Gadsden County times
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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Quincy moon
Preceded by: Gadsden County herald

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FLORIDA ahn m- Week HEATHER Endlnr REPORT Mir. M

TOBACCO SHADE-GROWN CAPITAL < (tt.QtUty Intes Rain/til.Lowest Highest.Temperature Temperature monUi week .:Jj MRelnfaU. 76

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J.Featured E. Gilbert Guest Is I I Multi Million Dollar Shade li

At Dedication I

Jnne E Jim Ed) Gilbert (

pre dent of the Suwinnoe River

America Area, of will the be Boy a Scouts featured of Tobacco Crop Is Being Set

guest it the dedication of the

Wauwood Boy Scout ReeervUon *-

ty on Saturday April 4.

The Reservation, eight miles! ---- --

south of Qulnry on Highway : Tobacco Plant
2U7 la located on beautiful Lake Scouts Receive

Talquln and will be the alto for

the annual Spring Camporee for Selling Going

many year to come. High Awards ., ,
Other featured guest will
Include J Hetton Heald, part Francis L. McCall Jr. and Into High GearI

Scoutmaster of Uw famous .. Will M. Maxwell received thehighest

troiuut, Gordon Cooper, and honor Scouting {
Tom Adams Florida's Secretary God and tI'l.ard Sunday Total' Amount Aver

of Slate. morning at the First Prey apes 5,174<< Acres,
A special -mlle Thank bjterlan Church. The Rev? ..
will highlight the Hronaon Matney Jr, lnl.t.r'l| tt 'a Y 100 Over Last YearThe
# S
101)0 Scout will line up and YOU"i made the presentation i ,
arately thank Dr. : .,' multi-million dollar shade
la the of Mr. and
Francis ion
"W crop being moved
Wall for hi* donation of I .
Mrs. Francis L. McCall of Julia it .. from the
land for the Scouta of the Su- It to the cheese*
,cy and Will I* the con of Mr 1 cloth-covered ahatlei,
wannee River Area. and Mr. T. U Maxwell of i'\y;g .. '11\ :
On Friday afternoon the Farmer In the Florlda-Ceor.
Scouts will reach their destine-- Uulncy I .. II.! area are beginning to setout

lion and theme for the Spring At the Sunday evening sere 'I... ., c, ) .. the IOU shade tobacco
Dectrie Camporee. "Whore the Road Ice Francli received the highest crop approximately ',Ut
SAFETY AWARD DINNER Service award. were presented by the Talquln -
Aml rank In Scouting the 1 MONEY AND MISERY
Ends the Trail Begin Last yeat's tobacco plants acre
last to Pharei (left) 5 Charlie
Cooperative Friday evening Qulnsey year;
Eagle: Seoul Award. Those participating
I These young American will shown under cheeieccloth: are five to six week old and "At present 100 acre over
Todd 5 years; Evelyn Ward. 5 years; Fred Brandon. 10 years; and Bert Crews, S aurally "rough It" for three In the ceremony werehli I' I..t.ar'* total toharee
had been prop
}'earL Presenting the awards is Leon E. Weaver manager Photo by Martin's Studio days and two nlghu putting parents; Guy Hare advle- I already tied up lor two weeks. The bigger will be planted -- whkh I I. not

their training Into practice.On or, James Bray, Scoutmaster; the) plants get the bigger the worry.. .* big an Inrres ai was len

Recorded Saturday between 8,oo and J, E Gilbert realdent of 8u- rally believed" Mated John

Thos. Memorial Largest 12.00, each troop will compete wannee River Area Council; City Commission McKeown GetsCommendation Run, County Agent
Raymond lluret. Chairman and
In ;
compass reading, silent alg-

Collage Prayer Fat Cattle Show & Sale knot-tying nala, fire, by and flint bandage and steel dentonitration -, Unild Executive L repreaenllng Dudley, the District National 1 Floodlights To nut Into He full Mid week.awing plant The by setting traniplantingj the will first\ get of

for award and Council of Boy Scouts '
IInlt.ri.n' should be
Graham MrKeown, completed In two 01'three
of America
patches Be Installed At with the Gadsden County Health week due to the delay
BeginThe The public U invited !
cordially Department, ha* been commended caused by the extensive &'Oldw..U"r ]
Slated Here 7,8,9The to attend the actlvlllei onSaturday Vehicle Safety by the Florida Asaolallon and rain,
Thomas Memorial Bap- April morning and the dedication 1 Recreation Area "
tilt Church will begin a period following In the abler of Sanitarian The leter -' riming of the sand leaves
Services" Check April 11 of commendation, dated should begin In BO to 80 day
of "CotUg Prayer
noun Jarkson Heights" Pink, recreation
I March K, IM4, follow fter the tobacco plant have
Tuesday evening through Thun- large number of 4-H A vehicle safety cheek will are for Negroes, will been eel out "
"To all Sanitarian and IIIperlC.nl said Mr, Kuisell.Approximately .
March AprU
day evening,
Club and FFA member ever Mark be conducted jointly by the have one of the mot up to
DeMolays In Interested
or of
I. acres
recorded In this county will Tigers DefealGreensboro lunlur Chamber of Commerce date lighting systems for III In Environmental Health or the total tobacco have been
Each of the services conducted ball ground when 84 flood- crop
take pert in the West Florid and the Exchange Club insist
related field these earmarked
45th come greet for Candela or fire
Tuesday and Thursday Fat Cattle Show and Sal to beheld Anniversary day April II In Quincy, lights are Installed by the Cityof !ings''That: cured tobacco but the *.
will be at 7.30 p,m. The Wednesday at the State Livestock Pavilion 63By Qulncy In the near future.Th acre.age
The two organUatlona would fluctuate
service at the church here April 7, 8 and (, On March 18 like to ura.110I local cltlienato City Commission In regular of Sanitarlana the Florida doe Association Ituaaell may continued Thla tome amount Mr. ,/
will begin .t 8 p.m. according to John C, Russell, Dona James session Monday nigh recognise
take advantage of the program average about 2.10 I
The Angus Hlnaon Chapter, ( that Uraham McKeown was Instrumental am over
These In Gadsden County Agricultural Time Sport WrU..rColch awarded e-nvirsi't to Union "
meeting are preparation Order of DeMola)', held pubic sponsored nation-wide by In the Organisation lilt year, he said 1
for the week of revival Electric for the 64 lamp UnionElectric's
Agent.There Bill
Roger Quincy
meeting celebrating the 43th I Ihe National Vehicle Safety of this Association. That he was The process of fire-curing
and evangelistic service beginning are 106 4-H and FFA their first Check for Communities. bid wu $H803: per hat
Ugh Tiger won anniversary of the founding ofDeMolay a founder of and the first **- been on an Increase In the
night, AprU light at s total cost of 3fl3l 11:&. I
Monday Individual entries, drawn from
game of the young baseball sea Wednesday night, The location for checking dent of this organisation to oromcil area for the past three lean r
headed James
6 and continuing through Sunday aa far away u Esoambla and son her Friday night in defeating March 18. free of charge brake, lights. Ie A Ledbetter tettunltt.e appeared by before the education, pr..IIII'.nel or since the embargo on Cuban

AprU 12th. Clay Counties. the Greensboro Bulldog A film entitled The DeMo- nufflera and other part of veilclet general welfare of the Sanitary tobacco
the Commission locking to hive
The Rev. William D. Wood, To date there are 12 Carlot 8,3. lay Stor," was shown. Speeches will be annouiwed at a Ian. Mr Russell went on to is*
of lot
small directly
pastor of the Immanuel Baptist entries, of 10 cattle per lot, and were given by Eddie Taylor later date a portion a Till AsMxIillim also recog that the farmer are keeping
Church, Tallahassee, will be the Russell that the Th Tiger nine I* hoping this north nf the W L KecapplngCompany's nisei that Graham MtKenwn clone
Mr. predict Topper Hampton, Jimmy Bartneau a tab on their plant bed.
of business
preacher and Leon Newman, total will be 17 canals before victory wa the rebound necessary and Stewart Hlnaon on HOMESTEADEXEMPTION place oa has been a conalant and valuable 'for the flea beetle which eat \

,Minister of Music and Education the April 7 deadline. These will to recuperate front three various phases of DeMolay.The West Jefferson Street retimed member and lea always hole In the plant leave. Dill

First Baptist Church, Baln- come largely 'from Gadsden and straight defeats against AA flower Talk which leaches The Commission approved the been willing to serve In anyway Tappan entomologist" at the:
bridge Georgia will be the muilclan competlon and urge on to J. Qadaden change subject to a hearing by that h .
Leon County commercial feed- a very beautiful lesson of lrMalay Tewy McPheraon, could whn re riot Ida Experiment Station ...
the Quincy Zoning Board. WIt
for the week' services winning successful season wa given by Johnny County Tax Aaneaaur, alatecthre quested. ported the tint flea beetle to
\. L wish
The location of the prayer era.Ken Durrance of the Florida Quincy unloaded for pairs Taylor, swat Master CountII of are lUll tome SUO people ** to construct S "In addition U "the above, the county Fllday the 13th.'
warehouse UK ,
services on Tuesday eveningare Agricultural Extension Service, of run In the tint, second: the ."pIerftIo twice placed Hi the county who have not on property.A h* has served his people for U U believed by grower that

: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brink- jalnesvUls.,. will preside over and fourth inning to round out third In Mate competition for filed application for llomentead request for the City to be thirty year In the field of San the lobauce market will be Ifferted -

icy 125 Lillian Springs: Mrs. the Judging contest Wednesday their scoring the Flower Talk. Exemption. He slated that his responsible for repair and llatlon, and has for many year favorably by the It-leaf

C. K. Blount, Cleveland Street; April 8. The name of the commercial la the bottom of the first Inning -I At the meeting several gentlemen office would be open Saturday, tCenllneed en fag Twl linen s valued and trusted rill per plant market agreementand

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bryant, 107 feeder Judge will be, catcher John Veasey led received petition to March 28th from ISO ..m. to --- ten In the communities h* aerv the tact that the Cub**.

Dupont; and Mr. and Mrs. announced later. The annual! off with a walk, then after one join the Order, It wu hoped 4pm.Everyone. Santa Clara i ed. cured tobacco i* no longer
Blucher Blair 922 W Washing barbecue and calf scramble I*! out Rodney Joyner banged out that the film and speeches U reminded that "The Florid Aaotl/.llon of available,

ton. 10 be held that evening, and a single and Keith Uaughtry would give these boy and their April lit I* the abeolute deadline Billy Graham SanlUrlan doe appreciate Ur*. ---
Wednesday evening the services the sale will begin Thursday collected a double to dean the parents a better Idea of just for applying for homestead ham MrKeown and holds him in I

will be held it the church morning, April 9. base Qulncy scored In thesecond what DeMolay I* and doe. exemption and for filing per I tare highest eeleem and with TEC Honors

at I pm. the usual time for Doyle Conner, state eommls- frame after Frank Baker Th meeting .. one of the meal! property and Intangible Film RevivalMembers great affection
the Hour of Purpose and fray loner of agriculture, will led off with a single, two many artlvltlea of the Angus return. "It I II earnestly hoped that h* -
er. two present 1 wslk and several Bulldog error Hlnson Chapter has planned of the !Banta Clare will enjoy good health and eon Employees Ai
$100 scholarshipawarda *. The last sequence of run during DeMolay Month March Baptist Church would like to tissue to be active In the affairs .
to .11 and RAINBOW GIRLS
Thursday evening the prayer FFA member came on singles by Tommy 19 April 25.Refreshnreaita. remind everyone.. that they will of hi. eummunUy and his
service location are: Mr. and *. Gain > In weight contest There was a formal Initiation fellow Dinner
Biuldree Film Hanllarlan for
Reggie Bradley and were served by conduct "IUII, Graham many Parly
Mrs. John Brockman, Lillian prize to the top 10 in the contest for Rainbow Girl Thursday, .
a free trip to first by Ve..,. the Rainbow Girls. Revival" March 10 April 4 arose year
Spring Road Mr. and Mr. will be given by Jim Cur March 10 Thoa Initiated :
-- were at 7 SO each evening Respectfully presented by tight Talquln Sienna Coop* ,
Tiger pitcher Tommy Baul-
Lyle Jensen 100 Wallace Drive; man of the Florida Retail Federation credited with Nancy Jalllet, Ronnie King, RU dramatic gospel film The Florid Asaurlatlun of Baa-I erallve employee and two director
dree the
Mr. and Mr. S. 8. Puckett, Jacksonville.A pitched 9 Inning, giving win I BPW OffersScholarship Row Ann Fletcher, and Mary which ire full length fee lures Marian."' received service award
Lake Talquin Road and the feature of the up Leila Gilbert
two-day event -
and In technicolor will be ---- recently T h e*e receiving
runs on I hits, walking 4 and
Rev and Mrs. Guy R. Wade,. will be a calf scramble, In trlklng/ out 7. Gary tdwards, Refreshment were served shown There will be no ad- awards Include E. II. Mevelli,

1131 W, Washington Street. which 10 boy and five calves relieving Bauldree In the sixth, Th Business and Professional afterward. ,_ __.__ niaslon/ charge, but an offeringwill IreoUir.., 20 years| Fred Stall.dun
the latter -
from 300 to
Invited to weighing
"You are cordially inlshed up Issuing walk while be Used nightly to help 10 year, llayne llerold' ,
attend any or all of the meet 400 pound each will enter Coe.luiued *. Page Two Women' Club I* again offering Easter SunrUt defray the aapense of the Billy director, 1 years; Kvelyn Ward,
logs that you can," said Mr. the arena, and each boy will their annual memorial Graham Him ministry and rep- S years; Charlie Todd I yearn

Wade. try to put s rope baiter on a w hoUrshlp Ui' f 100 to a Quincy Servlct Planned I rt.Uv The nursery will Joe Uleeton, 1 year! U. i. Mob.rU .

call and place it In a gate Fire Destroys High senior girl I The Easter Hunrke Nervle be open 5 year: Charlie Cook, 8

This la laid to be even more : This scholarship Is t memor-I will be rwnderled a1.15 t "Veu will receive many blessings peers, Bert Crew. I year and

Gretna Baptist exciting than the usual calf Miller Home Ism to Mr*. Annie Lee Bulllvin Easier morning al IllllrreslCemslerr from the presemellon of f l'haree Quinary, 6 ., The

roping contest.Kiwanis. Mr*. Martha Holtnan. and Mlas the gospel In this unique way .ward* were Dreeented by Leon

Revival BeginsThe Fir of undetermined origin Alicia Mean. Tb. site ef the serves will ,Com. to the first service beginning K. Weaver, Cooperative men**
completely destroyed the homeof i Anr Interested senior girlihould be ee Ih* aid ef Illllerest Monday and you will attend -

Grew Baptist Church Hears O. J. Miller on the western contact Mis Bar Mew-I adjoining tile Halwnae ...... I them ill," Invite the II... ,garTh e award give at
announce a series revival s
outskirts' of Greensboro around art for an application blank.;
The Rev Thorns C. >tsey Mont !lash. pastor of the Safety Award Dinner held.
service beginning Sunday, at
2 30 Wednesday morning Application will be received I
March 29, and continuing I will brig lot etereuigeuwage church the end of s M,0"0 man-hour
Club TalksFive from April I to My I. No
through Friday night AprU I Key The Greensboro Fire Department will be considered application If Everyeee k eer- I The film that.will be shown peril la which there wee no
responded to the call but dallyseted Ie atteed.w are "Mr. Teias March W, a.-u_ oeldeM This
at S o'clock nl&bU"Spe.kPl' was
officials of the received after 8.
Quincy arrived too late to Otltown. U8.A:
1 save the March II, he second consecutive period
for the service will High School Key Club a KJwanl -
structure. "Houl In
Damage was estimated Conflict"April I,
of 40.0W hour which
be the Rev. Roger McDonald, I sponsored youth organ at 17,000.Gains i r "Wiretapper"April I, ".,.....I has meansthe
Cooperative new
pastor of the Central Baptist ration famished the programat
of the
ow Boumrrang' April
over KXMMK man-hour wilt.
Church Newnan Georgia. Harry the weekly meeting of the k
1 and .
LurlaApril 4
out s lost-llm. _Ideae.
Martinet, minister d music Qulnry Klwinlt Club Monday StandingThe
of the Seminole Baptist Church M the Jeffenon Houae. These The Cooperative now bat 11employee
of Tallahaaaee, wlU be In chargeof young men who were accompanied Cltisen Bank and Trust rl Band Festival ..

the music for the service. I by their "Sweetbeart," Compeny, Qulnry, which reported U connection with the safety
deposit of $1,24',184 on December
Mr. McDonald, a native of 1 Mill Janice Canuty, were Introduced Slit gained 107 place* Plans Underway I theme of she meeting, tlw.III./ .
Rome, Georgia Is s graduateof by Carl Fowler, program Bee, Mlllard llaeeetk driving award were presented.Theie .
In It standing the MOO
cb sir among Plan for the 1
Canon-Newman College sad man.Mr are shaping up were given to employee
Fowler tint Introducedthe largest commercial bank In Dtstrirt I Band Festival trbe-
the Southern Baptist Theological Revival Services Including IIetA J.JM.II
the United States during IM
past president of the Key dated for Friday and Baturday,
Seminary. He .u recently year, K. L. Driver and JohnMartin
the U S. Club Gary Edward, who then end now rank a* 873J lamestIn April 10 and II In Quincy
a guest chaplain of sins tempered with M42 At Providenco 14 year; Gilbert Porto,
mission Introduced Hugh Thompson, thenewly According to Charles' A
Air Force at a preaching 12 year toad Fred Brandon, 10
place *t the 'end of 112. Deposit
at the Air Force base In elected president Hugh of the bank totaled .V Burn, Qulnry Hand director, The Rev, Millard Hancock year The award were lot
Mr. McDonald has related briefly bow the Key approximately limo student will the
Orlando. 827,701 s year (go. nil I* conduct revival service *l eunuiletiiig specified period
religious speaker -Club Idea wu originated In are expected 10 perildpit the ProvloVnice
been active ass revealed In the 1984 Annual Baptist Church. without as otluenb
and 1(23 by group of me In See There. will be 22 concert
the of fifteen
since age Roll Call of the MOO Largest Greensboro beginning Monday, During till Cooperative'syears
ramento Calif., u s worthwhile bind and 20 starrjilng bands"
la Kentucky ,
has held pastorate March 10 and
Benk I* the United Wale 1I."lnI4h"'h of existence, its era
ud Georgia. substitute for undesirable frs published by the dally American card Mr. Burn. Sunday, AprU f The wrvlee ploys* have made come Intopreeslve
ternlUe In high school H [ District 2 I comprised of
The Greta BaptW congregation lUlled that Banker of Mew York which I II will bells at 1.JO each evenIng recurd of tsfety end
those l Jarkson
mss felt thatthe Liberty, Franklin, Cal.
Is privileged to hive :Mr Club II i the trade newspaper of the m AMT N'' ", ._ service. ftelety feeMrd are ee
McDonald and Mr Martinet for Key for would provide an banking busses. There ere n d + hewn, Taylor, Jeffersoo.and Made Mr. Hancock, setter of the I penalty Impressive rise Meek
opportunity Klwanlane Leon .
to Gad.den
snn WakulU.
these special aervke Ube palor *- put tout aruon their 11.511 bank* la the Called IndUn Bpringi Baptist Church of the work Include work e.
ltated.FIRST motto, Stile. counties.Deve Tsllahasiee, and marriage ewe poles eiposed U high vettegelertrklty
our Greatest Natural Ureeowild, president of
we educated at Metson and also night wattin
Resource" The aim adopted tot Quincy Band Pilroni, lathe University, University of Ftor-
GBORO r bad weather condition.
by the Nineteenth NaUonal ._aI cbjtmue ef tilt .
Ida and Florida >.... Valve, I ,
- -- -
SERMONS Convention of Key Clubs was SUNRISE SERVICE Fntlval.
SUNDAY any II r. has responded to thewselal
The Re*. Thomas E. CMiine. :t..uta.tr.summed up by Hugh us the Aa Easter unria service win eilnM/y of marriage At the Theatres

pastor of the First Baptist good the ; "Hetala the be eondurted *t T o'clock to the REVIVAL sad boss life ......1..... cos*,
reject Inferior
Church will continue the series be satisfied with second best"He never Creeoebore: WethodM Church Revival.,...... will be eevSurUd biasing evangelical seal with a This Week

eo -Jesue' Life And 011""" Sunday ended bill ulk: wick th* Ref, David Love serving M the Put Grew ..,. ereetlrtl approach Ie home life
by stating. last Threats attraction for
*10 ; a* the host pejtor .
morning. Lila aenaoe -Perbap the ambitious lust Church tie mllee west eftireeoehure memos
programof the coming week Include "Stan'sf
be entitled "Life Begins At the Key Clubs could be The message will be delivered at TM aeh wens topic for the week .
coe- i porV starring Rock
Xater.n ddered visionary for by tile Be.. Resieesj lAtmtncy .s leg beginning March St. I will be Monday'Where,
youth who Hud** today, Friday and let
evening service Mr. IUD human of the Creenafcore BapUst The lien, B. L Talley ef Ow II Tuesday
At the are bat ft prey "Who.. "or'i 'urday, Also Included en Beler
I Choose,
BueInneV chases with (pecial nude f InaUgham Alt, will bring
CMUno sermon, -Prlvite vtde star to which s wgoo urs- day double feature win M
_iSamueb..d on toe cam be hitched, and at the sen* lahed 7 the Methodist Chen the wsag ear* sight and
Book of I Ceetlceed ee rate!", elI flee TOM |* cordially Urvltedte THOMAS'BARB '{the N..wlllItIrrlIII RobertMllcbum
Chotr.CORRECTION 1lte 4. will be featured Bus

Kkk-OfI Breakfast AppreciationMember I NOW AT HOME ]i'An and Monday "Children ofI
I Good Friday Srrtco lUll I ttomned" will be playing
A -Kkk-Ott Breakfast" for of the Greeneooro Ie tact weeks Iseue W the ThonuM Barr who wad sob

the opening of the Caneer Cre- Band BnosUr wwW IU* toprese Tune it we inueeiiusly reported The coerledlM ressio Week au'ly ..... I* all ereWeelUt Tuesday sad W lllneada,.

.... baa beee erhedttled M the, apprerUtloai for the w*eyMtribuUoM that Miss Glands: fieteh- Hervk will be eaaducted *l the fall .... beee released. from I The Hill Drive-In will Save
Jeffenoe house for 7.4> Moav that have era er received e check frees the:1 firs Bap'III auto at 7.JO the T.11a"ets' Hueettal -.Ito grand epeelug Friday with
..... W end the Greewmoro Charles lleery Dopant Fe.- HIGHEST HONOR Th. !n. Bronsoa MatneY Jr erfI \Friday evealag.Forties. and to weJlMd Is ,ae Easter tat Hual at I e'elork.

dayHaste Tkjrpe to emttg ** School made Bead to the Ke* TortVerio" dates.. .Ie reroflniUa ef bur I I fhe That Preebirtetkai Chords to shown preeealiaq Ih*I ef the ucfUW (Mm* *l South Madlso tit,.:1 Tie Uoe," Marring WUIIaatHeUee

twos ade Cb irm.vi sad Mr*. Fair this ...-. ceoeisiHshaienu k* Ihe Fetor*I fclabeet koaor U Scouttaq dw Cod and Cows.,, by Buioer will be presented by He he bee a patient fa* I phi TDey ef the Trtf-

a BUckbvra of Ha .M HtneldeM C a Itiehardsea. arheol trtav HaM ukertlefAaerlre.* Thereward Award to Tramdt L McCafl Jr. (ceoier) and Will M. rae church tkour, bosMtal *uc* Kovember II.I Ida," itarrlflg Howard Keel
wae gives for bee work The Bv Thomas K. Cuttlae Ills Mr and MrCrt 0.11 be teetered Friday and ,..-
..... C-- ef the patents.
mny :1:1I
of the c:; Maxwell last Bandar Baombwj. rraocle to the sos efMr : I *
''esssrhuaooe u be euhwMtedUM :;H the 4-H ergaofcutloexi 'seetor Mdlly aches every l Jeiussoe, sar Thomas will iirday, TJortom and Oemnrrah.
ty leit: Cawrty TVnctj / this sttoUke the Thesess'e.ld and Mis. Frauds L McCa and Wa te Ike sat of ee W the ronsasunliy Ie .*i' welrOM 4U1U |,!nil his starring Stewart Granger 14acbeduiedj

The breakfast soul be "DvtHiTreat" 'I I It a* tee ':= psblaelle I I like l* spntnct**. I Mr and Mrs. T, Maxwell Photo by Martas Studio)ued. Odessa. | lof Sunday,


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CADSDEM COUNTY mm!. QtTtNCY, nORmA, rTr,55flAV. MAneR 211, mt
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'. 1 : ANY MORE
___ I perjona
;f>''','' Wood-slatted trash csns are
., '!:7r: adding s new look end decora.

< Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Drlarn.pent live touch to the park area surrounding
: several days st their the famous Washing
:1 eo. home here and bsd ss their ton Monument la Washington,
: guests their son In law and D. C. and la many other areas
In the park-filled Nation's Cipi-
daughter, Mr and Mrs. D. C.
Williams of Tsllahaswe. tal, reports the National Loam.her .

.. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Newberry., Manufacturers Association
:Mrs. J, R. Newberry and Miss With the new refuse receptacles
C end In Jacksonville with relatives. which Is charged with maintaining .
They saw the Ice Follies I the city's historic
while there shrines and park areas, 1s prov
tINCIFL4 Mrs. In Price who teaches in hag that trash cam don't haveto

Pdhsm, Gs. spent Spring Hoi'days look trashy. More than 800
a _
,, st her home here. of the stylish new wood-sUtted
M.... Willie Powell of Tbonv cans, with bright red liners,
-- --- stvllle was guest of Mr. and have been placed In service.

TRUE FISH STORY Billy Edwards (center) and Sam I Mrs. Frank Whittle the first. NEW
are shown holding a fine of partoftheweek.
mess speckled perch caught Mrs. Pauline Lailie BOW AT WORLD'S FAIR
In Lake Talquln at Comfort Creek was among
Rocky last Tuesday. those attending the fish fry in
Herschel Edward. deft) said live minnows were used Crawfordvtlle Monday for Scott Lumber manufactured to new
..'" t bait engineered sizes is nuking Its
as Photo! by Martin's Studio.I Perry.Kelly and going from there to debut in three exhibit hou*..
I OUTSTANDING "Boy and Girl of the Month" awards | Mrs Gladys Whittle and Mrs at the 1964 World's Fair la New

were presented to Quincy High Seniors John Lewis Toy.: Quincy Jr.-Sr. !Joe Chester and children Mar- Lumber York, according to the National.
lor Jr. and Jean I tha ,Jo and Bennett Manufacturer Assoclatlon.
Mary Lee
Mynard by Carl E. Rude of the Bits And spent The exhibit houses, built
.i the weekend st Panacea and
Exchange Club which sponsors the monthly project High Honor attended the flab fry Monday by the House of Good Taste
1EDCATIQN-Th.nuxnb.r of housing unit for military' -- Photo" br Murtlni, Studio, at Crawfordvllle. Inc. were selected to Introduce
personnel at the U. S. Navy Mine Defense Laboratoryin PiecesBY Mrs. Joseph Suber left Sunday new dimension because -

Panama City was Increased to 66 with the dedication Key Club TalksContinued Tigers Defeat Roll ListedThe HUTCH son in for Isw Atlanta and dsugluer to visit Mr.her latest hi they materials are presenting, construction the

recently of 40 additional units. Principal speaker at the and Mrs. Don Chesser snJ method, and furnishings for
dedication ceremonies, attended by hundreds of civic ( from Paie One) (Continued from Pats One) Quincy SenIor !Mrs.. Chester IDeS son will son.rs- American homes. The new lumber -

and military leaders, was U. S. Representative Bob Bikes time down-to-earth suggestions mowing down B of the 7 betters I been High School released.honor roll has just While talking and drlnkln turn to Quincy with her IDeS sizes to are make improved and engineered
for project of practical achieve he faced on ..lrlkeoull.Quincy' coffee up at the corner cafe spend week. designers' and
of Florida. R. T. Miller, commanding -
of the first District Capl bullden'
ment." next home The following people had anaverage Tuesday afternoon the subject Mrs. A. S. Harris is jobs easier by pro-
officer of the laboratory, cut the ribbon officially Pat Firmer, 1964.1965III'. will be a Saturday afternoon game of at least BO In each of politics naturally arose relatives In Atlanta this visiting week. vldtng standardized lumber pro

opening the project Sikes (with hat) and H. B. president talked briefly on encounter with Cairo't Syrup- academic subject for the first There were four of ui st the Mr. and Mrs.. Cart Rudlo have I ducts aervloe.WooDt.that are dependable In
Bowen, president of Banner Construction Co. of Quincy, "What the Key Club Meant to makers April 4th. Game time- six weeks of the second se table. One was for Holler, one' returned to their home In Glen

contractor for the project look'on.. Mi" Judy Me." H* laid In part: "Key Ii 1:30: p.m. mester.12th, for Burns the other Dlcken-- ,.U, N. Y. after vUlUng her COMFORTABLE
prime Club IIr.deK.y Adams and
meant working together son, me for Kelly. We'reare
Bowen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bowen 1s the with your friends toward s com Score by Innlnra: Rich Ashley, Larry Barber still good friends and thst'ithe John, Mrs.Hinson K. a hss Jernlgsn.returned Wood U the most

young lady in the picture she was the official scissor mon goal It means collecting 1 2 3 4 1e 7 Totals Carol Crouch, Topper Hamp- way It should be.H.ve home after six months with the and most friendly comfortable material

bearer for the occasion. U. S. Navy Photo) money for the March of Dimes, Q'Boro 1020000 3 ton, Stewart Hinson, Carol Coast Gu.n11n Cape May, New live with, says the National to
fanh. I
aelllng Christmas tree Quincy 2202000 8 Mary Jean Mynard and noticed the Jersey.Mr. Lumber .
Mike Pamsre11th you new M anotse ls.-t .A_../...!..
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selling coffee st football games steel tower Just east of North : tlon -
and Mrs. Carl Heythekker. reporting on a
conducted -
ServicesContinued City Commission It means making money to lIT.deN.ncy B/iur Adams Street I'm told It Ia and Miss
Revival Johanna Heythekker among men and
Pant women
PlaIt AD
provide a scholarship fund to R hiYeomane. Coxglns, Mary Ellen owned by the Florida Power are from all
be given to 3b 3 I 1 0 Fletcher, James Fowler, Jimmie visiting relative in Lakeland of life to de.
from Page One) One) some deservingsenior Company end Is used for conv tcrmlne preference
( (Continued from Pare for mater
at graduation It also II 0 1 0 Ruth Howell, Martha May, Jean munlcatloni I isis
that Kever, I. 0 Mores Pat Farmer purposes. saw Mrs. Irs Hlgdon and Mr. and popularly used la building
means I 0 Dianne
Man" once each month
W.dllttlld.y"Be a ; maintenance of s railroad spur three men putting the finishing Mrs. Eddie Health of construction. Survey
'J'hufld."Belnl a Woman"! tiding In Shelter Heights where we attend s local church In a Sober, as 0 0 0 Peacock Tommy Preinell and touches on it late one evening spent Sunday with Mr .and .howed that wood one replies of
frlday "A Child'i Place", the track crosses a street right- body and are recognized by the Bryant, P 3 0 II I Connie Senlff. last week. They looked like Mrs. Warren lllgdon IDeS oldest and most versatile building the
pastor, It mean bentley, c 3 0 I 10th grade- Nancy Beane attended
Home Ii attending conventions
S.Iurday"When of-way waa granted ants at such dizzy heights. the baptism of materials far
Ralph outclaased
where we meet other Ilolaba, rf 3 0 I Billy Bryant, Hank Burnett,
Hell" Sund.y11 sm other
tike } The Commission palled on I Williams Hlgdon, son of Mr. materials In what
Harold might
Dean Ib Clements
Key Clubbers and discuss 3 0,0Fenn Wes DavIs,,
"When Home II Like Heaven"; everything and be called
second and final readings two cf George Gilbert Leone Have noticed quit. s lot of' Mrs. Joe Hlgdon st the emotional appeal or
from politics 3 0 0 Fall-
to the
Bunday 7:30: "pm. "The Unbroken -ordinances, No. 419, dealing dance that night In s word Blount, 2b ZOO cloth, Beth Fletcher, Linda Hln-building going on around town First Presbyterian Church Impact It was considered the
Circle. wltb the City's Pension Plan Key Club means W. Shepard, 2b 3 0 0IL ton, Marvin Miller, Lamar Mun- Dr. Reddlck's new office Is in Mr. and Mrs. Ed Flake of most "warm and friendly" and
Mr. Hancock1 messages will- No. 2, and No. 422, amendinga Jimmy Barlneau,fellowship. Shepard, U 3 0 I: roe, Bill Newcomb Roue Nelson the finishing itagei, the Health Odenton, Maryland, were recent the most ".ttracUve," II well ss
be baaed on what the Bible hat toning ordinance to affect apiece told of the several convention secretary Patricia Parramore, Mary: Department's new quarters are guests of Mn. James B. one which is "alwsys in Kyle."
to lay about marriage and born of property on South Robert held each year and the -!' TOTALS 20 3 .1 I Schuler, Marilyn Williams, Susin taut taking shape; Duys Tobacco Ball Sr.
and family life. Street st the request of UK. contents offered at these various QUINCY Woodward and Jimmy TayIde. Company has built new Mr. and Mrs. H. L Morris The grave of capitalism, If it
Following each service there Craig. bags lit revealed that meet-the 1 lisper AD R IIVtIleY -warehouse or cold storage plant ;10 left today for KJnsport, Tenn. Is dug will be the work of

will be s seminar for various City Manager Harbrrt Gregory state convention will be hold In II I 3 0 Bill grade Ann Chester, near the Seaboard Depot sod daughter vIsIt their ton in law and ,unconscionable capitalists.
age group with dIscussIons related reported that over 100 dogwood .April In Jacksonville and that Br.dle", II 3 0 I Mary Ann Crouch, Wanda I notice a new school building Sechrest,and Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
to age group InlereiU. plants had been let out- eight members of the local club Joyner,2b 3 1 I Dean Rick Embry, Charles i Ii going up .st the Negro school Mrs. J. L. children.

The music will be under the thui far on West Jefferaon plan to attend "At one of the Daullbtry, rl 2 0 1 Gardner, Dianne Montague, Arthur near Uretns.Edna the first of the Bedenbaugh week for left '
direction of Curtis Clark of Street. The trees are being setout tight who Is planning to attend,, Tharperf 0 0 CMcKnight Munroe, Sterling Renfroe, Ala to visit Florence -
Florida State Unlveralty. under direction of the Qulu- I would like to thank you, the Ib 2 0 0 'Janice Smith, Cheryl Snipes, and I had a real good Spears, en route to Mrs. Joe ". ,
The paitor, the Rev. Herbert cy Garden Club. Kiwanis Club, for the financial I Naff, 3b I 0 0 a Frances Susan Suber, June Wilson and barbecue supper and enjoyedthe Tenn. for' two week Memphis visit .. ,
Shepherd, extendi a cordial Invitation Gregory alto reported that help you have given ui, and I Dov.r, 3b 1 0 0 a Wynne. program at s Talquln Electric -with relative
to the public to attend James Cms, clerk to the Com- especially Mr. Fowler, one of Baker, If 3 1 I Bth "'.de- Vie Adams, Gin- Cooperative party Saturday Mn. K. H. Roillnn .... ._,

this series of revival services. million, was In Oclneivllle attending our sponiors, for providing 1 Luten, U 0 0 0 a ny Neal Cox Falrcloth., Linda Sharon Van n.t Cross,'h...-.The evening event at Is the celebrated Sawano at Club.the of her sister, -M.i-Glenn l 7t '
------- an annual short course transportation for ui to the con.TlYlor. 1'1 C n A' teth of Calvary .1 the .,
vention." : Peggy Farmer.: Elizabeth: Raker -end of each 80,000 man hours Women's I ., '
PrenneH Club
Raymond Hunt served ss clerkIn cf 100 luncheon In Cairo
Jimmy Taylor, treasurer Bttuldree Dolores Ray, Judy Russell, working time provided that no -lr Friday
SEPTIC TANK \ Mr. Cms sbaence. of p 211 Elaine > J. C. Dsvli has returned .
the club, gave s brief retnime Edwards 101' Shlflett, Barbara Sober, employee loses time because ofin from s two months ,
of the Greg Suber Kay Wolf. Allen accident The large crowd visit with
sctlvltlei of her .
SERVICEVACUUM Key Club daughter ;.f
Miss '
,W. C. Ellington members.. He called attenUon TOTALS 22 6 6 woodward and Gretchen Young consisted mostly of T.lqulnElectric' Davis in San Antonio Lora Frances ?'
7th Tex-
gradeLinda .
to the forthcoming sale of Ard, Jean employees and their She w" ,
'Succumbs Here light bulbs by members during WP_ Bauldree (1-1) Raker Julie Bales, Mark Bates, families, officials of the Coup {by Mr. and accompanied Mrs. J. W. home
the month of LP (1-1) Carolyn Bowman, KrUtlne and s few Invited guest and Davis
April Bryant (
u s fund Brown, Kay Cost Deborah Mrs. a B. Davit, who Were She Could Have
raining project "We also plan Cox also visiting In San
Graveside services were conducted to assist the Kiwanis Club Jeff Embry Mary Fletcher It didn't take Antonio.
memo me long to get They left
for William C. Ellington hen and the Gadsdtn County FFA Marianne Fowler, Penny Qlt 'my tithing fever cooled last, through South Saturday on e trip Danced All Night
88, of Quincy st 4 o'clock Hospital Medical Staff In the- Chapters bert Charles LInwood llarrell. Thursday. The great White Mrs. Paul H Florida.Smith 1
lat Thursday afternoon at the- second round of the or.1'I..- Vance Hewctt, Martha Lines hunter (Johnny Vause) and I laba."' U of Tal YDS snjor yourulf to Much, penN
Providence Cemetery with the- cine drive against polio," con. Hold Field Barbara Ann Mshaffey, Runel went wsy down below Ben Bos- visiting ZIl.ri Mary i .ant. to dance M snd. on, at any. oWe
Rev Herbert Shcpard officiating. -cluded Jimmy. DayAlTorreyaParkl Marsh, Juanlts MUford Wayne tick's camp on the Ocblockonee Bass.Mr. .nd Mrl. franchised by Arthur Murray ac. But
A group of Klwanlans from Dick Mote, Mary Norby. Lee Pel klnV and put a boat in at Swift of Winter Park Georga were M>erMy lull Bun hurt Initructlon will ss. !
CLEANED Mr. Ellington who was born the Tallahassee Club made an art Shaw. Karen Gall &lw- Slough Heck that river was guests of 'Mr, end recent asshlapenkgodsecieg.evsasgyn' *
Robbie Mrs
REPACKED In North Carolina was s formerresident InUTdub visit at the Monday, Suian Story Charlotte it wide si the Mississippi. We,luhn.a. ,. C.. D dancMt btfortl Confldmo sot ..
of Miami and a member meeting' f They were Gordon Sue Stoutamire, Jrrry Sober,fooled around out In the woods Mrs. Reijilla Allen IDeS poise corns ts you qutekly 5(15 M '!*'
of the Trinity Methodist Clifford, Tom Bales, 1L si Florida Future Farmers of, Victors and Archie Watson for a short while and called Us Betty Boyer of Winter Park Mi-s. can foi Trot, Ch.Ch*, WaltZ, end. de A
I I 627-8403 ]I Church In Miami. He movedto I"renkUn" Preston Dlvli and America from eight north Florida --- day Maybe it will quit rainIng have returned home following His mint Come to an Arthur Murray
Quincy a year ago. Wilfred Varn chapters converged on Torreys IMPORTANT DATE one of these days and the a visit whit Mi',. Mary Ball. Studio for i kalMiour $1.00 Trial' Ls'on. .
Mr. died Bob Young vice president State Park March 21 for river will have s chance to get Miss TUlle SmIth .
suddenly and
presided In the the third of four scheduled There will be i P.T.A. I back two
Night 627-6861 last Wednesday alter a absence of 1.. meetIng somewhere within the .Iaum.bet from ConveCal.
Ulneas. : W Dooner, preoldent.Antiques I Forestry Field Days Winning of the Gadiden County Fed banks. 1 did hsng on to one lelle, Sparllnbur", will
students and PTA Chapters In oration, April 2 at 10 s m. st fUh an old speckled catfish lhl weekend to arrive Arthur Murray
QUINCYVAULT Survivor 1 Include his widow,, five competitive events were Ute St. pur Episcopal Church. 1 got it to the top of the water, HolIdays spend Baster
Mrs. Cora Ellington, Quincy; Show, announced by H. E. Wood StateSupervisor "It Is I very important meeting my pole hit a limb and the Bradford h.. Dance Studio
CO. s step-daughter, Mrs. Ethel Ed. of Vocational Aerl.cultur. so please plan to attend," s rascal got off. I kidded Johnny to Irllnllton returned
: College
I wards of Sawdust; and a step- Sale ScheduledAt .. member said s little. Said It looked a lot C., liter Borne 224-6125
[ VAULTS MONUMENTS ) son, C. 8. Fsmbrough, MiamI. Estimating pulpwood sndsawtlmber .like him in the face. He'i-bad 1I01ld.ys with his the Spring

The Butler-Morgan Funeral Jr. Museum volume Larry Allan Bostlck, student st Un- about catching those speckled and 7ilr. Fount parenti, Mr. Tallahassee, Florida
Home was In charge of ar- Miller, lit plan, BlountstownSrj Iverslty of the South Sewsnee. 'cat when I'm catching bream
QUINCY angement Handall Proner Tallahassee -Tenn, and his fiancee Mica anyway.
The Tallahassee Junior Mu- Rlrkards Chapter John lane Elsaman of Atlanta, will
; 'lyeum wUI sponsor an Antiques I Coic Tallahassee, Cobb; and ipend the holidays with his BAPTIST
Show and Sale on APrU lrd, Randy Shelton, BlounUtown Sr.Contest Mr. and Mj Allan Boa-par.enta highly appreciated 1 HWANIAN BUSINESSMAN
4th and Slit t at the Museum Io- for estimating tree tick PIt on the back: "We would
KINARD ENTERPRISES Inc. fj1"1..011 Lake Bedford near heights and diameter*- Jerome like to thank you for the outstanding
i t Municipal Airport, Talla- Jenkins, lit place Quincy; Joe SPACE AGE USES: Job you did In pub-1 and ELECT
CHARLES KINARD. Owner bu.et. licizing our Band Concert
Combs, Bristol; Billy Hatcher. FOR WOOD on
Remodeling C Addition i Rhoir hours will be from 10 Tallahassee, Baa Chapter; and Wood, nature's March 13U, 1964.) The space
I m.'lo I pot on AprU 3rd Larry i only renewable you gave in your paper to pic
J and Miller
Sr. natural
NEW CONSTRUCTION 4th, and from 2 p m to 6 p m Land measurement Randal only basic material resource,to U have the i much tures and articles wto very/ WAYNE HANNA

S Garages Carports Porches on April Sin. Protaer, 1st place, T.lllbll_. round so many urn In the space: the Band appreciated Members by Mr. Burns,"

Roofing Siding: Cabinets Nearly from a Georgia dosen,sntlque Florida de.l.'en Rlrkards Sr.: Larry Miller, Blountatown -,age. Today's Hit of lumber Band Patrons Club, Inc end, The CLERK
Marion OF
and Knight products
labama ; Tal has grown to bY'j "We feel, as we know doJ CIRCUIT COURT
Florida Rooms Enclosures china will display furniture -., Raa; and Joe Combs, such products ss vsnllls that the fine tr.lnin.you thl I
"No Too Too and other- m*. :Bristol. Industrial wax, rayon for tire young people receive' la GADSDEN COUNTYDemocratic
Job I.arge or
entor of the In In another music
Small"m pant the four event log saw- cords, and space missile explosives. Is s credit to
Havana Highway Phone 627-8495 I ain Muwum buildings, and 'ling i competition was by team In addition, the labels and will certainly our communlt'i Primary
everything exhibited will be for entry, Winning FFA Chapters owere n many reducing tablets show become better citizens of tomorrow I Tuesday May 5. 1964 I
s ale. Bristol, lit place; Blounts the basic ingredient la -
A one dollar donation will town Jr.. BlounUtown Sr, and wood pulp. Toothpaste, Ice Sincerely yours YOUR SUPPORT IS SOLICITED
> be asked for admission to the Tallahassee, Leon Sr.. second cresin, and shaving meant use The Band Pstrons I
TIMBER. I[show, but the free admission through fourth respectively. wood pulp ss s sUbUUer. In- "Dave Creenwald. President.Club Inc". AND WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED

I policy to the Museum rounds In the log rolling contest, durfry Is using wood pulp to Thanks *again Mr. Green-
I will remain In effect Big Bend also by team entry, Blounts stabilise bricks, cement, eersmIc waldl! (Paid Political Ad,.)
Let Ui Help You Harvest Your Timber Wisely I Faint, the 1880's farm restoration town 8r. PTA Chapter took first products, and gypsum board..

Contact Ui Before You Sell! the Commissary the nature place, followed by Tallahassee, Another wood derivative cellu Mrs. James
: Leon Johnson
ball and ; Tallahaiseo, Raa Jr.. lose I Into
animal exhibits I goes more than '.:MIO
WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES! lie located on the grounds. with Quincy Chapter placing different products. Traditional I Hostess At BridgeMrs.

I Money railed by aponsorshlpof fourth. wood-derived standby are such I NORTH FLORIDA GAS CORP.
Florida Forest Products, Inc. the show sad sale wIll be Blountstown Sr. FFA Chapter products ss pitch, turpentine, James Johruon. who
I used to help operate and maintain accumulated the high point and rosin which have been pro often plays with the Tuesday MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE
Call James L Stewart. Quincy 856-5494 1 the Museum for Its primary of score II for the day with e total I duced In the United States- morning duplicate bridge club'

call write II: purpose of enhancing the educational Cash points. from wood since the mid IBOOs. entertained the members this Gas Ranges Prepare It
or or and cultural develop swards to winning boys, week at her borne on Highland. Better .
P. O. Box 305 Tallahassee. Flo. Ph. 2230669th l -n of children In this area of and chapters, were made svsllabls We often wonder who writes I Sandwiches, dips, cake sod cotol Water Heaters
e South. by the International Paper the slushy words to some fee ware served Novelties were:
Lunch and will be Co., and presented by James kits and why they awarded for prizes. ThermoLriree
I supper I I Dickinson are usually 1
a torved during the show weekend I dUtrlct IPC forester end I allowed to go free afterward Winners were Mrs. Maurice Dearborn Gas Heaters '

,In s small circus tent to be a' Last supervisor Owens and Mrs. Fred L. May Nora* Washers ..
Farm Bureau The Voiceof erected near the main bull hla.I .It set Field for Blackweter Dajrta the serlet.Where the polrUrel lightning first, Mrs. .. H. Strickland and'Mrs.
I Mate Forest near M River. will strike Is unknown but not E. H. Routoa. second, Mrs.' RCA Whirlpool Drrers
Forestry ReportThe 4. ulllOll. Ap.rtl |many politicians ere without Ben Duncan and Mn. Sam Hur-:
Agriculture hope i don, third. RCA Whirlpool and
Forestry Field Days
were or-
Gadsden County Forestry I gashed for participation by Nary. Reirlgeraton COOK WITH GAS

Crop-Hall Insurance for Florida vegetable and Service burning reports 3.2 acres 3 woods la the fires pat!I, vocational representing agriculture FFA Chapters atudenu I HARRISON AUTO PARTS 24 BOOB DELIVERY THOCX3 RADIO EQUIPPED

tobacco growers 1s now available from Florida Farm a seven days. Number of woods, throughout Borth, north central,1' I 112 E. Washington Street
Bureau Mutual Insurance Company according to tires reported since January 1 I I and west Florida The hall- USED CARS Quincy Florida
of this year adds up to 12, burning day programs emphasise ass t< Telephone 627-6034
George Johnson, local agent i 184 Number of woods: [forestry skills acquired In 1 USED PARTS for oil niches

This newest line of crop Insurance) U In line with ago fires totaled st this 18 same woods time fires,s burn year school Sponsorship forestry 1s projects.by the Florida|I of Con and Trucks

Farm Bureau Mutual's effort to furnish a mote complete UK 1317 Ik'I'iI'I.I .Forest /t't..ortd.. Assoitlatloa i 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE NEED A GOOD PLUMBERIN
service to Florida grower I for the pelt In the week Quirwy averiged area of the Future. F&rssereI I WE BUT JUNKED CABS A BIG HURRY
of America. sad ,\ .. ]
I 80. Koardale. 2.JO; Havana j 1422 W. JeiJenoo MAIn 7-7115
Industries. AT
that the hall REASONABLE
Realizing season U rapidly approaching I' '.8U; end county I COST?
svwsce, :10
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Bureau Mutual
Florida Farm U In a position to accept -0--

applications for Crop Hall Insurance) Immediately. I I TIME TO WE HAVE I

Hall each year causes millions ol dollars worth of ttotee PalaisriessMnc or wont to contract -.JIA

damage to growing crops and few growers can stand I : .st>le ItxtaresCes Use ef I I a big or little Job? g -

the possible loa ol hail damage alone. SLidIng Materials I IC 1 THEN DIAL 627-8666
Ak.s Ahntassi EeaflMttatautM I Ie I
To ease this burden u large number of grower paya R..rl.g ft Sidle II 24 HOUR SERVICE:

small premium In order that the minority who sustain lIe_..".. Girts I IC I
Carey Aspsilt leeflmg I
bail damage can be compensated: for their losses. e Geld Bowl Sketracksad I I MOODYPLUMBINGCOMPANY

Hail insurance) doesn't In the least reduce) the amount I REMODEL GysBest* ......ProtectsXpertta k Fans SepvBeePirns I i ie 1 : 1927 Mainline Drive
of hall damage but It does noble a grower to better BUILD HeiMlrtes ef OU r Item I II I

withstand a possible cash loss on his crop. I BELL & BATES HARDWARE CO. I QUINCY. FLORIDA

Ma 1:1 IS NORTH MIDLS01 STRICT QUMCT I pea sq Swap o Aiwro (.ce.y.1m5p.c Next Door to B&H ConstructIon Company1'AtJl

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:dente we shall continue to meet I ed feeder calf sales The tlr-t hero come bat'k.r after t
ill of our responsibilities to held last veer, was so UCTOMU. I ear and spend from two
THE :onsumen, to producer and to that our cattlemen are ilioniin .icks to several month Tbn
,he vast complex of enterprises interest in more for this yeas re careful with their money
making up our agribusiness. Under consideration are I*I nd get value received and seem
FARM sales for steers and one fui II thoroughly enjoy themselves
The tact that mine will be heifer intouched by the whoopee and
FRONTBY the only name for Commissioner Represented on the pin sales ,loopl that surrounds them
of Agriculture on the ballotIn committee besides our Department Then there are the grlfters
the next election I consideran are Florida Swine Pro .he job seekers, the touts and
DOYLE CONNER expression of confidence in duccrs association Agricultural adios of the evening They folow '
COMMISSIONERFLORIDA my administration of this Important Extension Service, and Vocational the money looking for an for your Gaster feast
office Agricultural Education opportunity to make a fast
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE I'm grateful, therefore that Representatives of the Florida ., buck They hop bells, watt
I have the opportunity to continue I Cattlemen association are, i able, sell souvenirs, wash
Sine I took office ti Commissioner serving the people of Include don the committee lor Hides. drive cabs or buses POULTRY SALE !
on January 3, 1961, It and fulfill all the responslblUtlei Florida as Commissioner and graded feeder calf sales Klveou a lip on a dOlor
has been my constant endeavorto allotted by law to my office, aa I member of the State Cab hone. show you where. to go
Improve the services rendered hai required much careful readjustment inet.As TO CLASSIFY and what to we, for a price and
to the people of Florida by of many of our activities I said, much has been accomplished manage somehow to eat and
I reorgsnlzed and enlarged Department from time to time Manyof but a great deal sleep and sometimes make a
of Agriculture the step taken have resulted remain to be done In the years TOO LATEBy bundle.
At I review the put 3V4 in Increased efficiency and ahead I'm looking forward to They say It take all klnd
years, It It very gratifying to operating economies without continuing an active participation : RUMen Kay of people to nuke a world and
not that we have accomplished sacrifice of services rendered In the progress of Florida,: the Gold Coat has all kind
a great deal Demands for I'm proud to say that our Department In conduct of the Slate busIness With northern visitors to entertain They pack her hotels, motels
our services have been Incress- personnel la most responsive by the Cabinet and in the 1 found It a good excuse and restaurant, her race track
log steadily all along the line. to the need for adapting administration of the for a trip M Miami White and frontons her buses and
Aa the atatet population, bus- to new conditions as they ment of Agriculture Dl'Parl-1 I base visited the Magic Cltj cabs. stores and shops, beauty
ineu activities and agricultural develop Their dedication to I between seasons and during parlors and bsru-r palaces, and
enterprises grow, to doe the duty, and their efficiency in all Graded feeder pig sales. summer It had been a longtime we love 'em, God bless '..m.
work of the Department. the services we perform In the which made a modest bow In since I was there at the just like New York, Maine, the
To satisfy growing: demand. public Interest, gives me eonfNOTICE Florida with two events at auction height of the winter season, Carolina, Las Vegas, and a lot
markets In 1962, are provIng ..nOr.: d my eye of other places like u* whenwe
to be successful and ate Coast area It lose our mind and go seekIng .
winning Increased Interest of swamped with tourMs The greener pasture. :
I the swine Industry: motorist. unless he checks In God Bless Amerlias GO, Go Certified Grade "A"TWKEYS
Said one North Florida hog early, will find the "No Vacan go ll keeps the wheel turning
farmer recently: "I've made, cy" sign the order of the day and the axle greaxed
more money In the past year: on the main arteries, and room I IIC's
with feeder pigs than 1've ever 1 are hard to find even off the ib. 39c
made In any year.Ive been In highway In MeetingLast
the hog business' The average good motels are
TO ALL He pointed out there a big full up every night at rates' Wednesday
sating In time and feed costs from $18 to SJ4 a day or more. Grade "B"
if he brings his plus up to the same accommodations you The Quincy Junior Chamberof Florida Grade "A" StewingHENS Georgia
feeder weights of 70 to 90 pay from $10 to $12 a day for Commerce met at KtUrell
HOME OWNERS pounds That takes about 11 to In the off season Restaurant In their regular
II weeks Also, he can use The swank hotels. like the meeting last Wednesday
more sows and consequentlyraise Fontaiiubleau, Americana, Eden '
William D Hopkins. State Attinnev
more pigs.Previously Roc, Deiuville are all jammed
Seeand Judicial Circuit FRYERSc
he had been carrying and the night club featuring of Florida the
was ipeaker
Wed. 1 1964 top name entertainers are turnIng
April all the litter up to mssket them away The beverage Mr Hopkins. a past president
weights averaging 200 of the Slate Association of
pounds It takes about minimum I* $A with dinner or
22 to 29:
I'rosecutlng Attorney, spoke on C
$10, if choose to drink
weeks to do that you your lb.23c hUP
the subject of t'rlme 1'I"l'V.n.lion"
Is The Last Day To File For I nourishment.The Stressing the need for
Graded feeder pig tale prices thing that amazes m* IIth.t an adequate approach In three
in 1983 ran about $4 a hundredweight most of the tourists are separate areas, Mr. Hopkins,
over the average for the; from New York or other metropolitan who has served 16 year as a''
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION! two top grades, With prices / areas. In spite of the III'ollt't'ullnJl attorney, pointed
lower In J863, top graded pigs fail that they have plenty of out that vie must have good local -
i lUll brought $2 to $4 above entertainment and nlrfi. life law enforcement officers,
the average There were 0' the finest food and accommodations fair and unbiased courts and I MULLET lOci I
sales that year. In their own back yard, proper<< penal and rehabilitation ,
This year 14 graded sales they get a big kick out of a farllltles.
have been scheduled and top trip to Miami and don't mind ,
spending several At the business meeting preceding
NEWI i pig In the sale to date again bundled dollars
are bringing price materially for a few day In the FlorIda the program there wasa
I report on the progress of
above swing
average Now the Pork PanSAUSAGE
plans for the
Florida Feeder Pig Sale While our blue sea and sunshine Jaycee Radio Day' Fresh PorkSTEAK
committee -
HOME OWNERS I of which John Stiles, have their appeal<< there which la to be held on Saturday..
March 28 Radio
I chief of our Marketing Bureau la more to It than that. Wlnl.'I'In Day Chairman
I la secretary-treasurer, I II studying Florida Is a sort of status Dim Mwnhart, reported
the feasibility of inaugurating symbol It means you can afford advertising sales are progressing
a telephone-bidding serv to go with the crowd and and h* Is flnaluUng theschedule
MUST APPLYIN ice for the boy the thrill of Jaycee announcer
convenience of buy- you get Ulklngabout who will .be on the Air that
ers It when you get bark

PERSONALL Newest HAULINGTRUCKING development Is l1'.d'l I less home balllwUk folk normal,who who life lead wouldn't In a their more home think or dayOther and appointment Wendell business of of Rldlehonver the William Included'Motor Jalllrl a*\the cochairmen 'ehli -. lb.39c 4 lbs $1 .

boning 'I Ie Inspection project which
*!UI be conducted April nth,
spots, let their hair down when and the I
PERSONAL PROPERTY RETURNS AND they reach the Gold Ctoa*. .McMillan appointment, It C Mills of, and Norman Turn i I r
They spend like
INTANGIBLE RETURNS MUST BE FILED IN money drunken Oumbto to serve on the nom-
sailor and love It and when inating committee fur i1 M
ORDER TO AVOID 10% MANDATORY ALL KINDS I their dough runs out they highball year's officers. and dlrectoia hut
for home and start saving {
PENALTY It up for another spree come JOHNSON ANn ,OJJ
and Long Distance I next winterThen J

AT THE Furniture Insured I there are the real sunshine tip that a Cuban suicide
seeker Plain folks from pllut might try to ram Prell1-
TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE small towns, farmers from the dent Johnsons JK transport on
Sam ,midwest, small business men' a recent trip to Florida created
Hutley mo Uy senior citizens, who I wartime-type security surrounding .
,come for rest and ret..lIlIn the Chic ExecutiveFor .
COURTHOUSE BASEMENT 'among friendly folk They further security, the I:
MAin 7-6433 soak In the motel pool, play President was flown In an *
QUINCY. FLORIDA i I shuffleboard, hunt for shells ullve jet operated| by the 11't'-1
on the beach, lake drivesaround Forcenale'ad of his ., 1 .. At
the and seldom 707 No advance a Y i
area jet announcement 1
McPherson Tax Assessor _
Tewy J. S. ADAMS ST. .drink play the ponies or go In was made of his arrival

I ''for night _clubbing.. Many of iw departure ..--- j jfr.

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BONUS WINNERS Carrie Bell Lawrance, JIUUel/U

Vita Lee Sanders, Nepallon Mody

J. T. Morrell and lee Bentley

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of the CUM, atraogtli and financial pro- obligation W* art mindful of the CODa

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GADSDEN COUNTY TIMESand Monday, April 6-- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m.. Jefferson Home: :cry Because or changes In people art glad to get the reports
American Legion. John W. Shaw, Poet No. 84. 8 p.m. IK social who"security earned laws well manymikirs over early and encourage peo
CO,1Unulna pie to make the reports u
Fs soot
THE CHATTAHOOCHEK TRIBUNE tr American Legion Home; Masonic Lodge, Gadsden S1200 were due most of their as the forms come from tilt
Published each Thursday it IS S. Msdlson Street rwr Chapter No. 30, RA.M, TalMar-Quin Council 23, ociul security checks payment centers The social securlty
A John H. r N.w.cap.rESTABLISHED Although social security, office In Tallahassee hal
'ry 8 Masonic Building; Social Security Repreeenla- .
IB01Qulney p.m. :nent centers expect more annual annual report forms for thou
florida live, 9:30: a.m., Court Room, Court House; Boy Scout report this year than ever workers who lose the ones they
Troop 203, 7.30 p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, before, they don't expect to receive from the payment ten
e.ro.d "MS -.. rald M Oui-r .lead. How ABOUT WAR ON PRODIGALITY? Church. have as big a problem handling tea. ss well as for those who.
4 p.m., First Presbyterian them For the first time the annual ,
One Year tt 00 Two Venn fftftO SIB Month I17S not received report form

J L, Hotchln .?..- Publ..Rsr Tuesday, April 7- Canning Center, 8 5; Rotary Club, .card reports forms will These be on cards punched will- but 963.who earned over $1200 it'

Don Carman Ade.r$,"a.0 sad N ttIIa 1 p.m., Jefferson House, Garden Club Board Meeting, be easier. for the worker to flU A representative from
8 p.m., Garden Center; Lions Club, 7 p.m., Kittrells out and easier for social security office will be at the Courthouse thin
payment centers to process
Cafe.Wednesday. In Quincy every Monday from
CONGRESSIONAL 930am: to 11:00: a.m. to
The.btor of checks s worker
1, NATIONAL EDITORIAL ACTION AGAINST April 8Navy Recruiter, 9:30 a.m., Port gets eacta year depends on persons In filing a claim or

= IAS C TIN Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Cafe; Exchange he estimate of earnings hli'el erninn wanting social other Information con-
lt matters.Floor .
ui the
early Whenhe
<, 0 Q Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter, 9:30: sends In his annual year. report,
/ a.m., Post Office; Marine Recruiter, 9 a.m. 12 noon he social security people checkto
; Post Office. see If the correct number of! Coverinc.
checks were mailed out to him ,I y
In 1963 Some workers will

This Is Tyranny The National OutlookBy find Administration that the owes Social them Security more I Inlaid Including Upoltum.formica rabbet

checks for 1063 Those who .... corkCounter
Supporters of the "civil rights" bill as passedby made low estimates of their
q EX4 George Hacedon Wi3 earnings have to
v may refund
the House and now before the Senate are now M
directly or Indirectly addingto some of the benefit payments Top
saying that Its punitive provisions would not be so bad 5t'+' MANPOWER UTILIZATIOV! It in the areu where they they got in 1983 bull
In actual practice as critics have warned. f 7c SOME FACTS of settled In other words, there others may be due bigger Work
FNpE1y D The Manpower Reports
P has been a tendency, although check in 1064 because their
It may be unconstitutional but It would only deprive the President and his Secretary a slow one, for unemploymentto .96J earnings added enoughto
some of the people of their rights. It may be economically of Labor give much food. spread Itself more evenly their social security wage AH Types
but would for thought throughout With.In over the country It seems reasonable record to Increase their monthly -
destroy some
the limits of this col-
space to conclude that If the benefit amounts The annual''
business; deprive some employers of the right to hire and umn we can examine only two general economic picture had report for 1963 also calls for an Expert Installation
fire, promote and demote, take away the seniority rights factual items which seem to ui been brighter the unemployed estimate of 1984 earnings Social
especially significantThe would have left the depressed security payments centersare
of workers.
and well-earned job security some
tint la the startling fact )
areas in larger! numbers and guided by these estimates
Those who are drooling ov.r emotional frosting of that over the past six years the been able to find jobs elsewhere In sending out monthly checks SHEFER.BUTCP
Integration that obscures the poisonous sub-strata of this net number of new full-time In 1964. K
when Labor And The FEC jobs generated by profit-orient All this suggests that one Important Although workers have until i "' le.I, V ** Ai.W'rlaueY
eleven-layer cake are quite correct they point out ed production for satisfying aspect of our manpower April 15 to nuke their annual I I" Flouts
that: private wants has been prac- utilization I problem I has reports, the social security)
Not every person whom a Federal inspector anda President Johnson was clearly right in demanding an Ically tero been the absence of an overall! ...
end to "criminal action" in connection with the strike It II true that total non-farm economic climate which would
Federal Judge might consider In of the "pub
employment increased by.,- have encouraged
greater ex
lic accommodations" section would be denied the right against Florida East Coast Railway. 300,0(10 between 1057 and 1963. panslon of private proflt-mak I, STORY ELECTRIC SAYS!
of trial by Jury and thrown Into Jail. Avoiding a judgment on the merits of the strike But almost half of this, about Ing activities Economic til-
Not business would be demoralized itself, he didn't hesitate to warn that no one will be allowed 2,000,000 Jobs, represented the mate .la of course merely a 'WRAP YOUR ROOMS IN COMFORr
every Increase in the number of government convenient term that coven''
forced by a Federal overseer to fire worthy workers and to take the law into his own hands. A comment of employees, mainly In practically everything affecting
replace them on a prescribed pattern of color, creed and/ this sort in connection with a labor dispute is both the state and local governments businessmen decisions taxation WITH ELECTRICBASEBOARD
This leaves about 2,400000 labor relations
unusual and refreshing.Law foreign
or national origin. as the Increase In private nonagricultural competition, cost and
Not every parent would have the control of his enforcement agencies, Including the FBI, will employment. But apart levels, etc, etc.Social HEATERSBaseboard
school-age children taken out of hi. hands. follow through on the President's admonitions. of this about a thirds -
The FEC line is a small operation running from the employment In private
Furthermore it has been said that this Administrationthe trms generated by expanded Security
( present on., not the next or the next after that) Is Jacksonville to Miami. It has been In receivership for government procurement An- w

not going to be too tough.But thirty years and was losing money when the strike was other component of the total Is InformationMany f z

somehow, regardless of the benevolent and for. called over a wage increase demand thirteen months non-profit the Increased Institutions employment- estimated In. Gadsden County cltl-/

giving spirit of the Attorney General on whom enforcement ago. Now it is edging into the black on an almost.normal at 700,000 the numberof runs have special social security .

rests or the physical Inability of the swarms freight operation, and the strike appears to have been part-time jobs included In 15. These reports reports to nuke due by April
the total increase Is 600,000 I are from
for in the act to all offenders lost. "ho drew
of snoopers provided bring When all these components' anyone social secur-
to book, we remain opposed It's not hard to find the reason. At the time of the are eliminated, the Increase In ity checks In 1003 and earned

We do not want dictatorship for America. We do strike the line had 2,100 employes. No wit operates with ulMlme making activities employment for In profit- only over exception 1200 from to working.this rule The is Y

not believe In placing arbitrary power to do or not to 850. In other words, there is at least a plOUlllble"infer non government demand satisfying figures for thorn who were over age Electric Heaters bo
do in the hands of the Executive. Nor can we conceive ence that not all of the other 1,250 persons on the pay. at only 300,000, In the perIod 72 fo rail months of the year can
of the Senate of the United States which II our roll were really needed. With feather.bedding still a 1957-63 reports Social this security than expects more the answer to your Heating Problems
A second year ever be. '
last defender against this villainy handing over such live issue, this is a blow to all rail unions. And it is an brought out In curious these reports point fore became more people who whether it Is one room or the
exposure which undoubtedly has contributed to much of 'relates to the geographic distribution were still working got social Entire House!
power.Let of security checks in 1963 than at
the violence. unemployment. A
all who prefer Constitutional government in sample of 12 areas In which anytime In the program's his.i SOLD AT DEALER COSTWE
America say so In writing to both SenatorslLyndon's ) The railroad claims it has been subjected to more unemployment has been relatively -
than 200 acts of terror and violence, costing it In excessof high in recent years showed -
$500,000. It blames the strikers. Union leaders have an actual decline In the number ) la l PAY THE FREIGHTT.E.C.
ConferencesLyndon of
spoken against vollence and blame the accidents on 957 and unemployed 1983 Meanwhile between, the Members are Eligible for Installation
"shoddy maintenance." But shoddy maintenance, if umber of unemployed In other -
B. Johnson has held his first press conferenceand Allowance for the Installation
there Is such cannot account for dynamited tracks, rifle areas not especially regarded -
It was different from that of his Immediate prede as renters of unemployment of Baseboard Heaters.
shots fined into engine cabs, cut air hoses and the like. bu Increased
cessors. Roosevelt had friendly Informal exchange with substantially.

small groups in the Oval Room of the White House. strange The result explanation Is that for Jobseekrs this- STORY ELECTRIC

Harry S. Truman carried this on for a time and QUINCY have been moving out of
then switched over to the Old State Department Building laces of persistent unemployment
CALENDAR reducing the unemployment 1100 W. Jefferson MAin 7-8686
and was even more regular than FDR In meeting the OF EVENTSA In the area they left and
press. He left himself open to any and all questions and
questioners to a hitherto unprecedented degree. Truman Community Service by the

sometimes fired point-blank back at his questioners or Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce 627-8518 val. 4d
lost his temper to a degree, but he nevertheless carriedout t

his press conferencepolicy In a most democratic vein. I Calendar is based on Information reported by club e
Dwight D. Elsenhower sometimes sounded pained at
secretaries and program directors) as oi the Friday preceding
his conferences, and didn't take to them like a duck to
water, but he held such conferences regularly and

continued the Truman custom. Thursday, March 26- Canning Center, 8 S; Florida

John F. Kennedy was a master In the art and conducted State Employment Service, 9 3, S. Roberts St. J

himself with tremendous assurance, with a high. y
Friday, March 27- Canning Center, 8 5; Alcoholics .
voltage sense of humor and unquestioned effectiveness.He I
Anonymous and Al-anon Family Group, 1pm., Jefferson
in addition, opened his conferences to television -
House Air Force Recruiter 9 12 Post
; .
which the networks didn't always offer the people by the

way Monday, March 30Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson
Now come. LBJ, and he seems to realize he cannot House; Social Security Representative, 9:30: a.m., :

match the Impromptu talent of the late President Kenne. Court Room, Court House;' Boy Scout Troop 203, 7:30: t ,

dy. He pitches his conference answers In a low key and p.m., Scout Hut; Girl Scout Troop 149, 4 p.m., First 4
sits at a desk and chats in a friendly fashion. It Is Presbyterian Church.

something of a move In the direction of the Roosevelt
fireside chats. Tuesday, March 31Canning Center, 8 .5; Rotary Club,
1 Jefferson House.
One can find no objection to a President adopting his p.m., .

own style. We can hope that the new President will Wednesday, April 1Navy Recruiter, 9:30: a.m., Post 1

hold conferences regularly. We can also hope that the Office; Jaycees, 12 Noon, Kittrell's Restaurant; Exchange '

two candidates for the Presidency this year will agreeto Club, 1 pm Jefferson House; Army Recruiter : Planningahead

debates on television, as was done in 1960, when the 9 a.m., Post Office; Marine Recruiter, 9 12, t.y tb'
American people were given an unprecedented oppor Post Office. .

tunlty to sit in their homes and see and hear the men ,
the issues that Thursday, April 2- Canning Center, 8 S; Florida State 8
who would lead their country debating :
laced the nation.Losing Employment Service, 9 3, S. Roberts St. F + to serve
Friday, April 3- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon
A War Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Paul's Parish House; Shrine ; It' A you better

Club, 7.30 pnu Kittrell's Cafe; Canning Center,

There eeems little doubt any longer that we are 8.5; Junior Woman's Clubs, 11 a.m., Woman's Club;

losing the war In South Vietnam. And there seems little __ Air Force Recruiter_, 9 ._ 12, Post Office. N : s,_ t New and improved petroleum
doubt that our policy In that country has been a highly u .1'' ,4S\\ products. Better fuels for

debatable one for some time. I I 'O $ business and Industry. Thee
In getting tied to the dictatorial Diem regime, with its
t are the South' 1964
religious persecution we hitched our wagon to a hopeless ii/
cause, and an obsolete and Intolerant philosophy. MJ .b. a" dividend from America's

After that there was no good way out of the swamp. most modern o3 refineryi' -

The two governments which have followed the Diem (f / ..> ,ors recently opened by Standard
dictatorship have not been able to arrest steady communist G '
gains and It actually seems as if the Vietnam soldiers ': nr+ Oil at PtecagodU. More

lack the reeotution and conviction to win In battles 1 3 _ii .b powerful psoline*' designed

against fatal handicap.the communists. This morale problem may be a IU GOOD REASONS \ ? 1. to give you betterperformance

and increased
Many people In the United Slates strongly questioned
the decision of President John F. Kennedy to send Americans WHY YOU SHOULD z w mileageare almost reedy

directly Into the battle and now more than a 'a t t 'itL; flf'OO to test in your car.You'll .

hundred hare been killed. How long will we continue, find
lwctc e them soon
it now being obvious that we are not winning? HAVE AN
ft is a painful situation for the Johnson Administration j ,, rjr ri.glt ; ttr+*, .Nw wherever y aac the)
though the President himself Is not as squarely on the Standard OQ ngn.
spot as the late President Kennedy would have been. UPSTAIRSTELEPHONE ; I

since It was he who decided on direct Intervention of our
c,,,, d et'. take beater ears d yen.qP
military, even If In a limited degree.We .
have been losing the war In South Vietnam i

even though some of our State and Defense people have I,'. i STANDARDOIL

uttered misinformed or overoptimistic statements to +

Congress In the past year rosy statements contendingwe
were winning the war. tltt Rt'

One of these days we are going to leant our leeeon

In the Far East that these people are marvelous at 1

spending our money and fighting wars which drag us a d ee

Into them, and which we have no hope of wincing, finally.
And even when we do win. governments are overthrownoften -

and cheaply and the picture may change overnight P. H. SPEARS Agent Fla.PAG"
Whether any additional American lives should be ;; m Quincy Telephone Co Quincy, .

rificed the moment.in South Vietnam Is certainly a grave ICIO-j I

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with the sauce during the UsS "If.at.* and federal law on IWilIiameek
Beatles Create Tips Given On to 7 minutes. the employment of children differ -

Pork spareribs, while a reel l ," Huetlner added, "the
Outdoor Bar-B-Qs Is Reassigned
delicacy are a little more diffi
should be
Big Controversy cult0 barbecue outdoors higher standards"
by Mel Sharpe Spareribs should be cooked observed Amarillo AFB, Tex. Airman
At well-done, and this I* a little Huettner reminded youngstersthat Third Class William I L
Quincy HighI There U nothing that whets without IIpncllr.11y
hard to accomplish a high school education Weeks, ion of WlllUm IL Week
the appetite 10 keenly ** the charring the thinner area of these
grilledor \ the ribs. To help avoid charring a necessity of 1117 E. Jefferson St., Quln-
of meat being
I aroma
LOVE THE baiberued outdoor.. Here the spareribs should be days when there are fewer and cy, rii., li being reassigned to
are a few pointer which may parboiled for 13 to 20 minutes fewer job opportunities for unskilled Moody ATB, Ga, following lilf
BEATLESby help amateur chefs achieve before grilling\ and the barbe- labor lie urged them graduation from the technical
grater success In outdoor cook cue sour should be added 3 to :to Slav In school and graduate training OOUTM for United
Sally Hall 7 minute before take-up If Addition Information on the Slat Air Form Jet ilrertft may
I ery.In you elect: not to parboil the ch11d-labor provisions of the chanlis here.Airman .
I like the Beatles because grilling or barbecuing a
rib, basting with a vegetable Fair Labor Standards Act m.ybe
think they're so cute! The well-established evenly distributed Weeks WM trained In
oil will minimize charring of obtained from field offion the maintenance and In
jug seem to fit everywhere bed of coals U essenUal -
Except with a few parents''!! According to Dr. A.. Z. the thinner areas or rib ends. of the U. S, Labor Department'sWan lion of jet fighter pUnei c Their hair and eyes are adorable Palmer, associate meat sclen- Patties made from lean and Hour and Public In UN by the Air Fore.
They look lib a bunch tint with the Florida Agricultural ground pork can be grilled with Contract Divisions. Located atJOS A former student at Quincy
of shaggy, cute dogs (That Experiment Stations, It great success, Dr Palmer says Pool Office and Court High School, the airman enter
i flu should be grilled House. SII West Monroe Street, ed the service In October 19B3.
doesn't mean they're ugly, because takes 30 to 43 minute to establish patties
they're not'! All of them turn a source of heat 1 well-done, and barbecue sauce Jacksonville, Florida, the office
have brown eyes but Ringo, During the cooking process may be added shortly before''I. supervised by C. Truman
and he has beautiful blue eyes I rendered fat will\ [flame up at t.keup'ou will be pleasantly Uwce Despite the short routes and
surprised by their juiciness and quirk( cure, there li no .. yw.y
1 the coal. A plastic
love all their records, too. It drop on
lo that b worth
(I'm not the only one!) They're squeeze bottle of wa.er with a flavor. Pork patties can pro Winn-Dixie much.
:terrific! They have a certain: small opening la handy for putting vide an economical addition to
beat to them. The name BEAT out those null blaiea. This your meat menu as ground pork
: LES wouldn't fit with any other prevent an excessive amountof I* often more reasonable than Sales Increase
I .
group now that they already amok from accumulating on ground beef.Farm
have it and eVeryone Is the meat I ----- Jsksonvlll Wlnn-Dlxle READY MIX
used to It, and they wouldn't: Dr Palmer stresses the Importance Work OpenTo Stores Inc recorded sale Increase .
I seem right with any other of wing high-quality of 804 percent for the4werk
name. meats for grilling or barbecuIng Period ended March 7 CONCRETECONCRETE
Their clothes art wonderful,' outdoors. Beef steak should YoungstersAfter compared with the correspond
: too Boots and all! grade U S. Good or Choice, and Ing period a year ago
Some people hits the BEAT be three-quarters one Inch School Sales volume tutaled AB; *
LES and they're er.E)'. They In thickness. 210,170 compared with' IBS-
just don't know good people Dr. Palmer like to grill one- Atlanta Ga, March 23 (Special 888,374 during the same periodIn
:when they see and hear them! Inch thick steaks four to six ) "Children of any ate 1WI3, sn Increase of 13,321'
s la other words they're Incite away from the coal for may work on farm after school 798.
GREAT! a total of 18 to 20 minute hour, on weekend, or holiday, Sale for the 30-week period BLOCK
I 9 minute on tacit side aiming but when school I* In _Inn ended March 7 totaled IflOO
for a medium well-done youngsters under It belong In MIB1J) compared with $372,'
Sick, Sick bleak. Doneness will vary depending the cUmiroom." 81)6317 for the corresponding
upon the heat intensity That' the word from Henry period last year, an Increase of *
Sickby and the thickness of the A. Huettner. regional directorof : J7,4oSB03 or 47B percent.
I steak Grilling steaks for a th* U. 8. Labor Department's: Wlnn -1)ld. Store, Inc, Oakland ConertU
I Linda llsrrrll much longer perlor of time Wag and Hour and PublUi Contract which Ulcerates. a number of Products Company
I think they are rotten. Their takes away tenderness and Divisions, the agency! mipermaiket In this area, now
hair looks Ilk* a ,Irl'* hair: juiciness, I which administer the rhlld- has a total of 02.1: retail store Allen Boattck m4
they look like monkeys, and When conking short loin labor provisions of the Fair La- and B wholesale units through Jobs Tbomaoa
they ean't steaks, the meat scientist suggests bor Standards Art. Nit the South: compared with ."... MAhl T-IOH
Rlngo ttx.b like a stupid nuking alight cut Into The Act sets a ID-year age 603 retail and I wholesale units
monkey sitting up on that platform the lean In two or three places minimum for children working a year ago.
making ugly faces and on the outside edge to prevent In agriculture when school Is Insession --1
trying to play the drums, (which curling or cupping of the ilesk In the district whet.
he ean't). Ground beef patties, on-4ialf the child Is living while working R .. VOTE FOR
When they sri singing and 10 three-quarters of an Inch It applies to employmentIn
squatting up and down they thlrk, are excellent for out Interstate commerce or In V l
look like they have tnt In their door grilling. The ground beef production of goods fur interstate '
may be extended by mixing uniformly LeonardFOR
pants and are trying to shake commerce Boyd
them out but are not making with bread crumbs and -This means the law's child-
any progress. egg*. Patties mad of such a labor provision are applicableto i.
I don't like the way everybodyacts mixture seem to hold together" farmer who ship products, I
so over them. My sister ts better during grilling. or have reason to believe that
one of those who screams and Pork chops rut threequartersto their products wll b* shipped I COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
'holler when she toes them. My one Inch thick or pork Into other states," llueltner ex I
'mother doesn't like them. blade steaks for that matter plained. Till Include farmers
Another thing I don't like should be grilled\ six to eight who supply canneries which DUtrict 1
about them I I. the way they (Inches away from the coals. At ship the canned good out of'
sing and dance. They are just this distance, they will usually the Mat.
crummy. reach the recommended well- Home families follow tin Gadfdon County
I They're the ugliest thing I've done degree In 30 to 43 minutes.Since crop from one *tat* to another. (County Wide)
ever seen. Their hair' I* ugly, most barbecue sauces lIuettner said that the law applies -
their face are ugly, their shoes contain sugar, charring of the equally to children of Your Vote and Support
are ugly, their nose are ugly, sauce on pork chops and steaks these migrant families, Th. Will B. AppreciatedPaid
,and their clothe arc ugly. may be excessive If the sauce Is only exception I II the child 4
I They all smoke This Is bad applied too long before the working' exclusively I for hi* parent I
for them but maybe It will keep meat Is to be taken up. l>r. or guardian on their I own ( Political AdJ)
I them from singing Palmer recommend basting farm. I
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l I Fans Eighth Grad.Speakby Bratle fans

lI To the people who criticize w '\
First You'r out-numbered
I !
by proBEATLKS.Second. I # >> :
I : They have sen_ of ? I
,humor you never thought of
anyone who 1* an enemy of the
BEATLES Is an enemy of ounAND .
II anyone who like the Dave
Clark Five li an enemy of ours
LIKEPULLING I Good Features: They're different II
; they sing clean decent
I songs; they dress funny but
I.t least they aren't In faded OUTBOARDS CHAIN SAWS
blue jeans, dirty tennis shoes
and dirty, ragged sweat shirt
Right now they're the most I
Important think In shout 20
million girt lives That's too I

great many against to girls the take, BEATLKSIl who on ay In a they're fight I NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE

signed l by the lib grade
Tiger1 Tale
I New York A 4-yesr old 1
girl attacked her art teacher
when she was refused admittance -
TEETH ? to th* class because she
did not have a late pas
I It took several! teachers to restrain WHERE-Scott's Repair ShopTHE
the girl Th. teacher suf
fered a cut about the tan and
her glasses were broken.
i A short Urns ago a male teacher '-
NOT AT OUR BANK! wa* stabbed In the back by .
junior high shoot

I In fact, you'll bo surprised how easy it is to

I: borrow money at friendly Quincy State Bank .,... aIr '_1 HAS

SHlUWarFence! 'I

I your full service bank. Choose your amount Posts

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then select your terms of repayment; see one I 1 I ssisimssm


of the loan officers today. Tomorrow you'll be I


glad you did! (:

I Ii.i .w.....,r.Ceo....,..... MERCURY JOHNSON EVINRUDE

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Luncheon At I Wedding PartyAt \Rehearsal -

Jefferson House
WOMEN'S PAGE Luncheon Dinner Party

For Miss MunroeUrt Mr and Mrs Fount II May
Carl L Owenby and: Mr and Mrs. Don F. May andMrs Thursday

JIM daughter Ermine entertain Person having item of social nature/ are urged to call Fount May Sr. entertained Mr and Mr Sidney Johnson

ed with a beiuUful luncheon| Mr. May & Richardson at MAin 7-8503 with a buffet luncheon Friday entertained with I dinner party -
at I the Jefferson House Siturds5 at the home of the former. st the Jefferson Hnu
In honor of Mlu Te. Mun ..........nYY1fw.......... ... "'" Guests were memben of the Thursday evening preceding ,"'
roe bride elect Iris, and -
roses and of town
wedding party out
I hesrul of the
wedding of the
stet k centered. the table, Placecards I Budd At Dinner At Coke visitors for the Curry-Johnson I son Alexander Johnson and '< i r-
The were hostesses of a bridal motif. nr i.v-n People Party Party wedding Fiance, Mini Margaret Lawson

silver In her five chosen the britStart pattern r s and other spring flowers centered The table at which 'hi wedding -
the farewell get-together a Miss Jo Ann Doss, bride elect, the dining room Uble. party was seated was centered .
Among For
10 Miss
guest were Munroe The smaller table center.
mother of the covered dish luncheon wi wu the honoree at a delightful were by an epergne with a
Mrs. Mark Munroe engaged Jr and couple. held by member of the packing Mr and Mn. John C Hinson Coca-Cola party Saturday mornIng ed by smaller arrangement and cupid at the bane, holding whl,'
place card of bridal design.
Ned Hlnson entertained with ( beautiful given by Mrs. W. E Middle- were flowers with a touch of yellow
and her of,
gisndi and cellophane department .
dinner party at their home Saturday ton, her daughter Mary Middle Dwarf azaleas, flowering plum
mother, Mr*. Lee R.
Munroe. Budd Cigar Company I The entrance living room and
i the evening hnnor of Miss ton and Mrs Ben Bostlck st the gypsophilla and daffodil, pr -
Thursday, March 11. Tee Munroe and their nephew home of the former Mixed den were eflectlvely decoratedwith 'dominated. Small arrangements
I Music Club Sets I hS The event, which marked the Wilson Hlnnon, whose marriage spring flower with azaleas and flowers from the FountMay' were at the other table, Plate
k1t closing of the ('om pan"* operations will be an event of April. The Iris predominating were in the garden I card were of bridal design ,
Tuesday Meet In the Qulncy factory, dining table was centered by party rooms Among the guests. were featuring a gold wedding bard
.r. r v1'rJ enjoyed by all member Stockton Massey and Mn 'and a bow of
aria an arrangement of while tulips, The dining table was center tiny gold latin rib
;, The Quincy Music Club will of the department Including rows, snapdragon and gyps ed by an epergne of white Stanley Cochrsne, Dade City,
I meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening e the foreman Carter W. Huff, phllla.A : azaleas and iris Interspersed and Mr*, Henry Melvin Park bon.On this occasion, the groomto
+ .
ton, N. C.Tuesday
J at the home of Mr. and the member of the office '
and pink them wu used In with violet. be gave his attendant personal -
i; Mr. R. H, Strickland. staff of Budd Cigar Company.
; Following the living room with carnation, The hostess gave the honoree gift
the While enjoying the delicious ClubIn
board meeting .snapdragon and roses predom Study Forty two
corning ware ss a memento of enjoyed this be.utlrul
. -
Which food, of the worker recalled
convene it 730
: *4rbsMlee" had inating. this lovely party [ Regular Meeting dinner party, Including
i the fellowship they
Mlu Marguerite Hendrii will The den was highlighted by; the 25 Last week the the wedding party family and
experienced during the many Among guests was Mrs, Tuesday study
* be the leader fruit and .
r "Music and Ute" theme I* ,t t yean they had worked together. greenery.Cards W 1>. Docs, mother of the Club met at the home of b1rArthur *. nut of town guests
Ireland. Included marking the places of bride. Corry, Mrs. G. LamarMunroe I
J in the program will be "Sun,. the 39 guests were of bridal'
t Sr. reviewed
the book
| ol eland"I Mr !!'t design 'I ,
by Q. LunchroomMenus
'Nothing But the
S Larkin and Miss Shirley lh a The couple war presented a Mrs. Robert Cochran Hedda Hopper. Truth" by Photo Studio &

; and a group of high school boy fell gilt of linen on this occasion Honored On Birthday The Tuesday that
: from the Glee Club. r a t Among the out of town preceding
s p guests
Robert Cochran entertainedwith the club met at the home o( Flower
I ShopSams
March 30 April 3 were Tom Root, Gordy McDonald
I There will be piano elec-- a surprise birthday party Mrs. E. D. Davis with Mrs,
; dons on the program, presentd < r'Mre. Monday March 30. Tamps, Miss Miry BetHanklne h In honor of his wife st Faye'i John Thomson giving the re
ed by Mr. Button Roger and Holiday and Tony Amos, Ma Cafe In Greensboro view. The book was "Zanxlbar> Management
* March 31- fauna, Mr and Mr Saturday Sam
' Via Sandra Ekeene Tuesday Hay Mun evening.An intrigue" by Van Wyck Mason, Location
Walter Alexander Johnson Melt LoafWhipped roe, Tallahassee, MlM J.n. Over 20 Year
The Mrs
K. A.
special hymn will be, "Oh Ann arrangement of pink dogwood MscGowan enter,
TuUn Bristol
Potatoe G* Julian
* Sacred Head Mow Wounded." formed the tamed the club at which time Mri. Willie Pane Roberts,
Proctor Tillahassre centerpieceGuests
Buttered English Pet Mike La-
were the Rev. and Mrs I. D. Davis gave sn Interesting Owner and Manager
Miss Margaret Lawson Curry Sliced Tomatoes bells and Miss Carol Boyter Mrs
' Coffee Given Roll Atlanta. R. L. Aldermen and son of Pine review of the book,
Grove Church. 'Peschtree Street U. S. A.. Phone 627-6233
the Preceding the
;0 ButterMilk Among guests were M
For Mrs. Kynes Wed to Walter Alexander JohnsonA Mary Munroe Jr. and Mr 4 I meal he give the Invocation. thl The week.book club will not meet N. Adam St., Quincy

Peaches Mrs Ned Hinson, parents of The honoree wu presented _
Mr. James W. Kynes of Tal- ceremony marked with Wednesday, April 1- the couple. ;s set of china for eight and .1.1'I
lahaiaee wu the honoree at a beauty and simplicity took I Baked H.mCandled 'four place setting of milk 11.11I'wllh BARGAIN FOR
delightful coffee given by Mr, place" Friday evening, March 20 tended him u best man and Potatoes Church Members 'I 24 carat gold trim, linen I QUICK SALE
Jame Witt and Mr*. Tayltr .t 7:30: o'clock when Miss Margaret groomsmen were John Shaw Green Bean and bubble bath.
Crantham at the Quincy Worn- Lawson Curry and Walter. Curry brother of the bride, Apple Saucer Honor Newly-Weds The attractively decorated 3 Bedroom older home one block from
man's Club Monday morning Alexander Johnson were married John W. Suber, Harvey I Enriched Bread Members of Fist Creek Bip- 'birthday cake with lighted
and George Edward Johnson candles Quincy High School. Separate Dining
from 830
until 11:30: o'clock Milk tilt Church entertained with I was brought out by "F. '."
Auditing the hotteu la enter The bride Is the daughter Quincy and William Timmons Butter chicken pllesu and shower In and birthday wishes made ) Room. Gas Space Heaters Level 90 X 90
} taming were Mr.. Everett Gay of Mrs. John Mettauer Griffin Gretna.Mrs. Thursday, April J- honor of Mr. and Mrs Larry lot.
Jr. and Mr*. Hal Fletcher. and the late John S. Curry and Griffin chose for herdsughter's Vegetable Soup Halre, who sr* MWly-wedt. 7500. 300 North Calhoun adjoining

z Beautiful arrangements of the groom Is the son of Mr wedding a raignoll Carrot Stick The dellcloui supper war FREE Quincy Woman'i Club.
uleai, camelllu, rill and and Mr*. Sidney Alexander chiffon dreg lecturing drspedild Sandwiches served out of door where the FLOWER SEED
Johnson of Grelns. effect with matching accestorle -
aplita were at focal point in Her Apple group of 90 guests w.re surrounded WITH PURCHASE Lewis H. Gregory Realtor
the club. From the silver TINt wedding took place at corsage wu s Milk by colorful spring' ,
servIce the home of the bride' parents, green cymbldlul1orchid.. Friday, April 3- flowers and ANY SIZE FERTILIZER
on each end of the table, Mother of the shrubbery.The 12 W. Washington;
groom wore a
and Mrs. John Mettsuer
col fee and tea School' Choice many useful and Pearce e
= wan served by prettygifts Nursery
Griffin. pink silk linen with a band of
Mrs. Carl Fryer Mr. Winton lace, hand embroidered with We hope that you will keep were displayed on tables. I
awards: A massive arrangement of In mind that these
jr menu art
F j. Situ
< whit fugII mums, stock" gYp tiny beads, on the bodice sndiklrt. .
Mr*. William M. Inman, Mr, Her shoe subject to change for the following
eophllla and were nuuhlng:
mum were on a
C.: D. Johnson reasons1. :
and .
R. :
Kincaid during the R able In the entrsnc and re and her corsage wu i white orchid Government commodities
hour appointed flected In the overhanging mir are delivered which not '
and donut Tray of pound cake ror. Guest were greeted by Mn. fount May, Sr., thebride' In the county when the menus KEPT
table, were also on the Mrs.. Don F. May, Mrs. Fountain maternal grandmother were made. I NOW
H. May and John S. Cur wore a pink silk dress mad on 2. Community food hablu I UP WITH THE
4 floor hostesses were Mr. ry.be bride's brother. soft IIn... Her corsage wsa a are considered. I Ia.
T fmnlclurl oi>, Mr*. James The winding stairs, down white orchid. Sloe la the coat of a food
I William, Mr, Harold Bevl. which the bride and her attendants John Allen DUtch directed Item. TIMES
Mr. W, T Mo.ley. descended were draped the wedding. 4. Availability of equipment I
; Among the ISO guests who with garlands of smllax I Following the ceremony a and personnel.No i WE MOVEA
called to meet Mr*. Kyne an caught at Intervals with nosed reception<: was given by the parent menu are given for Fri FOR MANY I '
) Mr. Ben Dickens of Tsllahas.ee gay* of T/tilt mum, and satin of the bud. The dining day because of class planning Q\
who accompanied her, ribbon. At the bar of th* able, which was covered by a and school preferences. Th. '
were Mr*. Lamar Massey, Chat stein war a nine branched handsome while linen embroidered Friday menu li usually hoi A YEAR
tahoochee, Mr. Frank Relncher brass candelabra holding light cloth, was centered by the doge, hamburger or fish I i
Tallahassee and Mr*. A. Cherry' ed tspcrs. 1'edsstsls. topped this tiered cake which was STEP
:3 of Atlanta with nosegay of white mums topped by a nose gay ol while Hospital ReportMarch
net and satin ribbon formed an sweethesrt ores and two satin
Not of Thanks Isle which led to the living hearts. lioaes were poised at 17 March 23
I room mantel in front of which utervals on tier of the cake Admlsilons John B. Thrusy '
with to take
tty to this oppurtun- the wedding was solemnised A pair of seven branched > Mr. Constance:' Joy Jetton :
tude for express the my dp grati On each side of the mantel were silver candelabra with tiny lerbert Glenn, Joseph B POIton AHEAD
clothing, furniture many gifts and of food, fein trees and brsnclied candelabra garlands of Ivy, holding while Mrs. Mllbrs Ann Jones,' .
that have been money calling I wit glow taper flanked the cake '1 be Mr*. Margaret Lamlnack, Mrs'
given my fam over the scene. A sunburst brill*' bouquet which '
Y ily since we lost arrangement was Margaret Elisabeth Hullo, Mrs.
fire. My sincere our home by of white gladioli and plated on the table completed M online Davis, Mrs lone Scott, 0
_ may God blew each and Blot was placed between tin the decorations The outlet and Ronald Jester all of Quincy -
of you. large windows, flanked by fern. was highlighted by an Mrs. ----- .
!o )Mn, l.iithcr srrange- ; Peggy Colvln, Mrs. .
Centering the mantel and re- meat ol lugli mum. and stotk. Kathleen Nkholson, Amos Allen ,""'- ..%
! Heeled in the laig overhanging Mrs Taylor Wood GrUfln cut Spear and Mrs Linda Sue ," %....,
mirror wss a mau arrange the cake. Moore, Havana; Vernon T. Bell:
nwnt of chartreuse lugll mums, A circular punch table, covered and Dewey Tucker, Tallahassee; 0' we proudly
lock', gypaophlll and mums. by a white organdy embroideied Mr. Lucille Johnson and Harry \
" Mrs. W, toward; Woodward of cloth caught with Calson, Bristol; It. H. Miller '
Tallahassee sang, "Beisusc," nosegay of mums and ribbonwas Edward Jackson McCoy and I ANNOUNCE
; auompsiiled st the piano by in the den. A silver compute Jarome Wilson, Chattahoochee; I I
Mr*. K. K. Klncald, who ulaysU of white ills, sunk' gUus, Jerry J. Klnuff and L. U Sew' I
traditional wedding muUo preceding was at an interest point in this ell, Hosford; Mr*. Ruth Shep-' \( a'
the ceremony, which wupeitoimed room srd Mi Pleasant; Mrs. Sadie
by the Key, Bron- On the sun porch wu t circular Allen Greensboro; Stonewall J. \ I
son Mutney, Jr table cantered. by a silver fcnitwtll, Birmingham Ala, and new
The bride, who was given In punch! bowl surrounded by cluster Mr. Mary E. Reeve, Montgomery -
3 marriage by lair father, Dr. of gripes and UOW!!'.. Ala AAA service /

>t John Mellauer GrUfln wu Serving puncn were Miss ir- BIRTHS Mr. and Mr Leroy YOUR
In mine
lovely a traditional wedding Uwenby Mary Mlddlelon
Colvin, boy March 18 )Jr. /.
gown of allk-laved in Mrs bill Smith and Mus Virginia ;
Finds peso parewhile
Free and Mr N velln
Parties Jetton, girl
designed with gently blianks.

R "Worth a Mint" scooped. T'he neikline fitted arid bodies camoiuisleeves. was Ned flair lllii on Hostesses, Mrs Tom were U Maxwell Mrs. C.March Lamlosck 20; Mr.boy and March Mrs. Victor 21. I RATED I ,__ GARMENTSSTORAGE

embroidered with seed pearls Mis. Union Munroe Mrs
!- t1\ Ie crony ellien, the pendasre a and tsstcned In back wlla, tiny 'r. W. (t.rUrin hire Don May, Scholarships and fellowships
.bev* found e wealth e> M and self buttona. The floorlengui Mrs Fount May, Jr. I provided by the Easter Seal So-1
defy hive added
good limos II Arthur Murray fREE bell skirt featured bark fullness Girls who served plates were' molt than 500
i *'ue Parties far all|| ,iud.nifc/ extending Into a chapel Mlsi Jsnlie Carol: Cantey: Mlu docton professional therapists worker, and to other the : gJqe FULLY
Just train Beth Fletcher, Miss Alicek '
en vlili may mean e ne Holding her three Uerrd ix number of killed rehabilitation.
: end topple M. (for r-v. As m wveil of Imported rencb ail fan Carney: Mill Bunny Heltb persona! serving the physically
:a Step l nut en 'the dant.,floeand! !lead Illusion, ws* I cluster of er, Miss Abigail Mcneown, Mir h.ndIClpped.'ou help when
Cer follow) orange blossoms. She curled Sandra Johnson, Miss Mirth VAULT Ohs
year partner thouth sirs you give to Easter Seals.Mrs. .
..; Pea Trot, th. Cho-Che Th. Twist a bouquet of phalsenopta u titrlcla May MU I Janle Harp, Miss 1's- HAERTELVAULTMASTER INSURED
J you lost a TOW |nriM poise( Dod chid, lilies of the valley art May and MUs bue Lynn !'
swanc Comets Dto trenched carnations, lace, ribbon Munroe. Frank Donaldson Ba Iit-
r rranchiisd; Studio on Arthur Murray and peails. I'suslng mints were deters of bridle. Mr. and Mri. Austin
i boar J I 00 Trial end enjoy I a half Mill Jane Curry.'ilster of the the bride, bliss Mary Howard Puikelt and Mr. and Mr*. Grady
bride, was maid of honor and Grlflln, Mil Ethel; and Helen I
Mrs. C.nt.ylllidon war matronof GrUfln and Lawson Alice May Ho* we give rw pI",1IIII utmott protect**
Arthur Murray honor. They wore floor After visiting with their In MT storage vtutt ? witk. the Hwdil Vullmtsttr. This unit, provides,
length dressr of while dllunlataflela gums the couple left on s wedding cornpliti control OthumidiDciliwi ...vtnlilition temperature control and
Dance Studio made on line si moil I trip to New Orleans The rllm'IfJ. fumifitiOA. slush meant jour garments are under constant ore "IIIst

:i 2246125Tallahasse Identical to the bride. They bride war wearing an eggshell stoats, nwihxt, mildew all odors I* sere your piment art .>. ** tile
I: carried caarade bouquet of white flannel lull with applique best of er ? VII our storage lull-tqyippedto
; chartreuse mums tied withribbon of sell material and gins \IM bust pfOtKtiOd, postibl
loops matching hat. Her shoes and
The bridegroom' father stBRING baa were bone colored and she
_._ ..
-- orchid
--- wore sn corsage
The couple will reside at 71JE. I
I :. Tennessee St.. TallahasM
Among the out of town guests r.---l
wen Mrs Stanley Coihran:
e D
and Stockton Massey 1>.d.
n O s I City Mr. and Mrs A. E. Harpe WATCH FOR
and daughter Janle, Mn. Pat
e o Woodward and Mrs Calvin Cur-

I ry W, t GaiiMfivllle Woodward, Mr., Tallahassee and Mrs., MASSEY \ \. \\\\'\$\ \r\\1\ 1111111? III fillU/// ///r///// 1

", Rev R. 1 E. McCanklU. Climax.'

i Ga., Mrs Henry Melvin, Parks DRUGS a
hen, N. C Mr. and lrs. R. O.
THE r Crosby, Gainesville, Mr. and Quincy. Flo.

Mrs. F. D. Powers, Perry Miss W. Jefferson St.uuu.UUUUUu. .
Iris Suber. Penucola. Mr. and

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West Jefferson Street and stripes. CRAWFORD and MONROE STREETS QUINCY. FLORIDA

Phone 627-8903

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that service club emblem were Members of the committee Loris Murphy, called to meeting on When You Step ()Qt."
Quincy Woman'sClub being put up and If the dub to select the 1864 ...11 Family to order Paulette Davie Rochelle Week,
bad a new emblem, to turn it are Qlcnd Fletcher Anne SoUer -,Rive the devotional. Mn. Shirley reporter
Meeting over to City Manager Harbert PAGE and Sheryl Thompson I Clark swlslant home demonstration '

Gregory. agent, recognised Mr. Bell Royal ha returned
Held FridayThe Mr* Fred Klbllka gave a I T1VIEN'S QUINCY SENIOR I Sarah Bloat and Susan Moore home after visiting the Long
good report and made challenging i 4-11 CLUB MEETS :for placing second In the Bread family In Miami, former rell-
Quincy Woman' Club remark pertaining to axe urged to call The Senior 4-H Girl of Quln i Division at County Demonstration dents of Quincy. Mrs. Royalw '
met Friday at 11 o'clock with her office u Chairman of MAIn 74503 i N met March It In the school Day. a. extenslvei'1 "1'ertalned
the president, Mr*. James Watts American Hornet. I auditorium. The president De Mr Clark M 'the rtl-wnhn while there.
presiding Mr*. W. W. Maw Youth Conservation Chairman' -- --
Iv an Interesting devotional Mr*. Max Walker, reported on
using scripture from lush, Scout work and cookie talet.
"Blessed Are They Who Wilt She asked that those having
On The Lord." magazine suitable for the boy
Mrf. G. O. Barnett secretary, at Marianna to please call her. TRIEDTESTED
hid Un minute Mr Tracy Mr*. Albert W. Flake, historian
Riddle reported on Community reported that a memorial ,
had been tent to libraryIn rr
Affair In the absence of the
chairman, Mrt. H. E, Morgan., memory of Mrt. H. A. Luten, M Vy b yr
She Mid the Senior of Gads- who for many years bad beenan
den County High School and interested club member and d.,
Carter Parramore School ate worker.
preparing to writ ealYl,1poetry Mrs. C. A. Spooner Sr reported r
or make poster This, at Chairman of House
year they have I Mrs.Ridrble and Grounds that plant were
tween the three. being made to do tome plantIng -
then led the pledge of and landscaping.
iance to the flag. .111'11-1 A* chairman of nominating
Mr*. Ben Lovlngood, committee Mr*. W. W. Massey
Affaire Chairman, reported presented a date of officer, 1 .
the Freedom Award materialfor for the I Itt
who were elected coming
contest had been completed' club year. They are President _.- CT PROVED
and mailed.
Mr*. Clinton Basse;
Corresponding secretary, Mr*. First Vice President, Mr*. E. DEMONSTRATION DAY 4-H Girls who won honors nt Demonstration Day, March
Fred Moon, laid that the had Nash Philpot; Second Vice President 7 are front row, left to right- Debra Kelsey, Melissa McPherson, Sandra WOO mailed notes of
appreciation to
Mr*. W. N. Faircloth; Carolyn Herrln Susan Clark Mary Catherine Clark. Leslie Halre, Barbara Mahaf- t
many who had been to helpful Third Vice President. Mr*. C. 3'
In cooperating In the remodeling Lanier Richardson; Fourth Vice fey and Cherra Vi Sapp: back row- Ian Smith. Aliens Smith. Audrey Humphrey, : .. Each I have tried toe
of the club house. President, Mr*. Fred Klbilka; Louite Sunday, Libby Burns Anne Suber and Linda Ard. year
She also read tome correspondence Recording Secretary, Mr*. Tracy rate kf ftoto ."'.... I flow Shop -
among which was a letter Riddle; Mrt. E. 11. Routon, assistant -- make my service to the
from Chamber of Commerce Corresponding Secretary Mrt. Clint Banett would go at I 4-H GIRLS OF THE MONTH -
Manager Fred Jones, saying 1 Mr*. James Watt; Treasurer -a delegate to the State Convention .
Mrs. Robert Hall; assistant In Jacksonville. Mrs. county taxpayers better.
Gadsden County Mr*. Harold Bevls; HMor- Harold Bevla 1* the alternate
lan, Mrt A. W. Flake; Parliamentarian delegate. !
Insurance Center Mr*. Henry Faulk.

1121 West Jefferson Mr the. CUnton Fine Arts Bassett meeting reportedon attended ported Mr*.that Lanier she Richardson cent all activities re- t This Is My Record -

by her and Mr*. James of the Quincy Woman'sClub
and the Junior Club to
PAT THOMAS Watt In Chlpley on the 19th.
Mn. Watt again
the paper.
She said that Mrt. Max Gota
INSURANCE. INC. and Mrs Billy Yon Peacock of expressed appreciation for the
the Junior Club had very attractive good coverage given by the FROM THE LAST STATE AUDIT DATED JUNE 11. 1963
entries. Mrs. Cora's Times
was a picture frame decorated )tn. John Hayes, who had rrra1JJ All collection ol record were accounted lor.
with fruit etc. and Mr* Pea- charge of Fine Arts program "e' w.rAr I' ; Records were ell kepi
cock', sweater she had knitted Introduced MIN Sandra Skeene N+r Occupational license and tangible property taxes appeared to hare
for her children. of West, Virginia who 1* music been diligently collected
She also modeled a dress teacher at George Munroe
mad In the sewing contest. School. She la also organist at Annual reports of receipts, expenses and net income were promptly
One Stop Means After winning first place here Thomas Memorial Church. )U. filed and correct
she entered the Chlpley con Skeene tang several election A balanced cashbook was kept.Records .
Complete Service tent. which were enjoyed by the
were accurate and conveniently filed.Tax .
Mr*. G. O. Barnett one of group. Her variety of numbers
DIAL 627-7151' the Junior sponsors, gave an Interesting and presentation showed real rolls were properly closed I
report on that club' talent and music appreciation. Total amount collected In this audit period was $2,247,519.43.
QUINCY activities. Mr*. J. R. Armstrong accompanied
The president announced_. that at the piano. ,- OUR OFFICE RULE IS THE GOLDEN RULE TO ONE AND ALLREELECT
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Mrt. L. L. Willis, Legislation
MAXIMUM DISCOUNTS Chairman, Introduced Mrs C. I Glenda Fletcher Judy Breeden
D. Johnson who talked on, Glenda Fletcher Mr.
: daughter oi and Mrs. Adrian
Legislation Women' Responilblilay -
AVAILABLE NOWI In Politics, etc, i Fletcher of Greensboro, has been selected as the Senior

In Introducing Mrs. Johnson, !, Outstanding 4 H Girl for March. Glenda Is vice presidentof

Get GREATER YIELDS from your crops Mr*. Willis laid that the was the Greensboro Senior 4-H Club, vice president of Girls'
well qualified to present CLINTON
program on Legislation because 4 H Council and Junior leader for the Juniper Junipers I I''
a of her training and varied 4 H Club. She has been recognized for her outstandingwork

experience In places of leader- In frozen food as the 1962 State Frozen Food winner i
and the contact
ship through
HAHN HIBOYApply and observation during these and as a Junior 4-H leader she was selected to receive
sears of service. She said that the Danforth leadership "I Dar. You" award and was BASSETT
on a local level. Mr*. Johnson alternate for 1963 State Daniorth Leadership Camp Program -
your herbicides Insecticides wa past president ot QuincyWoman's Award. Judy Breeden, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
Club, Quincy Parent-
and fertilizer with this full-season, Teacher Association: and Wom W. R. Breeden, has been selected as the Junior Outstanding

all-crop agricultural chemical appli- an's Society of Christian Social 4-H Girl for March. She Is a member ol the Cloverleaf
cator. Low operating cost and no Service 0 f the Methodist 4-H Club. Judy Is a first year 4 Her and has given
Church. In the county she baa
several demonstrations at her club She
meetings. a
damage to plants. No waiting on served a* secretary of P T A gave
Political Advertisement
Council and Parent and Family demonstration on "How To Fram. Pictures" at County
Wind or weather.Let Education! having put on Demonstration Day.4H I
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some very fine school of Instruction
the HAHN HI-BOY work for you in this course. I
For four years ah.'aerved a*
ALL SEASON LONG president of the !florid Mate: tr
Parent Teacher Association and ,e tS rp v
various Stale: committees. l>ur> ;
ing these year she was a delegate l rdr y# ,.lv J fw } 55, :'l s (r'n

House In Conference m to on the Education White +, ', ;,This is the new BiM Skylarfc Sftorfe e f r ,

the and White in JVUO Mouse, a delegate Uiuutvit.to !' It has,a raifcHi iW M you.chit brit Mlup :ir I .

Conference on tducsiion. !I r, ; i a new kind e>E ended jai Y iirii lciult, r k.x tt
She la liMed on the roll oi .
American women In Who. i > x, ami,tutand: a forworiMatfof that teal. '
Who, and the la soon to .e
elected Florida State: Presidentof iNOO Ww $oy.new? pr
Woman'a Society of Chrtatian "
.A aid n rti Service, where ine will have Club
an opportunity to lead the
t + en of. the Methodist worn-I News Views ;
a wide program of work In our
aavlour't Kingdom. COUNCIL: MEETS r l .e.dar ri::. 4L
Mrs. Johnson' Interestingand The Gadadta County Girls'
informative talk on "W DIll- '.11 Council mot March II at .
an's Responsibility as a Clilxena the Canning Center, Sheryl 4 rf
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BIG Related to Legislation and Thompson, president, presided p v J V''yjir.r
Politics" wa well received.A at the meeting. Allen Smith
DISCOUNTS AND BIG TRADE-INS covered dish luncheon was led the American Pledge and
served following the program. the ,.\( Pledw. Louise Sunday -

AVAILABLE NOWI Ivy and azalea spanned the led the Lord's I'rayrr. 1+1 4 I P I rRf .{ r4f ,. Lyn' ir
length of the table. The 4.H dress revue will be
The mantel In the club room Friday, April 24 and the theme
Come by and talk with wa* banked with Ivy. On each will be "Spotlight on .-\( Fash
side of tire place were mass ion" Committee appointedwere
Cecil arrangement of pink azaleas : DccoriUnnAnne SUM
Trippe and Glend Fletcher, l'Ood1all'omen
spires. Urn of the same
flower were at other Interest .Greenaboro: Club; *crlpt- Where1can/ you we the now Skylark Sport Wagon? Right hofo. Right now.
points. Sheryl Thomfnon. Mary Louise .K
GADSDEN FERTILIZER CO. Mr James Pfell was chairman Ray, Jynean Woodbrry, Allen. Set jmr Qyalty tuck Drier to tout* Omi Ind.i. ?, belt. *n to f*
Smith, Jean Thompson; Kerrnhment -
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and Mn. C. W, Harbin co- and Cloverleaf Club; entertainment -

chairman.. Linda Ard, chairman
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program Rural Houte ..11
'Club and Quincy it. Club
(7I prise*- Cherra VI Sapp, Charlotte
& I Btoutamlre, Janice Good I 23 North Adam Street Quincy. Florida

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NEWS they were on JUUlo League action 1* needed before the Woodward 'Salem College Winston Sale
teams last year next mewling, so the board approves I Johnny Sober, Robert Max N. C I* spending aprUg ho
Little Leaguers ft'OII&allt season ( f subject to action from well and Bill Sapp, students at day In Weetport, Cona, wi
;i RECREATION however will not be required ABOUND joJ oLf oLocaltilntit the executive committee Executive Valdosta State College are her roommate Dale tverty ar
to be prevent for tryout as committee meeting are spending spring holidays here her parents, Mr. and Mr*. W
only new prospects will be tried never announced. This writer Margaret Dowling, Chvles clam Everly!
1 Br Dana James out and placed on already established Hi* nMranct / (mow no reporter who has betApreHnt >vena, Jr., Johnny Owens, Mr and Mrs Jime
team at one of these meet George Rude and Marguerite Sklppr
:a LITTLE LEAGUE Birthdal ell ibUUy Must SQUAREr !ngs. Sober, students at Abraham daughter Sylvia eon Jim
t :: BASEBALL REGISTRATION be lawt 10 "of Question: t have a 120000 Baldwin College Oa., and Terry and Bernard How
at >twaus> aae awl Income Policy which Another method to sllmlnat Tlfton. of ChatUhonrhe
Family spent t)
i not more than IS years of age febe* By Hutch the publla from decisions is the are spending the spring boll-
Baseball monthly weekend In Winter Haven
registration will continue will give my wU a 1200 wi
as of August 1, 1964. dart with their parents.Mrs.
to be open for all 1064 I income to ant 48 If I die 1 of Council of Presidents made up Mr, Skipper' slater! and fa
Little Leaguers and will remain Tryouts for *U hitter IMttt 'Shell sine have |1M Social The Wart Ad section a of top Florida university oHVclala. Charles Tmirhton and lly
open through dale et for try- Leaguers will be held sometime Security! to the same sic because newspaper baa an Importance This body usually meta Stocklen Mssvey of Dade City
around May 1.Iteglstr.Uon. the oilier far beyond Ha Immediate siretoo J lust prior to the Board of Con
cull. Tryouts for the 10-12 Someone came In of our child At age 63sh hIretumrct home after visiting
group which li the Senior Little cards are available df to register, Have you rag .'II have f MO monthly Income to the individual advertiser 11'01.tin,. Problem often Mr*. E. B. Embry and a+N K say Yea
o .:: League will be held April only at Mar Drug and air letered begun?" Jean askedher for life from Social Soeurlty More than any other featurethe are referred for action to the attending the Curr,-loMaoe
, r
: Hall and must be returned to "Yes 1 signed sometbln Want Ad section U evidence Council of President. But requests PridsyMr .
:r 6 (Monday) with new addition (I. and our pension benefit U fee"peoples' wedding ,
same after filled out properly! but 1 never heard mat the newspaper truly to cover this Council Pat Woodward and
= to thla league being placed last year But this leaves 17-year gap medium." The Want son .car .
= on teams the following night RESULTS OF SLOWTITCH anything from It," was the answer What I* the best way to bridge Ad the Individual with a invariably ore turned down. Pat of Gainesville have returned .tea. ast w. tr
:: Games are scheduled to begin SOFTBALL MEETING this gap? I am now IS, .11.'.. few putt dollars to Invest la selling! Still another method of prl- borne after visiting her family
1;: by the last week In April or HELD TUCKS MAE. It It's nice to see the "'chore h M.Answer on an equal footing with bUUon vote decisions bas been used of Mr. and Mrs Fred L. May TERMITES
= first week in May. The Menu Mow-Pitch 8oU: q. on the Square has been I : first, reduce the dollar corporation. late the lunch hour. Duringthe Ted Strtughn, Charleston Air
'': All youngsters wishing to ball League will be composed repainted Has that pink dogwood gap a bit. Your wife can probably Nothing give more Insurance lad two meeting of the force Bow Charleston S. c., la WORK ALL YEAR
:: play Little League B* *ball Uila el 4 team for lbs twit season started to bloom yet? nuke the Social Security to the Integrity and Independence Board important decisions have pending month Wave with :
: season must register prior to and are a* follows: North FUExperlnientali Will have to wander over and and retirement Income start st of newspapers than come up magically, just before his parents before leaving en cabs Roves
:: tryout times whether or not) Massey Drugs, take a look. 82 Inotead of 69, with only a the thousands of Individuals the lunch hour. The board gets a tour of duty In Japan.
:I = Randy and r.IQulEllJItrlc- Have you noticed the beautiful minor decrease la Income. That! mall business which invest la into a big hassle Someone Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Croley i
; leave ... .. move for the Board to spent the weekend with Dr.
Coop yellow rose* at UiuUe .r gap Instead of Want Ads adjourn and
ttn The Slow-Pitch se son< Quartermaa'a. Would love to IT difference of com For Want Ad., Ilk* subscriptions for luacb. When the board re Mr* I L. Stephen la Crest-
::1 two weeks of practice will fie have some like that near our $7.200 In aggregate Income on are repeated espressions turn In the afternoon, at baa view fartheaekeefyeerlMieWhether
underway Tuesday, April 1 -+ red house In Sawdust yea, the basis of a pre-41 Ineome of faith in the local newspaper been able through same power _Ml**_Sherry. _Robot,,student_st
'ft666 with games being scheduled every t. said red JMNUOAwl Also consider the possibility by the whole public. They helpto to digest both the lunch and I
Tuesday and Thursday haw you noticed the that slops with the child matured remove any queeUoa about UK decision. U vote !Is favor of
I five abs would be able to t measure si If there was
nights Two inning dou- dwarf sallies and bug pansies gat the newspaper Ming unduly no I
ble header games will be played planted around_ the ullICy by oo less than the $3110 available Influenced by any special interests problem la the first place
between tame team sthe- fetal Bank parking ioU under the policy plus Modal \ Is sense the Board of Con your fuel
; ;. Till this la beginning to Security Let i arbitrarily la fact throughout the country trot I* different from other ,
i :: noosed Uke Cis ides Club news. say for a start, that |2tO thisare many newspapers uwernmtnt bodies such as the
= Wonder why children breakout monthly would do at 48. Thal.would which could thrive on Want Cabinet because Ma members or gas I
JJ SPECIAL eSNU t/NG the rations right after all then make something like Ads and subscriptions alone are not paid. But the members
J liIf the dishes are washed and Put that amount available for life Before the development of modern bola strong responsibility, pay nflbetter
Jj awsyT And am null wondering beginning at 48, after the child display advertising all new* or oo pay get i
j i iN why children take their6l I Ie matured Also include In papen were thus supported. -
OVerbcsrd A man whose $20,000 principal of the family. about the contribution of Want who headed the Legislative In- system
daughter announced her engagement Income policy for us* in establishing 'Ads to a free press. They think vetUgatlon Committee ao long
declared eh* certainly that gap Inoom of the section aa a place of unsurpassed It was nicknamed the Johns
I wasnt going to leant to cook Mow, all you would need to convenience when Committee, was in Tallahassee
at kcune before she got married do 1* to secure a tarmto45policy b they need to buy or sell anything III the midst of the controversy i .
"1 went through all that who of about 11000. This, from a used tricycle' to I over the pamphlet put out by ,
I[ married Mt mother and I'm with the family Income Policy tractor, The general reader the commute (now headed by
: not flxuV to go through THAI principal funds could be written .thinks of U ss one of the moat Rep. Dick Mitchell: of Leos
,, agate to provide. the Income forthe Interesting part* of his home bounty) John., long the ten-
= Clare-proof. RCA High FtdeHy -- + Well, let i see what my her p- 1.-'*.. PP. TIlt cost *f the Iowa newspaper t.r of controversy, laughed
2: Color Tube bring t + r! ;4 .Dope say for the day. H-nwn, trm-to-M policy would bo In Or, ss I Memphis/ advertising load h* .. sew a reporter out In One Now lies a tat
= !you e prclenso sharp, so ea tie euro to go alBhlclubblngthis the ..llhborb 04 of III month man said recently; "Want Ada tAt Capitol IDI'I'tdor. et 9uckeve Model E
= true pow hew to see tt to More evening," It says. Now !v. appeal to the baiie needs ofpeoplo "I you "porter arc after Oil NrN Cwent liretus,
,f: biSi .. Super-powarM I a that'* a thoughty thought. (Just M I* lao possible that your bousing, jobs, traoapomaUon. u.a lIiWwIU CenunttM," Johns
:: New Vita VHF Tooer.24400vott M jOl log, Mr. MiMpoU life insuranoo company might : ." told the reporter. 'I'
(factory Mb Oh, this beautiful weather ?- change the peasant rider which "Want Ms get result because -
II (wiled) chessi*. Depend r ref$;4' t and wereat the fish biting atLas grants income U at* do Into a the thing advertised are
: fata Space Age Sealed(*. It Talquinr We had sotUb rider providing. Income to ig* so apeolaUieeL Parson who
: eWtty.TwraD.o-Conti ( Uw out In the \back yardone U, a 12.,.., rider Instead of want something usually can find p
: speakers deliver rich evening what vs probably 20-year exactly what they want U the Ona F
cl "Qokiea Throat"aoun the square a little bit ago," by special arrangement but It 1
,. someone remarked just now asho would extend that UOO monthly Don Munroe. student at Ahra-
;\\l walked pant. >What was MT" I to age tt instead of 48 and Mike Munroe ham-Baldwin College and Mlsi Run** rortafch, ifflcitt*
sucker that I am asked "I do It at somewhat less cost Jane Anne Tutee student st aifuisl *r prgpas gis.
than the of the On Honor Roll (Idllll lor dark tie. diet
= n.r don" know, but It sure wssdreesea even purchase Valdosta StaU. spent tilt weekend -
'y: ......ors ?saessoon pretty was the .retort lerm-to-45 clan. with his mother, Mrs Mark IM aid belay Dp*. I
w le races.I This Is one of a number of At Webb School Munroe, Jr.
And wasn'tit nice to have ways this can be handled It Is Mine Iris Sober who iesohei
the children all that energy, very low cost way. If your In Pensscols spent the weekend Grubs" Butters Sntsmt! ml fall Available (rams
Th. Webb
big appetites, dirty, clothes Income could span somewhat with her psrentt l, Mr and
or roll for scholarship for
more, there would be advantage Mrs. J.
home for the spring holidays? an March eontalns the Byron Duber
Just the break In using a straight life name of Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. flake Hydro Gas
: C Atii -.. sorry wa..a't Mike Munroe son 01 Mr. ..nllMrt. Corporation
polloy Instead of the termtons had
t lunger aa recent guest Mr. and
;:, ::: Well this will be short this aa tt would create a Hill Qulney Bradley Munroeof Mrs. C. O. prsggtlng and SOT
week Bye-bye value toward your own rstiro- To make the Mike tt Oadsdon, Ala Quincy Florida
Magna Cum
ment If you live to 63 It would Mrs. T. J. Far hn returned
TABLE TV VALUE WAit ON POVtilTTIn owl only about $15: or so m811h1Iy' must Lauds have Honor Poll a student from a visit with her brother
and would add ? 700 to' grade average of and wife North Florida Gas
$ Mr
Mi war on poverty, President at least 80 and paM ell and Mrs. Paul Corporatlo
x Johnson plans corps to your retirement fund at 6ft, To make the "' Oouett In Wllllamaten, S. C
: : I train youths or Job.-in an effort whereas the trrn-U.63 would Lauds Honor Roll a Mr. and Mrs. Robert drtvtiof 111 Eait! WashlotfoB 91.
have no cash value. That 1 courae"1 Vero Besoh
to create Jobs In depressed I must have grade were her Sun ,
aria*. kandmm cash accumulation! at Isut 80 : all I day and Monday due to the
ilvS At this time, full details have tot the difference of $7 monthly pass death el her mother, Mrs. Pearl Quincy Florida j

"" not been given, but, it Is believed -- -
a+iDe People emphasis will be on the A CAPITOL
Ewa \ training of unskilled unenv .
Helpful Plans In
i 1\.CA VICTOR'M..__ ploed youths Many of these LETTER

Is: ; .1.._..1 .qq \I will Uve be Service Identified examinations.during Belec.-\ War On Hazards
.f Tebevi.JOa. B* Jerry Meek
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:: ) & -alJ4-WhJt. :doled for each game night, until Since many homeowners aredeclaring Tallahassee The old MW
a lit gamo schedule i* onus- war on haurdj about Florid l government in
around the house U theirarlrtgcleaning the sunshine be
I = Of Color { can deceiving
I campaign Safety Leaasr Take, for Instance, the Board of
= A. M Paula with the florid Control which operates the un
i R I iter Agricultural extension Service iversity system.
ipletedTriBari has aont helpful battle In cabinet organisations, de-
:/ : plan la effect.1'ettie 1 clulon sometime are made on '"MampoUi Chwraltt(HIM!*Sport Coup QtMi. hMlt>Ns)
first urge Inspection the spot. At least controversial
r of all electric appliances, out material often Is discussed and
IMw .. lilt and eord for break anf argued even If It already ha
:: --- et THE RAT KILLER fray If they we worn or de gone through a subcommittee
I' fective, replace them to avoid not open to the press
TV painful shuck er possible firei. Board of Control decision
RCA VICTOR MivHsfa Redeem Your thbnn_y., heater and Moves usually ass laboriously mud
should be Imported and cleaned and tftta belated closed: door

t'I: ? rail dlafl.) W In. picture.Suptrpowtrful out Repair or replaeo any In fact, a alaeable portion of
e 23 tube(ovf iq. FIB.READER'S. worn part, and rebuild do- the board bualne is conduct.ed .
Nsw vista VHP Tuner -.<" 5Ue festive flue and chimneys.Slno behind closed doort.
the stairways and halla One method often used Is

;i 22,900 volts of picture power (design tviriq*.) ., DIGEST see are that potentially small dangerous areas, ,,hoard the exeeuUve eommMtee of the New ClMMla Malibu. port Coup URn",*...*,,11I.*)
rugs art wall Matter .
1-: .Extendd.rang, Duo-Cent ipwUrDependable COUPON anvhored often are r. \
to the floor to prevent forced to the executive committee -
\ Space Ao. Sd! Circuitry slip or fall. Keep object* for deolsloa In between
such a* toys or boa* from board __IIIIL The reason :l
I Good on any sizeTriBan cluttering entrance or halt- given' most of the_inns la that

:1 i* $189.95> Trade way Msmember, says Pains, lnsiee-,

lion teetlua.INCOME phi. eorrwtioA equals '"' RE ELECTWILLIAM

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All dressed for who always haa something nasty to
up say about what makes others happy
His latest diatribe is against folk. ie

"parading to Church in all their
QD r Easter finery"L.

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complaints. For, strange as this
might sound, the modern Euter
"outfit" has its root In the very
meaning of the day.
; Easter has always stood for newness
w of life. It marks Christ's victory

4# over death. It promises an eternal
A destiny to those who embrace the
'w 4 Faith.

} 'max Easter puts old things away and

; w brings out the new as the Earth
'A t sends forth its verdure as God
t reveals our Hope.

tb And if there Is a glow of happiness

t1? tb in wearing that new dress or .
hat or suit well, it's only a hint :
i 4 I1 : s of the joy that comes with finding I'

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a 4s ". W atronf Church neither democracy for DM Mta ., DM Orarth 11..W
nor dvlUxatlon can MirvJv There which .-.. M*.....) and r.MrIJZ
"! = } J' are four sound reatona why every upper! PUn to to .. ctmn l.f**
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Quincy Meat & Cold Storage Randy's
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JUM M Let I.s. SUwtHFletcherCanler Quincy Tire & Recapping Co. Fence Industries "
Bank & Trust
Company BooI. Inc. I
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Men's Wear B & H Construction Company
Sing Oil Company a_ ... tow s.n.s Magic MInor Beauty Salon Electric Company ,
Danley Furniture Company ,..- rd ,...... .......... "
WI,.. 1st. .M E..Mrw Gadsden Tobacco Leaf Co-op Smltherman Auto Service Aero Tobacco Sprayers be y
Florida Cigar Company, Inc.
Gull Service Randy's Mark-It-Rite Tractor his 144s'.
Watson M & M Company
Mr. *.. .....J. W. ...... low ,...... .... Quincy Cabinet Works
Independent Life Insurance Co.C. .
}. B. Adams Funeral Home Candy's Eng Col. Super Market Quincy jUriM Motor AWOTM*Lodge 1'. tin...., BMrtrt .......r Frank L Pittman

Wilson'sThe Frosty Mom Meats Suber & Johnson Company: Elder's Grocery

W. tutmmmt U4 r.. ..*..4 MMtorrk Gull Coast Hatchery* Inc.
Quincy Slat Bank Darby Construction Company II >ew ...<.. S.M.,. Henry's Radiator Shop W.r .. .........

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ASKS 'built! itipt I 1t t beech< '6t HIM.\ ',' GARDENING) the c&etnicit! left Met. don't sped bt tamp life, according appolm d Mrs. t{. 0 Wood
drink, clothing and shelter remove H from Its original to White. 4-11 records show ward, Jr. to be in charge 01.
basic to maturity container. Storing small that some 2.000 youngsters were the Camping Depot which will
For a Faith and a ChalUng <. There la an old story that IN FLORIDABy mounts of pesticides In a spare given swimming Instruction be at the First Presbyterian Fletcher: Company
'. Good Examinta and Good Bx- ells of an announcement "that baking powder can or I box learned to swim and passed Church Sixteen new pup tents
,llnlllon'' Known Limit the devil claimed he was going lUrvsy Shsrpe, Editor for powdered milk la Inviting swimming tests In 4-H camps and one deluxe baker tent will ,
and C*uul.ney And. out of business, and would offer a one.wiy trip to the hospital. lilt summer The young folks provide sleeping tentage for atroop
, To III H.ird all his tools for tale towhomever Florida Atrlrulfurst Never store pesticides near say that a knowledge of swimming of 32 girls and their leaders I INC.GREENSBORO.
would pay his price foods o tiny kind.. For safe- and water safety Is Important Later, kitchen tents will
By Publications Dorothy B. Altxkndtr. On the night of the sale they Hobbles ollllr"d rllhl. ys' sake, keep food In the to them If a 4-H'era Is be Idded to the depot.
y 8peclllll.r.Florldl were all displayed,,and a bad. catfchlng raUlnmakii and stubs kitchen cabinets and Miemlcals I non-swimmer when he comes ta furnlahincamping equipment
Division el looking lot they were. Matte! diving can be dirtgerous In a locked cabinet out In the td c.mpte'U/ be a swimmer and training leaders In
\ Child Training Schools: Hired, envy, Jeolomy, Mbtull-I. 1 fetperi* ur that Part nobbyIn tool shed when he leaves, White points the outdoor- program the Council
It U athlfetj/ possible that l Ity, deceit, and all the other 1mplcmenu sate U nil know the trlcuf fools out Is providing helps to troopsso --*--
the greatest titunhtd of evil wets Spread the tride1. HdwevW, It Would You arc In for a shocking experience I Camper learn Junior leadership that girls may enjoy the
delinquent children In the out, each marked wMJI I Its prlct I,Mm, lifer to pick up I plant I If you use electrichedge by talking at assemblies outdoor program and camping
Apart from the rent its t hiriti- and and by helping which ls an Integral
Florida mining 01.... by the nape of 1U neck than clippers or a lawn mower vespers In particular
\ partially victim of never? hav" lew-looking wedge-shaped tool, a squirming reptile: with a frayed power cord teat claiMs They laugh! part of Girl Scouting
log been able to pleau their much worn, and priced higher Also, the aches received from So check all power cords before rMpoHHlbtlity and to The Council la providing three "West Gadsden's Largest
parents In anything they did. than any of dmih' stooping to transplant art lens plugging spring A shoulder It through camp tasks area troop camping events this
This U a major cause of phytlcal Someone devil whit harmful than, bends caused by I eh"h"t' may have developed The great majority W campers spring and will operate a one
illnesses and mental lilaetMi It was "That discouragement Underwater activities an old'age crack In Its are away from home for week residence camp at Keystone
too we are told. Praise ," was the 'hv1f'it The worst danger for gardeners Insulation that will cause an the first time In their lives Heights at Camp Montgomery Source of
honest praise, U an absolute Why do you priced U hot following the label electric current to shock you Camp may be their first experience during August. Supply"Building
necessity to any personality If 10 high? when applying .pesticides. Using 1 Into doing a fait -stepping In living with a large the spring troop encampments
be ii to develop a feeling of Because," replied the1 devil, a pesticide properly: la no more ,Charleston In one quick lesson group[ where they quickly learn will be known at the Ju-
I his own worth and this feeling "It la more tuefil to me than dangerous thart driving I art auto Tools lying around on the respect for themselves and others case Camps and will be held at
of his own worth Is, after any of the others I can pry II But, remember carelessness round[ can cause an accident Sliver Lake and the Council
... ? .the open and get Inside! a matt aconaclouienesa with a chemical or a car can It Is a fact that stepping OH a 4 tt Club members hive in adjacent Lake Andrews troop
with that ...h.nll baum death, hue can cause the handle to opportunity U plan their camps ', mpnttl In the Apalachicola
could not get 'near. hilt with Evert IhmlgH you read the fly up with such tore as toplant as they meet each year In pre- National Parent tin April 3-
any of the others: Ind when, directions last week, pause again a goose-egg lit* bump camp planning\ sessions They and May i.e for Junior Lidette, Materials
SEPTIC once Inside I can fas* him In to review the instructions dn on your noggin plus inabttring often theme Out- Senior Girl Scouts from ill *
whatever way suits me best the 1 label: Then take care toheed your glasses.When er spin li perennially popular parts kt the Council ten couh-,
It Is much worn becluse t Use; ill directions I cautions and en the theme tamp nblfis, mesa ty jurisdiction During the
TANKS It with nearly everybody, since warnings ground, :kU't't1I\.t\ teeth are hall: and auditorium t in given first week end then will be I''
few persons yet know It belongto And even If the directions down A fall lieu! on I tall th! name ol plineti special opportunity\ for Senior,
me." don't say M play It safe by wearing with teeth up could well lend A 4-H members nil the benefit plrls td explore Nstlohil and
It hardly need be 'landed! that gloves sleeves rolled down you limping Is I first aid Ita ot tow camp rain sit Fntet-hallonil Opportunities especially Farm and Builder'sHardware
INSTALLEDFOR the devil price for olieourngt- and oollir1 buttoned Wearing lion Or a rake left In the driveway days for UU. Who li eligible willpbe Senior Roundup
ment was so high that it never shorts li taboo when applying could abet! you several installment to attend I 4M campf Generally which held In Idaho'
sold lie still owns and la still chemlr.aU In the garden payments on an auto a\\>!. (dub member lal CideUe opportunity
using It, If you should spill mine pesticide tire Who completes one project wine g feature of the May
SALE I think often of the psycho material on yourself, remove When working lit the garden, ind submits i record U week end encampment
logical wisdom of my mother the contaminated clothingand guard against tuts and Infec Immediately before tdilible. the Council also sponsoring
who when she could find nothing whit with snip and ..tel'. tions. the 4,H season, June I week end camp for Negro
I clue to praise, would pralw Even U you dldnt t11l the proper anUseptl tdverlngt Remove through August the camps ire it Camp Weed on April
I jour effort, She had 4 Way, too,, pPslkidh) always .: your all foreign matter, such spent or edult Institutes for flrl...
of telling I me when 1 ,hand and lave.after g session a glass, metal and win front beekeepers, cattlemen, poullry FertilizersAll
fWJJ i'Ito go anywhere to school, to 'With. i spray cart, your flower bed men and cltrtii growers *
Sunday School or to a party It you should I red sick after Use gloves It your skirt |i
I You look lovely to Mima" applying a .lcldtt tontart the tender or ptible to (t.Rb.
Cookies To
j I Now she did not tell me that I family doctor each an Also, year sturdy thnel and appropriate Tents
tiiJ627.6851 I wit a thing of beauty and a emergency be sure to take the garments for protection i Types
joy forever. She gave me no pesticide container or the libel while working thorny Operation Begun i '
flattery But It la amazing with to the hospital with you plants like tII.... _
whit confidence one faces the If then Is only a 'dab' of If all these dot art discouraging thl bits Scout Council; the I (Shade Tobacco Formulas
wdtld If she 'looks lovely to donl give. up gar Apslichet Bend launched Its, iiui umi fUHM '011' mius
I Mima" If she looks lovely to central on other things and dining fur iky-dlvlng. Hettiem. Cookies (III tents" operation Ih
Mania ate sutxonsclously! feels, people It li hard for<< the dull her, you tan Make many mis Qulncy Wednesday mnttilng at
EARL LODGE I Wppowe, that she must look at to enter his wedge of dlaedtir takes and bt a suctessfiil gar- the home of Mrs It. 0 Woodward Custom Mixed)
lent "all right' to others so agement when a child U 19 fort tin-cord Jf you forget ta JuU Jr.New '
aht can forget herself and con: Ifled.REElECT Use t'1Iu'.e had fil! tend Were pdrchited, )
.. t
\ -'-" '1. with 1 pt-silica from the recent Let Us Quote PricesFertilizerand
4'H Camping Council wldi Cookie Bill andllt
"' bi stet Qulncy for the .
Time flee of ill Junior<< Cadette. and
Nearing Senior Dirt I 1 Scouts In :
Nf B t Alms WlrrrnHorlda'i cil 1 for troop ptlCII3 '
camps and It-lining teisloni Lime
flvi 4H club On tht first of tour scheduled
snipe *- Cherry Lab Tlmpo tentcrirt tnlnlng and t
ghee 1 McQuarrle, Cloverleafand the orginlutton Jn'rll
: tine Lake will provide Depots /in the Council\ ,, Mrs, fl tpr
recreation for mote than 0SOO Roger Coothbs, field Advisor Spreader Service
W.M."BILL" young people this year. for the Dirt Seoul Council, melwith tiN fl'noutfyBCIAticmaae:
Gordon White, assistant state troop leaders and neighborhood '
111 agent, says there will be association leaden to
three kinds of camps this year: ears trilnlnl in thl tut ind
county tamps, teen-age lamps of tents ind to complete
for thl fiMt time aU ever the irrihgementi for setting up
state" *J d lMt**irtciraps tamping nepatifih I s.. (lot the Irrigation Supplies
thl tatter: wilt Include will HM condubt tenlcrsft -
he iuMo* Citrus tnstltute, an trslHlMg events ind/ set Up best aril aid

I ell'ell'lc ump tilhle and i eonservalott tam MonUcellOi lnll Depots and in Perry Mirlihhi The'l and health heed*. Permanent Overhead

__ A typical day It Hm Camping Depot 1 hi tallihiMee
ludH nature stud t 1.11.. continues lo serve" the area and
Crafts swimminghlkH will bi restocked with some'
nature halls, pianl Identlflcatlw along new equl lllent. i r P. May Systems, Pipe, Plumbingand
'INMANe and nalutl Jor InHudlng Mrs Hobet-t f blfdBer
study of bti-da fheriirttlassIH Chlllhll of tht Club ach, Qlrl Drug Co,
la persona devilopment; Scout Neighborhood Water Systems
I t : manners, grooming, persona( serves ill of QidsdeH Wt:11I1 tyhetta t 617-760.
: ..lues, eltltehshl and physics except Chittshoothet which Quloef tltb
Illness. recently organised li the Bern-

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Although the 20th Century 1*


tort the Soviet economy mayameday
yf il!: f: i a deliver the good that
promised the Rus-
w are regularly
lJ"y, Ian people. It has often failed .
i} i I to deliver In It* first 48
44 iiUllflENfEI illEi{ { years. In early December the
W-D Soviet leader were looking
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Brand Naturally TenderBEEP again, grimly, tt unfulfilled
promise and making even big.ger .
one*. With Russian agriculture .
MARCH. 28TH already a perennial fall
WINM sorrN.Mr DIKII(.YOlla.N0.-rs I ore,bad weather and ineffective
operation forced Khrushchev togo
RG. Z9t FRIED FISH shopping for wheat. Yet his
people were being told to look
CakesGRADE 291 SIRLOIN orward to vast chemical In.
dustry, to b* tripled by 1970,
f \ Steak. that would bring fertilizer a*
y? y I well as nylons.In
LB. 331 a 1 speeches to party blg-wlg
[ sue, T-BONE Khrushchev seem preoccupiedwith

>00( EXTRA STAMPSBacon PLUMROSE\ CANAD. STYLI problem of the Soviet
Steals 88 economy. U* found It necessaryto
I 3 ilN $299 lI. reduce various goal for the
remaining two year of his sev
BONELESS ROUND en-year plan, another admission
REG. 49* FISH FILETGrouper of failure. The failures did
Steak. not prevent the dictator, how.
LB. 391 LB. 88 ever critics, from Inclinde banging to away gloat at But any

REG. 45! SUNYLAND FRESHSausage PORK Small Gov't Insp. with choice Center Slices Included BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP he himself said that none need
think that fine words on the
LB. 391 blessings and advantage of socialism -
Smoked HAMS Roast.88? would have a gratereffect
10 EXTRA STAMPS CHOPPED, SHAPED.CUBED on the mane than would
BONELESS RUMP practical successes.Whir .
Steaks 3.trIAVE '
; the Trouble Lies
Roast.88 These and other statement
Butt Half SHANK HALF led some observer to remark

6< IA ASTOR BARTLETT s REG. 49< FRESH LEAN that Mr. Khrushchev apparently
tees a turn in the direction

Pears. 4 CANS 303 '1.SAvt LB. 45 LB. Gr. Beef. LB. 39 was of Soviet very little communism.evidence of There this,

i although capitalism was com.
plimented Indirectly. Some ref.
erencee were made to new prioritle .
: 19l in producing feed and
consumer goods, to the need
SAVE \\tt DEEP SOUTH PEANUT for credit, and for Investment
in machinery. Other talk front
Butter49/ the Soviet bloc nation men-
tloned consumer choice., bet.ter
lAVE JlEACH KLEENEX FROZEN F FOODALL quality goods, Interest rates,
and use of capital for profit.
Tissue 3c 49/ NSNI I feeble But these, indeed.voice were very

SAVE 4< EA. DIXIE DARLING CAKE Behind the wall, the desire
ALL FLAVORS MORTONCream of the people for personal free.
Mixes 4-1. dom and Individual independence
h ,.. remain repressed. Seer,
SAVE if ? DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAIN TOM Atpaf PiesFSzY: 3 9i: tary of State Rusk recently remarked -
w. : "By applying more
Rice. 3 P 391 LIBBY'S FRESH FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGE ode fertilizer, and up-to-date meth.
the Communist states
doubt could Increase
Juice 4 s 99*: tural output. But I am grlcul con.

)( ... TOMATOES PURE BUTTER cloned trouble that in agricultural a large part of their
production *
x-50 Extra;.w:Green PAN RED) BREADED 1* inherent in the Com.munlrt
WITH THIS AND Stamps 303 Can system." Mr. Khrushchev
COUPON Shrimp 2ATMORTON ,like Castro,U a committed
PIVG CANS MINUTI MAID'ROtM Marxist until the day b* die.
Orange Delight 039
LB.a BREADDough The Rlfbl Answer
._TMRY HARM.ITN ? s William Henry ChamberIn I
AT ANY WINN.DIXII s 3f 59 recently wrote In the Wall
61 dhLI Street Journal of the failure of
limit 3 with $S. ordtf or moo ; limit with U. order Of more Soviet agriculture: "Commun.
ism ha imply failed to find a I
substitute for the tremendous
)(. A'Ji.. built-in Incentive of Individual
:II. And ownership and the
50 Extra at'C Greea Siam s free market system." If men
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASI brTw are to have no property nor \
SAVE 30< CABOT BRIQUETTESCharcoaI20 possessions,work serve no us*,
bi Sticks ful purpose. With the incentive
i ot rewards, work easily become -
OOOO TNMII MANON aerlr drudgery without re.
AT ANY WINN-DIXtE /v; lease. Man might a* well be a
42 slave, forced to move only by
threat of lashes. Even his sur.

. . . . SAVE 10*: DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise vlval portant.then, can become unim

..)( L' : I d The U. S. New & World Re-
X 39 port hAS quoted British authority
50 Extra 21.'C Green Stamp T. : "The Russian leader
I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHAM Of f ihlp U till trying to find e

Ewe PG... ".....IN TAST B'.** solution to their problem With.

FISH STEAKS SAVE 10* KRAFTMayonnaise framework.In the existing They have Communist tried almost .

..u*THRU MUM asm everything. They are not
AT ANY WINMDIXItf prepared to admit what by now
6S QT. Ia abundantly clear- that they
cannot find the answer this
way,and need a whole new deal.
Khrushchev is again Just try.
x d. SAVE 5f THRIFTY MAID 3iv ALASKA OR LARGESwtPeasl Pole BEANS log to reshuffle the same oil
deck of card lie' don that
50 Extra aw:Greel Stamp often enough in the put with
wmt,1MIS COUPON AND 25 out coming up with, the right

chick M it"or/ ut J Kk; jpiese answer.The"Need for Freedom

It I this
_TNIIII' M...."..TN SAVE S< DIXIE DARLING BROWN & SERVI 2 LBs,29 the individual* abysmal, of freedom denial and ef
AT ANY WINN-DIXIE liberty that Hoe at the base of
.4 "- the Communist Ideology. Oo-
Twin Rolls 6.CT. PKG. 10 vtouily.Marxism rule out the
capitalist system, and no one
dare suggest tt. There will be
c SWEET, JUICY FLORIDA no self-fulfillment for the So.

50 Extra n tC Greea Stam swmt SAVE 10* KLEENEX JUMBO 2-PLY ASST'D COLORS viet people, regardless of who.
2FOLGER'S B 981 ther 1,350,000 ton of artificial
m's' cAUPW j AND PtMO ASIOMe Oranges. ; fibers are actually produced by

B4 GAM GeM N 10111 lOODa"M Towels. 2Roll: 59 1970, unless the consumer can
Hershey Bars ; choose between hosiery or
sweaters, or even take both la
SOON TMRU MAIO"..... preference to trip to the
AT ANY WINN.DIXII moon. Not that cither 1* essential. I
H dx But liberty I* It baa
ever been that way.Communism .
r r, 1 i i 1* thu the self. f
d defeating hoax of this age. If
It come' to dominate the world
50 Extra at'C Green Stams" culture will disappear a* sur*.
Iy a* man' ertativ power are
WITH THIS COUPON AND PUROIAUCMe limited. If it suppresses reuglon .

a{. hI,e""CIIIN eooo 4 man's spirit will wither
and moral decay will be the
Fig Bars final earthly chaos. Tyranny
0.0 TNMU MAMCG aerM never afford room for any
AT ANY WINN.DIXII a. r MILK.e progress. If Communism take
66 dhe the world there will be no on.
e to rejoice, except the maker
of five-year and
J... enjoy the dynamics of free.
TISSUEifl EVAP. MILK COFFEE69 COFFEE don-loving people achieving 14.cording .
f 50 Extra a.J( Green Stamps] to their tm dreams.

Savt Pkfl. = Can Can

Colgate Toothpaste 10 i 59 TO STUDYAfter I

AT Q.O TUMI MANN seat e. 48 ? ? ?
67 dti( .. this ..... Iherefer
Urn 2 with $S. arch or Raw Unit 10 watt $S.....or mere ....* All FvpoM Detwgent N*.. Leer Open Can .N.. for op.n c. ray 1. What re follow these wards I
J. When are they NCordeIlt
El"\ 'J
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find then to put?

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PAGE!: FOURTEEN CADSDEV: COUNTY: mir-, OT1'I"'Y. noniDA Tnrrt<;mY \nru tn 1964
ng In the United Service The National Society for

Episcopal again on Wednesday, will be the Crippled Children and Adults,
preacher at this Sunday's Sun. i with 1.426 Easter Seal affiliates,
rise Service 8:15: am. at l.soizaCJ
Church Notes
and largest voluntary
Hlllcreit Cemetery, 14th Street Is the oldest -
aide. I look forward to tonight's agency serving the phvsl.
from SL Ptul'i service at the First Presbyterian Miss Sherry Chandler whoIS oally handicapped. Contributions
Church and Wednesday's at spending the Spring Holidays to the annual Easter Seal
What I delight and pleasureit the Centenary Methodist here with her parents, Mr. and Campaign, now underway finance
to have been able to Its work.
was Church. Then I must be backat .r. Mrs. Robert Chandler and family
welcome I full house last night St Paul's Thursday night
to our first United Holy Week For our observance of Maundy had ss her weekend guest,
service! How rich and full, Thursday with the commemoration 1 her Huntingdon College roommate
throated was the singing! How of the Institution of the Mia Marls Sharpe. Miss INSECTICIDESSOIL
Warm and hearty were the r.-, Lord
Supper at 7:30 p.rn. On Chandler and Miss Sharpe were
aponiei! What a blessing to FUMIGANTS
Friday we keep the Three Joined by Bill Peek of Auburn
hive had the Reverend Tomtel..y from noon to three at St n
Paul:: y University and Jerry Smith of
read the lesson In away with the Rector deliverIng r beach WEED KILLERS
rsu for a trip to the on
I never could havel It Is the meditations, and with
I constant source of amazement the Reverend Bronson Matney Saturday
to me to appreciate the rendering two musical solos, the Mrs E. T. Richards and Mrs SOUTHERNCHEMICAL
depth and richness of the Holy first tat 1 p.m and the second I Belle Royal spent Sunday afternoon
Scripture through hearing It at approximately J:30 p.m. The HORSE SHOW TALK Carol Hamilton (left), Vicki Floyd, Nancy Dreher, Laura T In Tallahassee visitingthe
read by other persons. PersonA service will be segmented at Davis, Brenda Campbell, Judy Dixon, Virginia Markham and Faye Sholner are MOMS -"J-IIrrll;: ; I Junior Museum.
bring you one emphaili, Per usual ao that worshippers can shown discussing over the back fence the recent Girl Scout Junior Horse Show I Moses B. Jsck Harris, a retired Adrian A. Cote of Clcwlston,
son B another, and Person C come and go at approximate 20 Photo by Martin Sludla U S. Army sergeant with Maine. Is visiting his brother
yet another, and the full depth minute Intervals. The concluding over 20 years' service, has Issued and sinter In law, Mr. and Mrs Sales & ServiceInc.
are never really plumbed. Mr. service of the United Holy Such Communion should be sn Invitation to the general AI Cote
Kelaey In addition to psrticlpatMMMHMMMaM- Week program will be the 7:30p made In the Parish Church or public to listen to "The Dr. Larry Wynne of New York .
.m. service on Good Friday at through the Parish Priest For Hour of Repentance" over radio will arrive today to spend a
the First Baptist Church with this reason, the Church requires station WCNH each Sunday week with his parents, Mr. and
the Baptist clergy of Quincy that the Holy Eutahrlst i morning at 8:30: o'clock. Mrs Gerald Wynne and daughter Box 3, Ph. MA 7-6101
ELECTRICALSERVICE as hON and officiants. See be the principal service during Mr. Harris, a member of the Susan. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill
you there! Time to remindall the Easter Octave, that frequent i .,trxr Assembly of God Church of Wynne of Atlanta will spend QUINCY FLORIDA
of what they might bring opportunities be given the people Quincy, Is a native of Blakely, the weekend here with his par
on Easier Day: 1. Themselves: to Communicate, and thai Ga He has been living here ents.
2. Their children; 3. Flowersfor those absent at Easter, even If the part four years where he Is
the children to decorate communicating elsewhere, employed by the Florldln Company
Anything from wIr- the cross with; 4. Lenten Self should still make their Com ,
ing a house to replacing Denial folders; 5. Their Easter munions In their Parish Church Although not an ordained
Offering; 0. Thankful heart sometime during the Octave, minister, Mr Harris stated that
a light bulb for the wonderful assurance of + following his retirement from NOTICESEALED
the bodily resurrection offered service he was converted and
Ike us In the message of Easter Mrs. WoodwardDies has "the calling of God upon
Shepardat through Jesus Christ our Lord. my life to preach the gospel."I
The Ancient Canon Law of the March 22 BIDS
Church still binding upon

Anglicans times, and In a the* reinterpretedmany formularies funeral services were conducted Will be received by Mrs. W. G. Butler, P O

SHELTERBUTCHFURNITURE i of the modern Church requiresthat Woodward for, 78 Mrs., of Pearl Quincy Butler, at Box 826 Havana, Florida 32333 on the following -
CO. all confirmed persons maketheir 3 o'clock Monday afternoon In described real estate:
Communions within
MAla15" the the First Presbyterian Church
R... IBI-5432 Octave the of Easter Banter Day, wllli the Rev, Bronson Matn y --------- lit S 1/2 of S 1/2 Lat. 1.8 on and according
seven days which fol
Warehouse Ph. MAIn M100 Jr. officiating Interment followed FIRST SUNFLAVOR SHIPMENT Commissioner of
) to remain In good standing to the original plat of the Town
In the Old Philadelphia Agriculture Doyle Conner (right), tags the first shipment map
,Cemetery Mrs. Woodward of Florida vegetables carrying the state's Sunflavor em- of Quincy Florida, except a 10 ft. alley
a native or
:.:.:.:-:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: I Calvary 58 years Ga, ago.moved She to was Quincy a. blem potato of grower-shipper quality, while, assists.I. Abney Products Cox (left being), Princeton shipped I way on west end thereof.

housewife and e member
WATCH OUR PIGS GROWOn the Mrs.First Woodward Presbyterian passed Church. fated by the Florida Department of Agriculture for high
away Franklin Streets
I at 7:S3 Sunday afternoon after quality. I Jean Taylor and Margaret,
;a long illness. Markham won the consolation
Survivors Include one daughter council We received sixteen of Concord. division of their flights In the ACROSS FROM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
I Mrs. Robert Graves of Vero tents and s sleeping baker. We The Butler-Morgan Funeral recently completed Shamrock I
H Beach: two granddaughters, are also going to receive four Home was in charge of srrange- tournament at the Capitol City BIDS WILL BE OPENED AT SITE
Mrs. Charles R. Sexton, Vero fI.JZa ments. Country Club In Tallahassee.
Beach, and Mrs. George Horn We discussed the parents who Plans for our Sawano Club OF PROPERTY AT 2:30 P.M.
o PURINACHOWS nero Jacksonville; and severs would go with us to New York. IIISTORIC MEMORIES championship tournament will ON APRIL 14, 1964.
it great grandchildren.Those Nothing was definitely decided be completed at s luncheon
serving as pallbearer I Robert f Kennedy, Attorney meeting at nuo;. on Friday Ap- ALL BIDS SHALL BE FOR CASH.
\ were: Cecil Butler, Dr. Fred The Senior Conference Is goIng General, has begun recording ril third. The regular Friday
Butler Ben Bostlik. !toward to be held In Jacksonville :his memories of his assassinated afternoon matches will follow THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO REJECT
Woodward, Edward Woodward, April 24-26: There are only brother. He Is the first of the luncheon but do plan to go ANY AND ALL BIDS.
The Perry Woodward, Robert O. five place left so we were reminded 500 public figures relatives, for lunch even If It Is pouring
official weighing was February 29 Woodward and Jim Ed Gilbert. to sign up. friends and foes to recordIn rain and there Is no prospect,
at 10 a.m. Starting weights 35 and 40 The J. B. Adams Funeral We were reminded that the his own voice the years of'of any golf MRS. W. G. BUTLERP.
Home waa In charge of arrangemenl flower show Is April 16. We crln Imf John F Kennedy It la good to see Clemma
pounds. These pigs will be weighed *. were asked to enter We were When these are finished, they Gay on the course again and O. Box 826
each Saturday at 10 a.m. Weights will i also reminded that the coun- 'will be deposited in the Ken In top form as always.
be cil campout Is April 4, 5. nedy library to be erected on Nature note The left side
recorded. You are Invited to come We divided Into patrols to the banks of Bostons Charles of the ninth I fairway Is blue HAVANA FLORIDA
see these pigs weighed and let us tell discuss the business. River. with wild violets! I
about Purlna's Profit The meeting was closed In
you PJan' due form.
of Feedlngl Susan Reynolds,
March 7 Pigs Gained 33 Ibs. on 50 Ibs.

of Feed In Seven Daysl Last Rites Held

March 14- Pigs Gained 28 Ibs. on 53 Ibs. For Buddy WalshGraveside THREE BIG DAYS!

of Feed In Seven Days. services were con-

Mc.rch 21- Pigs Gained 22 lbs 56 Ibs. dinted for Walter Preston
on Girl Scout
(Buddy) Walsh, 18, of Concordat
of Feed In Seven Days. 3 o'clock Monday afternoon i
News at Vickers Cemetery with the
Her, Homer Duggar and the

fBABY CHICKS Troop 148 met Monday, Feb. Rev. Bernard brown olflclatIng it

t 123:I.Church., at the tint Presbyterian I Mr. Walsh died Saturday In |

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RHODE ISLAND REDS | We practiced our
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lie Is survived by his mother, 1964
NEW HAMPSHIRE REDS Lake.We divided Into patrols. Mr Hubert I'oppcll, Concord; ,. U,! te3U||
one brother Bobby Allen
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4? BARRED ROCK After, the meeting was cloved. Walsh, Concord: two sisters,
Jean Munroe, Judy Ann Walsh and Cathy S3T
f COCKERELS, Heavy Breed Troop Scribe Welsh, both of Concord; two
half-sisters, Margie Pearl Pop. BUILDINGMATERIALS
Troop 107 met Monday, March pell and Sandra Marie 1'oppell
COLORED EASTER CHICKS 23, at the Methodist Church. of Concord; his maternal grand-
Crls Jaillet served cake and mother, Mrs. A. 1. Mills, Tallahassee i3
; his paternal grandmother -
punch. Two Cadotles from
Troop 148 helped us learn some Mrs. Eva Walsh, Concord : >
SUBERand songs. and his step-grsndparenla
Mr and Mrs. Raymond Poppell >
I MCn 'M Butterfly Patrol had the flag
Belinda Kinard,

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Sunrise Service I St. James AME I OP High I Salem Elem. Arnett AME Gardner Shows New Bethel I Leis &t S ouitqf ,

Set At Antioch Church News : School NewsB Lists Honor Roll Church NotesSenior Grand ChampionAt Church News

Sunrise services will be held At 6 I.m. Sunday morning at; Elou .. Williams .... The following named pssonsmaintained Choir will rehearseon Show Sale I Sunday School opens at 9:45
commencing at 8 *m. Breakfast -St. James a Banns service will Linda Dm. an avetag of DO Friday sight March 27 instead a.m. each Sunday morning with I

will be served In the cafetorlum be held. March ii proving to be a and above for the us week of Thursday night All Willie L, Gardner, Leon the 'Supt Bro Henry Palmer,
Immediately after erv-- Mr. Powell E. Woodberry, very buay month at the den period. members are urged to be present -County 4-H Club youth captured Jr. Palmer li taking all teacher
ice Sunday school supt. announce Vocational Kmphama Week Id GRADE and on time This U our the Grind Chimplonihlp and member to be on tarns.

The Sunshine Band will meet that Sunday school will begin was observed March 2-0. Tuesday Virginia Baker, Debra Ann last rehearsal before the presentation -award of the Florida Negro Fit Sunnne service will be held

Thursday at 8 p.m. with Mm at 9:45: am. March S, student. had an Bam Mary Battle, Kothi Ma of" "Peter and The Resurrection -Cattle Show and Sale He show- Easter morning, S p.m. Come
Ethel Stokes entertaining. At 11 a.m. service the senior opportunity to chat with consultants Chestnut, Melvin L. Gillian,: in Easter program ed a 819 pound Angus iteer and"worship with us. GET OUR OVTBOARD
school with Parthell and junior mMonary depart- of rtieir first and Alice Fay Harrell, Randolph! to be presented Easter Sunday Chandlen' Hamburgers and Service will be held Euter READY FOR SPRING
Sunday In charge will commence mettle will present and Eater second choice HupVina, Sylvia C. Lane, Betty: morning at 5 o'clock Thin Sykes Fine Foods purchased Sunday. The senior choir and It.. about that
Cilney promise to be Veil skipper jiut
Program Perryman, Joe L. Perryman, a most enjoy. the steer from Gardner -
at 0 45 a m. All teachers Memlwrs of the Journalism top young ushers will be in charge on 2nd In Mart thinking
: able and Informative lime again lime
and pupils are asked to reporton Commencing at 4 p.m. the Clams, Club and sponsor Nina Willie F. Seymore, Brenda J.Seymore A filmstrip In beautiful progrim color at 43c per pound. Mr. John and 4th Sundays. The Junior about letting ready for iiurihor. srion .
time, annual Easter Program will be B. Ponder, aU nd..d th* Fourteenth Right Lee Thomas and I will the R. Chandler, owner-operator of choir and usher will be in el beeline make sure
presented Annual IntofJ'flt'hol..lJe Charles Wad. The accompany progrim Chandler Hamburger chain In charge let and 3rd Sunday. tour euihosra :: rT.1e in tiptop
annual Easter prngramwill congregation Is Invited
The at 4 Evening worship commence Press Work Shop March II." at 2nd..GRADE I toparticipate Florida and Georgia and Mr. Choir rehearsal will b* held ihipe. Bill Smsle, chief en5inm'erfor
b* held Sunday will leave p.m.en- at 6 p.m. Florida A 4 M University. Anni. R. Carr, Cynthia: In the singing whenever D. W. Sykei, owner of Sykes on Wednesday night. The Junior Evinrude Motors, oilers this adir -
A motorcade Thursday evening it 6 pm. W would Chestnut, Gaylyn Gunn, AnnieM. a song Is sung with which Fine Food, a local grocer choir, (.30 p.m. and the on routin maintenance; pro
Baptist like the
to Jerusalem to congregation Is f.mlll.r.Don't ,
route Ash Veronica Cause James i Clemon Sanders Jr. of
where the prayer meeting will be held. late Emma senior choir, 7:30: p.m. cedures.
Church Havana, Curry, K. fall to be at Mr. and Mrs. Clemon with I
Immediately after meeting Gunn Charles Oliver, David present Sanders, Start I lininoa system
will be prayer ansi l Marlon I The Easter Program will :: h.I :
Assembly Stevens
Missionary whose article this If
Sinter Ora Brxlirvi will Moore, Bernice Trawlck, Ussie presentation Immediately i student it St. John Elementary tint checking apark plugi.
held. All members are urgedto conduct, a special healing! service appeared In the' Workshop. Jackson, Annie R. Jackson, following the sunrise School and 4-H Club member -take place at 3.00: p.m. Sunday. they ... at ill qimtionable the
attend. to which the public I Is Invited per, the official paper of the Linda M. Biker, Eddie J. Easter presentation breakfastwill allowed the Reserve Champion After the program there will be simplest ind sated thing ii rrpltremrnt. .
The senior missionary society attend l'retls Workshop. Young, Mildred Smith, Julia be served In the lower auditorium. also weighed In at the and "Egg Hunt". If they are almost new, clean
will be entertained by to We would also lIke to congratulate Murphy Wand Kurd, Barbara .. exact weight ai the Champion The family of the late Eura L. Ihrm and reset the ,.p. Bs aunt toalw
Mr. Mary Etta Dargen at home The Senior Mimtloniry Choir: Erma Lincoln indLeonard J. Bell Raymond Neal and 815: pound Binders' steer- wu Dunklni wiahea to thank their inspect the spark plug tmntttors '
Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. will rehearse Thursday night Blakely. Mias Llncoln'a Larry Miller. C-P purchased by the Quincy Slate many fnenda for flowers, telegrams and rulibrr' inwlalors. Hard.
Weekly prayer meeting Is it 7:30 p.m. and Illakely'i articlei which ippeard THIRD GRADE: School Bank at 33c per pound. The cards and all services starting, rouuh Idling, and eicemv*
Tuesday evening at7 o'clock. We would bbs to acknowledge -: l in the Christmas edition Willie J. Mason, Betty Peter- steer also an Angus was one rendered during Uhir hour of furl ronwmplioo ran he caused In-by
drferlivi or
rluRS, eonnfrlora.
the presence of the visitors -, if the Lion' Echo received Ron, Annie L. Bell, Barbara Menus of the eleven blue ribbon winner sorrow aulalors. Other parts of the linilionsvitem
on lart Sunday They were honorary ment on. Congratuatlonst Wilson Ernest Worn *. May God Blew you.
Sunrise Service McGil Si.. Mary Gums Tu.. Brother Leroy Jackson, I'ltrim Miller, Zach- Oven Fried Sausage I The show, the nineteenth Iron Edwirda.Hospital. denser, roil and wltmi, ran be
Set For 5 O'ClockSunrise Murray, Puirh Young and Deacon I The final for the DeclamatIon riah Blackahear and Helen Pea Bean the state ill Negro Fit Cattle \ leMrd with i spark chwker.
Rallla Murry, Jr. The thing to chock ascending,
Contest were held March Walker Turnip Greens Show and Sale was declared Report nest
Rev. Or. Bridges announces 4th GRADE Fruit Cup by many, "the best yet," to Sonic, Is the furl system. Re.
Easter services will that an extended Invitation to! 16. Finalists In the senior divis- Ruth M. Ceymore. Corn Bread numbered 311 entries which set mote and clean the furl filler. The

commence at S a,m. Followingthe the public to attend a special ion were i Mary Bradley, Mir- 5th GRADE Milk a record ai follows: Urgent Admi.no.i' March 17 throua fillrr and bowl should be washed

service, breakfast will 'eserved. program, Sunday morning, 11 Ion Brown Krm Lincoln Anna Rodgers D. Shipman, Sylvia W.dnwd.y, April 1 number of entries, more blue March, 23 (D.I. Indium) with neutral I iplnls Filters cloRtrd
Steven ihould
Aa Invitation Is extended -a.m. She inform that she will 'rwton, Charle Stoke, Wilton E. Brown, Eddie Joe Flcmmmg, Meat LoafButtered ribbon winners (eleven) and Audrey Gilbert, Quincy; smith varniiJi. er gum oVpoiiti
to the public to attend show you something that you and Patricia\ Wynn. Annie G. Scott Johnnie Mc. lUre ,best quality ateeri with 18 red Delrdrs Kelly, Quincy; Ron be replacedIf left fuel In the link ever

AH participant are remindedto ,have never wen befor. You Junior Bowman Finalists were I Gloria Clam, Willie L. Turner and Green Bean ribbons and 10 while ribbons.I Mae Young, Quincy; Debris the winter you monlhi, throw It cut UsIng .
attend Easter Program rehearsal -must witnein this.Arnette Smith and, 1'lnky CilHam, Edna John II. Johnson. TOMe! Salad Mr. James C. Pace, Animal Fudge, Quincy; Edonure Jonea, it ran cause hard starting ansi
Thursday 8 p.m. and .-- I'vggy Webb Bus GRADE Jello and Fruit Husbindrymin,Agricultural Extension Quincy!! Michael Williams, furl system fouling. If the lank was
Saturday I pm. You are urgedto Chapel We would like to congratuU I James Clark, Annette Oliver, Enriched; Bread Service, University of Quincy; Olhe Mae Tuner, left parlially filled during the off
attend both practice. Walter Campbell! and Bc-ltye Hollia, Henry Jackion, Milk Florida, and Mr. Frank Baker, Quincy; Leroy Coleman, Quincy seams, there I. a pouibility, that
Superintendent Jesse King Calendar Franklin Murry of li-J. Camp- Jeanette Gunn, Bessie Neal, Thursday, April 1 Animal husbindrymin, North ; James Jackson, Quincy; gum deposits have fnrmrd. Such do
announce that Sunday School Lists hell wa elected as Student Gloria Doyle, Boils Muon, Creol. Liver Florida Experiment S"'Uon,1 Ruby Nell Hutley, Quincy; potiti can uiually bs removed bysrrubbini
will-commence- at 9:45-a.m. All Government Day Principal and Barbara Parker Reginald Washington Mashed Potatoes Quincy were the official Judgei. GeraLdine Riggins, Havana; the inside .f the lank
teacher and pupils are urged to Sunday School with Superintendent Murray, assbitant principal. We I ( Shirley McClain Lon- English Pea Sleeii were judged on the, Juanita Jackson, Havana; Baby with sectors or lacquer thinner
Joseph Long Sr. In would like to congratulate all Mil lemming. Brownie Danish system. I Girl Brown, (21 hours old when If you neilected Is ehsni the'
attend charge will commence it 130 candldiatos for the irpliendld 7th GRADE Roll Square The Judging Contest N F A admittedCarlton Brown, f..th- lubricant la the lower unit lait fall,
The it Enter S pm.program All participantsr will begin The morning service will begin effort put forth I Robbie Carter, Mary Jane Milk and 4-H Club was represented er) Havana; Mattie Salter, Havana i, do thil sr now.* detected K" water In or the foreign drain, parmuIr. oil, ,

asked to be In the church at at 11 am the Itev A. II.:' The Lion' ohierved Student Gunn Earnentme Lane, Bobbie Friday, April 3 by 24 teams. Friendship 4-H ; Beatrice Bouie, Gr en- havs the engine checked, by S nullified .
4,SO( p.m. lunter will bring the message Government Day, March 20, a N. Baker, pclorvi Grandlwrry Salmon Croquette with To- Club, Quincy Russell H. Stephens -boro; Linda Deanne Brown, marine dealer When rffillmt
The Easier program will beheld day sot wide for worthy seniors Susie Neal and J.*rnon Gauiie. Mate Sauce 4-H Club Leader, won first Chattahooohee. the lower unit, u.. only she type of
:Tb. annual Easter' egg hunt Sunday afternoon. A treat to hold positions as admlnMra- I GRADE Macaroni and Cheese honors.. The team member are:' BIRTHS COLORED lubricant ncommended by thi nan.ufarturer .

will be held at 430 Monday I. In store' for you.Weekly to..., faculty, and eulOto i.".. l'.uUn"Gunn, Lomar Carter, Lettuce and Tomatoes Lester Rory, Earnest Rory, Shelly Jerome and Juinita Jackson .
AU pcrsoni ire asked to is- activities are ai follows Our annual Student Government Marjorie Taylor, Corrine Hopkins Peach Cobbler Brown and James Thomn Boy.- March 20. The propeller, ihoujh often overlooked
embl on time : Sunday School Board Day ChaH program wag Eunice Moody and Ruby Enriched Bread Carter-Parramore 4 H Club Quasi Frank and Edith Cola- I li oni of the :nol Important::
The Junior Choir rehearsal meet Monday at 6:30 p m. Of- held friday, March 20. Our Glee Brundidge MilkMacedonia placed second The team member ton Girl March 22. pans of the engine. If It la nicked tr
wU| be held Wednesday evening tidal board, Tuesday 7 pm Club sang "I Hear a Voice A are: Harold Jackson, John. Jimmie and Mattie Salter bent, it should b* repaired or replwri -
at 7 o'clock. Junior Choir rehearsal, 7/10 Singing" and the band played ny Walton Harold Carter, and Carl March 23. Even if It dnetn'l thaw siena
and Senior Choir Rites Held For MB of h should bt checked or.
Tuesday relearial -the Beaille; latent hit, "With I Richard Anderson. Leon, Jackson .tireb with
Thursday 7 pm. Love From Me and Jefferson Clubs weplal'ld I marini dralrr a
To You"
When you lend money, with. Jack Trottman and and. Mrs. Lee DuncanFuneral Church Notes respectively. St. Joseph MB pitch black
Kelly Bryant
out security, count it a* gone There are a lot of ways to did I The N. F. A. Judging teams Thn* mamlrnsnc Kept are basIc
an Impersonation of the
for good and you will Sometimes Dike big money quickly; Unfortunately Beatles, service for Mri placed I* follow: Greenwood Church News The Evinrude engineer' ineRMIl that
be surprised when you most of them are Eura Lee Duncan wa conducted The chairman of the program Quincy Chapter A, Quincy IOU also follow lubrication procedures
It back. Monday night< the .seniors committee of Macedonia Misloniry rerommennVd Is your molnrowner's
set dishonorable New Bethel AME.
___ .- -- motored to FAMU to hear the Church 4 March Baptist Church, expreia-Chapter U, Monticello, and Sunday school Ia held every manuaL Doing ihn em iHdeilra
p.m. Northslde of Havini I Sunday morning at 10:00: of Ills to eulboaid
lamiiion Institute Choir of 22. She died In Orlando Municipal es appreciation to those helpingin am. years four
Official scorer for Judging Bible! Clas held Monday
Viigmia. to make the Annu.1Women' Is every motor
Hospital, 6 60 a. m. any way luccessful. Teimi were: W. L, Robinson' night at 7'30:
.Nothing But The Truth" a March 1A, following an extended Day most and Robert Bryant, Jr., Asslst- The Youth Program pm. I la held
Special thanks to the ipeikeri -
three aU comedy will b illness .
pre- ont Agent of Jackson and Jeteiion
iwnUd the Senior CUn The teased Meisen Moore and Frin- every Tuesday night at 7.30: p.
by a native of Counties reipectlvelyMithanlel .
cia and to ill person appearing m. Choir practice la held every
ThurwUy night reared in the
Quincy, was Saylor and O. M Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m.
Friday night, March 20, the bhaw'a Addition, city She attended on programsThe amount of $25201: was Bowman, both of the School of There will be a Easter program -
county witl Spelling Bv. wa the schools of Gadmlen realized through this effort Agriculture, Florida A and M held at I:00 p.m. Sunday .
held in tin school tafotonum. County, an moved to Orlando, Ciptaln'i report: Mr. Fannie University. sponsored by the youth church.
Saturday morning our Glee in 11)45.) Shortly after moving Brown $2698 Mrs. Ruth Brown The Showmanship award was Friday night at 7:30 p.m.,
Club motored to MontICello to to the centrial Florida City six $31.23: Mrs Mary Cowsrt $70. held Tuesday evening. Gary St. Joseph II Invited to PeaceM.
j participate In th* Dintint Vocal joined Mt Calvery Primitive 19, ind Mri Eirllne Barber Bridget, Alonu Smith Leon, B. Church. This Is to be held
Festival, Baptist Church where she served $28 011. Public collection wu I Sarah Sanders, Willie I Ward, and March 27, 3964.WilliamsInfant.
on neveral boards.. She wu Benjamin Knight won honor In A 110.... el Vmr Doctor .l WxllclM,
FeiUvil U M
Mill Spring rgaivt $Oi.: 52.:
Vow iartt Madiral 50< sot KM
also Interested in the the contest I
Wells, loot attendant Is Is lion lIIodMai AMOCUUM.
and civic movement, in The Annual Sale held
attendant Kowlyn Jenetleld I* ShJiley and second JonesCosvgi'atulaUunsl ,the city. Roberts On Leave neaday afternoon, 2 p, w.d'i Burled Sunday A MEDICAL PBOrTSSOR-S
100.00 JACKPOTAT 1 The Itev James Nealy, pastor Mr. and Mrs. Willis H. the Gadiden County Livestockand I THOUGHTS ON MENTAL
of New Bethel wa In chargeof Robert and family was pleasantly Auction Market wu well Graveside rites for Infant HEALTHThe
service. A short program surprised Thursday attended by local Businessmen Mlchsll Wllllimi were conduct.
Students To Be Guests,preceded tits eulogy. March 5th, when their eon, and visitors In the area A. V.Rirha ed from Saint Paul Cemetery great sickness of our ape
lbs survivors ansI Mr. A2/c Willie 11 Roberts, Jr. Assistant Slate Commissioner Gretna. The rites were conducted i* boredom a famoM medico
Tll haskee Science slu-Jesus Duniin huaband, Mis* arrived home from Mamutrom of Agriculture attend by a local minister at, professor one staled. As today -
dunli. of Mr. Sam Itelsey Jr., Patricia. Duncan, daughter,' Air Force Bane, Montana on a ed. Commissioner Doyle E 2 pm. Sundiy. He died at 7:15am : 'I prevailing malady he included .
JITNEY JUNGLE Cailcr-l'arramme High School Jesse, Jr and Lilton Duncan,! 30 day leave, after which he Conner sent a letter of congratulations ", March 22, following a' i lack of meaning in,\',-
Wulmy, will be guenti of the sons. Mrs, Irene Edwards, will go oversea to Okinowa. and best wishes brief illnesi. purpose along with boredom.
Florida A AM University xience mother, Burly Edwards, father, Airman Roberts Joined lbs Air and explained that he had previous The survivor are Manuel Le.William. .I Our pceoccupitioa with the
PLUS faculty on Tuesday, March 24. Mrs. Rutha Ma Keaton, Mr*. Force May 29, 1962, after commitments, which prevented ., father, Mr*. Eloulse nplorilion of outer space-an 1
Dr. Million C Khaney, dean Maim Lue Spivey, Mrs. Lime graduating from Cartor-Parra- his attendance Willis mi, mother, Soloman andEmanuel meantime the seemingly wtifiil5avomdssce
5 of the College of Arts and Kigers, Miss (Gerklin Edwards, mon High school, Quincy. H* Sykei Fine Foods also bought Williams, brother understand of and learning control how to',
WINNERS : Sciences, Is making irrangemenli Mrs. Rutha Mae Petcraon, MI. w *n honor graduate from the the largest steer, a 10115 pound Shirley Ann, Vonclll and !'th'i lelves-is the dramatic expre{
for the visit of the group Barbara J. Kdwarda, sinters. K. :1628 Air Police Technical Hereford, shown by Wendell el Williams, listers.SlnunsJacksta lioo at our social sickness.eipUmed <

REGISTER AT I to the, FAMU campus.FREE D., Joseph, Fletcher and Robert School, Lackland. Air Force Mayo. The blue ribbon entries Funeral Home Mw dock*. Medicalscwnce
-- --- Edwards bl'Othel'l.M. Base Texas. The 19-year-old ire: Willie L. Gardner, Clemon was In charge or arrangement Kt pointed out, his '

..., W, M. Lloyd, Mr*. Alene airman will visit Hawaii/ and Senders, Jr., Edward Gardner : made enormous slriiln III illr--
JITNEY JUNGLEBE Ferry, Mrs. Irene Miles, and Japan during his IB month tour Ronald Gardner, Nelson Wyche Card of Thanks viating, pain ind prolonging life,
ILU\\IH: SLED Khia: Halne*, aunts, Alex and overseas After airman Robert Byron Price, Patricia Hender to be now confronted with the
SURE YOUR CARD IS PUNCHED WiTh PIRCHASK Theodore Lloyd, uncle 111.... fill lila obligation In the service son, John B. Smith, DyrilGrtce I would like to take thlamet.hod talk of enlarging ita function ti>
Gum! Lloyd, grandmother. he plan. to attend FloridaA and Windell Mayo. I to thank all my friends include giving meaning to the
ANY SIZE fF.RTILIlERPearce' Tallahas.ee Clarence George Elbert and the different organizations lift his helped to mat possi
BY Interment wa held in the and M University, ,
6:30 P.M. SATURDAY I Nursery Williams cemetery, Betaey Fun Florida He wishes to be and Johnson, Dorothy ':'nltbk Alon- For sending cards flower, and ble.The doctor defined mental
Electronic .: nMr. za Smith, a telegram to Dabney Funeral
"alHome MI charge nlf _ health that oi mind
.! .! _ si stale in
Carl Ward, J. U George, Juhn Home" for my father, the which
a can
Miller, Willie Simmons, Alfred late Mr. Nathaniel William.' activities" person with utusactMa carry on lo

Mayo, Gary Bridges, Jewel Sr. and especially Mrs. Bulah himself with some sense of re-'
Smith, Vera Gordon, Bobby Bryant for accompanying me iponsibility to otlo<<.. and ..th.<
Anthony, Cassle B. George, down there out making a mmnni ofhimMh ,
S i r a h Sander, Claudette, Thank again and may God to a Urge swmber of'
IS FOR Smith and Lee Price placed In bless you all people. AI persons, with or!
the red ribbon award. Cyrus Mri. Wilma Lstrelle Pete without mental health are
Kenon Earnest Miller Harold and the Williams family. obliged to salter, h* sauL lo:

Carter, Harry W. Smith Richard experience frustration or grief,
West, Willie Ward, Johnny Harrell Infant's pain, leosiostconfict, I jealouny,.
tear sad withra' the
anxiety is
P George, Amos House, Stanley Last Rites Held nature of mis Thet are difft-
Cards and WUIle Kenon placedin cult situations, and hsppineii 11
Graveside rite for baby Bar-
PRINTING I' the white ribbon class '
The business concern, and bars t J. Harrell were conducted a in by-product whole or in part.resolving them,''

personal which purchased or from Friendship Cemetery at Feelings of confidence m OM','
contributed are: Chandler 4 pm Saturday, March 21. self and J others the snise r4 :
I Hamburger, S>kea' Fin Foods, She died at the Gadsden County having; a neaiur of competencyand
Quincy Slat Bank Wlnn-Dlxle Memorial Hospital Friday a basic faith that the whole, "
Stores Cadsden County Auction March 20, following a brief Ill human irtMtKM it worthwhile,
S Market Flint River Mill, ness. A local minister wu in add to a person's capacity M cite

LETTERPRESSand I Tallahassee, Joe Wedelei, Inc., charge. dare all the ills lo which, \be nmbjected
Cltlieni Bank and Trust Company The survivors are Dupree Har ; concluded the doctor.SHAMIOOt .

[ Coca-Cola Bottling Co., rell, father, Mr*. Annie Doria
Southern Chemical Co. Bell Harrell, mother, Linda J, Lot-
em, Emma Jean Harretl sls-
and Bale Hardware, Letter
I Motor, F. P. May Drug Co., A. len, Larry Harrell brother
Mrs. Retna Johnson and Mr*.
I,1.. Wilson Co, Frosty Mora
P Lillle M
Harrison Auto, Jitney Jungle Williams grandmother
v.L Ben .
er* William
I Double Cola Bottling Co., Mrs. .
D. Adams, Chatuhoochec.
10 Ethel Sander, Quincy,
.j' OFFSET Seminole Packing Co., Mr W. I MASONS TO MEET
M. Inmaa, and Quaker State Worshipful Master Johnny
Oil Quincy Telephone Co., House urge all member of
Tallahassee Savings and Loan,I F. A. Modern Mason,
Tallahassee Bank. Knight of Goodwill Lodge No.

Sales Literature Leiier Heads I Donors to exhibitor are; M to be present Friday night
j Hydro Gas, Quincy, Miller Chev. Mar 27, time I p... A special
:'rolet, Carrawayi Shoe Flxry, call meeting ri,.. be present .
,Slewart-\OlIn.. Farmer Hard and oa lime. II:
Business FormsG" :I ware, ArrlngtoB-Morgui 'Furn
iture Co., Havana Insurance CuD or THANKS)
'Agency, Donaldson Scull Drug Tb. family of the late Mr.
and Labels I''Shrlfer and Elllnor, Havana, Elton Smita wtaoe to thank the F
Tags Havana State Bank. Banana many friend. and other, for
Out of town attendance Included the flowers, card and other t
r : Mr Robert Bryant kindness show during tile

Call Us for Prompt and Accurate Servico Z Jr Hartsfleld., Jefferson Leon County County, Mr,K.Mr.A hour The of Smlfhsunly sorrow. |

W U Robinson, Jarksua Couav. The Smith family 1
ty )lr. Jame Miller Madison TW -<:a.Bedt.taa. ,

627-7649 County. 4-H Oab leader. Mr. The church crowd doe not II, her madpartauieone
Alfred Howard Jeffenoa County always Hand for the thing the I tram Irelaad I wroath4

Mr. Jsrar Weatberspooa, church don I but they ai* supporting h* ahamroek at John F. Ken.
(rfenwood.. Mr. George Brown their church. I MIl, International Airport !-
Lincoln. Tallahassee, Mr. Johnny Hew York a* she extend her j
GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES Utrkett, Havana, Mr. Powell gr.etIngMaUtheIrWh.Tb.sisecka :
,Woodberry. C d d**, Mr. Nebemlak Pleas accept eur thank '.1 1 I an part of th* an.

Bower Cadsden Mr Hernia the atlMdance. donation & !',I DUal chrcneat .... Am Bin taj
Mfaihlngton, Chlpley and during this
purchase given from ShABfloa
every year *. iJ
IS South Madison Street Mr Y L ElLuasDtsoridA'eMspecial program to respect of our Bt. Patrick' Day fMtintw*.
: Programs, Florida A youth W the above mentioned (, el.aivesaatautiea1geM.T '
,sod Vaiverntr: TalI.u0" -..,cou Ues. ,, .

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i HAIL MtKBNDANTNOTICh by thePlaiM Ownnr ular or .ptn-lal, Inrluillnf lad.te County HIM Farmer1Mark. ky deed Its. l May 10 lilt
.. .... Plumbing FLa"' ... Electrical TilE StolE or ru'Rinx Ira.'t dpuhll .... oiIs000sas I... ,Ii, t 1,0 I'uhl'"' lately 'Ill.u .rlda. 'Fhona MA M4I4 or I Deed Ho.k l. KK at pate
CLASSIFIED ADS SuppUaa. Pipe end TO: OhlMI) lOINS R. VANLANDINUHAM. )Inapecllin. al lbs office ofCllv i'r 1I1.'I..n at <-,'nor "I Madle .. W l''hllll.)., i blat. Plaids ri I ..r Hi.' l"to'-"r ia of
Water 'ho Manator, Quill, v. Kl.r .'n and rawriird Hirr.la late Farmer.1 Market, P. II. Uadaden County PI'"rlda, and
Heaton, Tilt rUtlDII"I' : S.5.rk44nulIrI.1.rc4a, do. or may be obtained low MMTltiN 4. "I. the lni.nl nf Rox 111, Winter Haven Florida, ale tha North bolt nf lbs
Gal and OU ''rh. Wledeman and MntUton Bnilnoara the city uiinmlaeton and of th* Phone t'Y I.III*. Mali 1 bIds tareaoh \ln cunveyd hv n h. rity atUiiln.
l>. O Bui let I Atlanta I, l Ity thai thla Ordinance amend office of W 0 Whittle on .'y, KlorldK. (ii ('0.4
Vou .ow kriky natltlad hal Oiera-ta upon dopoeft of llo.00 the Code ell Ordinance. or lbs .r borer I 00 a m. Monday, Ap. IhontM ky deed _I... MeX
FOR SAl H HOC DTP Coldor. a aalt too dl.oro* boa bras for sap or all DIMalo.. '('ItO of Qulacy. Florida and hnuoulIfIsd rll I a, IMI We reaorvo the ,. 1144, and rworded I in I'-..d
.1 Al ..1I41t10l,., 1...,. ..nlvn ROCCOPIPE hroufht .,.I".t you In Ih* clrull One-half lbs amount of deithln I Kin Inrluabun, th.roln rla.it to accept ur reject any part Book Pini I.ONIU
MMENTiore .. n..t h Contact Wllburn Coon of Oadaaan Counlr.Morldn posIt wIll 1 b. rofundod a lbs HKOTION I. Thin Ordlnan<* at any bid or all bids In tha of Ike pubic rttorda fOaddn
I Hairy Telephone MAIa 1.4514VACL'VM In Chanoary, ky IJXITD 050005 of all dorumont. lit toideoadtilon ob.1I take eltct Immediately.on beat. Intereal of the "tut. Farm <.ounly. riortda
tr T VAM) ANDIMOHAM. and you thirty (I*) da .. lie appruval, paaaa e and .... Market ProgramIXiYUt which la now l Mind aa R.Ion
___ _____ 0 ._ & SUPPLY CO. HP* bar !h> required tu fit. with utter tIn 1st. of opeang of It l: nsaroqulr.4 by law CDNNRRCOMMIMIIONBR th* official inning map of
Iii. flark of Ik* aald Court your Barn piopoaal must be acor INTIUUH'CHI> In nurn ....I..n (IF Ih. City of Quiuoy shall ..
01 allN1'1 0.. 15055 bedroom 44 YEARS or SERVICE a rlttari d.t.,,_ pcraonally or pooled hy a certified. cr.uk or )>( the Cliy ominlaelon of the 4IJRll'I'ITII"1e ckanaed to C.IThla
for .ii 00. .ne iw. bud CLEANERS hi alt...'Cy. II asy tll..lo, an'tn a bid bond In an amount equal city of Oulnr). ri<.rlda, thli w o wmrrue, CHiRP 14th day 'or March, till,
room How far III Of moma New and Used Cleaners I To Thii Area .*". upon tha Plalntlffi atlornay 10 al laat tan (*0%) par lint II day of Pehruary, A. I' IMI State Farmere Market* i llty CommIssion ..f tho City ctUuiney
WIth poll..*' oak floor, UI. a copy Ihiroof on or hart 01 the amount bit. rAiSED In open r..ular ...- 'VHMON OF MArtKnmfrIt1 nurldaHy
all and Kllchta and all mod. PHONE 122.IU7I .r* lbs Ilh day at April A. O, A lontrait performance and .Inn or the City OummlMlon. or M. W Hlnem
jra ioB...l.no.*. T I ritrhr Any mike .r model .. bond In .n .mollnl of .""Ida. ibIs
1110 .. Monroe Street u. p.'mnl the City qulncy In lbs Court ot ills County Mapor'Cutunl.IomtorA1'TRST
Ur.ansb500.. FlaPb. .n. HI I Repaired I Herein fall not or tuAfmint equal to on. hundred (I****) Ilk day or March. A. U till.kt Judge. n..40" l'onty. rlor.
|IU or HI I III*. Writ Boi St4 er TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA will h. .nt.'*. a-lnlt you \>J per cent of the ... ..*! amount, W. HlnaonIVealdlna Ida In I'rebale. Mu. Ho 1. r iroee

.OH RENT: I Bedroom nturnlhd Phone J77 CS3I dafaultWITNBM mill be :::J II"odI' ; Officer of (h* CityCommlieinn I. rot: Baial of trk of OIly of Qulncy<< and
.house. 8hlfr $Hlbl. I mjr hand and lhaaaal No may h* withdrawn of lbs City of Lola Meaia ('.or.. of Clly OommlaalonI
lall MAI ,.11... U Cairo Gk. I of aald C'5054 at Qulnrynorlda after th* .leal** tlm Oiilncr VlorliUATT1 rteceaaeilTo I hereof Mat- II Apr' UNOTI
thIs lbs I day of Mare achedule.1 for th* receipt of bIds TJ ; All Creditor and Peraon.Halna '
I A r>. 1544.OSEALI for a period of thirty (H) day K (*roaeClerk "I.1m. ur Pemand. K of> INThNTION:
Mwln lI.u' Tha City reaerve U. eight to 1 ,.f tha Cltr of Qulnry and A.alnal Held Kaiaii, : 1\ MAKE API'U<'AT 10*
AADle. fl.rk of sold Courtity .Ioot any or all bids and to flerk of tha City Cominleilontkr You and each of you ar* her.r .. KOH fINAL l'lmHAKUriorlil .
FOR SALE ... ./ Don a laa .. Baur waive InforwalllJleaTH1C .of4OTICK. 1\ h notified and required 10 Htatute
FOR RENTModem TV SERVICE DC : CITY lvr Q0I1-CT. P00500(5 II, vlalma and tf*. In Court n< ito County J,',.
HAL A PAVIIAttornty FIORIOABy iladadan County. slots ef
GOOD. SMALL USED '. < INVITATION FOil m. ,id* whlih you, er *ltheatal Klorlda.
law II I. areao"C'lt
at :
I Bedroom untu,.. CASH REGISTERWith epalra .. All gulnry. Florida Ma.agorMsr.O.l1 'BIO: Item I fONHTRWTION InaUdla or 01*yet ef Lola n..v hu........5.51055, .........the.d. In I'rol.al.
nuMerlala '
Make ... n To furnlah ,In re th. hiata of
lobed ApartmrnL Located In Modelaa AUoraD) for aiatur 1.1.01 asH County. to the Oeuni .
It Umber plywwMl flbrrlaea. K. U HI'BKK!: UK
., I. II IS Ii
Duplex it IIS W. Wublnrton. t Totali I ToW for MAUIO WEI COMB IN flig 0011OI1'Y JurwAsca vapor Uanter al\inld :iJuda.: of Ual'd.n County [\e.......
Within walking dli. nil .. hlnaea nalla.. paint, Florida. t hla efflra In the court To All Whom li' May Concern.Nirtki .
Monet 1 Total for Tax. rnoNM ."1. ,-.enolIURDA' In th* Court nf th* County dOOM tip OANlL)1IfII t.'OI1NTr. lease of aald County al QulncyFlorida .
lane .! shops school and A riorlda PI.0ltlIANO. sid all other Hi-ma neieaiary to la herely ('Iven that J.
fits DETAIL TAPE FOR 1 Jades. Gadidia County ctvil.r room tapproi within alt ealendarmonth .
onewucl on Byron auhi tiled his final ml.p.m
churchrt YOUR STORE RECORD. la I rohata.In .nl FILlYPIEIARY II ft > .l ft I wIthIn 011. from lbs time of the .. eiecutnr of tke MastS of
SAD,, i I'Y ...... .105tlm rot l-'iain tnlt No I Hndaden Tounly Oral puhllealkin nf thIs nolha 1C ., thathe
$75.00 ALL HICK*, a. minor, Pec*****. Itur ., I Two roplea of each claim or U "" kr deeed
tV7161 during buil ,
Call Wood '.ff._ Dne.onod NM'IfII male Farms BooboO. QuInce riled kla petltli for fine
d."d shall In and
b. wnliIn.
new hour, or 127-4294. after To All Creditor and Protons Nolle la hereby atven hat th* FiseblaITIM ANtiINIITAI.I.ATln1lo ihall .,.,* lbs pla><* of re.idanr.ind dicihari, and liSt h* will apply
I IWJDIPMIiaNT t. tli llonorahl II. T lleyneldsiVtuniy
I ,..m.I Hat tit CUIma\ or Domand.A..lnol ndrt.lgnrd ban filed lit etkal furnlah allrefrlferatlnn poet office adilreai of 110'tsItnnnL .
.. T. Judge of tladelen c.".
I 11111111 anil Bueutorf
aid BalalaY : i and ahall be awurn toby
I 'u o lid each of you ar. hereby th.' 11.1 Will ln.r Toarament ma,'hlniy motor tha claimant. III ....t. *r ly. Klorlda. oa lbs liik day of
deoeaeed and ha* *. r.tuip0000i'r..nd.osora April, lnai, fur avproval of .am
aotl .. and required to p. of Fell Itrnry and
ompanled by
I attorney a
RIM ISTATI i ..ntap I .1.lm. and 4.mandaWI ala) .. fllel lie PUlon (or Urdatif e4ul m.lul, .nd *.v'*.m i,Ins in' filing fee ef one dollar and and for final dlnhu* aa *aelilor .
h either of niaiiiliution and II. application lading iwo t 0 v nm ixiolerJoora at Ih* eetal of H, U .uke. ..
NH D--'AICH,,;- tut- - .. additIonalnial.rlala
"Ins! 5.'* your fotoor.owtadPCA. aol III S minor, decoaaed, lataf that on the lth day of April and harnwar. "d.1I CITIMMH BANK TRUST of M.r *' till
Loan up K. T rear. Berepreaentatlva > '114k.County. to the tICtintyJudga 1114 al 10 00 o''book A. M ar aa ne Meuy tu U > lnea andlabor ('ON I'AI V J. MYRON amiCR
of at"nll.lIo Production ol Had.l.il County, Florida soon thereafter aa the nnderlan-; ,Himiilei retilii.rii" unit A. administrator of Ike Balalt ICXIOl.'I'TOIth.* Kta 0'
9054100CR Credit A.aa, Offk U at hla office In the court .. may be heard II will apply! to Install tIlls equlpm.manil I nf loris React '_..4 K. k. '1'11I"lit.., dereeeed
Farm Bureau Bldi h.0.50(00 44 County at Qulncyrlda 10 th. ('..unty Judge of Oadwira Sours Innol.r room. lap Ity T R. MianAaalalant Mar It, Apr. I. I. II .,
Mar II It Apr t, It within *l,ht oalendar (aunty. Florida al hla office InIh pro*. II ri < II fl I al' ll nidrnOoiinty Trout Officer
months from lbs llm of th. Court Hon. In florIda Hiata Fa mar* MackM.
U I' SERVICE first pibllMtllon of IbIs ....lIr.. .: for approval ..?ufX' Final Olllnry. Klnrldlrato In lbs four nf th. Count JUDGE GETS REVENGE

SALE kih .010 or demand aball ... ItnIlirli and II.port and for an ". .. Mill n.u.l k* .rnrnlahed, .. I juiti. Qadad* County, riorlda.ta .
FOR ... limed al i- r Richmond When freah.
In wrItIng. and ahall atat th* "raer ..f IMalrthutlon and for fi.m U Hem I'ruhai -
;'OR- ; such Eu",, ,1.1.,1.,i soil I IoId II.' .>' ",ateriatsSnider.WolIs In Kalal ef Blnndwai
; HKNT: Four Kwlrrc pla. nf realdenc ami pool office Final lrbau aa ,,,., ," ri man tn high school, Sam
and ,..".,... 0:' lot. It" 'M"I TEll HICK J,.
Iwalliug no nornar 01 ot Jot ...d... nf th* claimant, coo of S claai ordered by
I t.r.onon d 1ewa 1'.1.. ('on. 1952 Willys Sedan Sl wccit Young'i shall be iworn to by tho claimant "TUB Qi'l14'T PTATB BANK I-
teacher to writ
tar Alvin \\,11 .t 1I.hln Wall hli stool, or hIs attorney, It) K a VSoodborylie All Creditor and I'ec.on. an exmpeiraU
In' .n Wool Crawford lIt. tl sod any such rlalm or "..m.nd.ot irunt OffUr HonIng lalmi. or Demand.Aaaln 50 bOrneo "I mUM not talk In
Rebuilt an filed hall k* void.lAvlnla Aa It:ocr,.too of th* t.et Will .! laId KalalaiTon eI...."
K RENT Ipitalra furnIsh KOhl, and Teainment of rlll Hanry and oarh ef you irs heroky .
.< ....rtm.nt. LIght and water Aa admlnlatratrlt of ihs Ba di-teaaed i I IIr'Kury e notified and required ta pre- Thirty-eight )lH..lat.r. Judge
urnlnhtd B.* a4 II N. Lon 8U 199. lois of Mlcha.l lllcka, a minor and Testes lent any claims and damandawhlrk Samutl Dliint, wit on the bench
or rill MAIn 7-ISII. CAPITAL PEST CONTROL der...." 411on.,. for Riooular you, er either of you, may whPn lois former teacher was
Yurnl.had I rirat pul'lleatlon Mar. 11, till ASIan''. FlorIda have aaalnat lbs eatal ef TeIllrka .
.'UK RuiN I Roo'n fined for speeding. Recognli.Ing
A..tm.nt. rrtn h.th. !..o.uled 856-5453 fft Caa
.t 110 E. W..hln.ton. Oon. .l Rat &.d HID oltOINANCH NO III ('ounl,. Florida at hi.
.17..11 At'VKKTIHKMKNT!: !: FOil her to pay 110 and writ 101)
tact Mro. Harold Beth. olllilNASCM AWKNPINII hou. el
tOUCh rawlaattoaCaU FOIlCON8TRt'CTIN AN: nffloa la tk* evurl lull "
... .n.14n. tl <1 WATER KBCTtON: l II.I CtIP' TMW County al gulmy, riorlda within tlmea, 1 must not exceed the

: Tallthaaa. Fla. WORKH IMPROVKMUNTH: FOR COhIO OF ORnlNAJKTOM, INC. ala ral.ndar monlha from (hs Wood llnJt."
THS CUT ('1' QUINCY SIT or qt'INI'v. rujHi I lima *f his fIrst publication of -
FOR SALE COLLECT I .r.OltIDA HA HbltTAININlk: TO M-KI 5SaI.s with Sarvle Thai soil.'.. Two ...,.1.* of ea< h I
I baud prnpoaali ..11b.* r*. TION IHklTHIOT OK PHKI lalm "r demand ahall bain will, lUaearcher aro at woik *|
HOUSESFOR HOME MITE JU-I4S1 .'.1.i>f unlvenltlei. metllrtl slob
OFFICE 122.1711 U Flotilla In Ills courtroom Uaita 1'loAt'K Kt'H CITY 111,11"" MAin 74U7 I ....hl.n.* and post offlo addree.of and hnapllaii to find Noses and
dan County Court limit until TIONM AN 11 AMKMIONItHhHTIOI th* rlaliiianl. and shall h.awotn .
SAUl I badroom horn, TV SERVICE II ,0 A M. KIT: April I. lull. II.t OF MAID O. Box 443 to .ky th* claimant. Maaienl I cum of crIppling soil meant
don. d..p lot. ......*. Hu.na \ li.. < .tee 4 H.Mln All HikeoM I__ oo ___ for rnr.almriln frlnsrwn Ii and f1U>W HBRTAININll TO TUB P. or attorney soil ai..omnanled of: Improving tho educational I,
ta lltlihta. Call Ill' after I pm.II;; ..1. ,t-ana watar work linprovamcnta .l TIM II I 0.: ANU 1'I.AI'M Kl'H QUINCY. FLORIDA by a flUnfa. of on. i emolloiiil, ptvcrxilnghal, eoolal.
which plica tlm lIla aildpropoaali lUM.I'INH 1I.,1I'loAH I'liTlCl.lCi'l'li'Nlt dollar and luch claim or damandnot : olrrtppUid
sod vnoallimal
MACK'S MDIO ker unt.* pnrd PUBly ANU: AMHNIhIMI 50 lied shall ka .01' kdjuatmrnt
I.AKIO 140UP: FOR $41.5 ONE STOP lId and roadPropoaala KKOTION ll-ltir SAil> molds lll<'kaAi When you glvt In
jIardy5 150111)4. CoIl Jopharnb.rblrt. TV SERVICE may ha aubmlltad ol rilllH ITHTAIMNO: TI) ailinlnlairatrll ot th. B*. tAilor haste. you help expitidreaMirh
I' MAIn MUD, atl.r 107 SasS ."..... any number of lbs throe (I hi I..Ion. I. I'lAI'lO Of 1101.IHNIl AOl Yet you can get anry tat* of T.. Illiuku. Jr, deveaaedrirat that will retttiro the
I p.m. For All Your Into which th* work I. divided tilOINH 1'I.ACB nf. MTY pulilluailun Mar II till
..... U. A..,. 0. 0. \I It Heparata oontraola may 1C1.It:>CTI'ill, lnUWKIBINItTUB nice free ballpoint 1 Mar II, It, II, Apr I--l phyilcally disabled to produce

ha awirdMl o. numbar rdlTlalona rKFnCTIVH VATSIlICItFOb' Uv, living .
FOR 8ALH Th,.* bedroom Fishing Needs The ...rlt oon.lati as'aonll.lly pen from Ole IN TMM ItlUHT' OF THR I'OIINTT ) .
unfurnlihMl bou. In ally llmltaon WY 1'11'P""WUG Jl:ININ, OAIWUMN <)'\
of lha followlnnM Flit IT
Uk. Talqln Koa4 Call allotS Lake Talquln RoadW. \'IKION (INU, "'B.KOITNPATIONi or HIM tiTT uW'II'I'I"Y' Leon and James at TY, STATS or kUUtlUAkiecutiir N'1
.... M. .
.0110. > 1571ICOTATR
p.m. Ap. I. ,. II 4, D. HiriolL .. Roberto ..1.Im1IImIIm. for, the"por'.I.ub.'oun..llo"work clear wall. conalatIn \, $CTION( I. ThaI cllnn ll-l : Snldtr-WtlU 210 W. (ltl F, IllAHit-di'' I

Thro.bodr..l. of neoeanary .excavation ron. of th* iv.de of 1541 nan.',., BALK -- Str )Just
FOR Itlitrson .t foP rll.lN'1 S'KTiTtOlP1110
.. Florida, la h.rsbyarnnndsd I OWNCUSTOM
bom Two batha in Oak Park ; rolled compacted aiib-flll ape of uuln y,
Will paint any color d...lr.ilfhoni m. ilal soil 11IY..II..llun. and load > to.I read CITYoNHTI a* follow.: by coming In and FINAl.ii hireby Ithilt.'IiAltIJtiNtYl'ICll .lnnn I Ita,1
t..I. Jk5L. II
Mar I', Apr
IJIVtlroM .WO Conslatlng atuuIoIdu P.INULB: IHWINtTAll 55 Itn. 11I.4 our 11".1 roturs.as
'1 Tl'TWI the following
r..t Iron pips I4.nu. wal.. of Hie ,.lty shall ...noll..u I looking over << of Ik. hletal nl
FOB IIALB I b..lro,,m, lInIng 'nr and oonoDrllon.0 ..I.lIn. ,* a alnal election ill.lrlol listed appli II r III/III'NT deiwMxl. thai VENETIAN BLINDS
room dlnln room den andbr.akfaut .'looe w.Il. and Ih. now .'larv.11 or pow Inn and lha pnlllnt we have filed our pet Ulna ft.r,
room U.r.... uUlll) aaroaosrv drib lInIsoor' place thi-rrf shall da Ih. You don'I I ilutrlhutlon and for final die'.I
room and mtlo. E cll.nt 4oraiton IV Till!: CinCfIT ('II'RTI O* flow and ralooatloa of aawarIMVIHirtN I'ubll. Safety OffM or Pta'! ances. 'hara. and thai 54 April IT
roanoablS prlc Cll MA SHIRTSand TMK Ml:'"ONI) JrniClAb ('!lC. Iin.. II"n atrn.. I of Madloik and I have lo buy I 111 w* will apply I* Ih* ll.in.walil BLINDS BETAPEDAWNINGS
'1(11 tl I CI lIT. IN: AMI 11'01UA081.) .>11.1I/ THRRRi: Cnnilillnti.r (',....Iu' llrn.t.S510'Tll any. : II Y. lleyniMila, County !
Berlin JI..tof I Jll(. of iHUled.n IVunly, Florida
: ( (hiNT!. KLXJRIDA. IN all waldud aii l or preiireai iN I That thing.
BALR: II acre on At foe eppiovel of eald) returni .
PItH \; Y. ad eoni-ral* typ. clear witcr th* tod .>f ordlnamea, lily
tapult.ua Hlikway non 01 Is.mans I'IVOR'I! wall, rapahl ot storIng I.lot.000aallona of gulmy. n-rlda. I. 10."._, "nd fur an larder ef l>llrlu.. I
Club. III ft; blgbwat. PANTSLAUNDERED LLOYD T. VANLANnfNOHAM.I'LAiNTirr.. 10...." Inelde 4I.mot.r.I' mended l<' read nu follow.: U... end Ihireafter fur Final S STORM WINDOWS
frontai-a. Ideal buIlding lt. [ water depth, all lank .....- 'SIP' II T. TIMK Foil HOLDINIl liieohaiie a. "....tar of Ik. i I
t. Call K. C. Mill MAIn 7.7423. I VII oorl.. and ""'_." paintIng HK .fl.r S ,... NAI" 7.743.Mae. OKRATMNB VAM-ANPFVa- "h. lops of l.nII.o ba s.Iaeisd 1't'.r.sus Ii b. hold In Ih* II, 144 I
It II 't __ __ __ .
o. gtUNCt
I>uhll.' lIor.l I iff! <.r Sia.tI.i |. Model JIM OK N..

IIOUUB J'II8ALI!? T0:11" FLUFF DRYREPAIRS nat00000 rat MillH and Modal 10 KXNOUTonOanlner a IAn..
Mvla. lorna lor aa. Job. Bout I mwfiird wr.ia MI tOO air Inchr I Quincy Glass
and bath ond Tu..d"r In April ul ...uIt r Onli AlUirner br HiacuturUar '
.ell quickly I rooms AMBITIOUS LADIES"Be II. Aur I. I, I* 4MOTIi
J'rultr.*.* and flowara. Jolt ,Mr a '.. .Iar muni $138.00with __
.ooratil Inald lx>. In vkluh >IM>I> b..Ioot. Rang .__ '
rtrantly r i1 H or INTKNTION)
...ta at II N Virginia mratrbon and .. auoh _lIIloolon... rritMrvibl door BAItS ArpUCATIONlll II AND COVERALL CO.
.1101. C W. Brnc. I .. ma/ l>* .4Ulr.n und .
MAin ? and ill the .lnor lit**) FINAL HUH IIAIKIHriwlila
Mar 11 II. Apr I, t II ALTERATIONSMORROW a Success. Earn Extra $$$ This Year." ...,.,...rr la ur b.lbs.l.oily..d"undir frilurnt Blelut.e 814 Weal leUeraoa
Ih* ihart r In Oeurt ef the 1n"niy Judfe
FOR IAUD I bedroom horn. I WTIHN I. That H.rtlon ll-l TASIIXRWIt New Mad Mededea Oanty, vial atFkirida.
doubl laraia, natural gao and Sell Avon Near Your Home. of in* el
....Ir." for alaclrl at*... Ono at. 101 guln'y, b'l.irMaI.. h.r.hynnd4 ,I I* ....b.'.. No Mil
r'ankll..1. For Irurth.r .. <. ra4 .. followa For Only In .. Ike tf
II Wait Kaleie:
Information oall Balnbrldia, DRIVE INCLEANERS WRITE MRS. DOROTHY MARTIN. .024'. II... KUJJMO .oAC.1 Refrigerator $148.00 IIIAHUUI .. ,*"HIU:", I
(Harry CUI.UOI or molts MrU All .laotlnn. whotll UeneeeedTe
a. Flynn. I0. Lark HU Batnbrldaa I with ..1III.* late*! feature I All Whom. It May fnneernNotlea AND
P 0 Box3345 MSS Tallahassee Fla.
Oa. It Cone* ...... *t Crawford *! I la kereky alvea thai HEALTH FOOD SERVICE I
Political : Ham I', Andereim fll'J his finalr
.... .r. For Details. 1- .... II Ih*. rujpaclly pew I -i.",( aa admlnlatratnr of Itt. Sperlal. Dirt and
IMMEDIATE SALE ---I I I I riitr-ri (. I 10'.'. of Chorlea I.. I'"...,, .. Health ,.....
Urine rm and separate Announcements EFor Only ', eiuMdi bat ka filed hi. |>elll! "afir
dining rwm wIth run ud 10. Per Cent Financed Just Fill Out the Coupon Below and Give final aieehan., and thai ke Hits. Aadrey ........, OwarrMl

drap a% Tkrea badroonu. two BRICK HOMES Washer $189.95with will atiply U ike. Honorable II' V.1 I W. Klag HL. Ph. ,n.,...
I 'OUNTY mimrr .. County JuJae of "led.-
FOR ( .
porch III Ih labial fe. : I
baths b.MmeDfront Any s..... Completely FlnUb Directions to Home. I hereby inmnmro my candldacy don lounly, riurMa ea lha ink
Ian screened back porch ed. Prtcf Start it tureatUSED day if Ayrll ltd. Nr *.p",1uI
and double carport. Family for "-.I.IllIn to the ansI and hon final .....'..

kJtekci with bullWaUT $7200for NAME I offlct of Sheriff of Qadidrn a. ad.iilnletial.w ef lbs eeiale of Qulncy's Finest

room S-Brdraom. County, subject to Ihe Democrilio :: r"L.. far kef, mIL an
*. dlakwaiher and dbpaaaL APPLIANCES ,* day *f Bank,
ass N. lUll SI. Call I $46.39 month rrlmary, May 5, IWt. I IMy Porn I*. Anderxm
7-tZit. Mar. II. 21 SI ADDRESS dealr U to conUnu. tatrrvo .dmlnUtratvr uf Ik* **IM* ..tCI.I.
MAta We klaa accept roar old ..... on my put iwrord n 1_ C.K ( lotbra .. I. Parker, deriandMM .

'I .. S trad. Sheriff Far Snip II. Apr I. I, II 41
your -- Located at New
FOR tAUD I bedroom horns.' Writ P. O. Boo $24or CITY I kltMvrely pproclil. your Dryer .... .... $44.00I NI VT 4lIt
low down ","OCIto Call MAI Phono paat confldenro In maand Ism 5 prrfwt iwndlllaithrauikaul latIn: I. horshp ,I Inas that lbs
T.III! .r a.. at IIti Manoll 3776838Cairo. sincerely nklni fur .,. ('tsr t'.mmIs.hsa lbs t'tsy sf Western Auto
again with lull .. .
3-wI... Mar I. II. l 5. II U 'IsIS ,, riaiM will .14 t ,..k
Oa. your vole and Support on Mop Vlro puHrylI lie b ....rln. al I M .'......It If, Mon I
>XR IALH Hou... Mad Into I IN. IIU day of April IMIM
two ap.rtm.nta. It.... 0.. 5004dows U S. Edwards Iwl... ......1 ((101.. Ik* -lty Hill In gala, 1, Storo

0...' will $4 Coors kal.a ., CM ho 1 Far Onlr Florida as Ik. prtH allMin ntwk4hee
Oonlart Wilma Wal.n raid |Hrilll' l A",. nut Ik aloealflritloa ,
no* THE SINGER COMPANYof or aonlna1
Plo. ,. MAte t-ltl. Washer $69.95will *f Ik. tollawln ._nk- I 1 West Jefferson Si
--- I FOE HiirEirr I, MM for .... wltk ii lend I* tbs Off ef gulny. '

I BEUEOOMSTkta HOMESElnqsberry or CiAUSDfN! UtIlITY all f...*.'.. to mash Os, CInpIda t..witlVhs
eVivth II feel of lbs ?sI.
a ..... nm. lMaM4 I hereby announce my candl-. fabric ,....." ', wIth lullatrvbta Uwlnr doerlk4 pteperly LAWNMOWERSBICYCLES
445 .. BMIIMt .... t..... die, for election to the Of fire olkrttrlqwotor Spew It'

a.o4. Haa _.. MrrTU Sm, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA of Sheriff of Cadaden County ,.......... M a p011,4 424
SaIl. ....*..!. LI.IMah ., foot Wee4 |... Ik. Mortk-
5)0. 1M. iub) ct to the Democratic 'nI
n loaikliiattoai wee *WBr of Ik. M *.ld
.... ..- 5445 .-._kilul ".. nary May S IBM Many oth., waaber.. tie .by Fred Ullkert U I....'. OUTBOARD
n.... FH" ('ail fwriIOT 109 E. College Phone 224-5188 I'I; ;. Law BrhoulOriduaU ,...11..114 nmii eil I' kmwand
mn 1.1_.".. .V WHt" Member of Plorl- *, and range lo ,et..... I. la lbs -
Jark U. JM% SOS Wraaj it.FOE gut*** a.. ik* Polly rikerlel
.....i ,da Bar T Yean Law Enforce ChOOM from lot .... than
Sa.4.._ ,Ia. SALES and SERVICE I .... ru* *".* On.
I meat Eipertenr aa Special 170.00 with lull arrk kvadref fitly 45555 feel) SMALL APPLIANCESOur
Greenwoodand t I Agent with Federal Rureiu of Ikon* We* .e...iy lit
policy feel: tKenr Spells On* bus.
BALES InveaUfitlun Bualneu Man Do..', lorget out NwSnrtc load fIfty liSSl fe4i t* lbs Shop Will Be

a IIH,... Law For your conrwnldue w. now hart a r.p- year Ut Oadadea. County part II Colr frerrldngvarythtng I ueMI South I *M Ikewe* of* Mel WaaliMeie of,.xino *

Dwa Parnwnt Law Sunset Acres STEWART- Slakda Fort "Count y-wlde la your bom. lovther Me ot Wul Operated by
'. .eDts. rlnano- ntmtatlrw wrvrf Tu.tday at '.IrC." * Maalhly law enfortemenl toveri eImmadlaU .npt haxfttnq *xrulpm otrqordlM root I* Ik. pole of h*.
B. "Rush" PALMER
Inc Already Arrantad. Nor. CLARK PLEMMONS YOUNG'S In Phase Ucrrt vigorous and conUnuaxJ sissleg, kelee lie North boll R.
Qulncy your ol ..ok., major .. .,,
.IB Me Milia.. Itll Mac* lnvetlatloa of mi)<. of Ik* U 4 '.u'pd < /
aalla Drif. U Pbono MAIn T-.III and tmaU appUancM Ale' Nokereo. sod Ma ol'e .
Dom and addr.M at StwarVYouna'( tow crime Complete eooper.tloclwilli

oil law enforcemral n.... plumbing any Uctrt-

I may better ..nr. rOIL clef under the prlnclpU All pr.. cal irottkU or oddUuMol

: It: It ". I'l.' a.f Ii In one ll/e, reiardUa. ar* enUlled of their U fair afaUoo and wiring ol any typ. Ton FOR YOUR

LEONMOBILE Impartial' treatment under UK can not go wrong on any

WANTED Tw l4l,.a ,. rap. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTPAUL ,Ja.... thing oa 8nid f.WlU
r .nl u* r.ll.r BriM Ca. la FUEL
aln.,. A.....* 111 I?* P*" HOMES L FROST I I alftcrery sob for your oU Sol. and 8rrtcw Batt
w..k Fax Tina, C* 4Mt B.iMird Managn sad! tupport on May 5Uk i S. :
.*, P (X 34.. lilt. Taliaaaar Sale e bevIes J. Ned Pilrelotb SH EU

... pk.. ..M.U1I.I I ..... PtoII._. A." OIL
MAN WAMTCU !. ...ly Haw.In Hew Mewav Tartetl -- 4.101045 4104'S 54, 41. 4 Mru.*i . ,.a4. a..**.*
*ll.k rratfaeia.art Tallaka U avaaunwn**.*. loud c....... -. SkvwarLMte AN ORf4lllW'- TRANlvaltnhWI C1 : aN.1.: : : lff )fc> miftit tfUf tftftltMl .inla.7 H .
lUwlalik claoa Deed TraUare patopslATS4.l( RAI.A04'r.a FRitil (.515 ?. ia.vos4a.o W woo4 flu ImaMdul: no.4 :
Ila FAC-Ill-ll Ie start Maaipkla.Wrtta. Toss. r ... ir WIde I om<.H OR Aorirr T, Am/rHKN DEPAnrMmT. nrUK IT KKMTMI NT run V* V\M;>r THHarr or gtrrwrr HOMEDELIVERIES
tl II FU-BJ OK OK.orr AltO WITHIN A DtPAOTMSSS', orrHTal IWTf'aH L n r* la krkr tr* >f rra4 nSa oa.ar.b.rsdon
.Ian, II, 44, Apr 5. Sos tMBlhm AOEMCTl fMlMCItllllMO TH. irrCTITM ATK HBNBWMKaVBAA a.._....._ bataaam sersesaita. I......... from .... .....1-
pOarrlo$4 wo.n'TEZO.asaal: w. tfkda .I fir _.... offisi sad niom". I. Ihi .rt.I", .rr.... sad
baokknop.v or typl00. w"l. ..,uu., .. ..... a* Moerieary ....1. aalae It aeo* ry Ikal. pro *" Mteo Sad slats Ike "*"' ."'" oWliso ... alosiao ..
10. car Oa..... O aaty TlHWITIOM .- I bow lID solo for Ik. aastO Oeuly peaia W **naJ* aMakMpal .retaaI1or oil limb, a. wHiTraaeferre4
.f We Have KOOL SXAL ,

WaJ.T$D aa i.-..... I h.aseATEANESRE7) DISTRIBUTOR
u. .. N M vOo viM WTinikmie FROM T*
I.. for aldwlr p._ ron frik. T alqta1a .... 75s4 (4OaalsatlsS AatlMSy CtaMtflaatlo* read C ...'..ll.. Aatl'llf Claaelfkwll.*
.r lafaraiatt* oslO MAIa 7.aa.I I l CallSERVICE
tl ; Oaaetal rikll* Werk Ctreeu plans ..... *over. | |..*.M Amoral elf, mona -M4f1l C fttfear _.pot.aeaal .

WANfgfJ fyplag Ie ho .... n. w. __ u 0 5 15051 50003.00 ..., 4.52.. ....... ,

at Call 5445 ,..n,. HIfliI till Weal TeaaeiiMin lo.ao", PukIte Wieba Saresta A at-ama Mker' Ma..... !*** ** OraJ P.e .alli. ...*...*. pl fratir _.pa,. OIL CO.

I ...._ u. II *oo-l MrttM Iiepeeuaeat a...ala.a ..<...1..*._ :

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'Oea ml Poll. wrka * : ewer* O a M **al! o.owBoi wrle kwkkl****** asv0so
fAtS UP PATB45I'I'S sa 1543Z.sat \wEoivEt/
T Y. ..... _1M 5)4.I500o i I o.a.... PablIs W..u 11I._ st.rm Psewss.l tMt M g>nf| Pajp. lkadjkfev *> Ova4 Paeaawalwrte 627.8888
Me .34554? paId 5424s. ..... U I N 50051005 Sd0000aass. lasiOusi
this *e aaraMCU ass IIIMr -}'
aeMMk. 0554545 awwnT. WELL DRILLING O.**rJ PuB. Week* t
..a. ....T. ke era __ *.. II 0 S asrolnis ...It. oowaes (I 5 5 m QUINCY
FasMs4a. Ceejplefcof _
l :Kd.Al.WU JlKFAllUI W* Deealwfl Pumps lot 0.5.0*) r.Ml. W.... *t *4*>o AaUaneli M*.. Oeaeral rMpa : S Me* CoeMol O'stlap
.. .. .. ...1.. M.w "...- of := 0 A B sq..00 wrk = O MOiy
i u'7 _Y i. -. Pa, repair HMM or lnts,
.. Ilia. Tkee .**. .". r.055.051 PsslW .... lieaM. a __ Asa..o5)'' .**... O.*eral lke*_ aVa.reU/tal PrMal 6632319IN
[ la otMlteat ... ..'. ay% TERBYROSAHARDWARE 50w5 (I 0 II b.st GkwarATTBfTi .. 500115555w'TlfOw
1 .* .,
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***** : r3.AMP CO. I I nlo nr._ uSall toll. etoot im..o0aslal.
>i.ri.l M M IStR0(4JCZD Is spas aS ISa CIIJ'' C.mas.s if .ha J r. ... I Stamps OnCHATTAROOCHEE
'." lit Savtk MMTW tiTaBakaaaee. I of Qotavy. "......,. tme Mik day *f r.krwcry. ..0. IH. Cloru 45 t54 OW at QsIs.t ... Clock
w r.t. '"" lard.. I*. IMI CANED la epo r eeU ceavMie W tk* <*itf Oeow te4M of of I" CIty ..s4amo. tMs.f $1

Ioei.' ...,,...4 r'..WOO.wQ' I FlvfUotteIMT IH .1 Ik* run aw, .4 o-* .,. rierMa Ike *tft toy aS itS.' I. A. ft 11*. I I All Purchases!

r: Ie I lr- utOaw ef tk* Clip CiaiaikiaH .< O* ell p ef !
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ton, doing business a* Comstock Many complaint were receive .' .. .. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fount Curry-Johnson wedding.Mr. the bean powder can also be consumer. Among these products .
Postmaster Says Land 1..1111I1'.,,,j *nu ... alleging dissatisfaction. low many; iid.bt. age will May and Mr. Andrew Johnson used at the base for croquettes are packaged soups ham
II. Johnston Company, was sentenced Jamb I have left for their home In casseroles. These Instant burger patties, shrimp and
In Philadelphia, ................ Miss Mozelle Vincent who attends dips In demand
with by
ou bring ? I steak They are
to six months In prison Morris 71. was arrested fo Wesleyan College, Macon East Orange N. J., after spending powders are to be market tested )

Mail Fraud Is followed by four and onehalfyear probation sixty days and amitenctd .................................................,...... Ga., spent the weekend here two month with her mother soon. ,camper doorsmen., hunters and other out-
probation, for mall fraud. to In priest and left for Jacksonville to visit Mr*. G. L. Martin at the Potato flakelets are a new
Johnston was also ordered to H* had been placed on flv Vhat time I I. moil convenient Mrs. C. R. Shaw. home of her son Jack Martin form of mashed potatoes with
On IncreaseNoting make restitution of 180,000 topurchasers Mil frau Alex Hlnson student at Emory The acquisition money
year* probation for or you to meet (Check Jr. sll the virtues of the bigger
of worthless deeert Mr, and Mrs. C R. Shaw, week never operated In proportion to
conviction In 1666. Ho ha pre University spent the with the addition
brother flakes, -
that mall frauds filch land near Elko, Nevada. Postal vlously served time for a doming 10 ..1111 am... spent the weekend In Jacksonville end with his parent, Mr. and of greater density. Because human intelligence.---- -
with his mother Mrs. C.
million from the public annually Inspectors accounted for nearly lar violation, realtMg fron Mrs. J. C. Hinson.HINTS.
there Is more product per pack-
Afternoon 1 pm... 2 pm.,.. R. Shaw, Sr.
Port- Investor who had .
and are Increasing, fifty "work..t.h_ sdime*. am.hi packaging costs and shelf
mailer James Cox urged today signed contracts totaling WHO- criminal history ***** back :I pm.... Edward Rents Fletcher, Jr., TOHOMEMAKERS apace will be reduced.
that local resident take care In 000 In the belief that the famous to IMS. This latest action wa student at LaGrange College, ..
responding to solicitations from Nevada Comstock: Ranch for filching MOW from the Occupation of husband ............ LaGrange, Ga., spent Spring Fruit and vegetable pieces
to "or Involved Holidays with his parents, Mr. may soon be Instantlzed for I Iq1
or was
unknown ten too good companies to be true." In Augusta, Oa., Homer C. public to by address advwtistac a.d null for persons advertising ............................................-... and Mrs. Eo. 11. Fletcher in By Marjorie B. Gregory quick work rehydratlon being done as In a result USDA's of

Mr. Cox said that he had Ward pleaded guilty to mall matter, with earnings Occupation of wife ....,.....?........ Greensboro.his college He friends and a groupof Home Demonstration Agent Eastern Regional Laboratory..
received Informational material fraud and was sentenced to up to JIM ","bud offeringfor enjoyeda will
from Postmaster General JohnA. two years probation for operating I sale various set* of Instructions .......................................................... houaeparty at the Fletcher LOOK FOR NEW PRODUCTSON The products only S resulting to ( minutes require of
Cronouskl about the prob- a faith healer scheme. Pub and sample outfit for Cottage, Panama City Beach GROCERY SHELVES simmering, In contract to the
lem and that the Postal Service lic lose Is estimated In excessof earning money at home. Most Mrs. Stanley Cochrane has New convenience foods may 20-60 minutes necessary for
Is pressing a strong drive' 2300. I people who sent money to Morris returned her home In Dade soon find their way to grocers' conventionally dried pieces of
against quackery by mail, land And In Chicago Beldon Clyde, received nothing."It persona 'City following a visit with her shelves .. a result of researchIn the same size. The process: will
fraud promotions, gyp work-at- convicted of violating 18 USC should be emphasized" sitter, Mrs. Fount May, Sr. developing new products by make available relatively large
home schemes and the like. 1821 which forbids use of the Postmaster Cox added, "that Mrs. Henry Melvin has returned the U. 8. Department of Agriculture pieces for various dehydrated .o
Mr. Cox noted that. one of malls In the taking of Impressions -most bunlneuee doing businessby Mrs. Huston I to her home In Parkton, soup mixes without any IncreaseIn nCROUCH'S
the stiffest prison terms ever or the manufacture of den- mall art reputable firms, Including visiting N. C., having come to attend Instant sweet potatoe flakes, reconstituting time. Dried
administered to a medical "con tures by other thin persons many that may not be In Birmingham with her son the wedding of her nephew developed by the Southern Regional fruit pice will also have a po-
man" was given to Roy Wright licensed to practice dentistry familiar to the propective purchaser and wife, Dr. and Mrs. James Alexander Johnson and Miss Laboratory have already tental use In cake mixes and In
I DeWellei, of Pass Christian, was sentenced on December 20 However If there is logers. Mr, Rogers will Join Margaret Lawson Curry been tested favorably In Cleve- cereals..
i MlM., who made an estimated to thirty days In the custody any doubt. It is best to get In- them later She returned to John Shaw Curry and Angus land and New Orleans restaurants Freexe-drled products, whichcan
tl.S million peddling a worthless of the Attorney General and 'ormstio nfrom reliable sources Birmingham with her sister and Hlnson, students at Abraham and other types of institutional be kept on the shelf after Rexall Drugs
outlets. The flakes
"oxygen therapy" device two years' probation. Operatingas such as the Chamber of Com husband, Mr and Mrs. Raymond Baldwin College Ttfton, Ga, are being dried under vacuum In
known II Detoxacolon. TruGt'lp.Dental Laboratory, In cases where there is Callen who visited weekend easy to prepare and save both
merce. the spent the here. time and labor. the frozen state are becomingmore Quincy Flo.
DeWelles was arrested after he encouraged owners of the 1 a genuine basis for suspicion of Roger here. Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Riddle widely available for the
sending out 10,000 postal cards old plated to make their own Instant_ bean pea and lentil
,fraud, we would like to have and children Charlie and Emily
Mrs. Edgar Barnett visited
the scheme with preparationhe powers have been developedby I
promoting quack Impressions a
Information from the
prompt will spent the weekend In W1IIlston -
Irs. Caldwell In Thomasvllle
In another recent case at furnished and from which the Western Regional Laboratory
public In my office and I with her mother Mrs. C.IL )
during the weekend.Student .
San Francisco, Edward II. John- new plates were manufactured. for soups end other uses. LOANS
will see that appropriate action Phlnney.
--- -- from Soups be
the various can prepared by mere-
Is taken"Nutrition I colleges spending spring holidays Sarah Sue Barlneau and Peggy ly stirring the powder In hot,
Straughn and Mr. and Mrs. water to give the RESIDENTIAL FARM
;; her are, Walter Gilbert desired con
+ti Joe Fowler, students at Valdosta sistency. These have
qi Classes Georgia Tech Atlanta; Chrislentley products
Jflp' and Terry Roberts, Spring State Vacation College, are here.spending other use also For e .mple'l) Lowest Closing Costs High AppraisalsGood
:Emory: University; Rebeksh
Scheduled By Chapman, Meredith College, Miss Sara May Love and Mrs. TermsCONVENTIONAL
Jeff Davis the weekendIn
Raleigh N. C. Carlotta Fair- spent Mason Music
HD OfficeA cloth, Salem College, Winston Coco where they were flower FJLA
show While there
Salem, N. C.; Sue Anne Owens, judges COMPANY
they visited relatives and en Quick. Confidential and Courteous Service
Is being
special pilot project lusann Woodbery, Johanna I home 14 Washington Street
route relatives
are visiting -
offered to mothers of young leythekker, and Sherry Chandler -
children through the cooperation Huntingdon College, Montgomery In Jacksonville PIANOS ORGANS SEE ALVIE WOLF AT
Fred and Don May and Dan
of the Qadsden County Ala.
Home Demonstration Office and ny Smith who attend Bolles Band Instrumentsand
'+hd Miss Judy Woodward, who Is School In Jacksonville are HARBIN-WOLF, Inc.
the Cooperative Extension Service
tftIr attending School of Christian spending Spring Holiday with Accessories
University' of Florida In education In Richmond Va., is their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don 321 West Crawford Street
Gainesville, and c Florida State I visiting her parents, Mr. andMrs. May and Mr. and Mrs Robert 1 Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 Phone MAin 7-8737
University K. D. Woodward, Jr. a. Smith.
dtr den You County are Invited Home by Demonstration the Cads- Dr. and Mr*. J. B. Brlnson of I Miss Ermine Owenby of Jacksonville Open Mon. Tues Wed.. FrL. Your Business Will Be AppreciatedDANLEY'S
r Agent to be a part of the Monticello spent the weekend spent the weekend with 4 to I ,.m, All Day Sat

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