw
al.otlfe relay man for all who have or Our
.5.551, CHARLES KINARD. Owner bad a sad face about their flat SpecialtyFLETCHER
5.55155y pockets. U it
C Remodeling a Additions takes this com. Mosw
Ing election to change any of Mar 5. 5
NEW CONSTRUCTION this then Im In favor ol all

e Garages a Carports C Porches who vote, If they care at ail KINGS OF THE SUN
vote fur
any man or
woman Starring Yul Breaker.
I Roofing a Siding a Cabinets who run for a job to vote for George Ckaklsas

e Florida Rooms I Enclosure the one who 1* young and in
favor ol this whether he'* qualified Flea --* -
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be', running for. There are a CHAMPIONSHIPFIGHTS
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Leader Cherra Vi Sapp, I

t reporter
Sherjl Thompson, County 4-H
Girls' Council President, ind saumgs taoat
Miry Louise Ray, County Council get
Delegate, attended the Dla-
trlct ill 4-11 Planning meetingin
Tallahassee, 4-H'era from
Leon, Wakulla I Taylor, Madison,1
.. 1 Jefferson and Gadiden Covintlet -,
I Start Richardson Ronald Tolar Lamar Clark Benny Ftsm Sara Mares Share *,.,Ur I discussed plant for a joint'
-II Mate Council and the Dar
tract Events Day Saturday, April
Greensboro each group of four. Because went on to win the slat corn 29 In Madison.
of Joint cooperation between show In Tallahassee, Ronald Is Jr. PORK
itudents and faculty In the selection also a member of the Senior 4-11 COUNTY DEMONSTRATION I
School NewsAt of these students the 4-H and serves as president of Year Dance DAY SET MARCH 7
students receiving this honor his cI.... Gadsden County 4-H'en will
the completion of each six must warrant the respect of Lamar Clark, junior high Held SaturdayA hold their Annual
the faculty and student body I honor student for the third six tion Day Saturday, Demonltr"1 CHOPS Ib
weeks period two students, one ,
alike week, period Is very active in 2 p m. at the
Year Dance sponsored
from junior high grades 7-9, I Greensboro lligh School Is F. F. A. In the district swine by the Junior Exchangette In QuinCY The girls will give,
and from senior high
one show held In October, Lamar ,
proud of the six students who Club to rain money for an orphan demonstration pertaining\ to
( selected
grades 10-12 are at hive received this honor during won a blue ribbon on his hog overseas, was held last several of the 4-H project.
honor student and awarded an
the tint semester of the school I H* then entered this same bogIn Saturday night, February 29, at
honor pin by the Greensboro
the North Florida Fair and I
186364.Shart Club. foOt'BIF.: "G" 4-H
year the Sawano
High Student Council. These
won first prize in his clai At
student are Judged worthy of Richardson was selected The highlight of the eveningwas CUB MEETS PIGTAILS '
present, he is engaged In other 3 49c
this honor because of outstanding as the Junior high honor student F. F, A. projects such as feedIng the crowning of Fount Mayas The Double "G" 4-H'en met :
academic achievement, citizenship for the flint six weeks per- Junior Exchange Dreamboat Wednesday, February 28 at 4.SO,
about In
twenty five pigs a
attitude school spirit iod. Very active In school and The meeting was held in the
and loyalty. church work, Shari Is a memberof pig grooming parlor a and steer training for the and Fat Pin. trees and hay with a home of Mrs W. T. Suber, Jr'

Selection of these students the Greensboro Baptist Cattle Show In April. Lamar Is tog cabin In the background In Gretna. the I Fresh TenderBEEF
begins with nominations made Church plays first clarinet In also a member of the ... F. A were used for decorations The Jeynean Woodbery called thepresident's
by the student council members the Greensboro High. School quartet guests entered the club on a meeting to order Presiding I '
Band and Is a member of the tilde. opening" procedureiJean
student nominees Lamar Is trumpeter In the
from both Junior and senior Future homemakers of America Greensboro Band and plans to Best costume swards were Thompson, secretary, read
Future Teachers of America Bassett, Gary the minutes of the '16.39c
high are then placed before enter the District Festival as presented Kay prevlou'l
the faculty, By secret ballot and "G" Club. As head "B" 'a member of a bras quintet. Moore, Brenda Yates and Richard .,meeting and called the introducedby
the faculty selects on. from team cheerleader, she also helpsto As an active member of theGreen.boro Ashley. The program was
cheer the Greensboro Bull'dogs Entertainment was furnish bheryl Thompson, vicepresident
Baptist Church, Lamar .
on to victory. b ty George Johnson, Tommy The program was demonstrations. USDA Good
Gadsden County serves aa president of his Gall Thompson I _
Junior high honor studentfor Sunday School Class and 1* a Howell and Tommy Smith.
Insurance Center the second six weeks per- member of the choir Activities of the preceding gave a demonstration on ""Chif

1121 West Jefferson iod was Ronald Tolar, An "A" Benny Fenn, a aenlor at week built up excitement for fon Nut demonstration Filled Cookies was SueVickers' t ROUNDSTEAK
the dance. Tuesday was named -
student, Ronald Is very active Greensboro High School was
both In school and extra curric- selected senior high honor student Claim Day; Wednesday was,,ple Crumble' 'and Sandra "AP-I
"Devil Ham
PAT THOMAS ular activities During the last for the first six weeks Order-Your-Corsag Day; Thursday Bery After one the on demonstrations ____ v' 89 e
rear Ronald won the district period. Very active in club was Exchange Day; Fridaywas rlub wai adjourned by "
INSURANCE. INC. and state Farm Bureau Talent work, Benny serves as Beta Male Day.Dress T. Suber, 4-H I..der.Audrt' ',
for the dance was In the
Contest and received a $100 Club chaplin and vice president ,
icholanhip. H. Is accompanist of the "G" club. Last typical Sadie Hawkins manner ) llumphrey
for the F. F. A. quartet and year Benny received the Junior Heads of the committees were Reporter
the Greensboro Glee Club. Ron- Class Honor Student award. He Dianne Peacock and Bunny GEORGE MUNROISIt

lilt also serves ss militant organist -also attended Boys State last Fletcher, decorations; PaulaWalker JUNIORS IN MUTING Florida Grade "A" |lb.[
and Janice Cantey, see
at the Greensboro Bap- summer As a member of the The nu-etlng was called to
tist Church. Beside playingthe Greensboro High School Band reshments; Betty Ann Shelter artier by the vice president In
piano, Ronald plays second Benny ranks a* bandsman 1st and Martha May, corsages; the absence of the president
One Stop Means cornet In the Greensboro High class and play baritone, 1st Mary Louis Lester clean-up. ,PelllY111111 presented the de- STEWING HENS 23.
School Band. chair ,notional due to the fact that
Complete Service An active member of the Sharon Proctor, senior high Mri. Clark was out of town.
F. F. A., Ronald Is raising an honor student for the second Mn W. T. Sober, adult leader
DIAL 627.7151 Angus steer for the Fat Cattle six weeks, Is an all around stu met with us. Demonstrationswere
Show to be held In April. In dent. She serves as treasurerof I QA I discussed and three werepresented
QUINCYrom October of 1963 Ronald won both the "G" club and the by different girls. A
the district corn contest and F. H. A. Besides her active fourth one was given by San-
work in school clubs Sharon Is Ira Woodbrry, a visitor of the
a" "A" team cheerleader and Double "0"lI Club, on how
band majorette. When she Is to make "Devil Ham Dip." Mrs.
c:2::: ::> not marching as a majorette Suber reminded us that county
with the band, Sharon plays demonstration day would beheld
(flute or piccolo In the band. on Saturday, March 7, and
Sara Marcus, a straight "A" encouraged ui to participate at
he meeting The meeting was

( I) third six weeks Sara Is a senior then adjourned.Kathy Brsnnon,

and valedictorian of her 4-H Club reporter
claw.. Voted the "most likely
to succeed" by her classmates
Sara has already shown outstanding New Views !Miles Womack

She serves leadership as president abilities of the CLOVERLEAF'-11 CLUB MEETS GIRLS To Tour State $100.00Pr \

senior class, president of the called to
The meeting was
iU' Beta Club and vice president order by Gen. Carroll clubpresident With 'Choraliers'The ,1
of the Student Council. Lastyear Belts
Gennle Lou
Sara was chosen as Junior JACKPOTLAST
Class Honor Student and play led the pledge. to the American Candler Chorallera, sing
ed a leading role in the junior flag Judy Breeden led the en from Emory Unlv..tt)'. uu_ u_
pledge to the 4-11 flag. Saris of Theology. WEEK'S
Candler School $150 JACKPOT
the four
play. pant yeah
For Progressive Growers. I she has served aa acorek per Wells stration.Introduced Kay Wolf the gave demon.a dent will Churchill ling at throughout various Methodist Florid WINNER EDGAR WEEKS 1 PureLARD
for the basketball team Sara Ia
how to soaks
onitratlon on Is Receives
Miles Womark of Quincy a Check
a very active member of the The demonstration .
J Greensboro Baptist Church: and Snlckerdoodlei. member of the choral group From H. C.
America's Finest Transplantei was given at the firs Directed by George Dunbar\ Klngry
serves aa assistant pianist. of the meeting so that It would: "the singers are all ordained, Manager ol Jitney Jungle
be finished cooking In time tou ministers the church and
A SPRINGSAFETY to eat before the end of UK' students In the theology school/ BONUS WINNERS -
meeting Several have majored in music Dare Dr.w
The corrections that wen undergraduate study and
as an M. Gr..n
mad to the Council Constltu. others have performed profes 20 Lb. $249Martha
By Jack: lloraa ion were read and the members sionally. Juanita Anderson
: voted to accept It, Mary The singers hive literally Mabel Woodward Con
Springtime Is runtime for slot Joyce Week called the roll and been heard around the world: ,
of people sine It means read the mlnutei. Jean Jordanwas ilnglng for the Methodist Series Jewel Houston
they'll be getting out of doonto selected to keep the club of the Protestant Hour
enjoy the warm sunablni scrapbook up to date. W* die Fhry have appeared on radio Whit.
and new plant growth. cussed County Demonstration ind television and have produced S.. AllRICE
But It also can mean a danger Diy. W* sang "..II Pep" and in U record album "Songs of
time If certain safety rules "Dlxl*" before the meeting was he Spirit" They arc the wore .
are not obaerved, says Ray Pet- adjourned for recreation hip choir for services at Emiry FLOURS
tie, safety officer with th. Florida Jean Jordan, University
Agricultural Extension Servce. reporterCtOVTRLEAF On tour the Chorillrn pr..
lent a balanced l program ollacred :
Pettls says most Important Iso : and classical music and'
haves "safe attitude. He -U'ER.1. MELT ome Negro spirituals that have'roved
describe a "..f. attitude as The Cloverleaf 4-H Club met >' popular with 8 Lb. 4geOLE
being constantly aware ol sale Tuesday, February 25, In the cross the region. 99C
: n" oo w t y rules, recounting that there home of Mrs John Carroll The Candler School.udl.ncIII\\ Bag
p.., __ are plenty of hazards in the outdoors Gene Carroll president, called logy at Emory: la i
and using all possible the meeting to order. Judy rating more Methodist mln(.1world.
precaution to avoid accidents. Breedea led the pledge to the sass the n ny seminary la the
TRANSPLANTERBIG Fettla civil three water safety '- Flag. Janice Gilbert gave More than 2,100 gradates -
tips: III carry a Uf* preserver the devotional Janlc Weeks of the theology school are
or belt while water skiIng ailed the roll. Mrs Clark, suet recently, serving The MiUioUit -
(2) don't overload your boat home demonstration agent was Church. 0 6 Oi. Ie
with passengers or us* too big with us. She reminds us of Patty
3 EXCLUSIVE FEATURES a motor, U get out of the water bounty Demonstration Day and Card ol ThanksWe
In an electrical storm and go that we should be working on

to your car. our demonstrations wish to extend a sincere
-- -- -- -- Breeden a demon-
POWELL PLANT POWEU AOJUmiU powni SJETER4RITI Judy give Thank You" to all our friends
"How To Make
WHEELS stritlon on red neighbors I for their cards,1nemortsia DELICIOUS IMP PRODUCTS
WATER SYSTEM INSECTICIDES irownles. Mrs. Clark gave an and other ..pr..1
t nMae.r" e.a... e_ M Mae l.,5.ad/MIJ/ $. "" _Maw se.o tut.. illustrative demonstration onDeviled Inns of sympathy at the time'
'" "" ; ..IIIOIMI4-- .+ tor Han Bh
DIp. gave
r.-t.oess,,.:NMI-.M.m sCu5 NKM VwH..M wN way we of. our truly recent grateful bereavement Were I CHICKEN HASH FREE !
1,,C.s. aM May. to| ,M WEED KILLERS The Charles Adams Family
suggestions on types of demonstritioos !

I w* could give. 1 CHICKEN CHILI Sample. In Our Store
Our meeting was adjourned
Some men think their fiml-
CHOOSE FROM rn) MODELS SOUTHERNCHEMICAL Jean Jordan, reporter lee owe them I lot If they take Friday Afternoon and
hem la a show one a year. I
All Day Saturday
AVAILABLE IN LIFT AND PUll TYPES Tb Leprechaun met Tuesay. BUTZEN Ekd'lie I

Sales & ServiceInc. Demonstration Offto

Louis Sunday,vice-president,
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I GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES Tuesday, March 17- Canning Center, 8 5; Life Under demlo he fort, following physician the at the death Fedaal of.; BIBLE VERSETO

and oonUnulnf t I TIlE AMERICAN WAY I writer., 12 noon, Kittreu" Restaurant; Quincy High Prison, Dr. Mudd volun-
THE CHATTAHOOCHM: TRiBUNZ School P.T.A., 7:30: p.m., QuIncy High School; Lions eered to do what he could to STUDY

I Published each Thursday (t 18 S. Madison Street Club, 7 p.m., KittreU'i Restaurant help and his work saved many vie-
\ ,ives. H. himself became a "Ye will surely lay unto ml
I A-John H. rtry Newspaper1STABIJSHED AssD Wednesday, March 18Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a.m., Foil .Im of the fever but he recov- this proverb, Physician, belt
ho s n
ItOIQulncy 1't L TELL )OIJ ,red and was later pardoned by thyself."
1Cni/t Office; Jaycees, 12 Noon, Kittrell'i Restaurant; Ex.
Florida NOM Tb RVN Resident Johnson 1. Who mid the above ..taleI .
I t4AAD change Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Gadsden County The expression "his name was trent
--.ow- "".'" girt Hospital Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gadsden County Hospital Mudd" ll based upon the experience I 2. To whom WM ht speaking
3. Upon occasion
On. VMr. MOO Two Veura JUO 81s Month $176J bVilNigS- : Marine Recruiter, 9 12 noon. Post Office. whoa* life of was wrecked sea his 4. Where may this verse be

J Hatrhlnte .. ..._- ......__ Puklnh heart broken because he Innocently found?

floe ClutnM ___ _____ Adwrtmng sad Ntwi I' practiced his professionIn Answer. T* Bible Verse
The National Outlook the service of his fellow man,
,the victim of the unreasonable 1. Jesu
r :hate of an Inflamed nation seeking 2. The people In hit home-
town of Nazareth
EDITORIAL By George Hagedon 3. Hli first visit to Nazareth
Mudd was never fully exonerated.
O"p IA c8TltN THE ENERGETIC MINORITY TOO LATE His pardon was basedon after. Inaugurating bit mlnlitry. -
his humanitarian services 4. Luke 4: 23A.DOUGLAS.HOME.
C 'rt'ON One of the Intriguing facetsof TO CLASSIFYBy during the Yellow Fever epidemic.
C'j Ica e the employment statistics Relatives have gathered VISIT
was recently highlighted In aDepartment I mountain of fact that show British Prim Minister Sir
r of Labor study Russell Kay his Innocence In recognition of Alec Douglas-Home, In hit |et-
showing that in May, 1063 The average person considers these facts. acquainted talks with President
"Revolutionary"To about IB million persons held Key West the southern limit of In 1990 a resolution passed Johnson, made It clear Eng.
two or more jobs an increaseof Florida, but the truth Is the by the Congress paid tribute to land will continue trading with
600,000 from the year ago boundary of the state extends Dr. Mudd and recognized his Cuba.
be against racial discrimination and racial seg estimate. By coincidence this 61 miles further west to Include unselfish service but mad no The main purpose of the An-
regatlon Is to be on the side of the angels. But to remain study was released shortly alter the Dry Tortugas, t groupof mention of his guilt or m Innocence glo-American summit was fur
silent or to stay your writing hand while a chance remains the monthly survey which coral Islands, given their of the former charge Johnson ind Horn to get to
put the number of unemployedas name by Ponce de Leon. The resolution war sponsoredby know each other before each Is
to defeat the Civil Right. Bill is to accept withouta of mid-December, 1963, at It was In Florida waters Dear Alvin M. Bently of Michigan caught up In the whirl of election
murmur the conversion of what has always been the 3.8 million. the Dry Tortugas that the United and Dante Faacell of Florida campaigns./
"Land of the Free" Into p police state. It would be easy to compare States Coast Guard recently and It was signed by President
the** two figures and concludethat captured the Cuban fishing vessel Eisenhower
Acceptance by the Senate of the s&called "civil i "moonlighting," as the and brought them to Key The United States Departmentof
rights" measure passed by the House would impose on practice of holding more than West where they were turned the Interior in recognition of Floor CoveringIncluding
ell Americans of all colors and all creeds farmers, 1964 one job is popularly called, contributes -. over to Florida authorities for Dr. Mudd' service, erected a
CarpetbaggerHis .
to unemployment. Union trial.Although plaque at Ft Jefferson, authorized Formic
homeowner., banks and bankers, employers of every spokesmen, and others, have seldom visited by by the Congress and In Its
sort, labor unions and members as well as hotel, restaurant sometimes argued that the pray tourists due to lack of transportation literature descriptive of Ft Jefferson Inlaid linoleum rubbe

and theater operator., the alien shackles of dictator opponent, however, might have beaten him coursged. Ft. Jefferson, Florida National Monuments vtavL eerkCounter
Is located in the Dry Tortu- slates, "Dr. Mudd, knowing!
hip. badly in a large number of States and won far more But this raises two questions gas and I* operated today asa nothing of President Lincoln's, Top
It would mean the end of labor unions as we have popular votes in the nation. And so it has happenedon First, the question of Individual National Monument by the sssaailnatlon, had set the broken .

known them and the loss to the rank and file of what several occasions that a man became President by, freedom: should the state (or the United Interior States Ft Department of leg of John Wilkes Booth Work
Jefferson was The Innocent
have come to be regarded In the past 40 years of struggle receiving fewer popular votes than his main opponent person anyone bow else many Intervene jobs to he tell may* planned aa a military base in of conspiracy physician and was convicted sentenced

os "labor' gains." Federal Gauleiters would be empowered A better system would be one which would allow hold? Second, the questions of defense of the American continent to life imprisonment at
In the fair name of "equal employment opportunity" the States' electoral votes to be divided along democratic fact: would s restriction on and the gigantic fortifications / hard labor." For nearly a hun AH TTP *
were Intended to rival Gibraltar. dred the
to reject the rights and obligations of closed shop contracts lines, in proportion to the popular vote in each moonlighting number of actually employed Increasethe persons The fort, built at a Dr. Mudd years hays been gathering of Expert Installation

collective bargaining, seniority and apprentice State. In this way, candidates would receive th. car-II ? cost of $61 million, was begun facts and fighting to clear his

ship. reel proportion of electoral votes, a* directly related to The advocates of a limitationon in building.1848 and Today was 30 It years 1* the In largest the- name fully and completely.

If the Civil Rights Act becomes law, the Equal national sentiment multiple job holding apparently brick building In the Western (&ER.BlITCH
Employment Opportunity Commission, which it create., give an affirmative answer hemisphere Nearly $12 billion I* Invested
to both these questions. This Used by the Federal In the motel Industry today h'.daisies .LwHf
decides whether not the work force of or employer government
or any every QUINCY seems to be baaed on the conception as a military prison during according to Quality Courts etti9cf'floe0A< Is in racial "balance" with the population of the that there I I. just a certain the period of and following President John Lacock of Da,.
area. If, with respect whites and Negroes, there are amount of work to be done. the Civil War, it was here that tons Beach.
CALENDAR OF EVENTSA Hence, according to this view, Dr. Samuel A. Mudd who set
be hired whites
too many Negroes job opportunities are limited the leg of the assassin John
fired, or both Seniority is of no concern, either in hiring Service the and equity demands that they Wilkes Booth following the assassination
should be rationed
with the among of
or firing. If the union cannot supply Negroes work force. President Lincoln
required skills, they must be hired outside. If they are not Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627.8518 was Imprisoned. I
Actually, there Is no end to It has been established beyond "WRAP YOUR ROOMS IN COMFORT"WITH
available, unskilled Negroes must be hired and trainedIn human wants. The fact that so any reasonable doubt that Dr.,
the jobs that skilled whites perhaps with high senIority Calendar is based on Information reported by club many Individuals are willing to Mudd was Innocent, for be did > ELECTRICBASEBOARD
bear the strain of working at a know at the time he treat
have been forced to Or, the "imboL :dtB
give up. secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding second job for extra Income that he was aiding the I
anc." may be vice! versa with similar result publication. proves this. Since the goods and man who killed Lincoln. However
If the employer fails to comply, retribution can be services needed to supply these the desire for revenge I' HEATERSBaseboard
wants require labor in their was so strong at the time that1'
terrible. In the of 99 of
and employers
swift case percent
Thursday, March Canning Center, 8 5 Alcoholics production, there I I. no fixed Mudd was charged with tiding sr
; y g
having contracts with unions, his contract may be cancelled amount of work to be done. The and abetting and although a wtt
and his firm blacklisted Anonymous & Al-anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St. extra Income of the moonlighters citizen of Maryland he was

This is but one aspect of the bill that a majority Paul's Parish House; Florida State Employment Service creates the extra demand tried by a military court in ..1
to match the additional output Washington, D. C and
9 3, S. Roberts St.; "Jaycees Bosses Night escaped
Committee describes
report of the House Judiciary os they produce. hanging by one vote but was
being 'In the most Ut.ral..n.. revolutionary, destructiveof 7:30 p.m., Jefferson House; Men's League Basketball: Unemployment, when It occurs sentenced to life Imprisonmentand

the very essence ci life as it has been lived in this Manning Taylor vs. Craig Oil 7 p.m., Quincy High Is due to artificial Inter sent to Ft. Jefferson.

country since the adoption of our Constitution." School Gym; Shell Oilers vs. Hydro Gas, 8:30: p.m., for ferences balancing with supply the meihinlum and demand During the Yellow Fever epI -
"**" I T
But, if you and enough of your countrymen write to Quincy High School Gym. In the labor market. It

both of your Senators NOW, and tell them to vote against Friday, March 6- Shrine Club, 7:30: p.m., Klttrell's Restaurant Is latloa not due on the to an amount Inherent of work llml- I ELECTRICAL

the Civil Right Bill, It will be rejected. ; Canning Center, 8.5; Junior Woman's Club, to be done. II Electric Heaters can bethe

1 la.m., Woman' Club House; Air Force Recruiter, In a free society It Is up to SERVICE I answer to your Heating Problems -
8 12 Post Office. every Individual to make the whether
A First StepAn choice between work and leisure it is one room or the

Monday March 9Kiwanis Club 1 Jefferson for himself.: It Is just-as'Outrageous 1 Anything from Entire House!
p.m., wiring II
encouraging series ol events Indicates advertising I to forbid an Individual I
mediums and tobacco companies are beginning to House; Order Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Building; to work as long as he wants as a house to replac SOLD AT DEALER COST

cooperate with the government's program to reduce health Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., Court ,It lake would be to compel him to I I Ing a light bulb I ,
another job when he I II
Room, Court House Scout 203
; Boy Troop 7:30 p.m., I "WE
hazard Inherent in smoking.The satisfied with the Income he has PAY THE FREIGHTT.EC.
National Association of Broadcasters has decided Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., First Presby. earned from the first Ike Shepard '

television programs should not depict cigarette smoking terlan Church; Blood Bank, 4 10 p.m., American It I. hoped that those hold- Members are Eligible for Installation
Legion Home, Ing s second Job are not to be
Allowance for the Installation
desirable habit for to
as a young people adopt. subjected to disparagement and at

The new advertising code opposes any conveyed Tuesday, March 10- Canning Center, 8.5; Rotary Club, hastily conceived legislative proposals of Baseboard Heaters.

impression that cigarettes promote health or are important 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic II aimed similar at overtime to those work.recently History SHELFER.BLITCHFURNITURE

to the personal development of youths. Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers, 7:30: recognizes that Individualswith CO. I IMAts I STORY ELECTRIC
This at least Is a start So is the decision oi the p.m., Clubhouse, Shadow Street more than normal ambition MS4SKM.

i American sports events Tobacco on TV Company and radio.to discontinue sponsorshipoi Wednesday, March 11Navy Recruiter, 10:30: a.m., Post and force energy In the have development been a driving of. I "".hou...Ph.155.6432 MAli ,..tOO I II 1100 W Jefferson MAIn 7-8686

An official explained the company consider smoking Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, (Ittr.II'. Cafe; ExchangeClub our country.

an "adult custom" and wanted "to avoid any appearance 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter, 9 a.m.,

of to ," Post Office.
appealing young people

These concessions give meaning to the SurgeonGeneral's Thursday, March 12- Canning Center, 8 5; Alcoholic CHEVELLE by CHEVROLET-a great highway performer

new education campaign to discourage young Anonymous & Al-anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St
people from smoking and to lessen hazard for confirmed Paul' Pariah House; Florida State Employment Service H'I:

adult smokers. 9.3 S. Robert Street Men' ..
; League Basketball: -
However, much more Is needed to make the program Championship game between first and second half : ... c.
really effective, including favorable action on legislation .. ,.,. ..;, .1J'
champs, 7:30 p.m., Quincy High School Gym; Junior C. ..t' I '..'
for more research toward finding a safer cigarette. Woman' Club Fashion Show, 1 p.m., Woman's Club '

House. j r z.,

Defense And DisneylandThanks Friday, March 13- Canning Center, 8 5; Pilot Club, I IMallbta

1 p.m., Jefferson House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 12 II
in part to the demands oi a freshman Congressman
Noon Post Office.
from Florida Sam Gibbons of Tampa, the I I

Navy has now announced that a large California de. Monday, March 16- Klwanls Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson

fence contractor has dropped its request for payment of House; Masonic Lodge Gadsden Chapter No. 30,

the undisclosed sum RA.M., Tal-Mar-Quin Council 23, 8 p.m., Masonic

The contractor was reportedly asking to be reimbursed Building; Social Security Representative, 9:39: a.m.,

for the cost for entertaining 12,000 employesand Court Room, Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203,

their families at Disneyland.A 7:30: p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop No. 148, 4 p.m., Maher 4-Uoor S.da+s Sn Sport Corps

storm arose over the question how prevalent this First Presbyterian Church.
practice is in all branches' oi the military In their handling .

of defense contracts
During the controversy Navy Secretary Paul Nine II I

had indicated the bill could probably be justified under a I

section ol the Armed Services Procurement Regulation "FRIENDLY TALK" ....h T

Of significance is the fact that the Defense Department SPOKEN HERE '

under prodding for a "dollars and cents" accounting iiiI. :- r
of the is its ": rn.L I
practice rHyc uatinq policy in such < !
matters as procurement contract _

Elections & Electors I' Soa,:' ._ "

Hectors will elect the next President of the United

States weeks after the November elections. Th. electors MehMi Sttrtr Sfort Cw CkrvtU, too t-Patttngtr Sistine Wt...

are among the unknown political personalities of our I helle
day. Few people can name the electors from their state. balanced performance is best!

Yet the system as set up by the Constitution providesthat Passing MnwrisiC .....t ttrtagh Chevelle means performance Chevelle let* choose Power
each State have number you
of electors
a equal to the
aplenty-standard 120-hp Six or glide, 4-peed manual' or
combined number of Senators and Representatives in traffic, sarfdca steps-Ch eyede coeds 195-hp V8-and optional at 3-spted manual transmission.

Congress.And an aromdl! cll.rrelet's'ew surprise extra cost, a 155-hp Six. a 220- Knowing bow people like the
the men actually: elect the President Of course hp Va, a new m- ..In. V8! But custom touch, we wrote out a
these electors are today largely automatic functionaries. package has what It takes to test a.y Chevclle's performance means loot net of extra-cost options
Don't let the
They do not exercise their Judgment a* to whom the best miles separating you and your driving chaOeng: Six e* VS eagtas more. ChPnlle'. a foot shorter knowing all this what's keeping -
friends ,
man Is They vote according to their State's majority become a language barrier. A telephone than the big cars And the space you from a test drive

Ii will a*) expressed in the November election. call can break that barrier so easily hefty brakes, Fnfl coil.....j-mi Chevelle save in sue comes off Certainly not

However, Long distance calls costs so little too. the ends not the middle. So it ,oar Chevrolet ..,:1==HI
!l theoretically they are not bound to do so. espe trim she that Makes the ttsst.*then I rides like you want a ear to ride. dealer!
cially after 9
\ And occasionally an elector expresses. free will and in PM. Phone today or tonight A orr.-.-----

I dependence.Aside I THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS CWvr W.ttmB .Cfc.Ty n Cottraff- Cotvtttb
from this possibility of difficulty, there is the
I I S tium ot Cluvrolel
your Skovroom
problem that elections by electors are not the purest Mar j
democratic selection.
Under the system as we use it today, all electoral ji
votes of each State go to the winning candidate in that MANNING TAYLOR CHEVROLET
State. If one of the major party candidate wins clove ,..; ;:;m Quincy Telephone Co I CO.

elections In the necessary number of States, be win 123 North Adams Street

the Presidency II I__ Qulncy. Florida

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As 'Rlfliti' Showdown Nears ed to I .
give Justice to minority Soclallit Omnibus Bill misnamed grass They may be full grown eliminated the need for shop MP\. MIRA. teMr DIFFER
groups, YOU hive been told i the Chil Right BIU -
before notice blades
Constitution'sFate you grass ping and service centers which
bill of good la sponsored and pushed under Congress reported!) has rleived -
the guise of do-goodlsnt The ,core eaten bark unevenly or foliage were Incomplete at ties
Few Americans, especially! contradictory testlmom'
Resting InSenate's phrases, 'guaranteeing rights, I stripped off In patches The new county seal and
businessmen realize that this
for minorities and "'Ddln, I item pus have been a clone on Ihe reliability of missiles'
vicious measure would concert 1 discrimination" cover Its real, >b erver, It will appear that thedamage other rowing shopping center from Defense Secretary M<"
Hands this nation Into a police slate taken the place of
aim the happened overnightfo which have
subjugation of 189 million l.
under the direction and control N'amara and Air Force hlef
the village now provide goods
Americana to an all-pow- control webworms, try
br T. Colemai Andrew of a powerful central government erfu: centralized ashington' ; : of SevlnVhltefly apeplicsttona 1 whkh were once available only of Staff Gen CurtU l eMay
IU effect would adversely b '
In metropolitan centers or >
Farmer Intern bureaucracy
RevenueCommUslnnrr affect everyone, black and \ causes yellowing of mail ordrr Informed sources on Capitol)
white alike If Congress paaaes the (:'nil follace of many ornamentals
Rights Bill ll 1, the United Stalc \l first 'Ou'll think that the The small city merchant Is 11111 report that the two differed
Th most Insidious piece of The bill baa been hailed In Attorney General will thereby plants are putting on a blaik- enjoying) a new prosperity not only I In their general estimates -
legislation In the history of our glowing terms by the Presidentand be mad a dictator with proc.,: raced act, when you discover a which ws something of a cooclsl of rellablhu but In
country U now being railroaded hat been paaaed In the tlcally unlimited powers Ills black film spreading over the accident However, he will Ihe specific figures they cited
through_Congreii Iti passII It li now before the "Inspectors" will swarm, snoopIng surface of the leaves This not automatically hold hi* po a* evidence. which thr\ gave
would destroy our rights to!Senate bill By IU action on this[ and prying over the countryside nut la a symptom of whlteflyand sltlon In years to come he may before the House Armed Sect"It's
our own lives the Senate will determine face the same threat which closed Committee
'''th as if Judictaior Warren not a cause ot 111 health
fate of the Constitution and
the village stores Metropolitan -
If you hR'- been led believe and his presumptuous usut- Back -- -
in the
o the freedom It guaranteesUs days of lye soapnade centers motloaer to
the ClvU Rights bill was design- pat loin wen not enough : at home with water from
evils are not concentratedIn him every year
proposed legislation goes
hardwood ashes and hog fat
nor are they confined to. far brjong the wildest hopes of housewives kept their But the small city merchanthas HAULING
the much discussed and highly the Socialist-Liberal. It 1m- ornamentala free from smut doorjard andwhitefllei advantage the vlllege store
publicized public accommodations' pairs the right of homeownersto never enjoyed modern and
.section vicious though be the sole judges as to of by frequent dish appllcalions complete stock, volume prices TRUCKINGALL
that section Is It becomes whom they will rent leas or a 1'1t'' this remedy soapy of yesteryear water Isnt If convenience to a large public
more and more evident that sell their and local for advertising
I homes; It impair the handy then try an oil spray .a newspaper
"Public Accommodations" Is a right of employees to hire or KINDS
red herring that has been used discharge as they set fU. It impairs The local retailer's position Is
to divert public I attention t from I the seniority rights of scarce' !. ever threatened when and Long Distance
the basic evil that runs throughall employees, union and nonunion he full)' informs his potential
of it like a fine electrical alike; and it Impairs the right public IIr his good and services i Furniture Insured
control wire ready to be charged of banks and other institution eCoMIJ,1JntJJ through advertising a job
whenever the Attorney General to make loan and extend creditin 'which the metropolitan retailer;
chooses to throw the switch accordance with their best does so well Sam
Like all such scheme, this Judgment. I' HulleyMAin
This bill can affect nearly
every Individual In the United The 1963 Florida Legislature
States Insurance AKIA-Miyor Arthur at the urging of the Peninsula 7-6433
: agents, realtors -
Holland of Trenton, N.J. and nil wile, EUiabelh, pack Motor Club
editors broadcasters lAAAt passed a
merchant -
their belonglnga with their daughter By Hutch
,Cynthia, as they prepare
*, manufacturers bankers measure which bar horses and
to move to I $7.000 house la one of the city's rundown Inter.racial other
The old-time off Interstate
farmers homeowners, techers, village which
neighborhood. Mayor Holland said his move la not apopulll1' centered around I school hlghvavs and the Sunshine S. ADAMS
recipients of veterans pensions, a ST.
one but be hoped It would stabilize the
area which la I
civil service workers couple of churches, and several stale Turnpike
Leon Federal Invites now $0% Negro and Puerto Rlcsn. The 41-year-old mayor I I.
You fo Attend social security and parentsof general merchandise stores
children attending school spending 10,500 for repairs on the over 100-year-old house. ire disappearing from the

even school board., themselves ---- --- -- American seen. The change TIMBER.
It would outlaw "discrimina Ilpl'I stems lid to many who recall .
'e-r. a duster and
"ORCHID FIESTA"5th The Ole Tin an arrayof the pleasant aspect of villagelife
tion yet, It dnesat even define chemicals
the word. Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely

If you find this difficult to Can Isn't WhatIt each Instructions founula is on Important.how to mix Be At the same time, the town, Contact Us Before You Selll!
believe, your doubts are understandable or small city, has taken on a
sure to read the label un each WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES!
Annual It seems Impos- Used To Be chemical container before blight new character which
lbl! What the far-reaching effect UI- more than compensates for the
of this legislation could lug paaalng) attractions of village Florida Forest Products Inc.
have been successfully kept It.. better to leave most foodsIn If the amount of the chemical! activity ,

ORCHIDEXHIBIT from the public, but It has, and opened tin can In your refrigerator you can place on a dim 1 Is The' small city, ten miles Call James L Stewart. Quincy 856-5494
time la short. than to transfer them enough for a pint of spray, don la
away now rloaer to a rural or call or writ
to glsM or plastic containers measure the' amount two
Tills evil plot must be def.lti i on family than the
ed. Once control of all American according to a Florida Agricultural nickels. Double dosage may be mil away, was thirty vlllega year, ago one P. 0. Box :305 Tallahassee. Flaw Ph. 2230669REPRESENTATIVE
life I I. centered in Washington Experiment Elation food harmful to you as well as to Fast automobiles I and good roads
ml< the autonomy and sovereignty -: plant
d of our SO United Stales Dr. Gerald Kuhn explains that Several pests may plague
will be swept away, modern cans are heat stcrlllred your garden at this time, according
if TsflslieiM" OrcM leaVy it The President as the Houseof and are .n.m.le-dln.lde to pre to J E Brogdnn. enloinolimliil -
Representatives, has vent any reaction between food with Ihe AgrlculUral
TALLAHASSEE GARDEN CENTER ed us. dl'lrrl'l and metal. Extension ServiceFor HE-ELECT
HortlulturalludQIS I The Senate therefore U example. certain night- '
our An exception Is fruit which
will fudge 501 N. Callioun Street o last hope If Its members cower may develop off.flavors and off- feeding beetles rat holes In _
before the winds of huterlawe colors after being exposed to lightly wrapped clusters of bud '
Saturday MarA 7tk will have had It. Fur the air Kuhn recommends that leaves of camellias When these d
CORSAGES AND President Impatiently awaits leftover fruit be stored in another leaves expand they reveal large
77 a. m. f* 9 f. m. the opportunity to put his signature container holes In the' follaiieou can W. M."BILL"
to the warrant that will Dievent this damia- -- wild- _no <.-hl...,->-r..
ARTISTICARRANGEMENTS Sunday, Morel Sri I consign us, our children and dune or DOT .
our grandchildren to genera GARDENINGIN bpldrr miles will\ tlulve dur
I p. m. t. 6 p. In. tions-long political, social and 0 ing dry spells ahead They rasp t tr

economic bondage.If FLORIDABy away the upper surface of many I
you want to continue ornamt-ntala and chang the

... ..SwYwwrdMwW"d e...y.,.t........MtWMUnfat your own life, write your governing Ilervey Sharpe, Editor healthy green color to a broni-
e a..e .a .eeeee hit .....11...... senators, both of them, and tell ed or grayish green. On of
.... Cs.r4wayr..Mneb.a.y" them so. Tell them you oppose Florida Airlculturat Fxtenaloa the several mltlcldes, such as
.,.. O..Ma a.a.mr 1IwI" ,, -._...a....e..N.1 10 this bill; tell them why. Do it Service o It'd lon, will halt the Invasion
:par'abas 5....... e.lot-sass.....IOW-" now Spring Is a revealing time of of mites.
the year Nature and humans Aphids are certain to be a
..ICe ,.....- TM M.r.a.prn.Aso wl.tMuAas .
TilE DRAFT 'REJFCT8': shed winter coats and show that problem where plantare
+sr HON -,lor c-__..
want'e. hoI4 'aun.and
many are expectingCongratulation ) succulent Thes lit. r
.. OnM f J'.WGmlut N ,__ Beginning In February draftees If tie feed
I are pests on the undersld
C_ii.,... who fall the mental tent expecting an Income : td; of leaves, causing them to curl INMAN

arc being urged to take the tlon.o and sometimes drop, Often a
special aid offered at public o Hut, If you are the average brood of aphtda/ will b* sucked
employment offices. gardener, you will discover that to death by blind fly larva.
In July, all 18-yesr-olds not I Insect arc not tax exempt If you can't wait for friendly Inserts
planning to continue their except for the three percent to fight your battles, then
I I i i J schooling or otherwise deferred sales tax on the chemicals to try controlling aphlda with mat
to will be ordered to prelnductlon discourage these unwanted alhlon, llndan or rolenraie
examinations as soon as theyregister births. Ant often protect herds ol 1 YOUR
This will help l to Idcnt A layette Is essential prior to aphids so that they can enjoy
Ify and aid the mentally defl a blessed event The layette for the sweet excreta of the aphlda. ..
dent. I the garden _Infsnt_ Includes a, Ho kllllnf ants may halo- eon---- '
trol the aphid
To control ants In the garden,
Iry a chlordane spray, WARN
ISO: Do not apply chlurdan
10 foliage or fruit that I* to be
eaten unless the poison will b*
removed at harvest time by
stripping or by peeling. TO THE
You can control ant In lawns
with an application of 1 table-
spoons of 50 percent chlordane -
p.r gallon of water, Tour
Ihe mixture Into the nest openng .
and on the area around the
lest. Then soak the area with LEGISLATUREsal
rater to wash the Insecticide
through the grouno and Into
the nest

A real lawn pest I* the s
7 webworm.

In These caterpillars greenish are about night-M feedig of- 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE LEGISLATURE -

an Inch long. They can eat more
than their weight In grasa each
light" yet look quite harmless) serving as chairman of tho important .
when found sleeping. near the

soil The surface newly" during hatched the raterpll-day. Agricultural Committee for 10 years!

tars CSUM very_little damage loSMI

Has served several terms on almost all

.. I

other important committees!

,..n ee.1wew i
... '-' I

Now! Proof that very early weed control builds extra com yield 30. //cat I Has served as County Commissioner and

fence Ports Sheriff of Gadsdon County!

EffectHe. control of early weeds In com V/s Inches high.The spray wont hurt the Tlr+ .r.lit.TRD
otters you a rail I opportunity to make young com. But your weed problem will rUf'J'T!w reed
extr profits ly eliminating weed com be eliminated quickly. ...became Alruine P''ou. rwyi
petition during the tint thH"I of works through both the 101..,.and root i ed .5eed: ,
com growth you can add II many H 29 of newly emerged weedk i ;.;'M..tad HE KnOWS THE NEEDSOF

extra buthel to your yield at harvett It'i easy to give, your corn Ihe advan. ;:-. 4 M 1 ..-
tntemive three year field studies nave tag of weed l control with"""IN.MoM .;' I
proved tt. sprayer designed for till farm can be
The studies alto thow that !tKer"s no med to do lilt |ob. or a CU'lOllloppl1co- '4 al THE PEOPLEOF
alternative' to early weed control, ,no tor can do the JOb ire you. r
Second chance to produce the camp. Atra/tne gives you a one-lpeay control -:!
table mulls let,. on In the season. If 'programan efficient and time-tavtnf wssv e.et
weed are allowed 10 compete with com way to end your weed prnMem. a..e by ts.e.sN M GADSDEN COUNTY

lot the first line weeks, bushels are Added bne.ls during dry weather

1oIc"...but"hhit cant be regained, In dry year, corn needs very bit ofmonture ......
t even tough the crop I II kept weedfreeor and plant fond rt can gel An
( the rest ot the teaion early .thorough job of weed control AND KNOWS

The beet early weed control with Alnnne dimmstei added strett ofwd

Alrsxine 80W herbicide applied/ at pUn competition in drought periods
Ing time or shortly thereafter gives com when morMure Is critical actor.: 1
wetly the kind of weed control needs Decide on Atrtilne Give your com a HOW TO FIGHT FOR THEM!

tor the vigorous early growth that's .*. M season of sure, efladive weed control -
tmtial for lop yield --control thai won'I let weeds pt Penta-Treated

A tingle! ipriy of Alratine controls most Started from planting to hervew.A4 .

annual' braedletf weeds and .._ your supplier fat full details and Posts are HE'S YOUR FRIEND AT ALL TIMES!
during eye Importanl early growth pe- for the new color: bootlet en weed con.
rind and through he __ trot with Alruine. Or were to Cgy.Ceigy your BIG

How te we Alratine AinrvkMral Chmhak 0IwiI00n
You can spray Arum as you plant Ce>gy them**! Corporation, Saw Ml Buy 1 YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDEDAND
either b brvadettf or In bend act the liver load, ct.Iey. New- y... &

sow. Or you can plant Am and follow up I' Post & Lurnlm
/I. with an application. taints normally
carries Afanne down to the weed MMtone. PrMvirlnej
1 ,: Mal thaMow cuNrvaoon or rotary maaXinUMf Hvy
t TeL 127407*
hoHng CM assure proper" placement of
I *.e NT.,... M moisture I Y *'bI&. Once Ah Aesltable *4

to ** sot AMttne Is absorbed: jhtfi mt..... mnmammimmmi *roots of fermmating weeds *
after tit. weeds break ground frey .. w raw rzn: STOUHavaM
Atranne alto centrals weeds when ap-
-. ,w4 any ewe until the weed are about
(Paid Political Adnrtlsln9)CADSDEN


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I Luncheon Given Week of Prayer, Garden Club Mrs. Douglass Brooks Birth AnnouncementMr.

Hostess At Bridge and Mn. S. E. Newberry
WOMEN'S PAGE For Miss Curry Self Denial Held Meeting SlatedThe announce the birth of a baby
Mri. Douglass Brooks entertained boy on Feb. 22. He weighed

Miss Msrfiret Lawson Curry There was an average dally Quincy Garden Club will the duplicate bridge club nine pounds and four ounces
bride this week st her home. This and hal been named Darrell
elect, the
Inspiration attendance of thirty-five womenat
Personi having Items of social nature are urged to can for a beautiful one o'clock the Week of Prayer and Self hold the general meeting Thursday was master point game and Maurice. Mrs. Newberry I I. the
Mrs. May S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 luncheon Saturday when Mrs Denial for World Mlwlons last March 10, at 8 p.m. st the five tables of playen partici former Cells Cloud of Quincy

Joe Lactic of Attspulgus and week st the First Presbyterian Center, with the president, Miss pated. Sandwiches, dips, cook-
her daughter, Mrs. Bailey Brln- Church. Mrs. Don May, chairman Evelyn McDonald presiding. lei cake and coffee were serv
son Montlcello and Mrs. Sylvester was In charge, The week Program chairman, Mn. Douglass ed. Novelties were awarded for THOU HORRID
Presbyterian Woodward Quincy and began with a sermon on Mis- Brooks will Introduce Barry prizes.
Mrs. D. Livingston, Bainbridge alone Sunday Mondiy mornIng OUInser. who will talk and Winners were Mn. E. C. AGE SPOTS4FADE
Circles Meet entertained in her honor si' Mill Katherine Brown had ihow films on hit trip to Europe. Love and \Mri. W. E. Middle-
the home of the former. Love the thirty minute program, Mn The public Is Invited to attend ton, Mn. Mercer Bishop and
Circles of the Women of the ly arrangements of early spring Phil McMullen and Mn. James Mn. Jack Richardson Mrs. Arthur
First Presbyterian Church met lloweri and vsrlgsted camellia Vlahaffey Tuesday Mn. E. CLove Following the program refreshment Flxel and Mn. Tod Belt
were at Interest points throughout Wednesday and Mri. Lanier -
:Monday. Several Psalms were will be served.
used ss bull of the Bible study the party room Richard IOn, Thursday. Fri Tally Club Meets
A bowl of camellias centered day morning Mn. R. G. Martinof
tin subject
and EvsngelUm was
of the programs.Circle the larger table. Place cards Pensacola, who it Synodical 1 Afternoon Party With Mrs. Embry
which Mri. Fount were of bridal design. Chairman of World Missions,
1 of
The hostesses/ gave the bride gave a challenging talk on her Mn. Faun Embry entertainedher
Is chairman, met at For Miss DossMrs.
Jr I
:1Yh: of Mn. May with 11 elect a linen tee set, ss a memento tour with a group to Korea, Japan bridge club the Tally, Wednesday I
of the el afternoon. Early spring THEM our
Bible lesson occasion. : Mrs. Fount May.. Jr .1
in attendance. The and Among the 12 guests were gave the devotional. Carl Fryer entertainedwith flowers were st points of interest Weathered brown spar
vas moderated by May the mothers of the engaged At conclusion of the. sn Informal afternoon par Preceding the game she on thesurfae* of your
}.In. Louis Dooner gave the emphasis couple, Mrs. J. M. Griffin and a coffee hour was held program ty Saturday In honor of ruts served a dessert with coffee. hands and face tell the world you're/
on Evsngellmn. Mrs. Sidney Johnson and the Mrs. Alvah Bryant In with Jo Ann DOM bride elect, at her \Mn. Linton Munroe, a guest, letting, Fade old-perhaps before you really
Shaw charge. them
Circle 2, Mri. C. R. ,, home Ward Street. White' ere away with new
honoree's grandmother, Mrs. on won high score on this aces. ESOTERIC, that medicated:
Jr., chairman, met with MrsJames Mrs. Don May Wit also In magnolias effectively cream
Fount were arranged
May Sr. slon that breaks of
mattes pigment
with 13 In at charge up on
Mahaffey of s play which the In the .
living room.The I the tkin makes hands l look while I and
t nd.nce.If\ r.. Tod 1k"1l1ed the WOC presented at the Men'Supper
!young again. Equally effective on the
rn dining table, which
Bible discussion and Mri. Francis BridesElectShare on Missions, with SO In covered was Mrs. S. H. SolomonIs face, neck and arms. Not a cover-up.
MI'CaIl, the emphanlt. attendance. II by a handsome white Canasta Hostess Act In the skin-not on It. Fragrant.greawleu .
linen cutwork cloth, was centered ) bate for not tenins.lubrlcat.mg .
Circle 3 of which Mn. E. C
Honors Following the family night by a sliver and crystal I akin as it clean up those bless
Mahaffey It chairman met with supper which was attended by'!' epergne of white camellias and \Mn. S. II Solomon entertained uhes. At leading drug and toiletry/
Mri. Howard Woodward with 10 125: two graduate students from I mums. From the illver service. the Friday afternoon Can .counters 12 plus Ux.U you have these.
members present. Mrs. Ned Miss Tee Munroe and Miss India who attend FSU were on' on one end of the table, Mrs rats Club at her home. Camellias lie-revealing brown spots, blotches
Illnaon was Bible moderator Margaret Lawson Curry, brides the program. Arthur Macon and roses were at Interest or If you want Clearer lighter akin;
and Mrs. Raymond Boyd talked elect, shared honors s delightful poured. points. use ESOTEIUCA. At all Drug Stores!
on Evangelism. seafood luncheon given at Among the 20 guests was the
Circle 4, Mn. Sam Myrlck the restaurant at Boosters Bridge LuncheonFor mother of the honoree Mrs. W. Mrs. Carey Franklin, s guest,
chairman met with Mini Louise Landing, Lake Seminole yester D. Du... won high score and was sward CROUCH'SREXALL
Qiuulerman. There were 10 day. Hostesses were Mn. Maxwell Miss Curry The hostess presented the ed ear rings and necklace. Holder
present. Mill Katherine Brown Strom, Mn. R. H. Struck honoree a cookbook si s memento of low Mn John Hayes received
was Bible moderator and Mrs land, Mri. Kenneth Maxwelland of this delightful party. costume jewelry also. DRUGS
T M. Cumbie talked on Evan e. Mn. Byron Suber. Place Charles Mrs. Sam Hlgdon and Mn Mri. Fain Embry and Mrs Following several progression*
gelism. cards were highlighted by anchor entertained with George Bates assisted the hostess the hostess served sn attractive Qutncy, Florida

5, designs and the centerpiece a bridge luncheon Friday at the I party plate.

Circle 5 In .
Mri. Huston Rogerschairman ,, was formed from seashell home of the former In honor of serving.Girls' --
met with Mri. Kenneth Miss Margaret Lawson
holding flowen with mow Curry,

1 Thomas visitor with lending.11 mombcrisnd Mrs t. -- drops nating. and camellias predomi I bride Driage! elect.iiDiei: Each was of centered the three by I! Auxiliary

Jnon Gregory led the Bible hostesses the honorees s pair of while/ satin covered
Miss Elizabeth Clark gave Elects Officers-
discussion. The president I Mn Mary appropriate gifts as mementos' hearts with satin ribbon and
Bob Davidson explaine4
the of this nice luncheon pink camellias it the base. Tally -
Mr. and Mrs. EL T, Clark of announcelh.
Constitution and By Laws and Quincy engagement place The
Among the 24 guests cards were of bridal newly organized Intermediate
the plans for the change in the of their daughter, Mary Elizabeth to Terry Don mothers of the engaged couple were,|design. Girls' Auxiliary met st

set up of Women's Work. Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bailey of Bloua ts- Mn. Mark Munroe, Jr., Mn The dining table had ai s centerpiece the Thomas Memorial Churchon
Circle 0, the Business Women town. Miss Clark Is a graduate of Quincy High School, Ned Hinson and Mri. J, M. Griffin s two tiered epergne Monday, March 2 at 4 o'clockwit .
met Monday night at 8 and Mri. with cupids hthelr leader Mn. C. R. Ab-
Sidney Johnson
attended Lively Technical School and Is
o'clock at the home of Mn presently employed
and pink ney. The meeting was called to
Fount roses stock
May Sr. and
llarbeit Gregory with 11 prei by the School of Business at Florida State Uni grandmother of Mica Curry. dragons. snap order by their past president recommendsV
ent. Mn. Fred Nordhaus I I. venally Her fiance is a graduate of Blountslown High Following Sharon Cox.
chairman monthly emphasis.and the talked Mri. Robert on the School attended Chlpola Junior College and Is now Luncheon For enjoyed. Mri. Linton Munroe was, I The new officers that were

Vickers wn Bible moderator. employed by Martin's Funeral Home In BlountstowTh. I who won high wore wu award elected Shofner are vice: President- Faye our Sanitonedrycleaning
wedding will be an event of May 2. Miss Munroe ed a novelty. I leen Weeki; president- Csr-
I The honoree and Miss Tee ; secretarySharon
University Group 'Munroe, another bride.elect. I Cox; program chairman Martha -

Selects Miss Fletcher Junior Woman's McPhersons Are Mrs W. M. Robinson Jr. and were given personal gifts by Cox, treasurer Billie Sue
Miss Sunnne Mn. J. Lloyd Massey entertained their hostesses. :Carter; prayer ch.lrmanPaula
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 1L ,Board In MeetThe Honored On 25th with a beautiful one o'clock !\fl'l. J. M. Griffin and Mn. i Flournoy; forward step and
Fletcher of Greensboro was selected luncheon at the Jefferson House Sidney Johnson, mothers of the publicity ch.lrmanJo Ann
by PI Kappa Alpha at I In honor of Miss Tee Munroe, engaged couple were among the Fletcher: stewardship chair process
etstion University, Ueland, executive board of the Anniversary whose marriage to Wilson Hln guesti. I.manRochelle Weeks; committee
si Dream Girl of 1964. Miss Junior Woman's Club met Feb. son will be an event of April. missions chairman Jo-
Fletcher i It s sophomore at Stetson 28 at the home of Mn. David Mr. and Mn. Truman McPhennn Pink camellias In a unique Luncheon For I Ann landa Gleaton; mission study- We are proud of the
Chester; social: chairman- Handmacher
arrangement centered the table.
and maintain a B average Burnt with a good attendance were honored on their Elaine Ritter. endorsement of
in Pan college Hellenic work and li active In The president Mn. R. L. Mas- 251: h wedding anniversary Sunday ilgn.Place cards were of bridal de- Church Visitor The date for the next meetingwill drycleaning our quality Sanitone
representing PI and
Bets Phi Sorority In Stetson try, preiided. The secretary, with s beautiful tea given Among the 10 guests were the be Monday March 16th live to it In process we
Pan Hellenic Council. Mn. Brady McClellan read the by her parents, Mr. and Mrs mothers of the couple, Mn Mn. R. G. Martin of Pensa The meeting was adjourned and up every way. Let inllf
minutes and the treasurer, Mn i W. L. Presnell and Mrs Prelnell' Mark Munroe, Jr. and Mrs. Ned cols who was here for a mla- refreshments were served. us show the you how we can
renew life
lion program at the First Preibyterlan I your clothes
Bill Rogers made her report. tinier, Mn. llazel Pararoof The hostesses gave the bride Church was the honoree with our Sanitone dryclean
Photo Studio & I An Invitation from the Chip- Tallahassee. Guests were elect linen ai a memento of this at a beautiful one o'clock Therapy Party ing. Call on us today

ley Woman's Club was issued to greeted by Mn. Gladys Thompson lovely party.Church. luncheon Friday when Mrs. Don
Flower I the club to attend the Annual end directed to the receiv I May entertained for her at her Termed SuccessThe tf'T>, Suitbr
Shop Fine Aril program March 19. ing line which was composedof Women home. Early spring flowers and a a.rbnr serrla isnom.olwg
Mr. and Mn. Pretnell, Mr camellias were it focal points therapy party which the
Sam. Management, The program chairman announced and Mri McPhrrson and their I In the living and dining roomi. Quincy Garden Club sponsored
Sam. Location that Fred Parson would son and daughter In law, Mr. Honor Bride-to-Be. Twelve guests enjoyed this at the State Hospital In Chat-
Over 20 Years talk on "Problems of Wives sndMothen" and Mri Neal McPherson of party with the honoree (who tahoochee Thursday was quite aIUcctll.
"We I at the meeting Friday -Tallahasnee.The 1 Thursday night the Women[often visits In Quincyf.Fount Delicious refreshment.
AppreciateYour March 6. refreshment table wai of the Presbyterian Church, were served and a beautiful
Business"Phone I The Fine Arts program will\ covered by a lace cloth and Cretna entertained with, a Mays Honor camellia presented each guest
6276233N. consist of the modeling and centered by the .three tiered miscellaneous shower In honorof Senior The Melodettes and the Dlx.
I'judging of winners In the sewing cake which was beautifully decorated Mill Margaret Lawson Curry Play Cast leland Band furnished the J
Adams St., Quincy contest the club li participating A mInIature bride and bride elect of Sidney John- Following the Senior entertainment.Those musical -
In. __ ___ groom were poised on the ion of Gretna. The annex Class
___ __ top. Play Friday night at the from the Garden IrOIYOUMMMMITS
Silver candles In ranrtH.hr.flanked building wa. the setting for High Club
i the cake. ------- the shower and was attractively School auditorium the members going to the party were Mn
of the cant and their dates J. Q. Kelly therapy chairman,
BELKHUDSON'SIn I fiend, Mn.the llazel silver Pararo service on one The table which with spring wa. covered flowers.by enjoyed a party at the home of Mill Evelyn McDonald, president DRIVE //
poured Mr. and Mn. Fount of the .m
May. Dancing Quincy Club, Mrs
and Mri. Bill a white linen cutwork cloth was -
punch from the Premell crystal bowl served centered by an epergne of csmelllai. was enjoyed with Tommy Douglass) Brooks, Mrs. C, T. \arrow IN Leaner3
onthe Smith
other end of the On one end was the playing the drums and Straughn and Mrs. Harold Bevla.
'Trays of tiny cake squares and punch bowl and on the other Tommy tar. llowell the electric gui Members of each circle furn CORNER MONROE AND CRAWFORD STREETS
:compotes of null and mints were silver trays of cake squares Iced ished the sandwiches, cookies
QUINCYpetti also on the table. In bridal design, compotes of Refreshments were served I and punch 11 well ss the flow QUINCY. FLORIDA
\ nuts and mint. during the evening. ers. .
An arrangement of purple !
The bride
I Iris and elect wn seated on
yellow carnations
with a throne and
lacy lighted fern the illver sprayed high for a Night. On one side of her ,, '- ". ,:r11i: ITi
living room man were her mother, \\If.... J. M. VALUE/

II tapen.tel.std Thli candelabra was balanced holding by s diver cry. Griffin and,grandmother sister, Miss Jane. Fount Curry Out standing

r May Sr. and on the other side
I The gust book was on a table lien Sidney Johnson, mother of
+ tkPtbt s crocheted cloth the groom to be and othen,
l W+1+ ,''day.I Din Edwin Sun. beautifully forming a court decorated of honor.basket A MALDNE GLAMOUREST

z I The honoree received beau filled with lovely gifts was then
t f tiful and useful gifts, Many presented the honoiee.
t Kre friends and relatives called between Several bridal contests were aJtCl how
the noun of three thirty enjoyed preceding the corona ... you tfowi choice o
Yi 1 I and five to congritulats the tion.
couple and wish them
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Episcopal with Injs Mn between John selected Patronis homes acting. HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS I Z. T. Sumner 28, II I I HD Leaders Mrs Hair Huih tare liance Skin and'Former Resident 'work In the organization. Mrs.

Kroajh I I. a charter member of
|u coordinator. The discussion Mrs Hob Hoi nunFri':
Church Of Wilma Dies Present the local club which
StudyA Receives was
Notesfrom Honor organized *
sessions will be led by; the Rec Mn Jean :Nixon Jewelry and
three She ha)
14 Points I years ago *
tor; the hospitality arranged B, nerved aa an officer or board
Marjorie B. Grriory Sumner of study In charm wa presented Mrs Marjorie G"lorrSum. Mrs onion Kroeh of South
SL Paul through her. Interested persons C.kl'drJ'IOs it2\ I member continuously sine that
to Home l
are asked to get In touch with Home Demonstration.nt w man Sioux City. Nebraska, was selected -lime Shei/ the Immediate
ThIs weklcki oft our pro. Mrs Patronis In order to geta Gadsden County Hospital members of the County by outstanding Jar.Ktte: of .
SEW ORLOV SWEATERS Born In Liberty County, Mr. Clothing Leader and others l past preildentMr
South Sioux
of fix Cltv 1)Ihto South
the sites of the
inquirers on various
Instruction WASH BETTER TITAN Sumner member of the from each club on Tuesday February Edenfield Child
was a Sioux City organization of
meetings Since our Kroeh l Is the wife of
for the Those
year young people DRY CLEAN Wilma Baptist Church 25 at 2 p m. at the Cloverleaf wives of Junior hamber of .
Junior Choir has done such a Gordon K Krogh a businessman *
who are Have had waiuV Funeral services were conducted Room. County Home Demonstration Succumbs Here
being prepared remarkable job in the singingof you difficulty : Commerce member :: of South Sioux City The
for Confirmation lug orlon at 3 clock Tuesday afternoon [ Clothing Leader Mrs
are meeting the Choral Evenson serviceson your new aayelle I couple ban one win, David Gordon *
with me each Tuesday afternoon acrylic aw'eater* If so. you must In the Lake Mystic Baptist Kenneth Thomas. served as Mr*. Krogh will represent ,
Sundays and has matured Graveside services were eon rough months old
at 4:15 p.m Because of remember that this fiber If one Church with the Rev. Clarence chairman of the planning committee South Sioux city In state wide Mn
rapidly, Howard Krogh Is
ducted for Edenfleld
'A'e are about to launchsouther Joseph a graduate of
the large number which will stretch LangMon and the Rev. She was assisted' by competition for the title, "MrsJaycee
of Interestedadulu as long as it '
experimental choir this II months, at S o clockTuesday Quincy HUh School and Florida
we will la wet It Bob Richardson officiating Burial Mrs. Jack CoMnnton and Mrs of Nibranka
be or even slightly damp
meeting on time State
Including only first and afternoon at the Providence nlvernlty She I I. the
Friday evenings at 8 p.m. These second graders This group must be handled a little differently was In the Lake Mystic Alex McMillan, Home Demonstration Cemetery with the Rev She was chosen by a \local( daughter of Mr ..nd1...*, t. N.
meeting will not be exclusively will be practicing each Wednesday than other orlon acrylic Cemetery with the Butler-Morgan Agent, Mrs. Marjorie H C. Meador officiating Interment committee on 1 the hauls of liri SI"II I II l "1u rieasint
for those seeking knits. Funeral Home In chargeof Gregory and club clothing leaders -
Confirmation afternoon (mm three to followed In the ChurchCemlOlt'l'
but for all who are Interested three-thirty Wash sayelle sweaters by machine arrangements.. In making plans for the I
fn the faith and p.m. with Mr. Jacobs and tumble dry Survivors Include his mother study )
of the and Mrs NORTH
overseeing The Edenfield child born In GAS CORP.
Use wash-and-wear Mrs. Sumner of Wilmafour The
Episcopal Church In whatever rehearsals The Executive a setting Dock. .program Dreaented Included .
Quincy, pawed away Monday at
At high water level, and wa.It'r. brothers Audrey von
nay was the warm :
cane last year, I Board of the EYC will Tower Joe Sumner the Oailxien County Hospital MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE
*'e will.be rotating these meet- ,meet this Sunday afternoon at Turn the sweater wronj Sumner< Jewel Sirs Marjorie GI't"OfYIntro GAS
- --- 5pm, side out before ashing Use. Wtlma, Dempsey Sumner, duction Survivors Include his parents
day and Tuesday Next Sunday evenings, Mon-, the detergent and water condition Tampa, and C B. Sumner Mrs. Jark Co'lnaton'our Inner Mr. and Mrs James Fdenfleld Ca Range Prepare It Better .
SEPTIC Brooks AFB, Texas, and two Glow of Greensboro: one sister, Miss
TANK Assistant Warden of the inter- er.A Water Heater
fabric softener added to sisters, Mrs. Shirley Kent and Kim Larae Edenfield Greensboro -,
SERVICEVACUUM national Physician Order, of St. Luke of the the rinse water keeps the garment Miss Sarah Sue Sumner, both Mrs Vergle B.tt'm.nAln : one brother, Bryan Ed- O ThermolaLre. &
Church a priest the soft and minimizes atatiaTumble of Wilma. Charm enfield, Greensboro; and his Dearborn Ga
in the Union of South dry at low drying temperature -- Mrs Mertls Mitchell Social paternal grandmother, Mrs I HeatersNorqe
Africa will be
v conducting aHealing Tumble until completely Resident Graces Lucy fcdenflrtd. Greensboro Washer .
Mission at St. PaulsChurch dry, plus an additional five Malone Mrs. Alex McMillan Your pos The Butler-Morgan Funeral
in Albany, Georgia 1 I lure and motion, assisted RCA Whirlpool Dryers
minutes with a cold temperature by )Home was In charge of arrangement
encourage any of my' readers setting Dies February 22 Mrs Billy Yon Peacock *, I
who may have the time and the Remove Immediately afterconlin Mrs. Kenneth Thomas Your RCA Whirlpool and

means to go to hear him to ,. Mrs. Eva Thomas Burroughs outward appearanceMrs Norg Refrigerator COOK WITH GAS
do so This Is a follow-up to Sa>'rlle may also be washed 81, resident of Malone, pasted W L. Ford- Short and Help Is available for the problem
the fine mission conducted by Medium Frame drinker who recngnlars his 24 HOUR DELIVERY ,
by hand and should be If the in ChatUhoorhee Sat., TRUCKS RADIO EQUIPPED
Dr. Price, the Rector of St. garment fades or has delicate away Mrs O L. Adams Large difference from the social drinker
home of ht'rdau.ht.r.
Feb 22 at the
Stephens Church, and Wardenof trimmings Just remember not Frame For Information contact the 112 E. Washington Street Quincy, Florida
Mrs Fat SheppardMrs.
CLEANED the Order last year In the :to wring or twist during washIng Burroughs was I member Mrs. J, U B.rlnl"uIt. Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation Telephone 6276034
REPAIRED same church This past or rinsing Rinse In warm of the Friendship Baptist |Mrs Walter \\.uon- dloves Program P O Box 1147, Avon
week, in
addition to
seeing me and Hamlbaga Park I
containing a water conditioner
In bed the Church In Malone, She was a
greater part of the : then rinse In water .
containing native of Georgia.Survivors
627-8403 week with one of these virus a fabric softener
Include another
stomach disorders, was one of Roll sweater In a towel to
those weeks when out-of-town remove daughter, Mrs. O. 1L Brarry of I
excess wster Albany, three sons, Ben and
Nights 627-6866 company comes. with visitors Bunch the and
garment spread
from Ralph of Malone and Frank of
South one Carolina of my parlshn In It loosely on a flat service. Do Santa Clara, Calif. two slaters.'i
being with us not dry on a towel and do not
QUINCYVAULT Sirs Dave Sheppard of Tallahassee
Thursday to Saturday, and
handle until sweater la completely
and Mrs Eula Boyd. of
visitors from the other
being .
dryOrion Ga two brothers Home-Owned
CO. with ;
us Saturday and Sunday
sayelle be
Ernest Harden of Wewahltchka
VAULTS MONUMENTS It Is so nice to see these people cleaned, although preferably; It and Ellis Harden of Lakeland Plenty
again The latter group should be washedTuesday .
half Ward Harden
MAINLINE DRIVE were combining business with of Memphis, Tenn. ten grandchildren i COLE
pleasure KING
QUINCY me to help having them come find to a new ask Club Meets I .and several great grandchildren __ Parking Space

Rector to replace my_successor' With Mrs. Carl Spooner Funeral services were held at

Mrs Carl J pm. Monday Feb 24 at theFriendship
I Spooner, Sr entertained ;: For Your
Baptist I Church with
TOBACCO GROWERS ;: I bridge club Tuesday this week afternoon Camel the Rev. Bill Flury officiatingand FOOD STORE

has, roses and potted planwere ts the Rev. John R. Martin,

D-D Soil Fumigant has boosted Winners at points of interest church assisting_Burial ete"" Clark-inn was in the ConvenienceQUANTITY
high !score and
bingo received Morgan Funeral Home bad
yields for 15 profitable novelties.
years Following three progressionsthe charge of arrangements

-and it's still the No 1 fumigant in 19641h' hostess served an attractive Airs is Morris Peterson of Quincy -I RIGHTS RESERVED
party plate with coffee Dur- a grand daughter of the

ing the game she passed Coca deceased
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"I" ''' Colas I Dixie CrystalS Fabulous Ga. Grade A

,'. Mrs. Joe SpitzIs NHS Donates

Bridge Hostess Most To Drivo
Mrs Joe Split was hostess to FAB3Large
.her bridge club Wednesday afternoon -
| The Teen-sge March of

. Arrangements of mums, sne p- Dimes Drive, headed by Patsy I
I dragons _and gladioli were at May, came to a close on February
points or Interest 15, with the National Honor
Mrs Fount May Jr. won high Society contributing the most
and money! from Quincy High
was awarded
j a novelty
; Sihmil 89c
The hostess also had a tableof The clubs that participatedand ,
canasta In honor of Mrs. Leo the amounts they contributed 1 I)
Bait of Scarsdale. N. J, Mrs are as follows: National
N. B. Jordan was high Honor Society $184 61, Junior
? 1 winner and received a Fxchangetle Club- 1109, Key I Como
Club- 113, school.wide drive
!Mrs Bait was remembered
ssw- : personal article, (also sponsored by the Key
Club)- $8794 and the "Beau
During the TISSUEH29c
game coffee
snacks were served tiful Legs' Contest sponsoredby \
Patsy May and Martha May,
her assi.lantl$7.00) This
Mrs. Maxwell Strom comes to a total of over $3(10 U N.B.C.
1 Lb Box
"tS'-'- 'Hostess At Bridge Although the Junior Eachangit -)
,. did not have a project ,of
Mrs Maxwell
II lamed her heir own, they helped In
Wednesday afternoon city drive "nnlll SALTINES 29c
bridge club at her home. b'll.cln
In stores '
Camellias and daffodils were the//
at Interest points the money left In them IIY
Mrs James Johnson Palsy and Martha worked
was high der the direction of Howard Mayileld
score winner and Mrs. W r. Dean head of the county drive.I
Bettls, a guest,
won low. Mrs
One of their job was stuffing
Johnson miniature was cookie awarded cutters a box and of 10000 envelopes.When asked: I CORN Can 10c
comment on
I Mrs. Bettls, note paper ,the month.long drive Palsy replied I
At conclusion I
of three
progresslons "I feel that It was a "'I'Jlucc..alul
the hoeten
Come In or call attractive party plat?.servan drive sincere I would liketo Meat !
express my appreciation Specials
to everyone who coaspcrated I
who leaves this week Meanwhile and especially my asslaU. ..
I am continuing to workon ant, Martha May"Havana
r( GADSDEN FERTILIZER CO. an Instructional manual forConfirmation I Tender Beef!

which now runs
Lake Talquln Road Phone 627-7222 to some sixty manuscript..., Man In '

.. but la going to have to run to LIVER3IbsI.00
\ at east twice as many before I Jump Exercise I

I am sat.. I lined. __ ___
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,I Fort Buckner, Okinawa _

,Army Opt Emory O WeatbI :
I erly I Jr, 20, whose parent live i iI J
In Havana, participated In Cserclse E
I Army-Navy-Air Force training
i exercise on Okinawa which ended -I
Feb 23.During .

I Division the operation Task, a Force 25thInfantry SAUSAGE

l(6 + w was airlifted to Okinawa where
,!' s, they picked up heavy combat'
arm and equipment transported
"tr to the Island by ship of the
r Military Sea Tr.napnrIIfon-
3 lbs! $1.00
r ice. They Joined military personnel
attached to the U. 8
r Army Ryukyu hl.neb. tor simulate -

; antlguerrilla warfare es. Economy Sliced R

I northern Company ', 0 N3IbsI.00

I the 173d Airborne Brigades
173d Support Battalion at Fort'
Burkner Okinawa I II
t-- I II. entered the Army In IHt
and was stationed at Yuma Test
Station Arlxons, before arriving
I ors this tour of S Pound
duty last'jn., I

Certainly, we makePERSONAL I The raptalA I* a IfSS gradual FRESH PRODUCEU.
of Havana High School sadreceived
a bachelor of science I S

LOANS degree in 19)9 from the University S. No. 1 WhitePOTATOES
of Florida In Gaines- C
vile.l .

This is a personal cerrloe bank. And I ills wife, Betty, I* with him
per on Okinawa.Mrs. I
onal cash needs are sinewy given top priority I 59Ltmlt

here. If you need oath now tot any useful pur. Wilhoit Hostess '!

poee such .. .
At Family Dinner

\ Inturance P,..;.... V Appliance Purciiaie Mr*. Alice Carry WtlhoU entertained 10 Lb 35c j
with a family disable Bog
at the Jefferson KOHM Bus-
V A Medical Emergency V Tai Paymenb day, before reuintfif la her 25 b
homo U PesuMOla after apa4-
log two week her*. 1 With Green CrbpLettuce
V Automobile Repair V Educational Eip... Among the out of town gu.tli
were Mr. and Mn rVrll/g wit 100 or More
Mat of T.U.uIer' 2 39c
call or oome in to find out about our father, Mr. Denary ., Jadla_ Food Order '

fact .service low ratee, convenient terau.
Birth Announcement !

Mr. and Mrs. Jo G. Kings I

CITIZENS BANK of butt Mobil of a,son.Ala eat aauMuaw Feferury tM 11 1

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AND TRUST COMPANY f* *Mr) Dudon so1 Mr.,*. Gear fteraaaa** Frankly be. Dot.

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. $4.Quincy" are the (raawlpare*)** e4 tfce
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.:. The good thing about the seasons Is that all we have to do is wait. We may not like the weather we have

now, but something different will come soon. We experience a great variety of weather in a dozen months.

It', a great consolation to have this mighty spectacle of spring and autumn, sun and rain, day and night j

':', continually unfold around us. '\ J JIt'

the dependable rhythm of nature, the ebb and flow of seasons, the beauty of earth and sky, which .JtI' ...

c give our lives a firm ground tone. I, ., ,

But Christianity is not a nature religion. It finds the revelation of God not in nature alone but even

more in human personality our own, as the children of God, and supremely in Jesus as the Son of God.

That is why it is necessary for us to become an Important part of His Church.

We can get in the mood to understand the presence of God when we experience the quietness of the

woodlands or hear waves breaking against the cliffs, or look heavenward at the billowing ..
\ clouds. But it is not enough to get in a mood. We must join in the communion and fellowship -

-p of other believers in order to obtain our purpose and faith. I

I Come, let us go into the House of the Lord..

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This Series of Ads is Being Sponsored Each Week By the Following Individuals and Business Establishments:

Hydro Gas Company Mary-Booney. Inc. Quincy Lumber Company Gerald WynneThe Oakland Concrete Products. Inc.
er Quincy, lea "Shop for Young A'ft" Sill and Frtncto Rt>ten
Jefferson House Shell Service Oil Company
Bell & Bates Hardware Company Sykes' Fine Foods Southern Chemical
Stlra k Sf" ... lag Chandler's HamburgersJoe Pasco Strickland
Talauln Electric Cooperative, Inc. Western Auto Associate Store
Mack's Radio & T.V. Service Wedeles. Inc. Moon Jewelry Company
Inman-Johnson Motor Co.. Inc. Butler-Morgan Funeral Home Mack Brant.* ".1 Gift for Any OccttknT:
The Ivy Shop
-First F.d.ral Savings and Loan Jane Allen Shop Snider-W.lls. Inc. Quincy Feed Fetdi Mills. Inc.
AttooliUoi of GididtR CouBly The Quality Shop

Coca-Cola Bottling Company Muniord Do-It-Youraeli Store Wall's IGA Foodllner Smtri Apparel for Wtwr*' Pat Higdon Industries

Crouch's Rexall Drugs Story Electric Griffin Furniture Company Home Furniture
Harbin-Wolf, Inc.Bonrtt Mr. i.d Mr*. K. A. CrUtln CompanyRandy'
end All Farms InniriMt Wallace Gatlln StandardS
Home & Auto Store Food Store
Quincy. B.UI.Ch..ter' SUItoi White's Grocery
Quincy Meat & Cold Storage US. 1'1..... Sheet
tld. CrMMAmerican
U r. MOM J Country Hams Sausage Larsen Lumber Company Williams Construction
StewartYoungJimrt MoMlrow aid !*... Cknlrr k Svpaly I_ Fence Industries
Tire & Co. ftab. ParkaBentley
and KilhlMi Slcwirl Quincy Recapping
Citizens Bank & Trust Company Conerly Bootery Inc.
Fletcher-Cantey Men's Wear B & H Construction Company Electric CompanyAero
Sing Oil Company Emnl and Omar BtllrySmltherman Magic Mirror Beauty Salon
Danley Furniture Company Jtrk ltd ........ MrL .4.. Tobacco Sprayers. lac.
Wayne Baltn. mad 1.,1.,_ Gadsden Tobacco Leaf Co-op Auto ServiceM
Florida Cigar Company. Inc. Quincy Cabinet Works
Watson's Gulf Service Randy's Mark-It-Rite & M Tractor Company. iris Sradr..
Mr. and Mr*. J. W. w...... Ukt Ttlquln Rotd Frank L Pittman
Independent Life Insurance Co.C. .
J., B. Adams Funeral Home Gaudy King Cole Super Market Quincy Adrita Motor A...,...Lodge T. S/r ..... DMritt ....(.fElder's Adams Amoco Service StationJ.

w. .u.... Manger
Wilson'sThe Frosty Morn Meats Suber & Johnson Company GroceryHenry'
W* ttmmttmt that t+* shied lk Gulf Coast Hatchery. Inc.FAGS.GHT .
Quincy Stat. Bank Darby Construction Company rh.r'e w ,.r ell" ......,. Radiator Shop w. L. 11--.

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lor 44: Shell Oiler 53, Craig comment about It. would allow some 20 more distrlct New Furniture Annual Islands Red Barn, well known bland
RECREATION Oil Co 36 And haxou noticed how Yet fewer restaurant, will serve I tour
Top Tea Scorers the beautician look like little supervisor ;1 of luncheon from 11:30: I.m to
released on parole l .
prisoners were ;
,, Tour Is SlatedOnce
Regulations 2 for f 180
Player, team TP doll In the Mote Mirror In 1963 than 1968 The figures a / I pm
NEWSBy R. W. Goodaon, MT 170 aU but Jack that Is (Chrts- according to the Division
T. Fawn, SO 166 tine maybe Jack will take of Corrections, were 1,287 In iif.furtfnce By 'Imahrnn again as spring come BASEBALL GENUS:

Dona Janet O. Joyner, Ha 146 an ad NOW i :1962 and 1166 in 1963 i Be sure to read the tags and to the Golden Isles of Georgiathe Mankato Minn Peter Now.
L. Janet, HO 141 Watch It her cornea the Marsh explains this In termsof labels carefully If xou plan to women of hrlst' Church, sckl :t, Is rated a genius by his
R. Lemieux, SO 111 Tigers Tale bunch 0 K. l Frederica announce their St
Junior Basketball(7th -
Boy the court putting offenderson QUESTION I have a business buv furniture after Mann II.! kindergarten teacher.
and 81h graders) S. Grlffit, CO 100 The coast Is clear Beck energy Simons Sea Island llth Annual card hegets
probation rather than sending worth 1200000 and little else. After that date labels and hang By studying picture
R. Parramore, MT 96 Tour of HMH"s and Gardena
Game scores: Friday, Feb, 28, descriptive with bubble the lad
; them to prison Figuresshow tag will give more gum
and If 1 should die I Imagine
L. Parrlsh HG 96 Mr Cuttlno of the First Baptist This year. Saturday March

Cities Service Warrior 25, BtU hefty Increases In probation Information than they ever ran recite heights,. weight, and
J, Wells SO Church ; no Federal estate taxes and expenses :21. has been selected
94 was Junl In her as Tour
& Bates Hawks 15: Wilson'sLaken In 19611001. 1,603 ware have before says Mrs Gladys records of about 300) baseball
A. McMillan HG 67 H* invited Don to have a might possibly requireMO DIY
33 Celtic
Quality Shop : by the court Kendall, marketing specialistwith players
put on probation ,000 which little burmess
SECOND HALF STANDINGSMen of coffee : lib him You understand my
It of Florida Among the 14 attractions nf
and In 1963 some 1881, an Increase just couldn't meet In a the University
Find Top Tea Scorer LM now, Don you buy of 389. haveto Agricultural fcxlension Servlc fet'.d this year will be something J... na .srtt A"fimffmgmffm
Hydro Ga 4 1 your and give me I penny to hum Would nw estate with spinal for
Player, team TP Garnet AvgG everyoneLovely
Shell Oilers 4 1 buy mine." Louis Wainwright, head of the sell the business to meet A table with a solid walnut hones
Suber C 152 IS 10.2 bordering the
C, Conrad, W 142 15 67 Manning Taylor 2 3 Was laughing at this cartoonIn I Division/ of Corrections, complained these death expenses' top and pecan. legs can' no longer famous Sea Inland Golf Course
of opposition on the Answer No \ou have two be called walnut; but must
K Deason, H 123 15 8 3 Craig Oil Co. 0 SScheduled a magazine This little fellow as well as beautiful homes and wv w. w sow
I of the Parole Commission safeguard be classified as walnul lop -
for tonight was holding a cat Informed -
game : gardena the
S. Sanders, W 78 11 &.1 0 ocean
in setting Indeterminate aentenres. ; One estate could take lega Coverings of a
his your pecan
7 mother. She
p.m- Manning Taylor v* a
f Stoutamlre H 86 15 6 6 .
E> Craig. L 85: 14 61 Craig Oil Co; 8:30: p.m.- Sbell great buy for a quarter, but ilhe Indeterminate sentence ;ten years to pay the federal blend of nylon and other fibers Tour headquarters Is ho Island TERMITES
Oiler v*. Hydro Ga*. wait till you hear the real bar- would be one such as six estate 'lax relating to the business can no longer be described a* (enter Tltkela for
J. Smith L 85: 14 61
non.lralh..r the Tour Including guides and WORK ALL YEAR
gain part she s going to have months to 15 year Wainwright equity and the tax "nylon. When material
J. Langley, C 89 15 814 GOLDEN AGE CU'B I kittens:' Did I ever tell you :and others, charge the commission .might be quite a bit lean If the has the look of leather, transpoitation' I If desired are
C. Harbin, W 74 IS 414 TO BE ORGANIZEDThe about the eleven yes, eleven declines to set sentencesless marital deduction were applied the exact makeup of the fabric $3 00 If purchased before March raft AROUND
E Spooner, L 48 11 44 City of Quincy Recreation kittens we had one time? Everytlme ; than the maximum exceptIn Two rOil can set up a lire must be spelled out on the 21st On Tour nay ticket! will '

Final Standings Won Lost Department will assist the anyone would just barely extreme emergencies.Marsh Insurance fund for a very reasonable tag, In exact terms sink ai tx 14 11I1. Tickets may be purchased i SIi ,
Cities Service 11 4 Quincy Garden Club In organizing open the bark door, It was : chairman of the commission outlay to provide Immediate Imitation leather" "not leather from Mm T M Haum ,
Wilson Lakeri 8 6 t Golden Age Club for like an avalanche crowding in this fear, denied the lash for whatever lax, ," vlnvl covering" or "upholstered gardner, JW Bruce (),r"\ '.. si
Quality Shop 8 7 everyone 60 yean of age and Vt* would scoop thl'11up by the charge Is estimated and also for all other in plastic"' Simons Island, Georgia 115J2'H tar fA..k.yaw loss. '
Bell & Bates 2 13
a special
Biddy Basketball older I armful and throw 'em out. "They (Division of Corrections exprns The full $40,000 The Federal Trade ('1>11I1011'1,I feature, llennlex
(5th: and 6th graders) The first meeting will be This must be "preacher day" ) want to get rid of people for Instance, might be provided slon for the household furniture ( :
held this afternoon March 5) Mr Wade of the Thomas Memorial sod want to protect society through term Insurance for an Industry says the new rideswill
from 25pm. at the Garden' we annual payment of I!WO or FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
Game acorn: tournament fin. Baptist Church II justIn ," Marsh said when confronted discourage mhueprrxrntatlon -
_._ .
Club Center on West Jefferson a straight life policy which, ----- -- -
als) Thursday, Feb. 27 The her' a minute ago wantingto with this charge Marsh said and deception! With the -
Famous May Drugs 33, Quincy [Street vole He s talking to Hutch some 42 sentences were set by would build up cash reserve for new regulation the consumer Call or Visit
Telephone Electron. 28 This program Is not elelu"l Now here comes Mr Cuttino the commission last year statewide the buunfsn, might cost onlyWOO I can be sure of what he Is buying .
ively for Garden Club to $l,IKK) annually,
Final Top Ten Scorer again W* told him his oppon .
Player, team TP Games Avg but for all Golden Agers. I ent was In the bark "You mean Ing on your age dl'ptnll'l Every Dp of bureau, bed
Walnwrlght and Marsh dloa
Golden Age Club Is however, had
li. Rudd F 55: B 6.1B. formed being the Devil said Mr Collins the method of releaseof of you stead, desk, cabinet table, and
In recognition of the grow over make certain all )' fllIlfl//Cy Agenc'j
Norman, E: S3 9 58 going to the baik "Why that'lnot chair la subject to the new 01der '
for whom job are
needs of older
adults for rlihspiritual prisoners You probably have a hum and
the Devil that Brother !
A. Flxel, B 46 8 S,t available Wainwright accused Not included In the regulalli '
living and for hiPPY.attl.f'ln have some Investment If yourbusiness
B. Spires, P 45: 8 SS Made ills easy to write a the Parole Commission of foot- : I .n* are musical Instruments,
creative activities In Is worth I.KK) 000.
R Glover, P 44 8 54T column when men of the clergy you radios, television set, mirrors,
the dragging. lie Mid It take from .1
greater leisure which 1 might find that your total estate
J Horton, E: 35: 7 SO theirs, are around Just can't keep up ,30 to 43: days for an applicant Is more on the order of cedar chests, metal CIlia, bid
J Rudd, F 38 9 4 2 LITTLE with them though Wish 1 cleared\ and few springs and mattresnes. Kefrtueraton '
LEAGUEREGISTRATION to get jobs are $300,(000, Then, ton, If you have I
could take shorthand)
B Edwards F 36 9 40 air conditioner, pica
OPENS available for that length of time some double I on your
J. Suber P 32 8 40 Registration will be open for Dadgum Hutch column I Is lie said the federal system duel life insurance, dI''I the I lures, lamps, clocks rug and
H Massey, B 22 8 26 getting to be too much competition draperies Ire not affected elth, You al7ralrara.
all prospective Little Leaguers the Job In seven to 12 day chance of an even larger total
final Standings Won Lost beginning today March 5) Lit. Thais twice now Ive Marsh retorted that the DKI estate \ou should call In your er A6ENi
. written downIn
The Famous May Drugs 6 2 something funny
tie League Baseball win be lon of Corrections spend two life Insurance agent and your
J, Suber & Johnson 5 3 open to all youngster, ages 8- the my next little week notebook and then to use to jto three weeks processing prisoners attorney and get this all downon At the current tale, six percent .

Jitney Jungle 4 4 12 blrthdat as of August 1, find out Hutch has already go usedIt | who have found jobs"Were paper IXint. leave It to of all social drinkers are
Quincy Telephone 1 7
1964, chance. (her chance destined for alcohollhm
not going to release as s a your says
Men Basketball In his column Maybe these
The Little family could lose the Florida. Alcoholic Kehabilltatlnn .
League Programwill Individuals we feel will harm badly unlessyou
will him
Game politicians keep so busy
Thursday Feb
scores: ,
consists of two leagues society," Marsh Insisted, plan ahead for this Alw Program
17 Hydro Gas 69 Manning Tay- printing cards and stuff that he
again this season the Junior won't have time to writ those League for 8 and 9 year olds "Bit* and Piece for I while boy.) for In. continuity of the REAL ESTATE

Mason Music and the Senior League for 10, (Ha.ha just klddln' cough) huskiness, If you want to really
11 and 12 year olds. assure the family future, .
HI Fred 7otO\-9S.
Little League Donald and May and Wllll Shoemaker, America'schampion MAin 7-6262
COMPANY I games ire expected Danny Smith at Bowie Schoolfor ----
to begin by the latter stakes-winning rider
14 E. Washington Str..t part of April and not later than Boys in for Jacksonville this week!. Comeback will go on E P. Taylor North. Mont of us ran always find an 15 North Stewart Street Quincy
the beginning of May for the to se* me ern Dancer In the 1100000-plui excellent reason for doing what Je 666 (Nest Poor to Tint. federal Paving A Lees Association)
PIANOS. ORGANS Senior Little Leaguers I Flamingo cloning day at Ilia we want to do when "e want to 1 a

I Parents or others InterestedIn leah, dolt ,
Band Instrumentsand coaching or assisting In the A CAPITOL ------------ ---- ------------ ._------
Accessories Little League Program are urged -
I to contact the Recreation LETTERBy
Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 I Department, City Hall tit.
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Open Men. Tue" Wed FrL: Jerry Mock I

4 to 6 './110 All Day Sat First of T",* Parts I 1

Tallahassee Florida Parole .
Commission has been un
AROUND der fire from several directionsas
of late and may be In for

The some reorganization by the 1965 ,

Jf'J t 11 cr'lUi SQUARE Legislature.The commissioner t near

autonomous body, has bren
criticized by staff aides of two
Ioetu, Iw.a u. IUItia By Bub.rSome
cabinet members and reprimanded ,
by the Slat Cabinet ,
Pardon Board for its lack of '
minute keeping Action in th*
Pardon Board recently stipulated
; v of the farmers are already minutes of the meetings
putting up ,cheesecloth be kept
It Just can't be time for all that Reason for the action was
Well good-by* for i while to that on several occasions cabinet
my house help members reported giving
It Is with great regret to me orders that were forgotten or
that Mr, Homer hint Is retiring shelved. According to one cabinet 1:
from the Board of County member, the board ordered '. 4ra "
CommlMloner I've only had the commission to provide fur
\ the honor of reporting the bimonthly early release of a pt'ironer. At
meetings for the past the next meeting, three months
1"J AQRATEG A.' MIXED\ WITH two yean, but 1 know Mr Hlrt later the man till was not released
AlCOHOL.WEBEATOKETOE" kindly, Impartial and wise approach Report on his release .
THOUGHT to all county problem awaits the next meeting, which
SOME will be greatly missed make nine months sine he was
C' THE ,"SECTS' YlGI1a "Nice day for ducks." mumb- ordered released The pardon r

UPON MANN. led Ann Duck of Wynnes as board meets every three
she; sloshed by m* on that awfully months) (| jt jg '
rainy day last Thursday. The Pardon Board la mad up'
For safety's sake Someone was going on about of Cabinet member the governor '

stock several fellow up at Emory-at secretary of state, attorney ,
your Oxford who bought a hearse for general, comptroller and '
medicine cabinet $150: and put Madras curtainsIn commissioner of agriculture,

It, i The parole commission, which .
first aids.
with Ho-llum! Wonder If Pat Su recommends action on the part I ..,.
: her ever did ordor that TRAVKLFRS of the pardon board, Is mad '
umbrella for me? Bet up of three men appointed for''

F. P. May 'I he dldn sea your note, Belly six-year terms presently Ray. Easter morn
PS Now he's one who rest mond B. Marsh, Francis Bridges for the young elite on
Drug Co. ''Iy believe In cartln around a Jr. and Roy W, Russell.
I notebook to write things In to Th; Parole. Commission bat I

Phone 627-7601 remind him to do things daggers points with the Department i
I Bytheway have you seen of Corrections (officials '
Quincy, Flo. Jimmy Cox"s gem-studded don. I of the slat'a prison system

key pin* Been "hearing a lot of ). The two agencies should
work closely together, because: i
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you get different stories at op.
MUNFORDDo-It-Yourself Store I II posit ends of the hall In the I

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Telephone MAla 7-8305 QuIncy 23 N. Madison SL I I

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YOUTH ASKS 30-Day Weather about 80 percent of possible
with one or two periods of extended

1 1"SuperRight" THE For I Faith and a dialling Outlook cloudiness.

@fiJ@ ) FARM Good Examplae and Good Explaaatlena Soil temperatures are expected
(; Known Llmlti to riM sharply during the
FRONT and Consistency And I The Thirty Outlook Day for AgriculturalWeather the month creasing next 30 days sunshine as a Intensity mult of and In.
To Be Heard
of March for South Georgia, day length Average toll tern
Bv Dorothr B. AUx.nd r, Southeast Alabama and Northwest perature at four Inches under
'BY DOYLE CONNER Publications Specialist. Florida Issued by the bare soil art expected to r '.
WHERE I OMMISSIONER Florida Division ef Weather Bureau Advlrorv Agrlcultuial to between 80 and 85 siege 'i
THE Meteorologist, TlftonGl mid March .
FLORIDA Child School. by In all but
Short Shank FullyCOOKED DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Training ., February 29, 1964: heavier soils of southeast v
"Smoking and Youth" will be Temperatures during the bema and Southwest Geol a
Problem of Und utilization I the focus of a national conference month of March are expectedto where continued high soil mols-
art becoming intensified, espe- Said a Loa Angeles real estate' to be held In WashingtonIn average near normal over lures will retard the upward
Vf.TTmSARE dally In areas of population dealer "W. may be reaching May Young people are being the TYI-Slate Agricultural Area trend of soil temperatures
growth the point where people may not asked to Join the Children's Dally mean temperatures are -----
It may coma aa lurprlM to i be able to afford to live In sin Bureau In planning the beltwa expected to average between The alcoholic generally does
HAM you, but there are two schools gle-family! houses" )' to give information to all 57 and 84 degrees. Maximum not consider his drinking as I
( of thought on the subject One A new planning the Nation youth on the deadlines temperatures should range from problem to him U Is a solution
advocates a wider dispersal of "df'nalty" of dwelling concept units of the habit and to ghe 88 to 7J: degrees with afternoon to his other problems.
i dwellings In outlying residentialareas. lire rather than minimum per lot information which will help temperatures reaching 80
If ; '. The other sees a need lies I la suggested In a report by them reach Individual decisionson degrees or higher on S or 4 aft-
Shank for greater concentration of living the National Association a sound basis. It Is anticipated rrnoons Minimum tempera-
[ Portion 33 units !In order to get more Homebuildnt and the Urban of by Mrs. Katherine! B I lures will average between' 48 READY MIX
,{. /i A :: people living on the land available Land Institute, Their Oettinger, Children Bureau and 86 degrees but will probably
.i'j ,\: Lb. sucgesta "cluster" housing report with Chief that one boy and one fall to 3J: degrees or lower on
( : In the meantime, rising farm outdoor recreational to be girl from each state will participate :1 or 3 mornings inland and CONCRETECONCRETE
'. \ '' real estate values arc bringing provided in nearby spare according to a Children's core In the coastal regions dur
.. y Butt cautions to tanners that they of parks and wooded open spaces Bureau news release that assent ing the next 30 days. The prob-
P 43 may face trouble if they buy additional areas. to me iblllty of rl'f'f'lhlll temperatures *
: : on" C / land to expand their Florida farm real estate values I have watched with the Interest will tall sharply during the
.: ;;;;;, :.:;,..:mri ;;'i 1iZ; production without first making have been leading a steady and curiosity of a nonsmoker month becoming generally law
,,:_ .: .:::J SURE: they can make more rise In recent yean the the importance that smoking then two 'hi len b* the :a6ll 0*
among ,
money from it. Southeastern seems to have In the lives 01moat Marchllalnfsll
"Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef Chuck Reserve Bank of states Federal delinquent boys and girls Hiirlni M.n.h i. .._
Atlanta doesnlii -- BLOCK
I The population explosion, rising Ol'IIeVe, however, that specula many of whom formed the habit Pt'l'1.dto. be moderate;; for the'
hate and local taxes and the has had much influence in at nine or ten years It seems searon Totals will range from
uptrend in coils for construction commercial firming areas Ac to be regarded as their most'precious ill to 400 over Southeast
Square Cut of all kinds are the Influences cording to a U S. Department privilege" Most of Georgia and moat of Northwest *
ROAST of them say It made them feel Florida and from 380
39. bearing on new ideas for land- Agriculture report, between to 890
Bone In use planning I March I, 1950: and March 1, IIH13 I grown up and Independent! when Inches over Southeast Alsbamaand Oakland Concrete
Lb. In and around many cities farm values row in Florida SUB they first started and of course' portions of Southweat Gears Products Company
throughout the nation rest estate per cent.; Alabama, 1H.; Geo when It became a habit with gla Precipitation la expected
values have been soaring at lila' IBS.: ; Louisiana ISO; Missisppl. them giving smoking up caused I to occur aa general rains and Allen Beetles and
a fabulous rate. After surveying 124 and Tennessee, 101. In them the same apparent nor abusers on 7 to 10 days dur John Thomson
the situation U. S. News and But vouanesa and the same "with.drawal" ing the month
those who ...
warn farmers ..
symptoms In "" KJU t.soaiSILAGE
T-BONE STEAK World Report commented recently to watch their step on buying people. grown Sunshine during the next 30
c : more land point out the risk of days Is expected to average
The forbidden, for most humans
"The biggest boom in America -adding more fixed
today is In land. Real estate as taxes, costa. arch has always been tntrigu,
SIRLOIN STEAK prices are skyrocketing and interest, etc.mortgage Adding payments, Ing, venturesome and daring I
the experts say the end Is not Isnt the whole more acre can remember when, in my own
in sight." Scores answer to increasing childhood my cousin's and
of startling income. my
ROUND STEAK LB example are noted, such as a can get from your It a what you hoard of rolled rabbit-tobacco
San Franclaco builder who paid count. acres that cigarettes was found by his
$980,000 for a building tract that noted that mother and went into the discard
J,1! farmers
sold for $18,000 in 1930: pushing their many right now. Actually amok ?
CUBE STEAK Advocates for wider dispersalof enough. They should acres be hard log rabbit tobacco wasn't a bit
dwellings urge their suggestion they re getllni all ih." ... 'sure_M of fun really. It left an awful
to combat higher school what they have- before kio'i- taste In the mouth But one
I and Improvement taxea. By reducing |more The rising trend In costs on felt quite daring and venturesome
the number of homes in '.a expected to Even "Cross-Vine" smok
SPECIAL I A&P Frozen ReQ. or Crinkle Cut French Fry a given area they say you reduce dent farm production speed more un! Ing was Interesting for tills
the number of children reason! Plant Coker Hybrids !iGet
to crowd local schools Because American farmers That It makes children seem
Some places that required learning It are more grown up to smokes/ a
Potatoes 1 Lb. building loU pays to keep an farce It makes them look even
4 89c no smaller than en on developl1\lntl! In world I

Pkgs. two five acres acres minimum.now seek toning of .al'lt'Ulture worthwhile i ,to many take are finding it younger and little, more girls playing like little"&rownuP. buys-
In contrast the ".lackln, up" on-UI< of what they are doing!
living units is accelerating In eign countrlei. That

SPECIALI! Jane Parker Freshly Baked Twin many Towers Places,apartments like the 80 In-atory Chi- pur Kurole pose 01 last the summer trip was m.de with the to Florida Here School on the for Campus Boys at of Mar-the. WIDE, BLIGHT RESISTANT HAVES

cag. I 21-story "mot/ I" In group of Florida agricultural a lanna the smukers among the HIOH PERCENTAGE Of GRAIN
Philadelphia and Boston a SOUmilliondollar and business leaders We learn office workers and other staff

ApplePie IV* Lb.Each 39c which claims Prudential It will be Center taller ed don.a on lot both about alder what"' is the being Iron members lesva cigarettes are admonished around and not to to HIGH TOTAL DIGESTIBLE NUTRIENTS
break In
than any skyscraper outside of Curtain. two even small "stubs"before
New York City. I note that a group of New they are left In ash trays
or thrown
Jersey farm away on Campus.
people me due to The advisory committee to Colcct hybrids and
return this week March U from the are prolific, generally grow
-- ----- lOc Off Label Dexo VegetableShorlening ,a goodwill visit to floe twin which
t= is Introductory I American COUlltrlfl made its finding public on January / to medium height with relatively low ears.
They were It, held that cigarette
j s R"" = 3 53c scheduled In Peru, lI..a&lI for a grlcultural, Uruguay lour s smoking Is I health heaved and Leaps aro doric green and closely spaced.
I... \'_ PLAIDH Offer ,. and CbU. of sufficient Important In th.

** STAMPS IfiM SPECIALI! Cold Stream Incr There easing I. a good proapect to proprlate United mates remedial to warrant action, apt It- For high-energy silage,best fowling rwulM-

i With this eoupon and purchase of M!! Pink Salmon Lb. 59c Ution from agricultural our Latin Anltrlcan comp Is to will be resllM hoped that tint the young people plant CoVcr hybrid*!
n Yellow Choc. Double Dutch or !4!, Can Gro n.lahborl tn the y.arl ab.ad, I they tske in smoking are hardly
M 8"... Choe. Per Pkg. : expect: to see more lnt.resl In worth the danger.
, i.H Cake Mixes 39c I SPECIALI Heinz Condensed tho Florida countries among our ,to the conference. I hope they

I l;;! ;. Coupon ;;thru ;. S.e)!1; Cheese Soup 2l*Cans25c PLANT LIQUID TOOD u Victims lane {per rower 01 on.alcohol/am and/ troche oll.n 'will be.young come folaa.aa up the to wltu eda amoae something enooura aernn.ln lo aseffective .I PEDIGREED HAATfVIUft a SEED ajOi/TX COMPANY OAMOLIMAKalae

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memory for houn Success that la permanentcornea
or Pimento Buy 1 Gallon or even days at a time. "
slowly, U at all

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!with this coupon and fruirhoe of ii! SPECIALI! SailDelergenl
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: Gold Medal : I I Giant 49c :1Mi'I

!.. Flour 59c : PkQ. '
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SPECIALI! 5c Size Hollywood

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National Peanut Week Brown 'n' ServeTwin

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Rolls 2 39c :
Salted Peanuts 29c of 12 -r

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Peanuts 59c Raisin Bread t;; 23c SHEARS

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Vine mp h he pM. t'lsbeo1dt wlewmws ree. MIhouf ........Ihnut OTmnnras
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News From Students Hear St. James Salem ScoutsAt Rites Held For Mrs. Smith's Music FestivalSet Woodmen To

HD Office. Dr. C. E. WalkerThe Church NewsThe Camp OutScout Isaac McNealy Rites Held TomorrowThere Meet SundayThe

TO SAVE SEWING TIME Agriculture Department Youth Rev
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CIT ACCURATELY of Carter-Parramore presentedDr. Gray Edwards will of Greensboro Life chapter ends for Mr. Friend are sadden! to learn will be a musical program American Woodmin will
pastor have under the
If ever there was an example C. E. Walker scholar educator -charge of service Sunday Scoutmaster Wallace I direction of' Isaac McNealy well known clt-of the pawing of Mr*. Rosa at Mt Carmel P. B. I hold their annual Installation

Gf haste making waste, Itt in and presently Dean of the Sunday School will be conducted -held IU first, E. Ellis, ten of the city. He died at the Davis Smith well known cltiien Church Fradty night March 6, Service Sunday, a p.m. at St.
Unless School of Agriculture and Home overnight camp- of She at the at 8 James A.M.E. Church Tb* Rev
passed m
cutting of a garment. by Supt with : p
the Nealy, a staff, out recently. Out of an Increasing Gadsden County Hospital, Wed. :.ncigu; '
a seamstress take time to Economic at Florida A and M of junior teacher. The supLurjes number of Monpital, Tuesday -1 Twelve choir have been invited. T. Jackson, pastor of Mt
cut accurately ahe'll have trouble University, Tallahassee, a* Professional all pupils to com fifteen boy Joining the neaday February 26 12:05 a. ,,, Feb. 20, following an extended Pleasent MiMtonary Baptist
prepared went on the trip m. following extended 111nesa. .
and Growth speaker an Ulnae. The deceased I Tallahassee will deliver
the sewing on IIi Church
later In to make
t worthy contribution The left Sunday 3
troop the school for A native of Quincy be native of Gad d evening at p.m. afternoon
lot more time adjusting Tuesday February 25, at 4:13. a n County the message for the
spend a to the discussion '
the 2mile there will be battle of
a bike music
to the lived In Greensboro and Quincy a
for the careless cutting Job. I Powell Woodberry a member -lesson. campsite wa born and reared in the Oak Mr. Lure E. Houston chair
Ai clothing specialists In the I of the Agriculture Department The Rev. Gary Edward will! Wherein the boy dia-\ for several year. Grove community, moved to. between the South Wet Singera man of th. program committeeannounces
played tremendiou In and the St. James Male
V S. Department of Agriculture served aa devotional lead deliver the expend Funeral eervicea waa conducted Quincy several yean ago She that a program will
er. Other Instructors morning message aII ng the scoutcrsft, learn durng from Antioch wa a retired cook She ChJora from Havana An
out In their bulletin on'Simplified aialntlng 1 Missionary pome- precede the sermon. attemptto
am. with music furnished
riot: Clothing Construction him were Mr. B. Hunter Mrs.F. >y the junior choir. : scout meetings, la prepsrng Baptist Church, 2pm. Sunday ed: pleasing personality which Rev. Sneed will bring the present some of the area best

," IIG-59, ll'i much: easier W. Robinson and Mr. R U. worship will Evening the camp area, pitching the Rev. Nehemtah Bower, her many friends. message at 11 a.m. Choir no. talent. Commander astell
Francis commence 6pm. tents and cooking their She became 2 and usher board No. 2 will '
to sew along smooth scam edge Thursday, 6pm. weekly own pastor in charge converted and Francis urges all member to
Dr. Walker prayer meals The deceased joined Mu Zion C.M.E. Church serve. observe this annual day by their i
than a rigged uneven one spoke on "The meeting will be held. Rev. Some of the was a retire
Also be sure the pattern la Dulles and Expectation of 0. M. Bridge will hold a ..peclelhealinl the activities during employed of formily Bame where ate served faithfully until Everyone ill Invited to come 'attendance. '
laid precisely on the straight Quality Teacher" To point out service evening around DM camp] Ice and Coal Company, and the end. She wa one of the and worship with ua. I

of the goods. Otherwise, the the duties and responslblHUei Mrs Vora People will entertain fire were report given by the wee well known by member 01 pioneer member ofthe local Ii i Cord of Thanks
garment will pull out of shape of the quality teacher Dr. Walker member and friend patrol* on i "Th Scout Uni both race. church w h..he served on Antioch Church !

often during the sewing pro- discussed five motivational of the Pastor Aid Board at form".. 'The Sim- of"the- Snout'"The Several year ago lie joined served on several auxlllne. The family of the late Mr*. \
ten tool biological geographical home Scout Law* Group, Antioch She we also a member of the Rosa Davis wish to thank I
Friday Misaionary
evening, 7pm. Baptist : :
For the woman who likes to family origin, human desires Stewardess board t will meet Songs, Individual stories amokes. Church where h* served faithfully Afro American Relief Union Lists CalendarThe their /7 n for their

cut several garments at once and itlmull a-d reward atthe horn of Mr. Julia Burton on several boaixla. He wa which aha wa a member of the king expressions of sympathy

from the some pattern, laying In concluding his discussion, 8 p.m. Sunday The Scoutmaster and troop also a member of Greenahade Official ataff.Funeral Sunshine auxiliary will during her illness and death.

out the pattern and cutting are the speaker Hated that every expresses Its most sincere Lodge, 153. service we held Sun meet and be entertained by Miss May God bleu. each of you.
The teacher Iris hank* an appreciation to the day 2 p.m. from Mt. Zion the
the most important steps a duty to perform Will Smith husband
layers of fabric must be laid and the five motivational tool Saint Joseph merchants, farmer and friend the A abort program precede Rev. J. Grant pastor in charge. 3orthy All members Dargen Thursday 5 to p. Niece and Nephews
eulogy. m. are urged
perfectly itraJght and amooth. are relative to the duUe and form their held in the troop The lurvivor mel Will Smith

(/t'. a good Idea to pin the expectations of the quality Church NotesService campout The survivors are Mre. Gertrude Mwband, Mr*. Janie M. Macon, attend.
edges together<< to keep the material teacher McNealy wife, Mr. Katie Mrs. A. D. Sailor Mr. Gwen The Senior Missionary Society Card of ThanksWe

from slipping I And the, The meeting declared at St. Joseph Missionary Vllliams! daughter, Neremiah dolyn Terrell, Mr. Mattie Robinson will meet Thursday 6 SO p.m.
was Conference extend sincere
To wish to
seamstress mutt be sure she tremendous Baptist Church; will commence McNealy) eon, llrs. Lllla Joseph Mr, Annie Christopher Mrs Lillle Flellen entertadn 1r.
hai all the necessary piece extended to success the Agricultural Thanksare with Sunday School 10 and Mrs. Florence Jackson, .- ilr*. Lorn! Limbert Mr*. M. Sunday School with PartheUGainey "Thank You" to all cur friend

With so many single and double Department for a m. Supt. E. Weeins in charge Be At Gretna .era.. Arthur McMillion brother, L. Kankini, Mrs. Lealcr Brown, in charge will meet and neighbor for their card,
layer of fabric: Its easy to i outstanding and presenting such The morning worship service M... Marie Corker nel .. Mr*. ir. Louis Campbell, Mr. 0.30 a m. All teacher and pupilsare memorial and other expression -
scholarly personality Springfield A.M.E. Church of sympathy at the time
forges a second aleeve or collar a* speaker ''will begin at 11 a m. The sen- Corn McMillon, lieteruilaw'ame Zadie Welford, Mrs. Gladys urged to attend.
will entertain tire I of recent bereavement
facing. 'lor choir and usher serving District Con- Joseph, brother-in-law. Griffin, Mr. L. D. Long Mrerdell *. The dedication service for our
Extra time will be needed for I lev.. E. J. Williams will bring erence and MI' denary Societyof Interment wan conducted In / Campbell, and Mrs. New Hope Missionary Baptist The family Rolax of
the district GreaterFlorida Henry
sections' that must be laid on a C-P High the morning mssag at 11 a. Quincy the St. Paul cemetery. Betsey Loretta Baker neice. David, Church will be held Sunday.
length wise fold of material and m. Visitor sire alwiy welcome Conference A. M. E Funeral Horn in chaT James and Raphiel Scott Isadora Member and friends are asked

for accurately marking th. pattern School NewsB Bible study service will beheld Church. The meeting will extend Griffin Edward Johns, to come. Weekly prayer Club Meeting Set

perforations. Monday evening 7::80p.m from Wednesday March Spring Rally Rev W. E. McMiHon Rev. Wil- meeting will b* held Tuesday The Friend Club to the Zeta

USDA't clothing specialists Linda Dixie i ana The Reverend J. j.,, Flow- 11 .thru Sunday the 18. Th. bert McMillon, and Lee Diggs, evening 7.30: p.m. The missionary Phi Bets Sorority Club will
also Elsslse Williams and E. J. \ Rev. J. C. Sander, and congregation Interment will feature meet Wednesday evening at
suggest you don't try to sri William are the nephewe. wi madein society secret
cut more than six layers of The Senior have received teacher of the bible Class. ; U looking forward an Set At Arnette Oak Grove cemetery Simms-I sister name posting, Tuesday 7:43: at the home of Mr*. Themma -

lightweight material at on. heir ring that have white settings Wednesday 'night 7.30: pm. attempting to provide for therntntaters Member of Arnette Chapel aeksoa Funeral Home laxchargs. night All member see urged to Kenon Roblneon. All member -

time. Ill too hard to pin and and gold lion a* emblem. Th president of the choir request \ and delegate and art reminded the Annual attend.GV' are urged to attend.

cut with home equipment. Even Tueaday nlrht, February 25, the attendance of all visitors.Wednesday. Spring Rally will commence
six layers will at 8 the North Side High member. : the MinistersCouncil
require a pair of pin Sunday The chairman end cochairman -- -- -
sturdy bent-handle shears and Glee Club of Havana presenteda A benefit musical programwill will be held 5 p.m. at I II Mm. L R. Evan

a strong hand. recital Some of the selections be given by Mr. M. Moore. this time all financial report and Ruby C. Francis! respect- I TODAY AND TOMORROW IT'S UP TO YOU
And her' final rendered "Seven-J<'old. Miss are to be made
a a hint. If were Betty Williams, a member lull)'. Captains; will be announced I
you plan to cut several garments Amen," "I got Rymthm" Lin- of the faculty, Pin Lie- A local program will be and member we urged to BY flALF HARD ESTER DlIIowarJEKera1InerLJID
at once, select I pattern with ten to the Lamb and I hear' mentary, Havana will be feaured. rendered Wednesday night, make their contribution to I

simple, straight lines. You'll a Voice A-Preying." Mr. E. S. An invitation is extended with the Rev Richard Ford, heir respective\ captisna.Superintendents < MAGAZINESHERRY ,
find 1L'. carter to manage, largarett ie the directress to. the public to hear thi Pastor of the Free Will! Baptist Alexander f lt EJitor ./ TV GUIDE

FAMILY Sunday at 5 p.m. the Art talented person Church In charge nd Joseph Long Sr. urge all GOVERNMENT Intervention In

FINANCELife of 1 Festival wa* presented by the The Itov. E. L. Williams and Rev. E. L. Richardson will delIver -teacher and pupil to report JACKSON WHO USED TO PLAY Danny activities I ot
a Car member of
elemental schools of the county St. Joseph express the opening sermon, on Urn.. the people become a race between
Some people get a new car The sclctllons consisted of their griditud to Kev John :'huraday 10, am. The Institute aervlct daughter has really grown up. She playedan political _ _
every time a new model cornea Bywater for Isle Instructional The morning worship alcoholic in :Mr. Novak a woman of ill-repute Inr
skits end dance wiU be held a
out, but the songs, I Assembly p.m. will commence at 11 .,m. Ito,. p.rtlu see _ _
average American meeting to minister. Another conducing. Wagon Train and a con woman In The Lieutenant -
Junta Sunday the Satin Oral Vac-: Rev. Hunter and Ford A. U. Hunter will bring the which can offer
onto his auto for several minIster meeting is scheduled Next month' Robert Goulet special
doe for Polio WM administeredat The evening sermon He will be asauitod byReverends the most For*x- ,
years. for March 14 :2 menage. 'ii on CBS will serve a* an on-the-alr audition forplanned
our school by medical of fi- noon b. delivered by Rev. )I. J. anxpls.achpsrtl I
How Jackaon
he Campbell
keep It depends a hour-long variety series to star Gonlet bide for the agricultural
GIl whether he daIs from 1:00 pm to 8 00 p.' iaffney. and McMillon.
bought It new next fall. Th. special feature Leslie Cares andtile vote by
or used and who he Is, lilY m. Dr. LeFall To Friday morning, eight topic The Junior choir will render Margaret Rutherford In a new. variety show trying to offer ,

family economist of the U. S. Friday night, February 28, of discussion will be given by music throughout the day. : format ABC1 Wide World of Sport will mora than the

Department of Agriculture the mighty tarter-Parramore; Speak At A&MDr. Lay Leader Selmo Bradley Council Andrew i II the offi- J televise event taped In England on two tuoeeiiiv other ptrty.Llktwli -"-'
Agicultural( Research Service Lions greeted Howard. Academy James Cox MM. Ruth Porter, clll1 delegate to the District :" week in the spring The Grand National each see

A man driver will probably of Monticello In the gmyna- LeSalle D. LeFall assittnt W.tell Francla. Minister* H. Conference, he along with the "r"i Steeplechase from Aintrea la scheduled for party bid forth

keep a new car t years and a sium. The eeore were 11334In professor of surgery, College Ford W II. Braxton J. L.Nesly pastor, Rev. A. H. Hunter will 'a' T/' ,'<< March 28, the Oxford-Cambridge boat race on vote of

used car lightly less than 4 favor of C. P.I Junior varsity .of Medicine, Howard Uni- A. H. Hunter and A. R. be in U ndance. The District ?,-"- J. \ the Thames the following Saturday Ernest teacher 554profensora

years. A woman will trade or C. P. 44, Monticallo 84. eraity, Washington, 1>. C. ts ilcGlockton.The meeting will be held at Springfield 8b :'f-N: Carl Bsllsntuie and Joe Flynn of by ,.K.,.'.....

sell 5 new car after 7 year We would like to welcome one of the three speakers. for Laymen organiuUon A.M.E. Church, C... Y/TrroWir vy, guest oa The Hollywood Palace trying to outbid

and will keep a Used oar almost the following Instructor back: the observance of Founder' meeting will be held Friday, 2 March 1113.Pr.ddent grownup In January. e a the other party In the support of

t year to the don: Mrs U Washington Week at. Florida A and M Univeiwtly. p.m. with James Cox president Long Jr. schools sod collet. Each partyusse
Joseph 19 DUB another TVp.lt
A person' age also affect Mr. E. Fiwnklm, Mr*. R. Step The observance will in charge. that A.C.E. olg Social Security. a mean
announces league about dramatic special ifnegotiations
bow lung he drive a car. Young hunt, Mr's. J. Umwr, MiM D. extend over terse days, March feprob.bl 'looOOO-foe a of trying to outbid the other
will be held at 5 p.nx 8uod y. now under way between CBS and a British producing to the
In Its effort tecur
people tend to turn In their Jan,.. and Mrs. L. Wlnbunh. 6-8. according to the chairman I party
Cattle Show All teacher and pupils are firm are completed. The British star bat already completed taping vote ot th* pensioners of thatyitem.
cars derly.more ullly than the el- The Junior elaaa of Carter- of the Founders Committee, andUK'UUV' urged to attend. Mra. W. M. ef Chekhov' "Uncl Vanya" In ,England, and pCBS --*. """':. """' Because all recipients

Men Parramnie proudly presents a secretary of the KAIIT Mar. 17.18 Long la the directreo hopes to buy the show (and pay the *ddi- I jfttlonal ot welfare.handouts vote, tach
new between 25 and 39 keep three act comedy entitled M General Alumni Assoclat- Set Evening worship will commence Olivier guest fee) for television late thIs I party trill to outbid lbs other In

car an average of 84 Everybody' Getting Married"hy !ion. The Florida Cattemen Aaaoelatlon -. 6pm. The weekly calendar spring or early next fall NBC i* Interestedin : It* effort to garner theme votes
y Those'eal, used car a'4 year William RuMoll Moore, MOD- A native of Quincy Dr. La- announces that the NIne- Sunday bchool ooard two game-show project of Gil Gates, special.I "" 'I It I* the tarn In public housing.

between 40 and CD arent day night, March V at 7:80 p.m. Fill attended the Steven Elementary : : teenth Annual Fat Cattle Show 6:30 ; Monday. Official 1st 'In pilot production. :.hl.o.are Talking I Pictures Since alt householder vote,each
to change They and High school Is i pm. with Jim Perry and Th LastWont these vote
Reginald D'Arcy a quiet a party strives to gain
be held Tueld.y.Ind ,
will dilve and Sale will ward mt, Tueadar, 7pm.'rayer .
new cars ft.I graduate of Honda together by Gil and his producer-
year young man, played by Larry A and M March 17-18 put by offering more than the other
and used car 4.3 years Old. Wei iris been left $1,000,000 Unlv rtllty. lie wleved his Wednesday' meeting, Wednesday, brother Joe ('etc*. Talking Picture< already baa party.
.r men_ BU and up hold that he isihelor of sclent' from A and 1964. The educational features 1:80 p.m. Senior choir reheereal auditioned The last Word based on an Idea .f Whether It be urban renewal
aunt providing ,
onto t new car an average of >rncl1a husbands for 6 women M., and doctor of medicine de and final placing will be Pavllon held 7 p.rn. Thureday. submitted by NBC writeriba McGee will b* ,I5.o wag Increase for government
T 1 year, t used car 6 4 year. thin he give from Howard University. at the Stat. Livestock auditioned toon. l 'N employees or *ny other phu of
within month During :
2 .
and the sale will be held p. 5 5 5 :"".
11. .studied for two atMemmialSloanKettering Win InAA' our social and economlo life
neglect lila own finance Viola, year m at the Gld den County Lions LOOK FOR MR. MAGOO TO STAR In a new ciynls John wher government Intervention
Elizabeth MB Cumpton played by Lenora Livestock Pavilion Wednesday. half-hour series of prim nighttime cartoons ittil
; Center in New York vxrrkma U tolerated at all Irresistible
Stephen and served I According to Russell HStephens Tourney on NBC next eaon. Tb* recent rerun of "Mr. tendency U to keep expanding It
Church NewsThe The humorou action thattake a* captian In th.General the 1984 I* expectedto Christmas Carol" finished among the Top 10 rating by the use of more fund to
place in the "True Comanion .i ip Surgical Section at the be bigger: and better Some The Roaring Carter-Parra- leaders: inducing NBC to green-light the projected series tamer more vote The end of

senior choir anniversary Social Club a* Reggie' U. S. Army Hospital In M uni. i forty plus entrie. mostly angus more Llona baiiketbaU team What happens to performer after their shows are canceled! They that system cannot be other than

Will observe IU annual l meetIng -and Dean Oarrett, a bu m ssgenius can, Germany. In addition to steer are expected to be entered ended the season by trounch- show up on other shows. Clynis Johas and Keith Andes, late of complete ,ov.ram.nt.m.n..e4omy

which commenced 14 played by Dewitt Coop- his duties at Howard, h* Ia ,, by 4-H and NFA mem- tog Howard Acedamy by the GInl..re booked on The Judy Garland Show and 77 Sunset Strip .- which I* slavery
evening. er attempt to marry the six assistant. director of the Tumor here from Gadeden and Leon score, 113-52. The Jungle Kings respectively' A new hour-long aerie about our World l War II
Ml, i'ieasan4: Mlaa.tonar3, women to. unwilling bel'helon'makea Clinic: at Freed men Hospital Counties. by defeating the Bumble Bee Air Fore in England, titled, Th Action of the Tiger, I I. receiving In order to build a reservoir tt

tit ChurcJi, Rev T. T, Jail- "Eevrybody' (JettingMarried" lie will speak during Founder from Monticello *et two reeordn. the once-over from NBC a* a next season possibility. Peter Brown Old Fort Thompson Booth
Week Dr. LeKall la the of I Invitations have been sent to and Steve McNally co-atar In the audition The thirdIn
Jon, will have charge of that will makeyou eon They cored the hightent Dakota, the government bought
e the late LeFall Sr. and11cm. County 4-H and NFA Chapter ABC' Saga of Western Man m.i898.* prs.emptahootenanny .
Thursday evening, 7.45pm.: "roll". I .JhaDj. number of point In the history land from tbs Indians for 11101.
Friday, 7.48: p.m. Rev. T. LeFall oI this udgmg teams of the school and are champ of on Saturday night, February {0.iO son Merchandise credit of {600wer
J ,. and congregation. from The other member* of the city, ,I Wednesday evening, March 11 the newly formed "AA" confer- ISM ** Tnsssi nbiutUoM. IM..t* Oman Issued to each of the 1,118

\m Zion Tallahassee will haveahwYa ant who play equal parts are, ,7.45 pm. The Florida Negro nee. Stout Indians, These credits
of emvice.A lame*, his valet, played by I i Cattlemen Association will war adopted because It wt
Charlie NelsonIn coach Holt will
The charge
musical Akmta Hamilton, Mr. Gordon, stag their .last meeting and feared that It th* Indian were
tendered. program will be a Philadelphia lamer, Johnny urges all member to. atten motor to Peiuacola to compete paid la money, they might us* It
Saturday night, with Mr Lancaster rkn Hawaii In the Regional tourney over
Watson; a to pay debts or buy fool er
church** from MootlctUo, Midway the weekend. The Western .- .w. unRq'
widow Shirley Viiggms; Mrs. N AN.Dn.S'MA1L clothing and thla might upset
Tallahassee I and Q :; lI.rdln. another widow not so SCHOFIELD BARRACKS Exhibit RatesTops glottal tournnvrnt will begin tUmination state welfare payment

Supt Troy rittnmn, ell rluh. Vera Mown; Mane Blake, HAWAII (AIITNC) Army PFC content Friday evening BUSINESS" Of course, the Indian waited

twchor end poplin. to report a business tfrl, Sandra Britt; Charlie L Nelson. Jr., whose At Fair with probably Washington the money for television sets,

Sunday School, 11:411: a w. Mia Kffie: Cramer, a *|) xiiMter parent Ii... hi Havana, )'1.., lIirh( Tiger Pennacol meeting ly .C. WIIJON HAftOIK liquor, furniture, and other
lilt T.boc Miaai<>nary Baptist Annette Ford; Dulcey Lame and other member. of the 25th : Assistant Agent, Russell H. the Lincoln High Tiger, from taint they did not need. Electrical .

Church, Marianne will conduct :..n actress, Carolyn; Smith; Mr.. Infantry Division' 3rd Brigade, Stephens" wa recently notified allahaaxee. The two Tigers appliances were ordered for
services 3 pm. Sunday OLrary and Iriah Wish are participating' In Exercise that the Gadmkn County farm teams will vie for tht right to In line with repeated request n_. a tkki swemawwhat ID ssead. homes without electricity. On.
The Rod Circle Auxiliary will Woman Carolyn Green hiGh TOP II, a five week Demonetration exhibit was meet the Carter Parramore by the nation's Independent .. wrat with a pies fr Indian bought furniture his
; .
meet 4'1ft businessmen Congress did reduce a slmnestki lrlt sM .<*- houia would tot bold and stacked
raining maneuver In Hawaii judged tops In the Negro building Uona last claa "A"
"Smith Peter RiWman.Tip'1 years
Floppy" .
foreign sot although there .. .
:: I. ptattet eat thai I.e.elis
: it outdoor la tbe weather
;; The exercise i* scheduled to end and NFA _
BushesS McCarty, Roars McN.*.ly among county hampl is still a long way to to to whittle *M leads are as*< U key Another bought a ng too Urge
Spike" Jon., Richard And<<- March 6. haptera.Th The newly formed ClaM "AA" down the $billion voted. extra wives for Kesvs ames, a for hIs small house
Varieties eon three gentlemen of Torture. The men of the 3rd Brigade scoring was compiled by conference i* eompomd of only rkalleaitnt new visla ***. frsdomnllo Relief for asdoeated people

moved from the Island. of Oahu Me W. M. Whittle of the Agrt- Fashtnirton High, Penaecola, But perhaps there la ...- frelf aid ir.irsna.e I* mostly wasted. Who can tell
Pearc, Nursery Advertising U the primer of to the rugged lava beds of the culture State Department. Some Carter-Parramore, and Lincoln mark 'lIa.Ie' e e now much of the Ifadd! billion

Qllln..,. tlorlda the pump of business If you :volcano Msnun Lo. on the ten exhibit were included In High of TallahaM It la the la .this mailer. There are many men In of dollar spent annually our

OPEN THURSDAYS use your head, you will know Island of Ha ail. for the live- the storing. The point garnir- ruling of the conlerenc that tkare Ferhas America whe practice polygamy Country for relief and subsidies

how the pump work ire and combined arm training ed by Csdvlon County were aaollowsj only the champion and the some ....are... but on the Installment toe down the train with Uttta
- exercise' theme the State benefit to those
140 appropiat ; runners up enter that cia hekrsraea plan, via the divorce courts. who receive it
I Nelson 1* a light weapon 1711 originality, 140 appearance Tournament whlcll..lII. ll beheld frwnIwelta This I* one of tile basis differencea while contributor enormously

\, \' infantryman In the brigade's 140 arthritic queutto in Pompano Beach the aid between the American to their lost ot self reliance tad

I Headquarter Company etstumed 185 educational anpecta, 140 later part of the moetb.Dedication fr lie .*** system and the Kenya system increasing deptodstic.
at StholieU Barracks, Hawaii marketable products. A total of of the asltoa. where a man pay cash for a
-- ,, H. entered the Army in of ) wife and Is through with payment Xseshe.Ve OaweierSps,
gZO out possible
points a Of ,.... Few 1''erS flS'.r.
February. 1>>SS: and completed. 1000. Con.!"!- In America those who
'haul t Fort Jackson practice polygamy oa the Installment -
tranvng man H. K. c.wse.sa rCross
3.C. The exhibit. show frogrssamade Edifice Planned low*. reveal that forelfn plan pay alimony.
.. .
.ntlylll pork .
I The 20-yeaNold soMiar It a aid fund have been used
I IOU gradual of CarterParramor in Oadaden County which was New Rope Missionary Baptist to help African Kenya official Ttaa. she arsM4 '**jtstlerWelta
I High. School in Qumcy also theme of the exhibit. Church of \Vw hrtphka will to buy extra wive. A man ) aM .....,.. cnM pick
I I Th exhibit wa. comprised of cIedi<'lll. their now edifice. Sun then can have a* many wives ., all altonay ..,_...
modern throwing and feeding S ai he can pay for on a cash eec
day pm C.S.T. Anbocfe Mia*-
Smith Rites parlor. .. the amount of feed ofiary Baptist CJwirch and in advance bast Of course In This .doe. not. seem to b* still

which H take to produce a number leaulah Hill Missionary Bap- America a man taking a wife far fetched. U the tsxpsy.er' A &,?vL5 secoat.
to himself often gets. by with a money tan b* sand tor
Held Sunday of one hog. a variety
list Gretna
Church. alone with
small down payment but then wife purchase, so that African
I home grown and commercial Carter-Parramore High School he keeps paIn oa the Installment bucks can ease their
I Servfcee way
for Mr Donellar
feeds, minerals, feeding equipment Glee Club will furnish music forM pl.",. So there II tb1Idatr.rellce through this vale of tear surrounded -
$100.00 JACKPOTAT Smith Matthew wa Primitive conducted tl'OllSt.. also home cured meat. orrawion.The Museum. systems by s galaxy of women
Baptist e e paid tor si sdvanc
Dedicatory Sermon will why cannot
(Church I pm. Sunday March This Is ... U saggt thaipcjygaaty the same benefit be
be delivered extended
by Rev. a L.L.mlaModertor
Hospital Report
She died home
at 1:30
p.m. shasta be
J'j legalhmlla to the American ", ale
of the Union
: :SI following an extended ADMISSIONS Feb. SI Mu.X. BaptutAaaoHatiofi. A_..... II as awl salygsiast who goes thrauth lift with a .
Other which will
ness A aetive of G....... pabHe ..esk. bat ate* successes! of wives an the Installment
County she kved to be a ripe (Dates Isehs.uve) R N.o* proerrara include; s.at be eeasad.r.d ..... *>slwwM plan. -
JITNEY JUNGLE Colored: Elton Smith Quincy .,. F. Sumptor, pester of !J
age was w*U known I* St. Hebron be wreaked with the hvrse eec &!All.oDA.M -
Frank Hineoa, Quincy Sherman Bethel BapUtt. Chattahoorhee, la...... a men seeN
community 5 White .
N may W .. .U eight -. __IIIT'_
Greva, Quincy; Meadie erdell D. Hamilton, pnncipal.'arterParramere. lake MlarMw fr
I Ira wives
The deceased. I
Ua aa
acknowledge Mt of tk .
I *** *>- 'IbM Au.1IW'II1t"C '
.i PLUS her savior at a very early age douse, Quincy; Naomi Anderson R
,joined St. Matthew Primitive Quincy; Betty Calloway Jackson funtot of Mt. PWaoat a **.. at .'.* <.. seeded by neal Ufl6.tJ .&. mates
Baptist Church wnere she aervld. -'uinryi' Jonathan Isaac, QIMS) .* 5 BONUS WINNERS I ry; batHe Thomas' Quincy; Deaeoai W. SheffiaU. I om to be teamed her, sad tai aid. sate ..IserkwasatkMikM4 _

I Following a abort ifHnald Forehand, Qutncy; Council Andrew Motile A. I maybe certain aspects ait tor.ign ... Asavrlrasi ..sa..i. klwna 'AR iii.

\ REGISTER AT It.,. C. Williams prngram.the hmght Irvin Powell Qtuacy 'ueker, L Oweae, R. Rotwneoc, I aid could be applied %sAmericsn all V tall: mmfj na beasH UC.tC-a.L.'" n.LOW'NO
a very short sermon. dehve.'edI I Katharine Byrd, Quiacy] Irene and Alice Dianne Bower I life n I* sigmfteant f. aw cask assrtal **.>- '- CItI1"--.s
The Grant Hsvaaa: DoN Evans I that although tile lane raagebeoetiti seat *f Arriraa sissasi*, C eaa Foes Twa OaKs CsCai 'I'IaR
I JITNEY JUNGLE I survivor are Win and I Isvsna, Irene" Harris Ravaaa; Circle Meets I at the forelo Peace rarely be M4 fe tss illsssa. II IASW
Smith __
Leroy Mr.
Salt .
Ella Tsanell. Midway Lula BUMcViUer I Corp hive still to be tssiyed.thr *4as. sasrttal ..*|*... by Asswtra "AthastiCad .
I, Lee Jon*, Mr. Dawey J4.UcPhsul .I Conate Me- )(t. Moriak BaptMt Ourta I I* censideritiasi btsiggtven ......<.. TlMs. a dnees. P4
BE SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY daughter John Milion. ,Cbattahoochee Midway' ; iLoiui..Ulia..... arcl met alt I ts sdtsng up a domeett tie f.eal.. aY ugraan siase4be -C :
dary, brother. Interment I Mr*. )(..... Manroe. Refreah- I Peace C.epe.lvpi saesagsy ......... .m -
6:30 P.M. SATURDAY mad In the St. I.ubew c-I BIRTHS COLORED neat wa .."' The pent -"-e- -4

tar,. SimmsJscksoa Jam** OUt and ..... Grant meeting will be at Mr Meame,

I Home U ehanr*. i Boy.Ieb.U." (Uvnry the first ef April i

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I n.nll fll\ll Mine. Quinn Florida drawn a/tur the rl"elna limo I '
,,, I a I ho "rIOln.1 Anawr or .,'he.I lied r"r he rr.'rll .'f I bid. Thos. Memorial
I I ''II In the .ttlra Itt the II,r a porlod or thlrt. uoi da> r "PIIIdEYI .1I
I CLASSIFIED ADS FlUGIDAmEZENITH. it ..I I h.l iroult Court on or TIll ,tt r.ar\M th. rlaht t., .1 Plans Special
I I Ihe loth day el March. rjert ally '"r all blili .,,d toW
I :: It ,,u fall to do ao, Juda .|T* Informallilri
I I-> default will tw takenM Till t'lTT Of Ql'WCT. I 11 Oid :- I ServicesThe
"M you for abs relict 4*. FIARlItAhyl I Spring
I L '..1 In th* Com 14251 14. l' fibber ; It>
I ''a N;,TlcB shall b* publish Coy HaoagerNor. I d.le. for the Spring Evan
rd < each wool for four eoa: i. 11 II IILI. '
IEIIIID: I.. week Ik lbs OaddnT gelUUc Service at the Thomas
'I I) ,,-. a newspaper pub Memorial Baptist Church have
N I '4 '" quincE Oadedca Counl A group of irchaenloglits dl(' been selected and adopted Theservices
I., l-ii 1.., ,da Fuqua Opposes ling up a buffed city north ofJerusalem i will begin on Monday
'I" '\ .AN uncovered the abel
FOR RENT Ont tnr bdroonkom
I"l 141 DO on.**tw* b>d 0' '''. I".rlda this 10 day oC of femal wearing a fortune evening. April 6 and ontlnui
I eton a ,
U14. There will be
H 7. through Friday.
room horn tot Ilioi per monil Sour Imporlalion In precious Jewels Girl Scout
l.l.Al IQdwln .
with po lhd oak floors. III.lIatb Claitha ,1t or no Saturday service. The servces
Haur the
Edwin li that
Th* amailng part
and KItcheN and all mod .
will conclud. with the evenlng
.,a on..hlsflc.u T 8 Fillob.. Circuit OourtUadadaa Florida Beef! tatty hn been dead about lOot NewsTroop
Pbo. County Foreign worship service on Sun.
(Iun.ltoro, Fla. HI IIfI a- Baur i'esra.
By Douglas
uf HI .1111 day, April 12
It U amailng
D.C. Maybe more
FOR RENT I B.doom ur Feb n. Mar. I, II I* 41O.ItALoII Congressman Don Fuqua said Some femalei In FngUnd trace The evangellit will be Rever 148 met Monday at tb.Pretobytprl.n .
fllrnl.h.d hCall ( iip'_ 8hIt.r H.I.hll SHIRTSand -- endMlllam Wood pallor of Church H. op-
("nilitolat'k to Arthur
CAPITAL PEST CONTROL NOTIOB today hit h. Is Introducing their King
MAIn ;-ubI. I U he Immanucl BaptUt ChurchTallahawee
IXW.CWRN with a flag
WHOM IT MAT and Americana brag about ned the meeting
K''K HF:M I r 4 II'''',n Furnlihd PMt C.str.I Tnailt I roT,,,i are hereby notified that \legislation In tha law the anreiton coming here on thuMayflower. Mr. Wood li a n.lit. .. ceremony and then divided Into
Apa lu','nt. PHvatt bain Localx Control Mai aidItoaci 'ha following motor vehkl isig would reitrlct by of South Georgia and Gradj' We closed the meeting
) at 10 B Jrftrrign Ontu PANTSLAUNDERED I Ird, 4 door, Corlal. No. OAMUUwill Importation of beef Into the County 11* has pastored, church patrols. "
PatsIIo. bo sold at puello _I. far Maina haint sold much with Day li Don..
Mrs Harold B*\U, U7 442::1 -a" United States N .
or 127 8431. II Call Tallabassee his I" I'0* o'alock on th. Hill dayf The American cattle- Industry mora than ihe and tier daught n In South Georgia and Central Jean Monroe
Inman John Alabama while
alaroh. till at : attending
;:N;i'RK2rIT Ro 'rn a to rtnt Ir ....n Motor Company, QutnoyThi faces a serious crluls today era came to America from llun college. He Is a graduate of New Scribe
rh.t. h"ma. O...,d rtaldantla COLLECT .. gary and money hungry
1"1 only
>.. lion Phon. 87.4174 or r Mil l FLUFF DRYREPAIRS HOME MITE :SIS.J43J proceed, of tbs aal* will Fuqu noted. "as And to now the archaeolo- Orleans B. P t II I Theological Troop 107 met March t at
..,. m N. Hh gtr i ot too token tsrlffi allow other nations up and Church We took
In | on at >i be applied lo lbs paymont Vmlnary pantored two he Methodist
hinted U kno
OFFICE 122 3711 U ,,at of rotakln, storIng: and to continually Increase their export lists haven they church In Mlmlsitlppl during Sues and darted working M our
)NI K Rh.NT Thru ".droom; : : vehicle andlbs who the long gone and loaded
of said' motor Today .
ale beef
poundage of his Jan Richrdmm
Jim three. week
\lnCurnlohod hou. 10 uIy of notice yearn study then He project t.allt

I.. on Lolt. Talquln .R..d. IallaHer and ___ -I .I.f _coat I. and of publication then to the aatlaraolion more than 11 per cent of the I lady wa.ltllweu'er.. from whit li known came to the Immanuol Baptist and Jean Munroe help.
MAin .41IO.Mu
pm due under thuretract consumed In the United This
balance beef
ot the Church Tsllahaasre October ed us with some King
'.:.._8.--I!. .JI_I! ALTERATIONSMORROW ,' with Janl It,nran. Roul.I States li Imported Fresh beef he lull with their shovels may. of IIW3 week Jennie Lou Betu and Donna .
Hos 117, uulncy. Florida eov 414. mil hive found a skeleton In Mama
Increased from
Import CoIn helped with our lining
ONE STOP aCing tho flnanclnc of said motor 'i family closet
vehicle. Any aurplua will ba paid. linn pot'id* In IftflO 10 BIll mil. Evidence Indicate the boyi They are from Troop liaX
FOR RENT and will remain II.skI. In 1863 Uv. cattle
to you you lion pounds New IMInda\ Kinard,
For All Your balance remalnln may have uncovered e\ldtnre PastorAt
DRIVE IN for any Imports lnM'f'llll'd from 845.(MM) scribeWoman's
unpaid under Paid contract.AHH'tATU rovlng that the Zata Oabori
Modern t Bedroom unfurnInhrd ltSCVCNTI'IORPIOItATION head In 1WO to 1332000 -
family bark at lent 60
ApII' tleD&. Locsted IB Hoarse .'rumfordVACL'VM Fishing Needs 11162. Ther hive been comparable centuries ZionThe Club Exec.
R It:. \Oanlttl andlamb
BT: increanes In mutton
Duplex at 711 W Msshlnc Lake Tclquln Road TaU."...... Vlorlda Board Meeting s.t
ton. Within walklnf dlstanre It Imports. Mount ZIon Baptist

of shops school and I Icburcbp. .- I W, D. Hirt.lU S. Roberts ILrmmnmm taut year. the United Stiles Church, located north of Qulncy .
.. IM TUB CIRO11T COl'RT OK look 711 per cent of Auotrslia'nbeef Farmer Night'sDinner baa called the Hev ItkhaidMcMillan The Kxecullv Board of the

CLEANERSNew THE "WfHlNH JIP10IAI TIHVI and veal export and for (' of Tampa as pss- QuincY Woman Club will meet

Call 277161, durlnf busl IT; IN AM FOR fIILIIN the p.al.ht'P.. yean ban been Is Held Joe, beginning Msrth I. 'ueadsy mornIng, Mirth 10 atten
and Used Cleaners II CIOtI1IITY. IN
nuns hours or 627.6294. after KIXIR1DA. the market for DO per cent of I Now In his second of a three- o'clock wl.h.h.. first vise

5 CII.uiCERT.l'IV0R'fI! New Zealand bonrlesi berf export p..ldl'nl. Mrs Fisher Williams
pm.FOR Any looks or model Hero Mondayleading year pantoral training course
Repaired LLOYD TIbRAUflNR. VANIANTITNG1tAM.V. *. ; at llaptlat Hlble Initllut In imldlng, at the club house

Write BOil J24 or .. PLAiNTiFF, Several South American na i riace\llle' thl* li his second A nunnberi are. urged to

IItL ISTATI Phone 177.6838 I R. VANKANtMNIl tUna are' now In crath programs area farmer were psttorsteMn Urnd
In Ih* Cmirt ft th. County told last nlnht th.t.hp were
HAM h'bIFENDANtNOTI'It to gain an even larger share of ) McMillan wai Miss Erm.
Cairo, Ga. Judu v Qnd.d.n County, riorlla In abs vanguard of an InduMryhat
the Amrrkan market Thus the FIELD MEETINGA
,. lay of KosclUftko Mlsslulppl
would be required to
In ro: h:'''1'* of 1'0, 0 KIt-'I.DINID R. V.ui..ND- American cattleman II faced They have two children, Curllattchaid
tdlth Whltfltla ltr*.tma 1NUIIAM with competition from low wage, ,its productivity by 33 p T centduring 4, anti Kimberly field meeting of neighbor

To All Creditors and Doo..d HinoniHxlnc e/o H, 1C BrkUin low tax Imports which ar* depressing I Uie next 12 years to 'The family will: continue to'rlvl; "hood chairmen of the Girl Scout

T V SERVICE Claim. or Dimand )ultrle Hire, (**.....II...*B. to an alarming degreethe satlufy the nation doniand fur I" iraceUlle' during. th* school .ouncll of the Apalartiee. H'nd

tf 4."," 4k Regain ail I IH ...... Asali .t bald CitaUr YIIU ar* hereby notified that prices that d )> to
".IB ,_ You and oach of you ira br a suit for dlvore baa bran produten receive:' The view was expressed Mini remain In school 12 Saturday morning In the
by noll'lad and rqulr4 to pro. brouoht aaalnot you In the llrult lay by D, D Hire. farm representstlv .
MACK3 RADIO k out any claims and d.mand.1 Court of Oa '
which y"u. or oltkr of p... may Florida In (0,.ne.r C. by IIXJYD a small percentage of the cost for American Oil Scout office In Tallahjwaoe" ,
RENT "urnl.hd down TV SERVICE t I anasa not th. otat of Edith T, V.uiI.ANL'INIiHAM. and y"U of th. meat In the storeas paid Company In Atlanta, .t a farmera Mrs Print Klhllka of Qulavcy -

and atalrs prlvat apartment entrant, prlvat. Llaihli bald 5.? gaal loll.... \'\'hltfl* of.Id.old trtman C, unty. dacsaa.d.'at. to th.l ., are hereby required. ald t*Court fll. with for by the customer la affected. night dinner mretlng boated /1. JoiiaL field rhalnncn, will conduct
h Olork of th your
and watr furnlihrd leo at N, ounty Juils. of Oadidon Counly wrMl( n 4efn*.a personally or while the prices which lbs cat by Frank Hitman, dlntrlbuor he planning nMNtlngJOIINtlOV .
I",... 81 or til 11.7. It Florida, at hi. oUlc. In by attorney If any thereto ando tlrman can receive has becomealnrnlln5 of American Oil product --- -.-
thl court 11011. at oold Conolyit ..rn upon th* Plaintiff at. and will get worse un n Qulnry area. This meet : AND RIGHTS BILL
100 Per Cent Financed Q.ln. I"loldo within ala orny a copy thr.of on or b*. lets remedial action I* taken : .th: held at abs Jefftison Mr. and fit.... Stanley Ilurfls
FORSALE month. from oIh
I BRICK HOMESAny first publication r', \\"n .i or* lbs 4th day of AprIl A. !>? He noted that th. cattle Industry louse Monday night March 2 I lad as recent guest her father' Senator Humphrey (Minn)

HOUSES I Size, Completely Finish tic.. Two oopl** of sash slum or liU.n.roln fall not or Judsmenl has tx-come a vital one at I.30, 'I'llt'n14l of the meeting. U U. IVarman Meridian assUtant Democratic leader

i ed. Prices Start at I doniand.hall stats ahall Ih*b plo. In wrltlnc ot r"UUno. and. will bo *ntr ad *.*l ,*t you by In the Ninth District of Florida whlih was attended by several MlMlulppUMlas I who will serve aa Senate floor

FOIJIIALIII I bedroom horn.i, $7200 .nd pool *fflc. addison ot tholalmant "af W1TNKHH.ull. iny hand and th* along with such growth In the Jadatlen agriculturists, wasOmter : Y.lYt Darsry of Ws h.1 manager for the meaiurt said
low down payment Call Sill and ahall b* worn to .eal of at (,itinc 7 o\lla. 11* noted that production Profits ThixHigh CtiemralliaUon niflon, ) I is visiting. her lh. I'l-enldent U completely
.r at tll4 Magnolia Dr.Mar. ,I for Bedrooms I b) .b. ol.lm.nt, his hOot oratlo"o Florida, .h d'hl*oi day of Maron.: Increased from 134 million ." Mrrnls, Mr, snl Mrs U. R committed to the strong terms

I. Il. U, It tt $46.39 per month I, riling t.?.and 01 ooa acoomp.nl.d dollar and by ou.h a A. l>. liU.IIiEAL Edwin. Bane pounds In 1911 to 371 million Kite predicted, that area' farm UaiaeyMrs. of the 11,tune bill.

We also accept your old home claln or d.mand not 5. tII.d ) nrk of said Court iraunds In 1WI1, Horldas prorreMlng en would prove equal to tierrhollengs It. U 1I..kt has returned llumphiey addmi that tlmie

TOE SALE: Jlouo.. M.do. IoU la 5 trade .hill b* void By ./ Douglas Baa. from a poorly retog, of meeting sharply fron a visit In INmaacola would be.."no wheels or deala'I
Q I Harold B. atrtatmanA .
Own n"t Owner IlIfT'tl : '. balance Writ P. O Box 124 administrator, of Ih* RaIsIn: DAVm I> .c.HAL cited cattle producing slat to Increasing agricultural needs, with n relatives- to gain Its passage even II n

Contact mr.llma Walsh or Phone of Edith Whltfl.ld Klr.rt Albino A. at I.... the point whets she I.-now thirdIn hut at Ills same time cauUimcd Mr and Mrs;: Fisher Williams taken two week to break
I.hone MAIn T. tI( man, d.o. ui.dPI gulnry FloridaAUVKK1U4B.WKNT the Southesst and 17th In the hat this would los possible onlyhrotigh and Mrs Jail Itlchardaon have hrmigh. a certain Southern Silo i
-- I m. publlratl Ii. Moe February, II IKI 4; tlorae, too j'l.JntltfM nation the bent cooperative eforl returned from a visit In AUana hiialer, He I. hopeful that the
loll Nab. 10. II U
I BtUKOOMS Cairo C*. I. II, Fuqua laid that American ut th* companies whkhsui bill tan b* pMiod without subtaiillal ,,

".1. ...... Moms lorale U I' In tha Court of the County FOR BUM) cattlemen hav a huge Investment 'ply farm equipment, fuels Robert Maxwell student atValdoaU changes
.. I',,, torarll
a K Helllart KX HCONSTRt
..t. Ha 1..1... I.err. KmTil I I judi O"dad n County, Vlor. 'ITINrt WATER In their herds, land and and chemicals. Mat College: spent
Balk ........ ", .1.. Id., In Pro aI" WOKK KOVWVTONTH FOR equlpmmt and deierv fair II. Holed that the fcvnd In he weekend with his family, -- -
IIM (.....,..u... KIU !>!... No. 181JLUA TIIM CITY OK1' MLINCY competition recent yean hut been to larger tha T U Maiwells.Mn It. R. PLAN AND All

la*. l>ea. sIlos II.... Hill. He In r., Etlali lll.Lrk.H or LUTFHI P1.0IIIIM Pointing out that h* hsd met md better managed farm. with I M U Walker ha. returned \1NAAA
WI7Ilor bo roo
........ t'll *. tall MA f HOMES Scaled propvaala" will Informed source haveeon.
mars larormatloa or WrllfJark I,.Faa.a Hved by th. ctty of Qlllnr", several week ago with Perre- heavy emphasis, on Improved from visit In Maum with
l>. ..0.... Ill lOris SI. All Crlltor and H.r onaIlavlnc Florida In tho ourtrnom.., Oada. ary: of Agriculture Orville ,yields from exiting acreage1h her mother hIts E T (Qaull firmed that the Johnson Adminlstrstliin -
..Henna. MaFOH. I Clalua or txmandaA den County Jlr: lit Hone*, until Freeman to discuss thla problem next decade will see a ney das drawn up
Bald Kalat
aln t .
-.----- -.- ,' Inn and> sash of you are '. *. 100...n.AM',,-,.. gcl.arwa T, Apr II.It IISor and< Fuqu said that h* and continuation of this trend with Mrs Annett Bernsleln nlMw phati to carry out a connrtslonal -
by notified and roqllirod to pr*. water works irnprvomanlK al older member of Congress had Ih. bulk of increased produc Drleana arrived last week directive to slop aid to

a.otao V .1.lml and dmand which place and Mm lbs Mid hoped that remedial action Uvlty necetaarlty derived frominienisitl.d for a visit with her moUwr Mri any nation whoa ships ur

BALES Kingsberry I which may havo you,acalnu or alth th'*r **of tat*you o; prll".ol. will ira opn4 pub might be accompllahed on a farming mKhodi," Henry WelnlmgMrs planes carry goods to Cuba.
Bedroom House. LowDown Julia HhoUor I.ulen. d.c..oct.1 lUll I'ropo.) and.!* may ". submittal o* voluntary badsAgreements h* said Jam. Watts U visiting (Mt sixteen nation listed a*
payment Low ----.Ii lat. of aald County, to th. to mlJuris ,I any number of Ihe three dlvl reached slnte Hlr. said the "rhemlcallia. In I'erry this week with her son having sent slilps or planes toCuba
Psyments. Flnsoe of O.do.hn Co"nl"lor'l ,, Into whl. h Ih* week I* 41. tha : Hlcliard 1. PhillIps blalstepsrlntent
Monthly ,, I na that time hsve not met tlon which he defined .. the and daughter In law. ,
Ida. at hi. "10' In the ""urthou. me
tog Already Arranfrd. Nor. Greenwoodand .. of *al
man McMllIsn. ills Ma,' Smells, within all oalonda aa dlvlatuna. Tko work ounelala a*. cent to In* datmttlo cattle Industry .. the Judicious application utohemlrals I loll"*, N. C. la visaing her niece,, only three -m Greets, Tuikey
Dolls Drive tfAMBITIOIB month from lbs urns of thflr.l ntlally frf th* 'o"1""' *: Ole pointed out to aolL cropa, sod I Mrs K. A. MacUuwan and husband and Mororeo are netting any
publlcitlon of thl aotlr liiviHKiN t iB, Sl'OaYOUNf11ATUNI II would teem, Fuqu said, llveelmk the ibwabl United aUale* ...1.'-
I was mual
.. Two lOP..' of *..... lain. erihall de.mand pol*' .tihjoundailiwork ciwvmilenl -
Sunset Acres "" .h.1I b. In welling, and for th. lar well, .... that \.he only lutlon Is to pass and * stats 'h. ph.csafrsaldons inc of neoeaeary .*o*-...", 8O" legislation which will restrict of lnrrealng farm yields. in Miami to attend the
h:1... i4v": W.iWANTEE0 'and portilalmant 01'10' sddraaa or tho tr.llad oomp.n.olud auk.fill. *palal auch Importation to a reason. Noting that farmers buy more I fund raising dinner lor the PLANS MOil IMT9
CLARK PLEMMONS and .hall b. awrs IabY anti ln,**lla.lone and load
lbs .1.lm.n.. hiasgsatsr. able level U th American cst petroleum products than soyother lieroorratl Committee of Fit..-. I'lani fur a new serlss of
Pbon MAIn 7.Illl I alt orosyan d aoompanl d by a I lilVUIION TWOl ConelMIn- ofoutald I 11* Industry li to b* pieserved atiigle InduMry, and that Ida when* lTeldei4 Johnsonwsa
rocket bunching InXorwsy
T"lna to b, loot tiling>* ol sos dollar and auch cast Iron pips llnaa valv Its Mid that this was Ins reaoonfor sounding
moot agricultural
chnnlrali guit speaker,
at hom.. (.11 MAin ,.n17. It are announced th
claim or demand not II tlld connection to ilMln were by *
lag and the bill which h* I I. intro.during Mia
pill-oleum derivatives IUt. laid Dorothy Smith
-- -- Shall b void dual ,
MUTHBK8 who 1- I clear welle. and the new national Aeronautic and hpat
want to earn but can- only H. Alny LutmA wait aeoe ary drabS lino over. In Congress this week It wan "only natural that farm iura. at Vereen Memorial. ilospllal -Adinlnlstrsllun.

work putt time. Her*"a an ...utor ot lbs last Will tow and rolooMkia of siwerVlVWION and that a large number of legIslators en ehould turn to their regu 1 Moultrle. Ua., a|>en| the I lbs rOl k.1e will b* usad lo
of Julia
TMtamant .h.lt.r
opportunity! to earn sans ofr LEON txittn. dmaa4 ConolotJn..r bate fipresaed their tar Supplied for \..h.1t"Unfllrtun.I.I" weekend with, law mother. Mn
TIIRCItl =.i"nu'd est theories ai to the forms-
or* per hour ahowlna" Avon such
support of leglslstlon. Helen
(nometloa.. Write Mr. Dorothy That publication Fab. II. liltOr all welded "..1 ae praatraea i Hmllh Ion of the lclrral! charged]
)Martin Avon DIM. Nonuser. MOBILE HOMES >cory end Towle .4 oonorete If pa close wai.rwall ," h* added, Visiting Mr, and Mrs. Tracy ayer of th* atmosphere) It la
P. 0. Boa 1141 M *.*., TaIls. Qulney FloridaAttnrn napabl of atortna 1,505,000paiNe. "pptroleutn luppllen llddl.during Die w..k..IcI".la
; as a
.... I y* for Kiaeutor; .. 101'.I" Inald diameterI 40 mile *hov* tOts earth.
ha Fla 11 Sal. e ..,.Ic. : r.b II. I*. IT. Mar I dli9OTll'tO I water depth .11 tank ", coo, Scouts Taught group -- hats been alow Inmreilng her brotlirr m I.., K. L John -------------- --.--- --
I ...rI.., sad noraoeary palMIn their. obligation. to ion of Ualnesvlll and James A. UOLDWATrk SUPPORT
TO CItRilTUitlFlorida :
Tha af uak t* k* **lote4 nuke ,, Riddle
Hew Moon. Vuletie. CtatutH type Outdoor Cookery "n..nlllnIoIb.4lMlf'd.*- of Jsiksonvtll. Mrs.
18(4 ZigZag Machine 13741 Gardner. Coneor Stewart. In th. Court of th* OuntyJuda by the ,Owase.PNaa apoglfloatloa* *", ."*. lIvery avallabl to agrtrulturata. Agnes IllUdle, who has been vl*. enator Barry Ooldwatar (Iii

rub er will lake f S.01 pay Nice clean Used Trailer I 1 Probata> Oadwl. County. Florida. raot doogm.nta ar. avallabl lorpublic Frank Plltman I* the only ling. her son and daughter In Aril, buoyed by what his Mil
I' and 10' Wid. In*ri tue of Inapootlo 54 tha offlra Flor.da of. Inetrurtlon In "Outdoor Cook t>ilnry'baaed suppllnr regu law her left with them and "a great ground.swell" of support

oient Writ Atlas Sewing R. L. Clt nitER, :lbs City Manar bo ,obtained Qulncy. untIeS ,r1" wss demnnetrsted Tie arty Nklng (nmpM. lines ort went. Ut m I'etersburg' on a visit lor till Republic I'resU

Center Z80 N. Palafox SUPensacels W* trade for furniture *.1anything I t> i-aa dT Wledeman, or may and lnalon Rnslaeera. dsy ..ttIn.. of th* Qul P-<|uallty agricultural fuels, Mr*. Alice lorry Wlllu.lt rat dentlal bid, I I. stepping up his

Fla 71 *>f nlua All' Crvilltnrs Claim. and or txmandi PrnniHirlna P. O Hos lOll. Atlanta I, buds Netghhorhood Asanclstlon rhemlcals, luhrlcanla, and TBAtema turned to I'enaarola Sunday .H- campaign to bOld Ins UOP tick

W* Have KOOL SEAL Anln.t Said Katal lor.l. tttwil all deposIt Wvlatona o< 111 at th* Woodward! Oreen Pastures 'owing I two week vUlt with .t.

Too and .*ph of you ara hr. or One-half any or tke amoant of 4*. Farm. "To athlev. peak efHrtetirynateanltated ASia U M. Undwy and rtl.- Th* Uoldwster. force are

9. .. ID M mil. west efTalquln ,.by no4lflo4' and r q.ilrd to pr*. PO.K will b* refunded kpoai Ik* Mr*. C. R. Shaw Jr GirlStOlid by th. nation 11,". about to open a speaker bu-

FOR SALE Ian. which<*nc any)you pialma or lihr and of y d.manda..u, mrhar .tura of whole all dooumant thirty (IS) (aaMer oodoondltloM Troop ConautUnt, and growing agricultural demands, Mr, and Mrs. Course Martin f.au. to Mixl the tienalor1! top)

against the **tal* of R. U til date of openlni of klda. Mrs. Bradley Munrne, Junto today farmer moot demand and and granddaughter Newell of supporter acroa Ins station
Tallahaase Florida ('h_.', dc.ud, isis .f aali Ha i *proposal meat ka ewem.panle4 Girl Scout Troop Leader, conducted rmwlv ..,....1.11, convenient ralUhasar* wire guest of Mrs carrying his _....* to boy

1952 Willys Sedan 1211 West Tonnes ,I County, to(touty lbs couMy. Flnrlda Juda M hl oOadiddi ky a certified otiork.qvai sea the demonstrations handling of his fuel and chemical ... M. Und..., Kundsy. spot in the ffort to win tb.IlUmln.IlUn. *

I lotI"'. In tho oourt h<,u,. of aald ..bid at haM band I tea* a*(11 amonat%) poe ....t During thai meeting Mr. Robert need A single suppliesoffering Mr and Mra Henry Rollinsvlilted .

Rebuilt : Pbon 122-Illl County at Qulnoy, Florida' withIn at tk* amount M4 Gardner reminded Uios attending full line of both on Harold Htreetjtian In Uohan ----
els .* ''.'due manlha from tb of. A anMract p.rfaemsacs M4tarmeat that "Dime for Daisy: easy credit terms would appearlo \ during the weekend and (LIE lION SMOkING
tint ef th Nrt publlrMloa
I lIla aotln Tw* o pin. ef oath bond hundred I. .. amount(!**%) would _mor..* Oarl Scout b* the only completely 1 aatlafactory from than* went to .....
199. ....11 k. equal (5 one Thinking Day Hh said that ,. .I.IIm-1 Indianapolis Jesse E.
hum or o maa I. eaSt of tho ooatract *"..nt, attluibm: I ,. Ala to al .ncI aba .
wrltlnf. and hall a4at lbs plart. will par k* reoulredMo all Brownie and Girl Krouli ---- .-- -- -- Hon of her moth.,'. Wright, 43, lighted a elgarrtt
WELL DRILLING of eushisa' e. and poet stiles .. bmlttMl M4 My b* with. would ...., drowned
856-5453 dross of the .'alo,,,"'. ai,4 ahal I their uniform to .ifr-s Puma Brady All of her and almost
b. swats I* by th. lalmint hi church this fhindsy In obaenrsnc Political children were present for Uie Driving along rail Cr*.k park
---- -- .- -' Featuring a Complete 55001. or atlom.y aol annomaanl VITAMIN" AND of Old Scout Week celebration Sunday, way, Wright look a deep drag
Line ef Demlag Pumps Lob I .4 a filIng fx of asa I II I' choked and fainted When b*
dollar a.l uch lalm or 4..a.' HEALTH FOOD SERVICES
Hone Of Irrigation. Announcements
I On* of th most fraatrstlni to his car had run ever
FOR SALE not e. mood hll b* cold IOU U YKAM
R. P. rh...*rJ I ,ecl.| Diet sad I characteristics of an alcoholic t h. curb rolled] down a bank

GOOD. SMALL: SEP TERRYROSAHARDWARE I It Ch administrator MrA .4 th.' ShillS ,....* U his Inability to accept IHrecognU FOR ('OeNn 11111'? Denver Kay B. Blmons, SO,' and Into the creek

CASH REGISTER CO. Kaiat* flat of J(. L. LhMr, ... Mb Aodrey K..v**. OwverNl I that b* I* In **rlouiIroubl 1 hereby announce my candlitary filed for divorce rwcnlly He II. waded to shore, unhurt,

W. Rlsjg IL. n. 117.T41S lepiu owrwhelmlnivldenc I for re-eleflloo to the 14.4 kit. Iswyer thst h* and hi.If but b* vowed, 1m giving uptmoklng

With I Totals 1 Total for 1421 South *Monroe. Florida SLTallahassa I n Flrtaklleallo U jAhMBM T.b. n. IIIAlI.b..Tforjolnt I to that ffrt office. of Sheriff of Csdaden .. Dorothy parted about JJ :' .

Money 1 Total fee Tax.H4S I A4mlsltratora -- ----- County. subject to the Demo- year ago. -_ -

DETAIL TAPE FOE 11}.HOT lOt 111 K. *'aahlR-Ve* .t,.... I erst I* Primary, May I, IMH.I Mrnon added: *I 'm't thins It takes a pollretnsn to Risk

JOe A STORE RECORD. "- ;?: 17 Florida, Mar. I, tt It 41II .:.:.:-..:.:.:.:.:-:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:-:-:.:.:.:.I My ......10 I* to _Un... UI I sh.'a eonUng bark* I criminal think of the -law ..

I'Nn01\ my part record as,
$7500 ) Til* rlltl-t'IT COt RT aro Sheriff

CHANCERY past ronfldenr in me and I

OUR OWNCUSTOM Ntrnrn UOMIM or FIMANCEUNCAP ariTMODRKN .m agile sincerely *..sng! foe

your vote snd support on Ms
I : ", at ere.ra4J*> \, )
'I MADE nPlalatlff '. FUEL

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t RUINJkMT Oltl'lTJlII: r. TtrrMBT aM ki.' raid If- A4 .
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Ufa la.. ''.. aew has *paIn VENETIAN \ I
("' f *4ai>taTOl
la ike Quiacy. H areasoiling CRnrKN: C. THtSBT sod ton mirtirror OIL
ordinary life Ina, koepl miei JA TOURIST; I II UAu.i>r.* C'otN"
nat group a4 p.aaias plena. BLINDS HEWED POM Offlr IMS 474Rafelirf PURINACHOWS I
Call er write B.'I Oliver at 114III I .. I I hereby announr my randlnaey
ae write f a BJS Into TelUhaaaea. II TOU IIKUTKR, K tiky I. TltrtUIIT for .IM...* to tIns OWn

yab.lSfl.hOar.l.h5. Flor la a AWNINGSSTORM aid OON JA TtlllumY ar.koraby ., o/ Unarm of Cadaden County, HOMEDELIVERIES
aollfled thai a O>.,,l&lalto ubet t* the tieimteritl IYIanary -
WINDOWS forotloM a oaoat..* .. the I
May IfI64.C1..llIleaUetla .
folwww ****rtb4 property, "*-1 1I
ALUMINUM SCREENS I wit The official weighing was February 29 : Urn ftVhoulGradual l
I CM (t) *<** more *r loss, .. Member of riortd .
las Ik. Moth *..kalf of thatrials at 10 a.m. Starting w.lqht. 35 and 40 Bar T Tear Uw tAforrw.anvnt DISTRIBUTOR
.. two itt more or
..n ill Quincy Glass aa d.atibsd la WarraAiyl pound The**) plat will b. w.Igh.d bperlenr a* RpeetalAgent
ART IJCMONal eoreee* I : tt, Jabs H. Thonky aa* wits federal Bureau of CallSERVICE

.'oriua.r ......10.n!, aloe Mra.a JaaM.*ioe ae4 A. C.lot.. I 1.MM Tkjroey.,. f'_ I>ala each Saturday at 10 a.m. Wtlahls will Inveetlgatlosi Nualnea Mania

r. 44ljini 51 ';.. wilt f k l*.it s AND COVERALL CO. Tkonaa Tkoaua Sod said dead t> wIfe.dodd Joe Iwoomtoe O. be rocordwd. You are lnvlt*>d to com Ood...*. County peat IIFeats

DectrkalSoppli *t 0MM0 meaty. FtOT about Purlna'i Profit Plan law mfurteManl _.... _
rUKre ....
.mbtaf Idol sill CM. (Ito Mr for you
.. ,.........* *l. nut
sod nitlatg MASs 74141 :It., ...* a*' ** partfotorlyrr i-ou tooUnued
** Pip* .. ..,. kaIIUMUtU > ol Feeding
W4 a* .10. I. UveellgatkN of ***>*
Boat.. 6278888mourner
'WaJae Heaters TU ,' M 5 Mat 14* yaraa. rrtaw* ConpM. eoopertUnawtU

Ca sod OU HMtor 'sont tko of BaM ta. KortkweM Mo-kaif *eorawrot ii.oetkns.4 all late en/ofrenwnl *..*.

RADIO $. tsaetet soai.oisis. SUBER tie niuier tfco ptlodpU All per-
tel. w.adiP n.. Ill sooa. rgardks of their atMlotia cciit

ROCCOPIPE oW "_II, 5055,. Fuer I., w'J04. -.' life. *r* entitled to fair sad .
TV SERVICE o4** M*.r. FI.rai3.. sod mata and
W 0 lBPrtll tmoiwnt sails tilela.
*o* Reed fe a 4l41an. I* ..
...... ai LaU..a yar a I ikoav* usa fMik foe a ..
& SUPPLY CO. sad 5..d.44 4Mta. of T* yards, lkar JOHNSON I ate*r.ly aak leg your .. 6632319IN
Toot (or a "iMa_ *( 1* / o
44 TEAM OF SCXTICZ trr*) .AOI** mmumrsi .. I iwoxe eve Monk a.e a *...*- and "r-: May tin. I
f t* find* w ta* >oial *avammwik -I- fW5 FalrtiuU Stamps OnCH.ATTAHOOCHEE
T. nil An ***) .*l* f-rs : I 2121 W. Jefferson SL Pied P'd5in.i Ad'

.U.DAY" .*. bass IlIad *.*JMt yes. a" :
FHOWE U1IIT 70 are ra*>ro4 '. wo a ooerit All Purchases!
till S. M.*... SInai a4DO. 44 .Sid* your A o.or '.r ",J. 4l '. i.-- I An open naiad to a good asset
..- tkoMaolaJat te !*' t'. o' aASo.rnen. a bud demO Ut It be oM M .,*.
AU.AJU.UEE. noamA _*ar I. Oar4..r. ofisrdn. that nothing Maya la .. |I
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taken from his hospital bed to we Joe leave Quincy. Since I DINO-DONG-BELL" dropping out of school at ae ter In law, Mrs. Ollvt Castle-

I r the physical therapy departmentfor started trying to play golf Main Taking the 'Fuss Now I don't like to think that 14 or slaying in school and persona berry Edwards and grand and daughter sister, Terewe Mrs.-

Bits And treatment a few days back 've come to know Joe pretty after these 100 years of my life, facing failure before their Davis Burch of Mobile, Ala.
and right out of a clear sky weU. Joe It a good golfer, i Out of FabricsThe I: alUI let go In like manner friends who, year by year become Mr. and Mrs Jones
the bone In his thigh broke good man, and I feel that I'll but people meeting me on the younger and younger( Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Griffin for
left Tuesday to
again This required another be mlMlng the occasional aasoci- want to figure out why? the weekend in Atlanta
PiecesBY Gadsden Home Demon- street this week are asking, you spent 'visit his sister, \Mrs. R A. Dun-
operation In which a ateel rod aUon with a mighty good friend. all with their son and daughter
ration Department plans toorrer Well, how did your fireworks Is the school to assume and her daughter, Mrs
was inserted to give the bone W. wish you the bet of luck a laundry clinic for the go'" blame for the child not having In law, Dr and Mrs. Taylor May Garner
HUTCH additional strength Julian says hoe. In anything that you undertake public To help homemaker Mr. Shuler, I looked that time to be "just a child?" I Griffin and little granddaughter Dr. J. M. Griffin Is attending
that Thomas is back again In the future. Let us up Helen. Mrs. Griffin
on Leslie
keep up to date on care of thearray editorial wanted me to once heard t second-grade' remark a medical meeting In New Orleans *
deal but the partial recovery heir from you when you get of new fabrics on trade you i "Today, I (get to go home remained for longer stay this week.
You talking a I : 3oe': read, (AU Work and No Play,
but not have any Idea settled in your next location names and laundering cleaning from the Feb. 24th Tallahassee after school." It turned out that Mrs R. S. Hobbs and sister Mrs. Eileen Wright and sister -
Judy, really put
toy daughter, when he will be released from processes, a clinic will be Democrat and I, too, agree Monday she had dancing lessons Miss Vertle and Miss Lillian Mr. Pauline Cogglni spent
one up to her mother last week. the Tallahassee Institution LunchroomMenus prexented March 18 at Suber that children are given litHe Tuesday- Brownies, Wed. Smith left for Winston Salem, the weekend In St. Augustine
You know the le a little on the & Johnson show room beginning time just to be children, and N. C., recently to visit the' where they played in the duplicate
chubby side so she asked her I've seen people pushing can at 10:30: arm quoting Elsie Mae Wahl, "If a Ity. former's daughter Sherry Hobbs bridge tournament
other If she lost 15: pounds and trucks trying to get them The Home Demonstration Department child want to just punch holeIn "But Frldsys I GET to go who la i student in the college Mrs. J. M. Griffin and dausht-
between then and the 28th of started but never have I seen will be assisted by two the dirt with his finger, he home! and the other days, there era Margaret Lawson and Jane
March would she take her and a group of grown men pushing a March 9 March 13 home economists Mrs, Ema- shouldn't feel the pressure of I have to practice dancing and I Mr. and Mrs L. M. May and returned yesterday from Panama
a few of her friends down to motor scooter. That Is not until Monday, March 9- line Carpenter, Florida PowerCo. time that would keep him from piano"! Mrs. T. J. Farr spent the weekend City Beach where they
Mexico Beach for the week Tuesday when I saw Chief Home Economist will dealwith Well, much for my 'ser'
Barbequed Pork on Bunt so doing" According to the so In Pensacola with the Mays'daughter spent several days
end before Easter The catch, Hair and two or three of hU Whole Kernel Corn laundry problems at themorning editorial, "With high school mon' of the week. Mrs George Logglns Mrs. R. G. Martin of Penal-
In tt Is that the wouldn't let, assistants pushing "Bo" Belts I Carrot Cabbage, Raisin Salad session and Mrs. VlrInla requirements practically what Had a letter from the Smitty and family. cola was guest of Mr and Mn.
me or her mother know what down Madison street. They, Smith, Home Economist college Barnett spent the Horace
Dessert Cut Peaches requirements were for Smiths this morning: "Patri Mrs. Edgar Curry Thursday night
the scales revealed when she were unsuccessful and the last: for Florida Institute of Laundering the last weekend In Tallahassee and
Bum Milk generation, grammar cia the baby) site on Caesar at guest Friday.
Urted. Of course we trust her I saw of that parking meter Tuesday, March 10- and Cleaning, will give school student have a heavy the boxer) to watch T.V., and of Mr*. Gladys McFarlinMrs. Mr and Mri. Cecil Cook of
but we would like to keep up contraption It was still balking Turkey Shortcake care of new fabric Including load on their heads" A BIG they exchange frequent kisses'. James Love has returned Chattahoochee were guests of
'with what If any, progress she Acted like It was tired Fresh Buttered Carrots the 18 basic fiber, natural andman BUT: What about the third of And this bit: "Eula, 1didn't from a visit In Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Peterson
snakes 1 bet she wins though Waldorf Salad with Lettuce made. the class thai' above average enjoy your descriptionof her son In law and daughter during the weekend.
Think I
will mentioning
fltlght quit Toasted Cheese SUe Ninety percent of the development Intellectually, so bored with the nice spring weather in Dr. and Mrs. Frank P. Slay Sirs C. D. Gerbedlng and
th-; that his lunch
on heels of all these that dog brings Butterscotch Ban with Car and research on new the classroom day while teacher Qulncy. It Is still cold and! Bobby Lester, student at the !son Danny have returned to
often and In
letters> to the editor about the so think hes picnics it our now yardI for amel Icing fibers has taken place In the goes over, and over, and over dreary her Memphis), so just, University of Florida, spent the their home In Philadelphia, Pa,
pros and con of the economic doing It Milk and Butter last ten years. Only through the same work trying to catch up don't mention your weather any I weekend with his parents, Mr. after spending several week
He's done again
situation of the City of Quincy publicity Wednesday, March 11- keeping a constant flow of ccceaLly the slower third? Somewhere more." and Mrs. Bob Lester, Jr. here with her mother, Mrs Helen
and surrounding area comes Scalloped Ham and Potatoes developed Information along the way, after learning School Dr. S. E. Wllholt has returned Smith. Mr*. Smith and another
Been lights In thpuplll.ln At George
the news that Budd Cigar Company of the Old Turnips available can today's homemaker to tune out this monotony we Thursday after THAT RAIN from Pensscol where he daughter, Mrs. R. N. Willis .
Is closing down and moving Spiced Beets er sure that she I la getting find some of our best minds underwent surgery of Tallahassee took them to
late at night of small boys sailing
everything in the cigar man Academy Building Cake Squires the proper knowledge to care having to be privately tutored. couple paper Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Palmer Jacksonville from where they
for several weeks Have been boats In the school yard'Sure !
Ufacturtng operation to Dothan, wondering what was going on. Corn Bread Butter Milk for the many costly Items of Sure, I believe In equal opportunity looked like Qulncy was had,as,weekend: guest her sls- left for Pennsylvania.
Ala That really depresses me March 12 but aren't
Thursday, clothing and household fabricsccessary we confusing
decorated by the members of having a good turnout for the
I'm afraid, though the local Barbecued or Fried Chicken In our everyday IIv.Inll. It with EQUAL ACHIEVEMENT I
decorated thee members of "Polio SUllarl"People !
by '
manufacture of Florida Queen English Peal [. ? What has our county 'I NEED A GOOD PLUMBER
the Junior Woman's Club. That'sthe
and Big Man cigars has beencurtailed Irish Potato Salad Taking "The Fun Out of Fabric. done In the way of opportunity
crew getting credit for It, IN A BIG HURRY =
in recent years, that but I've been told there have Orange SliceaChocolale *" /la planned to help 1I0me.i -, for our children who seem unable who live In a nice
this town will sorely miss the, been quite a few male "volun Pudding i makers do just this. to grasp "book-learning?" town, like Quincy, ought to appreciate AT REASONABLE COST? ,
payroll that this organizationhas tolls, Butter, Milk Don't they have the choice of the opportunity.
teers. Their husbands You ,
afforded for .! ,
so yearsI -
many March 13-
Friday, -- ---- -- -- -- -- o
know I started to school !In that
for one, would not know how School's Choice TATTLE TALESBy
to begin, but If I did I would building January, 1016.W We hope that you will keep I TIME TO II WE HAVE or want to contract ,..
certainly go to Mr Budd on In mind that these menus are Mrs. Eula Levee Paints _
bended knee If necessary, and have a new pro-manager subject to change for the following Plumbing Fixtures a big or little Job? --
site that he reconsider such a at the Sawsno Country Club. reasons: Couldn't help but sympathizewith 'I Complete Line of
lie Is Bob Wind and THEN DIAL 627-8666
drastic move. We need the originallyfrom 1. Government commodities the baby of Hal and Carolyn Building MaterialsAlroa
Budd Cigar Company and only Calra, Ga, and a member .re delivered which were not Davis when, lacking a know-I .' I Aluminum Roofing
'wish that they needed us just of the family that has publishedthe In the county when the menus dgable( vocabulary of curse Galvanized Roofing It bidingIlousewsres 24 HOUR SERVICEI!
half as much. I understand that weekly Cairo Messenger for were made. I words, and after Mama says,, k Gifts
the tobacco processing, packing wife so many moved years.to Bob from and Pen.his 2. Community food habits, Don't fuss, don't be a fusty! : Carey Asphalt Roofing MOODY PLUMBING COMPANY
ind storage facilities under the Quincy are considered. I baby," her emotions erupted Gold Bond Sheetrock
title of J. T. Budd Jr. It Com-, saoola and he took over at the 3. Blue in the cost of a food with the strongest! words she REMODEL and Gypsum Product
pany will remain In the present -' club on March 1. We welcome item knew: "FUM, fuss, FUS.-.-.!" Sporting Goods k Farm Supplies 1927 Mainline Drive
location. Mighty proud of Bob and his wife to the club: 4. Availability of equipmentand Puts me In mind of the time I BUILDBELL Plus Hundreds of Other Items QUINCY. FLORIDA

that: I and Quincy personnel my brother, at the age of 4 or
Joe Donadlo, the profession No menus ire given for Friday :S, hit his thumb with a ham- & BATES HARDWARE CO.
Through Julian Adams I golfer who has been at the club because of class planning mt'l' He screamed out the I Next Door to B&H Construction Company
learned this week that Thomas for many years, wound up his and school preferences The strongest, words he knew 13 NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCY
Barr, the young man who was duties on February 29 and will Friday menu is usually ho -
so badly injured several months be leaving Quincy for other dogs, hamburgers or fish..
ago while riding a horse, was parts In a few days. I hate! to



USED PARTS for all makesof Sycamore Home Demonstration .
Club met at the homeof D1'OR14lDRDfs/ONfDf r UNMMYMoRU'fDbvDS'0ME"RDIDINSPIRED"LIVING '
Cars and Trucks Mrs O. F Shepard on February -
I 17. The food, nutrition
and health leader, Mrs. Reginald
BUY JUNKED CARS McPherson and clothing leader, "
1422 W. Jefferson MAin '7-7115 Mrs. Homer Smith, were I In ROOM
barge of the program for this
month The program topic was
t Are What "
"You You Eat.

e %e4ct 7i/h n .i %asraci lsn V.> 111 The the club home will of Sirs meet Myles March Putter n-

The home grounds leader, PIECES UPHOLSTERED fj i FABRICS I

hits homer. Lovle Smith Hosey will give and report Mrs

on clothing materials and what $3995
you should or should not plant
111 the month of Maivh. Everyone SETTEE and2 MATCHING CHAIRS

I will bring a prepared recipe !
with a copy of the recipe for
the Unit treat Best recipe Laij rfMiKr *. vc'ssagagDELUXE Convenient Terms
1 J will be chosen to appear In the i r iv,
7t Hume Demonstration Coo ,_ SlUt ILI"AGI 1IAI

0 Sirs Lovle Honey, 1 ::: }t {i e AUASION s UGHT ASTNESS
reporter ; 4 .
? ,, ,1 fit, ; NO SAG SPRINGS
1r I
PERSONAL .. .. ,
iitof Children in Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Harris I t
had visitors her brother and
as ,
School Take Nature sinter In law, Mr. and Mr. t. Y a i 'f'r 'ff '1
Harold T. Coihran of Altavlst, ..ryt4 t '
Virginia from last Saturday un
Ul Friday of last week.

I *> al *. .haw your !*.*> phytldon regularly check your

(MsaWs eye, eon, end .anaral asaWi. Necessary Immunity Hospital ReportAdmissions. 4)p

Ms .*? we ..... .**. seme am.. S Sj ,
Feb 21: Mar. :2 -e iicI ,
Mrs Juanita Hurst, Mrs. Psu- P
...*..oar W jr*<4.... the COlt oil be Ittla. Great peace line A. Cogglni, Mrs. Virgin !
Clark, Mrs. Lora Ann Howard,
W nhW teHftmHtrosi tucmog'the wndlsxsn of yew eNid,*,,'. Mrs. Mary Ellen Williams, Mr. _

'hoists, end ok. free lie IrtoowII4,. Mot Mi An* pharmacy Bertha Yates, Mrs. Kudora K. NE
Hamilton, Mrs. Patricia Wllso,
\ steads ready oll dregs eM "Idnet of highest "Dty Mhest Sirs Emma Lee Harris, It. W

yes sad per......-we....good heehls Smith and Miss Cynthia Co.
all of Quincy: Stewart Suber,
Mrs Etlle Dalton, Havana; Miss
Debra Lynn Dean, Matter Joseph -
Edenfield and Miss Della
;; Brsswell Greensboro, Mrs Margaret :' kl '! .'sal TAI/5ED aaS

MASSEY DRUGSPhone StuUman, Michael G
Lauramore and Mrs. Barbs

MAIn 7-8211 Taylor, Tallahassee; Mack 110-1 IINGOfi4l/Y
mer Brinkley, Facevllle, Ce.:,
Welt Jefferson Street Qulncy Mrs. Marie Cross Mt Pleasant S ', St nt

I and J. E. Renew: Sneads. .. HARDWOOD ARMS

" .....,_a ;JII' BIRTHS lilt and Mrs. We ti asst : dD" ,.,7l. Y. ( s NO !A. IrllNti CONSTRUCTION a WAMAtllUAUTirul
-- .... dell Hurst, boy, Feb. 23: Mr. ve
and Mrs. Ollle StuUman, boy IN it I'rf t .,m' r" IAaaIC TAPIIID IRONH-TONtO ilea
Feb. 28; Mr, and Sirs Thomas 551155 .+ WALNUT 11151511 HMBWOOD AIM IMKt WD
W. Wilson girl Mar. 1; Mr. and 115151 } HARDWOOD IRAMII t FOtYrOAM AND COTTON TILT
Mrs. Jefferson. Taylor, boy l d CU NIONIN IWIVIl III* UVUINa UO tlVlllllSUPUIOI
DRUG STORE Mar. 2; Mr. and Mrs Moses Byron r h 0' \ IASRIC COVIIINa 3Y

Harris, girl. Mar, 2. __, T.
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I All Varieties Corn Llndiey 77 Sorghum .
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Chufas Cotton Velvet Beans Y
COMfOmtll POlVrOA rAND Ce.s.a.bte felyts..s.d C.N.a P.11 Cakisa5

to Millet Kentucky Wonder 191 Beans COTTON r AN she.. pt... ...seed Is

Peanuts Cow Peas flit CUSMtOMIN*), i SLTlZ-vi/VfT IeMawaLe vhyl .. sip.
\ Ii .lass aria a Mar d.sa, 5...
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