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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
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W. Hinson Leon Weaver! To coll-- H. Coulter Is Recipient Ij J





Will Run For Re election In

will Slate visit Service Recognition :

County on a
Mayor E. W "Ned" Hlnson

and Mayor Pro Tern Leon E, went campaign Florid

"Bud" \V caver have been nominated npsday and ) Carl L. ,1
by petition to seek re- March 24. i Owenby ,
eiecuon to the City Commission gubernatorial :
of the City of Quincy Petition t v the nationally + Presents Medal
in their behalf were filed with Quartet. e .

City Clerk James F. Cross Wed The lingers i i
nesday The election I I. set for variety Friday Evening

Tuesday April 14. campaign stop

Under the new City Charter make short
the names of st least 2S registered voter : 6 $1,000 Donation Mad.

and qualified city elector The tour To Proposed Youth
must be signed to each petlUon at 11 a.m. !
to qualify a candidate 18 where Center Near G'boro
Mayor Hlnnon was first sponsoring a I
C H Coulter, State Forester
the City Commission
elected to National Guard
1961, following adoption of T.II.hullt''rt'lved a gnht
in August there the
of the five man commission to medal In recognition of his 31
Jasper
He was high man In a t L L. Greenville, year's service to the people of
Florida at dinner In Greensboro
the two a
field of five seeking Tallahassee for
-- : Ira. Friday evening The medalwas
seats.
additional live television
Presently serving .* secre- a. W. ">eu' Unison Leon E. "Bud' Weaver I The lIot. presented to Mr. Coulterby

tary-treasurer of the A L Wilson night Carl L Owenhy on behalf
Company, he has been as- of the Charles Henry Dupont
oclated with that mercantile Budd Plant Closes Thursday, Foundation before a large group
Cigar top In
firm since graduating from tahoochee : In the lunchroom of Greensboro

Quincy High School In 1929. lown, Mirlanna Carl L Ow.nby (right! ) In behalf of High In School\' the Mr.
presenting gift
Long active In civic, religiousand Bonifay. A II Charts Henry Dupont Foundation presented C. H. Owenby said In part: "!lux It
of his
business affair native -
community, he was the Local Today ed lanna.by Kelly's Slat Forester a gold medal In recognition of his gives us real pleasure; )ms.r:
first president of the Junior Operation years service to the people of Florida. The presenta sent I t to you this gold asa
Thursday small token of IS
Chamber of Commerce whenIt In Panama wa made last Friday evening at a dinner In Greene- distinguished service your to yearsof your

was organized here president many I Budd Cigar Company ofQuincy "Hot-Line" Photo by Martin' Studio adopted State of Florida sod
ago. He I* a past!
years of the Chamber of Com- will cease manufacturing Friday the to the nation. which reflect the

merce and served on the orig- Easter Sunrise cigar here today, Thursday will go to finest tradition of the Industry
inal board of director when March 19, according to an Valparaiso, Ft. Crusade Will snd will be forever remember
the Chamber was reactivatedafter official of the corporation and t'cnsacola. *d with profound appreciation.
World War 11. Service To Be lie stated that the move to l ly la Well done thou good and faith

Ned as he 1 I. known to his Dothan, Ala was strictly eco I'ennacola and ful aervant"lr.
nomical. lie said some 69 employees television Mode L. Stone, d.an.
friends I Is member of the
State Democratic a Executive At HillcrestThe will be affected, with a broadcast live Launched 1 School of Education Florida
Committee and was a memberof small percentage planning to TV at 11 p.m.Saturday April State University, served. as mas
the State Game and Fresh Easter Sunrise Service move to the Alabama city for lee of ceremonies. He was lntroducrd .
Water Fish Commission by appointment will be conducted at IllUcrest further employment with the fly to Sebrlng by E. II. Fletcher Dr.
of the late Governor Cemetery beginning at C13: company, opening annual American. Cancer ;Stem taught ached at Greens
Dan McCarty. Barter morning March 29 The machines that have bring races '' Crusade to save more bro In ivn and remlniaved
of The Rev. Thomas C. Kelsey been in service In the Quincy I Milton for an through research educa about the student he taught
He has served president
as will bring the morning message plant have been sold to outside 1 pm. From and service will be launch and Incident th.toak place
Club
,
the Quincy Quarterback Recreation The call to worship will be Interest and will be moved age Journeys I Uadsden County on April 43 year foil!).
chairman of the
Committee Quincy director of given by the Rev. Bronson Mat- In the near future. It will Funlalc Spring T h llrrensboro Baptist
Gadsden a Hospitaland ney Jr. and the Invocation by take us a few days after Thursday fish-fry and Thsrpe, Crusade rhslr- ,l Church rerelvwt a check from
the County the Rev Mont Hash. The Rev.E. to get everything packed fish-fry and said that preparation for ,1 the Foundation In the amount I "
Club.
He has the also Quincy been Exchange active In local Nash Philpot will direct the and moved to Uothan," said City Marina at )'.v'* Crusade will con of 11,1X10 to be used for the
group In the Apostle Creed and the officer. Monday the on mine effective miposed rhllilien'i r.lIIthat p
and Red
and Scout
Cross regional work. Boy the morning prayer will be led 'We' want It thoroughly understood WewahiUika of volunteers to do la expected to be messed by
by the Rev. Guy !t. Wade. The that the J. T. BuddJr. travels to Port dmtr-fct-door bell ringing that chinch on land donated by I
Mayor Hlnson Is a graduateof Rev. M. John Bywater will & Co. and lathlcola, Carr I* so Important In rsls- the Foundation, Hcuhen Clark
growers packers :
the University of Florida chairman of the church'. ;
and the board
fund educating
guide the group In the responsive py
with a B,S. degree. He Is mar- reading The scripture lesion of shade here leaf as tobacco In the will function The fry and Perry In way to protect them- a I Iw of do.rnns, accepted the diets.
ried to the former Miss Frances pant death Mlsa Donna Dtikenaon,
will lie read by the Rev. main olflce of Budd Cigar Com- Festival Park.Tuesd.y from from cancer re.
Gray Thomas. The couple Thomas E. Cuttlno and the this background of rant winner of the "jMiilo
with all
has two sons, Wilson and Angus. pany, personnel, will said "wi With the Light Ill-own hair"the
benediction said by the Rev. remain In Quincy in the motorcade to ., Mr. Tharp ,
Mayor Pro Tern Weaver was Wayne Hicks. location. Our present Trenton High ,' expect a most soccssifu. entertained lire bysinging
cigar manufacturing 1..7P
elected to the Commission In The site of the service will operation will berry "., surpassing lilt years three songs, *
continue
June, 1961 and his term expires and hundreds of accompanied at the
Gainesville raised piano by
be on the side of Hillcrest adJoining -' to use a* much locally
In April. tie will be seekIng with II .. educational leafleta t.tra. Huston Rogers.
a
Solomon Road. Everyone tobacco have ,
the grown a* we In
another<< three-year term. show and ." Bernard Uaik. assistant
Is cordially Invited to the past years" further stated
Mr. Weaver, the popular manager the officialJ. 8 p.m.Santa, need volunteer and w. county agent fur Uadsdtn
brief and
attend the simple company I
of Talquln Electric Cooperative saturate the community County, presented 110 checks
for the past 18 years, community-wide service.Hsyn T. Budd, Jr., president of life-saving Information If on behalf of the Foundation totti

was born i. McSherrytown, the firm first became associated art to do the job w* w -- following youth for out.
Penn., and settled in Quincy with the manufacture of, upon to do. Because bf (|:MIM .I>4 M Pass r........
cigar In February, 1933. Apertneralsip Plans Edwin bsur .
following his discharge from Importance of the -- --
service after World War H. under the name of : '* welfare, 10mto::
Active in civic affairs of his Hlgdon Cigar Company was 7'C.people will respond with Baur Seeking Elbort Luten, 67
adopted community, he Is a formed for the limited manufacture Billy ...."' out of a sense ol
past president of the Quincy of cigar by hand. In and compassion for peo Succumbs After \
Rotary Club a member of the October of that year the firm Film live," he added. Re-election As
board of director of the Amer. a Incorporated and adopted the Tharp said men and Longthy Illness
Red member of the machine method of cigar manufacture -
Cross
ican Chamber of Commerce and the Y the following year. In Santa Clara ....** .. 'sac r.......| Clerk of Court tlbert IMten 87 since 11)31
will conduct
I 1948 the name was changed to a
Quincy Development Corporation ladsden County Road Super
Film Kevtvai"
takes part In Boy Scout Budd Cigar Company Edwin Baur has qualified asa nlMident died Friday, March
.activities and successfully dl- In the fall of 1933 the corporation ril 4, 7:30 p,m. Youths ramltdaUs. for r-lm4lnn 13, In Tallahassee Memorial

Cl:........ .. ..... F's-... Initiated an expansion sery opened n the office of Clerk of the Circuit Hospital after a long illness
program and established a subsidiary I Ia inched to democratic
Court In the May B Mr, Latin wa a native of
known as Budd Cigar of UK week In Eagle primary.In Georgia .but had lived most of
Co., Ala, and began the manufacture matic gospel '
Quincy CoupleIs making his announcement his life (n Uadsden County
of Ala.cigar la the new shown.You will to the prsa, h* said, "It I I. my :where he was also engaged" /lit
Dothan plant !
Awards desire to continue to serve on raising tlgar wrapper tobacco.le .
Injured In Budd Cigar Company manufactures ngs from the my pant record aa your Clerk of / was a member of C.ntenaryM.lholht
four the In
nationally known gospel and Murray Beay re UM Circuit Court It has beets Church where b brands. They are Big Man You will be the highest rank In my objective to give efflclanl, served on the Board of Slew
Freak Accidenl Florida Queen, Lord Clinton ed and : their Eagle Hroul courteous service to everyone, srds and at on. lime wit a
and Budd Sweet the Intervention
Locally last Sunday evening of
and to operate the office In a trustee that church.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bieten- grown wrapper are used exclusively lives of First Baptist Church. progressive tad economlralmanner funeral services were belli at
boll of Quincy were Injured In on these popular cigars fore your eye Bultram District Ad 1 take prld In the Centenary Methodist Sunday at
a freak accident Friday March Itauna Com to the. Chairman wa* In record I hiv mail In the past I p m. with the pallor Jtsv. 1C.
13 Just as they entered the I ginning a .. of the ceremony Its 12 year and wish to direct the Nash Pbllpot In chary lice
City Limit of Quincy coming 201 Farms In you will a picture of the founda Mople'i attention to a few of I'lillpot wa* assisted by Mev,
from the direction of Havana.A Wayne Hanna Is spokesman said of Scouting by Introducing the Improvement I have mad, I Ihonia atEo Cultliio: pastor of
ton and half truck loaded There will people who form Service-wise, I began III I keepIng he FIr Baptist Churoft of
with concrete block was going County Feed. charge but a bstkground for Marlin and the CUrk's office" open dally ,Qulmy The body was Interred}
east on King Street and as the Candidate For ing will be *. Those Intrudured during the noon hours, offering Iin Hlllt'rest Cemetery with thai
heavily loaded vehicle roundedthe Grain Program help defray the Harold Dudley, District 200 additional hour annuallyto taller-Morgan Funeral Horn
second curve Just west of Billy Graham Buwannee Hlvr the public. for us* of the of- In charge,
the Intersection of King and Clerk of Court A- of March 12. 201 farms and J. R. Ullbert, pr.." flee' without extra eoslj: 12) filing fturvlvvr are ala wife, Mr*.
Camella Street the load of In Osdsden County had been A summary ( of the Council; RaY II"d *U court case numerically, Mulll H. Luun, of Uulm-y, a
blocks shifted and the Investigating I Wayne R. Hanna a 30 year, signed! up for participation In night that the District Chairman.; John rather than alphabetically' with daughter Mrs Dot tatea M,.r.
police officer estimated old businessman' of Greensboro the 1964 feed grain program are as follows. I *, Institutional Mspresrat- H *../... urn r'.ae fmmrlf.. rem, of Quincy. and three
six of the large blocks fell from morning for T, W. Fletcher, chairman, Agricultural MR. TEXAS ; the Kev. Thomas t. Cut- I grsndchlldren. Two brothers
office Cleryk
the truck. One of the heavy object the o of the Circuit Stabilization and Conservation 30iThe RIUlou Advisor Mr and two slater also survive.
bounced Into the air In Court of Gadsden County.lie County Committee around the Mr*. James Ssy parents :Fallout Shelter They are Curry Luten. Panama
the left lane and went through : named himself as campaign has announced. County farms sade In Will boys; Don Merbee and City, Harry Lulen. Jacksonville,
the windshield of Mr Bieten- treasurer and the Quincy State eligible to take part In the In Fort Worth Rogers, tfschert; and Stan Re-Survey Starts Mr*. Cooper Johnson, Qulncy,
hoU'i 1962 model Ford. Mr. Bank as depository Mr. Hanna program total 139. "Eligible" In some of the Brooks, HrouUiMslw. and Mrs. LIla Parker, Jackson,
Bletenholl II. the mlasll approaching said that he Intended to conduct farms are those which grew one color Dudley passed th* pins I The updating of fallout ahel-, ville.
and threw up hi* an active campaign for the or more of the three feed u_'!'_ M the line to Mr. Brook tees In Uadsden County I I. being Active pallbearer were Erer ..

right arm covering his fac. office between now and election grain corn grain sorghum presented the pin to Mrs. rondiirtad by Civil Defense UffkUI M. Ua.r. J. B. Lulen, kid
Tb block struck hJ* arm cutting day Tuesday May S. or barley during the program's She pinned the Eagle Eagsn fof the at two ney Uiten, Ward Edwards: onny .
and bruising his hand and Mr. Hanna I is a native of base year 1030 and Awards on Uw buys and we.k(. Edwards and Bob Young.llMiorary .
leg Mr*. BlelenhoU. who was Gedsdeii County H.I a son 1900. boy pinned mlnlatw (Ueorg Marcus, flsdsdenCounty's pallbearer were HIM
on her way home from the Tallahassee of Mr Ourley Hanna and the Feed grain acreage signed ap ti on their. mother. Civil Defense Dlrtctor, I mer HIM Fred khelfer, Tun
Memorial Hospital late Mr. Hanna. He attended for diversion through the program ceremony ended with stated the updating phase requires Maawell, Murray Vponner, Per
where she bas been receiving local schools and graduatedfrom now totals 4489 acre' Boy Mcout Promise by Msr a recnxk of buildings ry Woodward 8r., aUII Hum
therapy treatment, *.. allo Quincy High School In feed grain bate acreage of Murray I construrtad after the earlier I inwforO, ....., Temp MPber
by the wandering block. 1992. While attending school these participating farm I ... 4 survey were made revisIon of "on, Dewey Johnson, llsytMlTbumpiun
struck
(t.-...... se .... r........ h* was active In the Future, amount to 7,884 acre. existing Information on buildIng Dr. K. W Ilho/t,
of America, being an Baaed on farmer Intention. Unopposed that have ben dsmotlshed I
Farmers A. U. Macon, L. D. UcMUlsa,
11"-...... as Poe' r.- *. recorded at the ASC8 County :: :: :; or modified and the inclusl' I J. C. 1111I_. U W. C4ward.
Violators Office these of additional
Traffic producer willearn .. Reelection shelter spatia la ,Hck Munday llarbert Uragury
aa estimated III 1.411.00 lit ,n, evicting buildings/ which may :Gerald Solar, Joe Lines, Hugh

Given Warningj Miss Ferguson In diversion In payment the feed for grtla participating ." r Mai.W County ten offtr 1ot''I1'holders a nut bane. been vnMred previously .Harlnwu. Grady. i'escock, ..UinlHajMtt
AJb rt Flake, A. H.kiutwrsl .
w. Hslre director of the program this year, lit' I of relief when the deadline Mr. 1,11I11: Miglneer with and Edwin. last,
Department of Public Safety 01 Heads Pilots Throughout taw nation MX.U4 : Tuesday nooa for oppo the T.lJaha_ aecbnalturslengineering --_. .----
City of Qu1nc1. announced : eligible farm !lad been to develop film ef BarrrttDaffUl .
the this week that he and IMlllberI Mis Allis Ferguson wa* elected signed up to take pert In the 1 '- who are t/mly at Itlallc>p. At Tho Loaf

of his force of peace offleel'l president of the Qutncy Jll'VII'IDIInLu') 27 0 to the people of Ibis
lied received many complaints Pilot club .l its regular monthly Acreage signed .p for diversion i for returning them to'LITTLE SYCAMOREREVIVAL This WeekLeaf
in recent days relative to molar'- luncheon-mee % t last Friday totaled 137 mUlio acres, larludtng mwippaMd trei
tots running stop attn raffle' at the Jefferson How 102 million acre ., I. : D. Walker I Bupsvlav PLANNED Theatre atl/artloo for
lights and apHdlna. 1M 5554be Also elected were the follow- --. 2.$ aoillioa acre of grain I : of PuMle Inatructlo' &.'fl... MTV..... will be conducted the eomlnfl week Nude "In
guilty mot Inc officers and director Mrs sorghum, and alraost 1 SttUlloa Y.. Reynolds. County Judf by -* Uttle lywntort The French kyle" starting
stopped or those Varol ton'slet vice presi acre of barley ., Mrrnertoa, Tf At- Baptist Church bestaang at Jean ScnrrfJ today. "The VUtors -
these ml.demennors wW face,dent; Mr*. AUene Can ey- :2nd I The ehainBaa out Oat: f. I I o'clock Monday *y*.la*,) ," Marring Vlnreal Edward
the pouIbllltJ of being arr...- rice president: Mia Lila Doan the 1904 feed gratin program Maxwell, County Com. Marsk 33, tkreurh Saturday 1 II scheduled fur Friday and
recording secretary; Mr .(_._ w Pee. P.aa..e I '. DtXrM |. eventaaqplank The Rev. :Salwdar Also Included on Bat
"He also warned young people tVI McKeow corresponding --- --"" D. iJn.*. Prnseetitlai Al- Guy Waite *f .: loans* MeSMftel uriUf double feature 'kf "Twirs
riding motor ......nlie secretary, and Ml loam FIRST BAPTIST I BnptM Ckwrvk will Told Tslts." earning VtaweatPrtr
acneu et Quincy about the It Payne treasurer. The three a. .'''bunt, Juetke ef l bets; UM even's* sewssaw i, Playing ...00.,. Moo-
wee of unlawful IIIUIf1nI. CaD- director elected wereM *. SUNDAY SERMONS Peer. DMrkt I. I' TM He*. Eugene Slates. day, Tuesday and Wednesday
Teatlonal muffler mot be Margie Jofctsoa. Uls Mae The Be. Tkoaaa t CottiM. ..J".U..* ef ,.Mor, *itoxai a vrdfaU lavttatiesi I II "Chars," Marring Cary
Md or police wUI stop riders Gregory and sir,. Caries Lssaotnr W taw First Saptlet Peers, OtsUIrt t I I* .vtrr. senators nt III the achy l.1ItInwf11 rontlnae the eerie \ O Award, CoaaUbl, Dts The Hill Drive-In will open

CCarteetty and citation Issued. glM.Mis* r rcuaosx Mrs So*, eav "Jar ( Life sod Ours I *. Planned IKIIn,
Maw and M/.. Everett Mu.. Bandar wrmisg. tiles tnwao C Dais Mefflwr l'
AGEBS wha Fubll loatnsrtlosi, Dit-', A coffee ka eita.. &-. JW _
GOLDEN roe were Maaed eVIefate will be < atd TH Brtdg MUSIC CLUB
will attend Ute spring eoavesvUM T God" I OBGAH 1U : 4. Kr* IHM b..a :
base r :=
Atoll ; Made club will
I Tb Uulnry
The Golden reeKal Dr. Isr.a "* D. fttwlfer, CowXy from II j*
changed the rtgnla' "*Ul< U Fort Lauderdale la Ap AM armed official fcy fanift at .,.. I ...,Jo- rite Q....., W_u postpone IU meeting date from
Maw (; C Beard
rilAKenule organmoos
ere
data from Tueeiioi udays nan- recital at th Lave Htrbbiaae ladwe tUasuty kfwtk SI U Mare II beans
Super-: Ctuk. M ta eae-
Mr Tot I" .. .. TIC will be peasant-
Mia Faroeand "
i o ctoc ; a n. "1101 ......
from 1 to uf ,
Ib* Qulacy Carte* Ctuk. tf 1/ 14 K the *vsdj; aenlM. I tenioj 0 I[ et I4l1atllCW. .. Invited .. aUe )d.



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;r: (Wlr CADSDEN COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 19 1984

t County Line and County roadfrom
x r w v County Commission -
Pine HD Club i LeMoyne Art Havana to ConcordRiverroad.
g. Road'Conslruclion .
6 Secondary Commissioner MaxwiU
Has called
Meeting
Gallery OpensIn attention to the loss of Mr. El.
Is bert Lute; Gadsden County
:
The Pine Ham Demonstration b. road superintendent for many
Club met at 7:45 Thursday 4 [ TallahasseeThe year. H* requested that Commissioner
evening, March 12, at, til* "home a ) 1 Outlined HereT E. Perry Woodward
of _'11''. Van Godwfi with Mrs 41'It asslnted by County Attorney
O. V. McPherson, president fT / en t .loyn. Art Foundationwill County Commission Alton Towle pea i suitable
pl'flldlnr. Mr. G. C. Larsen wa open its art gallery, located resolution requestingthe resolution In regard to the passIng .
ce-I+o.tr,4, at 214 S, Calhoun Street In Tallahassee adopted Stat s Road Department to of the lite Mr. Luten.
The meeting! began with a with in open house Gadsden County's share of It wu unanimously agreed
lueto buffet of favorit dishe' on Sunday afternoon, March 22. the use secondary road fund to carry by the Commission to appoint
brought by club member which The general public I II Invited out secondary road programoutlined W. It Summerford warden for
hey wished to be entered In the and the art work will be ex at the Slat Road Department the convict camp replacing Mr.
Horn Demonstration Cook ilMted from :3 to S p.m. and meeting March 8 in Elbert LuUn.
7 to 10 James D. Shelter
book. t p.m. The motion was County
Mr*. Henry Grady read the I Gov, Fannie Bryant, the Mayor Tallahissee Commissioner T L. Surveyor, submitted his financial -
Castor story from the Bible forth and the Chairman of the Leon made Maxwell by and seconded by Commissioner report: total receipts tl,.
devotional followed by : ., County ComrolMlonen have all Homer Hirt Tuesday 102; total expenses S75326;
prayer. been Invited to participate In afternoon In the Courthouse. net Income $349.74; total net
Mrs W, H. Summerford and the ribbon-cutting ceremonies The proposed secondary road Income to d.te- $349.74; 0010pensalion -
Mrs. J. S. llovscptan were welcomed It 3 p.m. construction which will begin a1owedf7.
ii new member, making i I The LeMoyne Art Foundatlon's July 1, 1964 and extend until
e total present of IS including ; gallery I* a nonprofitorganization June 30. 10G3 1* is follows.Acquisition Students NamedTo
Mr*. Marjorie Gregory, Horn and wa organized Andrew D. Brinson of rightofwayfor
Demonstration A(tent. for the express purpose of serv U, S. 27 from South City
Mr*. Gregory annuonced tha'Women' vV t a. ng the growing cultural needs limits of Havana to Georgia Honor SocietyNine
of the
Shortcouiw would Big Bend and South A. D. BrinsonIs
a *
'e"s"
Georgia. It ha been discovered
line.Mix
W held for three days sometime that there and surfi.c Experiment seniors and six Juniors
In August at Camp Tim. are to many good Road from Robert
Station Inducted Into the National
rtlat* In these area that have Promoted were
Pjnoche: *. The County T* t* i ever had an opportunity to By Street (SR 267)) West to City Honor Society at Quincy High
Buffet would be conducted MyV. !+ UmiU; thence North to U. S. 'School recently.
I
splay their
work There Isat
the FirmA HO and South to 5cllltbwelll.corn.r The new member are Robert
The club voted to eel barbecued gallery closer present than time Atlanta no etch St. Baking of City Limit; West to Lodge, Richard Ashley, Bren-

hamburger at the Fet } iJ etersburg, Jacksonville or Mobile SR 274.Curb. da Thomas, Eddie Taylor, Car.
Cattle Show and Sale on April! ; Ala. The LeMoyne stands new sales manager for and gutter Experiment ol Crouch, Bunny Fletcher,
8. Mrs. McPherson ... ; has Station Road from Robert
appointedthe ,... party to fill this Flowers Baking Company Frank Baker Carol Marsh,
following committee to b* Greensboro The director gap. been named her as the result Street SR 207) East to SR 268. Mary Jean Mynard, Greg Good
the Richard Puckiti
,
in chare Mr*. Van Godwin, YOUTH CENTER Work hal begun on the youth center sponsored by who was chosen for his ext.n.Alve of a major plant expansion in Mix and surface road on man, Mary Martha Massey, Nancy .
chairman, Mrs. W. H. Sum. Baptist Church. The 100 acres located 8 miles southwest of Greensboro and a work In Alabama.' Eastern edge of Cbattahooche Baur, Hugh Thompson,
museum '
merford Mrs Ernest Bailey, check for $1,000 were presented to the church by Carl L Owenby of the Charles tuted, "I hope that experience aU H* I* Andrew D. Brinson. 47 from S>R ID South to SR 269-A. George McCall: and Tommy
Mr. J. R. La l* and Mr*. Char. Henry Dupont Foundation. Company B 261st Engineer Battalion of the National the interested citizens In the who has been promoted from Mix and surface County Road PresnelL
lee Klnerd.fre. district! manager of the Quincy beginning at SR 12 on Westside member chosen
The wr sc-
will add outlying treat, especially Quincy
Guard will use the location as a training area and In return Improvementsto -
) Gregory Rave out food Division to salei manager of of intersection of railroad cording to scholarship, leadership .
charts and a little booklet entitled the site. Shown from left to right are: Edward Fletcher of the Greensboro Baptist become, our neighboring member and town help, will to Flower Baking Co., Thomas- with SR 12 the Intersection service and character Academlo .

"A Better World Begins Church; Clark Fletcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Fletcher; Carl Owenby and make It I lII<<,el.. Also that ville, G*. being Just West of Junction of requirements are an overall
with M." which was donate hi* son Carl Jr.; the Rev. Reneau Dominey, pastor of the Greensboro Baptist Church; he artist will submit their I His predecessor Ik* Black SR 12 and SR 10) and run approximately I semester average of 90
by Mri. 0. F. Shepamd. Adrian Fletcher, president of the Foundation; Capt Baxter Swing of the National work.. All art hung In the has been promoted to managerof 3/4 mile South and with no subject average below
The meeting was adjournedwith Gallery will be Jurled by aales and plant operation at approximately Hi miles East, 85 and no letter grade below B,
committee
the reading of the creed Guard; C. H. Richardson, president of the Baptist Brotherhood; and Master Sergeant of art consultants from I newly-acquired plant It Op- South and East: to Sit 274. :
Wayne Hanna of the National Guard. Photo by Martin's Studio he two universities *, well 11 ellka Ala., which will be known Mix and surface Concord- Th first step 1* your -
laymen. a* "Flowers Baking Companyof River road from SR 157 to Leon your gift to Easter Seal
HINTS TOHOMEMAKERS
fats and sweets. I __ Cherra VI Sapp, Member will get a five percent Alabama" :
.
If you cook for two, or jusl' ReporterCLOVERLEAF discount on any purchaaeof This was the first major territory : : D-
for yourself, the "large economy i art. It will be pomlble to buy expansion for Flowers In ti:ti:titlitti. .: : i :.: :.
size" I* no bargain. Part art work on I term basil. IS yean and will make Sun:1' . . . . . .
By Marjorie B. Gregory of It will grow stale: or spoil 0 CI-tB MEETS The regular hour for the beam products available to the
before It can be used and The Cloverleaf 4-H Club met gallery will be 11 I m. Tuesday Columbu (Ga.) area and I'' WATCH OUR PIGS GROW
Agent I 10 at the Canning Cen large of middle-Ala
Homo nemonitrsUon leftovers can be dull When you March through Saturday and :2 to 8 portion
EAT WELL do have leftover, don't just ter. Gene Carroll, president, p.m. on Sunday bama. Flowers also operates I
Even though you'r 80 or 70, "wirm them up" make a d called the meeting to order, The election of the name large Sunbeam plant it Jack
w nun, don't "retire" from new ind Interesting dish by Elaine Carroll lave the devo- LeMoyne for the Foundation sonville.
Rood eating hablls. All of your combining them with each other UonaL Will mad by turning to history Brinson who I I. well-known On
life you need foods that will or with freshly prepared Karen Ard gave a demonntri and art Jacques I I. Moyne here, joined Flowers In 1942 c
minerals, ind tlon on making cheese sand: and baa been district
give you protein, foods. I d. Morgue Will the first artistto manager
vitamins, and food for energy You can prepare nourishingmeal wlches. Mn. Shirley Clark, asslHlant -: visit the continental United since 1933. PURINACHOWS
and warmth. even on a one-burner hot Girl Scout home demonstration State with the French expedition till Quincy division has won
Unless you have s special plat* .- for example: s one-I gent, give a talk on correct under Rene De Laurton- seven of the past nine promotion '
IIt'altlprohll'm food specialists dish meal that Includes meats table manner niece In 1564 LeMoyne' ipe- and has twice retired thePresident's f''Nm '
of the U. S. Department of Ag and vegetables. Or cook one NewsGirl The Cloverleaf Girl wish del duty wa to map the seacoast Trophy. lie now has :
rIroU un'. Agricultural Research food In the bottom of I double Mrs. Bletenholz, their leader, I and harbor., Indicating two of three win. required to
Service say you should boiler while mother warm in Stout Troop 105 met speedy recovery. the position of towns and plot- retire another one.
continue to Include! In your the top. Fond cooked In i Monday March 16, at the _iet- Jean Jordan, ting the depth and course of A native of Quincy Brinson The official weighing was February 29
dally diet (1) milk products, (2)) heavy, covered pot will stay an troop leader' home, Mr*. I, Reporter river He also was assigned Is married to the former Thel-
meat, poultry, fish eggs or drybeans warm while you use the burnerto Dotty Uodnon, to practice pitching DOUBLE "Q"- he! duty of portraying dwell- ma Taylor They have three at 10 a.m. Starting weights 35 and 40
ind pea is occasions cook another a tent and diwmas other 4-H CLUB MEETS ng. of native and "anything children pounds. These pigs will be weighed
alternates, (3)) bread and other In any case make mealtimes troop business Patrol III had else In the land that was worthy
cereal products, and (4) fruit pleasant If you don't want to opening ceremony and Beth The called Double "G" 4-H Club of observation" Buck Register each Saturday at 10 a.m. Weights will

and vegetables and some set the table, fix in attractive Sutwr and Jail Buttrom took was 12 In the horn to order of Mrs.on Mart W, T. All Interested person wish- be recorded. You are invited to come
tray ind take It to the televl- of the log to join the
oar closing ceremony. LeMoyne Art
Suber, Jr., by Jeynean Woodbery. Dep. Treasurer
lion or that window with a viewCOTTON. Alma Hubbard and Penni foundation can do so by contacting see these pigs weighed and let us tell
president. Jeynean call
HAULINGTRUCKING Maxwell pitched the tent and ed the roll and read the mlnutes Mr*. Arthur Flxel, a Adams you about Purina's Profit Planof
and Bobble member of the board Camp'gnSecretary
Deborah Gardner or writing -
In the absence of the
WHEAT k RIGHTS sec Feeding!
the
Dow Munros took it down. LeMoyne Art Foundation
A mounting dlsput over the retary. The Hats were pledged 214 S Calhoun of State Tom
Johnson Admlnl tratlon'. cot with Allen Smith, club representative Street. Adam Wednesday announced
The March 7 Pigs Gained 33 Ibs. 50 Ibs.
the memberships on
ton-wheat bill appears to have Troop 148 net Monday at and Sandra Wood and are single, $5, ,the appointment of Buck Reg I
family
upset the timetable for Senate Pr* hyterian Church Mrs. R. bery leading Barbara Mahaf 17.10. later, Qulncy businessman and of Feed in Seven Daysl
D. Woodward, Jr, visited! us fry, devotional leader 'civic leader
action on civil rights legis gave the is Gadsden County i
ALL KINDS lation. and told ua about the the different coming devotional. : Thos. Memorial deputy treasurer for the 1084 March 14- Pigs Gained 28 Ibs. on 53 lbs.
Flower Show and The
The election-year farm bill program Will presented Adam Campaign
and Long Distance! Will not passed In the alloted entries for our iges. by Jeynean Woodbery and Mrs G.A/s In MeetThe In this capacity,orllnlzauOO.1 of Feed in Seven Days.
Furniture Insured time and that held up the Patrol 1 opened the meeting Clark. Jeynean gave an Illustrated Register will .
plunge Into an expected lengthy and we revelwed our law. talk on posture. Mrs porting of ill campaign funds
Senate floor battle over the Mrs. McCall reported how Clark gave an Interesting Intermediate Girl*' Auxiliary from the county. In addition,I
lluu.. -Plllaed anti dllcrlm1nl. much our troop made on the speech on "What to da when met at the Thoma Memorial he will serve on a continuing BABY CHICKS
Sam Hutley lion measure. food booth at th* Horse Show, you step out. Baptist Church Monday bad i* I member of an advisory -,: 11-
I12R.OO. Audrey Humphrey, March 16 at 4 o'clock. committee of Osdsden,
W* dlMUMMtd the Offline! Reporter After the meeting wa called County citizens to Inform the Rhode Island Reds
MAin 7 ff433S. Persons employed and trained Girl Scout Compore which I S. to order by the vice president, Secretary of Slat on problems New Hampshire Reds
by Goodwill Industries turn to I b* May It at Silver Lake Carlene Week, the program, and activities In their county. i 15c ea
household discards Into saleable fold 'Th Gift That Counts J Barred Rock __ __ __
AfUr patrol meeting we was Register, who Is a bank teller, / to
merchandise Goodwill ed twit to be returned to J' lonaLMr resented by Sharon Cox and Is active In civic affairs He
I pay out some f BOO,000 annual headquarters.Reporter. -' Elaine Shlflett. I Is put Treasurer of the Quincy I f COCKERELS 7c
ADAMS ST. ly In wage to handicapped employees. The group discussed and wa Jaycee, past President of the 1 Breed ea.
. Jean Munroe *. E. M. Dysl I is vinltlrg re In favor of going to the Centenary Men of the First Presbyterian', Heavy _
-- -- -------- 114 met In the latavc in SUtasboro, G*. Camp April 4 for a general Churoh ind i director for the I:
Junior Troop School libraryTuesday Mr. and ltI.... C. R. Shaw, Jr. meeting of the O.A's. A Quincy Jaycees.II ,
STORY ELECTRIC SAYS! George Munro afternoon. 1 left Sunday for Columbia, S. C. name for the newly-formed attended Chlpola Junior I SUBER
W* had a Scouts Own to observe to attend a Pecan Growers Coo. G.A's wu also discussed, but College and Florida Stat University. a.csrw xso
The veaUon. no decision was nude. I
"WRAP YOUR ROOMS IN COMFORT" them of GIrl our Scout program Week.was keeping : The date for tea next KIM..' *_ Register and his wife, Betty and
skit Among those from bore to Inlw'M April ne. The have three children.
had
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WITH ELECTRICBASEBOARD a pmml of attend the funeral of Mr El- meeting was then adjournedand JOHNSON
and the meaning i \
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son if
out them bert Luten Sunday were Mr rookies and punch were More children and adulti haG
promise to carry our and Mrs. Claude Parker harry served. with
physical
handicap are re- CHowl
RIbbon Girls for the
Our New- and Mis Marian John habilitated today than ever before 2121 W. Jefferson St.
hone show were Kay tei
HEATERSBaseboard Ann Bnnnon Jacluonville. Bravery consist of taking a according to the chairman .
and man,Linda Cox Griffin.Kathy Mir Ines Payne pent several rink without believing that you of the Easter Seal Drive I . . .
Linda Griffin, day in Atlanta with relatives, hit will get what you know might which I* in progress from Mar. . . .t .
you. 1 to March 29 Easter
w.. Scribe recently .. Sunday.:
u Mr. and Mrs. Fount May and
_,n Bradford spent several
day thus week at Emerald

CreM.Mr.*. W. W. Massey and

James Ward have returned
from a visit In Atlanta. FREE Flower SeedsJUST
Stanley Burn attended e
meeting of Independent Bank-
era In Jacknonvill recently.

Electric Heaters can be rUting Mrs. Carl her brother Fryer In has law been end FOR GOING BY STEWART YOUNGS. AND LOOKING AT THE NEW FRIGIDAIRE

the answer to your Heating Probe sinter Mr. end Mrs. John T. Mc'

lems, whether It Is one room or the she Call att40ndN In Charlotte the, SoutheaMeni N. C. where FOOD FREEZERS

Entire Housel Flower Show and Hortlcaltur
Exblb.t.lllre.\
!' J. I). WIIHsmson and
SOLD AT DEALER COSTWE 4-H Club daughter Millie of Jackwnvll
spent the weekend with her slater j_

PAY THE FREIGHT News Views Mr T. R. Smith. r I j FRIGIDAIRE
Mr. and Mrs Tom Mosle
I LFPRFCIIAVN spent the weekend In Port St. ,, III
T.E.C. Members are Eligible for In. i-IITRS: MEET Joe with their son and daughter 1' J Food Freezer
slallatlon Allowance for the Installation The Leprechaun 4-H Club In law, Mr. and Mrs. Thames 1
met March 1ft Th meeting was Mode and family.J. .
of Baseboard Heaters. called to order by Vice President R .Moor and grinddiughter rJ r Holds '
Louise Sunday. The Devotional Michel Maaoey will acton 577 Ibs. !

STORY ELECTRIC was gtwn by Charlotte puny Mr. and Mr*. Harold r. I __
Stoutamlr Ziegler Jr. to New Orlean for
Linda Ard rave demonstration the weekend. They will vide
Lemon-Urn punch. We :Mr. Moore's daughter and son- .
1100 W. Jefferson MAin 7-8686 dlncusaed County Demonstrttoo *- 1 in-law, ,It, and Mr*. Harold r- i

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LITTLE LFAf.tE I
NEWSBy
REGISTRATION -

Restoration will continue to
Donn James be for all 1
open youngsters
rtdt fjjSkwilfa
MEN'S BASKETBALL planning to play Little League TKe
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baseball this spring and summer
Tuesday Playoff, March championship 10 -Shell name Oil-,: The Uttlt League program ; _

en 68, Hydro Gas 56; playofffor will again consist of two! !
this the Junior <
league ,
season --
third place for tint half-
1 League for 8 and 9 year'
Craig Oil Co 58, Manning Taylor -
114.FIlial olds and the Senior League far
10, 11 and 12 year olds birth-,
Top Ten Scorers
dale determined at of this Au-,
Player, team TP IUttlt,
gust
R. W. Good on, MT 224
T. Fason, SO 196 League games for
0. Joyner HG 175 Senior Little Leaguers are
L. Jones, HO 153 pected to begin by the thll. -
part of April and not later .
S.R. Grlffll Lemleux, CO, SO 123 152 the beginning of May Nsw Pascagoula refinery of Standard Oil Co. (Kentucky) ,I f I '

Junior League will probably LAST WEEK'S \\ I",
J. Wells SO 127 -- ,\
1. Parrlsh HG 114 begin around the first of June Standard Oil --t: ;; I ,
Registration cards be obtained den County lie baa nevei" been rot the No 2 ramp
R. Parramore, MT may WINNER
108 from May Drugs and criticized b\ the State Auditoi, name Ben BrwtUk has the other -' : _
J. Goodson,
CO
93 Refinery Begins has h* ever Inconvenienced little further down
nor one a
City Hall only and must be
Final
Standing Won Lost returned to same after being anyone by putting them In Jail river st Poplar Camp !\t'n'( la ( L. J I. WADE
Shell.,Ollen II 2 properly filled out Miss. Operations lie says he has no unsolved No, 1.Speaking. .;.. .
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SIMUR:: LITTLE 1EAIGK eae nor canes pending in hh ;1.I' "t
files, and promises If reelected about the Otklock- .I.; I .1
ORGANIZATION MEETING BONUS
Match 18: The faxt-niovinff' industrial $
Our annual organizational to conduit the office in the once reminds me, I haven't'teen '
pre-seaion upsurge of the> Southeast exact same manner ss he has fishing down there sine .., I ,
for
rye' Senior Little meeting League Quln-Mill was given added Impetus; In the past That sound like s the latter part of last October WINNERS: .. .....,
be held tonight from 7 8 al the new Pucajroula refinery bargain to me. I ran remember Sure will be glad when all that '
moo .
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of the Standard Oil Companyf when the word constable could flood water down These, '"'
second floor, City Hall The goes Jeanette McLendon I
meeting Is open to all coachesmanagers Kentucky ws placed on full be mentioned and some folks pretty spring days with all the i :
and Inter- stream. would shudder 1 think It ill tree and bushes budding out : -
ested sponsors with Invited With a capacity In excess of better this way. makes me have the urge, If I I Willie Ruth Brown
parents -
everyone JACKPOT
to attend one hundred thousand barrels tan get my ducks In a row 1
MEN'S SLOW-PITCH of ul a day l this new refinery Boy I cant wait until Piesl may just wander off down that fancy B. Dupont t
SOfTBALL MILTING i. Airier*'*'. most modern, and dent Johnson and SarRcnl way com Thursday But I bet '
Our Men'i Slow-Pitch Softball one of the largest in the work! Shriver get that poverty bus. It will be raining and I'll haveto I Henry McGill
League will hold their annual Covering tenty-lx' hundredacres mesa going I'm getting tired work anywayProvidence, I $100 00
pre-season meeting tonight it la fed with crude oil ot being poor and having to i
at 8 pm, second floor, City from the Gulf Coast fields work for a living Been at It along
STUDIO PARTIES ARE FUN.? Hall Managers, sponsors and through the world's longest Urns and still listed among HD

EVEN WHEN THEY ARE FREE! all Interested men are urged to underwater pipeline. the poor. \
'attend is organization of our Gasoline consumption Is Club MeetsThe
Hundred
of
people|Just like nil
you art
having the time of their lives at FREE coming slow-pitch season will' growing faster In the South The very large crowd and the liLLEY'
Parties for studtnts at Arthur Murray be discussed hn in any other section ofAmerica I abundance of beautiful flowers -
frinchlstd Dance Studioi. and the constructionf at the Method! Church Home fletnssntratlon I
...." In the fun yourstltr You Why shed not this giant new refinery at 1 Sunday afternoon attested to Club of 1 Providence I met I In the
popularity problems when you can Birthday Party Pa c goula helps a.....ur. a Coo Trot, Cha Cha and do The Twist quate supplier w the years of has a lot of friends 1 have Tuesday March 10 for a taste I
with' mi and confidtnct So be Mrs. J. Kenson Cook entertained growth ahead. known Mr. Luten slme I was s :luncheon followed with: a meeting -'
more popular. Coma to an Arthur with a party In honor little boy Ills father. Mr In the afternoon.Sixteen FRESH CAUGHT
Murray Studio for the special hslffcourllOOThalUMon. > of her son Lamont, who was I llense Luten and my father ladies attended thll'm..ltllil Lean Meaty
year old Saturday The group were the best of frlemls I can and each one brought
of little friends played outdoors remember way bask when we a dish of food prepared by anew
Arthur Bits And lived In the counlr) and got recipe and the recline written NECK BONES C
MurrayDance An Easter. theme was used In I our first telephone Pspa and out on how to prepare It. t
Studio the decorations of the cske I Mr llense would spend countless Lunch was served at I clack
Favors were miniature Easter Pieces hours russln and hollerln and all present enjoyed trying i
2246125Tallalsaasee eggs with jelly beans and balloons at each other over the new con out the new dishes end manyxe4Ung lb.
Cake, Ice cream and BY HUTCH trapllon. Mother used to tell the recipes of some of
Florida punch were served the 20 little Papa to go out In th* hack the dish..l.After .
loll who were guests yard and talk, that Mr Luten lunch the meeting war lb. 1 Oc
hand could hear him just called to order by Mis Alfred
------ ... Things kind got out of as easy
,;0- n --- ,for Adrian Anderson who announced since It was only four or five Suber Mrs, lV<'k Fletcher

TIME TO WE slAVE i couple of weeks ago miles across' the wood to his gave devotion taken from thirdchaptl'r
of John this
that he would be a candidate house, on Space,
Dfvoe Paints but failed to slate for what office was follewed by prayer, I
: Plumbing fixturesComplete After mulling over a few Things are getting In a bad Mrs. Bah lliilMii read minutes
Line of posilbllitiei he finally decided, way, Dr, ".:ye" Bevls let IIIf' of the last meeting and I
Building Materials to seek reelection a. constable known Tuesday that here wouldbe INK roll call, Mrs, Gordon TenderBEEFLIVERIb
.[ i I Alcoa Aluminum Roofing i from District One. But by that no party on the lake or river Fletcher gave the treasury report ,
slvanlied Roofing It bidingIlousewsres time someone else' had decidedto Wednesday night. He promote I
: ft Gifts run for that office, too. I. one most every week but said Mrs, Fred Sul>er cave I report
Carry Asphalt Roofing I dont believe I know the, he was Invited to a quail" supper IMI flower gardening : 3ge
Gold Bond Sheetrork candidate, W, R. Renfroe, from this Wednesday and would Mra FM JIoloiiKin gave a
REMODEL and Gypsum Products Grctna, personally But I do 1 have to pans us up VV* (and rejxHl t of charm stluml .
Sporting Goods k Farm SuppliesPlus 'know he has a very fine record that's, a bum'hi enjoyed a bigfeed : Plans were computed for
BUILD Hundreds of Other Item 'to combat when he takes on down on the (Xhloikonee trip to Stephen !'outer Memoilsl -
Constable Anderson Adrian River at Jimmy Coxa camp Psark to be some time '\
BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. has held the office for the past Kwitehyourbellyackln" last in May Pan

11 NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCE i eight years without a IM'nny'l Wednesday night I do believeI Mrs, Gregory gave out books \
cost to the taxpayers of Gads- misspelled that word lies on rose culture, also I showed,
chart sna gave a um on taband
what they were mad from.Mrs SAUSAGE 4Ibs.$100
Kenneth Shepard joined ]
Travel can be fun: See Bob Hope in "A GLOBAL AFFAIR" M.I .M., .M>m anseeta*im ana.wllenter h.atts our dub that afternoon -I

n "\ Mrs Deck Fletcher and Mrs
Dob Jenkins attended the
play of Arts and Crafts at Mrs.lhenry I

Cindy s March 13 Many
j useful and beautiful idea ware
on display at this meeting I PRODUCE
Speakers from all Home Dem-' i.I
nlrsllon Llubs of (> ilsden
County were present, aim three '
i lubs from Liberty County, ; Sunkltt
llosford Uilstol and (,' -k ,
L awn.I :, 10- '
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Everyone; present went home ,
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with new Ideas to try out. I LEMONSdoz.
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and Panama ..
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appear to boo moving toward
a settlement of their dispute. 19
aver the I'sruuns Canal
Panama Pienldent Roberta .
1tv Chlsrl snnoum-ed that h* !be.levsd .
President Juhnwm hadopened
F >
I the way for t solution': FloridaORANGES
: to the crisisSine / ,

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y hewn attempting to solve the

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no pressing problem hundred of tiny ,UUh**.Th white thread

Dsoron help bounce out wrinkle on i* renvd and on the outside it enema like

mafgbut day Snip beck vn after a there's no seam at alL Pattern match, Bn. SECOND COCKTAILDOUBLECOLA No. 23c
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VIrtde'a tailoring .If worthy of a mirscl fe*tilt: Tb. look you buy fa the look you

fibur. Notice bow UM line of tIM (MtUrmnatch keep. COUNTIES or

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pAf.'K FOUR CAPSPF COUNTY-'TIMES_ QUIKCT.-FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 10. IM4 _

Monday, March 30- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESend QUINCY
9:30:
House; Social Security Representative CUB,
CHATTAHOOCHEB eontlnulnf TRIBUNE Court Room, Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30
THE CALENDAR OF EVENTSA Scout Hut Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m., FirstPresbyterian
Uadlwm StrMt
Published each Tbur day it IS S. THE AMERICAN WAY p.m.
A John H. r."rtr NtwnajarE8TABU9HED I Church.
1001 Community Service by the
QulncT: Florid Tuesday, March 31- Canning Center, 8.5; Rotary Club
627-8516
Gadsdea County Chamber of Commerce.
ow", rlarldoo 1 Jefferson. House.
:: e..d 7or P tae PaId lit y. p.m.

ura year. t3.00 Two Years &JO Sill Mootha tlj'j. b si l is Calendar Is based on Information reported by club Wednesday, April 1Navy Recruiter, 9:30 a.m., Post
r ha Wtrj berV
HntchlMoa -_._ PuUuHtDnt the history of litaltons secretaries and program directors as of the Friday preceding Office; Jaycees 12 Noon, Kittrell's Restaurant; Ex-
Carman .... Arfvwtutnf and Nn40A .' Jefferson House R..
of feyer/imenlol. Poruer m publication. i change Club, I p.m. ; Army
sots ihc IncreUC tfU .M cruller, 9 a.m., Post Office; Marine Recruiter, 9 12,
.0 Thursday, March 19CannIng Center, 8. 5; Alcoholics: Post Office.
= .p NATIONAL DITORlAl AeGgPCs'nxsrw 1.: Anonymous & Al-anon Family Group, 8 p.m., St.Paul's .'
Parish House; Florida State Employment Service POODLE TALKSSpringfield tome radio and television ahowc
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C8T/N Owner Asked If his wife was a ventrllogulit .
i,..... ..,.. A I I, sl 9.3, S. Roberts St. of a pet poodle, Pa.say the- dog can Messlch Mid: "No,
n. I
.. If, but the dog li My wife been
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+ ys Friday, March 20Canning Center, 8.5, Quincy Woman voice," such'hello'phrases and "I M am"I hun love mute for years" I
GCyAflO '. Club, llam., Woman's Club House; Air Force you gry"
Recruiter, 9 12, Post Office. I The dog, owned by Mr. andMrt Advertising Is known t>y the
Messich hit appeared on company It keeps. ._
Think Hard Senator Monday, March 23- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson
k kw House; Order Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic BuildIng -
In this eleventh hour while the Senate debates the :: : ; Social Security Representative, 9:30 a.m., Court NEED A GOOD PLUMBERIN
I frt vocabl. step of plunging this Republic Into dictatoi Room, Court House; Boy Scout Troop 203 7:30 p.m., A BIG HURRY
ship via the subterfuge of "Civil Rights" the northern and Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 203, 4 p.m., First Presbyterian REASONABLE COST?
western members of this "most exclusive club In the Church.
world" have a lot to think about. jIiktL -0--- 2'AT
3 From the very beginning of the Administration cam Tuesday, March 24Canning Center, 8-5; Rotary Club, to contracta
pajgn for this legislation, the news and publicity dwelt 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic or wont ?
orQts chances of passage and who was for it and wh Building; Business and Professional Woman Club, big or little Job
agiinst but seldom on the provisions or merits of the 7 p.m., Kittrell's Restaurant. THEN DIAL 627-8666

bifl, An emotiorucharged background of Inspired uncivi I Wednesday, March 25Navy Recruiter 10:30: a.m., 24 HOUR SERVICE
order hqjjseen widely '
exempt for rights and law and con. Post Office; Jaycees, 7:30 p.m., Jefferson House; Exchange -
successful obscuring Us true objective of Federal Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House. i MOODY PLUMBING COMPANY
trill:
5 Under the measure passed by the House, and now Thursday, March 26- Canning Center, 8 5; Florida 1927 Mainline Drive
bt>ibre a hard.pressed Senate for the final vote In abro State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Roberts St QUINCY FLORIDA
gallon of the Constitution, the sovereignty of the state Woodrow Wilson .
Friday, March 27Canning Center, 8 5; Alcoholics
and the traditional rights of Americans, rederalIn.pectors Anonymous and Al-anon Family Group, I p.m., Jefferson Next Door to B&H Construction Company
wwld control every bank, every business, every pro House; Air Fore Recruiter, 9. 12, Post Office.
fewional man every farmer, every employer and everj
worker receiving any benefit from any Federal financtaprogram. ,
Similarly, the contract rights of unions and the
seniority rights of members would have no force or effect
wiere Federal busybodies charge the existence of racial '
Wjeligious "Imbalance" In any work force. Nor, by the : '
.$e token would an employer have the right to hire, : :,
fire, promote and demote his own workers. AMERICAS
The thoughtful American of any color or creed wanti
hli rights, and he wants them for everybody. H. is wile
e rftugh to realize whether his Senators do or not -
that the welfare of one citizen can not be Improved bj
curtailing the rights of another. And the constituents of '
.very Senator, In the North South, East or West, veilbald most modem refinery.
him responsible If his vote has helped to bring
upon them the destruction, despair and despotism Im .
plfcit In the camouflaged "Civil Rights" Act.
:5 Let no Senator confuse the grandstanding, holler '
th n-thou attitude with the statesmanship needed to
rescue the traditional rights of all Americans from Executive now florida
trespass. His rights and his tenure are also alstake. I serving

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K Happy Family I

The world is heavily populated with Individuals who I
would do "great things" if they had tine positions oplfnty
of money. However, the world has very few men I With giant strides,the South marches: forward 9j.
or.women who are striving to do the hit!. things in
lift In a manner that befits the doing of the great things.
There Is much talk today, for example about the More industries! More people! More tourists! More

vdue of family life. What do the average father and i income! And-far more automobiles, requiring
mother, in this day, do for the benefit of family life? For ,
that matter, what contributions does the young son, or the hundreds of millions of gallons of petroleum

young daughter, feel impelled to make in developing a products each
happy family circle that In too many instances, is but year. g

I ;'
tQory.Happy family life Is a cooperative affair. It does not To match this growth, we have recently completed
father mother, son or daughter, alone
depend on or or
I ronstruction ol America's most modem oil .
Unless all work for the common good, unless all mem ; refinery
bars of the family try to be as unsellish as possible, at Pascagoula.
thin there can be no completely happy family circle. .t '
But It Is worth thinking about and working for. What j4' {
are you going to do about It? I Covering 2600 acres, this refinery is fed with erode

oil from the Gulf Coast fields through the longest

Prayer In The School underwater pipeline in the world. With a capacity *'- t

}k''t; A recent Gallup Poll showed more than 70 per centofAmerlcans
"
!t--- in of 100,000 barrels it is of
excess the
questioned endorsed the Idea of prayers l a day. one

inrpublla schools.A world's largest refineries. ..
::. number of Capitol Hill lawmakers profess to see ,
I
a rend toward adoption of a proposed Constitutional fr
amendment allowing voluntary prayer and Bible reading --, h This new refinery embraces all of the latest

In-public: schools I-". technology of oil refining-particularly in the +
s In that connection, a naUon-wlde movement to marshal
and mold public sentiment for winning approval of 1 1a% I t. r rt a production of more powerful automotive gasolinesY .
such an amendment has been launched In Hollywood,
California. These completely new Standard Oil gasolines 2 ,

2 Known as movleland Project Prayer, the organization Is backed I t { are on their way to you now. Try them at your.
bj prominent figures.
1 ''-
Th. growing tide of opinion must be crystallized and i/ : 'T Standard Oil dealer's, soon. i 0
expressed to state legislatures and to Congress withal -

going overwhelming to be successful show of strength If Project Prayer Is '' Our new Gulf Coast refinery is another example of '1"M' 1t 1tit

5 The people through their elected representatives : ,". Standard Oil's planning ahead to serve the South. r !
will, in the end, decide this question. >
t' ,t
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The Seafaring Tradition P. H. SPEARS, Agent, Quincy, Fla. ..a

2 Another saga of man against the sea has been
logged on the tempestuous Atlantic, and once again man
has acquitted himself. well
| The waves were piling 40 feet high winds were wp
howling at 65 miles an hour when the Coast Guard STANDARDOIL
cutter Coos Bay and the Norwegian freighter Fruen battled '

thjQlr Ambassador.way to the side .of the stricken British freighter f 'Jl

i
? Veteran seamen called lithe roughest sea In their .

memory. fI T t t
s Against those tremendous odds the rescue ships L b
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llii
managed to shoot lifelines across the heavily listing $ A ye
freighter and take aboard some 20 survivors.
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5 It was work ol skill and raw nerve. It was vents 1't'
thing which two Italian liners had failed to accomplish \
cm they stood helplessly by.
i The sea apparently claimed 14 men who took to
bats, and the freighter's master, who died of Injuries.
s But the saving of the rest ol the crew was in thertfFblest
seafaring tradition. .

| LAWYERS CONSTITUTIONAL AND OTHERWISE.
are beginning to wonder about the Supreme Court's rultjg rh
last month that Congressional districts within each '
fete must have approximately equal population. By : ?
tSls yardstick, only 37 out of 435 Congressmen appear to :
have been legally elected. Do we, then, legally have aCongress
? Could a non-existent\ House of Represents
UJes have passed the Civil Rights bill? Is there really a STANDARD

Federal tax cut after all? Why don't they stop talking --- -- _OIL COMPANYKENTUCKY"-.- ,
la the Capitol and go home? - -- -

| Or was the Court's action an Intrusion of the judiciary
Sato the affairs of the legislative, and thus unCoo.Iial u
tl ? U so, who 1s going to do what to whom when? I


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chisel and hammer. and all the strength of his body. and all the faith of his heart. He said to the

c world with his Art-Words that which he could never have spoken with his lips nor written with his! pea I

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thrilling breakthroughs in human achievement have been dedicated to His service.

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: RTIf rice"nt'y rot-vrr TTMFS. Qrrvnr. FLORIDA, THURSDAY MARCH 10. IWM
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Jr., Woman'sFashion !i Coffee PlannedFor ase/ f Jo Ann Doss Is Presbyterian


Show WOMEN'S PAGE Mrs. KynesA *o- t.R t YaI ;V,. Honoree At Tea I Women Meet


Termed Success .. honoring Mrs Jam. f" .t Miss Jo Ann Doss bride elect, Following the prayer band
W. Kyne will be given by Mr o. was the honoree at a beautiful which was led by Mr. Allene
Of A Woman'l Day" wa the Person having Hems of social nature are urged to call Taylor Grantham and Mr ra Saturday afternoon. March, Cantey Monday afternoon the

t"PJllet the Junior Woman M Mrs. May S. Richardson' at MAin 78503 .lame Watt from 9 30 11'in 1< i. when Mrs Henry Slappey, Women of the Tint PresbyterIan -
Faahlon Monday March 23 I W Potter Woodbery. Mrs Church met for their general
Sh( tuft,,w and bird Luncheon Annual held Thur rrrrr................... . .. u....................... the Quincy morning Woman'l, Club All al Hank\ri Smith Jr, Mr. C. B. meeting In Fellowship

12Mi I ladles in the community art helter and Mrs Lester Griner Hall
crMann
: LuncheonAt ---.7 Invited to attend. f'h entertained for her at the home Mrs. Tom L. Maxwell and
Cuttino gave
Thomas, ft the luncheon Bridge A native of West Palm Beat of the former Csmellls and Mr. Fount May Jr had chargeof
0 e nnof illoo si o'clock. Mr*. Marjorie Is the daughter "' other spring flowers were effectively the program. Mr. Cecil
1
\hicli hoi-nn. st Jef'son House Leland and Merle Hlatt Fron arranged at the entrance Price opened with prayer following
n Lh! rv, and president announcedthat gave 1930 to 1942 the HIatt famiJj the singing of a hymn.

tie' wiliom the proceeds from the Mrs E H. Routon and Mr*. lived In Marianne where Mar Camellias centered the living Mr. Douglu Owen was plan.

would toward the com Thomas Smith were cohoetesse jorie'i father wa assistant superintendent room manteL An arrangement lit
sutiw go delightful one o'clock of the Marlanna focal pointIn Mr. Maxwell Introduced Mrs
of the Children' ReadIng at a s4r of Anemones at a
plfctton In the Quincy public bridge luncheon at the Jefferson Boy School In 1942 the lUatU. this room wa* a conversation George Fellow of Greensboro
Room House Saturday A profusion moved to Jacksonville, piece. Mixed spring flower and Arkansas who talked on
library of early spring flowerswere Marjorie was graduated from 1'it were at other Interest points In 'How to Worship" Mr. Fel-
dIea Sara May Love wa the at three point of Jacksonville' Landon High the home. lows wa Bible teacher at Bob
narrator for the show The 34 in the large dining I interests School In 1947. Four year late Mrs. I Jones College and a soloist, hav
Guests were greeted by
model wore fashion fromMiryBooney's she ing studied at
Centering the table wa an received a bachelor of Moody Bible ID.itltute .
Wilson's andBeJkHudson' artistic arrangement of roescolored science degree In Social Welfare\ Frank Smith, Jr. and directed Her talk was Inspiring
.. The show was camellia with G plus an elementary education to the receiving line. and challenging.The .
divided into alx .cene morning of the flowers extending almostto sprays I y y" teaching certificate from Flor The dining table which linen was president Mr. R. H, M.
covered handsome
wear, lummcrtlme clothe, the end of the table. Tally I y ida State University, While In by a Davidson made several an
centered
cloth
cutwork
t reception and tea, church cloth. place card were of floral design y college Marjorie wa already was by nouncementa. Mr*. Lanier Rich
five diver
branched candelabra
a -
eej j children' Easter clothe and becoming accustomed to the all ardson, chairman of nominalng -
holding of
evening wear, Following a three course ( 1 fast-moving pace that the would white flowers nosegays with and committee asked that the
:Miss Laura Gholson, "Gada- lunch the 20 guest playedbridge. later lead a* the wife of Flor mums group be in prayer for the com.mlttee .
din County's Tobacco Queen Mr. Cortelle Edward, 4 4 i ida'* Attorney General In ad- snapdragons the predominating.From and that the members
silver services
played! two selection on the who won high wore wa sward dition to her studies Marjorie both end of on cooperate In taking what ever
the table Mrs
piano "Theme from the Apart- ed a gold filigree picture frame. ; found time for Student Govern John Sirs Mark office they were asked to,
Ol fit" and "MaI guena." Mr*. Lanier Richardson won ment, being a cheerleader, Woodbery During the social hour Circle
Morgan Mrs. William
,
Mrs Austin Nlxort presented bingo prim which was a hand. ; :. member of the Village Vamp, IcKeown and Miss Mary Hugh Howard 3 I of which Mrs. E. C Mahaf.
Miss Sara May Love with a made apron.Magnolia. Sophomore Council member Shelter fey i I. chairman served refresh.
din red rose in sincere appreciation ---- Vice President of the Sophomore $ of poured. Silver menta. Mr*. R V. Cantey, Mr.
for her efforts In Class, Mortar Board, Garnet tray sandwiches of cookies, Morris Suber and Mr. J. c.
r. compotes nut and mints
raking the show a aucceca.The CircleIn o Key, Alpha Gamma Delta aim Minion were in charge
were the table.
Woman'l Club was beautifully Sorority, and the FSU Circu on Sandwiches, toasted nuts and
Hostesses
decorated with early Friday MeetThe It was during these busy Mrs. Billy Ton Peacock ** chins In presented her chosen the honor punch were served. Mr. W. H.
spring flower, The stairs were college year that Marjorie met patterns Fort poured,
entwined with native greenery Jimmy Kyne who was destined Mrs. PeacockIs a memento. of this deUibtlulpartV.

interspersed with red and pink Magnolia Garden Circle, to bring her back to Tallahassee Bridge Clubs Meet
A the model descended met Friday afternoon at the iy 1 .ter. Approximately 100 guests
year :
roses. At the
time
home of Mr. J. M. Taylor with Winner In called during the appointed With Mrs.
the stairs, they advanced to 15 In.attendance. The chairman .1 I \ law the captain of the hour Suber
the
s long red carpet onto football team
ate which was highlighted by litre. Lanier Richardson, 'Margie and Jimmy were married Sewing Contest I I Mrs. Joseph Suber, Jr., wu
a'large trellis that carried out presided Mrs. Fred KIbllk in Jacksonville In 1950. hostess to her Tuesday and

tile color scheme on the italriA. gave; the devotional after which The Kyne family now numbers Mr*. Billy Yon Peacock won Book Club Wednesday afternoon bridge
three-tiered arrangement of the secretary, Mn. Henry Faulk, five, Including their three first place In the Junior Wom clubs Tuesday at her home on

red and pink camellias was on read the minute children, Jlmbo 10, BUt 7, and an'l Club sewing contest, which Has MeetingThe Highland. St. Patricks Day
The chairman brought a report Miss Sue Smith John club meetIng theme wed
ttte piano. Camellias were also Betty 3.Coffee was held at their wa in the decor.
uted to bring out the beauty from the executive board I Friday, March 6. I attains, tallies and retrfl lmenta.
o( the large Early American I meeting General chairman or Mr. and Mrs. George H. Smith announce the engagement She will represent the club Book Club met with Mr. Winners of high and low and

mirror on the mantel The din. the Flower Show which will of their daughter, Betty Sue of Greensboro to Willis Given March 19 In Chlpley at the v7. C. Rhod on Thursday, bingo were Mrs Douglas

irtg room tables had a strip or be an event of April. 18 at the Lloyd (Sonny) Casey, HI, DeFuniak Springs, son of Mrs. For Woman'l Club annual Fine Art March 12th at 7:45: pm. Owen. Mr, Cortell Edwards
Mr Douglsss
pink down the renter with red Garden Center program which will be held. I Miss Marguerite Hendrix reviewed and Mr. James Johnson
outlined of the Lois Rabon of Pensacola and W, L. Jr. of Don They
Brook
sod. pink camellias placed on some Casey, Quincy VisitorMrs. Mrs. Peacock wore a gold Joy In The Morning" were awarded! novelties
ttj' plan and asked for cooperationIn Funlak Springs. Miss Smith, a graduate of Greensboro linen-look knobby textured outfit by Betty Smith. At conclusion of three prorressiona -

making the how a success High School and Chipola Junior College\ is employedby George W. Munroe and with Jacket slightly fittedat This I* a sweet love story by the hostess served a,
chairman Mrs. Fred
Mr. and Mr*. James Kite Klbllks Program, Introduced, the program the Florida State Road Department In Tallahassee.A her daughter, Mrs. Pat Sub.rentert.a1ned side front. The set in the author"of "A Tree Grow in beautiful salad plate featuring
hive wrist length. The Brooklyn, a marriage of
returned their home sleeves are
to with a coffee Saturday green congealed salad, chicken
Id !Madison Va, after visiting which was presented by graduate of Walton County High School and Chipola morning in honor of Mr slim three-gored skirt is slightly student long before it become salad sandwiches cookies, with

her cousin, Mr. Douglassllrooks Mr talked. J. Fisher"Azalea Williams" This, who Junior College, Mr. Casey is attending Florida State Fred Martin of Athen, Ala, gathered at front. The back th* popular thing to do, forms coffee.

and husband roe 1 1I' an Informative on and interesting was University. The marriage will be solemnized at 4:30: p.m., the former lilies Mary Patricia has pleat and side opening the bane for a tender love story Iced drink were paused durng ..
so route from a In Cobey, at the With this the wore gold colored artful and engaging certainto
home -
of
April 19 In the First Baptist Church of Greensboro. the form. the framePhoto .
talk which
was enjoyed by the _
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Hey Went and spent ten day er. Camellia were at focal straw hat, bone patent touch many hearts, with a
Friends and relatives Invited to attend. ,
here group. are point In shoe and bag. Her glove
I' : Get well card were signed the entrance and living satisfying ending.
-- room. were whit. The hostess served coffee and
ill and mailed
by to
present Studio
\ ;Telephone Soliciting Mr. Cary Everett and Mr. McBride CircleOf Circles of First I Centering the dining table ouffhnuts, I &
was an epergne of fruit and The next meeting! will be
I May Dunnaway, member, who Luncheon For
C.per/.nee..err. ..horsnanr. camellia From the coffee held 9. Mm
service April
.. ........ are 111The WMS Meets MeetThe Carnt'ttl Flower ShopSame
Uooe Merl
Baptist on end
......., (.....100..... (;....., chairman gave a good Mrs. Pat one of the table, Miss Munroe Laird will be hOMeN at the I
H..... .... (.11 ('..11.... 1.1. report on the Golden Age club Munroe poured. home of Mrs. Russell Wallace
1...._ ........ I a It.M. and the general meeting. The Margaret McBride cirri following circles of First Sixteen friend and relatives and Mrs. Albert Flake will review ) Management,

,perm t.k for. Mr.M \tlll....._.".. 1'4-4113"II During the social hour refreshments of the First Baptist W.M.S. Baptist Day WM.S. reported were guest on this occasion Mr. W E. Mlddleton, her the book. I' Same Location
were served met Monday afternoon at 8:30 their meeting, Monday, March daughter MU Mary Mlddleton Over 20 Years
o'clock with Mrs. Brlnklcy at 16 and Mrs. Allan Bostick enter
Mr. and Mr Charles Jones Mr. Willis Page Roberts,
I Saturday Tea tained with a luncheon Saturday *
her borne on Dogwood.Mrs. Marjorie Jones, Mrs. F. JBelts 1 Owner and Manager
met with Mr at the home of the formerIn end Mr, and Mrs. Randolphones
/ Roy McCIendon, chairman chairman '
} Exclusive presided over the business II A. J. Lockerman and ,had 12 For Miss Doss honor of Miss Tee Munroe, have returned with from sister a'; Phone 6276233N.
In their
bride elect. Azaleas, red bud tat Memphis -
member The Call to
present
session' at which alt officer reported
Adams St., Quincy
I'rayer by Mrs A. J. Phillips and iris were at focal point In Mrs. Roy Dunnaway and
,j "Contour' Brilliants"Inspired was followed by the program Miss Jo Ann Doss, bride the party rooms. daulfh r'fI'l.MayGarnw._ __ I
Mrs. Joseph Suber Prayer presented by Mrs. D. R. Darsey elect, ws* the Inspiration fora Centering the table was an
r by the ,chairman! presented the devotIonal The Mission Study book beautiful seated tea Saturday arrangement ot sweetheart ros :
and call to prayer. when Mrs. Sam Cunninghamand eand violets Place cards
/ "Apogee" was used a* program Farm Bureau The Voiceof
/' i heroine of Mr*. John McAfee program The next meeting will be in the her mother \Mrs Howard were Easter eggs with dainty
1 i chairman, gave an interesting home of Mr, Amelia PibchcL Gray entertained for her at nosegay of the same flowers.
review on the M union Study Grace McBride Circle met her home In Chattahoochee The hostesses gave the honoree AgricultureCrop
J e fabled love storyt Book, "Apogee" by Margaret with Mrs. Romulus Brlnkley A five branched silver candelabra linen a* a memento of thin

Culver. She concluded with an with 12 member and one visitor with nosegay of white delightful luncheon.
appropriate poem related to the present. Mr. Earl Scho- mum. and glad centered the Among the 13 guest were Insurance for Florida vegetable and

I subject.Mr field, president of Day W.M.S., table, which was covered by a the mothers of the engaged Farm
linen cutwork cloth. couple, Mrs. Mark Munroe Jr. tobacco growers Is now available from Florida
I *. E. C. Bchofield, prsald- attended this meeting Mr.
,ent of the W.M.S, cloned the iiuy MtLendon, chairman, pre On one end was the punch and Mrs. Ned Hlnson and Miss Bureau Mutual Insurance Company, according to
sided ,bowl from which Mia Millie Williamson of Jacksonville .
meeting with during the business ses Karen
prayer.Refreshments served ,ion. After Call to ITayerby tubanks and MU Laura Ghol- who was visiting her aunts George Johnson, local agent.
1 were Mrs. Joseph fcuber the son poured. Mr*. T. It. Smith. line with
t from the dining room table program This newest line of crop Insurance/ In
I was presented by Mr*. I The hostesses gave the honoree -
which was centered with M farm Bureau Mutual's effort to furnish a more complete
I John McAfee. The final chapterof a crystal Ice lei glass as Bridge Club Meets
of amebas, sia-
arrangement mission book, "Apogee" were a memento of this lovely party service Florida
to
bloc
liMA and flowering peach presented. The April meetingwill --- With Mrs. Woodward growers.

soma, in a silver epergne be with Mrs. T. V. Smith. Coffee Mrs. R. D. Woodward Jr. was Realizing that the hail season Is rapidly approaching
Mr. McLendon poured coffee Saturday hostess to her bridge club Tuesday
f : from a silver service which was Evelyn MOM, Mr*. Max Walker afternoon at her home on Florida Farm Bureau Mutual Is In a position to accept

'I placed at one end of the table George, chairman Powell., met Nine with memberswere Mr*. For Mrs. KincaidMrs. Woodward Road. Camellias and applications for Crop Hail Insurance Immediately.Hail .
Individual pink and white de. flowering peach In shades of

the
cheese sticks were aka served, Belts, the program from book"Apogee' with a coffee Saturday Mrs. T R. Smith who won damage to growing crops and few growers can stand
high score, was awarded dou-
jA miniature pastel "BabyChick" a
morning in honor of Mr. John
was presented
by ble deck of card.. the possible loss of hail alone.
damage
I I surrounded by tiny Mr*. G, H. Routon. Hostess for Klncald of Chicago, who b* visiting

1 at I colored eggs made a lovely April meeting will be Mm her sister Mrs R. R. Kin- during Refreshments the afternoon.were served To ease this burden, a large number of growers paya
Easter decoration on the party James Pi lei. cald. Sixteen of the honoree'i
I small premium in order that the who sustain
close
plates. friends minority
: W. L. WOOD'S in Ida Hollowiy Circle met In were guests on
QUINCY The hostess presented Mrs. this occasion. Couple HonoredAt hail be
I the home of Mrs. W. T. MOiety damage can compensated for their losses.
The THISI3B Diamond W. L. Sohofleld. Mrs. Max Walker (apast with 14 member Mixed spring flower were Dinner Party
KnmiimiinV Dint by Wood, present
and Mrs. MOo at points of intercut. The din Hail Insurance doesn't the least reduce the amountof
IntraduoM opulent now "CONTot'1JlftILLJANC'lC.." B.. president) Chairman, Mr. Frank Whittle, Senator and Mrs. Dewey'
pl.nit.nt diamonds lustrously adorn Us oontour Only London with a personal gift. presided during business session log silver table win centered by a Johnson and Mr, and Mrs Bob hall damage, but It does enable a grower to better
Fsmur has it, A dente of nukllar beauty, the THI8BB Twelve member and two Call to Prayer was given The epergne of camellia Young entertained with a dinner withstand
towlnly graces your b.lov ds hind tells the worldof ; guests enjoyed the affair. by Mrs. T. P. Peacock Mrs cald hostes gave Mrs. Kln party Saturday night In honor a possible cash loss on his crop.

hr pines In your hurt < h'i> ,_ la root I If.. ,I Arrangements of gladioli, Carl Edward presented final a of personal this article a* a memento of their nephew Alexander A4..
Mutchlnt wedding ring avaUabl., both In whM or yellow cruvllas wild plum and fruit chapters of book "Apogee" occasion. Johnson and his fiancee Mlra
were in several rooms of the. Roll Cox Circle M.... R. T. Margaret Lawson Curry. White
home. Freeman, chairman, met with Lamar Baileys Hosts mums and purple Iris formedthe
Mr. W. A. McOearmld. Eight At centerpiece the It Was
on dining Like
Couples Thir
gold.W0L' I Mr. and Mr*. G. Lamar MunKM member were present Mr Bridge table. Mixed spring flower*' fudge!

/ VUq !Jeweler are riaiting relative ra Luther Cox gave the Call to Mr and Mr*. Lamar Bailey were at other points of interest
Birmingham, Ala. Prayer followed by the pro were hosts to the Tuesday Night io the home
I Among these attending the gram from the book "Apogee," Duplicate Bridge Club (The Fifteen guests enjoyed this I
dedication of the building at This was presented by Mr Couples Club this week at their nice party /
107 East Jefferson St. Quincy. Florida FSU In honor of tile laU III r. W. R. Lambert. Mrs. Harry home. Early spring flowers and

James J. Love were Mr. and McCall will be bodes for April camellia were at Interest RUING SERVICE THE
Choir .l UK fills si y.1loe.all, imp am' mnaiiiu sm' |.. is ion same \Mr. T. L Maxwell and Mr. and meelinl. point I

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Mis Harriett Talley and Miss women received noveltie for FERTILIZERSFor MINKWASN'T
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District WSCS'Consultation Social Relations of the Women Florid Legislature, spoke of I \ rid between 'the Montlcfllo!,lei of Ceremonies
Benefit Tea At
'K Division Miss Peggy Billings his Interest In the SUuc-to-Na ii n d raUahagac Itkhwayt 'I Lynda Fetch and Stewart I
also of New York, who son lion program as developed be- !Guests will park their cars at I Unison tang "Old Black Magic
furlough as a missionary to tween Florida and Colombia In Millpond Farm the heron and walk through the and several other selections I
Korea and Is acting Staff Assistant South America "This program woods to the house or be driven 1. A Jalllet" was magician and
In GainesvilleOne Department of Christian doe not involve the expenditure Friday At 4:00: there In station-wagon shut- I performed some card trick" ,
Social Kelatlo.., Woman' of large turns of money tles.There wearing a Beatle wig Dancingwas I
Division Board of Missions. he said. "It does mean the exchange will be no admission' enjoyed during the evenIng '
hundred ladles from the of students both Millpond Plantation near but silver ,
The followed In on High a offering will be accepted -
Tallahassee District Woman'iSociety program School and level It Thnmaavlll will be opened to for the ,
College
Auxiliary.Patrons
of Christian Service of structure and subject matte visitor! for the first time In I Dixieland number were played
that educator and technicians
the Consultation In means Chuck
Master by Burns,
Stanley
the Methodist Church were invited r. cent years when the Wony
to attend the Consultation Washington, D. C In Decem would be exchanged also en' Auxiliary of Arrhbold Memorial : Honor AlIl"nl. Pick Jacob, Ed Dyal
ber. to promote a mutual helpfulness. 'had .
There the Coordinators bone Adam Ralph Jacksonand
Inter-American Attain hold
on Hospital a
Colombia with Its 57
In Gainesville March 1011. i met with staff, resource persons illiteracy wants only percent understanding til' tea there Friday, from 4 Band MembersFollowing Tommy SmithRefreshments
and others for study and until A pm.Hospital were served
Mrs. C. D. Johnson Qulnry, i briefing Among the topics and guidance from luring the evening Mm John
.lcep lldcnt of the Florida :discussed were: "The Current the outside. They want to be, Auxiliary membersto \ the Band Concert then smith was chairman atIhe
Conference WSCS: MM LyonB. ,Situation in Latin America," left a free people to work; outtheir I Add, Amorlcui, Cairo, Maul. Friday night, the !Senior mil I 1 _refreshment committee.Floor .
"1 and llomorvillo Junior membl'ert' _
"Labor own difficult problem U Qnltman, entertained -
Crosby Greensboro, District In Latin America, "The '
Press Several cities of Florida are 'have been Invited and residents at the Sawann Countrv
and Latin America, "TheChunh' -
president; and Miss Emily Cunningham organizing group to promotethe CH-x.rn from all over the area are urged Club by the Rand Patrons A'I
Htwford Church and In Latin: Role America.In Social" Change Idea of a sister City In Colombia i DEBBIE celebrated bet 8th birthday with a to attend to see one of 'Friday 13th" theme was used Covering
Community worker for the Tallahassee !- I the plantation homes which israrely In Ihe'dero..thn.. ) which I
and will adopt a city In "Dress Like Mama Picture Show Party" Saturday afternoon were
District were among Other- members of the Fourth the near future. Such a State- March 7. opened to the public and very unique The gueiils entered Including Formica
those who attended. World Understanding Team lo-NaUon can do much to discourage In support Archbald Memorial under a !ladder which wa
The consultations were sponsored with Mrs. Bender and Mia I communism In Latin Hospital. draped\ with mom and strings inlaid Unolium rubber,
by the Department of Billings were Mill Adelina America. It can also dispel the 'Picture Show Mrs Vance Watt Is chairman of cheese cloth depicting\ spider flarL corkCounter
Christian Social Relations, Connet, social worker and concept of "Ugly American"and For Debbie :of the membership benefit at: webs On the table there wan
Woman's Division of the Gen teacher at Union Theological : a tame ceramic blink cat
give the concept of "Friendly which new Auxiliary members, surrounded -
eral Board of Mission of the Seminary, Buenos Aires, Argentina American" throughout the MtM Debbie Chandler will be Invited to enroll for the I by red camellia and Top
Methodist Church and the one and a Methodist Deaconess Western Hemisphere.One brated her eighth blrthdav coming >ear, Their duos and shrubbery which had been
In Gainesville was the only one ; Miss Dura Gutlerres, of the primary needs a 'Dress' like Mama 1'1 the sift of visitors may make spraxrd with ihlnv black palm WorkAU
in the Southeastern Jurisdiction who left the team before going for better understanding between Show I'.IV" Saturday, possible the addition of another The mirror In the ball room
Seven were held throughout to Gainesville because of the 7th. vital piece of equipment to which hung over the fireplacewas
the peoples of the United
the nation and Gainesville pressing need of her services A delightful time was )' draped 11'111RillS.. and
the hospital which has received
States and Latin America is to Tn>**
was chosen because of the directorfor Debbie and eight cheese' cloth with simulated
is literacy program be able to speak each other's ed by several such gift through pre-
available educational resource the Presbyterian Church of vlou benefits. cracks In the glaaa Snarling
Much la being done Installation
Among the resource persons Colombia, S. A., Mrs Cella language. black rats flanked this Expert
,
Millpond, the home of Mrs.A. :
In to teach Spanish In Florida Cox Issues
Gainesville
were Mrs. Clifford Osuna deHernandet housewife Primary and Secondary schools Dean Perry of Thomasvllle In the background of stage
Bender of New York observer who Is active In social actionsof but a greater effort I I. needed and Shaker Height, Ohio, was were the words', "IWuare of Old
at the United Nations Methodist Church and treas- Reminder On built In 19(14 by Jeplha tuner Black Magic" There
for the In Gainesville adult classes was au SHE FER-BUTCr1
Board
of Missions
and urer of Latin American Con Wade who came to Thomanvllleas open umbrella, black cats, etr
have been started and more
a staff member of the Christian federation of Methodist Women, are In the planning stage. These Parcel Post a visitorUetlnnml. In this area! Mr. Fa nest' Jeff- ffif.rfi .lh.rth
Colonla Del Valle, Nuevo Leon classes In conversational Spanish i In a Spanish style coat had charge of decorations II QUINCY fLOIIIO
Mexico and Mrs. Yolanda Tog were highly recommendedfor ( ), the main house features doiens have Oreenwald presidentof ,
SEPTIC TANK nozzl Munhoz secondary schoolteacher all and cities of Postmaster James of picture windows opening onto the organltallon van Mai-:
area our minded resident of !. __
I of English active In social o
formal gardens and natural
state. Many speaker emphaslied -
SERVICE and Gadsden County .
of local
action program 1 vistas It has
a unique renter
the fact that though
I even we
date of April I
effective
I church, secretary of Santa Ac- use the same words, we do not a court with fountain statues anda
been set for new domestic .
tion for Latin American Confederation collection KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc.
of rare and exotic
of Methodist Women necessarily mean the same thingin cel post rate Increases I plant. ,
the different
countries of
I AID Paulo Brazil. the Americas. The parcel port There are hundreds of blooming CHARLES RINARD, Owner
I Among the guest speaker approved recently by plants Indoor and In the
of Florida The ability to act Intelligently I C Remodeling I Addition
from the University terstate Commerce formal Hardens around the
I were: Dr. Robert Bradbury Instead of react emotionallywas and averaging about 131 house The amour "How Walk"i iI. NEW CONSTRUCTION
Professor of Economics, D?. stressed by many speakers cent ta expected to Is bright with daffodil., stork
David Bushnell, Associate professor There Is a need to distinguish) about 75,i million and snapdragon. and flowering Garages I Carport I Porches
of History, Dr. RaymondE. between the vital and the trlval Catalog rates will tree are turning the woodlands e Roofing I Sldlnq a Cabined
Crist, Professor of Geography Small discussion group were creased approximately 13 nearby. Into veritable
Col. Glen Farris, Advisor formed to try to formulate answers pent and will produce fairylands.The Florida Room I Enclosures
VACUUM CLEANED
to Foreign Students Dr. to the three primary revenue of about $2. "No
I route Mill I* clearly Job Too Large or Too Small"
REPAIRED I Lewis Raines Director UnlverIslty questions What Is the speaker if 1962 volume Is nwrked for visitors,
of Florida Press and Dr saying to us? How dues It affect The higher rates do the e xten ive plantation entering Havana Highway Phone 627-8495
Vidal Trujillo, Associate professor us? And what can we do fect air parcel pout or [ : I grounds from Ptnelrre IVmle-
I 627-8403 I of Spanish P. K. Yonge about It? national parcel pout.
School and Dr. Irend Zimmerman Postmaster Cox said L _u_.. ______. '..- .
Assistant Librarian Unlverslty Duplicate Bridge ClubIn been advised by '
Nights 627-6868 of Florida, General John A.
i The Honorable Mr Tom Friday MeetingThe the decision of the Ice -
QUINCYVAULT Adams, Secretary of State of sist the Port Office .'
Florida, Tallahassee was guest Tuesday night Duplicate In carrying out its HEELECTw.
CO. speaker at the dinner on Tues Bridge Club met Friday nightat reducing the drain on the .
the Garden
day evening at the Holiday Inn Center Therewas eral treasury by $100
VAULTS MONUMENTS and spoke on the subject "Flor- I a tie for first and second The lint pared post _
between Mrs. W. 0k
P. Neel and was on February 1 ItttiU
IdaColombiaPartners: In Progreis. ,
MAINLINE DRIVE I ." Mr. Adams who was Introduced Mrs. J. A Stiles, Mrs. Jean postmaster! pointed out -
QUINCY I by Mr Osee Fagan, Carr and David Che-shire. Mrs. To Illustrate the ; M."BILL"
Eileen
Wright and DouglassBrooks the new rates here Mr.
I Representative to the State of
were third and Mrs noted that a six-pound .
Pauline Coggins and N, E. Miller which Is the average

VOTE FOR fourth. for local area delivery will V
I 37c Instead of 32c.Hospital "
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y Boyd Leonard Mrs.Hostess Kenneth At Bridge Maxwell 18&0, I .5 ; ,

Mrs. Kenneth Maxwell WM Admit.ioni March 10 lhr
hostess to the Tuesday
mOf'nIntr
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FOR duplicate bridge club this March 18 (D.I.I t
week. Mixed flowers Jlr*. Dorothy I'utton .
spring : ?
cS COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
were at point of Interest.! Quincy; Mrs. Catherine :
Sandwiches, dip cak* and Quincy; Mr. Joe Suber, ( [ ,
coffe were nerved. Apron ,'Mr. Thomas G. Layton,
INMANI
District 1 were awarded for prire cy; Mr. Jimmy Alien, ;
Mrs. Virginia Clink
Mr. Mercer Bishop and Mrs. ;
Mrs P..srl Woodward
a Gadsden County Maurice Owen won first place, ; I

Mrs. Byron Suber and Mrs. Mr OM Watson, Quincy;
,+ (County Wide) Norbert Saber guests won Avis Bailey, Quincy) bin I
lodean jdsidleton,
second U yulncyi
Your Vol. and Support Brook and dM'Fred. May,I Varol LI,,,,,., (jiunry)
Will Be AppreciatedPaid third. John Gray Jones, Quarry) )' YOURTREPRESENTATIVE
,
Mwttie Hunt Greensboro|
Hrwwcll, Urecmtboroi.
reacheda
Smear tactic have ,
( Political Adv.)
new high In ordinary politicaland Connie Patricia Kud l, /
publicity proceeding. boro! Mrs. Millie Joe
.-- .1 Havana) Mr Aubrey M. .-
ler, HavMa; Mrs. Baanie
asn, Havana; Mr. Annie /
din. Vlck.ry, ChaM Mrs.
Jane Smith, ChU) Mr, *
Huiuty, Chatti Mrs. Olive
Tallahassee) Mra. Eloise .
Ta.IWte.mea Mr. Luther i O THELEGISLATURE
Mt. Pleasant; Mrs.

Dunn, Midway.BIRTHS, ,

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Duke
March 11.

Are you going to chicken out of the new colors again? Boy Mr.- and March Mr 14.,. Emmett

Not In our J&F Mohara suits I :

Florldi's first statewide -
In* school fur law '' '
officers, Florida Law : 14
ment Academy, has : YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE LEGISLA

Tallahassee under the
of the Florida Sheriff. .

TURE serving as chairman of tho Import.

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COMPANY ant Agricultural Committee for 10 yoarsl!

14 E. Washington ,

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a Band o Has served several terms on almost all

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Home Ph.: MA other important committees!


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I to a p.n. All Day .
aortal hour.IIIS8 Has served as County Commissioner and '



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a unique bland of worsted and Kid mohair woven axeluslvy( for J&f by Pacific .. alter 9 PM. HOW TO FIGHT FOR THEM!

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shade, foot stools from obsess I I daughter f>lre. Jack Richardson MOTHER'S 6TH BIRTHDAY,
Home Industry boxes, sewing kit for travel, left Monday for Orlandoto DAUGHTER'S liTSe.ttl.

wooden article of all kinds. I CITY OF QUINCY Perjona ( visit her IOn In law and Little Julie III- I
Loaders TrainedHome chair coining ceramic, hat daughter Colonel and Mr Ben had a double
made from straw braid, crewel AROUND I A PROCLAMATION Franklin and family. gram party with her mother birthday February

Demonstration Horn bags and pictures, pillow I Mr*. Pat Munroe, daughter Henry Weinberg III. studentat 29. It was Julie's first
Industry Leaden met Friday smocked and crewel, aprons, tile Ths Mr*. R. D. Woodward, Jr. and Indian Springs School for birthday and her mother' sixth
.t 2 p.m. In the home of Mri work, metal work liquid embroidery DeMOLAY MONTH Mr, George W. Munroe left Boy, Helena Ala., is spending Mr. Ingram, 24, was a leap
Henry Grady (or training and wall plarques, i h SQUARE yesterday for Atlanta to attend spring vacation with his parent baby and so was her
exchanging of Idea Mrs. Grady tray and art object of various Maich 15 April 25, 1964 the show, "The Glad Girls. ," *. year daughter Julie.
and Mr J .L. Barlneau serve n '
design
By But r which was written by Nathaniel Mr Amos Davis will return
County Horn Demonstration Guests Included three Hom.Demonatr.tJon of Is Banks, Newnan, Georgia man.
Each club leader WHEREAS, the Order D.Molay competed a this weekend from New Orleans WED IN HOSPITALPontl.c
Leaders.
leaders from Lib-
useful articles that! of men fourteen to twenty-one year of age, Mrs Pat Munroe's ton Dick where ihe visited Mr. and Mrs.J.
brought erty County who brought Interesting young Munroe presented the how at I Mich. Returning
eould be mad for the Ideas to exchange and who are seeking to become the better citizens of his theatre In Atlanta. Mrs. Mill P. Minetree.Lynda Brinks attended from the wedding rehearsal

These wen shown and hom"1 articles to show the group. Sign of Spring Fever tomorrow, by developing those laudable virtue Munroe will join her daughter student weekend at Wesleyan their car collided with\ another

tines for.making each Home Industry leader from Some people with sunburns and making up the character of all good men; and Mr*. Randolph Thrower and College, Macon. She was accompanied tending the bride-elect to the
of the article shown
..n80m. and the
and hospital killing brides
Liberty Gadsden Counties
tan. Good looking cotton dress- they will go to Jekyll Island, by Janice Carol Can-
were: Swedish Embroidery will learn to make hat from e.. Fancy flowered hat. City WHEREAS, the organization wa founded by Ga., for a visit tey, Bunny Fletcher, Martha maid
towels, bird houses from
gust straw braid on March 26th 10 workmen taking down that Frank S. Land during the year 1919 at Kansas City Mrs. Pat Woodward and ton May and Temple Rude. The wedding was performed
recovered
plastic jugs, Ump a.m. at the Home Demonstration: "Municipal Parking" sign ne.rthe Pat Munroe Woodward are via- I as scheduled but the ceremonywas
meeting room. This will be' pott office that pointed to Missouri and now has more than 2,400 chapters lUng her father, Fred L May held In a hospital Instead
Gadsden County aught by County Leader, Mr the location where the health around the world; and and wife. Authors find It difficult to of the church when Virginia
Henry Grady and Mr*. J. L.iartneau. center I I. being built. A signon Mr. and Mrs. Alvab. Bryant believe that there are persons Olsen became the wife of Rich
Insurance) Center a grocery store window WHEREAS, all the DeMolay members of Angus ant ton Bill had as guests durIng who do not read books. and Carlson a navy ensign.
1121 West Jefferson I Beat Liver Otho Edward In Hinson Chapter, sponsored by the Washington the weekend Mrs. Caroline ----- -- -

BIBLE VERSE he beauty chop peering wit Lodge II, will observe the period March 15 April Elizabeth Smith of Jacksonville,

PAT THOMAS I Voting cards." Dempsey Cain 25 as "DeMolay Month" in celebration of their 45th Mrs Elizabeth Jordan, Fernan-
on the street with s "Beatl dina, Mrs. Katie Lou Elklns,
TO STUDY Wig" Anniversary, so as to exemplify their many com Cairo Mrs Bryant's sister Mr*. NOTICE !

INSURANCE INC. munity and International activities, and in some R. 0. Williams, Sr., and Mr.
"All things work together for Went for I walk In the wood small way show resognition to their many Senior and Mrs. R. G. Williams Jr.
good to them that love God." the other afternoon with my and children Bobby and Bun-
1. Who wrote the above statement son. W* cam to this fence and DeMolay; nowTHEREFORE nell, Calvary Mr. and Mn. S.

? naturally It had barbed wire I, E. W. Hlnson, Mayor of A. Connal, David and Leslie,
2. Where was he at the time? strung along the top. It was do the of Marc Cairo and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. TO ALL
of Quincy, hereby proclaim period
quite a feat to It.
3. To whom did he write? get over Ingram and son John Allen
4. Where may this verse be Things were going smoothly until 15 to April 25 1964, as "DeMolay Month and call Havana.
found? I reached the barbed win upon all our citizens to join in commending the Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Woodward

On Stop Means part. The fence started to list young men of the Order of DeMolay and in ex. III and children of Ocala HOME OWNERS
Answers to Bible Verse to the starboard, one of the spent the weekend with his parents
of the fine
Complete Service 1. Paul the Apostle barbs caught my britoh's leg pressing our grateful appreciation ex- .
2. He was residing In the Cityof and a shoe fell off. With the ample set by these young leaders in contributing Among those attending the
PIAL 627.7151 Corinth. help of my ton pushing from to the welfare and character of other young men dedication services of an FSU

5. To the Christians living In the aft we mad It. Do wish of this City, thus aiding in the development andleadership building named in honor of I Wed. April 11964 1
QUINCY Rom. people would build those stair of tomorrow. Given under hand this the late Mr. James J. Love
things to fences with, my Mrs. ,
4. Romans t.28. go over were James J. Love, Miss
I Dick Suber, 14th day of March, 1964. Sari May Love, Mr. and Mrs.I,
Truth Cures Everything Don May, Mr. and Mrs. Fount i
HARRISON AUTO PARTSUSED Your wife used to be terribly j May, Mr. and Mr*. M. B. Bate. Is The Last Day To File For
E. W. Hinson I
nervous, and now she I I. a* composed (SEAL) (Signed) Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard

a* a cucumber. What Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Linton
CARS cured her? I Mayorof Munroe Mr. and Mrs. A. B.I HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION!
USED PARTS for all makesof "The doctor did. He told her Hubbard, Mr, and Mrs. John
that her kind of nervousness : C. Hlnson and many others.
Cars and Trucks --- I
was the natural result of advancing Penny and Steve Kuslck of
anything to wit on this lowing reasons:
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICEWE age. Jacksonville are visiting their:
who 1. Government commoditiesare
HI, Jerry Maxwell at Tennessee beauteous day. Lessee grandparents
Mr.
and Mrs. R.
BUY JUNKED CARS Military Institute, Sweet- can I pick on. Nope better delivered which were not A. Bush
I -NEW-
wait until May has com and In the county when the menu
Tenn. John
1422 W. Jefferson MAin 7.7115 water were made Shaw Curry and Charles'
Dadgum Just ean't think .. Owens, Jr., students at Abraham
Overheard Bank teller tolocal 2. Community food habits Baldwin
man at window Sorry, are considered. Ga, College, Tlfton.
spent the
Mr. NoName, your wife beat 3. Rise In the cost of a food their parents weekend with

you to the draw. Item Mr. and Mrs. HOME OWNERS
See the student are drifting 4. Availability of equipmentand have returned Ralph Knabb
to
Jacksonville
In for their spring vacation personneL after
Too bad all of them ean't be No menus are given for Friday sister visiting In law their brother and
home at the same time. because of class planningand Hilton C. Mr. and Mrs.
Went to the Quincy Band Concert school preferences. The Robert McElvy Maxwell MUST APPLYIN
Friday night. It was an Friday menu Is usually hot Valdosta student at
excellent performance just dogs, hamburgers or fish. ,dOlllA State dolle e, Val-I
u
LEON FEDERAL spending the
not lone enough. Hop the spring
holidays 'In
REALTORS weather will be nice when the Easter Eggs I with friends.In .w8h"t"' C., PERSONALL
District Band Festival gathers V.n Godwin I
here In April. Understand the In law, Mn. T. 11. and sister I
LOANS AVAILABLE State Festival will be In Tal.lahasnc By Alms Warren !Thomawin. left Godwin
*. Too bad It won't beat 'Atlanta yesterday for
Gainesville where the
beach resort. Well, at Your family latter will
tome RETURNS AND
will relish their Easter eggs SIX.' Board of Edu"UonDr. PERSONAL PROPERTY
leant It won't cost a* much.
Political Salvo This pub- more If you hard-cook, rather INTANGIBLE RETURNS MUST BE FILED IN
for rwidintial .
hunting and
than hard-boll Mrs Frank
them says Miss P, May
BUILDERS lie servant approached a lady Izola WI1IJ.am1stant nutritionist and family of Gainesville spent ORDER TO AVOID 10% MANDATORY
and said, "You're going to vote
and commercial Real-Eitati Florida the weekend with her
Agricultural mother PENALTY
for me, aren't you? "Sure, Extension Service Mrs. James J. Love and attended -
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.IWI 100 miles .f Tallahassee OUT." Why? Because hardboiledeggs day the special ceremony Fri. AT THE
at Florida State
are tough Hard-cooked University
Just bellev I'd better
say ones are tender.To ,when the building housing FSU
by-byt! Com back to see m*.
hard-cook eggs, Miss Williams department of mathematics. TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE
M C CONVENTIONAL LOANS suggest that you place meteorology and statistics and

the egg In a pan and cover the computing center wa nam
HOME CONSTRUCTION LOANS Lunchroom with cold water to at least one ed for the late James J. Love BASEMENT
Inch above the egg. Bring rap. Mri. Oscar May returned COURTHOUSE
Menus Idly to a boll; remove from bonne, *estr<1 y after visiting
I DUPLEX AND MUlTI-CinT heat; cover and let stand for re atlyea In Winter Garden and QUINCY. FLORIDA
20 mlnule Cool for
three
eggs quickly week She
RESIDENCE LOANS March 23 March 27
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Monday, March 23- ter. Put them In the refrigerator Mallard of Mascotte. Tewy J. McPherson.

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Spiced BeetsCornbread the eggs, one of the ilmplestways
Butler Milk to color hard-cooked eggs
Cookie la to UM wax crayons to make Here What's HereTime
Tuesday, March 24- I"homemade" deilgns. Make
Plaza BurgerButteredreah ;stripes by drawing them on the
Potato till with a white crayon be-
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M Green Bean "take" through the wax Use io Care For Your
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Economists much time ind temper It can speeches until such event have,i* not far off when w* will be
I
Urge save iou each spring Coffee-Chocolate Dessert Made AheadJlEFlUGll.1TOa entirely lost their appeal using monorail to onset metropolitan !

Records Be Large envelopes or labeled While thousands of folks traffic Jams In our
Kept manlla folders, regularly kept stood on tilt street for hour major cities. Mr. Charles D Fletcher
up to date, will help solve most jiMt to ee the official car goby Phlppt, executive vice president Company
Up to Date of your problems! In keeping and be able to go home and of the Seaquarlum Mono- I
records Place marrlM and say 'I teen him, he waved tome rail Corporation, was my bOIl r
By Alma Warren birth certificates, service records and gave me I big smile" I was on the delightful trip INC. *"
or copies of them In this getting i flipper shake and I I
Galnesvlll With Income file for safe keeping. la your much more beaming smile from GREENSBORO
Ux Urn Just round the corner home file there should be room another Important celebrity, her
for majesty, Carolina Snowball, el
listings of Social
Security YOllr f.
consider the
It' Urn to importance -
numbers, Insurance policies, Queen of Porpoises, it the Ml-
of keeping financial debts .ml Seaquarlum
mortgage payments taxes -
records ind ill pertinent family --#--
anything pertaining to Snowball, la ins world i oniy
and personal paper current family and personal finance, albino whiten porpoise a) far J nMranc*
and In food order.Home Keep your life Insurance policies as anyone \tnO'lSh.. laves In
economics specialists and negotiable securitiesIn the world most expensive,
U
What Family
with the Florida Agricultural i safety deposit box, Inventory 'gotdflnh Question: a
bowl a palatial, Plan of life Incut'inc*' Isnt ill "West Gadsden's
Extension Service suggest that the content of the safety $100,000 underwater paradise, life Insurance i family plan Largest
now li the time to get better deposit box and place the her drawing room windows, And several of my friend
organleed Tike Income taxes record In your home file from which she mav be seen bYi yet with, that
COFFEE AND CHOCOLATE have specific policies
WONDERFUL FLAVORS OF
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Do keep of former
you copies the
public. rout $2000 each
returns and all the necessary ire combined In this easy-t -mak* dessert Make II early la the day She In the heroin of one i label What U It' Source of Supply"Building
current Information In i place GARDENINGIN when you'r having people in for bridge or t* wetck a ipeclal TV of the great sea sagas of the Answer: This I* a relativelynew
where you can readily find program It serves eight ganerouelr. fcrr hot decaffeinated century It compares with Herman type of policy There are
them? If you do you know how FLORIDABy coffee black, or with cream and sugar, as the perfect teeompail.went. Mr Miles lath century' many variation of the plan, of
tragedy "Mob, Dick,* If that course, but i typical Family
Plan policy Is one which provide '
DBSIKtT tale had been rewritten as i
limey Sharp, Editor
comedy a package of life insurance
Agricultural Extension", Service 1 agaan.s.we.teaed 1/1....***salt The Seaquarlum version differs covering husband wife
You chocolate 1.1/1.*..saeiftad from Melville's and all children In the aingl'
I don't have to be an expertto tragedy In I
i pi pip grow i good lawn Often It I in whiles eoafeetlosisrV ngar that It has a happy ending' contract Commonly, for *acti Materials
I nip : $10,000 straight life (lor
A, takes is much brawn a* brains l/4cvp Rilfte4 ItsklMsowas.uk.eoafMlloierViagir Moby Dirk wan a fantasy, while ptld.1
: the
at age 8M on
up
The the capture of Snowball li
usual prerequisite I II moving 1t.aapaavaaiila a
sits help Nelest '011' IIlL fact there would be a n, llO ,
Into i no-down-piyment 1 chapped (*ea.a, 1
S yolks eP
egg 85 on the wife and 12,000 convertible -'
house that sits on i bare, aandy aalfta4 tasted Flahmnen In their excursions 1

lot.Mirth to students l/tctt,rosf ctl< era'ititir Vanilla wrier off Una the told coast of sighting of South a faro- child. It even term automatically to 22 on each cove:,
according purewhite
Farm and Builder'sHardware
butter Jlwwtea.d whipped em* at birth children born' *
of human nature I I. the month 1/1 r"* poipoise' Th. Seaquar-I er* anv
Uaaled8lUUffe
for lawns They say that the 1 tablespoon. InsUit JUaMUasial hum announced that It would In the future The coat la lesa
: efce.pedpecaM fit out than for a combination of all
sting of wind-blown sand plus an expedition ind If '
11OppR th* sting of i nagging tongue CooL WsaawhlU. bat the atory were true It would these coverages wrtUl'nndl. '
low halt err
Malt chocolate ever vary vldually and It provide each
tempt to
.
causes planting.Regardless the seasonal. surge In whites until foamy throughout Add 1/4 cup of the _rlCtl ".re' imen, capture the rare at.1 member of the family with current -

grass of the domestic sugar. I tablaapooni at a Urn, bestingwell.ene. Back addition Beaufort County South protection and also a policy
I'fMOnl.Jnlverslty ef Florida continue beating until peakswill form. Heat egg folks. Add 1/4 olina, sensing that they might 1 convertible In the futureto
eonf.ctlonara'sugar beat until wall blended. have i permanent plan for each
turfmen recommend spring I cup | something of utmost value -
,
planting to Insure a green car Cream the butter, Sift Instant sole, wit, and remaining 1.1/1 In their waters passed a lawmaking child __ __ ___ .I
pet by fallEstablishing. I cups eonfactlonari' lugar. Add to butter and al& wall. Bland In It Illegal to net POT- FertilizersAll
NAIL I aa Urban pasture chocolate, milk and rsollli. Fold te erg yolk cols ars and pecani. poise In the county, I
WORN IN THE rrqulies more than wishful Fold In egr white mixture. Pour the chocolst mlitur Into a saving Undaunted the Seaquarlumcrew
BMCt wsur 'thinking First remove the bowl. Chill ntll a t-about I hours. Arrears wafer around art out and after three
elect TMCXJOWf"TO :' sticks, the stones and the neighbors sides of bowL Garnish with whipped crests and additional pecan. tries finally found the albino' Types
mmOYNO'ill dog bones Next rake the beauty off the roast of Col-
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MIN OfEverything Msksa about H/l cups, enough for I *enrlng
lot until It Is level leton County where no law prohibited
ARTNRITif.e I Following i heavy shower, her rajxur
check the lawn site for standing Other They carefully dropped the (Shade Tobacco Formulas
let 4 to 0-Inch center
deadly
puddles of water and, If In the process are net over Snowball and her little -
( professional do this job for grasses will five full cover Inon
needed, fill in the low spots a If vat on I to 12- dark colored son who a
I before planting For better you. season by her aide, and lifted them
to looks and for drainage slope Ways to Plant Inch centers.Plenty aboard ship. Up went how,. A Custom Mixed)

keep th* faintly the earth away from th* house There la no ideal 11'.... The of water of 1 and monthly of and scream from South Caroline
pounds
On sandy soil add three cubic applications they charged porpoUe-oap-,
for
have acclaim
In good health.F. royaiaa won ammonium nitrite per 1,000square Let Us Quote Prices
plng
yarda of organic matter per texture but require much care will porpoise piracy and porpoise -
feet of lawn urge
1.000 square feet of lawn area and good eoil. Centipede I* poachingAnd i
This will insure good grass "poor man's" grass that does the miss to spread at top speed so Carolina Snowballwas How Good Dancers
growth Peat or composted material To prevent the rows of carried to Miami to become -
with little
well on sandy soil
P. May sprigged graa from giving your of the Make More FriendsKnowing
will be fine. Mix the material fertiliser and few mowlno Queen Seaquariunv
Into the loll A rented but lawn an ocean wave effect, then No porpoise In history ever received
St rates good,
Augustine begin mowing almost as soon as Km I*fines Mil tan make Fertilizer and Lime
,
a* much publicity Press
Drug Co. rototlller will do the job In i Is ravaged by chinch bugl. *
hurry, the first runner leaves It* home radio and television heraldedher you a much happier and popular ar
Common bermuda I II line-ten base Frequent mowing will also east!You tin lean all rte.Istest.tepeIn
Phon. 627-7601 The next be soil and the Snquarlum went
step may butrequires
lured, tolerate I salt spray, keep down weeds.For all out to an amaimgly short lima at an
provide accommodations
sterilisation It 1ml IIsenU.1but much work and considerable Arthur
Fla. additional Informationon Murray rtancnlM Dane
Quincy. will kill weeds and nema- fertilizer The bahla : i fitting such an llluntrouscreature .d'.. Csmssnfidtnc
lawns and of outdoor and pose as
ear your Service
On the occasion of ,
1__todcs: Since. the chemicals- used grasses form I loon turf that carpet, contact your county : my visit I was permitted to |you matter the Chi Chi, The Twist, Spreader
takes constant. mowing to keep agricultural agent. lie has and the aver popular f" Trot Came
enter her
seed sulks down.A private quarters and to your neanst Arthur Murray Nudge,
number of publications that her ..
greeted personally she .
I I. Floritlne St coot sad bgln
LOANS new grass a new tile of M
Augustine. It was developedby will help you with your grass extended I flipper and accepted and good times.Arthur.
the Florida Agricultural Experiment problems. l tidbit i I In the :4rkt a fish i
I I was I P Improvement
FARM Station and releeo.drecently
RESIDENTIAL
to commercial nursery- that have taken Murray Irrigation Supplies
TO CLASSIFY I lace it the beaquarlum sine
Lowest Cloning Coats High Approval moot m.n.i turf Its growers.Florstlne available. now from I last visited It several years Dane Studio

Good TermsCONVENTIONAL TOO LATE ago. The shows are splendid
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clone.growing type that covers and I enjoyed I ride on th. new Permanent Overhead

F.H.A. the ground rapidly and form so By Ruaadl Kay rl.011 underslung above monorail the that spacious car .., Florida

Quick Confidential and Courteous Service show excellent that sod III superior Four-year ft) weed tests While t wi In Miami at the park In my Judgment lit*- -day- Systems Pipe Plumbingand

and diseases remittance. time President Johnson was attending 1 I' ,
SEE ALVIE WOLF AT Planting the Democratic 1100 a
Methods of planting are sod plate. dinner it the Fontainehlesu -'
'sprig, plug, and .seed Sod Is you could not find me In SPECIAL SNOWING Water Systems
HARBIN-WOLF, Inc. the answer to an Immediate the mob that milled about tfa*
!around cover Orsis plugs cover lobby of the swsnk ho teL I
321 West Crawford Street about one-third the area that You tea I'v. spent a good s i s
Phone MAin 7-8737 the equivalent amount of sprigs part of my adult life tagging Ralston Purina
will cover I behind wigs covering *
Sprigging li the economics legislature, attending
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1_slower.growing wysia-graa.ea. on listening to _their endless
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of doing all jobs from the leant 'j ," '1I11)P Tips Given On to the greatest paY till b) 1 +"41n4, tins B",Iced off euIii qiutz into a milk bottle
saving lime and energy In The News I 1 t, I hI earning! "IRns In fi I lint I __ ---- _
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Simplifying The way I person work, "it campus restaurants urulnt PARKING FINES AND JAIL
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stands. sits and the amount of horn to integrate Milwaukee Claiming park-
HouseworkBy FARM IU\I'n theater was deluged last
looping and reaching she doe
,pring and fall with demonstia Ing fines were unconstttutlon.
while working and the she "
way al and degradtnu Mrs Dorothy
urs who were sent to jail by
Alma Warren uses her hands and eyes tend FRONT I the dozens Horvatb chose to go to lath
to lessen fatigue and results In
I rather than pay the fines
In front of the Capitol this
Don. your homework take greater output with less expenditure .
"BY week marched a group of Mr Horvalb offered to serve
too much DOYLE CONNER
time, tire you or bore of energy The way
their to his wife term but Instead was
youngsters on way
you? she dresses Influences her ability COMMISSIONERFLORIDA
"Cuba," In a serious If futile given the child to take home
It It don, do something about to work also Comfortable FITNESS leader of :
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREOur to ban nuclear
effort get s on
it ny home fconomlsli Rpe dresses with backs for action, national program, ) u tMuetal
clalli! with the Florida Agricultural well.fitted shoes with low to puts ;5t. l/o11w t stole weapons Across the street stood other
Extenilon Service medium high broad attack on the Imported '
heels and '
within two to seven day through exercraes.: watching bearing
The homemaker needs to good foundation garments Increase fire ant In Florida Is being re-Icy youth one a SEPTICTANKS
application "Go to Cuba and Stay
study her way of working and her ability to work with newed this Spring State and That -elnfeitatlo sign "
means There Students both sides
lean to save time and energy less fatigue federal agencies will be cooperating .of ; Ar on
could occur within a short time 6 of the street were handing out
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This I ti especially with land who :
true of work owners ,
To save time and
energy a However owners of land that pamphlets telling their side of
carried on In the kitchen because want to rid their property of >
homemaker must plan, organIze 'has been treated are advised t.o' the story
much of her time li pent her storage, make necessary the pset. keep an eye out for appearanceof .... ,.t. ,. ,\r.e Only the day before a group
there
Proper placement of changes In the phy.lcaluP.. On the State side our Division any new mounds and treat ."" ..-.r : of a dozen Negro officials of
CiINEI
work
centers should be In re have work and storage heights of Plant Industry Is carry- each one Immediately Usual ROM $ the National AsaotUllon for the INSTALLEDFOR
lullon to each other, Adequate built for her, adequate genera Ing the ball The Federal team's relnfestatlon period la June DEn of films shows I Advancement of Colored Peo-
facilities for storage and practice and specific lighting practice activities are under supervisionof through August when the ants off Borne 1943 decol- ple ''NAACP) from over the

.of_easier and better ways good _posture and dress properly the U S,., Department ofAgriculture's are flying Marc 1943!' state marched Into the Capitol SALEMfJ
for the job All Is In vain I division of Plan Mlrex la available at farm 1 press room for a press conference -
I unless you are willing to fine I Pest Control. supply stores Prompt action In announcing mass demonstration -
INSECTICIDESSOIL and practice better ways o f: Some 139000 acres, moody applying It to new mounds will ,dFr planned on Good Friday .
working Changing the type and I In WHIt Florida are expected prevent the spread of fire ants In which an estimated 10,-
FUMIGANTS I place of work to alternate between to be approved by Plant Indu again to a degree where they r 000 persons would march on
I jobs that require standIng try for treatment the two--once more become an economic r. the Capitol (there was disagreement -
WEED KILLERS walking and sitting' helps I year program which got underway threat.If as to the total num- (
out list Fall It was suspended you are troubled with fire bl'l'lIt i }

I The old slogan a place for during winter months when ants consult your County Agricultural made one wonder Just how
everything and everything In the ants are Inactive Agent Hell steer things have changed. These actions .
SOUTHERNCHEMICAL A total of 10H,000 you to the lire Ant Committee
Ita place la a good rule to follow arm In seemed vague and insignificant -
13 counties In the Panhandle in your county when they happened in
I have been O K.'d for treatment Seoul or New York or even
COLLEGE IROSII AT 71 by county Fire Ant Commit- Rapid development of cattle t Richmond But when they hap
lIa to lees, Of that total, 22,000 acres Ceding on a year-'round basis AhL(1ltE pened In Tallahassee, one won- 627.6851
Sales & ServiceInc. I finish his Storal education, In five of the counties got a and speeding up of the trend r dered If the whole world wasn't t]
William Homer 71, has derided going over last Fall In tests of toward shorter feeding periods f r disturbed
to go back to college, One he new bait mix known as has caused the U S. Department And one hoped for the days EARL LODGE
of his freshman courses Is actIng "mlrex" of Agriculture to expand : : I'lhKtb: : : Is honored on r again when the most Important -
Using B pounds of bait, con- its I monthly report of cattle on 100th birthday by wife Bertha, and thing will seem to be how
I He has ended a long professional lining only one teaspoon of fel'd. ACF Industries official Retired
Box 3, Ph. MA 76101 the toxic The monthly t
I career as a security Investigator or poisonous chemical report original employee became founder-member
for the state of New to the acre, the tests proved I ly listed figures for Arizona, of centenarian club, 25 more ACF t.
QUINCY FLORIDA 'Jersey and will spend part of successful I California and Colorado It retiree could become fligibla: In
his retirement time going to now Include. Nebraska and
next 10
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iota ii NUT an eradication program 1 will Include cattle and
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1 Bequest for the control, This expansion of reporting
M' treatment are processed first, services should be helpful to IY'M
by county Fire Ant Committees -! cattlemen In making plans for
SILAGE ? which make up the areas production and marketing The
Into blocks of the required size February 1 monthly! report indicates .
and then apply to Plant Indus how feeding has been 4 4 SLINGSHOT

try to Join the program increasing, outside of the Midwest direct of fiberglass polo Is

Land owners participating In well shown in sequence
fire ant control pay 80 cents The five states now being reported a as C K. Yang vaults 1S-6.
for the first acre and 19 cents on the monthly listingaccount -S
for each additional l acre for more than onethirdof ,- r sIn
Plant Coker Betides the Panhandle the animals on feed January
Hybrids infested healthy for students In the
counties In Florida range 1 this year In the 28 states now A CAPITOL U S. to hold panty raids (At
from Duval on the East Coast reported In the quarterly sta the? risk of being dated, this
stdGet across to the Gulf and south Isllcs California had 850,000 LETTER v rlter must admit that the
to Manatee head on feed February 1 Nebraska
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fad, when he was an undergraduate -

,HIGH TONNAGE It II worth-;noting;; ,;' that mlrex 000; Texas, 783,000, 433000; Colorado; and 483 Arl fey Jerry Mock ,) was to swallow goldllsh -

I. harmless to wildlife Also, zoos, 337,000. Tallahassee When one Is Only three years ago the students :
WIDE, BLIGHT RESISTANT LEAVES It has no residual effect. In IncldenUly Florida the latest reporton aiming a picture, It le sometimes were pushing beds and
other words. It loses III livestock population -
polen shows Interesting to step back cramming into telephone booths Florida.
HIGH PERCENTAGE OF GRAIN ts own As our of stale Is holding from the canvas and look over and midget automobiles ..
January 1 this
the work. The same thing goes This spring It may be the 1
year, we
HIGH TOTAL DIGESTIBLE NUTRIENTS continued In Otto position for what 1s happening around same Some other ridiculous
ELECTRICALSERVICE for beef
cattle among fad might storm the campus of at picnic beer is natural
II states east of the Mississippi III Florida State University as well a a
River same as a year ago, with Take, for Instance, Ta11ahaosee as other U. S. colleges But
rankings The flr t time this re-
I (No 1), unchanged for Illinois Tallahassee In 1949It panty raids are fast being shov- When you're relaxing at your favorite outdoor beauty spot with!
Colter h'brldsare prolific and generally Kentucky (No, 21), Mis- porter saw
grow ed off the headlines in favor ofothl'l'
sl'slppl l (No, 3)) and Indiana was a sleepy little town. A friends or family,and your thirst's whetted by fresh air and exer

to medium height with relatively low cars Anything from wlr (No, 4)). few politicians could be foundIn This activities.entire school year a rise-that'i the ideal tune for a cool,refreshing glass of beer In"

Inq a house to replacing In national rank Florida the barber shops and the fact you can name your recreation-swimming, hiking, or jusq
Leaves dark anti spaced. slipped a notch to 18th place lobbies of the downtown hotels TV and chances in the world fits
aro green closely watching are nothing it quitq
; a light; bulb as Louisiana stepped Into 17th, The boys had JUKI joined the
the position girls to make Florida State UnIversity as well as beer.
we held last
If'f',11. results- year
For best *
high-energy silage, In total cattle and numbers of coed. Your familiar glass of beer Is also a pleasurable reminder that

plant Colcer hybrids! Ike Shepardat of milk cattle we held the ranks Who would have dreamed In we live ins land of personal freedom-and that outright to enjoy
last year, 25th and 32nd 1949 1959 for that matter .
or even
,
re-
beer and ale if desire is but of
.pectlvey) that Tallahassee would we so just one, an Important one,

Although our hog population change so Less than five years those personal freedoms.
1 /333,000)) was down a bit Flor- this saw a wire
ago reporter
SHELFER.BLITCHFURNITURE da'a national In Florida..beer goes with fun with relaxation
ranking moved service article commenting on ,

.1 PEDIGREED .SEED COMPANY CO. place up a, notch Placing this South year Carolina to 22nd stud'nllin have other overthrown nations, wheieilsorders governments @ UNITED STATES BREWERS: ASSOCIATION,INC

HARTSVILLK SOUTH CAROLINA "o.IOU'1
wtxttaPARK.URroA
MAln 1 8543Rs. which held that position a year Turkey and Korea

Colton Plant Coker Carolina Queer tSI,1432 ago' California Is on our heels to name two The theme of the

I Wirthouu Ph. MAin 7(100 In 23rd place, up two positions tory_was that.!It.was. much more _._ .
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Plant aft" plant row after rm --
out Youns. tobarro prnvn the value ct \ .tmMIIlmtMd"leIy( after application.
DiMlnon Insecticide lor wlreworm And, there atoll another way lo protect
central your young tobacco: from wtreworms.

A wj't' application of Diulrmn' Just add Duzinon SOW to your tr m-

mask bvfere the stuck beym..knocks plant water.

out _1M. They don't get a chance IlIectMMM plus satety

to feed on root or bore into tender You un count on DUzmnn help your

sttirn.. Control eMicUvwww H outstand crop thrive and grow right through the
ing.YouK we the remits In strong youngtiemplanri cnttcal early' period when wireworm

and a more umfexm stand dinuge can be disastrous. And you can

Control wienems.je.iaaM of not count on Diannon to do the Job safely

VM can dipM on Oatinon tmecttclde WIthout bawd W humans and an-

Id solve your wiiewwm pojhwn>-*vo INk without hazard W the crop
II ike wlnwomn I NYe drvttaped resistAsk your supplier lor the DiuinoiformuUoon

ante lo one rtI the toil I mwcMcMrs wed you need. .and start the
In the past Hani-to-lull wtreworm are tenon without womct about wireworm
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I1M easy to control with Dtattwm damage

: Tke piobtsm el wmnoorm leinhncecunHiiini Logy Atriculrural ClMinkalsOrvWonofC ,;

le lamMd in aU the Important !fy Chemicil Corporation. Saw Mill

tobacco ass Where it-Ig pop up Ihn Kiver Road, Ardsley New York.'A 8

; Telephone your Chevrolet deafer about any type of truck mmn cant' plan be pmfrctx on ready Sowfcytabeacfcance dcpendibJepiMntllcii I

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1 *" you apply Dxalmin i to 4 weeks e.ra..e.rrs.e _
e;ft ahead of framphiMftif Iwadcatf Ireefifials ,

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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED GOOD THRU MARCH 21ST ,

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sAVE : \ \\D fd, *

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Only lh. lop prods of U S Gus nif wine, U. s. N i'm >. .J

: .* .rnm nt giaM e.t wMrt the Upon* bustneu, publl 01j.i1t.: i Kook .iU
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t jE W D held' Ploc.d In Itmpttotur. for IfMU ,.\ ?

compiled reolert, W.D beef U showed>n their pro-petit bard! ii JtpMidUiK

OIled la th. very peak of tender. more i p' :3
flavpttul flco1i.., by natur*'l o.nproc. gain, The two i I..'
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DODO STO0.ES made and w AI i .
alp "IK more bum I. .
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\ a >irtlculi\iv v .

Roast LB. .48ROUND ; I )In Cuinir: ... e
f worM howl\ iblMk
with nuni i j .
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BONE SHOULDER
h I in tiring. c n 1 1?i .. \
4 The oullni i vmunlH
Roast LB. 58 ; fin["iif i twnrld' I. .
I poor hll". 'J'
0nunn'IA' u> .01 M 1 t: it
the \\.M. Tli" >'<> \ .1.1IU :
linn). 1 ,.in. .siihlcf y
Beltsville TURKEYS Roast nut mi' *
58FAtE ,.
IL are in (AIII" \ : w.iiiun ; a
ANNIVERSARY the tin" ud ,, 'i *1'III
Uu U. h lun are r .I ker '.
Gr. 'A' Quick Frozen BEEF SHORT trig up lii. u ''I DI .)
nd AII\1rulI'l.' ait t_. vr y

4 to 10-lb. Average Ribs. 1e 38 done a..'" the 1'r.bulk .'t It. tl..:1'_:._ <4
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mill djuliiii nl
Dressed & Drawn 39

S 1 FRESH GROUND (I\AIL V rlclllhil Our P.vtr'j
Gov't I Inspected s 9s II Wit Hi"> trot u iui.iu.ln, .Iin +1 St :
Gr. Beef 5 1 : ; J
Regular 49 a lb. OK". will dllv the M Plrtdrnt'a po\rU' t.*i-n iu, -

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tunthil" Uwy In lir.i j; i ,
tiling but HHJ4 irnv x .t
the Affluent Year i n e ..
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l I.h''.... oi John K lllnvaid "
24-oz.JAR 29SAVE / ,.,J I fin mih? u
Wetly Malt and ,',
623EA.. PILLSBURY White, Ytllow D'fd "JST BAKE t SERVE dor to IndU./ Ill It v lOW i. I
J too lar,. I piuiiin r : II
Cake MIX 3 PKGS.$1.'I 1 _lUt of AnMNim u toils
iMutdi, till i"''
SAVE 5-2/3 EA DIXIE JUMBO r fili a' lon.e to the ,.IVI'l'' n.
$ f Just' wh*r. MituniU :1
Pies 3 12-Ct. I s wills ttt.,4 10) ]
. PKG*. ie t i Morton in |K.v"rty" InI"I", !
: H v, \11'1 da slot kn'" .
SAVE, DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON ,
I" Ion would luut
'* II
FRU'' M-Hmunt *lim.n, +
29 aMr 'I
Rolls B-CT. PKG. / ,
g bctnulni *very i I. u;< t
s ,. .
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SAVE 5, EA. DIXIE DARLING DINNER litHould hardly BJ, TMiulil e
tin n u> i.a the ww. .is
R 0 II I I s "C&OF65/ Invite ban.l I in'Ythllllons 110
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VAN CAMP SUPERBRAND GR "A" FRESH FLA. (1'I"i .
Ik' ranuiitii I Inn" t." oj i ,..,
Pork & Beans .
Medium EGGS ldlli.ll.II of tin" l I' '
ot dull I"""'"lIy ip n"'l .

50 Extra>t a.)(: GreeD Stamps 1 APPLE FOR lilllliin ill bllli."t.
1 PI.r1NM.1'! M. u
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WITH THIS COUTON AND PURCHASE C11 300 CHERRY Ui., liu M
11.11 r
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Owl Flounder I.l PR T. Steaks 0. e A.o.A.A csm CAN, 1.1 ? DOl. COCONUT Unilnairit 1111' I'e f.Laud'''us'or Vau

E>i> iiiUiig the t>rtT .''nh'ollh"n.w.Allol'
-.THOU MAcN list Size Only would be bail. In
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Family
Limit J wllh $5. ord.rornron Every tgg Guaranteed Save .
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AT ANY WINN-DIXII s p s
A .. Ifluciie pr the t4fiiia 1
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l.ly. Mum lovwnnirr'"tth
Ing $ .paMl will 1... II
avnihnl .
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50 Eriratttf Green Stamps forgo the tea cut Y. i: II
SAVE II BLUE OR WHITE ARROWDetergent .
WITH THIS COUPON AND PimOUa C* wA N w rruntloniiua t AJWlUUMlt it
t U. nit (ltd dtp ::1
t PK HOWARD JOMN0* ..
mlln .
( the DIllon u htilM 4
Chicken Croquettes GT.aax481 str (or t rn p"! ill
.OO5 TNRn MARCH ..inf3 Well| w, !begin i I", .
at the OQUI' a
AT ANY WI)4D-DIXIV =amMOI7 mutt be njr :

SAVE 21, DETERGENT Limit I with $5. order or mote IIIr Ihr (,.,.1.I...0-mrn.. ,rrnnM Uk,* to i II

lIst hy. knuw *tcflyr :1
how .ty1hliiK should M r
x Fab 581
Giant BOX Pity wmilit *bo f.niplr/ .tears
50 Extra d7C CrK1 Stems i iI zwlTtt.THts lit the all.pow"rtul > l
u lon, II they i r.rntap :
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I COUTOW AND PlCHA W .
lib tk Cominuniit*. tould
..... ATO FlMUM SAVE 5* EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE U. S. NO. ONE R '(-,ULAR WHITE **4ly *<>,lv* sue it, n
Green Peas went bv hJflnf this ..11J 1
liwrr who lit upp.it i I,) s
oo*TMW MAMN 11 TAT Sauce 2 303 251 POTATOES iui' nt work. tv.n'J8. U
ANY WINM-DIXIf Consttai iiird to a job you kn c rl
i3 .II! H l 'OIItI'nm..nc 14
uhi t away your tin:, t tiii
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SAVE 8* EACH STOKELY TOMATO 1 0 t1. 39 54450. ".''h"
.". /AG ? The iKHlbl with f
S 4601.wmt SQL :Greet Juice. 4 $1 li.5 .... lily lop' the J
Tills COUI'Ctf ANa FIIItU urSE C11 Cons >**k nNtlrol over udllMIM. -,. I'
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III!
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I ".N..Dt FRESH, JUICY sur:KIST MM far IM tMlinii ,

Breaded ...Oysters!! SAVE 8* EACH CHICKEN OF THE SEA LIGHT MEAT Lenions DOZEN 2 91 wrnnggl'....- le .this brearll?.; r.1, t a e

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AT ANY'WINN-DIXII No. iialp for IN lI"tl,
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Tea ornt Bags Nor. t I' slot .... \'Ir.._' it tile toy trfbV -.
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WINN0iXltii A "' Y & I "'/o I' UotI u', lash 111w
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IIIrIPk> lelar. I 1 'c '
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FOt.V.lJNSATURAnO ASTOR lifll' NEW EASY OPEN CAN 'eir.rtfy """V'114 d II
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Sir It

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n ;!; otAa 'I" 151140 who pn attd
A Ituttll III. V,. .J
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Pepper > "n lit
3-LB. CAN MB. CAN ft ... .
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[50 Extra 2W bleu | 3- JXWEllHOUSJ Coffee 69 .1 M A<1 fMlin. W.*lf l >in nt 1,4MTB A'" | ?
I wrw TM COUWN AND nmoua >4 M th* *? rtMSWMIlrout '.'

LImit< one with $5.00 (/ limit I with $S 0"' fwd ."" ltd o ,1
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Alka ejGer :r. food order. t H> MW ",.,.,,
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"Super-Right" FreshGROUND SUIED K

BEEF 3 ibs. $1.00

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Fresh Lean Meaty (Delicious! for Barbeque)

SPARE RIBS ib. 35c

"Super-Right" Full Cut b \\\f

ROUND STEAK ib. 87 C f


SALT MEAT ib. 29c

Smoked .

Sliced SLAB BACON ib. 39c 4'


BOLOGNA 3 ibs. $1.00White } u .


ASPS OWN COLORED i ARGARIN (SOUl:) BLOCK


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ASSORTED FLAVORS %7 c'64s Q/A ./


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Domco PureTppy.IT..uuuuI
Golden Ripe PEANUT OIL 8;Z. $1.39Bananas

"i: 1 1 3 ibs. 29c SALTINES BoX 21c

Fresh Pole Ann Page TomatoBeans
SOUP 310 Oz 29d
2 ibs. 29c Marvel an8

ICE MILK "Cm.I' Gal.. 49c
_ i. lane ParkerLEMON
.,'. 's,: \#:... ..:.:- ... PIE Ea. 39c
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STAMPS.II'1.: >' ..f),.V".Y.. $'y-':' ..?..:' :tftt.,. .;Pi!!: itf!!?
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I I/I Oi. BolU AM Fit* |Fresh Valencia .. 4f-w!"; :+ :,;: txn: "'
R Whole Cloves 19a I. I : .-:- '" <; ;
I B..,J.I.&I.Coupon fowl thru Mar.n 1 I Alcoa Wrap 35e Oranges 5 JSiI 49c Yt'

.!' ''P j t:_______________________________-:: I Calif. Juicy
: -iii11 i m taJi iii ii -- Lemons Doz. 29cr25
PI.AID PLAID ..
t f 5 t Fresh Roasted LBwIlh
STAMPS i STAMPS a_: Peanuts .1 Lb. 39c
this MIqMIII snd, purehu. 01 WIUa this NIIPM Ind pafthMM of ii! sag
11 f-It Oi.TomtUKetchup ItoMliK Au P i.1 ''il I 01. B tU. rfelffwm Cole SUw .1'_
2 for 49c Dressing 39c I[>' Assorted Colors
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J.2L Coupon good Ulra Mar.II I II!1.141.C upo sd thni Mar.II : Large
[! Gladiolus I 't9c 10c Off Reg. Price Jerkins Lotion Hand
.i Bunch
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Sultana Pure SM All Argo Green Ann PageS'Berry Py-O-My Assorted Dexo Shortening I
: Pres. I Syrups Lima Beans I Pork 'n Beans I Cake Mixes I 3 153c 5a35c

B"Jar 2 Lb. 59e No.Jar 49c 2 Cans 1 Lb. 29c 2LK.90X.Can 27c Choice Your 10c 1 ,., .n. '-*-_,",,_

: ........-PWD,-.SUMPS.
Ann Page Preserve --
Our Own Sunnyfield PL or SJLFLOUR PolyethyleneJuice
GRAPE JAM PEACH Pitcher '
TEA BAGS
Damsom Plum Apple I .

Choice Your 3 In Glasses 01.6100 1 64 Box Count 49 10 1 a 75c_ \Si saL 9Q- Pricesin 16 this QUINCY.South ad Calhoun are FLORIDA good Street thru Mar.21

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'rt225c' 59C
RONCO ELBOWMACARONI
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I KRAFT MACARONI Each 39c and YOU CAN COUNT on GIANT PACIAGEDINNERS

O'CELLO SPONGES MEDIUM SIZE Each 24c IGA' to_SAVE YOU MORE !

CASHMERE BOUQUET t
SOAP 3 Ft Bart,. 31c KLEENEX FAMILY .
TOILET SOAP .16b
PALMOLIVE 3 BariBon R q. 31c ., NAPKINS 10 Packag Count 10c
LAUNDRY SOAP

i :7DGL: 2 Each 23c 63c r4 ff51 '.32' SALTINE DIXIE BELLE CRACKERS 1 Box Lb. Itc

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BUBBLE BATH : 12i VAN CAMPS
GIANT O A SIZEACTION K Y Each 69c ;A GRATED TUNA 3 I COM,. 49C

BLEACH Each 75c CARNATION
GIANT SIZE r54* YsW .
EVAP.MILK 3 Tall 39c
I LIQUID AJAX Each 69c Cans



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SAVINGS or: ICA FANCY EARLY JUNE
MAYONNAISE :LIGEAS 2 S. 49tSMOOTH DI'im&m'K
MORTONS
PEANUT BUTTEH" 39c CREAM PIES 3 1/ o... tloo
KRAFT TABLERITE OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY Pt.
'" SAUCE :. /if IGA THAW &COOK

;{ 49cI39c ... JUICE OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY P1 Jar t 29 tii HANDY FISH PACK STICKS CRINKLE HOi.Pka... 59c.'

QUART JAR QUART JAR BUTTER TABLERITE 1 fkg.Lb. 69c CUT POTATOES 2 Pka.CrictaBiml Lh.. 2 9''c


CRACKER BARREL CHEESE SALE!
(PLEASE LIMIT ONE ,
A SUGAR WITH$ RE lib. 59c47c
Mellow Sharp Extra Sharp FOOD ORDER) Pka.TABLERITE

I 59c I 61c

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Round Steak
MICHIGAN RUSSETT
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FLORIDA JUICY YELLOW MEDIUMORANGES

ONIONS TABUDUTE LEAH FRESH
$119 .:.w.. .
I GROUND BEEF 3 ibs .T
35 3 Ibs. .19c TABLERITE E3 OT

BRISKET STEW 3 ibs.$ 00 II


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EAGLE SCOUTS Murray left) and

calved the highest rank in Scouting the Eagl:1coutAward

+ a Sunday evening at the First Baptist Church

Harold Dudley, District Executive Suwannee River CounciL -

is shown pinning the emblem on Marlin. The youths

are the sons of Mr and Mrs. lames Seay of Quincy.
/ Photo by Martin, Studio
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f
ngulshed community service t

Grain Program Following the recognition of -
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hese people Mr Gardner Inturn
recognized Edward Fletch- PLAQUE UNVEILED "He gave) devoted unselfish service to his community, his
.. *. .
/C./l.red r 0. >)> er for his untiring efforts. Inbehalf state and his country" says a plaque unveiled Friday as Florida State University

/ offers farmers in opportunity of his community and officially placed the name of James Jay Love on the Mathematics .Meteorology

at/ t to continue the progress of thepant the Rev county, David. a Love whole uilding. Among the principals on hand for the occasion were from the left. FSu
,
$ 2 with years estimated In balancing needs.supplies At- t h e Greensboro MethodistChurch tosiddht Gordon W Blackwell. Mr. James J. Love of Quincy, widow of the former .

the tame lime, the program made the Invocationbefore Board of Control member; Mrs Frank P. May Jr. of Gainesville, a daughter of Love;

payments give participant the large group partook and J. J. Daniel of Jacksonville a former Board member who served with Love and
of a sumptoua meal prepared
substantial return from the
QUINCY JUNIOR i -BOYS-MI-STARS (A DES 11.12)) partidpotedU Junior Boys. District reages In which they usually by the school's lunchroom per- succeeded him as chairman. -- ----- --- -- .......

held In Tallahassee. Shown are front row, left to rightArnold Jones lave a heavy Investment. IIOnnel served by several young
Tournament ladles, all members of the Fu.ture -
I James Hinton. Glenn Ronald Fletcher; back row left to right- who Under reduces the his program feed grain a rower acreage Homemakers of America' lancer

Chailes Woodward WeeleyeJoyneryCharl, s Stephens, Bob Chandler and Clay Van- of corn grain' sorghum, They were roundly applauded I BELK-HUDSON'S HAS IT!
Photo Martin Studio for their efforts following the
landingham. by and barley of his) by farm's at least total 20 base percent dinner, I
the story of a self-made m.n'' acreage will earn a diversion Last on the program was afilm Ing increasingly aware of the

In the fabulous boomtown of payment for shifting the acreage entitled "Opportunity Acres urgency of the cancer problemand
Youth Order Of Quincy Hounlon. Lance Manning, legendary from production to a conserving shown by Don Seery, information -: what they can do about It

figure( In the oil fields, use. Payments for 1964 and education officer' personally. Last year, he pointed 1 :
I fears his whole world Is crumbling -, will average higher than lastyear of the Florida Forest Service. out, more than 44,000 men :
beneath him as he searchesfor and the! minimum diversion and women were saved from
Month' his daughter In the holocaust Is higher. The particlpatng Hinson cancer who would have died 'J' tt
Weaver
Marks DeMolay of the Texas City explosion grower will also qualify had they developed the disease
and fire, Finding the object for a price-support payment on ten years sgo I l

of his search Manning also the normal production of the I (ca.ll..d ,... Pete 0.>)> The American Cancer Society : 1

Chapter, Order discovers peace with God at 196' planted acreage of th.three explains that It Is now possible t
Angus Hlnson of Quincy will contribute to the welfare and the same time. The seed is crops, and for loans or reeled I recent March of Dimes to save at least one out of
of DeMolay from March character of other young men sown In an u.iu.ual and effective purchase agreements on all the ,Drive two of thorn who develop cancer 1
oblllt've.I1e period "DoMolay thus helping to develop televUlon sequence featuring urn, grain sorghum and barley lie Is married to the former but only one out of threeIs
25: as of this city,
15 April
Month.- This period is denlg- the leadership of tomorrow. the Billy Graham Team. produced on the farm's 1964 Miss Lillian Belyeu of Quincy. actually being saved. "This
acreage ,The couple has three sons. They means," Mr. Tharpe said, "some .i
Dated to Include the dale March SOULS IN CONFLICT.. Wed- 1
members of
18, the founding of DeMolay, The officers of Angus Hlnson ntsday April 1)- Is a story Mr. Fletcher reminds farmers 'are Methodist Church and Centenary reside at 90,000 this persons will die because of cancer '

and April 23, the Institution of Chapter are Stewart Hlnson, encompassing the lives of three that the program signup is now ::10:1: Bellamy Drive did year simply to their doctors
they not get -
Goodman
lUmmn Chapter. Master Councilor; Greg "Typical" individuals troubled
Angus underway at the County Office Following graduation from
in tints for
During this designated time Senior Councilor; Pat with the present and completely and will extend through March high school Mr. Weaver attended early diagnosis
the Quincy Chapter will perform Parmer, Junior Councilor and confuted about the future. Because 27, He and prompt treatment"Mr I
urges an early signup Coyne Electrical School in 8&elety' ='
said that the
several IX'Molay Func- John W. Bales, Chapter Advisor. his unerring slideruledoesn't the best Tharpe )
s way to avoid theclays Chicago where he graduated No. 1 goal In the April \
tions. These Include- attending I come up with the answer d and
crowded office con- with honors. He has spent all
Crusade will be saving those
church as s body s public Film I Revival a famous jet pilot has his Itlons which develop ai the of his working years In the lives that are lost unnecessarilyand l
meeting for new pctlllonces and doubts about this strange new deadline nears.Wayne electrical field, primarily elec- "that
getting
means everyone -
their parents, the performanceof "religious resurgence" all his
trio utility working all phases -
to a doctor In time for early
of the mates about. A >
the various degrees are talking e
umlltntrt from Psi. 11..1 of the business construction : \
detection and prompt treatment
Order, s visit to an out-of-town prominent actress wonders about Hanna
and the annual DoMo- this new "personal ront ct." A ,..------- maintenance,. and operation, Delay can be fatal One's beet
circuits
chapter today. From the rodeo I
working groundman, lineman death from :
against
protection
lay Banquet, at which time the of the Southwest to the big prnny-ante gambling factory and utility L p 2i:44a
DeMolay Sweetheart will be I time speculation In cattle and worker tries to figure out what I cr..I1.... crew Far 0..) the present time m.n.gt'r.At Mr. Weaver cancer is an annual health
wckup. The annual checkup
crowned. There will also be 1 whathe the odd. are for 'hIm. Their
oil Jim always gets
Tyler Is
serving his second term
and need for a soul-satUfylng ,officer for three yews' In that should be observed as regularly / -
various radio religious -
programs
wants with one exception. .
as president of.11. REA Cooperative "
organization lie received his as a birthday.
newspaper articles covering the' Happiness remains the one goal experience is realized 'Slate Farmer degree In 1952 Association. He has The second goal, he laid, will
when each attends of Gn.ham'
of this month. one -
activities hoe-
beyond his reach. In. been a member of the Member
and American Farmer degree In be to raise for research,
The Order of IX'Molay Is composed pital bed where he Is recuperating meetings of the world- 191\4. Service and Community Development education and money service. "The /
of young men fourteento from s nasty spill from a publicized London Crusade. The Committee of the National $24.99
Wayne as he Is known to his hope of saving half of those
"Souls In
story of Conflict"' I.a Is
of who
twenty one years age hone, "Mr. Texas" heart the Rural Electric Cooperative -
friends lives In who
Greensboro develop cancer rests In
of all three
to become betlertIUl.en. story s trilogy
set-king
and confesses
ere claims of Christ Association for the past
and Is a member of the Greensboro research and with the growing
that: s change of outlook
of tomorrow, by developing proves
to the futility of s life without ten yean.
Church He Is number
Baptist ac- of scientists involved
the baste virtues making Is unforgettable li brought about only by a s
God. Ills response Other than his
three years'experience "
supernatural change of the five In the affairs of that church In It, he added.Exchange.
up the character of all good as Is the song from being the leader of the Royal on the City Commission -
men. It Is only through such the picture, "Each Step of The heart! Ambadon. an organization Mr. Weaver's service

things as "DeMolay Month" that Way." 1 1O1LTOWN. WIRETAPPER, Thursday (April for boy. between. ages of in the Corps of Army Engln Hears
the Angus lllnaon Chapter can 21) This film Is based on nine and IT years. He Is also em' and the Signal Corps during -
U.SA., TuesdayiMor "Mr. the true life story of Jim Van, president of the Gadsden County Word War II adds to bIaqu.llfIceUona. David BurnsDavid
( 81))- A equal to .
king-pin woretapper and henchman Baptat Brotherhood Assoiatlon. -
SPRAYING SERVICE ,Texas" was filmed during firs- of Mickey Cohen and other Active In the communIty While serving In.11.. Army
ham's crusade In Houston, Texas Burns of the Florida
Reserve with the rank of
AND underworld characters Jim and civic affairs of Greens- maor '
In full color Colleen Forest Service showed a film
featuring was Indlnpenslble to the masterminds hero, he Is a member of the Weaver had the opportunIty -
FERTILIZERS! State and
Townsend Evans, Paul concerning Parks
of In
participating special
Greensboro Klwanls Club wherete
of syndicated crime
for Camellias Aisles.Pearce's Power, Hubert Clarke Georgia II* was always one step aheadof serves on various committees training In civil defense and Historical Memorials In the i )
and the North Florida last Wednesday
Lee Ralph lloopci area -
disaster
the police. Electronics was He has been s member recovery
Nursery Redd at the Exchange Club.
stars of 'Mr Texas,
of.I1e National Guard for the
his line and he was making It
and Cindy Walker. It'sADVAHCED Introduced by program chairman
Harper
12 and holds thank .
past
Day bin until Jim Vaua years
Baur Alton Towle, Mr, Burns I
heard Billy Graham preach a of platoon sergeant.
pointed out that some of the I
sermon that changed his life I Mr. Hanna Is married to the most beautiful and
; scenery rec-
It 1 Is baaed on Vaua' Book "Why former Miss Dora McKenzie oSopchoppy .
(l'.aaae.e few Pass 0. >)> reaction facilities are withinmftv
I Quit Syndicated Crime." and the couple bas driving dlstuv* nf Outncy Crofton coed stripe shift costume.
three children Randy 9, Donna -' "
a cross Index for rapid reference ; Ir'-oun
SHADOW OF TIlE BOOMERANG "and to enjoyabsolutely button front. Invert pleat coat.
a; and Sammy three months : ((3)) Offering one day recording Sleeveless
free.
Friday (April 31) An lie Is the owner and operatorof service Instead of onceper i Long sleeve cuff turtleneck shift dress. -
outdoor action picture" with all Shepard's Mill a successful week: ((4)) To date Indexing .
the excitement and breathtaking venture dealing In the manufacture Black/White
alphabetically 85: per rent Problems are not bad to solve
scope" of the land "down and sale of corn prod of the old court records tiling II t nobody wants to get more

under. Setting for the screen ucta. local high school. and college \..I1.n.I1e, are entitled to. I
.
drama Is Australia's "outback In a statement to the Times -
Iludl'nl.durlnl the summer ------------- -
the continent's vast Interior re- Mc. Hanna said "I am running months, thus enabling more
/ Ion where some of the world's for this office through a sincere than 20 students to further their
argent rattle stations are located. desire to be a public servant education.
Filmed against. backdrop of the people of Gadaden Couny. I college"Bconomy-wtae (1) I began a
QQj gg of the Billy Graham Australian If elected I promise that program of microfilming all

Crusades, "Shadow of here will be only one salary public records to conserve!
the Boomerang" seeks to underline Mid by the people of this county space and to preserve the records
the Godly reaction to to a member' of the Hann from dlawter and destru

luman conflicts. Spokesman Family and I will maintain I lion: ((2) In 1958, adopted the
for the Christian position is Mr. courteous and friendly atmosphere -Official Records and
SERIESTRANSPLANTERS Graham, seen In dramatic Crusade in the office at all Umes"i thereby have saved system the taxpayers Q:: What's so surprising about Oldsmobile's )letstar 88 ?
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footage photographed at -- $2aoO annually In book.
lit site of the Evangelist's record photo paper and shelving
-breaking crowds Melbourne C. H. Coulter I
at equipment; (3) I have paid to
and Sydney the Board of County Commissioners

( ...braid r... more than 140,000 In
( Put Om >>>
LUCIA Saturday (April 4)
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excess earnings during my tenure -
This Is a true story of s standing accomplishments I In thus helping to reduce -t
recreated on the screen exactly -: Future Farmers of America activities taxes for the citizens of Gad
as It happened. Lucia waa I : Clark Fletcher Ed- den County; ((4)) Audit report
made In Its entirety In Buenostires ward Spanner Andy Bletenhol. by the State have been consistently
1 as a result or the Graham I IWton Parrlah, John Ward, good.

1 Crusade In Argentine. The I Jack Fletcher, Steve Stoula "If permitted to continue
film In full color shows the mire, Vlck Adams, Jack Langley serving In this most Important
Impact of Its intimate and Utterly Will Maxwell C r... Owen- office I believe my knowledge

honest treatment of anIndlvldual's by, Jr., Ronnie Macon, Sandy and experience will be a valuable -
emptiness and frustration 1 /anLandlnghatn and William asset In carrying out the
apart from the fillingof Coley. Miss Glenda Fletcher duties of the office with dlgn
the "God-ehaped vacuum", received a check In a like ty and dlapatch.
III with which all mankind la born. Baur In
amount for her accomplish was born Gadsde
With this newest of the
Billy ntents In the Future homemaker County, He graduated from
Graham films, "LUCIA" enten of America. Gadsden County High School In

Into the are of domestic Miss Kiln Lafflttr, DOW retired 1934, and later completed a
discord and the
romantic triangle but for 28 years Gad. course In accounting. He Is a
and what the
Bible has den County Home Demonstra member of the First Baptist
.o say In resolving the emotional lion Agent, received a silver Church of Quincy and the Gada
problems that are the hallmark tray In recognition of her many den County Chamber of Commerce -
of 20th Century living years of distinguished community past president of the
As long ,
live
as you avow willnever service. Edward Fletcher State Association of Court ,
forget "LUCIA.
nude the presentation. He also Clerks of Florida past president -
In
preparation for the ,.
to prevented tokens of apprecla of the Cadaden County
ing film revival cottage prayer Jon on behalf of the Charles Tuberculosis and Health Association

meetings the week will In be various held throughout homes- Henry Dupont Foundation to and he served u chairman A. Its m.! .Iower than 30 models with low-pnce names! !

of the members of Santa David Burns, Nixon Cox Bernard of the American Nation
Church Clars Clark Tom U Maxwell Don Red Cross In 19.16. He and his

Elaenhart. A. C. Fletcher. Richard wife, Douglas, have two --.
Gardner and C. L. Owenby.C. Edwin ".....", Jr., s student It Its size" a big-car 113 inch wheelbase!

ID 3 BIG EXCLUSIVE FEATURES Accident D. Johnson and John Russell' Emory-at-Oxtord. and Chart. i
ho were unable to attend, also a Junior la the Quincy high
were recocnlied for their dis- School Its performance..zestier 330cuin. Jetfire Rocket Y-8! !

tl.atl.aed ,... Pap e..1 .................................._
POWELL PUNT POWELL ADJUSTABLE pQWELL a.fTlRARITI: : uuuuuuuuu:1
I PICK-UP THAT PACKER WHEELS WATER SYSTEM She> received bruises on her :

'"'. t"vhr fe..n I ad. t.wl.dl..1.Il trdnM.rise a... sect shoulder and leg. The blockcame : MERRILL'SBe I Snsatiwal performance for crajdjy raw tmiam. \ !
=,:. M\b. seer. h:,.sea.tie.w.w MM Mane ..L,. .,w M t to real In the floor of the I:
it.isse. --.I' .".",rro. _,S\)u/t. ..rrel t::- .......,. 01 ear. j jHaynes I<
114M lei N.r M o tea.' '
: pi" e. d..W ( Wf = Thompson, also 01'
ii'r.O a
edfra I
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nlrt.rly
lygr..e_ Quincy was directly behind the! for
Blrtenhola automobile In his I Ready Springand .
IMlFord. He stated that threatof
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the blocks bounced eorapletely -1': maim amain
CHOOSE FROM I m J) MODELS over the front car and ?: .. ,
truck his front bumper grill!

and hood doing an estimated 1 An Early Easier

(IVAILABtE IN lifT AND PULL TYPES SJ3S not Injured.damage Thompson was, -.a minuses aTOSBB MM ells.*., .alaslrlae m en.ls .awn,mm m snyai s\nta)mm m.t*-... :

WH OR WITHOUT FERTILIZER EQUIPMENTWOODBERRY ./.t 1 John Oliver Wright, of Quln-i IN A NEW SPRING *

I ry, driver of the truck which .Is1'
I owned by Oakland Concrete, Suit Dress or Sportswearfrom

Products Company was el+arg.'
ed by Safety Ofrkr Cecil Ellis FRYER SMITH MOTOR CO. j

with endangering public safety I is
COMPANY by not securing Ute load of concrete -: ..1\: East JtlUrson Street QUINCY. FLORIDA
blocks. Me was fined $33

BAINBRIDGE. GEORGIA In Damages City Court to Monday the birlenhols 1!i MERRILL'SI ::1 --toots* rot 4 eoo ws CAlf WOK KM TM --vMWMAim- AT roue MM Maitiit- _*

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COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA, THTRSDAY. MARE H 10, 1884 PAC: rlrI'IEN




,ily Day Is (Jl PiH Yi NEW CONCEPT IN FARMING SHAKESPEARE,

ermed Success I[ I It'

11( tltf: r SOUL OF

Uly Day I highlight of the .. .. ..
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deer' tll AN AGECwvctevgAet.
1(4 Enter Seal Campaign I :; rw -.or"": '" i1".f' "

,t termed I hug success Sat- 1y SILL ,. '
day In downtown Quincy '1".)"" "" '''''' '' 'I ':
volunteers head- Not far from the south river

I The by Mill your Miry Martha M.. bank In Jacksonville Is I hug .. 1L h'ttf .
,
and Min Pam Cogflnt eared spreading oak tree called the N .J t v.E61WANWII
basket of lilies and wort "Treaty Oak" which long ago 5 A
nlorful arm bands ind chest protected settler from the sun ,atot Wig[s T at'

bbons They collected I total I I'll wager the Injun got a w to as Twaa eswirsati
,f $37.51 which will be used lot of shady deal from white vcrppeae.
.t crippled children In the [men under that old oak. 1'y Of TN[ Av[. .."
tae Now, sine Duval county has r

The Easter Seal Campaign a modern courthouse and Jacksonville Yes r

i progressing nicely said E a new 19 story city hall ssuane. Thus 1)10) BFNbMON
Ulcolm, Colllna, Gadaden Coun- no more shady deal sue pulledoff. a wAecTLpsAlu.
\' chairman. "We should eta Under the old oak, that !a. TeoI! aieAo I.CIK
over the $1,500 goal" Now ther*'* a move underway .- .
iy go
H* stated that contributionups to cut the old oak down A No IMMOIIrAl.. PII'"Nt pLAtaaasIISsIbItbTl1 "

and Easter Seal Stickers saw It up and cure I lot of nrvousnes GUNO IWoUNr 01' .

ad been distributed through- *. .. .'" f.Galt so? .
,ut the county. TV noticed From office la both the y Mao aeCf MPMek Tp( ,we

hat the cups are beginning to courthouse and city ball officials 1 l4't t w1N1e. t -vw 7r4 ITUIlAl..nr", c rug AN AI ...
could the old oak
H, up, h* added. see 1 A'"
Mr. Collins also stated that with its spreading limb lArarausr .ik: '

'i* Junior Woman's Club 01llattahooch. If they had thought that ... '\ """"ICAU TO MANl/IIIq .\

.* Is using the Easr worried them they concealedem ....-.-. .:: I
Seal Campaign as on of 1U pretty well. Until, that Is, i: Tu.aInae
... be akVt
,rejects for the year.Luncheon unfriendly citizen were seen OWNERS or MEDIUM AND LARGE sized farms will ICAUS VAIN SIARCH POI ARTHRITIS CUKI-rrod Waknykof (
st I window outside the may a<*ulra I Bret *f versatile rir-praprllpd harvesting "alpm.n'Ind Bayonne,N J, tolls a Senate aubcommltte In Washington + "
or's office looking acres the sUy within a reasonable budget. This la pMslbln through i I that be "tried Just about every quack devtr when b* was .::. .IN/Jft. .
which
Krmlt
For river toward the oak and wh1apt'.na. new eeneept ot fanning called diversity the Unl-System of crop at,a minimum cap hit by arthritis. Now crippled by the disease, be was Included .---
farmers to harvest a greater "I..tI'ItlAI'
I ItaJ Investment Th Vnl-Sratom eonilst el a baal power sail among arthritis sultertn who spend an estimated $250 million
Miss Curry A couple! of officials approached Interchangeable harvesting Implements seek *a a oem picker'. a year on worthies "", edl.. Also at hearing was Dr. Jobs r;;
and commented about ptcker-shtlltT or the combine harvesting ssybeans shown abate. Calabra (left),of Scion Hall aDd Jersey City Medical Center. :
the view of the old oak. One farm equipment dlvUI.it, h mar. -
Miss Sara May Love Mrs. w. New Idea Aveo Corporation's .
M. Robinson Jr, Mn. Lloyd of the citizens commented he suing the lnl-Srstm through Its desltrt Uila year In time fer ....
could.* It from his new officeIn
Massey, Mrs. T. W, Griffin Mrs Del harvesting
the Lynch building. -- I
J, C. Hlnson Mrs. M. B. Bates, IN ooNjuencm wirtmt 4 xm) ANNivgtMry OSMO
That WM enough. Less than
I *NC acf IXIBirrHCVWIUUtMMMIUOli
jr., Mrs. Buryl Hlgdon and Mrs half a mile from the city hall NACa J ClAWiNii| 'Caw w > t jHl'By gs g
T. R. Smith entertained with a to the old oak. And between a WEATHERWOESb/ tract c e t Aso'otr bleak MisJ. oeM n G Tv.Isp&ik J
bridesmaids luncheon Monday Lynch building Color Me Easter

it the Quincy Woman's Club So the .suggestive old oak b
for Miss Margaret Lawson Curry bound to com down. Those --er.r wth. 'Y .
whose marriage to Alexander sturdy limbs are not the kind
Johnson will be an event of politician have desire S
any togo b YOUR
tomorrow night. Highlighting out on.IT'S I HEALTLj
the mantel were twin arrangements s. ,
r''
of ataleaa red bud flowering ,

apple In crystal blossoms compotes and hyacinths UP TO YOU et4lt > LXTO I* COLCMAM. <

On the circular table from
thlch fruit Juice was served *y Hunting Is Strenuous

was placed a bride doll and,I Howard E. ".....,.,LUD. $
f 31WC
magnolloflora camellias. The ( C)<
'" ( NEAR attaeki duringth* drag a 100-pound task cf BBIH
table was covered by I pinkdamask 4 1 DEAD dear hunting aessosi were found for It period at UlrellI\1DatMo ,
cloth wrttrart '',
) i BOUT two year ago a 1A to be three time mnre freqnant Now th* tatrocanttafTt
The table from which the food r
was served buffet featured ** gulsbd Presidential 41'11"1 ::"..I> -', than acoldanlal death from showed daftnlto BbaomallUa*

t\\11 bridesmaids dolls In a swing mission submitted Its .........--. gunshot wound These statistics that IndloaUd ttraai at) The
suspended from the chandelier datlons for *llm> ,.. ..... ;:, .. to' Induced physician t* InvasuVat heart.

A 'garland of greenery Inter necessary mating jobs Da. :: ( the reasons for this .... tt sec aonehiM from these

spersed with camellias was on In rsllrosdlng. t' rre usual finding. ftadbur that deer hunting
\h. table. Place cards were Railway roan Des Arthur C. Kerkhot and should Mt b* aumsfly under '

decorated with wedding bells,) agiment accepted ". "" > Dr. Chartea P.I lake by aalddl-g4 moa wbe
lilies of the valley and ribbon. It bit tkunion \ i Koran of ar* cat of anndnn, and oar
Hostesses give the honoree I rejected It. .. :t\ .. Cardlaa WerkEvaluation temly tail activity should hot
sheets and pillow cases ss s and the late :....--.. : Unit
memento of this delightful par. President K.nnsdy Your thoughtfulness will b* especially appreciated when youg1ve *"/t'* no tut", MM tht DM to McBtttk, of th* Mtan have be uaderUkoa colld by those blood was
heart
lyThe refused to of e gift *t band-decorated eggs Start by dyeing the eggs with I "To to cytilgM that't vrafc I ota Heart A* van a or
bride elect gave her attendants Implement the convenient eg dyeing kit. up your Dilation designed vessel. dB saaa
gifts this findings of his Good tliton't no goad hordes afuch
on occasionHer The custom of coloring egg way to color the eggs Is toss.goes a III1teor Mtraordlaary
sister Miss Jan Curry, owncommisslon.Thereepes. aVb _.M.er back many year before an erg dyeing kit. One of the U your titu pott tht hood tosto Uat s.*rgy-aoBMmli ; activity
vat presented I sterling silver Christianity. Thsy were colored popular ones contains six cei* I and It* err... OB their phyaKalondlttom
lighter which was Initialed and Secretary ot formula red and richanged as tokens of tided food colors,an egg dipper It blocked bf wipers that stre.U"PUtVINT measured tae taut k* give a**.
Mrs. Cantey Hlgdun i pincushion Labor Wins, suggested t Ilk good will during the spring a wan pencil decals, and west Dr. Onlmua amount of sae idertloD vy antera
with sterling bat' with which management festival ern cutouts for the children, THOSI WIATHIR WOIS orgy used la e .
wedding date Initialed on It. wise accept** but the nloM rejected Today rally colored\ erg are The colored eggs can :bau Tilt Highway Visibility Uuroau says: D*sure your wlwUhUM dear huntinf. They felt thai INACTIVITY NOT wOOO OTKU"N

Among the 40 guests were tb Besatty ot a shared with family and friends tlfully decorated with I xpcnaa > wiper blade ar* fruit and do not streak. Replace or refill deer busting wa a atreaaousaxMCIs ana ta oertain U "I1I1a'
mothers of the engaged couple Faced with President part of the Easter tradition SIT* materials; glitter, sequins streaking dead bladea promptly with good live rubber, Blade that placed a heavy
Mrs. J. M. showdowa former Th be beautiful ren ribbon, rick rsck and Imitationtorpleces .teals WIll prevent aardtova
Griffin and Mrs eggs can burden on the heart of middfe
Sidney Johnson Kennedy retreated Into Mothertimewesting and they make lovely ftow.ra.r* but a few of the go dead from oipoaur to run wind,smog and road Dint. Keepyour eater part and blood Vasldlsaasa >
Mrs. Fount May grandmother Mrs. W. E., study by the Inter gift for a shut-in or that .pe. things you tan us*. Best of all side windows dean,also your head and tail llghla. Keep aged and elderly hunter. but tt I* aartata that
slate Commerce Commission. keep "tnaiuri" box of odd plenty of water in windshield waiher with anti Irtet The stress** wr found taho
Woodward, Tallahassee Mrs. cial friend. a your liCIt)""" *** ar lastness dootataeJa
Pat Woodward and Finally Congress authorised *B Start with clean white I eggs, earrings, beads tare or iny aolutioa In winUr. Make sure your drtrusler to working. particularly treat hi those ,*
Mrs. Calvin arbitration board to solve tII.ellmcuIU. Bring. to a boil, then simmer thing st all thai I is dainty end You must M danger to avoid it Clear vision I* prioslsi who did not regularly anrela!
Curry Gainesville and Mrs .*. Meanwhile the railroads gently for twenty minutes In pretty, when driving ar did not keep phyatoauy fit' At MVal Ws) *hHCOa
linnl Melvin of Parkton N. sustained continuing loss water enough to cover. Imm. Th. maker of Rlt Eatsdiably to endure the rigor at hawttafBaowa of Ajnertoa1* ira|
C,.aunt of the groom to be. million a year tor that
of about 'SOl plunge into cold water Egg Dyes assure us egg ardsokoftsU' Dr, trvin It.
!
unnecessary featherbedding that When cool drain and air dry. may b* safely' kept at room .aniseThese I
brims many of them nearer and Handle eggs as little as Bosslhl temperatur for up to three doctor stated, Tt k Pag*, af th* aevelaad CUnlo.
nearer bankruptcy.This since the oils In your skin make days before utln t. After known that aotlvltles Involved made Ibis ImporUnt atotonant
iPerjona/ board finally decided that them mora resistant to dyes they've served their decorative ta deer hunting often demand at a resent medical laeotlnf.
flremea are not needed on dleeel Infinite variety In the trim. purpose, they should be refrlg levels l of Dr.Page, a mated fbloaoehar
locomotive and that some 40,000 mlng Is the secret of a success orated and then they may lit high argy arpaadl II wH a* .ardloiogtst INK
Bremen should not be replaced, iul coloring....iOL The saaisst kept up to ton days lure. Thaw easy k.4* orsjuadrapl gtvaa paBsal and .....te allover
i Raymond Leslie Tuesday rA tile *rdtaary hasty
. apent sine death retirement and r-
tk* wwM tile besot af
In Madison and live Oaken nations IB order to take otherlobs af energy axpsodltiir to whlak
his wisdom ta tile ofkaartauMa
business reduce their numbers This I II. the Individual I* subjected dug prtmtton
Mrs H. L. Pcnnlngton has a very mild and human way r tog the rest of the year." \ **.
returned horn from a visit inPnsacola of handling the problem and JH4itk in a research project ta dolermln Dr. Page bhmtly and wisely
with her son In law would not displace any worker.Nevertb.lses the physical demand elated, "Mora woman ahould
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. JE the anions refusedto try Buraortlnc thameolv*. law
af dear bunting they subjected
Steward. Her grand daughter accept It and are expected to ,dead if fcavUif R ta _lit.
a of IT Wen, al tv** *
Susan Steward resort to very legal manaavsr WASHINGTONMARCH group g
accompaniedher 4PR.IIDHT .More .MM mould haw a roar
and is visiting at the home to defeat or poitpon It. .._ 40, to arduous toiU. AB the view. mirror on their mMUtlv
of.her aunt and husband Dr. The arbitration award said andldate studied had a. ....*. Aa ooaaatonal look Into
and Mrs. H..R. Reddick. nothing about the alas *t .traincraws OF EVENTS known evidence of any Mart t wound mow them what Mam
In other respects, nor Y 41**aa*
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Anderson
about the Iniquitous and wsstehi PRESIDENT JOHNSON STRONG OPPOSITION latIi thasa phyttoally.' w*
have as guests his sister and I Pat T. Teats bseeme ... .*
prattle of fsthrbddtng | TO OVIITIMI UUU save ,
family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred RUNS INTO A SNAG
Mellus and Steve and Allen of The writer ride la and oat of The aubjacto WIn made .. 2'a- ciwusse IN 4Hf,..,,
Jackson, WIs. and his aunt Mrs. New York on a abort fonr-ooaeb By ITENKT: CATIICAKT Korols* at high and low terav .Ie .*.... your leer. *bNfIsattk
Ruth Johnson of Mantlstlque commuter Irate which carries Central fntt ".."'nl" WrUlfWASHINGTONJ'OI' ,.,.tur..They walked through tara"l* a lotto "" >.
)llel\. two conductors. OB. sell wily the Urn being, at least President Ly.. .m ilt gravel terrata Sad ilaadatf /pow*M end NINA

Mrs Ernest Youngblood of take the ticket ot the some lost th. adroltn*** that has enabled him limbed (rada* to a belght af Id ft* aesw/itl sea tiomutta

Winter Garden and Mrs Harry nuters.Not long ago w* ompteteft a to be all thing to all people during his brief months la the White AND NUMM TWO MAN-I'twidetlt Ljradosi B. about eight feet During both aisOfflao-**'rf4 Wf art

1. Owens of Savannah Ga, are EOt mile raijway Journey la a House Johnson rldM from the Capitol la Washington with BpMkar of af these toots, then were Mfenporteat ......) r* deities *vrr kr*
visiting their brother and slater little more this I hours. Three The President has bumped snack Into the determined opposition tile HouM John W. McCormack, nest In line sumoaskw ... changes ta tile .Uaocardlograph. *- less' todHilisel .....*| *r.*. I

In I.w. Mr and Mrs. Hilton rail teals crew were each paida ot the business community and apparently, the opposiUoa the Presldenry. Nclthw the White liaise sot MeCormarh | .)sew ibua \II leatbd W tr.w

(;. McElvey. full '.''* wage to lot that I of a auwabl bio ot Republican and Democrats In Coagres a* ..Ise would dsxtna n sun of sa.nesowseed visit by MMMMV That tack nisi wu mad* to iw* ........ JT. Mew tM heels

boor ot work don. This oat seeking; legislation to Increase overtlm wet JIll lrtsYures llndbsta Ial '
In The Navy tk. railroad three time a* pack fates to doublevtlm. ..AI

Carlton M. Renfro* of Rt. 2, as might' b* considered Good fair proposal I* a pet of many segments of
reasonable
Box 192, Quincy enlisted In normal wage are and desirable, but pa,. d labor. It stems from their _tan. Auto Engines Take to the Water
the U. S. March 24 and manufacturer* notably
Navy neat for work sot doa I* aa- that same Urge
Is now stationed at Great Lakes, Americas, aneeonoml. aid .* automobile Industry, habitually pay tljne- I
IlL less the practice Is stopped will JTwell..-IIalf for overUm. to their present em. -T
M* U the son of Mr. and Mrs. continue to be a heavy drag oa .. becauee, considering fringe benefit and I
C. M. Renfro of Quincy. Carl- our economy, possibly to the \ costs, It I* etuwper to do this
ton has a sister, Maxine L. : point of ...tro'IDIII. to hire additional kelp 'rr !
aV r
Renfroe who is In the the U. S.
Army. ...r4 XtntMr1 CeaamlerieS, Auto Worker chuf Walter lUuther
...Fee yea .....T. other .labor anion official charge thai
I. unto labor atW.Mse .
Th ancestor of the swamp praotlo keep employed
buggies a mWmum.Tby want to use U* boublK *
seen racing twice yearly I ge.eha ,,__ LI-
at Naples, Ha, was the chassis use paymesn le lore*a spread wont among
of i Model T. Ford In order Bt1TCIIEM r.f nULl: WIGS Doubt -ftau per thousand of presently unemployed link* \

to get traction In tinwsrapa Sydney, Australia House- 4* ,.... members They coatend that the high level dwtamploysant
two set of tires wen |wives mobbed a butcher store hi some Industrie, due to auto

iud on each wheeLREADY when the two butchers decided autioa job loss.*, abould make employers want to spread work

to wear Scathe wigs. rather thaa to concentrate tt.Emptoyers s-l
I 1 The experiment was a success th.uaual oa the other hand, claim that 1011_'* proposal

MIX to the tune of $MO dsy.over play right Into tile hand of wiles leaders who are Boot COB.eenwd .
business for a ,
One of the butchers added they charge, with bicreajans the aumbers oa their due*

Yon-v* got to be rar9f\ll toll pI'Inr.p1. Tb employers look upon the proposed the band toglateUoaa ., the r..... ak. Stan I*. SI
CONCRETECONCRETE the hair from your eyes *. tnterfereac by government to atrengthea
pod wbID you swing the chopper.U.S. ....... and ttt atnnrtae. U* noUUcal aDoeat .-, the JohnsunadmialatraUoa. THE: VICTOM


TIBK MANUJVIBS Johasoa aaa.avtdly wooed basins ever SUM k* assumed] the llarrtaf Vlaoaat Mwarda

Navy official decided not to Breatdamey. A tnaadly bual *s* oommuuty I* .osasaUal part tease -Kees
poatpoo th* 6th Fleet msnWtn of M* r-UeUoa strategy. But tine aupport ., labor .. ala
with Turkey regardUs.of
.ManualWhether
the touchy Cyprua IilllaUolLdecUloll Schema ........ for enactment ., not b* earn ..... Mar. f|

BLOCK Tb avoid heightening to go ahead the crUusaUaospher wasto doomed to feo the favor of on of zee tactloa Lad tile betting ",1 DouroUTVI&
bualins tor haloes
*. around Washlngtoa I* that. bell a aacrlftea aMORE THE VICTORSAh.
said It was
soum
Informed r
*. alto felt that Joint maneuvers C THE: MEBBUft-Tb addlUoa. recently revealed her. Mali DM-.QuaMuUwr ....
would enable the tth fleet to ., Defense Baeretary Robert Mclfamara'a Bam to tilt Bat ., ',...111. sad bee am, f I

Oakland Concrete I ktp. etoae watch on thai aiUsation Dseaocratl vie araatdeaUal aotoatlals stU well, ta fad ta atv King CwMtantlM, follow the TWICE TOLD '
1'1 without InfUmiix It.II couraxad by tale areaant poUUcal XrsUgy of tk* White Houas.Johaaoa' aatfy tt Ih* UM King Paul 1
Products Company aid have best ...., karpuig *U** the UkaUhoad .f Grvao M the M.v.otIIaII TALES

II A aw "atop and go* chain of the caadUaer fit say BMaHier .f people wile have hew BMB Chute ks Athm BAM. the .. '
a4MJUa T Prfc
ttorrto
Apes Boaflck see
., hardware store baaeel ta ()r. u.u4 preealstssuiy. Joaaooa ....., wU ama at those cave Queen Mother I* Prteaac to. Cnat

Job Seas.rkeae Undo I* spreading over Uw aide haw bees busily building ay ay lamaad a lengttaaiagHst pal*. Tbwaaad of amoMIM4 Btorrtag A5dc.1 Carj le.ts..
1
1-** (South and bat. Tb Maady. ot M Wing both accepuht to I.... sad wetoosMIf a* at tile church t. pay
petsse
ran drtv-ta stores feature h ... M elate
age a* belly Isy
A-In- designs IluU4t... they ear to try to )oia at* ticketAttu
OIL Makert r. Xcaaedy and Pas Corps W largest .sua, ..**. ,.... ....
"--- hrlvor have both naertaatod the b ldeap" by ..... U. 11. ... U

I: Jean m Seat*. Cog: *** MoCkrtty sad Hubert ..n>sf The '1, -.--- --

TIMBER. H. Huaiparey ar* asaattnaed before apteulaUM rr rTTTI KM devised a aeavnl..s ktt Oat taa CHAVADE
gas very far. A aambw *f araauaeat Caaura A California cwnaaaf aed .*. ... .. pwwwlug Uwtr enfl Word, of thlf siea .
Harvest Your Wisely ems tovariably sea throw tate tk spas"leJdlip" save boaur $IL MI oafs.* ...
Ut Ui Help You Timber I De With Ibis 14, beet owsma (an caangMt their auto A good Wa* that ta
Before You ninth pot. paadial grtaMv Messgse.liar etes THE HILL
Contact U. SjjU twos IsaA-pert M oe.pmi. =
... attract! to the pelttkaJlyttuaed
a* *
WIIa&-1I. tile r>*a WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES. eaptul W th* MrUMty that ,..... ill met Ut his for their Manse buaML CaglM W...U..rietr,.."... tW ills fof Ira*' aaam.ley lade bat S's when? !. iii DRIVE-IN

kotco W kaowB -.IIII has f......, renlvod tae CoaMcraU* llcally say make, year or model as*. ...110I' Florida Forest Products Inc. I elates 1M resaat aiarta. eitgis). win k* a.pe..vfei :w- ils.vet. : WILL OPEN
arUatlal oaUaaOoa.So. ... n- esarpsry d :::: e
8364434I for u a.c mew, the ..-w- wO gsatksas a4taooat su*saw manse Mtgia* n.hwliaai.iif tens=*Wslh* ape a arfal.BM 'gy'p.... iem4e ..w MARCH 21THJpwall

CaB James L Stewart. Quincy ta tateasrty. ......., the party's barge SB U aatiMalyoUght U Ik et* atM sweet hi help Bwrkaafcaliy' most geed aiiUaMOil svga*M jot Enjoy A Mori
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or tall or writ ..... tile tact Ikat tk* caaveaue is a rut lid dried e Jew I aMim.rtfairtmial Or i* aa Mae ta Meal auna ago ship a* at. >rra-eJ In ReGJ ComJorllCADSDE.
with lea glazer a4 asepses UUa aoy party tsarisvola
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Arnette Chapel 'Growth' Meet Women's Day Last Rites Held Choir Union Set r


Church NewsService At C-P HighOn At MacedoniaThe For Elton Smith At St. James

at Arnetl Ohap l A. Tuesday March 1, 1864, Women'* of Macedonia Service for Mr. Elton Smith Services at St James A. M.
)1.& Church, commence, 9.30: the Professional. Growth Com Missionary Baptist Church will wa conducted from Mt Zion E. Church "begins, 11:45: am
a.m. with Sunday School. Superintendent miU e of Carter Parramor stage their annual program, Primitive Baptist Church Sunday with Sunday School, Powell E.
*, Bye Alexander presented the Department of Sunday with service at 11 a. I p.m. He died following Woodberry in charge Teachersand a
and Joseph Long Sir. In Guidance in a duKiuaion of m. and > p.m. an extended illness at the Gads- pupil are asked to reporton
charge All teacher and! pupils Records and Articulation." The chairman of the program den County Hospital. A nativeof time.

are asked to report to their Mr. E. L. Sheppard I memberof committee, Mr*. Earlean Barber Gadsden County, he wa Rev. Earl Murry, youthful
reitnectiv position. the Guidance Department and the committee 1 II looking reared In the St. Hebron Com minister from Chattahoocheewill
the morning worship service and Professional Growth Chairman forward to history making munity. The deceased attended be the speaker at the 11 a.
will commnce at 11 am. The served as coordinator of affair. the elementary school of the m. service.

Rev. A. Hunter will bring the the program. The speaker for the mornIng county. The musical program of Quincy
cases rah Junior choir, and Devotional cxerciaea were program la, Mr*. Ella* S Rev. Natfoel Washington, Choir Union One will beheld
usher 2 will serve throughout given with several member of Moore.: She is a member of local minister wa* in charge of according to pre
(the day. the faculty participating Name. Arnette Chapel A.ME Church service. Following the processional ntlol''e senior choir, Sam
The Senior Missionary Societywill lyt Mr. N. White Mia D. Andrews where she serve on several the usual services were Love Sr. The public i* extended
be Mrs Mr. L S. Smith and Mr. auxiliries. Th i
entertained by speaker a held, including a short pro an Invitation
.
Florence Brown, at home, 4 p. Sheppard.Mr.. Garland Blair member of the faculty Steven gram, prior to the eulogy Thursday evening, 'm. .
Hi. Sunday. auperviaorof Elementary aohool. tier civic The survivors Mrs. Lotta will
are; weekly I prayer meeting be
President, Joseph Long, Jr., introduced Guidance the Gad den County, activities! Include sectional Ma Smith Chattahoochee, wife held immediately afterward a w'r:
urge all to attend A. Orville speaker, Dr. worker. United Fund Drive and Miss Linda Smith, Miss Ella special healing service will beheld

C.E. League,.m6a'm: Sunday State Department Schmeding 01 Education Florida, past president of the Iris Garden Mae Smith Miss Evelyn Smith by Rev. 0. M. Bridge.
Evening IIC1'V'Ic. will begin who Circle. daughters. Mr*. Sadie Johnson, Stewardess board 4 will b.
6,30 p.m. Sunday School "Education spoke to the of faculty on the Mrs Moor board meeU Monday, 8:30 p. Children Dr. Exceptional Florida A and M University ,Robert Will and Fred Smith Friday evening, 7:30: p.m.
m, Office board Tuesday, 7 p. brought to theacuity Schmeding She will be the spesksr for the I brother.. I Mrs. Alice M. Jackson and
m. Junior choir rehearsal, Wednesday information from recent pertinent research morning service, commencingat I Interment wo held In the St.: Wit. Annell Ep,. were visitors
c 7.30: p.m. Senior Choir which had been don on 11 a.m. lebron cemetery. Simms and last Sunday morning.
The afternoon 1 I. Mn
rehearsal, huMaYjfJ p.m. the evaluation of the speaker Jackson Funeral Horn in'
'Rev. and will except-, Ruby G. Francis. The speaker charge. I .
1 local
(under-achiever and gifted I. native of the and i
attend! the State meeting in a county Saint Joseph
) child. He also pointed out
baa been
Orlando March 2425. instrumental In
that child should be evaluated s ,
i a several Musical Planned
religious, civic and educational t
according to the progress he accomplishment She Church NotesSunday
Conv'tionNow II i making in to hi
Baptist relationship *
ability. ta a member of Arnette Chap.1A.M.E. At St. James > vb
Church where the School I Ie held every i Y
There
In Session were many question* serve a* Sunday school teaohr Sunday 10 m. followed by
raised at the end of Dr. Schmeding' st. Jeme A.M.E:, Church will a
a member of the official morning service at 11 a.m. Bible
presentation with reference b. the scene of the musicalirogram
The sixty-third Annual Fla- to method of evaluating ward and urves on several of Quincy Choir Union Class is held every Monday

Georgia Primitive Baptist Stale exceptional children.It auxiliries. One, President Emory J. night, 7:30 pm. ro
Convention I I. meeting in Daytona The speaker is a member ofthe The Youth program la held
I I Ia felt that information Croom Inform us that the
J Beach thin week. Approximately Imparted to the audience by Dr. faculty School Carter-Parramore business session held on Tuesday everv Tuesday night, 7.30: p. I r h.r .
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5,000 del K tea are expected Schmeding was quite interesting High i served a* past evening we very successful m. Children i a* well a* adult I- '
to attend the five day and informative president' of the Iris Garden and that' full report were i that are interested: the Easter --
_10'11. "The Church Meeta The The meeing closed with announcement Circle, and li a frdernlal member made by president I Its I* anticipated program are to meet POUCI TRAP THRU M HdDUf-A waiting policeman right (top), two of the bandit are covered after
ci World Needa" I I. the theme of being< made by the she also! U a member of the that all choirs will be Tuesday night (top, left) fire at four bandits, dressed a* they were shot Trooper G.T. UacCillivray\ (bottom
o the convention. Headquarter Assistant Principal, Mr. Robert Tau Zeta Chapter Zeta Phi represented at Sunday meet Business meeting for auxilari priests, who robbed the Roman Catholic mission ) examine bullet hole In the getaway ear.
S for the meeting the New Bryant and remark being givenby Beta Soririty. The In\JtIalmce i< head and member will be post office at MaryknoU, K.T. One of<< the bandit Authorities bed been watching the post office
J Zion Church Rev E. A. Whit- the Supervising Principal, at 11 ..m. will open with the ing.Sam Love Sr. president of held Thursday night 7:80 p.m. escaped, but the other three were wounded and since they were tipped off shortly after Christmas
8 bar pastor taut year at the Mr Verdell Hamilton. Union Chapel choir furnishing St. James senior, choir Choir practice i le held every an estimated $40,000 in loot ws* recovered. At that I stickup group was planning the robbery.
J State Convention held In Miami music Mrs Supers Reid will reportathat Wednesday night 7:30 p.m.
d the body agreed to accept the line the hymn, Mrs Betty Paul every effort I Ia being made The Missionaries Annual
,l six plan program offered by the Choir Union 4 will offer prayer. Scripture will for the. reception of the visiting meeting will be held at St. YOUTH MUST KNOW:
president The plan Includes; be read by Mrs Candaisy Lain- choir and visitor( Joseph Saturday March 28. AU

youth camp, retirement, housing Holds MeetingChoir er. The Missionary offering The public I* invited to comean member art urged to attend
rent home super market, reading, Mrs. Sadie Stephens. enjoy new and old gospel Union Branch Missionary Baptist Education Costs
and banking. The convention Union No. 4 convened Announcements Mn. Isla Smith tnorltee.Usher. Church choir pastor and College
contributed $1,000,000 to Ch retirement at SU Mary C. M, E. Church the occassion. Mn. Mary A. congregation will worship at
fund.Delegatee Sunday March 15, 11164 with Smith. Introduction, Mrs Martha Union St. Joseph, Sunday.
from the Immediate Chaplin Shoemaker and President Retail Presentation Mn. '
area are la attendance.The K. Porter presiding with WIIUe R. Williams Invitation to Expected to Double by 70New
all choir present The song service oinen[ Rev. Ellen Walker, Has MeetingThe J[aron 'Duddley
were enjoyed by those att ffertoryt Mrs Iris Sneak,

man who lone t bundled ending. The total amount collected Mr. Dorithy Jones, Mrs. Florence City Wide Ushers Union 'Goes To Korea York- (HK) College costs are at an all-time high today but more studentsand
dollar In a game of was $23188. Our next Caldwell Mr*. Eddie L. .
commenced it Elizabeth MI -
able to finance these than
costs
parents are before.A .
<4< chance will squawk to high union meeting will be held .1.. lames, Mn EMI Woodberry ever
canary Baptist Church at S
heaven over a few dollar in St. Stephen Baptist Church Mr*. Lillian Robin n. Acknow- m. Sunday March 15, The meeting p. 7TH INFANTRY DIV., Korea recent study of source materials by the Savings Banks Association of New York

I taxei: _._ _. Ore tn.. Rev Mann Paetor. edg men4* of visitors,. Mn was opened by the chaplin. (AHTNC) Army Pvt. Jaron State shows that a college education Is certain to cost more In the future with experts
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4 ---- --- -- --- -- Marjorie Jackson. Scripture was read by Rsv R. Duddley, eon of Mn. Nellie predicting that by 1870 costs of tuition books, fees, room and board expenses will double ,

Pine Bloom Missionary Bsp- Ford and prayer by Deacon F. Duddley, Route S, Quincy Fla And they point out, these costs have Just about doubled since the end of World
tilt Church, Greensboro will Mot/on. was assigned to the 7th Infantry World XI.
1 furnish tile music for the. afternoon Division in Korea, Feb. 14.
program. Mr*. Amanda A few remark 'was given by Duddley, a reconnaissance A full: four-year college education at a private eastern college today costs about
line the president The program In Coo *7,200 to 'jiu.uuu ana ai a
Randolph will the opening scout Headquarter eaty ;
: committee presented a ..hortprOlrl'lm. Education predict, a college What Is significant, the exPorts -
hymn. Mrs. Guane Nealy will 2nd Battalion of the division's31st state from about
university education at school
Greeting waa made by a private note I* that paralleling
offer the prayer. Scripture, Mn Slater Agnes Bank. Solo, Irene Infantry' entered the Army $4,800 to 6400. will cost from 114,400 to f20,. the harp Increase In college
I Sarah McMlllon.I Mumonary offering Cox and Instrumental In June 1983 and completed 000. and at a state university cost 1* the equally sharp Increase -
I reading, Mn. Roberta P. Jacquelyn Williams Presentation solos basic combat training at. Fort By It70 the U.S. Office of from (9,600 to 12800. In college enrollment.
Stephen, announcement, MrsLucy Gordon, Ga. Tight budget seem to have little
N. Gillsn. Solo Mrs. Mary : : speaker by Brother Rob The 19-year-old soldier is a effect on the overall total
Anderson. The occasion, Mrs Rev. Ford delivered the 1962 graduate of CarterParramore college enrollment.The .
v W. M. Harrington. Introduction message "God III Willing andAble" High School. FLOOD OF FOREIGN STEEL biggest single source of
of speaker, Miss Betty Duet by L. C. Jackson college fund for the student I*
I Ponder. Presentation Mrs U R. and Mr. Farmer Total collection For HITS NEW HIGH IN '63 hli or his parent', saving.
Evans The speaker, Mrs. R. G. for the day was $511 011. Rites Held Thousands of families with col

Krsncin. Invitation to joiners, lege-bound children tart early

$100.00 JACKPOTAT Mrs Rev. Fannie EH n Walker.Cunningham Offetory Mrs., Hospital Report Franks Youth on gram.a systematic savings pro.

Another of
Clara Bailey Mn.Jackson.Roaa Rosier Acknowledgement "....1..1... More 10 t........ Graveside rife for Uttle funds U scholarship major source. Including
and Mrs. Jon B.
held
Clarence J. Frank was
governmental corporate and
Mirth K (Dates UcUilve)
Mrs Mildred Saturday, 9 ..m. March 14, in 1963 Record 5.5 private organization In the
Eula Ma
Maxw.ll. Bundy Quincy; the St. Paul cemetery Gretna. U.S. nearly a quarter of a million *
JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS The program committee, Mrs.R. Charlie Perry, Quincy Annie Little Clarence wa claimed by scholarships worth $66 mil.
/:. L Barber Mm. Ruth Brown' Doris Harrell Quincy; Hannah fire, when' his parent home wa lion are awarded annually to
Mrs Famti' Brown, and Mr. Moore, Quincy; Annie Lee Harris. completely destoryed, Friday qualified students.STATE .
Mary Cowsrt Quincy< ; Roosevelt Belford, 11-SO p.m., March IS SCHOLARSHIPS
An Invitation I Ie extended to Quincy; Udell Jackson Quincy; Clarence was survived by Ms
Many It.tea. through act of
the public Ruby Henderson Quincy; Le- mother Mr*. Thelma EaJ.... and 1962 4.1 their legislature, grant official
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Bodiaoa Havana
Sue
5 ; father. Simms-
BONUS WINNERS Jerome Franks state scholarships to worthy
Newton, Havana Emma Lee
; Horn U
ALMOST PERFECT Jackson Funeral high school student In NeW'York
Holler Havana Bobbie MaeRobinson
; State for example the.
charge.
REGISTER AT Detroit In order to creel Havana; Myrtle Jack Board of Regents awards each
II eo-eduoatlonal student body, son, Havana; Eva MM Richard- i The National Society for year more than II000 general,
JITNEY JUNGLEBE 'two young fellow are the only ion, Gretna; Edgar Walker, 'Crippled Children and Adults four-year scholarships, without
I' male student among 848 girls Chattahoochee; Cedric ,Walker, and Its affiliate have Invested regard to the recipient' race
In Mercy College Greensboro. (20( million\ in facilities and 1959 Prior Record 4,4 creed or planned curriculum
SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHEDBY Jerry Supp and Robert Wood. I COLORED BIRTHS service for the physically handicapped each with the annual worth of
said "things would be )unt perfect Dupree and Annie Don according to a report< MILLIONS OF NET TONS from $250 to $700, deM'ndlncon
6:30: P.M. SATURDAY I I If we had a baseball dia- Harrell ell-I. March It. Amos by the organization You can need.
nvnd a football field, and Lee and Will Jackson Twin help by contributing to the 1904 A recent and successful development
few more guys Boy March 14. Easter Seal Campaign. A record total of foreign A record tonnar of "5.000 in college education
mad steel St million net ton of wire rod. ported financing I* the student loan
ton entered the United In 1963. and hot 1 rolled through financial Institution.
A number of state have setup
State during 1BI3 This aurpaawd sheet Import n 800,000
the old record of 4.4 mil a guaranteed loan system,
t lion tons established In list ton, up sharply J4. ... the 1012 with low Interest rates to be
and wa* 25 per cent ahead of total of 174<<000 ton*. Galvanized paid along with the loan after
IS FOR the 41 million ton Imported In sheet totaled 300,000 tons. college graduation. In New York
1963 a* shown In this chart Japan retained Its position M State the Higher Education
i prepared by American Iron and the largest single source of steel Assistance Corporation created
Steel Institute. Import, accounting for about by the legislature and admlnli.
While imports were rising to one-third of the total. Other tered by leading citizens ha*
a new 11.1In 1863. U.s. exports major exporter to the U.S. underwritten loans mad by financial \.
P stayed at about 9 0 mil were Belgium Luxembourg Institution of the stateto
PRINTING lion ton*. the sun a* the previous Canada West Germany Franca more than 104.000 student
two year and the United Kingdom. sine It "began operation In
June 195S These loan have totaled
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RAVINGS nearly }BANKS 7S million.PLANo

PORTABLE TYPLWRITLRSi'more
Interest I* paid on the
money borrowed by the student
at home than in office'N.w while in college. After graduation
he then pay S per cent
I LETTERPRESSand term HK) _The portable typewriter mar become a* interest and has up to ilx years
leech el a household necessity In the home el tomorrow as the to repay the loan.
telephone and television set to today. Most New York State financial
F. P. a,... president ef Herat McBee Cora, maker .f Keys institution era cooperating
typewriters, saM a Udy "r his company Indicated that the .Mel In the HEAC progrsm. A typical
portable typewriters IB the home was en the spewing and .... viewpoint was expressed recent.
and dieted that an estimated ...0...0t will be std' In 1M4. It Is Mtl- ly by Charles W. Carson, president
mile that tt 91 cent eaR home new arc solpsed with ,.,.. of the Saving Bank Ai-
shies The study abe. > .b.... that even though the portable. I* Delation: of New York: State
s*,*larly associated with ale k school and college student see. 4* and also president of The Com.munity .
: per teat sf all these writing machine are aetially used by people. Saving* Bank of Roche
OFFSETSales ever the age ef IS. ter -It') a good plan, not only
Amongthe hncUens the portable Is used for In the home Include from the student point of
U writing *f personal letter by the .......If.. typing rerlpre.preparing view, but also from our cOlIn
shopping hate, atndtnt doing betmwerk and the but.nesiman try'., for no grater contribu
who has efflre work .. de alter hoars. One sidelight. ol tlon can be made to our slat
Ihs .....>i wernen stem mere attracted .. the portable typewriter and nation than to lend assistanc -
Literature Letter Heads t= tkan awn, arrevntlng for sheet. (I percent el the machine* In ..*. to our young people who

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I co....ANT. a .rtornlon\, Wl.drman and ginslaton, Ensln- month, from tk* tim *t lbs .IM'COndM. Jackson, thirdDtiroUiy 'end s 878 tvcriga and Frank
i'loI..ut' era, e O. Hoi Ills, Atlanta.OI. tIed publication ot tblo nollcnTw Wslklns, fourth- Su- Biker' 333. hitting 1 for 9.
'lumblnfl nma,.., EleetrictlSuppUes .. upon dipo.it ot III cap!** ot mob fl.lra or Woodward fifth Budd' Next erheduled games ir*
I. CLASSIFIED ADS OROVBB a THDMBT. ned kl 'for any or all IHvl.lon '.ma.. shall ba In writing! and salt
Pipe and FUtlogt.Wsiet wife mOM JA T.......'. On.-half lh. amount of ... shell stats tba plar. ot r.ldnc Sharpton, and sixth Roger on Up tgilnst county rivals -
Moal,.. TUe Board.Cas DofandantTOl .. posit will be rfuad up a the an. bat otflc ....d.... ol the ttarlnrnuOlrlf ircrnsboro and Havana The

sad 011 Halors I GROVER C. THUMIBT sod mum ot all docum.nt la soodpondltloa ,claimant and slaG ba .wnro toby Barrel lUr flritChrlsty Bulldoll' will be her Friday
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0004 JA TMORWT within thirty (It) day* '' tb* (lalmant, II. bolt, er : and Ute Bears neat Tuesday.
Post Ottlo Box 4TIRadolltt door the data of op.nlnaor bid* attorn.y aid aooompani4 by aflllnv Smith It'1OIIdN.n.
K.ttuokr Ba h b* Moompanl.d > too of on* dollar and C, Jan llolnvan, third- Joey kith games are horn, starting
vrrn rAH for farm .p... OROtIEN t"P'r.. d tIed or uoh lim or d.mand *ot *ofll 730 Field
'I""..' Ko. tarmM-'Ownod ROCCOPIPE YOU C THfRiB nnlrg, fourth.. Dim Jeff- it p.m., torry
your I and SOON JA TMURSBT ar a kid boat In an anxmat equal .d .b.ll I. void
FOR RENT 1'A Loan: 19 t ,..*. 80 llflh Sari Welli and
up II..*.' .otlN d that a Complain to at least tea (11%) p.r **nl CITIBBN8 BUlL 4 TRUlY coat ,
Pro-
i'to50.tnIiV. ot tlontlr.Ho
to fOraclooa a .01'1.... on tOss of tie .moo"t IIld. COMPANY sixth- CharloU Stoulazulne.Mar. Organ Recital
"I it. H Ito r4lt Awn Ottlc U __ ... admlnlatralor at tho Blat
.rfOl' A*
dcrtkd proprtr, I- A Mnraot Halter Clsis: tint-
& SUPPLY CO. following
l-.4im rurrnti Bld .
( p..t bond I. .n steounl ..f lade .. .... dooaadBr
OR PUt One Uro bodrooni Mar II, ... Apr I, I It will .. kundrod 0140%) T. B. Mlio* Susan Woodward, second Carol
44 TEAM OF BCXVICZ Oa. (I) aora, mor* ., I *, bal *ual I* on* Set Sunday At
t III10, tw* bud of amountirlll A.il.tant Truat Otfloor Shirley, third- Thomas
r :: I l I"( Ih* North ...-half ., that par coot Ill contract
i bom* for III p.r monttptiiun.d To This Are oartaJn two (I) aorM, mot oI ko required. IN THB riRcvrr COURT ell:. PhiUlpa fourth Julie Drauih-
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1111 oak floors till FOR SALE tfaoortkd In Wrrant N. submittal bid nay k. "It. Jackson tnd First
I Ions, OND JUDICIAl. CIRCUIT, on, fifth- Mary Baptist
1111 11.* and all nodaonvonlonrM. PHONE IIJ-IIJT th. lo>ln tlm
nil sad < tRod loll a Tknnky sad drawn 501cr ( >
t. *!N COUNTY riA RlDX .blbDlbbl. Rowan.
of kid
il T a riolekor. ,.lIu..b,, from DavlTkomaa rhodulod toe Ih. rolpt
1119 .. Monroe Street Su.l*
', ria, Ph... HI I- and hi. ..Ir.. Jo. I,*. for a ported of Ihlrtr (5.> **** IN CHANCERY C.. No. 1141MOnCHN EnglIsh Plesaur CI.* (age Th* FIrM Baptist Church of

\\.n, HI t-llll 1952 Willys Sedan TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA T..o..*., aald load dal4 L'Mcam. Th* Oil IT rorvo tl.<. rltht to HOMM CONSTRUCTION II and under: first. SAM Qulnry will prenent t unique
towalv
b.. 14 1141 and rooe>rd.. I. ..J.'" lay or all bid. aid COMPANY in organ recital by
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REST I B.droom progrsm
F;: it ;1 ts.d BoIl II, PuaS lIT, Poblisi0.osrds Informant. Florida eorporMlo, Strickland ItI.'OndSydJ ON
.I tad boon. 8hsIt. Malibu Rebuilt < of 0.d.d.n OOnly. Piusidel THE! CITY tkT QCINCT a Plaintiff Sue HaiH-ock, third- NanryJsn one of too most outstanding

MAIn .UO'. U Sold Ono 03) aor b.lni turtkor rWRIDAII .. llolman lourth- Judy anios In the South -- tt T;30

a HINT 4 Room Kurnlulid ) i i VACUUM CLEANERS and mor parttoalarly ... : H. C. ( "'." JOHN'MT RILEY .d his .Ift Cnnlni. flflh- ...nol. MM- Sunriiy evening, Mirth 22.
: 199. )
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Ape.[ tm nt Prlv tr bulb Lo- .crlbod ... followi lo-wlti BHU1NNLSO city uei.elarMar.. .. 11 't ANN lID JEWEL: JUI.I'I'. well anti IIIxlhSara Shaw. The guest orfsnlst will be
aid at HO II:. Jolforion Con. New sad VaN CleaarsAny *t a point 141 yardSouth I".ndan' Beard official
to I him. Harold ii.vla 117-14 I of th* HorthwMt **rn.. IN Trill COUNTY JUtXl*' 1'10'1'11'11' OP .41.1\1 Bo)'.' Barrel lUce. firstBo Dr Ramon C ,
,", t47'. ItF 856-5453 snake er Model ot Ohs Bait Or.-halt ef tie COfRT or OAK0B.H CQtNTT.P10101(7k NOTIl'III .. bur.by .I..n that Brown second Bill lilount orginIM for Florid Slat Unl-

Repaired Nonboaat Quarltr of lootio. tb. ( do.crlh.4 propir.to thlrdCIII' Phillip. fourth vntlty. who hold. the position
,K Rk.NT Room to runt In ..... o.4ln :
mod ...ldentl l .I.I.n.1 Writ Box IZ4 Nine (I), Townahlp 1' lIt NO. 111\ I. Usdoda County fifth Sieve Ben- of tiioclit* professor In the
( Dun
r or SUnly
'uval* h m. FOR 8AI.B UK Ford North, Rant Four bit W.... IN Bit PtdATR or .EtJX rlorlda. to-wltt -
Beard
Ktlon. Phun 117-1174 or outin 600. | door aodan, food condition Phone 117-IUI Oadid.n Counlr, riorlda. and run NINnY LnonsaoidNCVtICI Cumm.nc. at till lInuth..., ell..eI.. alJtUlRu.lOt' Barlneau. School of Music Dr.
i r- ron *t l o l N. Ill Olr.H. i I own"r, ..... Phone 1117111. Cairo Ca. thanoa But for a dlatano ot tyardai ornw of ....lIon ID. TownshIp WeStern Pinion (12: and hold degrees from Carleton

: II"STNT -' 1'hr.* b.droorn )I... It. II It tbonoo run South fordlitanr a Notice I* .....", *!..* that tho I North Rsooo 4 'noel end run under:: n\1lt- Julie Driughun College, the American Conserv
linfurnlaliwl bout In city "nv ot I* yarda lh.no rum undirsl100d b.. fiiod U. Final lOss,. 14.171 for 5 li.tsmI of story of Music (M M.i and Co.lumbis *
| on LaOs Talquln Road. Call Pout for a dlat.no. *t I* yard: H.turn and H. ort aa Biocutur 4035 ft-ti th.ttou W..t for a .... .econd- Chcm Sapp, third- end Ph.
It. MA.
sf1.1 I p.m.. MAin ,..610.. th.no run North for a dl.tano of Ib* Loot Will and T.. *, t.n. of tn fool 50 u.. Point of C. A. Well, fourth. NsncyJsn Unlverstly ;
Mn.i I, IS 11 II RAD3coTV of 10 yard to IK. point ot SB.RIMMING. :. ot THin Henry, M.d and baa H.ilnnlnsi th...... run Woo fur Holman, fifth- Lr* lAiten 17.1 soil has don MoflilvslIMy )

__ ... ala fllod: lla r.tltlon for Ordarat a tll........ of los toot thenr ..11mIISmI'h In levers! European countries -
and sixth
ha* ..., tIled .In.t yon, anjrou Dl.trlbulin and H* opplirs.lion North for list...* of II hat I and his also ippcmred la
SEBTICK ar* ..Q u I... lo *.rv. a cop for rinal Dlwbarso and lb.,,"* run Kaot: for a dlatanra Binback; fu'st- Dorothy
FOR RENTModem of your Anawar ar pl.adlns to that oa th* letk day of April of 11 f..ti ......... run Bouth Wstklns second Chrlity concerts In most ot tbs major
TV SERVICE ....1.* M An lb. Complaint .n tk* rialatltrAtiornty 1114 at II:.* e'.lock A. ... or aaKaon for a dlatanea of I* foot lo tb. clllct of tli* Hasten Seaboard
..... lad MadasaARTO Richard J. Qarda.r, oOardnor '''..aa''.. aa Ike and.raKn- Point ot K.alnnlnc' Said ,.....1 Smith thu'dDo Brown from New York to Miami.
Oorwb.a A R*....* AUH ..... and Unot, QulBor ItatoOank .d hoard, It will apply of land la ulontlll4 aj k.lnf fourth Chrrr Si>p, finhBarbaxa -
WBLOOMBmoi Beard will -
KAOIOI Dr. play
I Bedroom nnfuniInhrd ..,. teeeiHACK1 Bulldlni. Qulnor, riorlda.and te th*'On. Judt* of Qdd.n tho cam and IdMtfcwl paro.1ot DavUlsun, lout sixth- compoilUoni
AptrtmenL Loritrd In "B ..1. t-eros til. tka *rlainal Anawar or County, FlorIda at bla OhIO laIk land .....Ib.. In a Waxrantr of inch famous com
Duplex at 71J W. Wuhlnt- RADIO k I Pl.adlnc, In tko offloo of the Court llou* t* Qulncy rior I D.d from Barlow Tbnnl Wad. p101's is Dunitable, PurcclL
Wlthla walking dk SURDATIsans Clork of nil Ctrault Court oa orbafor. ida for approval of mId final his wito lu>i* t. ll.nrr t*rot,- Tunnel Rare: flml- Mary lI.tCh. Schumann Brahms tndothers.
ton. TV ten VICE I Ik* lotk dy of knrk. futnra and H.port and for an nr IUI., aad kla wit. *151. Jtrkson secondden. I'hll-
Lance of abopa. pchool and SIT loff.... A TV Ilia.o'ioa U... It F.. fill I* Ia ..., juris ord.r ot rxotrtkutlon sad for boll Kll.r, M.rIs.trs krln, tips .third- Bo Brown fourth Th* program U deslgiv
churches. i ISM Woo' Je010rom m.nt by default will b* tali. Final 01..11...*. ae aurh Bio. dal.d tIe lit* daol Pwombtr ed to demonstrate the potslbl.
e.aiOat ywa (01 Oh. r.iI.f 45.ooodod '' Illl and rordod In tk. Publlo Clisrlott BtotrUmlrf, fifth- variations In colorful music that

Call 627-im. durlnc biul- On lhn Compisint. THH QtlNrT IITAT1 BANE R_.... at Oododon County, Alsn Wsre, and ..1I.thK"nll' arc tvillabl In the several II-
VIm IOOTICS shall .. pubn. Py I. B WoodboryIt rlo.I"I.. Plod Hook II, pas QstllnEnglUh.
lieu houn. or 627-6294 ..n.tr .4 .n. osol wool rot four OOD' Trust O"I... 111. visions of new Moller Pipe
5 p.m. ..o.U.. ....b. I.. the Oadss.nCounty A. R>..gtn that baa recently been

FR1G1DAIRElENlTK Tim*, a a.w.panar pub and TMtamant et Fells lltnry tk* South door ot the murtku first. Dorothy Wstklns, Installed In the new sanctuary
ll.h.d In Oulacr, Oad.d.R Con*. d>...*.d .. In Uuln.y, Oadnl County sodMary Jackson, = Church.
ty riorlda. G......, and Tcwl. riorlaa. *. lbs ITth day ofMarok Ulsn Jeffcoat fourth Jury of the first Baptlat
112 tStAfl DORM AND OROERBP aOulnoy "ltorn.'. for ....ut.. IK4. This aalo will b* The organ cunalsts of three)
m"1. florid ibis II day .f guln, Florida ", ..d. pursuant t* a rinal !>onro* Canning tilth- *.nR Hart- manual with nineteen rank of

,.b.u..,, Illl.tBAL Mar H, II. II Aar I It ot rorotlMur of thl. ttourt In well, end sixth.DebrA. (. ... It was eighteen month
( ) Bdwln BaurKdwln Ik OminlyJuris. lk lest... tk.r.ln panning ....r.. Knock Down I Out: first-
In the Court of toO I and on*
Baur, Clark .1 I. loaderS Horn.. Oonlruo ,
., 'd'. County, riorlda Olso Jeffcoat second -Mary >
th* Circuit Court I riortda ooriMiratNin, In actual construction by M. 1 .
0...... Couatr, riorldBr U Probai*. I is Plaintiff, and JoHNNt KILS3T Jackson third- Susan Wo.nl- Moller Inc. of llsgerstowa
JSERVICfiSlfwori Doutlaa .. Hear, In .rat total Jr.otTE and ANNIH JHWaU RILKT,. ward, fouith. Cathy klitrrls, Maryland.
D O. HICK ftftuttT Itef.ndaMa, and tha L0Wk.0Pltombtr 7.0th.- DO lirown and ilxUvOene -

U SHIRTSemd _____r.b. 17. Mir I. II. II II All ..radio.. and rraa. of whl"h.oaa* la '.'41. Phillip I *. The, Re*: Thomas K. Cuttlno,
saId will ba ooadunt.dky
IN Till CIRCIHT IXJL'HT: UFTHB -.j.-'I.I'''* or D.maadtAsalnat That aala Clork al Sail Puny fJUes: (Inns.Nancy pantur M in* cnurcn, invwes in*
Cdwl Haun
Young'iCAPITA1. HBCONU JI'DICIAL CIH Bald Kltl: at. ha,,. \>url, aa prorldi In lha afro..aId Jane llolnvan, second Mary public to ittend.Tentative.
FOR RJlST.u.. l.II.-down. tM'IT, IN AND rOH IILrItN r.. and ak of you
boll PANTSLAUNDERED COUNTY FIXIR1DA. IN by .....1".. and r....ulrd I. pront Final It.cron of .roroclo.uraTHIS .... J ar bun, third- Moo Langs-
prlvat IlllIBAL
..ulr aparttntnt. .54 .-.... Illh day et .h.
la4m' *
sod private .ntrh'*.. Uibli CHANCERY. coy ban fourth Chem $ai.. Swim
.' .1 p. myosalaat ( )
t"VORCIl "i
or
you
.nd water fu.nl.h. $.. It N. VANUANDTVOHAW, th: **tt* *f Too 1Cd.'. Baur fifth. Pennle Mjixwell. mil
LLOYD T. hero
lov $.. or null i7. U PLAlNTirr Hlok. Jr. .*,*..*., ,all of Mid ri.rk of tk* Clroult It lUth.. Beth Fuller. Schedulo SlatedA

Kim RENT Your Hedroum FLUFF DRYREPAIRS (Oountr to tOo County Judt of Court Favorite UelMri (list- A. J
Pw.llln- corner of Boot J.f- VUBRAUMNB: M. V lL4NDIHO. GUdtdon Cou.'". riorlda at hi* Taylor second Bars n--A:
,...on nod Love lit...... Contact PElT COKTROL HAM. DEFENDANT frit. I* th. court koiii of leldl'ouhlp -
Alvl Wolf at Harbin Wolf In.. NOTICBTHB : at UUIIKV riorld wilfc- Field Welt, thlrtland U.>1* Water Bfety meeting washeld
Ill w..t Crawford tt. Ofp001ax .... Coaml ....'t.C.I STATE or riXIRIDA I I. Iii ..I.nd.r mostits rr..m the Forestry Duyi, fourth- Albert Agrrtun Monday night st the QuInn

Bat sad TOP OBRALDLMK K. VAMLANDINOHAM tuna of th. tint puklloatl of fltio- Bernard Uwls, tnd High eVhool.Th .
cy
and *oatk r..l.*IW. title satire Two opl I ot orkolalm sixthMary Bryan MsUiey sod, swimming schedule forth
a/s B B. Book or d.mand anal I k* In writin Al Torreya
,FOR SALE, ALTERATIONSMORROW Call TkllahttM, n.. lOll MtroM, H B.Moultrl. *. and shell state lbs plar. otr ,Day ,J. Cox. I sununer "I"' *rn to "",,1m"

HOUSES .. Ooorfla .ldno* and post etfl** addro Other Brownl mIld GIrl progrtm hat boon tentatively\
COLLECT Ton ar. ......, n tlflt tkal 0' th* claimant, and shall b. I Scouti In Oulncy were Invited .H at follows!
kao k... his This SaturdayA
salt for dlvoreo swore t. br th elalmaat 5.9.11)
-- -- Ui ttlend and obertvej "Out First cycle June IS July -
FOR IALB Own r HOME MITE 111-1411 brought atalnai rou In Ike (ctr hoot, or llornty and aoc.raianl.d -
Imvln town for n.w job. Mumi DRIVE INCLEANERS ollit Hourt nt Oadadon County. br a flllnc fM of on* forestry Field De,. drawing door Isy." Qnlniy lleglnnen, 980Qulncy
li
Mil quickly. I room and bath OFFICE 111-1711 P'i.rtda In <'h..,..,. br 1-IXiTU lollar and aurh olalm or d.mandot lUoo Fits ohalrmen and their commltteei I Intermediate tiul
.ld.La.lnla "'A'r'a youth eomp
A Ju.trorontlr T. VANIJLNDINQHAM. and pea 0. Rind shall k
bruit I troon and. flow.ra ... ..qul... to til. wIll HlrkaA from eight counties 1s set for of the hora ihow I 3n Qnlncy: lleglnner
........ In.ld L.O- h.r.by tJv'Q lolLshove
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.d. .... ....... OwrfWd i
InlermedMei
CHad t II N. Vlra-lnia Itraat 1 th* Cl.rk ot tb. mid Court yuwrllt.n admlnl.rl..eC tb* Betal 1....... Mate Park, near Bristol would lIke to Uunk th* exhibitors : ,
J'hon. *MAin '.AlGI. O W. Bruo. dfno pronlly or of T.. Hlcka Jr, .-... March- 21.Mor :-'- -- -- those who .Uend"" Unite lUll Qulnry B<>glnner*.

Mar It. I*. Apr I, I 41 -- ONE STOP by I osurva stloroor upon. It Ik sup* Plaintiff th.o, lad alUira.r Pint Mar.publltlo II. II ...Mar.Apr.II I 1114 41 than 80 vocsUonal *frtrultur who provided th. UvplUvs tndrtbboni Becond Cycle: July lleglnners.a I July
advertisers and the 24 ft 10 Qulncy
..om.. a copy th.root on or b.- students r pr *onl- -
FOR IALB t bidroom 100 Per Cent FlniBced A. D.H.r.ln I. the <*i>irt of the Caunly Idols who served official ftO Chsltshiiuche sod Qulncy
et April,
for 4t tl
the day
.. and Future Farmer
deubl' ....... natural | .. O.d.d. C.*nly. Florida log IS Florida
wlr.d for al.ctrlo lov.. .... a< BRICK HOMESAny For AU Your lIlt. tall net or ludrm.M Jud.Is ProbateIn of A"merle chapters from the M.... R. U. Woodward Jr mid ntermedlsle snd ibove 10311Chattahwrnhe

II West rranklln III. Fur further !C.,..* otMICHAEL. the allow wt t great euorea Healnnvrs, 10 JOCnuntywlil
Finish-
Balnbrld*. S.... Completely will b* *Mrd a* .lnt y.u by rat lIlt Bond will take part according -
Information rail St.rt il Needs d.fult.WITNEM. HICK*. a sntner, IL Wood RuleSupervtaor and Ut. food eoncesalon sUnili Junior and Senior
I4D-I401 or writ. MrII ed. Prim Fishing D..***.... to K.
('IlerrO'
tka
lurk It. BainbH any band and of VoreUonal i Ajrteultur old tverythlni but six hot .lfaavlng: 11.10 tlreensboroleglnners
,
101 and rurson.Mavt.g
I. Flynn $7200 Qulner.riarlda Te All Creditor
for t-Bedroons. IL laid BatatalT brltk boltIng edulrInclude hot dog" ahe laughed. Qulnry Intermodule and
w. D. KinU. .. Rotwrk A. D tIll The
: : BALEl toyrr.llvlnr $46.39 per month SCAL) Bdwla ot Sa.rClorl aald Court by .kotltl'd u and aaob and et r* you ulrd are U.pr-.r. five : eetumaUng -_ -- Shovel 7.31) p m. July I o July

room tnd separate ilia accept old booM ... .1..1_ aad dmnd.wbtok pulpwood and taw-tim 17 Adults.
Yit your ous'a. .. a.nt any
By /
dining room with rud and la a trido.Wrlto D.C. you, or ."...r .t ,*.. may. ber tfolum from sUndlng trees, Tiger Nine Thlid Cycle: July IT A...
.. tka ....,. *f Mloh.l 7 II11 County-wide II..
two b. asalnot gust -
drapes. Three bedrooms P. O. BoO Ui HAL A. DAVIS eatlmsUni tree1 heights end diameters
front porch IImImmmHO'J'IC'II! Attorney at l<*wUulncy. Klcil*, a u':' ;.ort.ao.uaood. lat* .Inneri, 10 DO Clialtahoiichee
baths basement or Phone riorldaAttorney ot said tk* 0)00557Jadso a land meaiurtni contest
I.... screened back porch 377-6838 for PlalntlftMaf of a.... .. Ounty, riorlda. lot sawing, anti lot rollln Drops Three ntermedlate. and tliuve, 1UOU

sod double Carport. Family I, II, II, II 41AUVCHTKKMENT : M .... otflo. I* Ik. oouHhouio Oounly-wlde Llfeaavlng, 10'Sl'IutMah'"It'h.
Cltr, Ga. of eeld County at Qulnry, By Don JamesTime .. lieglnnart, 11.11)
room kitchen with bullt-tn TO CHBDITOJUI FUR 111* riorld, within lhl .alaadarmonth Conteot winner will rerlv
store dlnhwsiher end d... tf Florida laiul.a 511.110t'oNITNUC'rIcbl from tk. Urn et tb* oaih sward. Hsyonler Inc., M. PeorIa Writer County-wlil Inlermedlatei and

posaU ISS N. 14th SIn Call In lbs Court of the OuntyJuds WATERWORKS flrot publication at lIla nolleCach -*. >ft* Papor (,;oq>on,. The Qulncy Illch's baseball squad above.HeglrlrMltm.
*. Oadwl.n County, Florida, IMPHOVBMKNT PUB ........ ball b.
MAIn 7-IZ22. Mar. 19 SI St : lalm. er Celluloee and launched It* IVfld ba>eh .U set- fur Ciiattahoo.
la Probat*. TIlL CITY: Or SIUINCT, and ihall. .bat. tie Burkry Corp,
writ In.
I. and will be
sun In "Lout Weekend" Ityle chee Ureenaboro )
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'I In ri btata of FLORIDA plar ot ,......".. and poll offi.oaddroas th* IntemsUonsl Paper Co;
IALB: | bodroom kom HOMESKlngsberr7 R. U CHBfkKR, .**ld proawo*!* will .. r*> ot tka alalmaat and have mad ivsiUM tsihiwsrds losing the first thrre ..mo.. during In* month of April tl

r.R payment Call MAil ... .""'- .... eold kr *..* CIty of Qulnoy, .hall ka sears I* ky Ik. alalmant. to to preaenud to Individual The Titters, playing moot ofth.ti their reipeotlv tchmils, (lull.C .

1-M44 or ... at IllS 101..011.1 To All Creditor and Poroon. riorlda .. lb. courtroom.,.. ".do. kla as.nl or hIs I eitorn.y.s.a.4 and winner. horn lame under the reglstntiim will to duringthe
r>rlvo. Mar. I, II, II. II 41 Havlnv Claim. *r btmaad d.n County Court mil and aar auch lalm or 4. enspter lights thl* poor, dropped theiropener month of May at the Mitt
Aslnt Said B.UUI: iii.. A-M, Bar. APrIl I. ..t *o blotS hall b. Toll.A All eunteete will to judged by :
Full ALB Houia. Mad Into Too and mel .< iron sri .....- fur OMtruelln el...r w.ll\ and Florid Forest Service and toduatrUI to May High of I'sntmt Cm* off ia*.

two apartmant. H.500 00. 1101 I'kr notlfl.d and required I* ...- w.t.r work* Improv.moftia, ..1whine admlnl.'tralrtt *t tk. Be- ,...'.. ...*. City 1-0 last Thursday night 11ioe attending this meeting]
down. Own.r will flnanc balanra. ......t an, .lslma and d.ne.d.whIch place and tlm. SIt *aldpropotala tall of Mlctva.l Hick, a ulnoe, at Carry Field before a record were, Carlo Duswm. chairman
Contact Wilma Wal.h.Ihona will ba op.nod publicly First FWrld Day la too latla.uit .
yon or oltbr of you, myi
_MAta_ t-llll .i. *..In.t Ike aotat* of It. U end roadPropuial. rirtpVklloatl** Mar. II. IlllMar four snhedulad wed heldMarch !breaking horn baseball of too Water Bo/ety Conunltlee,
---.Ji (.h....., d......... lai. *f said ..*, b* ubmltlo e* II II. 3$, Apr I 41 T at the Austin Cary crowd. 1'h. Tiger nine then (borIc Vsughn Dunn< Jsmes.Uuy .
....... tkr*. dl.l-
of any uf Ih traveled" A.
I BCUROOMS: ('oon',, to tko County Judsa IMC wklok Iko work lo ". I. Ik* Court .f tOO CuntrJuds Momurlsl ForeH near Uslneerlll to Ptntm City over Ntoe Mrs. leggy Ms.
lone
,..,. I ..... H... lonito Greenwoodand l1.dld,5 Oountr riorlda I....,ot M Hid blaDffloo .1.... I..to m.tra.tl ml, .. n.....a rnty, Plo.. .. Th aenmd event wa* th weekend where they sim, Ctrl Nude Mrs. Eloil*
I* tbo court
be B. '.tll.., K'. ..... riorlda, with. b* award M any aunkr *t Ida la rrobal II. sIll listed for Uadlaun March 14tpnomlnc dropped a sa.. ..nt. to Bay Ursntham of Qulnry Charts
at
I.... H. ....I.. Idry. K.Tub. Jounty In all r.landar Qulney month from tb* .I.I.ID" T". wool ...n.'... **- la ri ...... et High Friday hulk and t 64eonleet Urllfln Dill Ukkwm of Ureens.buro .
L.in. ...... ls a SimIlar field
.t. epooolI 'tollowla
et tb. Lola
Ii... loMklaalloa n.i(. !>'.. 11m. of the flrot publication ofthu oanilally DIV IIION ONE SIJB-rOtm- 000...... Day si Blarkwater Klver fttat to Kulherturd High I'aul A. Culey, Corbutakiill
.... Will Ho. a belle.. Two ouplo* of sodmisim and ror.on School en futuniay ofte.moin of ChatlshuiNlie,
.... O... SMC I. d.mand shill ba la OATIONi Cpoolal .ukfoandatlooiwork Te All Creditor Foreet near Muoaon April 4.
t, io>n PHA. till MA 1.01171i.e Sunset Acres wrltlnand' or ahall oto,. the pi...* for tko aIm, will, ........ Hln fllm* or t>maadAiaJiut C H. CoulUr U 111 Ut,.. imps yulnryIllgh'l Further plans for this pros
Florid Shale
... or Writok ...... .. laid BtMl ,
Inf.rnllua ro.td.nr. offlo. adit i.e of ._ .r, .1.*, ** pitching staff burledgood grant will be announced tt
.. .. as. I of an pont ?.. n.h ot are hoc.- rnretter, termod the Qslnes- a
I. I' J. *. IIS r .. aitd eball trifled eomsaoiod k-flll. *poll *- and y.a
.10I".t
... .. CLARK PLEMMONSPhone Or. .r tho and loadblflllON aMIflcd and requIred t* enough but lb.Tigrs later dill.
> > Kin.FOR ...r. to by Iho claimant hi* **ll l.tlalloM II, dama villa Field Day real luocea ;::1.:1
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MAIa T-ISI1 af.nt or .tto...., and aooompanl4 .' lulla pro*.*! any ltlme .lib- *.* and lie laid that the only ,. U bit
-- \ TWOi Ceniletl efMtild d* whloh you. or In wirnliliied with all
by s mine ro..f... oil. .... .'''''t Ik* fnreetry Field' Day oontpeUtlua game Forestry Report
cut I. pip lino. .. ot yen, nay *
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.iab the don five
I hitting
SALEI -- lollar Ondiur Iliad hall b .an.old.a In* aad cosnoollon* to otlotln ...... ef tola ,....., d.***..... "help to stimulate Interest laotmwrvfttlon belnit by The a.cI.d.n county For.Miy .
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not M playen lbs h "n* leant alsooulllntitt.d !
tk. Ounty
ol.ar wll*. aad the low iisrwoil late of said County, I sad Florlds'i
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Bervlc
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p. fh rip- report 4 .IIIICI.ho"O
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low lln. ad. County II sfleld
Bedroom House. ... MoMMry dram Jad** et errur during
J. B Cb r flow and rolooMloa of eowrlln M kl* offlre I* Ik* **urttin. Idly eipsndlng foreitry protranV Irei In the pa>t 7 burn.
Down Payment Low A. joint ..mlnl..'..... if Oh. thl* span sgslnrt II bits

Monthly Payments.! Flnane- LEONMOBILE .x.......,; ot H. U CbMior *.. IVIIION. TRItSIIi Co........ .....:, mid wlthla Oouaiy all at.aioodi Quito; Kaih high srlwol rotaUonalsirtcultur for the visitor and IV ml- ng II reported aor**. aim"? "* Jsnusry wiiodI7lret 1

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Inc Already Arrsnicd. MatHolla Nor.. HOMES lInt puklleatloa .... IT, IlllD 0' cii ae.um.b.w..... I...PS.I ..I.r pra.trne.ad ...,.r'' Inetrurtiir. or FFA 'lea.Qulneys first encounter with totals (, burning 111 air**.

m.' McMillan. 111 ... John_ Chapter: Advisor solarIs. foreotry Number of wood fire.
w.ll. oupslbl III soaring 1,100,0,1fall. M lh*>
Drive. U 4110"'.' far Joint Admlnlatraor ..'...' ...... dku ..... Sty lUgh boo Thunday proved
Slo SerrkoHw Ill U. Ws.iIotse MirMl.Qulney. .., l *> PoliticalAnnouncements team of up I* four stu to to S clue battle throughout ism period I year ago added
II wat"r dptk. all taak aceoa d...... No
chapter lo
riortda 1 may enter up 21. burning 184 I ..ro..
sort nd war7 alMlac wtUi Bey scoring I of their
Moon VsrUlte. r.... IT. Mar. .. tl. II II Tko**Irpo of tank t. b* 0.14.4.4by more than two boys la e single I run. la the first Inning then Th* rainfall In th. Qulnryre

: Crdar. Concer. Blewsri. IN TUB dOted COLHT HBO tb* Own,. contest. Teams compel* ...IUIuUt.or Playing for the past week ._...
I It .I tight MenM the
: sad remainder
ooa
/ Trsllen UND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT flan. apooltloatloae tttMOUf t>*m> Irtmnwltl ed 40, Itotvtlsl*. JO
Nice C.... Umd OADIDXN bOUNTY .rWlulDA tract ...."' ...* are nesliablo. tot SHERIFF ;;w.- of th. wsy. At Panama ; Havana.
I' sad 10 Wide I IN CHANCERYNOTICB p.klu laapMtlo a4 tb. .,,,.* of rot COUNTY are. Contealwinners Ut, gulnry led Bay high H I I 20, eounty sveroge JO.
or SIll? tic City MaaMor. Ql rior.i I hereby Mnaunta mT are judged on UieU until
the bottom
Telephone Soliciting We trsde for furniture etsnylhtng 1.MODERN._ IIOMBN P1001CM__Oa, or mar b. ob .>II' f mn. I dldsry for re-electliMi lo the total point emma, and wlnnerirevolve lb. Tunudoe of sivredrua Use 4lhwhen V It I* Unto for the re...lent.

Kip .*... >_.,. Sbork et tslao -- --- office of Sheriff of QsdsdM oah swsrds. nf metrovollUn trM to learn
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_... U_ ..,. .>*.. know County, subject to the Demotrstle Field Va, ertlvbUes sad aim on 1 .1" S bits and 1 something about the people la

...,.... _.....'... GN....,.. We Here XOOL ..EAt.V. Prtmajt. May I, 1M4. toot rules are .r'...... Jointly error rural areas and vlr. .....
1'
H..... .... I .n ( IIe.4 1 Against Rutherford Saturday
1.._ Mt..... I I ..- .. 10 M mOt weel e< LAWN MOWER My deelr !. to eootloue I* by Florid Foreet Servlr foresters the Tiger led 11 until the

....... Ow ..- M4-IIII. lao.Tafluhs. serve eo mf Met reeor4 si vo-sf advlaurs and Sir I m.Atns
Aol for Mr. vtnim.MAS It T.1quIa your Sheriff. eel Indualry rowoMnUtlves.ContesUnU *f the Ith when Hulh- VITAMIN AND

.... FlarU 1 sincerely sppredate tour fur Uw Mu k tlrvent 'erfiird puatod son** I run M HEALTH FOOD ICB.VICIIpoclal

WANTED t'* .upplr Haw- I ..st eonfldenr*) !a SM sad I at Tarreyi are impacted oInl.s and a duuMe.Tiger tilel and

4)umor mill Product*r part Tallaba r..os.arI... Oood I* 1 till Wool T_ REPAIRS&W am ...1. sinccnly soling for front -. W.III&IJa. UbertrOedoden. gam*tluggers weekend during series Wore the ItaliC Feed

....,. Writ Rawlsk your .o time M ,
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T.nn. I Fbeae 112.. Uaughtry tvllertlag 4 Ml* Avdrey a...... Ow. fMl
pbl.
7jC.1 13.1$ .. Gulf, CsUwua and JKSJUSIeuunUe
Mac II II. Apr I. II 41 : CUM Edwards *. far II at bets and a 400) W. King .... Fk. 117-7411

ItlSITlON WAKTKO AJ.l1nlbookk I i- --- SERVICE STATIONROY raid rwuual Adr. ......; John Foam. I for I
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*.p.r .r lyplat. writ Bo ,

K. euro Oadadta County Ti..-If 'I WELL DRILLING ( WELCH FOR SHERIFF GS Third AnnualJr.

: Or OAIMDKN COCNTTberebr

J-uBII-loN WANT 10 .. Cornpa- STREET I esndt- FOR YOUR
WEST JEFFERSON sanouaee my
ins tor oldtrly porw>'. rOt fyrUi. ,........ a CoapMeUao .
or laforoi.tloi sell MAla ,...** I el Denial Pups Sal PHONE 627-6303 duty tor eUeUoei U thi'OftIcof Horse Show
If Sheriff of Osdsde Cev.i*. .
tlo..
Keeae e* Irrt
I Mbect U the 0.-1. PrVurr.
111 ANT .P Trpm to b* dooiat FUEL
1 10_... Call MAln I-4TH. U TERRY.ROSA I Pick Up and Dellrery Upon Bequest May I, IM4.QoalttleeUMMi Winners Named

Law SdMolOradtule

A.NTEU- ie: Wbli IN OAWDWI Olrle t'UtN.Ti ldido .. HARDWARE CO. Member of riortd Approximately' ace peopl it HELL

... immdiatir by dMtnbi teeJk WIi., Bar -T Teen lAw EaforreMPttl landed th* Third Annuel f Hr OIL
HH
'i. dirortor for n.lloaall tiperbraee .. Ss.elslAet4 Heotet Junior Horse lUiuw lad
... ...,.. .. Florid
ki ..w. _..,.. .. ......".*. Part tin* .0 fell IM wIth Fedenl Bwreso olla Saturday srurnonn et Waulward's /
tim.. He oieorloao .....". Ut-HVt THE SINGER COMPANYof IImtItJIaU luinaw M_ Ones |>**tirei Firm IIHOME

Wi tral. Car .or..srV. wnu, .. Oedede Csoafy .aof 11 TIle event ws* spc.ei.*d bl
au v. 0...... C.a517IAI.RIHAIO -It I yeew.Slend. Troop IOU and 141

ronc....iy-wVJe Winner la tea different class

AlfTW. -Ra..11 tw.r.it WE MANUFACTUREOUR law eafeweeisiil eeTr_.eImmediate M wr* Coolum bit; first DELIVERIESCall
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lIuol._ Is Qulacy ur Jseb TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA rtgoreejs ... eeeUnurd > bteeo- fXsii Jcffcae, eeraneptca

sot .. ......... .old ion .... OWNCUSTOM taeotlstloB of sssiorerlme CtwlsU* Taylor, UMreV-,I DISTRIBUTOR

K nn "u, a.c..rl. K. tail.. Conrptot teoporeuoe Bar Well. foarOk... fotiaUUiwll

.. aocn'......., ow,...wrtbl.,.....11&1"Too pooaoa.St M.... MADE 109 E. ColUge Pa ll/th.. Ran Hruw.

000 NawI.igb PAA .IU..... Mom rill Mbder tk* prtnelpU All per- and auth. L*. Aao Strkb

,.. .... ItI. of that sutiMIB Un4.SUtUaa.
P 1' malt reierdleee
VENETIAN BLINDS SALES and SERVICE a4 CeUlag 11.1*..
We. ace eejiuied .. baIt cod SERVICE OIL CO.
MISCELLANEOUSFOR I' .hBpertlsl tTeetines)4 wdertaw. UIo CUms first- SMM Woodward

-...wI8etMnI Dertdacn,
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BLINDS BHApn
1 staeorvly tout .... bled Buddy $bat pto.s,
Far cd BOW bar a I :-M':: '
AWNINGS roar con ae* w. nprMnkztlT sad ewppnrt MJkJ. 'oacthTerol 1UJ1 linn 627-8888 I
SALE eta Fuller, Md Uflkate
Keel FslrtloUrM -
STORM WINDOWS cvwrf Tudaf al STCWAJiT I rMMM A4.. .eoefteld.Weetera.

GOOD. CM ILL MID I Fl'aewe Clu (age

CASH REGISTER ALUMINUM SCUIKS YOUNG'S b Quince- P1eaM lar yoarnam TO TVS TOTIE OF 0AMD II-III flrei.. Carl Ceeeaeuff, INQUINCY

and ad&M ed StanrarrYouag'. *ow COfJfTTj rua ..... n _.* AIe4oe .
WIth S T.4.b1 Tetel let I kereey -- sar **vkddoty Hisbw.r, metS Ww '

Me ey t y.... for Tat Glass lee tt* 0MeI tt CM: .* Cbs. aid M. klbwo'roe I ;
TAPE FOR Quincy may bexu MIT. yo' **** M*. b"iUl 663-2319
R.'. A DETAIL ;o4<. U ebatted M will to :-aii m. e. HUla MAI I.r..t,

1'0".ron &lCOaD.S15.00 mr MIl aol endeeoajr. 4* render .,..* I p .. MAI ,."*.

AND COVERALL CO. ....$ sad efJV* m5 airolis at lao. I*. I*_ IIPhi. IN Stamps On

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT .all. amec Tew rete- wUI to epprecm pvbiiaooiao Ita $5. DOd

liEUnETCHER.cANTEY 114 Weet J..... ** 0..._ aid ,..... CHATTAHOOCHEE PurchasesiI !

PAUL L FROST Manager H. T Bermold (.p'-r"_, ...-., I.. I All

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P ncnrrr\ CADSDFN: COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH III, 1W4


up cost and prices pay for I new product It," their faces said If I could''Talquin HD Club er plants
The National OutlookBy I Increases In cost and prices This often means installment only put Into word. what 1 feel Vegetable Allow ample apace between
would Impede the growth In buying, a form of consumption for them, these youngsters on rows for easy day-to-day cnltl.
production and employment at which frugal people often find whom I had never laid eyes Holds MeetingThe Garden TipsFrom ration Mate successive plantIngs -
George HafedornANOTHFR home. They would intensify our difficult to accept Yet Installment before but who greeted me as of radishes, snap beans,
Jack noran
At the same Ume we have foreign balance .of-payment buying is often more economical an old friend as I met them Tilquln Home Demon sweet corn and other crops every
LOOK been plagued by unemploymentat problem Effort abroad to restrain than saving and cash about the campus afterward stratton Club met at 2:30 Wed If youre planning to plant a 10 to 14 days: to provide
AT THE 60sAs levels that, while not cat*. Inflation by interest-rate purchasing It may provide a A program and good discussion nesdsy afternoon, March 11 it spring vegetable garden, you fresh vegetables over a long.
the present decade approaches strophic are higher than we rises can create further difficulties needed product at a cheaper by the adults took placeIn the home of Mrs. Charles probably have already drawnup er period.
Its midpoint we are would like to see them. Our International by attracting funds from thAn rent price, and at a time the evening. with a break Dean with Mn Sam Fletcher, a blueprint IJ\here are To prevent diseases that may
prompted to look back at how transactions remainIn this country. The deterioration when the product 1* of moot after the first two noun for a hostess. Mn Dean, pre.ldent some gardening fill in carry over from the previousseason
between the lines
has fared since deficit, creating concern ai In the quality of domestic credit value to the consumer covered-dish supper. Every presided. practice crop rotation
our economy J. assistant
M. Stephens. vegetable -
1000, and forward\ what may to our ability to maintain the during the current expansion Good advertising help to woman having prepared what Mrl Sam Fletcher openedthe specialist with the That l I., do not grow the same
be expected by 1970. It Is clear value of the dollar I Is also cause for concern. create wealth by putting goods she "cooked best" each dish meeting with a devotional Florida crops Extension vegetables' In or near the same
that some Important new elements The Administration Is optimistic W* shall surely see some new Into use value where than they the will be of was a gourmet delight. Needless bawd on John 10: 10 "Prescription Service emphasiaes Agricultural the import- location more often than once
more
are entering the picture for the coming years, problems irlse during what Is investment consumer to say the last two hours for Tired Blood ance of selecting the correct I every three years Since memo
a major tax cut at chiefly on the basis of the ec- left of the 1960s But they did not have quite the "pep"I M.... Dean welcomed two vie variety for particular! con bers of some plant families are
I: home and Inflationary actions onomic stimulation It expect. may turn out to be addition to, of the first two All the blood Itort, Mrs. Ralph Porter and dltlon ;your: ; subject to many of the same
\ abroad, to mention only from the tax cut. It believesour rather than substitutes for, the was busily helping the digestive Mrs. Herbert Bryan The roll Stephens reminds newcomersto diseases, rotate crop families at
two of them growth will be accelerated, problem. we already have. YOUTH ASKSFor organs, nol feeding the was called with a total of twelve the state that growing conditions wetl as Individual crops

So far the decade has been but without Inflation provided brains! present In Florida are a great
I peculiar combination of reasonably business and labor behave a FaWn and a Chsllsnga .,. Two thought of special significance Three club members, M.... deal different from those inmost Card oi ThanksWe
satisfactory growth with sa the Administration has advised Good Examples and Good Explanations were emphasized. The Luther Cox, Mn Carl Ferguson other sections of the country .
the persistence of certain nag them to. If necessary (although Known Limits quotation from Joseph K. Hart and Mrs. Austin Nixon, having lIe urges home gardeners wish to extend a sincere.Thank
ging problems. Between 19flO It if clear that the Administration oral and Consistency And which I may have already\ usedIn completed slxteen-hours of med to depend on varieties that You" to all our friends
To B* Heard lest Self.Help Training under and neighbors for their cards
and 1903 real national output says this reluctantly this column was one: lie have proven themselves In ,
Increased at an annual rats of ) money and credit policycan By Dorothy B Alexander, said: 'The democratic prob- the supervision of Mrs. Audrey Florida Desirable characteristics memorials and other expressions .
almost 4 percent This growth be tightened to restrain any II Publications Specialist lem In education I I. not primarily Hancock, along with other of a successful variety include of sympathy at the time of
has been accompanied by relatively new outbreak of inflation, J.uJneJJ a problem of training children Home Demonstration Clubs, good quality, high yield our recent bereavement We
little in the way of price At this writing practically Florida Division of : It 1* the problem of representative members will be and resistance to Insects and are truly grateful\
Child Training School qualified to be of assistance to diseases The Dave Taylor Family
inflation COMMUNITY IN
all the economic Indicators suggest MAKING A
good business for the next By Hutch It has been my: privilege lately WHICH CHILDREN CANNOT 1 the community. in meeting Stephens advises that you 1
emergencies.The
sa. n* MM *M few months. How long this will and fine addition to my I HELP GROWING UP club will plant ::hly.s' longseasoncrops 7/1t
last and whether It will be good North American have been education) to lead a 4.hr. study democratic, intelligent, dtaclp.1 and coffee sale sponsor to be a held pie strawberries to 1 os
enough to make Inroads on the criticized for consuming too discussion course In character lined to freedom, reverent of Thursday 9th one side of the garden so they I
unemployment rate remains to the good things of life, and April at the Fat will not interfere with the preparation o
much. At the same time, government building for the PTA In Sum- Cattle Show and Sale
M.Ye i auk was be seen Our balance-of-pay. economist are saying ter County at Bunhnell and to eager to share In the task of The meeting 15th of nltfI CI1r.1;
wsg G. menu deficit has been substantially that the key to prosperity In address the school children the age A school cannot produce April will son. I -growing 666
be held at the home of Mrs
TERMITES w reduced from the alarmIng Latin America Is to convert there In three groups upon the this result; nothing but a Sloan Baker with Mrs. Tom on the north aide of Die garden 1 : Me
level It reached in the first the mas of people Into con- same subject. Could there be community can do so" THIS Davidson giving the _so_they will not shade oth _. .. .
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WORK ALL YEAR half of 1903 sumer., anything that would make one IS THE PROBLEM. I "Food for Entertaining"program

The thought naturally suggests it is significant that mass-ad try harder to do his very best And, In response to an ob Mrs Harbert Gregory, Home
cap AROUND Itself that the problemfor vertlslng has never been utilized than to look Into the upturned, servatlon about the amazing Demonstration Agent, presented I NORTH FLORIDA GAS CORP.
the remainder of this decade ; In an under-developed country expectant faces of an auditor amount of hatred in the world a program on Facts About
may be Inflation While the Countries which have progressed turn full of children? The attention even, shockingly enough, In Food Fats" It Included the MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE GAS
economy. a whole still operates most rapidly sine the unflagging Interest ,this great country, General defining of fats and the differences -
below Us potential, In World War II Germany and and the delight In their faces David Shoup, commandant of In the saturated and unsaturated Gal Ranges Prepare It Better .
fee the .Me d yaw lace some fields we are approaching Japan have adopted and even when their Imaginations were the Marines until his retirement were explained by
bottleneck which will drive excelled North American called upon to make real for lately, was quoted: "Wedon't their chemical forgulas The Water Heater
advertising and sales methods them something that wss teach the Marines hate lecture was Illustrated
by helpful
Thermolalrs &
brought out, was the greatest Hate Is a sin Hate Is closely'l visual aids and .
It I la difficult to which a discussion
prove
Inspiration one could have I connected with fear, and fear period. A taste buffet Dearborn Cat HeatersNorge
comes first, development or advertlslng of delicious
am still riding a wave of buoy breeds defeatism. That a disease dishes Ai
members had
Perhaps It I Ie i seesaw Washers
ancy as a result we cannot afford in this prepared followed.
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