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Title: Gadsden County times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Quincy Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Quincy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Gadsden County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gadsden -- Quincy
Coordinates: 30.585278 x -84.584722 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: "Consolidated with the Quincy moon" <1909>.
General Note: Publishers: R.E.L. McFarlin, <1913-1917>; R.L. Swerger, <1918-1926>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 10 (Mar. 8, 1907).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE CHATTAHOOCHEE TRIBUNE

VOLUME 64. NO. 14
QUINCY, FLORIDA. 12351. THURSDAY APRIL S, 1904<< PER! -COPY TEN CENTS




I Second Polio ImmunizationDose I I 2,000 Scheduled Band Expected Festival HereIN Fat Cattle Show & Sale Is '





Available Su ndav 'I ext Weekend
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_ I Quincy will be swarming with'
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I !2,000 student next weekend -Scheduled Here April 7,1 8 9

Th* second of i three-dose April 10 and 11.
series of vaccines to immunize The District 2 Band Festival ;
every man woman and child with the Quincy High School r
In Gadsden County against polio Band member serving II holts
will be administered Sunday will begin next Friday afternoon
April 8, from 1 until 5 and conclude Saturday evening Game and Fish {Entries Will Be
p. m The first dose was given t ; 4 with a grand finale at Quincy State Bank Starts

on Sunday March 1, and the Corry Athletic Field Public Hearing Scaled
float one will be given Sunday, Charles A. Burns, Quincy Tuesday;
Band director said 22 bands
May The 10.program to rid this from 10 counties In District 2 For Rules SetOn Sale
Thursday
county of the dread disease Is 1wA wUl be participating The district Pat Munroe Scholarship
co-sponsored by the Gadsden I II comprised of Jackson, of a series of public
County Hospital Medical Staff Liberty, Franklin Calhoun meetings to discuss game and Barbecue and Calf
and the Quincy Klwanl Club Taylor, Jefferson, Madison, Wa- fish rules and regulations for L. D. McMillan president, -- -
sslsted by the Chattahoothee kulla, Leon and Gadsden coun the 11I6t- 5 season will t be held announced Wednesday that the I Scramble Wednesday

Junior Chamber of Commerce ties.General Friday, April S at 7 pm. In Quincy Stale Bank will annually FFA Falher-Son1 Night At Pavilion
the Greensboro Klwinis Club chairman of the festival the Gadsden County Courthouse -
I donate $300: la the GadmtenLdurallonal
and the Havana Klwanla Club. 4- Is Dave according to John Brown, Foundation This The SlOth annual Went Florida
Member of the Quincy High dent of the Quincy Band Pa-j regions! manager, Game and money, to be known as the Banquet Slated Fat Cattle Show and Sale _
School Key Club will also help. Irons Serving as committee Fresh Water Fish Commission Mark W. 'Pat" Mumoe Silmlarshlp one of the main events In Gads
Oral Sabln Polio vaccine will chairmen are: Mr. Fred One question of Importance to Fund, will be used to don County -- will begin next
b* administered on a voluntary Rowanhousing; Mr*, Phil area hunters will deal with the extend the education of sum Friday Evening Tuesday and continue through
mass basis st clinics set up In I Spearsfood, Mrs. John C. possibility of extending the worthy high school grsiluate Thursday
public schools throughout the Hln oR- puking facilities and deer, season In northwest Floe1de. Officials of the Gadsden tclucatlonal 'Ith.n111 be the guests of John Russell, County Agent
county. Everyone taking the transportation; Mrs. R D. Another will be asked Foundation will.. honor at the annual Qulnry said more club steers have been
vacccln will be asked to makea Woodward Jrproperties concerning making either sex FFA Father and Son Banquetat emend than ever before lie
; led the and makethe
25o contribution or more If E.v. Wllllsm D. Wood Leon Newman Mr. Leon Weaver... program !deer legal on the lat day of the award recipient graduation 8 clock tomorrow evening went on to soy that fresh law
I exercises
able to do so, each time the chairman; Donn James, W, C.' sessnn. Questions about wildlife -, c'Jln to Mr: Me-! In the school cafeteila Jack dust and draw Ire now being
vaccine 1* taken. The money Rhoadct and Norman Gatltn management areas will also Mlllsn. McAllister' of the State Department l lared around tile Livestock
thua derived will be used to Thomas Memorial To field committee, and publicity I be asked. Among these will be of Agriculture will be the Pavilion In preparation for the
proposals to whether "The Quincy State Bank .Is
help defray cost of the medication Mrs. Glenn Klngry and Mrs as or not main speaker how,
and necessary supplies. A E.! L. Suber Jr. bog hunting on Eglln Field Is this year celebrating Its seven Serving as toastmaster, during Follies and rlssslftcatlon of
program of this type I* expensive favored and whether or not a ty-fifth anniversary and our the evening will be Wayne cattle for the show will begin
and all cost are being limited hunt on Point Washington director felt that this wouldbe Johnson, chapter president The Tuesday, April T. Carlot
Hold Special Services Is wanted for the coming a most worthwhile and beneflclsl welcome rattle be
In
underwritten by the Cadsden Art Competition will be given by let must weighed be
County Hospital Medical Staff season. way of observing the Munroe and the response by fore 11 o'rlotk noun. Individual
and the Quincy Kiwanis Club. Other meetings have been or event; staled the banker his I lather Bradley Munroe, calve will be received only
Officials of these organizations The Thomas Memorial Bap- Opens April 8lh will be held at Pensacola De- Mr. Munroe was the second Uuesls will then be Introduced from noon until night.
stressed that this I II not a "med- tint Church will begin a week FunUk Swings, Marianne and president of the Qulixy Stale by Wayne Judging begins on carlots at
tcsl society project." They Wallwood To of Evangelistic Service Mon. Wewahltchka Bank which was vaulted In After the scheduled ID oclixk Wednesday morning
day, April 9 and In Tallahassee These meetings designedto August 1889. He enter
pointed out that U Is community ending with are succeeded K tslnment provided followed by FFA andll
the Sunday Night Services get the opinions of hunters I', Dlamukca the by Bunny
project vaat In significance Ap- first yresldont Fletcher, Chapter judging eontssts at 10.30.\ Judg.
: and permanent In nature. Be Dedicated ill 12 The services will begin Professional amateur and and fishermen on a local level on Jimisiy. lit 1602 and Tommy Smith and Sweetheart log of 4-H animals I II set for
The contribution of twenty- : each evening at 8 o'clock.No student artist In this area can as guidelines for setting the served In that capacity until llowell, the FFA Creed Tummy will be 1.30 p.m, and judging 01 Tf\
five cent per dose Is a very services have been planned submit three works of art each coming _IOn'* rtgulstlnns No his death January II, IU40 MrMcMlllau recited by Jack entries will begin at I pm. Th.fin.l. .
for Saturday night md will be final action II taken at these li the fourth Langly, Pete .
mall amount to pay for permanent This SaturdayThe eligible to win a president Munroe Larry Dump In showmanship are
Immunity against polio The guest speaker for the 12,000 award meetings. The Game and FreshWater of the financial' Institution Brock and Ronald ,Larry Wil et t'tied u led for 4 p rn.
JO'II.r
If you are unable to pay, pleasedon't Wallwood Boy Scout: week will be the Rev. William' The Sears, Roebuck & CoFoundation Fish Commissions policy The late N. U. Jordan liam Coley will outline the The barbecue set fur 7 o'clock
May away as this program Reservation on Lake Talqutn D. Wood pastor of the Immanuel will make the award Is, a* always, to give first served In the Interim betweenMr. cruised farming program luu-and that evening at the Llveatmk I
la for everyone, whether will be dedicated during the Baptist Church Tallahaasee In Atlanta for the best work consideration to the wildlife Munros' death and Mr Tommy Htnlth will list the Pavilion will climax the day'a
you can contribute or not," Council Camporee of the So- Mr. Wood has served pastorates :In the Southeastern Show held and than to the sportsmen. (Continued an lane Five chapter aeocimullslunrnts., activities. Awards will be IIIld.
stated one official. wannee River Area Council M In Sylvester Ca, Warrior, i this year, -- and the '"Gsln-ln-Welghf ,
The vaccine U odorless 2 o'clock Saturday. Approximately AI., Cairo Ga. and Collins, LeMoyne Art Foundation Presentation' of awards will I ner sponsored by the Florida
of be mad by George
Ford and
tasteless end cause no aide effects 1,000 boy are expectedfor Miss t .of Mr.Norman Wood Is a graduate Tallahassee, sponsors of the In- Open House Set the speaker for the evening Retail Federation will be an.

regardless of age sex or the ceremony. University and College the Mercer New cal showing said that artists TodayAt will be Introduoed by Hugh hd1I: at 7,SO pm, followed"
allergy. Even A special "Five-Mile Thank from Tallahassee and It by calf scramble si
pregnant women Orleans surrounding Nicholson After the .dd,...
You" will highlight the activities Baptist TheologialSeminary. 7.4S, ,
diabetic, babies and mildly sick region may enter up the chapter officer will be In
people can take the vaccine a* all the attending Boy I to three entries In any media charge of the closing During the t nlltWG
Scout will line up and separately Directing the music for the ceremony Doyle Conner: scholarship
Morrow each
safely according to Dr. T. W. except sculpture and ceramics. Cleaners Chapter officers other than
reek will be
Leon Newman
thank Dr. Charles ,
K. worth I1DU wtll be warded
Works to
Griffin, chairman of the Medical are being accepted now President Wayne Johnson
Wall for his donation of the Minister of Music of the First ere: 4.It
Staff.tact and the deadline la April 4. For Vice pre.ldentTOIM"I' s boy and an rTA boy The
) dose of the vaccine Is land for the Scouts of the Suwannee Baptist Church Bslnbrldge ,convenience to the artists In If* "Open House" today st --1 Hugh Smith.secretary presentations will be mad* tnwinner
River Area. Ga. Mr. Newman 1s a ,r.duat.with. Morrow Cleaners. I Htsphans, the the
administered by placing two the "Big Bend" area, paintingsmay treasurerDoyle by Florida Come
drope of the medicine on I Featured tea at the ceremony Aria of a maaler'a the degree In Fine, i be left at the Sean slots Eighteen year ago Everett Lions Schedule porter- Jimmy Bsrlne.au Forehand, aunt re, misalonse of Agriculture.
will James K. Gilbert University of Geor- (or catalog store In !Morrow began Ln.l- The big moment will some
,
mall sugar cube which I II then your community Downer operation Hugh Nicholson.
president of the Suwaonee gin and Southwestern Baptist where they will be with three employee In Thursday mornusg at 8.48 when. ")
y (Continued en Pate Five) picked I 1 Murray D. Ungford la th I <
River Area of the Boy Scouts Theological Seminary up and brought to Tallahas- small 10 by 83-foot building Broom SaleThe chapter aitvlser.Cancer the Grand Champion and It..
of America: J. Heston Heald, Guy Wade, the pastor of the ,pee, located on South Monroe StreetIn serve Champion seers will be
Gadsden County past Scoutmaster of the fsmoiu T h o m a Memorial Baptist An entry fee of* $2.00 for the Quincy, Today the plant on Qulncy Lions CluB will Mlected. Sale of cattle will be- t
astronaut, Gordon Cooper; and Church, cordially Invite you to first entry and '.211 for each additional West Crawford just a hop conduct Its Annual Broom Sal Crusade gla at 10 .clock and continue
Local Red Cross the Hon. Tom Adams Florida'sSecretary attend one or more of these entry up to three will skip and Jump from the original ? April 11.111.. I throughout the day,
of State, meetings during the week. (Continued ea Pate live, ) place of business lIWI.ureltIO Proceeds from the tale" will Ken Uurrance, tllrnslon An.
On Saturday between B.00md -- by 89 feet and employs II I be used lo buy glassr and Leaders Named knit Husbandman, University
May Sponsor 12:00, each troop will compete workers. conduct eye esamlna'lon' for uf Florida, and John Wheeler
In compass readings, client Weekly Honors Dr. Blackwelder And the place la still growing. those who would not otherwiseget of Frosty Morn In Montgomery
signals, fire by flint and iteel, I this. service.Th At 'KickoffMrs. All, will be judge of th* ID.
Blood Needs knot-tying, and bandage demonstration Speaks To Pilots Imal' W, /, Platt, Dlatrlct/
W: M. InmanFlorida At the front section Lions Club Abu! buys
for award and present J If Blackburn of Ha- (('NU..*. a* Cst fin)
Blood need of Gadsden patches Dr B D, Blsckweldtr, director I of the plant has been enlarged shoes for undlll'pr'"U'aeclachuul' vans, president of Gadsden .- -.- -
County hive been placed In I la InvlU.J Field Report I of the Gadsden County 'which now house the lobby office children and sponsor an eye- County Unit
The public cordially American Cancer
the hand of the local chapterof to attend the activities on weekly agricultural 1 newspaper, Health Department, commended >I and a section that will I be screening program In all Society, presided at the- Tigers Win In
.
the American Red Cross, following Saturday morning and the dedication honors W. M. Inman pioneer the Quincy Pilot Club for ,used for box storage An up-to- schools both white and colored Breakfast" at the
a request from the chief i following In the afternoon cattle feeder rancher tobacco I II* outstanding work In community date "Triple A" Insulated and Jefferson House Monday morn
of the medical staff. of the grower corn farmers, buslness- health work. I Insured vault fur the storsgef "The are moat Important lug at T.41 o'clock., !She! Tuesday Conies
Gadsden County Hospital. I man and legislator.Mr. In his talk to the club member fur and woolen baa been servlor In our community and with prayer fur guidance opened
A meeting will be held on Inman who live In Quincy at a luncheon-meeting last I I installed-measuring 10 by 30 we need everyone support," ,In the Cancer Crusade which Hy I"' .. James,
Tuesday April 7 at 8 p.m. In '2nd Annual say "cattle feeding U I Wsbiggest Friday at the Jefferson House, I oat( and 16 feet high The stated John Snipes, presidentof 1 began yesterday, Tim** Sparta Writer
the Red Cross office on the agricultural enterprise." Dr. Blackwelder brought out 'rslstlv humidity of the vault the Lions Club Plesse buy Pitcher Ralph
third floor of the Masonic Timpi Materials' Show ilia farm In fact, the place the fart that the Pilot Cub will be maintained at M to AS l house broom mop or whiskbroom lat Following'kwslder breakfast lr, B DBl I BUI Newoomb combined fortes
at which time official I. of where he was born is located had spearheaded the movementfor degree and will be fumigated when a Lion knocks: at'' Information gave some Interesting I to pitch one hit ball for the.
the Bed Cross will decide I near Greensboro and Is obtaining new headquarters 'it Interval your door Prices are house : on center work Tiger In their 10.1 victory over
whether or not to accept this I Set Next WeekThe bout 10 mile west of Qulncy for the health department a The plant, built 8 year ago broum- |IM, mop-- 1100. I dents In the, etc.hlugo county. ears of the p,- i llavsna last Tuesday night at
most Important responsibility, second annual building He buy feeders from allover project now under construction j la the present location 'Is constructed and whisk broum7Jc," saidMr. I Corry Field.
Involving the health and wel- materials show will be held at Mr. Inman has cattle from behind th. Post Office of concrete blocks, reinforced Snipes Tharoe.. Crusade Chairman .' The starling nine opened upI
fare, and even possibly the lives :Qulncy, Lumber Company beginning South Florid., Oklahoma. Mississippi The guest speaker who was steel barred joists and I outlined plan and nsmed 4-0 lead during the first three
of men women and children of next Tuesdsy. and North Carolina on Introduced by Mis Mae Gregory Ircproof roof. The building FIRST BAPTIST leader In the Cruaad They I Innings, M pooh 11111 Roger
Gadsden County according to The show will begin Tuesday feed now. The write-up states also outlined the work done I a painted on the outald In are: HavanaJ, E. Itublnsnn/ cleared the bench In the fourth
SUNDAY SERMONSThe
Ivls Scadron chapter chairman morning, April T at 10 o'clock that he buy quality steers that In the county by the Health Department 'ndelwood beige The Int.r.1 Qulnry B. K. '' with a new squad producing 0
and last until 9 o'clock that 'Igure to go good to choice He such a* the TO, cancer I or 1* don In a light tan sc- lie v, Thomss E, Cuttino, UrsvnsboroMr. ADd.rlOn'j' run In the Mmslnuig frame
The poselbllKy of entering night The second day will be prefer English bred cattle, but and mental health pro- Dented by a deep shade of blue pastor of the First Baptist RmMh, Orstna-- The Qulnry lasm collected
the Red Cross program and the Wednesday, April 8, from *.nv IJIuI South Florida crossbreds. grams, bureau of vital atatuv T I rbe flooring la made of vinyl' (Church will continue the serieson Watson; Chst1aho e- 10 run on ID l hit while walk
need for blood used In that lo- until 6 30 p.nv and the final if they are not over one-hall, tic and maternal and child lie, "Jesus' Lit And Ours" Sunday and Mrs J, W, Lamb; Special! log 7, striking out 11 and rosn
cat hospital wss brought to the day will be Thursday, April 8 preferably tt Brahma and are health car*. Morrow Cleaner hat the dlsIncUon _nin,. His sermon will Gifts, Qulnry.. Ivls fttadrun milting 4 ailscue The big blow>>
attention of the board of directors I'rom' 8 a m. till S p.m. I old enough to top out after a "These program are financed t of being the first drlva- be entitled "A Man la pace"", Mrs. Dewey Johnson 0,11II. Is of the game and only extra
in March, 1062 At that The latest building material ssoosbte feeding period. (by federal slate and county I. business In tiadaden County At the evening service, Mr. chairman of distribution and base hit ws* off the bal of |
time the committee which was will be displayed by leading Mr. laman stated he "goes *i funds," Dr Blackwvldsr said. an tnatovatlon that many Cvttlno sermon, "An Inn,.! Mrs. Lsnler Kkhardson: publlrliy substitute right fielder -
appointed to look Into thJI.manufacturers from the entire lot by what Sloan Baker ..,." other business concern In thelounty Ible Thing," will be bred on chairman George Mywster, who" a
matter found that the local boa- Southeastern United States. out at the North Florida ExperIment BILLY GRAHAM adopted. the Book of 1 Hsmuel. The goal fur the county b grand slam home uur.t*

pltal had to charge 124 per Door prise will be awarded fetation. The growth of Morrow Cleaners | ,1100. Gen Nixon I II trsurjer first trip to the plate. smiting
pint for blood plus a $11 aerv- A special feature this year will The farm hat about 400 acres FILM REVIVAL wa not due to luck MOBILE X-RAY and Miss Sarah. Key la me- In the 4ih.

Ice chsrge. 11 the blood could tx the youth prize A calf pasture stocked With 133 beuer. Scheduled during the Billy!)sat pure hard work. Every The Mobile "-,., Unit will mortal ehalrman Left flakier Frank Baker had
be replaced, the first pint with will be offered for .-.. and *. The old breeding herd wa Graham Film Revival at the member of the family has he at the Courthouse Square Mrs. W, ... Wood represented ,a perfect night In the batting
two then a WS refund per pint FFA: youth of Gadsden Coun sold out three year ago but Santa Car Baptist Church beginning >IUh d III and helped that from S to 12, Saturday, April the Pilot Club, which so successfully department, banging out ] aiav
wss made to the recipient of ty.: A rod and reel and a hairdryer a new one U being built. 1 1U at T W each evening Is t., when they are exit Is school 11. eondutft the House te glee fur 1 time* it bet
the blood. At that time no ..- will be offered to ether addition to being a mem "WlreUpper" tonight T b. ..,. Morrow sincerely be- All persons are urged to take .. Cnvs each year TbeMesiUsiiMd The only hit was ttflii
clsloo was reached. youth attending the snow. The ber of the legislature for 14 Shadow of the Boomerang" Friday levee young people should advantage of this service and _._as) Pate tl.., '.In b* ernler iLl.l.e Mush.

"Now the question hss again reglstrilion will be restricted halrmaa tars. 10 of of which the house he has been and "Lucia" Saturday. __.CeaUaawd_a*. Page Five) have free chest X-,.,.. I -- ell-'In the third Inning.
u those youths In agriculture -- -- -
arisen and because of the scope grade one Mrs. Campbell Ralph Hpsrllng was the
and magnitude of the blood through: twelve and they must committee, Mr. Inman has ". wlnalas, pluher while Navy
of this I b* accompanied by served Gadsden County for fourOte" ,',
needs for all citizens parent) : '. Named Director was the loner, being relleveilby
) as county commissioner. "
county the chapter would have when "' In, Pete CMnon In
;. # tilt third InnIng -
and support The show 1s being held on and eight yean a* iherlff. 1" ', < .
to have the cooperation lire H. t Campbell seers.tamp llsvsn had I runs txt t
y '
L
of all Its citizen, organtatloas !- Tuesday evening for those who to the Qulncy hit, 4 walks, 4 sink outs ando
Industries businesses are unable to attend during the Mrs. Blackburn gar, wee elected to U'tod"i! errata
and other groups. regular noun. I directors of the Florida Any Last Thursday game with
"If this Red Cross program Lveryon t* Invited to attend Speaks To B&PW e'.r. elaUun af Governmental Herretarle Laos sine called) elf oa aceoualof :
(CeatJaaed ea Pf five) II and register fur the valuable, < It the organiiatlunalsneetutg rsln/ ""Inr,'* Tiger hope
door prtsci and free refresh-)I The Business and Professional of the group last week to Set ahead In the wig ecJunui

Directed I II will be aerved.Registration. 'Women held their program + ""' In Gainesville. this week s. they poet Bolunta-
Comedy meeting Tuesday at KiUrell The asmrlatlna/ I was formed atI tows MI Tuesday, Havsaa Fr*.
:1 To The president Mrs. M. T, ategall I the lose of *n Institute for day afternoon away, and Colic
By Dick Munroe presided (governmental secretartse, spuavjurs her Saturday st 110 pm.Meer .
Program chairman, Mrs. WilUe l by the Florida City Mansgers .y Uiwrtora
Termed A 'Hit'A I Mr. LoeJse Blackburn ef Havana Institute Illavana .
KegUUsUue hook of Gads- Ida for Contlmilng 1000815.. I
mow play tailed The GIIcII Idea Canny will close at 9 ,a. who talked oe world University Studies ,f Qulnry till 1.+. 10
Girls' BOW running st according to Affslr This wa a very tatoreeUag OffKvri alerted were Mr Hvaa
Courtland Street Playhouse In Saturday. April 4. istferauUve and chat Beryl F .,....., .-", Plasm I" r fe
J Love HuUhlaaoa supervisorof
Atlanta la definitely a -bIL. iraxing talk and was veil received. srsvldent. MIL lobelle II .... Ib>>
Directed by Dick Munroe, registration.Ti ilc 8 0 0
books have bees Biome, Pompano teach vice:1 ZbMlUh.ll
formerly of Quincy the sparkling even ; ofesUWot.; sad Mr globs Gil- (fTouckUi : : 1
I and
witty comedy .fa the raiwere dally since January legIstxstkM At t ta ul&a ..eat1lit.. sgusllne, *), II I 8 e
desUned for I ha bee pretty heavy,I the Theatres
I
opinion glittering* fields than I according U the supervisor. He t.ry-tr uwW.Other "I I Hyatt, }bPeavy I 0 0
far snore ,. dtreetor are M/s. f I 0 0Iesues.4
that he hoped to be able to
Court-
cupboard on I This WeekLeaf
the coq ef Faulkner, LalteUe sod "" .. fags Five)
the Bomber registered -
I publish ..... .
Gail MeNelt .
I ,
'TbiGladd Girl-* about akeauUfal voter to the ant leave of Theatre atuacUuM teethe
hut rightly singbelle ,:tbe Tinea. I coming week Include -JCtas-l l w --- I Eaat.r t Zeal CctmpoioaWwksri
who return to her assail There I* a ae.eedeen leg Cousin.* animal Ms MT. ZION CHURCH with the recent
Bounera hometown for tile,amount ef work to he stone between Presley Thersdsy, Friday .etistrdsy Tbe Rev C H. lloiasby will IM4 INter Seal Campaign la
funeral ef her broth.r4a4sw.tins I closing date tad the first ....., and Monday be the guest pastor at tile Ml Oedstfe County are vary eptimiscue *
her hamdsnm flgotoha prtturlee eat May 1 AO ef tberegsstriUosi 'KiWag. c..arcr, ef I ZIIIO Baptist Church hade, shiest the result/ itat
tow. I tonne have to he Bettle" Will be featured Satsr-j lr .r .w. snmr ..w. haaaM -.... at II rekeL ad s>. u.u..i-----_ Call.l.u. ?-.-,.,...,
Aathor Nathaniel Banks I* at typed: alphabet*** tad place I ..,. Sdwduled for Tswedey A graduate .f Mercer Uallverssty. duiman,
.. loner hi these ssjrrouadJags a* to proper order to the pre- and Wednesday April 7. 8 win NEW GRADUATES TboM who )uat compUtod a course In &. Medical Sell H.1p Mr. IkrsMby preached! ..,. CoUln said he would
he wa lion and reared toItevnasj ,dad books and the etfke> be ".....* Hours- tarrsag Trainiix program are rant row left to rlghl- Mrs. Carl rr
Ga. j book before etoetlosi day and SUMS) Haywsrd.Feetared DoteoMH. Mrs Caw Hone and Mr*. Audrey Honeock.+ Public Health Nurse who year* age.Tbe eontrlbultons have keen totaled.
easel Mr i a report haa to he filed wine at the HI0 -Ia Richard McMIIlaa.IC He also stressed that all dooaUuna
Mr ....... the served the hutractar bock fw -
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H. W Muaroe, oat very the Secretory W SUM a few f few Friday, Saturday, aVsa1laslday ( IIIdI ussier, hones everyone win be aNd la help ".. .
ttve to theatre work whilehe I|gayw alter regttraUosi i win be *M one = SB lJuiaxT.I I .'. I-Jack The atlpper." jwfcat to do whom pgofaawkecd lJp to Ml ontfloU Photo by Morua'f Studio'''Mr H..*.y to atieaA l" usdidea Coiut?.


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CHAMPAGNE- 269.95 NOW NOW NOWCONTEMPORARY if
SOFA 169.00 SAG, 4/ HEADBOARD and FRAME- .
ITALIAN PROV. 580.00 Wai 79 95MODERN
CHAMPAGNE FRENCH PROVINCIAL- 279.95 BY BERNHARDT 8 PC. CHINA (Breakfront WALNUT 59.00 I
CONTEMPORARY SOFA 239,00 Table, 6 Chairs,)Foam Sati Can Back*- .:
Was 646.60 DRESSER AND MIRROR- Was 149.95 129.00 ::

PALE GREEN, LOOSE PILLOW BACK- Was 329.95 NIGHT STAND- WOol 44.95 39.00 :
. MODERNBY 339.95
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269.00
SOFA BROYHUL 8 PC. (China Tabl., 6 Chain) CHEST- Was 95.95 84.00 :
i 3 CUSHIONS-. 349.95TRADITIONAL WALNUT-. 391.60. MAPLE 4/8 BED (BOOKCASE & FRAMEr :,

r SOFA 279.00 TRADITIONALMAHOGANY 399.00 EARL 8995 AMERICAN ',.' 79.00 j

2 CUSHIONS, TUFTED BACK- Was 32 .95 :: 8 PC. (China Table, 6 ChaIn) I
TRADITIONAL SOFA : 279.00 Was 469.60 TRIPLE DRESSER- Was 229.95 179.00 s
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CHEST ON CHEST- WOol 149.95 89.00
j'' EARLY AMERICAN 3 CUSHIONS PRINT- was 229.95 EARLY AMER. 329.00 :
'; SOFA 199.00 KNOTTY PINE 5 PC. (Table, 6 Ladderback EARLY AMERICAN 199.00
Chairs, Link Was 379.95
Taylor- MAPLE DOUBLE DRESSER BED AND CHEST :
y' EARLY AMERICAN 3 CUSHION TWEED-Was 269.95 ON CHEST- Was 229.95TRADITIONAL
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SOFA 209.00 '
., MAHOG. 199.00
EARLY AMERICAN GOLD/BROWN TWEED Was 299.95 RECLINERSI DOUBLE DRESSER AND MIRROR POSTER BED. ,j
239.00 CHEST- Was 249.95
..1 I SOFA/SLEEPER ... .
-** *: TRADITIONAL FLORAL'PRINT- Was 199.00 j"'
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EAP'Y AMERICAN. GREEN-Was 27995 ; "BUNK BEDS 129.00

SOFA/SLEEPER. IC__*' .. .24.9.OD ,RECLINER ? !-J29.00 MAPLE. COMPLETE: WttM 2 BUNKIEMATTRESSESWai
I. Bel?.-Was 26U5' BARCALOUNGER, NAUGAHYDE GREEN 149.85 :
was 219.95 :
SOFA/SLEEPER 229.00RECLL
Blu.- was 179.95 '-'?:, t I.. INERS .199.00, BEDDING ::

WINGBACK. CHAIR tjg J5 t. fsadb. 1BARCALOUNGER.. NAUGAHYDE AND.. ,_ :
I NYLON- Was 189.95 *"-. fc.;.T: "..- ...K.. "".", :: ;:. ; SPECIALS THAT MUST BE MOVED :

TRADITIONAL BEIGE- Was 17995 RECLINER 164.00'WINGBACK STOCK! .:
CHAIR 99.00 FROM OUR .

FRENCH PROVINCIAL GOLD- Was 11995 BERKUNE, BEIGE- Was 89.95 NOW :

:: CHAIR $99.00 RECLINER 79.00 REG. 9995 LONG BOY 80 INCH FOAM RUBBER :

FRENCH PROVINCIAL, CHAMPAGNE- 109.95 BARCALOUNGER BEIGE- Was 189.95 TWIN SET 69.95 :

CHAIR 94.00 RECLINER 159.00 REG 119.95 FOAM RUBBER- IN. LONG i ic

c FRENCH PROVINCIAL, FLORAL-. 169.95 BARCALOUNGER BROWN ((3 Inch higher back. TWIN COMBINATION 89.95 ;
CHAIR 139.00 3 inch longer Itgreit for 6 foot 4 or taller)
Was 25995RECLINER REG. 15950 SPRING AIRE REVERSAFORM
2- TUFTED, CHAMPAGNE .iRS.95Ea. 219.00 COMBINATION SET 99.95
TRADITIONAL 99.00 FOAM RUBBER WITH HEALTH CENTER.
. BERKLINE PLASTICWai EXTRA FIRM
BROWN 139.95
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2- ITALIAN PROVINCIAL BARREL BACK- Were 13995
j CHAIRS 3a. 119.00 RECLINER 119.00 REG. 12995. 100 PERCENT FOAM RUBBER.
COMBINATION 89.95 i
TRADITIONAL BEIGE W.re 99.95
GOLD DAMASK TICK. FIRM :
CHAIRS Ea. 84.00 .
I ODD PIECES REG. 249.95 6/8 by 80 INCHES LONG KING .;
i E CHAIR EARLY AMERICAN GOLD PRINT-Was 11995 99.00 COMBINATION 199.00

SIZE FOAM 1 BIG MATTRESS
CHESTS DRESSERS ETC. SPRINGS
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I EARLY AMERICAN SWIVEL/ROCKER. BROWN- Was 11495 AND 2 BOX
i CHAIR 99.00'
DRAWE Was 9995
[ EARLY A1N JCM' OAI/LOOSE CUSHIONS RUSTWALNUT CHEST 69.00 PICTURES MIRRORS

SOFA 139.00 WALNUT MODERN-. 119.95 .
DOUBLE DRESSER / 99.00 PLAQUES.
: EARLY AMERICAN. OAIlLOOSE cusmON
r RUST-Was 89.95 of
MODERN. OIL F1N1SH-Was 119.95
CHAIR 79.00 WALNUT DRESSER 4 99.00 REDUCED

EARLY AMERICAN OAlC/LOOSE CUSHIONS, I .\...
BROWN PRINTWa. 99.95 Was 99.95 .
CHAIR 89.00 WALNUT CHEST ,.,1 69.00
10m To 5001.T'R
Was NAL SINGLE-Was 84.9$ O O
D CHAIR 79.00 MAPLE DRESSER 69.00

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Ing will be held at I o'clock, May IS- Massey Drugs vs..I Davis Relative wivea in I town I know u>
RECREATION second floor, city hall. Rsndy's, May 19- Talquln Maine. When things lot too hot
Little Leaguers who playedon Electric Coop. vs. N. T. Kxperlmentals 27 for him at home, a member
March
last not May 21Joe Wedele Dies RI L 8
team season are SHOWER
could amble oft to the clubhouse W S.
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required to be at tryouts, (unless Inc vs. N. F Experimental \
: sprinkle crumbs of comfort -
having quit before end of May __ Randy's vs N. t. Gravesld services were conducted -
In the bowl of easeful,
season but must register again Experimental, May M- Massey for Mrs. Christian Davis an
By Donn Jams pipe, and forget It ill for achili
this season In order to be eligible Dru s vs. Joe Wedele Ine, Rice, 00, of Freeport Saturday .
STNIOR LITTLE LEAGUE: to play.Registration. May 2ft_ Talquln Electric morning at the Magnolia Cemetery ,
TRYOUTS TO BE HELD cards may still CooP. v*. Massey Drugs. in DeFunlak Springs. The paper had little more I 1 1a : c
than hit the stands when a alx- t
!MONDAY NIGHT he obtained only from May June I- Talquln Electric Mr Rice, a natlv of Walton to, ,
In
Drugs and City Hall and must Coop vs. Randy's. June 4Joe County and a member of ty-year-oldster shuffled
will be held for all
Tryouts
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Wedeles Inc. ,a. Randy's.June say he'd been a charter
nw prospective Senior Little be t properly filled out and re- 9- Massey Drugs vs. I the Methodist Church In o'clock Freeport bar of that organization,mem'j
at 4
leaguers In the 10-12 age turned to same passed away would
N. F Experimental, June 11- morning, March 27 aftera appreciate from me
croup this Monday night Tryout for the Junior Little Talquln Electric Coop. ,a. Joe friday helpful publlcluUon of ,
780 pm, at Corry Field Little Leaguer In the 8 and 9 age Wedeles Inc. long Illness. oru to set up a similar group Frosty Morn
league Diamond. Tryout timewill group will be held near the June IS- Randy' vs. Massey Mrs. Rice ls survived by two at Jacksonville Beach.
be the deadline for Senlir end of April of first of lIIay.MEN'S Drugs, June 18N.. F Experimental nephews; P. C. Davis Sr. and I
Little Leaguers to register SLOW-PITCH SOFT. vs. Talqula Electric -Forrest Davis Sr. both of Next day I went out for my $ o0
aOd being sure there will be BALL GAMES TO START Coop. Qulncy. semi-annual halrout, and from FRAN KS3 Oz.
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rom for all on teams. After I The Men's Slow-Pitch Soft The J. B. Adam Funeral chair to chair In the biggest :
tOi time players who sign up 'ball Leagu. will kickoff their Horn wa In charge of arrangement lip-plant In town heard the: .
If* will be placed on teamsoily 1963 season his Monday 730 Mrs. Millirons *. usual line of talk; and It came''
when vacancies permit.I p.m., at Doyle Conner Field. out that the doeen-and-two cutomers -
Youngsters in the 10-12 age I The 1964 schedule Is as follows Dies Saturday Corners andCorridors bring served or "wait-I
group trying out Monday will lag their turns were from seven
be placed on teams Tuesday April 8- Joe Wedeles Inc Mrs Myrtle Bevli Millirons, or eight different stales My ,
njjht at our annual managers vs. N. F. Experimental; AprilT i2, of Tallahassee formerly of riy-locked old barber said
tnretlng, In the absence of the Randy vs. Talquln Electric Qulncy I died al' 25 Saturdaymorning by Frank E. Heockrl nothing until In I moment of: Fresh Caught .
Th. at her home In Tallahassee
playeri. managers' meet. Coop, April 8-- Massey Hence he quietly observed:
after a long Illness One reason why so many people I
,Drugs vs Joe Wedeles Inc. "People from everywhere -
Mrs Millirons, who was bornIn after two or three seasonal
Electric
April 13Talqu.in and the same old line poll-I
loor Coveringincluding 'Coop, vs. Massey Drugs, April Quincy and lived most of visit, decide to settle down In Uct, civil rights, the cominlei
her life here,
was a memberof Florida "for keeps" It that no '.
14N.
< F. ExperlmentaLa vs. and the weather. 1' more Interested MULLET Be
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Randy's, April 18-Jo WedelesInc. Fellowship Baptist matter where a person ls from, In juvenile delinquency. Ibs
Church in
Formic Tallahassee
vs. Randy's. In this great sunshine commonwealth 1 mind when one of my
; Inlaid linoleum, rubber. I April i 20- Massey Drugs vs Funeral services were conducted h* will never be too far schoolmates and another young I
,N. F Experiment, April 21- at 3 o'clock Sunday from horn Any day he ellloa almost! went to Jail for
: vinyl corkCounter Talquln Electric Coop. vs. Joe afternoon In the First Baptist walks out on the street h* Is their midnight raid
on a water.melon I
Wedeles Inc., April 23- Randy's Church, Quincy, with the Rev likely to meet up with someone patch In Mason county,
George Clark Fresh Pork
Top vs. Massey Drugs. assisted by the h.i one attended church or West Virginia, Then one day
27N.. F. Rev. Thomas E. CUtUno officiating played poker with In East Rad- I
April Experiment-! later lit than too long a
; Work all vs. Talquln Electrlec Coop., Mt. Pleasant Interment was In the ford or West Union, Thomas story They both had good PIGTAILS
I April 28- Msssey Drugs vs. Cemetery with Fork or Tyler Hill.
parents
the Butler. ; one was the ton of aleading LIVER
Joe Wedeles Inc., April 30- Morgan Funeral It has been so from the Um churchman, but
Home In charge of arrangi the first came drivingn there I
AH TTp.eExpert Talquln Electric! Coop vs. Kan ments. groups can always be a bad egg In
/ from north and west, and so "'
neat, and
any -
I dy's.May 4Joe Wedeles Inc. Survivors Include her bur tt will always be. Th secretary
Installation vs. band. Roy Franklin Millirons of Florida chamber of I paid the old talebearer my i
any commerce
I N. F. Experimental. May ft-
of Tallahassee: one son, Roy himself from Harrisburg heck and eased out and away,
:Massey CooP.Drugs, vs. Talquln Electric -. Jr., New Port Rlchey; on. or Halifax, Halls Mills or before he asked If my fatherwasn't I 4 $100 4 1ge
May TRandY'1 vs.N.
daughter, Mrs Laura ; a lay minister In the
!. SHEiW-BLITCH( F. Experimental. Worthington, Tallahassee Elisabeth; four tell Hillside you, that New"everybody Jersey, -comesto will Methodist church at Locust Ibs.

: """.iit4. ."Jt" ...!.....tA I Wedeles May 11Randy'l Inc., May 12N.vs .Joe r.I brothers Frank Bevls, Harold, both Bevls of Quincy and, Florida by and by." Grove In the, and south.how Ills long far I'd been was I

s f QUPKYROSOA Experimental vs M a s I'Y Hubert familiar, I
I N Bevls, Jacksonville, A few years ago I wrote apiece tauntingly though
,Drugs, May 14Joe Wedeles and Laurie couldn't recall his I Center CutPORK
.. M. Recta, Orange about the old steamboat name; yet
.,'Inc. vs. '.1'.1..1....,.._ Eleetrlc Coo... Park, and three grandchildren lag days on the Ohio river. An knew him for what he was -

Immediate reaction was the lei- another Florida settled back-
u Carolyn Johanna King, 18 ter from a newcomer from Wll homer with too many recollections CHOPS
ElectWILLIAM year-old Bartow beauty, Is the low Grove, retired to Zephyr on Up for other peoples Ib.Duke's 6ge
I new U. S. Watermelon Queen. mils. lie said I was getting comfort and safety,
Y A. She was crowned by the Watermelon my boat-names awry: it wa
Growers and Distributors the Matt! Roberts, not the Nellie .
i :. "Bill"SUMMERFORD Association recently In Robins, that one mad the LIBRARY .
1 sonvllle._ __ Jack'i dally packet trips around the \ Limit 2
i ,..,.-. upper bends. Its knew, h* salt, NOTESNew
?' .,..., because he'd lived there whena I
1 ; TAX COLLECTOR Mason Music ,I boy, and his old Uncle Joe PEANUT
OIL
,wss a river engineer for more books received at the: QL 39Gold
1 GADSDEN COUNTY COMPANY than forty years In a postscript Qulncy Library: Of Good and
'> h* wrote Evil by Gann, Blue Sapphire by
U E. Washington Street, I. I
Stevenson, And Always Tomor-
I "When do this back-horn
\ \ 1 Pledge Year Round PIANOS ORGANS I stuff for you the Florida press, row by Loftin.. Nurse With A I \. J

., Snrlc and Courtesy to I double check all point tilyou'r Dream by Dern, Wind from __ Kansas QueenFLOUR
I Gold Medal Black
all the People of Gad. Band Instrumentsand sure they are right Carolina by Wilder, Mont.
Walsh by Schaefer, I Keturah
There's always somebody
6 dn County" Accessories by Wolff, All the Gods and
around who knows the place
: I Goddesses by Martin, Rich Uncle 1
-; Your Vol. and and things you'r romancing
: Y' Support Home Ph.: MA 7-6705 about by K.lth' A Senate Journal -! PEPPER \
Will B* Appreciated by Drury, Black Amber by,
I Then I did an editorial about
Open Mon. Toes. Wed. Fri.
Whitney, Beet Plays of 1982-
i. ,. Paid Politico Adv. 4 to I ,..... All Day Sal I the Mlnut of Peace Club, orlanlted I 1863 by Helves, With Murder I '
the huibandt oCHEESECLOTH
by -_ In Mind by Roffman, Ilonor Thy
- Father by Rornpough. F. K S Lb. 3ge
Man and Myth, Lensky, Great\
I IIS Auk by Eckert, Murder at Auo- Can 5e Bag
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Ion by Batty, Friend of \
Rose by Fsnwlrk, Just Bally Limit 2
Q by Hancock, Mystery of Crook
e nose by Douglas, Venttlin Affair .
by Macinnes, Cooper'i
rk by Morehead. Nectar Ina
Selve by Markandava. Re 40 Lb.
DIver by Link, Science and PURE LARD $419 I.
Can
ScnalbliUy by Newman.

,I. For the young reader Sassy . t
. ./ '. Ur! In the Garden by Marino,
The 8U nt Storm by Krede!,
lolling Round by Myller, Geot nt
; gte 1 and the Robbers' by Bright,
Johnny Appleseed I by Allkl, Miranda -
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I IS and the Cat by Smith,
Die Cloud Easter by Reeves, Al- PEANUT BUTTER 49c
vin's Secret Code by Ilkkilearch ,


I TOBACCO IS IN THE FIELD Coelacanth by for Allan, a Sign Living Look of the Cod to Unicorn the by-

i .Mountain.4 Crowns by Jacob by Garthwalte, The Lock., LAST WEEK'S WINNER

Trouble Creek by dykes, Happy I
loUUter and the cuckoo, I Carolyn Johnson
r yI Clock by West, Happy Holll.l.ri
and the Castle Rock Mystery I ...
by West The tangling BrotherCircus .1 a. ,., DID NOT HAVE CARD PUNCHED
Boys by Burt, Dan Web
tier Union Boy by Smith, The
Shy Stegosaurs of Indian BONUS WINNERS
prints by Lampman, World of ..+ :
Their Own by Rendlna, By The
Great Horn Spoon by Flelarh Louis Bradwell
. man, The Red Sky by Hall, Myst.ry .
of the Illdde lUnd by]
Willie C. Llpllng
Whitney, Charlie from Yonder I JACKPOT
3orbU.by Payne and Cutks Island by; I Carrie Kltch.n


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y AG8 FOUR COUNTY TTME8 QUINCY. FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 1 10$*

GADSDEN COUNTY TIMES out of the *tal. and other came there and worked and' Paul' Parish House; Pilot Club 1 p.m.. Jefferson rlsts concentrated their attention to agriculture compared wl
"proletariat"and less than 10 ,.,"lItlo the (;
on the urban
worked and he beat 1 Post Office.
them handily House; Air Force Recruiter, 9 -12 noon.
and eonUoutnf concerned themselves only Despite this, she If la the etbarrasslnf
Of the Republican hopefuls, Lodge has more national with the
THE CHATTABUOCHEC TRIBUNZ tangentially problems of having
House position
Monday, April 13- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson ;
experience than other. But he doein't ..houlder'Nixon' of agriculture For a long time
PubUib Meb Thursday it II 8. Madison Street any Order Eastern Star, 8pm., Masonic Building; Social after the Bolsheviks ached power buy grain abroad to keep h-
A dolls H. Wry N.eoeap.eESTABLISHED disadvantage of an election defeat in the
past people fed. '
the
IMI Security Representative, 9:30 a.m., Court Room. agriculture was neglected -
two yean. I and abused stepchild In Two mortis can be drat
Florid Court House Scout 203 7:30 Scout
Quincy :
Hell a native easterner, In full contrast to President, ; Boy Troop p.m. the Soviet economic fa.'t;ly. from the Russian agrlcultur
s..d __ ........ Pd .. 0...... noow. Lyndon Johnson who could be weak In the East If he Hut; Girl Scout Troop 148, 4 p.m.. First Presbyterian The simple tact that you failure First, Indjvtduel |
ODe Veer. tS.00 Two Vests MM Eta Month lilt Church. must have an efficient methodof centlve Is a more/ power
demonstrates, or continues to demonstrate, voter appeal feeding s nation population stmulus to efficient product!
J. L. UatehlDMMi Ntubr his chance are as good as anyone else'*. Tuesday, April 14- Canning Center. 8 5; Rotary Club, before you can do much else than ls polk...- tate coerctc
Doc CannM __ Aifverfttttoe tnt NtwiHolla's Masonic with Its productive resourcesdoes Second when s centrally pis
1pm.. Jefferson House; Blue Lodge, 8 p.rn., not tit well Into Msrxlsn ned economy make Mtitak
QUINCY Building; Gadsden Emergency Net Trimmers, 7:30 theory But facts have s way i they are likely to be t>l1 on

10IrOUAlIA p.m., Clubhouse, Shadow Street, George W. Munroe of Intruding on theory and In that do lasting damage. ,
NATIONAL L'
CALENDAR OF EVENTSA P.T.A., 7:30 pjn. George W. Munroe School more recent year Russia Florida
rass'p leader have become well Turnpike users w

CeTitN Community Service by the Wednesday, April 15- Navy Recruiter, 10:30 a-in. Post aware of this basic principle soon be seeing doubletandetrucks
the Sunshine
.. They have not, however been on 6tsPaikway
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O Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, Kittrell's Restaurant; Exchange very successful In acting on It. Double trailers a
C ten Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce, 627-8518 Club, 1pm., Jefferson House; Gadsden County Currently 25 percent of Russia to be permitted following tl
's annual expenditure on example of other slate lur
Calendar Is based on Information reported by club Hospital Auxiliary, 10 a.m., Gadsden CountyHospital. productive Investment goes In pikes. tito
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secretaries and program directors a* of the Friday preceding !

f ImageJimmy publication. I ., ,: .
The National OutlookBy 'f .-

Holla's jury-tampering conviction 1* almost Thursday April 2- Canning Center, 8. 5; Florida State i

surely the union leader's downfall. Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert St I Georr Ilafedorm

At least outwardly, the brusque union boss "of 1S A STATISTICALLOOK $981 In the tf. S. : "
million workers had been winning over the Justice Department Friday, April 3- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-anon AT UTOPIAThe The most glaring failure of :

and Attorney General Bobby Kennedy's "per Family Group, 8 p.m., St Paul' Parish House; Shrine of Joint Congress Economic recently Committee released the Soviet planned economy; .f .

sonal vendettas" since 1957 Club, 7:30 p.m. Kittrell' Cafe Canning Center s comprehensive statistical bu been In the agricultural I _
8.5; Junior Woman's Clubs 11 a.m., Woman' Club report on the Russian sector The Russian have notbeen '1 .
Two factors still bolster Hotfa in hi* position. First, ; Entitled Ainual Ce- able to develop an efficient Ii \
Air Force Recruiter 9 12, Post Office. economy _
his conviction may take years to settle, due to an announced onomte Indicators for the system for producing food .I, .
and fibers This Is Illustrated if'
this reveals ..
U3.SR. study
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appeal. Monday, April 6- Kiwanis Club, 1 p.m., Jefferson House; some telling fact about the successes by the fsrt that between 40 and : -" ,
Secondly, and surprising to many, the Landrum. American Legion, John W. Shaw Post No. 84 8 p.m..1 and failures of the force SO percent is of the In Runlan labor :1" '
engaged agriculture,
Griffin Act doe not cover the Jury.tampering charge American Legion Home; Masonic Lodge Gadsden' worlds most fully .planned and as compared with only 8 per ,

The Act bars union office to those convicted of certain Chapter No. 30, RA.M., TalMar-Quln Council 23, regulated should economy.It be noted that the cent In this country' ; :'.

crimes, but the tampering charge Is not one of them. 8 p.m., Masonic Building; Social Security Repr.HntaJtlv. report contains no comments, The classical Marxian thto-

However, what hurts Hoffa Is the Image he has ., 9:30: a.m., Court Room Court House; Boy Scout criticisms, or editorializing on 'J

created over the years, and which the conviction helped Troop 203, 7:30 p.m., Scout Hut Girl Scout Troop 148, the. material This material which consist Is presented of Insurance Center i '.

create.Rumor 4 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. I statistical tables reporting the 1121 West Jefferson ".
has It that some of Hofla's once-loyal henchmen operational results of various How 2 "..
Tuesday, April 7CannIng Center 8.5; Rotary Club, sectors of the Russian economy
have become disenchanted with him and with the
1 p.m., Jefferson House; Garden Club Board Meeting,' It was prepared for the PAT THOMAS sales in territory
union' expulsion from the AFL-CIO (where the door will Joint Economic Committee by pick up your :
8 pm., Garden Center, Lions Club 7pm., Eittrell's the best-qualified U. S. :
reportedly remain closed so long as Hoffa is head of expertson INSURANCE. INC. mol 'nd
the Teamsters). Cafe; Red Cross Blood Program 8 p.m. Masonic Russia. The Soviet newspaper Progressive sales managers are making
Building. PravAa has denouncedthe more use of the long distance telephone as s tales

Joint Economle Committee tool. Try it and enjoy the profitable difflrlnai

Kites And WiresThis Wednesday, April 8Navy Recruiter, 9:30 a.m., Post report A few ss simple propaganda.facts show the e

Office; Jaycees, 12 noon, KittrelT Cafe; ExchangeClub contrast between the Russian 1fA ,.
1 p.m., Jefferson House; Army Recruiter, 9:30: economy and our own: ::I
is the season of the when of
year youngster Total production per capita
Post Office Marine Recruiter, 9 a.m. 12
a.m. ; noon,
i various ages delight in the flying of kites. I Poet Office. against amounts the to U.$1,158 S. figure In Russia of $3 a.,- One Stop Means .
Some of the with hair and
youngsters gray many: 004. Complete Service :
yean have to enjoy their kite-flying by proxy, but boys. Thursday, April 9Canning Center, 8.5; Florida State Personal consumption expenditures ...- .
and girl will go. them one better putting up their Idles In Employment Service, 9 3, S. Robert Street per capita in Rusila DIAL 627.7151 %.'" .i''fl", CO.
amount to $488 u against II.- Quincy Telephone
breezes.It .
the
10 Center. 8 5 Alcoholics 889 In the U. S.
Friday, April Canning ; QUINCY
Is well to warn the youngsters to stay away from Industrial output per capita *I r 0'
electric power lines and highways. Don't use wire for a Anonymous and Al-anon Family Group 8 pm, SL Is 1392 In Russia as aialnM -

, Idle-string or a cord with tinsel or wire in 11 B. sure the

cord Isn't wet. If kites break loose and the cord falls Lunchroom

I across electric wires, leave It alone. ,

Of course, we know that very few boys and girls who MenusApril '

actually fly Idle each spring will read this editorial 6 April 10 Look'what Ford'sJ

However, the retired kite-flyers, remembering the daysof I-
AprilSpaghetti
. their youth, might be reminded to caution their young. Monday, with Meat Sauce :

sters. A few words of warning, sometimes, might serve a Cheese SimC.rrotCabbale.n.I.ln


young 111.. Rolls Apple. Cobbler Milk and Duller Salad total laboratories: i


Mao's GoalIt Tuesday Fried Whipped,Chicken April Potatoes 7- performance


1* the time of year when annual protestation at Sunset SaladLettuceGreen I

Red Chinas exclusion from the United Nations are heard. Rolls-Butter Lima Beans

A French declaration In recent week In favor of Red Cake Squares-Milk brewed. in weekend ( ,

China' admission 1* a new twist for 1964. Wednesday All Meat, Stew April Beef 8- i one

Proponents of a UN consisting of,one big family of Rice/Gravy .
, nation will in coming month, speak out for Mao T.. Touted Salad ;II,
President Charles De Gaulle's flirtation Cut Beana
Tung by pointing to
Apple baure Cup Cakes
with Communist China.It Biscuit-Butter and Milk Open competition U the taper ,

would appear the effort will fall again this year. Thursday, April ft- proving ground Ford uses to test its

Also, Mao will accept UN membership only when he U Whole Barbecued Kernel Pork/Buns Corn specially modified can and its ideas ,
,ready, which he not be.
presently
may Cole Slaw
to the ultimate. time Ford
He still seek new territory for en exploding population Plneapple-Up-Slde-Down Every

and may not wish, for the moment at least, to Buna-Milk Cake goes to the races-wm or lose-yon : f ,._ s .
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come under the mantle of UN authority, with Its restrictions Friday April 10- always win. We always learn something r

on attacking other countries. Schools Choice that helps us buDd a bettercar.
We hope that you will keep "'"' q *
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In mind that theae menus are In one weekend we had two of "a a }

Bible In The HomeChildren subject reasons to change: for the following these "laboratories' running-tilt 1r a 4 a v "

Governmen' commodities half- n. NASCAR stock car track .

should be taught to pray and read the 1 the delivered when which the were not at Bristol,Term, and the punishing t ? tt R '-
Bible at home and not in the public ..chooll.That' county menus
le made. 5.2-mile road course at, Scoring, :.. +
the argument advanced by those who stromly 2. Community food habit
Ft*. Here are the results:,
favor the Supreme Court's now famous prayer decision. Ire conaldered.
1. Rise In the cost of s food
tern.
True required Bible reading and prayer should not be 4. Availability of equipment BRISTOL 2SO-MIIE STOCK CM lACE

: part of a public school's curriculum. However, this means and personnel. FORDS lat AND 24
Ne menus lilt given for FrV This tough, tight Kalt-mii oval revealed anew
parent who want their children to study the Bible and lay because of elaaa
, planning dimension in Ford V-8 and underscored *
pray have a sober responsibility which schools can md school preferences. Tb. power
no longer legally help them meet Friday menu Is usually hoi Ford'i superior handling a* Fred
dogs hamburgers or flah.we've Lomsen passed the checkered Bc nine seo
This country wo founded by God fearing men who ends ahead of Fireball Robert's charging sa.roeta tae e Mr.es.M cast w n.anon xwa.wet

ought religious liberty and who fled religious persecu GaUzie and full) lap aheed of the third .

tion. The Bible was the center of their home life. place Plymouth. Y . . '
Today we see-a deemphasls of the Bible in the
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home, with result beginning to show. SOXim 12-HOUR ENDURANCE MCE 't A v f + i ''

lust recently a Bible test was sprung on five classes rOftD-rovrata COBRAS hat,WAND MIN 4 ', '"t ,. '' .t..A r ,

of college-bound 11th and 12th graders in a Massachu.etts ,... .. ,_tS RAND TOURING CATEGORY .. 1 r, ',,, '
public school ere Through U cradles hours theae incredible "

Some though Sodom and Gomorrah were lovers; that n30.\ .Year bills V..'. tnwnd down\ the world' finest '
of Ferrari
the Gospels were written by Matthew, Mark, Luther and I Posts years
E4 and outlasting
fence .
John: that Eve was created from an apple; and that GT production + '
stories by which Jesus taught w.re called parodies. r' '
nUtATEDyou three
T ear* At the 10 p.m. ftmah only P
Eighty to 90 cent of the student could not complete n' .
per odd 110 IIIdboU special pntotn entne were soU ahead of ydtie
such familiar quotation as: 'Many are called, but t : hMrd\. t flying! Cobns-ead then.... aft Cobras f'is
few are (chosen);" "A soft answer turneth away (wrath);" 1 red the top till.SOIIIII.

and The love of money U the root of all (evil)." p,tda6wMa

Parents, It would seem, must do better U our STOCK CM lACtl1st r
children are to know the Bible and depend upon Its FORD; led, FALCON; 3H, CORTINA _

teachings In their formative year I Run cbe da) Wore Sebrir(. Vt one this i250-kilou
>lte ewtoet fcr IntarnatioMl Moan

r w.by f' "7da'eb proved the total scop* of Ford total
Cabot Lodge ref xm o The entry lid had Just Erg

ray a.i lslIr G.ianer ere eosipact Falcon three English

;. Political history ponders a bistorts turn concerning Ford-la Cortina CTs,and they flushed\ J-
that way, 1, 2, a. end w a pet a we er 41 .stns r ewer. ,.,e we.ww.et.5
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Henry Cabot Lodge' chance to become the nominee of a rtl
Yea, the total pn-formance laboratories
the Republican Party. His family has played a role In !! T t
ran M bore in on*weekend,applrbfth* add I t
the affairs of the nation for generation and none who l sdlL f
1 test of opera eomprUlKM to our ears and sorues. tit
lived through it can forget another Lodge' opposition to .
We're mvineed-end we have the ,t ,;{
Woodrow Wilson and the ol Nations. the U. S. '
League Penta.TmhdPosts records to pmt It-thai there's te bettor way ,e -
Senate. to make an better,....AH VM ban t*do to
However, this is a different Lodge a different time. m convince younttf b to dn> si at your Ford _

Ever sine his victory In South Vietnam Ambassador Denier" and take a test dive; ..'. tot ran + :M .
Lodge ha been the foremost topic Republican your MS thai cu Ul fcr them*m. tad and dee/1 Il e
among .. ...._ ,
rase mon a eaeaw W.-ae rws w to en. cat.-a.s.d I'a aor 2llss.e.er,caws..ts.er lMr.q seYi
Will he resign Will he win the GOP nomlDatioD'lImmedlat.ly in tfiori!'
after the New Hampshine victory there Buy etego-- m L HffOtJMg fM I cal

were those who said he was the favorite other who sold
they didn't see how anyone elae could beat him out In Poet & Lumber j FORd

the nomination competition. But Jt 1s not that clear-cut Pre*)wring Co.

and Lodge I* certainly a long way from being even a Mavua-QvlBTT. I27407S HwyTel

heavy favorite though he ha a good chance depending .
Abe ,Avails)* atruTCHntca w ee..r.w
upon future event and decision, some ol -
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which will be his own. t'eeeobr.FR r.

Another highly publicized feature ol the Lodge candidacy mD: STOKE
Is the question whether he himself master.minded I tIIfaNI { Inman Johnson Motor Company Inca I

his New Hampshire write-in campaign. After the primary ,

In New Hampshire some saw in this something ( 218 West Jefferson St Qub cy.. FJCADSDEN

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OAlfeOKN COUNTY T1MLS: QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY APRIL J. 1M4 PAOK: HV

wen tlmmedlately to work on Woman's Club Board I Mr.and Mrs. Paul Crleaa of'

Open House i' Art Competition boosting It at the"Embassy. Meeting; Today At 10 I Orlando spent the weekend with
Mr. be greeted
(Centime tress Fit OB) President Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Bishop.
(Continued tress Pat One Cabot Lodge. "I'm a WU early The Executive Board of the
"work at .n early age. "They be charged. AU works must : but It will be, .... The people Quincy Womana Club will meet Their ton Billy Bishop and
team the value of I dollar and be mounted edged or framed are piling on your band- this morning at ten o'clock at family of Tallahassee spent
bow to face lift," Mr. Morrow and ready for hanging wagon. And Mr, President the club house with the president Sunday with them.
Mid. The show will hang Wednesday soon to be -- it lot : Mr*. James Watte presiding ror.... George W. Munroe bas
A graduate of Lon High April 8 through the 11th of good -- <(I :'oorru"I'm : returned from I visit with her
School la Tallahassee, Mr. Mor- at Stars Parkway Store In Tal on your wagon Yes, sir I All member are urged to brother In law and sister Mr.
row served In the Merchant lahassee. Entry form may be Ljfkonf ''I'm McNamara, leader of the attend and Mrs. C. J. Grigs la Mont.
Marine during World War II. had by writing Mrs. Karl Fer- band. fomery. She also visited rela.
Ha U married to UM former rell, rio LeMoyne Art Foundation Uves In Selma, All, while
Mill Dot Lutes ot Quincy and alt Calhoun Street, Tallahassee .way.Mrs..
tb, couple hu three children Florida or at the persona C C. Guy has returned
Barbara Ann a senior at Florida Sears Store when work are alak :. lfr from a ten day visit In Tails-
State University; Kathryn, submitted.The basses with her son la :aw and
a junior at Quincy High School; three winner will Join i 't Miss Mary James of Osalnlng, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Re.
and Everett, a fifth-grader at the Sean Foundation travelingart it N.Y., Is visiting her brother Williams.
Quincy Elementary. The Mor- collection of Southern contemporary thPk a f R and slnter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs
_
row Family all are member of art. The collection Bonn James. She 1* accompanied
the Centenary Methodist will tour the South for a year by Mrs. Marlon Kahn of Card of ThanksWe
Church. before final judging la Atlanta N Bronx New York City.
Mr. Morrow li a member of For further Information contact (r. J, L. Hutchinson Editor Miss Myrtire Davis spent the wish to expree our sincere
the Rotary Club and a member Mrs Sam TIM, chairman of i Gedsden County Times week end in Hartford Ala, with appreciation for your
.of the official board of Cen- the show. Quincy Fla. relative prayers, flower, and an your
1a Dear Hutch act* of kindness during the recent .
lnary. In 11I D-1860 be wu a Mrs L. X. Texada and daughter
,elected president of the Florida come In for his cleaning be I would like to put the following Judy of Gainesville spent lisa of our father
'Institute of Laundering and hand a card to on. of the v I question before your the weekend with her listers John A. McCoy, ton
Cleaning He was presented a pleasant girl* behind the coun- readers: What price are you Mrs Ray Letter and Mia Sue Mr*. Muriel Mpper,
plaque "For Outstanding Adminlatratlon. ter. She looks at the vita-file, willing to pay for emergency Malone Barnett. daughter
: ." goes over and sets the dial on treatment at a hospital? Must
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In somebody family -- --
Mrs -
Morrow has always been one of the conveyors and someone -
;active la civic and church work presto the garment rotates lose an eye> or leg or a life
t- tbat Is, when she la not around to the front. before we can rest assured that
;helping at the plant. The automatic conveyor when a doctor Is needed at a
The Inalde workings of the save u* time and keepe misplaced hospital that he will be available -*
.plant Mart humming about S:30 clothing at a minimum," ? If you have never needed
; very morning except SunJdsys. say Mr. Morrow. I a doctor quickly then you
Aa compared with the Sanltooe Cleaning used by 1 1 will not be inWr.steI In havingone
Snachlnery In the original Iocstlon Morrows 1s an engineered and always on call one that I
everything la the present tested prone,. Laboratoriesare will come when you need him.
plant li automatic. constantly working on methods I know that the emergent
Perhaps, the most fascinating to Improve the quality of rooms In many hospital are
piece of machinery to a customer cleaning.So sometimes abused and that
U the automatic conveyor I "Bring Your Clothe ToMorrow some people are not emergency
:. located near the front Each Today," the catchy slogan saet who come for treatment.kit .
:customer's name Is placed In says. "Especially come today I CHAMPS Shell Oiler 1964 Men', Recreational Basketball League Champion, must this abuse keep the

.the visa-file under a certain we are giving away a mink are shown left to right: Jimmy Well, Ronnie Lemleux Charles Musgrove Maxwell honest for people their who loved want one treatment from

1.Dumber.bung on The one finished of two automatic garment stole poodle and," invites a registered Mr. Morrow.By French. WhIte and Tommy Fason. Not shown U David Fawn. The aeaion'i record wag obtaining It? Must it keep the

-conveyors under a correspondnumber. ," the way, the name of the 11 win, :2 loss**. Photo_by Mart! '* Studio father or mother from knowing
If one of their children U In
P
ftig When a customer I 'Princes "

....._.......... .................puppy.......*............Msrgo..I....iI., Fat Cattle ShowContinued 'Immunization Bank out and Fred Its oHUlali U Stay but C singled L. danger of disabled dying?or I being say that permanently 1II \- AT

not a proper reason, and that /
Owenby and the First Federal
( from Pile One Savings and Loan Association something should be done to W. L. Wood
1 MERRILL'S Agent, Agricultural Extension (Continued from Page One) for their correct It.
Service, University of Florida, many
of unheralded work for The taxpayers of Cadtden
eaten the Infant years
by recipient.
will serve as judge of ihowmanshlp. JEWELER j =
the Gadsden County are already having
and very young children will our youth through ?
Last year the Grand Champion receive the vaccine by dropper Educational Foundation some of their money donatedto
3 DAYS ONLY the hospital and I
was shown by Freddy directly In the mouth It desir program
.m sure that If It 1* necessary
ed. take themedication
Shelter of the Havana FFA Diabetic may
for more to be given, that were
The Planter Exchange ; on a small piece of Tigers
Chapter. ,
j FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY willing and ready to give
the
of Havana bought bread Instead of on sugar cllf1j1
If that will tlnctlvc
I It wean sure we re designs
Freddy' steer tor tl.00 a cube. (Continued from Pats One celv better care and treatment
pound.p Ben Castro, 4-H'er from Dr. Griffin. point out that
SPRING SUITS and DRESSES e In an emergency baautla
Eye-catching
Leon County showed the Reserve there are three virus strains P. Dodson, p 21 0
Champion Vaccines F. Shelter s* 20 0 I have always heard other of rare distinction
Mr. Russell said the carlot which from a cause different polio.strain are given ,TUlss, ss 10 0 people complain of the illusion end charm.For ttIoM.fttl.
1; 1/3 OFFs entries! (pen of 10)) total 17; on each of the three Sundays Poppcll, ss 00 0 and often said that If U -. a Hair for
20 0 ever' happen to me I would
total animals entered, 274; total making It absolutely Chester, rt \ fashion,
0 ra''.e an It ha happened f everything
Walsh rf 10Keardrn uproar.
Individual entries, 104; all counties that all three doses' : ,
I all necessary If 20 0 and I am ready to nine an *fcthey. wear.r .
ALL HATS / PRICE 4-H Individual, 11; are taken to guarantee 100 percent *
counties, ETA indvidual, 53; Immunisation. Rudd If I 0 0 uproar You too bad better A YEAR TO PAY
t Gatn-In-Welght contest 53; and Twelve center throughout J. Shelter e 010 raid up and see fur yourself,
or maybe you want to be thatperson W. L WOOD
{ T counties represented In all Gadaden County have been designated -
All Sales Final No
Approvals Su- Totals 24 I 1 who will never get a
Escambla Clay, Jackson to administerthe
as places "
JEWELER
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chance to raise up neverthat w
............................................................ wsniwe Calhoun, Leon and Oral Sabin Vaccine for mass Qulncy 11 : Is. tgull
Gadsden. Immunization against polio I'laysr sb r 107 E. JeUereon St.
Individuals will Vessey, 1 1Roweli 0 Adrian Anderson
115 be

, :*m-: :<<.>>:-:.:-:-:-:.:.:-:.:.: for 1,800 In prize money competing to this The S Sunday o'clock vaccine: afternoon at will the be following available from I Bradley.,.ss 10 10 0 1 Say CMc. ..s4 m l aiar.M.e VWt M wined t.lM.se Said ease! dd tiMcTHODIT .

The officer of the West locations George W, Munroe !Abney, ss 21 1 POINTS OFINTEREST
WATCH OUR PIGS GROW Florida Livestock Associationwhich I Elementary' School, Gjretna Edwards Ib 20 0
sponsors the annual Community House Greensboro Senlff. lb II 0 MMON VKTVAN CITY OOUHCH
event are Murray Spooner, president School Chattahoochee High Ramsey, Ib 1 0 0
( ; A. F. Rich, vice president School Havana High School Daughlry, rf 20 0 'A thing of Beauty Is a Joy
; Sloan Biker, treasurer; Cartcr-Parramore' High School, Bywater rf 21 1 forever" we are told. Just A' VOTE FOR
Ono and Mr. Russell 1I<<'tar)'. Salem Elementary School, Joyner, Jl 13Suber 0 feast your eyes on Highlandover .
Springfield School Nnrthilde 2b 2 1 1 here tn Burmah Height
I High School, Bouthslde Elementary Nail Sb 2 0 0 and K will be a picture that DORSEY C. SMItHtil"
PURINACHOWS Cancer CrusadeContinued School. SL John Elementary C. McPherson, Sb 1 0 0 I will stay with you even through
School and Midway Sew ll,1II 2 I 0 J; the' dreary bitter, fold days of C ;4 ;
1 < 0
( from Pile One School. next winter. The dogwood COUNTY COMMISSIONER
date, April 21 ws set for their The member of the Gadnden La...... If 1 I 0 I I: tree are In full bloom forming
calls. The third Sunday In April County Hospital Medical Staff Taylor, rf 2 I I I a background or 'framework I t
I* designated a* Cancer Sunday state this U a far reaching pro West cf 100 t for the colorful spring'
II"Ithe lOll of which Is to W McPherson cf 1 0 O I flower* that are so beautifullylandscaped District ) GarUden County

Th. official weighing; ; was February 29 The midwives In the countyare Immunise the entire population Sperling, p 1 0 1 In each yard, eipedally -,
planning to assist la the ot Gadsden County, whether Newcomo, p 311Totals those of the T. M. Cum- YOUR VOTK AND SUPPORT Will BC APPRECIATEDTIMBER.
at 10 am. Starting; weights; 35 and 40 crusade si they do annuallywith you have had the Salk vaccine HIM, LeVelxa Armstrong the
pounds. These pigs will be weighed; much success.Mr or not. Dr Griffin states, 301010 frank Morgan and the James, ,pull NilI Ad'.)
*, Fred Klbllka announced This I* our first opportunityto WP_ Sperling (1-1) Cot garden balanced on
:1
.ach Saturday at 10 am. Weights; will that Mr. and Mrs Douglass actually eradicate polio. Salk LP- Pesvy (0-11 other side of the street wl:

b. recorded. You are Invited to come Brook were conducting a charity : vaccine give Immunity to a blossom of breath taking beau-
bridge game at the Garden fairly good degree, but not ty. '
see these pigs weighed; and let us tell Center Saturday, April 4, two complete Immunity. Persons In fart, It seems that the .
about Purlna's Profit Planof sessions, the first beginning at who have taken Salk vaccinecan riw. town has
you (Ji{ never seen a murelutlful Let Us Help You Harvest Your Timber WUely
a p.m. and the evening session carry the virus and give It .E'a spring Perhaps we
Feeding; at 7 o'clock. to other With the oral Babln say that every year but It Is Contact Us Before You 5.111!

I People from all town In the vaccine they cannot." 1/ exceptionally pretty this se..on. WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES!
March 7 Pigs; Gained 33 Ibs. on 50 Ib*. county are urged to attend. Canasta -

of Feed In Seven Days! ,played and also.ether A game large part will be of Scholarship 1 I. eytultelpWT The Bank flower have* by'own the QuincySlate blooming Florida Forest! Products, Inc.

for several weeks making
March li- Pigs Gained 28 Ibs. on 53 Ibs. the work.proceed will go to cancer: The real story behind the Defense u* forget the hard cold winter Call James L Stewart Quincy 8585494or <<

of Feed In Seven Days. Carl Rude ha charge of the (Cntl...d rr.. Page 00.1McMllIan'1 Secretary trip to South that ha* pawed. May we be Inspired call or write
to plant something new
Is
Viet ham with Gen Taylor
crusade
work
among the color- election to the poet we really reap P. O. Box 305. Tallahassee Fla. Ph. 2234669
ed schools which he bandies shout to be told. Bit bark and every year ,
March 21- Pigs Gained 22 Ibs. 56 Ibs. In l T.
on successfully annually. listen to bow come U was so what we sow you know. I i:
of Feed In Seven Tha Gadsden Educational vttaL .. ..
Days. foundation 1* a tan exempt. -- ---- -- '_.._--- ...

March 28- Pigs Gained 29 Ibs. In Seven I Red Cross was non-profit organised organization by a group that of elected President lor a Johnson full 'term may and be

72 Ibs. of F..d. Influential and clvta/ minded rumor were that he roundingup
Days on
(Centlnn frees Pete One) Quincy businessmen In 11I 6. It tome bomaree for I new
I II for I
approved Cadsden County cabinet.
we* chartered that same year
e' the blood need of any res and the first. educational award Meanwhile, over In the de-
BABY CHICKS I eh'u: th': provided for wee made In 1955. Since that I fens corral the secretary fared wM'' t,; i'. et r
la United State. time the Foundation has helped' two real problem Seem the
I at horn or elsewhere, with no to further the education of U rsnge war In South Viet Nam ,
RHODE ISLAND REDS charge for the blood Itself of Gadaden County's youth M weren't going well plua a lowering ,
Hospitals have found tt necessary of Richard of morale. |
a total cost $1S,800.
to charge a small fee for had brought' gar t
NEW HAMPSHIRE REDS Gardner, I well known Quincy The Red rustler ra
the administering of the blood attorney and secretary of the In I lot of thootln' Iron., a big
but there I* no charge for ReelCross Foundation, say that Isle "In pile up of also suit war stuff
c
BARRED ROCK blood, Mated Mr. Scad- vestment In our youth" In the and our aid*'. arm were woefully :
ron. 7J.
has been rather meager Inadequate
past
COCKERELS.: Heavy Breed I I Dr. Warren A. Taylor of due to limited funds "We hope Bee of Def. McNamara bad 1i r .,
,
TbomaivUle, Gs., chairman of that this fine gesture by the to do something Bo he took y
I t
'the Blood Committee of the Quincy State Bank will set a Gen. Taylor along to find out i
SUBERand South Atlantic Regional Blood pattern to be followed by other If the Viet Cong srms buildup
Center Savannah C*. and who Insulation aa well a* Individual was a* big aa they'd agreed.
Initiated the Blood Program *, resulting In a breakthrough U that was so our aide' arm
TbomasvUle, Mr*. Helen MurPhy In the supply of funds should be Inadequate enough to
executive secretary of the for the education of youth of go ahead wilds the ballyhoo e
JOHNSON Thomas County Chapter. Acnerte our county who would otherwise sending more arm and etlllmelnuin
H Bed Leo TbomasvUle be denied the benefits ef the Inferiority our it- d .' 'asau ;
tows Gs, and Cot..... administrative eoUege training" Mated )fro late needed to lose 1
2121 W. Jefferson SL director of the Mobile Gardner. That problem mae for Gen
Regional Blood Center, ,Mobile Mr. Gardner had high praise Taylor, The reel big norele

. ..t --J' Ala The will general b* present public b not only for the_Qulnry _State,problem_was McNsmara. lie N:.1..
iIa urged
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_f AGtt SIX CADSDEN COUNTY TIMEC'V V T' ',A, TU'TSDAY, APRIL 2, 19M

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[Surprise Shower- Coffee Planned 7igug overcast can be used according .

WOMEN'S PAGE Luncheon For : For Mrs. Myrick pressed to fabric Into new weight.fabric Cretes ;.-

often difficult to remove >
I .r 6 t.. Miss Munroe I Mr. Don May, Mrs. Carl press only after final seam Uncj
!$ Fryer and Mn. Fount May, Jr. are established

Persons having \Item ol social nature are urged to call Mrs. George Massey Mri are entertaining with I coffee ed If more Information Is need.
Home
contact
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this morning in honor of Mn your Demo
Mrs. S. Richardson at MAin 7-8503 Florins Fatten and Mrs. Harold
May Zelgler entertained with a surprise Sam Myrick who li moving to stratlon Office.Birthday .

......... .................l... n _____ I shower-luncheon for Miss Tallahassee this week
"0" I Tee Munroe, bride elect Thursday A profusion of mixed print Party For

3 BridesElectAre Miss MunroeIs Shower Given branched at the silver Jefferson candelabra House.with A the flowers Fount from Mays the scene garden of the oj Pamela Jean Sinnons

In the middle, party, are being died in the
an epergnette Mrs. Larry Slrmons enter
HonoreesAt HonoreeAt Thursday For held a lovely arrangement of entrance living room and on talned with I PI't1In honor or
iris,, bridal wreath and pale the sun porch. Auleai, dock, her daughter Pamela Jean ....1.
Brunch Here Luncheon Miss DossMrs. pink auleas. Place cards were iris and fern will center the day afternoon, the occasion '-(.
r4 dining room table.
of bridal design, In light pink I Ing her third birthday
The
Q. O. Barnett and Mri. and white. Each of the 20 The hostesses will live the
Miss Judy Woodward, Miss Mill Tee Munroe, bride elect, John Layerd entertained with a guest received favors of pink honoree t personal gift *i a group Easter of little friends hunt. enjoyedan
Tee Munroe and Mist Jo Ann was the Inspiration for I beau miscellaneous shower Thursday net pot holders. memento of this occasion. I II balloons added egg festive Colorfi.:
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Dove, brides-elect, were the honorees tiful luncheon yesterday at 12:30: night In honor of Miss Jo Ann Mn. Mark Munroe Jr and I Forty friends of Mri. My the occasion. touchto
at a delightful Brunch : and Does bride elect, at the homeof rick are Invited to toll party
Saturday morning when Mrs I when Mrs. T. W. Griffin the former Mixed spring Mrs. Ned Hlnson, mothers of The cake was decorated withan
II. Jefferson Davis and her 'Mrs. J. Buryl Higdon entertained I flowers In pastel colors with the betrothed couple, were Easter theme. Ice cream
Jr. entertained for them. Mixed of Mri. Griffin Mixed spring Interest points.. Mrs. Lee R. Munroe, paternal Favors were Easter eggs filled
spring flowers were artistically flowers In pastel colors were The gift were presented In a grandmother. was also a guest with candy.
arranged In the living at Interest points In the living novel manner. A large clothes Those winning prizes In the
room and den.Centering room. An all white arrangement basket with clothes pins fastening Sunbeams At By Marjorie B. Gregory contest were David Edwards
the dining table centered the dining table. various kitchen utensils Home Demonstration Agent and Lynn Smith.

was a Dresden compote of tulips Place cards were of bridal de around the rim,, held the many ; Easter Hunt SEWING NEW FABRICS !
Egg
azaleas, lilies and bridal useful and pretty gifts given Your Home Demonstration Bridge Club Meets
wreath Interspersed with bluebirds sign.The the bride elect by former classmates : .
hostesses gave the bride Office has just received I leaflet With Mrs. Higdon
of happiness. Place card elect a "1 Hate to Cook" cook who were guests on this The Thomas Memorial Sunbeams on "Home Sewing Techniques -
held little chicks fur- occasion. were entertained by
by
were book which II an amusing and for New Fabrics Containing Mrs. Sam Higdon was hostess
ther carrying out the Easter Mrs. W D. Dost, mother of Mrs. Maxwell Glenn with an Dacron Orion
helpful edition. Nylon, to the Tuesday
and bridal motif. the honoree was among the _; Easter egg hunt last Friday morning
Among the fifteen guests Antron or other Man Made Fabrics. duplicate bride club this week.Mrs. .
afternoon. Thirteen
The honorees were given personal were mothers of the engaged guests. h enjoyed the occasion.A young. people ." These new fabrics mutt Ben Duncan and Mrs. Albert
of
article as mementos couple, Mrs. Mark Munroe and be handled differently when Kohnke won first place
this occasion Miss Mary Mid- Mrs. Ned Hlnson and grand Buffet Supper large table on the lawn sewing as well as when laundering Mrs. Kenneth Maxwell and Mrs
gift and Mrs. Pat Munroe. Given To Honor Mill Mary Catherine MiddletonMr. Easter Egg tree and vart-color- At the recent laundry clinic Douglass Brooks and Mri

Among the eighteen guests and Mrs. William Edward Middleton announce the ed chicks. care In laundering and pressing George Munroe, a guest third
During the afternoon the
mothers of the brides- and Sandwiches, dips, cake, oof
were was given many questions
elect Mri. R. D. Woodward Engaged Couple engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter children played various games about sewing were asked. fee and Coca-Colaa were serv
Jr.. Mrs. Ilarbert Gregory, Mrs. Young Couple 1 Mary Catherine John Weatherington Suber, ion of and then had an Easter egg' The experienced person who ed. Novelties were given for
Mark Munroe, Jr., Mrs. Ned Mrs C. D. Johnson and her Mr. and Mis. Stephen Morris Suber. Miss Middleton at- hunt. Theresa Carter found sews at home will f.nd that prices. Colorful spring flower -
Hlnson and Mrs. W, D. Doss, Honored At daughter, Mrs Howard Boylan] tended Converse College and will graduate in April the most eggs.Refreshments. I slight changes In techniques were at points of interest
entertained with I beautiful of hot dogs, are required for sewing fabrics in the living and dining rooms.
Dinner Party buffet supper Saturday night In !from Florida State University She Is member of Chi Cokes and cookies Wire served containing synthetic fibers. In
2 Brides-Elect ,honor of her niece. Miss Kay Omega sorority. Mr. Suber la graduate of The CitadelHe and etch child received a tiny choosing patterns avoid those Bridge Club Meets

Mr and Mrs. R. K. Shaw Jr. Harrison and Herbert Carter of is associated with Suber Cattle Company in Qu1n With Mrs.; T. W. Griffin
Share Honors Tallahassee, whose marriage St. Paula Mrs. Glenn was assisted by which
entertained with a small dinner The wedding will be May 30th at 7:30 p.m. in stitching may cause
will be an event of 24. Miss Sharon Ruth Wall.
Saturday night at their April No invitation tent puckers. Use thread of nylonor Mrs.
party lilies Episcopal Church, Quincy. are being Taylor Wood Griffin va
Camellias Iris
azaleas
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Miss Tee Munroe and Miss dome In Tallahassee In honor Invited to attend the dacron. Textured threads hostess to her bridge club Tuesday
relatives
and bridal wreath effectively but all friends and are
were
Judy Woodward brides-elect, made by the Taslon process are
of their nephew Allan Bostick afternoon.
shared honors at a delightful and hit fiancee Miss Jane Eta arrai.ged In the living wedding and reception to be held at the home of the Morning Party well suited for this Baste with spires were effectively Azaleas arranged and

formal afternoon party Thursday sman of Atlanta and Miss Tee room. White and deep rose camellias bride's parents, 1441 East Jefferson Street. BrideelectA small needle or pin with small In the living and dining
when Mrs. Ben Duncan Munroe and Wilson Hlnson, were In the family I For smooth pins. Leave warn allowance rooms. During the afternoon

Mrs, Anthony J. Wheat and Mrs whose marriage will be an room.An Mrs. May HostessTo morning party complimentIng of illS Inch or more. snacks were served.
Ijmlcr Richardson entertained epergne of light pink Birthday Party Interlining of nylon, dacron or
event of April. Daffodils and Miss Betty Sue Smith bride Winner of high score wai
for them at the home of the other spring flowers were at azaleas flanked by ouplds, holdIng Tally Bridge Club elect of April, was given Saturday blends of dacron and goat hair awarded a personal article.Jehovah's .
latter on Bellamy Drive. Pinkroses Interest points In the horn.. lighted tapers centered the For Taylor Youth by Miss Suzanne Fetcher are suitable for regular weight
table at which the couple was Mn. Fennell hottest
auleai, iris and bridal The unique place cards were May was and her mother, Mrs. E. garments and nylon marquisetteor
Witnesses
seated, and carried out the to the Club Wednesday
Tally Bridge
wreath and love birds were organdy for lightweight onei
fashioned from bantam H. Fletcher at the Fletcher
eggshells
Mrs. Robert L. Taylor entertained -
I pink and white color scheme afternoon.
effectively arranged In the party For washable garments nylon Convention Slated
holding tiny figurines, with a birthday party home In Greensboro.
in this
roomi. Fruit and potted carrying out the Easter theme. room. Monday In honor of her son Colorful spring flowers were Spring flowers in shades of linings are recommended because "Jehovah's Witnesses have
.plants were on the breenway. The couplet were presentedswan The hostesses presented the Robert Jr., who was six years at points of Interest Preceding pink and white were used In they do not shrink. completed final plans to hold a
The table which was covered I. honorees an electric toaster. on the she served I dessert Smaller machine needles
servers ai mementos of old. The group of friends en- game the party rooms. A focal arrangement are three day circuit convention In
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by a linen cutwork cloth was this delightful party. this occasion. Joyed the novelty of playing In with coffee, of pale pink alters needed for sewing synthetics Tallahassee from April 3
centered by a compote of white Parents of the bride. Mi, and Robert's tree house and participated Mrs. Fain Embry was high auleas, glade and stock was Needles size 11 for lightweight through 5," announced William
.Iris, pink azaleas and bridal Mrs. M. O. Harrison 'of Talla.hassee In various games, after score winner on this occasion In the living room. A massive fabrics and size 14 for heavy Clllem presiding minister
wreath. A silver punch bowl Mrs. Robert L. TaylorIs I were among the 24 which they went for a stroll white arrangement of glads, weight Is best. Adjust pressure The convention will feature a
from which coffee frappe was Hostess At guests. while candy Easter eggs were Charity Bridge Game pom puma and azaleas high of the feed dogs on your ma- public sermon, "Facing Up to
served was on one end. Silver Bridge I hidden. Favors were Easter bas lighted the den. chine so that they do not mark :the Urgency of our Times," to
trays of sandwiches cheese Mn. Robert L. Church Nursery At kets. Set At Garden Center The dining table featured a the material. Thread tension be given on Sunday. There will
straws and cookies were on the Taylor her bridge club Toesday. of birthdaycake
other end.Among Easter Egg HuntThe Refreshments charity bridge game at the beneath a sliver epreine holdIng high threat tension tauten for new ministers.
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Mixed spring flowers with and
the thirty guests were azaleas and Nursery Department of Ice cream punch were Qardsn Center, Saturday, April white stock snapdragons puckers, Over 700 are expected to at
mothers of the engaged couples, attractive aplrea predominating the First Presbyterian Church served. 4, at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Play and porn poms. Dainty party For most fabrics 10 to 12 tend.A .
In
Mn. Mark Munroe, Jr., Mrs arrangements, was entertained with an egg Mothers of the little guest ers from every town In the food consisting of sandwiches, stitches per Inch are titlsfac-
Ned Hlnaon Mrs R. D. Woodward flanked by Easter bunnies were hunt at the home of the C H enjoyed conversation and cake county are urged to cooperate cheese straws, cookies and lory. Light tension applied to PLACE TO SLEEP
Jr. and Mrs. Harhcrt used In the decorations. Shaws Jr. Saturday morning.The and coffee while the young fry Duplicate, contract or canasta chicken salad were served the fabric while sewing reduces Pueblo Col. In a routine
Gregory and grandmothers, Mrs Mri. R. L. Massey won high little tots enjoyed pony played. will be played. Proceeds will twenty-two guests. Mrs. Re-: puckers. You can easily re- check of an automatic wanner
Pat Munroe and Mrs. Lee R. score and Mrs Lois Dooner cart rides and hunting eggs I Robert was the recipient of go toward cancer work. Mr. nesu Domlney and Mrs. Earl duce puckers by applying a lit establishment, police found a
III unroe. low. after which refreshments were many nice gifts which were op- and Mrs. Douglass Brooks will Willis assisted in serving coffee -tle tension to the fabric behind young man asleep In a d"
Miss I Munroe received linen Preceding the game, a dessert -served ened during the party. be In charge. and Coca Colas. and In front of the needle being Police awakened the young'
and Miss Woodward I persona with coffee was served. Mrs. James Mahaffey, one Twenty eight guests helped The date Is April 4, 2 p.m. The hostesses presented Mill careful not to pull the fabric ma nand be explained tin, *
gift as mementos of this ocoaInn. Twelve players enjoyed the of the nursery department work- the honoree celebrate his birth- and 'I p.m. Place Is the Quincy Smith with a gift of china through the machine. had a quarrel with his i wife ito

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the in the Junior Artistic CUM 16 Best spray, named ................ Dark Pink using wild flower No accessories
Spring Flower Show Is Slated outstanding design CUM 17 Bert spray, named ..'''..?.-..-............ Red "
Division. Claw 18 Bert spray, named ......._........... White Class 2- "Flower are Ood Thought In Bloom
removed until 9:00 Thursday Class IV Bert sprsynamedheed' .".. ...........,.......... Yellow from "Leave of Gold.-
Ai Garden Center On April 16 11 No ,exhibit April: may 16. be > F.l.MorifcMk.. to IM ..(..r*..t..i ITT)iidl t to MOIl rt ...... to *.. "lCMMtl flower Interpretation and bird.of Springtime, using fresh

Dan 3- "Don't Be A UtterbugPAn '
Th Spring Flower Graham c classifies- 14 The decisions of the Judges will be final arrangement Interpreting this Garden
"Dimension In Design" Wwi Uon-- Mn. E eonLu f Judge Division IIARTISTIC Club slogan Accessories permitted
be presented by the Quincy *- Mlu Sara May Love, hoeplUllty Division I HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITS Consultant... Mr*. R. D. Woodward Jr.
Garden Club April 18 at the Mrs. Fl her Wll ARRANGEMENTS 1.,1. 5.1.54, _
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Garden Center from 3 to B p.m. Hams, Junior*- Mrs. R. D. (Containers will be furnished) I 11oo. 11.. N
Serving ai general chairman Woodward, Jr.. publicity Mrs Cues 1- Dimension of Beauty Reflecting Color = ... isle. to5.Ne..bte
of the even 1* Mr*. Douglas Lanier Richardson clerks- Section A Cut Flowers "Colon art the smiles of Nature:" _____ .1
Brooks. Committee chairmen Mrs C. R Chambers, awardsMrs. HuntA sac--.. ::
mass arrangement of spring flowers designed ------
are: .
Fred ddmantolIng Ise
Klbllks Annuals or plants as such In this region
grown for
color harmony Accessories per-
Schedule Mr*. H. J. Davis, Miss Evelyn McDonald
and Herbaceous (One bloom or mltted. (Niche 38' high, M* wide, 20"
Staging MISS Evelyn McDon t'OnlUlun'Mra.. A. S. Harris perennial spray : Division IV Educational Exhibit

aid Mordhsus horticulture, Jr., entrlea Mr*. Fred Mrs.W. Keown., corsage- Mrs. Hugh Mc unless otherwise stated) deep Consultant) .. .. hen Roy McClendonClay Division V Commercial Exhibits

CUM class 2- Dimension of Abundance Reflecting Width I
RULES "Earth U so kind Tickle her lilt. Hospital ReportMarch :
1 Alyssum (3) II Nasturtium (3)
hoe and She laughs with s harvest
1. All entries must b. registered between 8:00: 1 Calendula 11 Pansy (S) A design of flowers, fruit and/or vegetables 24 March 30
A.M. 3 Candytuft 20 PenU (3 using s figurine ss part of the
1. and 11:00: AM. Thursday, April 16. Any )
4 Carnation 21 Petunia (3 single composition. (Niche: 38' high 31- wide, Admissions: Mr. Nellie
exhibit brought after this hour will b. noncompetitive (double
B ChtntM For-get me-not 22 Petunia 20" deep) Cross, Mauler James Allen 1"7
8 Columbine 23 Phlox (3) Consultant .... .. .... .... Mrs. Henry Johnston Maxwell, Mr*. Lenora Wade,
7 Clematis 24 Poppy (3 single) Earl Winston Cheater, Homer 01.1 i
5 Horticultural classes open to all amateurs. 5 Cornflower (3) 25 toppy (double) Class Dimension of Perspective Reflecting Depth Allen W. U Uvlnga, Mlu Karen
9 Delphinium 28 ScablOM The deep eyes of Springtime peer Lynn CIKlUIuMra.. Vallle) II
3 Horticultural exhibits: in competition must be'I 10 DUnthus (3)) 27 Snapdragon from the grass beneath. Urine Ola Mores, Mr*. Nancy Hutch.
by exhibitor with the been 11 Foxglove 28 Stock A design featuring sculptural quality, textural Inaon Larry Dean, R E. Vauiw
grown plant herring
12 GiUUrdls (3)) 29 8< keala
I Interests and nsturslUtlo materials and Robert G .ry.CJ
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I In his possession for three months IS Ccrbers 30 Strawflower Accemorles permitted, (Niche: 38' high, 0 B. Harvell I Mr*.nt.nI'hue
I 14 GywphlU (3) 31 SwMtpeas (3) 28" wide, 20" deep.) Moore, and Mr*. Janet MoQualg
4. No exhibitor: may make more than on. entry 15 Hollyhock 32 Verbena(3)(3) Consultant Mia Lucille Smith Havana: Mr. William 1. Helen Taylor, Lucille Shelf
Violets
of the same variety in any one class. IT It Lupine Larkspur 33 34 Any other not lilted oo Finch and 8 S. Johnson lloa er and Clcmnia Gay are playing *
Clam Dimension of Rhythm Reflecting Motion ford; Mr* M.ry1utlOll.. and ProAutourn.ment
schedule golf today at a
Is the line of
Straight duly
B. Flower obtained MUa Lavem Butler Uiattahoncheo In Blakelv with our
for Artistic be
Arrangement may Curved U the line of beauty"
'flat tela.. lot A.... M r-aIaIo. : Ed Lane, Tallahaaaee Sawano Club professional Bob
from any source. D4e..t.1 M"'Y.. tl A design expressing movement. AI'"lIIOI'le.pt'I'mlll.d. and C. C Yon, Grandrldge
L. ....e., 54 v..l..vt. n.. )Niche: 38" high, 28* wide, BIRTIISMr.. and fire Den Wind
6. The Gard.n Club CeIw. ..-- Ab.d..w r 20" deep) ny Hutchinson boy Mar :28 Club champlonahtp tmirn-
I I bUlly Oulncy for lots or damage of assumes property.no responsi-Containers /.0.C.MIs.s: .. M __ II II Consultant ........................ Mrs. H.nl''lloll., Mr, and Mrs. William MeQualf -; anent The will begin no later than
boy, March 29 April 20th. Date for the qualify .
( and accessories should be marked with i. Class 8- Dimension of Imagination Reflecting Epic In| round will be planned on
name of owner "Imsglnitlon rules the world"Nspolcon April 3rd at a luncheon and
Section B Cut Bulb., Tubers Corms and other I. Formal I opening of the NASA business meeting In use rl ib-
7. Doors closed from 11:00: A.M. to 3:00: P.M. for bulbous plants. A bold dramatic Interpretation Anything Oralnn.Cape Kennedy Causeway hoiiM at 12.30.
and goes In search of new ideas, materials and about May 1 will relieve The afternoon golfing event
cleanup Judging. ...mbl.... Floral material be used aome of the traffic load
CUM 1 Amaryllis .........................................- I stalks accent i Altered material permlwable to This si the Cape dally via the enterIng South- will begin at 1:30.:
8. Winner shall be awarded: Blue for first, Red Whit, b. Pink, e. Red d. Variegated claM eligible for Award of IHntlnctlnn. Out on lloul 401. Approximately --- -- -
for second, Yellow for third, and Whit. for honorable by variety (Niche: 36' high, II" wide, 20" deep) HOIlOllthlcl..* travel to Religion la a great help In
mention. Oats S Calls .. ...... --..-_ 1 blooma. Conauttant ... .-,...... Mrs Bob Davldnon and from Cape Kennedy dally, time) of trouble, but you mUM
White,b.. Ptnt, e. Yellow Definition: Altered Material when tile moet of them Via the South have the religion to receive the
9. Th. Tricolor Award may be mad. availableto .. ... 1 sUlk surface of plant has been *!. Gale help.
Class S Easter Lily
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a Blue Ribbon winner with a total point 1 loved by application of paint,
CUM 4 Gladiolus spikeby varnish
dye shellac lacquer,
of 95 from Artistic Division
score or more variety
spray, oil, etc. BAPTIST KIWANIAN BUSINESSMAN
classes In which all fresh-cut material or 11 Clan 5 Glorloss ...... 1 specimen
fresh -- .
"No miller how high w* rise, w* discover VOTE FOR and ELECT
interest CUM T HemerocsUU pUt ..--- S specimen blooms Infinite distance shove"

10. The Award of Distinction be mad. available CUM I Iris ... 1 specimen Parlett
may s. Beaded, b..Dutch,e.-Loulsl.na. d. named An alter arrangement to b* staled on *
to a Blue Ribbon winner with a total point variety mantel (Niche: 18' high I 28" wide, 20' WAYNE R. HANNACLERK
score of 95 or more from artistic Division classes CUM 9 Specimen stalk of any bulbous flower other deep
.a\, In which elements other than fresh-cut plant than ibove Consultant .....-....., .-.Mrs. Ben LovlngnodCliues

material are dominant or if dried or otherwise Mil.. tela..II" .. lilt NirittMl CMM InitkMk MAXTIIU 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 6 eligible fur Tricolor Award OF CIRCUIT COURT
preserved or treated plant materials are used 01414101I (rqe 11010 ('... tat). ('.f. I"). ,M,., ...... M AU ChuM
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exclusively, or If they provide the dominant sw..m. (r.e. ) ... 0....., .11 .1__" ..4 pl'lMIJoIM _____________ 41 GADSDLN COUNTY
Intereit I iflM Mull fat .11 MkM t. fell -- m.n_ ||
Q.oaIIly ..d c.u.: ... 1a.b.N..M / s.upmN... II
11. A Sweepstakes Award will be given to the '1.. _I., N,.-.notr fI It "IM D.mocratlc Primary Tuesday, May 5. 1964

winner of the greateit number of blue ribbon .C54em.. N CaIaI -- IIN YOUR SUPPORT IS SOLICITEDAND
I t points the show In case of a tie, red ribbon .op..e.wU.e K V.rtT (m........) -ISto TABLES

points will be considered. Dimension of Warmth Reflecting Hoipl* WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED ,
tall 1 !,
12 A Junior_Achievement Award will be given to Section C Flowering Shrubs. Vines or Trees. Class 1- "At Home From 4 to 8' (Paid Political Adv ,

CUM 1 Bert spray, named, not to exceed three feet Five Tea Tibles suitable for sn sfternnnn

VOTE ludelq P.NMt... c..I.... N tes (Tables to be furnished by club).
r.0..1I1y. ... ....-- .. CUM open to the Circlet of the Qulnry \
._ M r.IN'. II Garden Club
MAYS Color 11
SIM JUwMUM to CUM 2- Breskrirt Tables
for 'Gioty'M Th vetrs st the sprli I ?< HUMBLY
The days at nvirn"

HEAL Section D Potted Plants. from IMppa Psaaes
J. Breakfast table) featuring one place setting,
ClaM 1 Flowering tuned on card tables furnished by dub,
3.4e5. ..5454. II Omit flat allverConiulUnt ,
; FAIRCLOTHSHERIFF Cit.e..k..s.... .. 154.5. A...... N y.tety IIr ... ........................ Mrs. AI ColyMttM GRATEFULI
/6 _. tI5eatr 15Cs1. NUrtti
ArneeNN.w '1DoeI
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+ l.We. 'fill ..,..... ... .2!, ='..:.... :: 0 to'
'to r.os o.I.M'y If am deeply and humbly grateful to the
Class I Foliage
"' I. people of Gadsden County for having ai
OF GADSDEN 'b'.1': = :_ .1
....'.. ..... A...... N V...... faD54S..I1. CORSAGESDlmenalon of Form Reflecting Pleasure
COUNTY .. 15a.ety no..l lowed me to become the nominee for reelection .
CUM 1- "Moment to Remember"A
TOOT VOTE Wit 1Mp. A-'Iey It VaIoIf ISIN corsage for evening wear to the office of Superintendent of
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BE APPRECIATED"Paid
Section E BOMS.GRANDffLORA. Clan 1- Tti Happy Time*" Public Instruction without opposition.
Political Adv. A tailored corsage for daytime wear
Consultant .. .. ..... Mr. Hugh McKeownDlvUlon
HYBRID TEA
Class 1 Beet specimen, named ...._..... Blealor 1dsew ooIee 155a54blay I pledge to work for the benefit of the school

Make Friends and Have Fun Claus Claw I I Best Beat specimen specimen,, named named ...._._ Light Dark Pink Pink ,Color......... to .e II.a system and the children for the) next four

Class 4 Belt lpedmen, named _......... Red O'I..UI' .ISCMIs.
While Improving Your Dancing Class IS Bed specimen, named .,_....... White : .. yean as I have) In the pail.
Class a Beet specimen, named _..... Yellow IsIN
I 7' "I See how easy and inloyablt s CIIII 7 Belt specimen. .._. Puce RoM m
t "rifrtther court*" It it my Class S Collection CIC Throe SINCERE THANKS
Arthur Murray Franchised Dane Varieties ......... ...... one specimen each JUNIORSDimension

Studio. Learn the latest steps Class a Collection a- .......of.._.Three....._..---_. On* Variety (A Junior of Achievement Beauty Reflecting Award Growth will be M. D. (Max) WalkerPaid
-the Twist. Chi-Cha,Khangt I given to the outstanding Junior design)
or brush up on the ones you Age of exhibitor should be show* on entry.
alnitfy! know. Those famous CUM 10 Bert specimen named ..._..._. any color ( Political Advertising)
CUM 1- Small Wonders"
L. j FREE Studio Parties for students A miniature imngement, I" or under,
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art t world of fun, and you' be FLORIBUNDA ..
amazed at how quickly your CUM 11 Bert specimen Cluster, aimed any color "

dancing Improves. VM Arthur POLYANTHA

L.- Murray todiyt, Clan 12 Bert ipectmeii QuaUr, named ... soy eoJoc '

TEA ROSES f E. L. ( Bo) SUBER

CUM 13 Bert specimen Old Fashioned TNliceordln
Arthur Murray Dance Studio to Variety

RAMBLERS AND CLIMBERS
224-6125 Tallahassee, Fla. CUM 14 Bert .pra,. named Bicolor f
C\aIIlS Bert iprey.aamed_Light Pink F-a "
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I'. of(4)his For community the sake of and the nation.church and your child grows spiritually strong to meet the ever-widening horizons and rand
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itaudai or the American Library .) brarle. Every high school and capita Income of 12,899 !
" Too Late per lowed s tadpole, mother, would tile following a vials her with ''
. AsaoctaUoaPublic college student every one concerned spends $11.03 per less, the it kill him I ? I think It might, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11.D. .
apathy b our greatest with any problem that only state that spends than dear But It didn't, mother. i. Woodward Jr. and Mr and
handicap We need to awake calls for research knows the Florida Got a Heeling of
r To glimpse Mrs Fred L. M.,. '
Classify to the Importance of the library Importance of I competent library Even some bottom Incomestates Lucia Porter Scott Smith, Sue Mill Judy Woodw.rdeft Fletcher Company
. to our community and service, not only for our spend considerably more Anne Owen and Susann Wood Monday for Richmond Va, after ,
II By Rouen Bay arouse public support of I program metropolitan areas but alto for per person than Florida Mississippi bery who were home for the visiting her parents, Mr. and
This column Isn't concerned that win live our community our small communities at well with a per capita Income Sister holld.,.. Mrs. R. D. Woodward, Jr. for
with "Thl W-i the Week That and iU dUaens the Show me a community with of $19, spends $30.21 Saw some more politicians In several days. INCCREENSEOBO
W ." It hit to do with. I "weekto kind of library service they arc a good library and I will show a person south Carolina ...lthan the beauty shop t'other day Mr and Mrs. Huston Rogers
be' 'National Library Week entitled to. you a community that 1s going average personal Income of Edwin Baur and that Suber have returned from a visit In!
April 1218. Moat of ui recognize the fact places. Believe it or not, but 1.433 spend $1542, and Ark fella bytheway be sure Birmingham, Ala, with their
While I don't go in for"weeks" that libraries are worth while industries concerned with findIng .n... with $1,448 spends 18.78.. to vote for hJm.Enrythlng ton and wife, Dr. and Mrs
ai a rule, thus one Iran but we have not concerned ourselves a location are as much con California ls near the top in happens next James Rogert.
approve for I am told on with how they are built cerned with adequate library' both, with I per capita Incomeof week the Fat Cattle Show M.... Pit Munroe hit returned -- -
libraries and their Importanceto and maintained. We know that facilities as they are with .a.'180. a per capita expenditure St Sale Tuesday, Wednesday and from a visit In Atlanta with
ui In creating I better world., a email portion of our tax money schools, climatic and living con for higher education of Thursday and then the District her ion In law and daughter
Florida might well stop and goes to their support but ditions. $3548, and one of the lowest 2 Band Festival Friday and errs and Mrs. Randolph Throw-
count 1U change at far at li w" don't know how much and While our universities and registration fees for state ttu- Saturday. U has always beena era They visited .t Jekyll Island -
braries are concerned for po teem unconcerned as to how colleges, our high schools: and dents. great treat to go to the Fat G*. during her visit "West Gadsden's Largest
litical and public apathy have our data compares with the tome grade schools maintain The registration fee and other Cattle Show and also eat some Scott Smith, student at Preslyterlin -
served to place ui In a very poor nation at far at library facilities libraries most of them are un incidentals provide for only of that delicious food the dlT College, South Caro-
light compared with the rest of are concerned. I derstaffed and with Insufficient about 10 per cent of the operation ferent home demonstration Ilea, spent the holidays with
the country, We should be At the present time Florida funds to do the job they are of Florida's universities club In the county serve out her parents, Mr. and Mr, Andrew Source of
shamed to admit It, but the It spending $1.17 per capita on supposed to do. Our Parent Another IS per cent comet from there. Smith. Supply"Building
fact l II there U no library In library service while the national Teachers Associations have been grants and 75 per cent fromthe Well, b>'e-by. for this week I! Mrs. Charles Lester and two .
the date that would be considered average is 1182. For extending a helping hand to general revenue; fund. children of Daytona Beach have
adequate according to the ,really adequate library service rectify the situation but they Breakdown of where the been visiting her mother, lairs
i the American Library Association can't do It alone and until an Florida State University regls-/ Drew iialre.
TERMITESSWARMING recommends 350. aroused public demands that tration goes probably would be Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Shaw, Jr.
Physical facilities of a library Florida be placed on an equal typical also of the other schools. perJOllcr tS and children Sarah and Dick
? should fIt the program of library fooling with the rest of the nation Of the $113 In registration fee attended the traditional Easter
service A library 1s not we must continue to hang Paid by a student In a trimester; egg hunt at the; home of Mr I Materials
lust a building It is a service our heads in shame and admit $63 goes for I matriculation Judy Peacock spent the weekend and Mr*. Frank Shaw in T.U"I'
to the whole community the our deficiency Into the general revenue fund: in Brewton, Ala, with Mr., bases Sunday, I
i student, the researcher, the If you want to help, become The building fee gets $18, health t Tom Daxls. Din George L. Dyer Jr. of ",
average citizen whether his Interest a member of "Friends of the service $13, and student activ Mrs Oscar F. May I II a patient scksonvllle spent Easter boll.I .
is popular fiction or educational Library" Association. Ask ities $10. Of the $18, three dif In Tallahassee Memorial I days with her parent, Mr and
,, ,# and scientific sub local librarian about It. your Join ferent bond Issues get $$ all Hospital. Mrs. Jeff Dsvls. 'I Farm and Builder'sHardware
ea a d" lect.. and do your part to give Florida rated under Gov. Ftrrls Brytnfs Ain 1L II. Mallard has reails.. Paula Lillie, student atChlpola *
I While Floilda has a popula. the library service it deserves $25 million bond Issue turned to her home In )t.lCOtte.nl'r College Marlanna,
lion of nearly five million only floated In 1962. Another $S up I visiting relative here. spent the weekend with l her parnu -
about half of that number have to for$88,000 a year Is allocated sir and Mrs J. Love HutchInson sir and Mrt. J. R Las-
library service available. A CAPITOL payments on an Issue covering daughter Judy Martha lie. Mill Eve EnID of Tills-
lee the sake .f p..,h.wh. Every thoughtful citizen recognizes Halls Kellum and Dorman, May, Carolyn Jetfcott, Ulan house who also attends Chlpols

_the_Importance of 11- LETTERby dnrmltnrt., the.men's TV. _and_..._..women's._._ .. Peacock. Mary Louise Letter pent Friday night with the
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goes: for payment on a $4.1 mil weekend at Mexico Beach. Mr. and Mrs Douglass Brooke
Jerry blackTallahassee I lion Issue made In 1830 to cover' Don and Fred May students
Whether fuelis two other pent Sunday la Panama City,
your Another bombshell ., student center dormitories and a .it Holies School returned to f ollowlng early aervlcet. FertilizersAll
was tossed into the state Jscksonvllle Tuesday after I Mrs Dewey Johnson daughter
: oil or gas Board of Control meeting the crease inetuiUonfcenters around spending the holidays with their Sandra Johnson, Nancy
other day the possibility ofan : the tremendous parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don May Dreher and Mr*. Johnson
Increase in university education cost 01 higher Mrs Annette Bernstein has mother alma J. p. Klmbrough
pit you cannot get a tration feet to students Dr. Gordon 1 returned to New Oilcans after spent the weekend In St. !'.lea a Types
The brief discussion relll-j president Blsckwell, KV, spending several days her with bur,.
bode a consideration of that the stated his position her mother, Mrs. Henry Weln-' Mlis Susanna Fletcher, ttu-
better system than crease whlcb ('Orne.III eaclegislative h be kept a costs low to**student' should berg, Sr. lent at Stetson University, (Shade Tobacco Formulas
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The
1 Mrs Annie Owens U visiting
session The last talent Is pent spring holiday with her
increase of state registration Population scattered among the her ton and wife, Dr. and MrtJ p'rents. Mr and Mrs. Edward
feet was in 1961 when they I Ilnanclll .talus regardless. he of Ui. 11. Owens in Athens, (Ia. for W, Fletcher Her brother Bents Custom Mixed)
were set at $228 I year, mien and without pointed out, iveral weeks. Fletcher who attend LaGrange -
tlbly $1 above the national average. obis human a low cost, valu- Misses trill and Mabel Conrad College, LaGrange G..,
One reason the possibility b. obis resources may not have returned to Pompano opener the weekend with the
to
develop, 10 the slat. Beach Let Us Quote Prices
4jw of sn Increase came up becomes the loser ? following a visit with amlly.
human
relatives.
was that several other ..rellh.ve retouroet,
been considering such In Blaikwell Scott Gregory has returnedto The 3.12 acre Florid. Slate
creases. called the Junior/ Kichmond, V't., after spending
Ins stove from I lit college system Exhibit ute at the N.w'ork
et, Buckeye Model E .J'-- At present, the Florida university step in the I tremendous spring holidays with hit Wa'ld's Fair (11W4-8JI required
right
Ollflred Curing System, registration fee Is a allows students to direction study .',hom at it parents, Mr. and Mrs. llarbertMr. more than 900 pilings ringing Fertilize rand lime I
below the national median for Grelor *
rT without the extra i in length from 60 to 90 feat to
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public institutions of $288Figures living away and Mrs. Randall Kin establish firm foundations for I
( are from the U. 8. Department raid Jr. of Bristol, Tenn spent buildings on the bank of M..-
of Health, Education QUA.wsalrido Culpepper, board the holidays with their psrents doss Lake
and Welfare). the cautioned that Mr. and Mrt. Hit Fletcher and
The tuition however, 1 to no be MHitrMion to get fee too "ahouldn't Dr. and Mrt R. R. Klnctld. The Florida State Exhibit al Spreader Service
flowed fir
necessarily related to bow rich in relation out of Mr. and Mrs Bill 11111 and the New'ork Worlds Fair
:.17 I Is a state Rich California, for dents' to the arts two ton of Montgomery Als. )198105will have the only
capacity
example charges a registration to pay. Cul- have been vltlllng her parentt, lock of flamlngoa outside U
of $178 a year for the University students pepper pointed out that to som Dr. and Mrs. T, W. QrUfln.Mr the Sunshine blue,
Rugged Portable, llliclfnt of Calolornla at Los Angeles dilference$50 In could the make all the Edgar Barnett spent the I
natural or propint gas The University of Texat *SU reiterates world.this weekend In Si. Petersburg with The Florida Alcoholic Rehallltttlon Irrigation Supplies
Ideal for dark curt, cigar charges $138 a year. The University basis of the number on the ; her son and daughter In lad """', Program etttmatei
leaf and burley type, of New Hsmpshlrecharges dents who apply for loans oi I Mr. and Mrs. Edgar BirnettMrs. that only about three per rent
$392 to state studenand ts who seek >"'""!. an ; Jsnvrs J. Lov has been of alcoholics In the U, 8. ire
the University of Oklahoma Official say that employment visiting relatives In liennet ts' 'skid row" types, dispelling the I Permanent Overhead
any uiire..,
$210.Florida's. In tuition vllle, 8. C. She accompanied old attitude that all alcoholics
Cenulnt Buckeye System ind Puts Available 'from automatically closes
Mrs. J. D. Warner who visited
per-caplta expend. the doors to are burnt,
lure for state Institutions of 01 I cerutll number' her relatives In Bparttnburg i

Hydro Gas Corporation higher lesrnlng 1962 wts the eWdenta and Lancaster, S, C Experience U rarely valu.d'' Systems, Pipe, Plumbingand
second Ed at Davidson
lowest in the Mtlon, Rude, student by those who need It most
'spending $11.73 per person. Cal College, In North Carolina I

Quincy Florida ifornia spent $3948, Utah $41.. spent the holiday with Three of a kind: Golfers, Water/ Systems
48, and Alaska $4151. hit parents Mr and Mrs. Carl fishermen and proud parent
Two of the richest stttet AROUND Rude. :.
North Florida Gas Corporation spent three times as much per Mr, and Mrs. Douglass Drool
person as Florida Delaware,. have returned from a visit in
with a per capita Income of The Vero Beach with her brother, Ralston Purina
112 Cast Washington St ... .? $3,013, spend-130,per person, .QUAKE Grave WUholt and wife SEPTIC *
and Nevada, with an Income of Lt. and Mrt. Edward Wood-
Quincy, Florida $3,003, spends $31.99. bery of Augusta, Ga. spent the
Connf'Ct-1 s, gelae Easier weekend with their TANKSINSTALLED
icut, on the other band parents
Mr. and Mr., Edward B Feeds
Woodbery and Mr and Mrs -
-- J. T. Davit.
Mr, end Mrt. II 8. McCtll
The white and pink auteat had at weekend guests their
t and dogwood trees planted on ton, Thomas McCtll, student ..1rsu. -
the Courthouse Square certainly Custom Feed
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look nice understand the Mr. and) Mr. E. 0. Bernie of SALE *
Quincy Garden Club Is responsible. Griffin Ga. spent several day
And have you noticed recently with her brother In I -
the dogwood trees planted along law and deter, Mr, and M
U. 8. 90 west of Quincy The W. W Mci'herton. n.he
city furnished the trees and the Mrs, A. J. Phillips spent t Milling
Garden Club did the planting weekend In Death, Als. withreUUvn.
Another registration story .
Jean asked a man Miss Rude McMillan, student
dlt If he had been Or'nutIn" the I at Convene College, Spartan- 1R'
U.8.A.! "No'ra. Don't beu.lYel burg S. C, spent the weekend
Sawdust U considered part of with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. r Insecticides
the United States." Sam B. McMillan.. Suttnn Wood-,
Politic are also waging bevy, Martha Bell and Betty i
strong at FSU. Was driving Aim Stwlfer Joined *ul. and 627.6851
around the campus last Saturday her parents at Panama City I
and noticed all the campaign Beach Friday. I
posters la lid, the Dr. and Mrs. Pst Woodward EARL LODGE I. G. A. Food Store
front of the Sweet Shop was end son Pst Munroe Wood 1
so covered It was almost Impossible ward have returned to Oalne.,
to find the entrance ,I
While over st Tallahassee we
visited the Junior Museum I r- VOTE FOR
Now that was a trest For years'' --* --
I've been hearing about Mynah
birds and bow they talk. Well, r
i they do. At we entered one of Boyd LeonardFOR
+oF et the buildings we were greeted
with "llow're you?" followed --
by a wolf whittle. Then ",u,1 FOR Tobacco FarmSupplies
Joel" It turned out to be e'' '
Mynah bird. i J' .N COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
We wandered around and '
looked at the century-old farm
buildings and remarked 'bout
District 1
how Interesting F
everything was
y 4 -Ia1 K but down deep I wss thinking ,; r My a
1 bow lucky I tra. I don i'' Gadidtn County
have to spin or weave cloth (County Wide)
chop wood milk the cow. I
Well :we saw the other yt r Your Vet and Support
extreme Killtarn N WIn .. Appreciate

The.use is only tile descriptive.._ Gardell"l' Our SpecialtyFLETCIIER i

Season-long weed control from one Atrazine spray lout.Overheard" If Paid Political Ad,J 1



Atrtzlne 80W herbicide Is an eaty one die And Afrtxlne stays to pick off later* I
weed control "pUn" for com that germinating" weeds, right up to harvest
spray ends competition from annual Simailne lor .bte-gtrmiiullnf. weed* i ,

broadleaf weeds and the Simajlne atW herbMde hat character. Thank You -- #--
sue aeeson. h work efliclemly and PfOIIrIflcllhotc erica N noetUlty effective mcartooning .
itably, reducing or even eliminating me certain' Wend. In com. Ming I
need for eoliK-anon and promoting less soluble than Alrs/ine.remains mar II
higher yields the toil twite for (cnfer' periods. Ttwtmakes I am sincerely and humbly grateful to I
Y1eIdI boosted by wly cowed N wteful on sandy soil ind where you, the people of our Ninth Congressional' i

Three years of Intensive field study by late, shallow" g nnMtUn| grawn atcrabgrau District, for having allowed IN to seek r*.

Meoendent ...-dI- prove thai by ill pankwm and barnyard election at your Congressman without opoo
ConttolUnf weeds during the tine Ihree grass at a mtior piebleni. SimaiinesnovU ution.
week of com growth as many at *! be applied al plMl Mig or after !
toe can be added W comMeht pUnting but before weeds emerge. '
bushels pe I pax5g ) to continue my every effort to
When Atrazme a) IPP''.... broe6Don't let weed and Passes rob your and ,
the at or inntrop of awMure and 101I"nutrlerMt. t>4 represent you honestly coriecleMlowty,
bands over row%
Cass or In ,
mediately after ptantmti t you gel t chit year On Alrazlne or$insutnaearly giving full'' time to the duties of this high cf-

control. control thai continues Geigy* jrfcm*.j| OwMjksOvWM of face which you has entrusted to me. I '
right on tfvoufh to harvest Ceigy Chemical/ CorporaM Saw test. humbly ink your continued gukUnc "d COMPANY INC.
How Asraone womb liver lowt Asdaf'V K Y. fptWOtt counsel to, that by working together, wt can !
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tilnfafl or sKallow cultivation move help to build greater America.

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FACE. _.TEN OADSDEN COUNTY TIMES. QUINCT, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL t 1M4 .
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of in- shall know Indeed that the a "natural" combination building
"the antiquity we
tie of It In proportion to waste beard -
tit.. iquity," "the eloquence of act*," Kingdom it within us, not in and decorating material
I Choosing a --11 Uit poor man' divorce" men the noisy selfish world of things

THE On the subject of beef, which H limply walking out of their about u* Then we shall know, CUBANS! REPLACEDMore
hornet and disappearing to escape -even at we are known! than 1,000 Cuban worker .
has been getting quit a pity
FARM In the national new, I noted their duties ti husbandand "The children will be happy have been fired from the
one report about I complaint inCongress father and many more He and wonderful and shall be Guantanamo naval base, and
that there have beenno loved a bit of cornineM and, reverent toward life! The un-
has ordered United
FRONT I signs of lower prices In with tongue In cheek, liked to happy thing which fill this the Navy
Vsihlngton retail market during I least the psychiatrist or paychologltt issue shall be no more State sailors to replace them.
remain less than this
There
"BY DOYLE CONNER the period of sharply lower though sometime be God bless him.INCREASING .
number of Cuban worker employed -
cattle quotationsNevertheless went at them with i atlnglng
COMMISSIONERFLORIDA pen at well.' There was not a IMPORTANCEOF .
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE I've noted more I more widely read man In the WOOD IN BUILDING The United States has made
in food trade
one report
thin. State He knew many subjects arrangement to build a SIO-
publication of fine chain store and an evening' conversationwith Wood will be Increasingly important 000,000 permanent water desalting -

Dr rrsifi.allon and expansion cooperation In an effort to move the Judge would range In the future a* a construction plant to convert seawater
the food burdensome beef supplies over a wide field. into fresh water, making
11. o been leading big re- to start putting departments decorating material .
U,l food store deeper and Into filling stations Latest to come to my attention 'f' ,. I In the last Issue of his little National and Lumber Manufacturers it Independent of Cuban water
which the
Denver chain ,
was a
6. per Into other lines of burIn That the opinion of CharlesA pamphlet, "Somebody' Boy," Association reports,
beef ssl
a-million-pound
than foods Jr. vice president ofcentral rill a Asking the question 1* much
:$ foster, published for a long time by the trend In
In March. In after observing
ale double-page
[ easier than finding the right
division marketing for '. the National Juvenile Court .
aide kitchen hardw xi construction Reason I
Beauty newspaper ads featuring 73 beefterns r new house .
and soft Shell OH company expressed Foundation and taken over by Wood 1 of prime importance answer
; r appliances goods and seven home freezer I : *
,, clothing etc.I I, at a recent meeting of salts tIled the Florida Juvenile Court a structural element
It t '\ ;In runs : pedals, It was "Every rh II
elr'' and cosmetics: and even executives In ClevelandAccording beef Item In this ad 1* reduced Foundation when It was organized for walls, ceilings, and I
to Mr. Foster, the he described some of the saes'I
anudre,!, (zc lubricating oil ando \ floors, and for other applications
t ..cr automotive supplies are oil Industry I I. eyeing the desirability ills of modern life and philosophized where It provides economical -
So, It 1* obviously not true
of adding non-auto on the remendy for construction and in-
In t few ot the things In to- that ALL the chains have neglected easy
da supermarket which you motive merchandise and some them. stallation. With the trend of
to give
consumer a
wouldnt have found In the trials with non-perumablt foods break on lower beef prices while He said In part: "Each day bringing the outside Indoors by
"grocery store" your mother already have been made "with cattle prices are down. But It see the point of Interdependence extensive use of glass, architecture '
tided to patronize varying degree of succe .." does that cooperation Increased We become demands the use of materials
O K i spokesman for A* reported by Fairchild of retailers appear II readily dally more dependent on each that are natural looking,
tajs more
one of the big oil companies, News Service, Mr. Foster Indicated -forthcoming In closely other on the group The Game easy to care for, and create a
area associated -
but if the trend continues with widespread studies are with the cattle indus [In choosing a eat you must decide first If you prefer a kitten! er a II complex! hard, rather merciless warm and friendly atmosphere
being conducted lie noted one Lives are baffled, and Wood' natural beauty and ability
more automotive Items being cat Kittens are lovable and Playful They are easy to hover -I
added, the oil Industry II going chain of stations In Florida has try.The break,and keep themselves neat and cfean.A grown cat it dignified frustrated The suicide rat to harmonize and comple-
been offering food staple item Denver sale was In re- and quiet,and likely already hounebrokfn.However,he may base lowly mounts The hospitalsfor ment other materials makes It
st bargain rate to attract cut ponse to a plea from the Colorado Jifflculty in adjusting to a new home, Helping him: learn to live the Insane are more and
timer Cattle feeder Association bappilv in new turroundlnra requires pstienr and understanding. more over-crowded Our charity
for help in moving an oversupply According i to authorities at the Purina Cat Car Center. filament hospitals and Institutionsare NORTH FLORIDA GAS CORP.
READY MIX Chet Huntley, who report of fed caWe.I are the most popular of all purebreds. Agile, gay and friendly, over-taxed The Game i*
the New York half of the well- the SlHmcse art the I world. Siamese can be hard"
known Huntley.Brinkley TV I Also trying to give tome trained to retrieve or walk on a lea.h They art distinctive in lie went on "We can changethe MOTOR FUEL BUTANE & PROPANE GAS

CONCRETECONCRETE newscasts Is l lending< his nameto help! In the beef situation lathe tppenranct with alanUd,vivid blue eyes and a velvety mask across rule! legislation) and still
a Dew brand of beef u 8. Department of Agriculture the face.The logs and tail are the same color t*the mask and this the smart players win. Twaa S Got Ranges Prepare It BetterS .
According to SupermarketNews coloration U called "points" Siamese with fawn-colored bodies thus. Good Will
ever Only
which announced organized
recently Water Heater
the claim It made that' and chocolate-brown masks,legs and tall are called "seal points. '
its Initial of good will on the part -
purchase '
the beef being marketed under'choice: grade frozen ground tailed III.melle"blue with grayish" -white bodies,blue masks,kg and tail art of the smart player, tin ease j Thermolairet! & ; 4..,'

his label has I higher protein beef and boneless roast for distribution points. the hardness and street of the Dearborn Cat Heater .
content and less tit than "or to School and other game. Have YOU rich endow
dlnary beef." eligible Institution menta of Intelligence! and abtlItyT Nonje Washer
Three food chains with The richer the s
some Antique Show YOUTH ASKS endowmentthe
Accepted bid from I
BLOCK 100 stores in the Metropolitan were heavier the responsibility RCA Whirlpool Dryer ,
packer 28 carloads
New York area will bt telling on (21,000 Only the spirit of Christian GIld'
ScheduledAt RCA
Sale and Challenge Whirlpool
pounds to the tar) for a total Foe a Fellh a
the Huntley brand. According of 858,000 pounds at s cost of Good Examples and Good Explanaliont Stewardship can save people COOK WITH GAS
to Hunlley, a Stockton, New Sue 1 Known Limit Of him who has received much, Nora Refrigerators
approximately $328,000 Museum
Jr.
Jersey rancher, his 'super.beef" much Is required. 'Noble_
ADd
esuful bids ranged from SIMent and Consistency 24 HOUR DELIVERY TRUCKS RADIO EQUIPPED
Oakland Concrete cattle arc fed to choice I. Heard oblige' I* not an empty phrase; -
to 80.48 cents Te
Products and prime grades on a mixtureof Twenty-three* bid per pound.offered An Antique Show and Sale It la a caving grace. When Man 112 E. Washington Street QuIncy. Florida
Company were -
natural grasses and com 1 for total of will be held April I, 4, and 5at Br Dorothy B. Alexander strive to tee how much he can
a
4,305,000
Allen Bottlck and Grill only while producing pound with bid at 78Vi the Tallahassee Junior Museum Publications Bptclallat do for other, not himself, the Telephone 627-6034
John Thomson high protein meat, result In t cents a pound.top located on Lake Bradfordnear Florida DlTlaloa el will come the Golden Bra. Then
I tough animal, he comments, the Municipal Airport in Child Training School I .
Phone MAbs Moil whereas corn feeding produce State from which shipments Tallahassee.
tasty, tender meat but too litNOTICE will be made and number of dealers Two years ago on March 23 i
-. .- .- .. carloads: California, 4; Colorado Nearly a down antique Florida lost by death one of I
I 2, Iowa, 2: Kansas, 5; from Georgia, Florida, and her greatest cltlirnt, Judge Walter -
Minnesota 4; Nebraska, 6. Oklahoma ::1 Alabama will display furniture, Scott CrUwtll of Jacksonville RE-ELECT '
silver and
one; Texas, 2; Washington china, glassware of, the In and, In his death, Florida,
one; and Wisconsin 2. other memento past buildings wayward and neglected children
the four main museum -
lost their best rlend. I "
exhibited
and everything
Father of County 'will be for sale. The work in which I have
been engaged for torn yean

SEALED BIDS Resident Dies .served Lunch during and the supper show will week be makes Including partially my present a custodian work,I W. M."Bill" (
me
end In a small circus tent, to I
of his work Each a*, .
Will be received by Mrs. W. G. Butler P O nard Annls, t retired em I.be Show erected hour on will the ground be from 10 long a* I live 1 stall,year on that I

Box 826 Havana. Florida 32333 on the following plo).. of the AtUpuIgu Clay '.m. to 8 pm. on April I and day, do honor to him in wbatt'.1 "

described real estate: Co., passed away at the Brad-afternoon -:4 and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on er HI way highest I can.experience have I ;j1 ;
enton Rest Home, Ssturday I April S.
become pattern for succeeding
S 1/2 of S 1/2 Lot. 1.8 on and according A $1.00 donation will be asked generation; his idea have, ,
The funeral service wu held for admission to the main been assimilated by the beet of'
to the original plat or map of the Town Sunday afternoon at the Crlf- buildings during the event, but Florida juvenile court pudg-, lit!

of Quln y. Florida, except a 10 ft. alley- ftn-Cllne Funeral Chapel at the free admission policy to ei, the various Institutes for I
ISO: pm. The Rev. J. Cruder the Museum grounds will remain training newly-elected juvenile
way on west end thereof. Inman, pastor of the Ellenton In effect Big Bend farm, court judge go on: his forum
Methodist Church conductedthe the 1880's West Florid restoration for law students wherein
Located at Corner of Jacksonand service and the church choir the commissary, the nature they art taught the juvenile
furnished the mui'e Interment trail, and animal exhibitsare court law philosophy and INMAN'YOUR
Franklin Streets was yesterday In Hope, Indiana. located on the grounds The cedure continue; and the pro-I
Annls 1 survived by
Mr *
money raised I by b.hll. ida Juvenile Court .
three daughters and one son: the' show and sale will .of which he was the moving
ACROSS FROM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Dan Grubb, Mt Pleasant, to help operate and maintainthe it lives on to do the work he
Mr. J. R "Fischer Ellenton and Museum and Its primary hoped It would.

BIDS WILL BE OPENED AT SITE -?, Mn.,'N. B, Ores, Port St. Joe; purpose of enhancing the educational I never knew happier. ror*. ,-- -
C R. Annis. Atlanta'Oa.i fourteen and cultural develop-
OF PROPERTY AT 2:30 P.M. UL He savored every moment
grandchildren and thirty ment of children in this area of of life Judge Crl.wellleit that
ON APRIL 14 1964. one great grandchildren. the South. the answer to the riddle of life I

FEUD Dealer who will participateare was a Power outside the earth
ALL BIDS SHALL BE FOR CASH. NO : The House of Antique, but very present in it and ont I

THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO .REJECT A close associate of Attorney Tlfton, Ga.; Mr. G. Austin which had rrrated and ruled '
aid Smith, Mobile Ala., Russell It. And he loved God with all
General Kennedy report
ANY AND ALL BIDS. ef a feud between Kennedy aniPresident Darling, Orlando; Wagon Wheel hit mind and strength and I REPRESENTATIVE
Antiques, Albany, Ga.; Mrs J. heart He found the answer to
Johnson are just I
MRS. W. G. BUTLERP. lily." S. Kendrick, Vsldo.lt, Ga; the to-called riddle of life to I
Report of a rift have engrossed Blackwell House Antiques, Live be the good life It alone It
official Washington In Oak; W. Malcolm Perry, Leslie. durable, he laid
O. Box 826 He felt that the good life
wake of a robust drive to getKennedy's Gt; The Book and Gift Shop re-. TO THELEGISLATURE
qulret the exercise of the !
written In at Antiques, Albany, Ga; and qua
HAVANA FLORIDA I Johnson running name mat In the Nawcomb Antique, Albany. Ides of ilmpllclty, humility, tolerance l.
kindness
helpfulness
Ca.
I
election.
November and Idealism and that H requires
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joy in living and a love i
of beauty In nature and IJI
character Judge CrUwell hi d
these qualities and t love fall a I
CHEVY by ChevroletHow these things. Hit tolerance
tolerance of people, not e
evil, wa* great Hit humor wi

to get from it all the cost of travel delightful.
away including high I lily--phrase will long 1M 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE LEGISLA-


A Chary Station Wagon lst.bewqtol"Ctht ta:+are fink.And now that It'b Trade'N'1'nm1

dots family then and back on a man vacation sam a sr Tim at your ChtmoJctdea1cr'*,you'll never find RE ELECTWILLIAM TURE serving as chairman of the important -

budget.You get;78 elL ft.of cargo space Tot lee* a better tim to buy a Chevy 1L Thert'a a wide1flUDEITTlJlVDi

than you'd pay for moot aodan*.You get money : range of engine and transminlona to choose D.

saving, euy- are featuroa too.And you'll go to TIME J from.And whatever you pick you can be van Agricultural Committee for 10 years!

fat between gas itopt you'll think we bolt in I you'll always get; a good run for your money. "BILL"

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CADSDEV COUNTY TIMES QtTNO n.OniDTIimSDW: APRIL ?, 1M4 PACE: ELLVIN:





.a FINEST BEEF SOLD do at OXINQAEA t1....l tear.

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TilE HISTORIC ROLL

ANVWH QUANTITY RIGHTSRtStRVtO American Or MARKETSTh tucctM story

ERE. PRICfS GOOD THRU can be ch rct. rlMt as the triumph -
marksIn
of expanding
:;i APRIL 4TH

1 .i ; ............................................. .. ..11.ceP.. ....,........._........INa whit i cllmlo hn' o happened( frerdom la That AmorUi I*.
And It ran keep.ll "Ipp.n.In
:::. Op0 RtS The lull story wn told In
1i. ..-...: a a thorough and scholarly ads
.u: F3iia i s ur.i: dim by Dr lm..t L. WUkln.on .
recently pmldent of Brig*
W-D Brand Naturally Tender ham Young I'nlvtnlly and prex
REG. $9< GR "A" FROZEN FRYER (with ribs) ently I rindldito for U S. txn.lor .
In Utih Tho add .. wan
Breast. 49xREG given at Freedom Forum XXV
h recently and It ttrurk the key.
S9. GR "A" QUICK FROZEN FRYER + S'.y Mi not* for the study of Mirketl
BEEF In Amerloii Future'during
Thighs. 49i the thrre-day aemlnar
ginning with Adam Smith'sWealth
REG. 5f *f NalUni that other
< GR 'A" QUICK FROZEN FRYER ;
t CHUCK dtrlaraltnn of 1779 an eco.
nomle one) and coming on down
DrumSTICKS- u 49xREG. ,w A Roast LB,481Filets. to the present 1>1'. WUklnnon

39 PERCH outlined md development the Impreulv of the growl Amer.l

Inn economy That big story,
La 29x ROUND IONI SHOULDER In Adam Smith word la
I. charactertied by the extant' of
it .:I! Roast. u.581 I the labor being determined by
wi1f'JAR291 the 'extent of the market"
This truth Dr Wilkinson point
rd out. It by now almost at aelf
FROSTY MORN evident aa the truth that pnllt.Ically .

SAUSA tNEYGlb. 49c SMALL, TENDER Roast. 1..581c'fit7cii. equal and all mm endowed were with mated h.

unalienable rights nt.I,., lib

: Smoked PICNICS 0 I BEEF SHORT arty I.and...pursuit Kind of., happlneia RUhla

.
Dr. Wilkinson said: "Our pa teloquently
teetlflei, of the mi
Ribs .u38' clal Importance of expanding
HALF OR n.t mark .. Our prewtit provides
WHOLE t evidence of the fruits of n.
SLICED ANo Y 28 FRESH GROUND DAILY REG. 41 pending m rkU. Our future,
Florida All Whit ; aa well ai that of perhapa the
LI3 entire free world hinges II Iismell
Gr. Beef
39x
SUPERBRAND LI,3 3 ; ESLq j LB' re..,"" degree we are upi In"enoouragln bow wee

Grade "A" Fresh Fla. I. I the eipanalm of tnmorrowe
mark...." That la why he b*.
llevea we must be ai diligent
Med. Eggs In protecting the forces Identi*
fled with expanding market a*
we. are In curing the rlhu
that are eonildered unalienable
by the Declaration of Inde
++, rr : tendance, Both aeU of rlgbta
2D0L79, .FROZEN'FdOOJ le ..Id. are but two tide _
1'LE' economic and polttlral of
.i ,v the same coin.Ai .
growth and ehangea ...
landed out Internal end ex.ernal .
: trade, the entrepreneurram
S MORTON ChlclA bad, Turkey Horn. Sallibufy. Meat Uo forth along with __I.r.
: T sting capital formation Our
Dinners 2 FOR 79x Korkefellert and Ford ha..
been fre to ua their genius
and serve the new market re*
._.. _.. MORTON FROZEN Apt>l.. CNtrv.II, Coconut qulrmenta, combining men,
SHOWBOAT management, and eepMal. Wll

WITH THIS COUTOH AND PUHCHASg Pork & Beans ICE MILK Fruit Pies JF;=:yS1. to Ingnea experiment to adopt was new amply Ideat and re*

t ..... .\eerN mTIO..IA wanted TAU expanalon, he (x*
Haddock Dinners Save 5< No. 300 Can t; SOUTHERN BELL DEVILED plained' "hae plied great .m-
ihaila on Indlvlduallam and
_.TNw AMIL Asa Crab wrtnnal aohlevement, has In.culcated .
AT ANY WINN-DIXII I2-GAL, Crabs 5 P 89 a belief progress
an'
71 S 5 ? 2 CTNS. 7 9 ? g and couraged eipcnelun a spirit, of: function hat en*

slum that has led to o reduc.tlon .
In th*cost of gMVng thing
)( II W limit :3 with $S. order or more j THRIFTY MAID AU. FLAVORS done.**
:::J.:
'S0 E dXGreu Sbm Irene Ce.irutaA
>; wllllngneM to take rlaka I I.
WITH THIS CXJUI'OIi' NfO I'\.IIOWI f1I J'I' th* dlailniulahlng dWerenrollMl
.... Lars Dr WlikiBJon on in our
American Way and the tradt
Chopped Steaks SAVE 5< EACH ASTOR FRUIT .: llnnil _let". "UU1 wonder.
Taw Ae\N 41N that th* societies. whose mar.Seta
., AT7. WINN-DIXI[ / {S are the tame today .*
72 d ( Cocktail. 5 303 1. they were 'tltem", whole la.
tong ,illtutlon sure that aoclatyt
work would be don each day
very much a* wu don la the
pt, whose mure dltoourne
J".1... SAVE 5< EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE entrepreneurial activity, WhOM
50 Exba:':Greea Stamps Magnant marketa iMwa little
WITH THIS COUPON' AND PUCHASI f1I 303 ffpportunlty for capital forma
Sauce 2 25 I. lion, provide decade after dec.
aOeISIHaI CatarTPizza Cons ads and eentuiy alter century
Pies only a bar eiletane* for the
I HUM of their populaUonn.*
Ooo.Ta.a Ae.s" atrl SAVE 6< EACH DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT He la able U> draw some fee
AT ANY WINN.DIXII CAULIFLOWER markabl eon"..... fie lids S3
711 .il
nation, 1"011'Ie", Egypt,
Drink. 4 46.c=. Greece, Turkey, and th* I'hII-
c0" ( n**, In which the *lu* of
LARGE all f gnud. produced U each duel
not come up to th* I.... bile

=-50 Extraa Greea Stamp SAVE S, EACH MORTON HOUSE (WITH BEANS) SNOWHAD 29 .lion|IrA. of year General In I**Motor*, the tale()M

WITH THIS COUPON AND flgur* U larger than the Mil
1 ,.. ....... HOW".JOHNSON 15-oz. WH ITE ONI" of many highly developed
Coconut Cake Chili 5 Cons $1 nation, Including Belgium,Den
Kwedea.
_.,...., nark or
Aran 4tH IWUT, JUICY FLORIDA HevlDanger ... ('_..lItI..
AT ANY WINN.DIXII from Sushi Not .If
74 SAVE 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH SALAD Oranges 2i eao 98 we recapture the spirit of .<|.
venture amt fre* enterprise and
.TINDCR keep on the charted eourte,

w Dressing QUART zy Pole Beans 229WISH / rlallant rather' than The degenerct.avwage Into Rirsianrarmn to.

E>
IwiTH THIS COUPON AND PUP.CHASI OF SAVE IVit EACH. DEL MONTEOtSUp WISH, CRISP lOliRfi parsons tampered with UiAmerkwe *
w
farmer. S7 ..
N. SAT ) Lettuce 2 >*. 39 penonWHh
-
NaT'Tana I ? thl ofMMrtaoft w*
Light 14-01, should remember the year lie]
-T....A_.'" S I JL Bon*s Mm es the er when th* free farm
71 7 AT ANY WINM-DIXIC ...1 W ere amhorilartan ai America goveromsislorh.me rejectedan

for the *an feel *( the
produciMMi.. W wheat, wW...
dffvlel Stasis cam to America
r pleading fair wheat...,.,.... ..
,.' w x\ feed H* population; he sold
50 Extra .w:Green Stamp i "If w* are auteeteful I* our
WITH THIS COUPON' AND PU CKASCraeki & f1I ,.a tuk of preserving these right

.,,... 13 / l and we will pollueal blunt challenge both. Ute econoral of *.......

EHII i=. I munltrn W* will tC'-'
avrgenolng *
1
a**Taw
rising standard of living and
AT ANY WINN-DIXtt .e will ...", pI.I1. U tho. .
straggling ..'IGM how aeektag
I* pre-We ihelr/ people with a

.sifte4 ILUI ., WHITI AllOW IMPROVED TIDE ASTOR VACUUM PACK CHASI ft fANiORMCOFFEE .hope,....for whim a. be'lef both tomerrow*.. seer, a*

FLOUR eeunoml ./n_. u wn. a*
so E1ltrad CGreeA Slaps BEST DETERGENT j DETERGENT J; COFFEE "1'Clllt'1Ot." and blaring *f free.

WITH THIS COUPON A** PWCMAS1ConT'OiToleo a Bog Z Saw iii Gxmt Box i Soy 2U Giant Bern | Sow 1 10< UJb Con = Sow 1 14d UJb Cm
'wwr Dun ACE
i '"'"141..1 JehneoA want


17 AT MO ANY TMH/MN-;:oSov410'9 I s 48 I i 58 I 59 I I i 69 I aid Concrete I" tram.on....younger poverty to II to lower 17 a to ehnc*in give*a draft*year mir t..


Pts+e.v Self Raw ; Nn M ,.,.. D.N. Iul j tics t > "th IV ..dw __ Is New ..., Open Cn { tn New le-f Ope- tan port eertlirr. an ."11I1&1 Kwrt r*.

r r S t tI Th* apprtnUmaiely 500000
> iw; win fall UM Armyt fenertj(
iMtirWatkN led earn year
'.l.lY will be give a inane* te enter


The Smart Place To Bo... / /' Wood Things To Eat I Illeaal petUI Khool Dofjl<,our edoeatloMl carry where.e*-. your they and earner will.take..la..


tin glov* empa ant .f you,
1: li ? N N', the fwinaula Motor Club,
AAA advises. Exce alv* told,
hC Md duet ass damjg* both
f u..er* u4 W.
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West Jefferson Street Paopl. rarly, gel sari with
anybody who says good thing
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All Good Sliced Breakfast ---- "

BACON 2 Pkq.Lb. 89c 1

Morton' Quick Frozen Del'' Slab
Chicken Turkey or Beef
Pot Pies 19c Baion lb. 39(


"Super-Right" Shoulder An White Salt

I Roast ib. 59c Meat lb. 29c .



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AdP Pure '
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INSTANT COFFEE 6J z. 89c


AdP Yaum Can .... .. : ..::,:.,.,.,
f Grind Any 1 Can Lb. 79c .r 1

Garden Queen > Queen Size
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lii> :RtS :: "" :

PLAID iRO--ii' PLAID 1 GARDEN HOSEu. : r; T. V. TABLES
STAMPS i STAMPS e I
I With thin coupon end purehu of I With thin eoupu end purehuo ol J 50 Ft. (s ''Co
S-1 Lb.Cora Ctni.OU Ann Pu 41 Stlidt For Only ., ea. 8 9 cMargarine
49c Tea Bags 69c s:
J-4-4. Coupon good thra April I 7.41. Coupon .004 thru April Iii."

t.... = ._.-...Ir1'' _'!'!: 1 1r'5 /I
--- -- -u------------------- A-P FANCY.GRADE A FRESH GREEN HARDHEADHHIIKHK

: =tKStNilt[: -1 :
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PTAI1> PLAID ii1
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1 STAMPS STAMPS : .
M With thin coupon end purehuo of = thin eoupon end purohu. 01 ''
1 Lb., 1 Oi. Rlnt Jino PirkorOrinf 1, =II"I- 1 Lk. CUll of Gilo* Heel, i
or Lemon
Chiffon Cake 59c Dog Food 99c II 3' : ,;wwtiti;
J-4-4. Coupon food thr* April I +L Coupon food thru AprU I I ;YSY yv 'J
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L .:. !".r.It .-,...-. ,, ;

uaiTiiut 0 01 i'sn PLAID l r-: ;= PLAID 1

STAMPS STAMPS
R'Ith thin coupon end purobuo of I With thli coupon nod purrhuo o( ".1
I1 Lb. CIM Aa r VarietyAnn
BotUo ol 100 PiU KellevorBuiierln I Pat*
Baked Beans 79c i jJ
-/-1. Coupon food then April I I I+L Coupon food thra April I I Fresh Tender

Jergen'i Lotion Sore 20c 0 Fabric Soitner Rinse t Sore 5c! i'fjpp' > T-.w.-.w.w .w gj :B p*:". .Lflj POLE BEANS 2 lbS. 25c
SOAP S Reg. Ban 35c STA-PUF Qt. Bottle 49c ,, ;
All Purpose Cleaner Save lOc lergen't With Free Dispenser" Crisp Large HeadLETTUCE
AJAX 28 Oz. Bottle 61c LOTION 6Sc
(!4vXt7 Head 19cCollf.
Laundry Detergent Woodbury Hand Sore SOc
SURF Large 26c Gt. 64e HAND LOTION 10 Oz. BO. 5Sc .
Sta-Flo Save 15c Lustre Cream Special
Lifebuoy SPRAY STARCH Sore 16 Oz Can 59c Halo SPRAY Sore NET 9c 14 Oz. Con $1.09 LEMONS 6 f for 19c

SHAMPOO 3V& Oz. BtL 60c
SOAP Reg. Bar lOc Fresh Crisp

Our Own 8c Off Deal E.lbeck Plain or Self-Rising Our Own CARROTS Bag 19c

TEA BAGS .n,40c MEAL 3 29c
: Bag ire Oalr PtatStam
TEA BAGS Gat f jee Gilts futft
White House Evaporated .. .
Ann Page Tomato w.r.AY/11C a PKr t I co. .n..t

SOUP 31029c MILK Carton 79c e t t t

64 Count 4ft C
Ann Page TomatoKETCHUP Dally Fish Meat or Liver Flavor Box

2 Bottles 37 DOG FOOD 3' Q 25c Prices In this advertisement Saturday. April are 4.good through


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LEACH IN PLASTIC *


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V 3lb, I
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Real savings will appear 1.k; .... I
purchase made in your IGA S.I'I
this week. Compare the many q'o I IT
product Inthi.ad and yourself (
1'tIa1; IGA does have th..loor prices.
:
,
n d. to your food budget %
by paying ui a visit! We are certain
your IGA shopping experience will be
.most satisfying.

y'.
DEL MONTE
DEL MONTE DEL MONTE
CREAM STYLE
ya1iv&r EARLY GARDEN SEEDLESS
(GOLDEN)
, BLACKBURN DIXIE BELLECRACKERS PEA S CORN RAISINS

SYRUP
2 303 39 2 2ge Ia4..
c. :. Pka. 29c

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Nab 3ge I-Ib. 1ge -:
I Fkg.'

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DEL MONTE FRUITCOCKTAIL

2 Cane 4ge \
DON'T MISS THESE NINE CENT VALUESCAMPBELL'S
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DEL MONTE YELLOW CLING
TOMATO SOUP Can 9e
BUSH PEACHES Halveeor 3 No.2k 8ge
TURNIP or COLLARD GREENS :. 9c Slice Ca"'
MAYTtELD
YELLOW CORN Con 303 9c DEL MONTE CRUSHED

IGA BRAND t, 300 PINEAPPLE 3 N.Caa.. 8ge
-9c n
PORK & BEANS r Can
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Da MONTE CUTGREEN

-, S BEANS 2 Case 303 4ge

McKENIZE FROZEN MORTON'S FROZEN !A '
CUT MEAT PILLSBURY Da MONTE

CORN24os. PIES OR CATSUP 2 I Bd 2ge

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2ge 8-ot 1ge BALLARD :
TVg. Pie DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT i

-I DRINKTABLEHITE 'I 339C

FROZEN HANDY PACK CRINKLE
2geBISCUITS
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CUT POTATOES ::
TABLES)?!
CHEESE SLICES :;: 29c 4 29c'

KRAFT MIRACLE __ MEATS I PERFECTION

MARGARINE ; 29c TABLERTTC RICE Pkg.au. 3ge i


C CRISP FRESH PORK CHOPS
FULL OF JUICE FLORIDA CERBER'S STAAIItEDLETTUCE
FIRST CUTS Jt3SEA CUTS BABY FOOD 10 'are 99c
NGES MEDIUM SIZE SAAB
HEAD 19c 39c 59 IVORY SOAP 3 For 29c
I lb. BATH SIZE BAMCAMAY
ONE SOAP 2 31c
For
CENTER CUT LOIN CHOPS
49cDER PORK CHOPS lb. 6ge PERSONAL SIZE BAM
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OXYDOL Each 81c

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see, who said that he would be
Clark Seeking glad to discuss It with me, but I
I ilnc you hid the authority to HILL DRIVE IN jj
issue a permit, discussion between
Permit To Kill '' ua teemed poInU.... 1 I le SUNDAY.i i
have not had the time to pursue FRIDAY. SATURDAY
the matter further sine L
River GarfishJohn I then."I. J APRIL 4, 5, 6
do not wish to complicate .
T Clark, Quincy Un> the text of thlt letter more r 1 ,, S.SROCKINSbws
berman and bow and arrow enthusiast than necessary but let me tay I } x ONLY .
has been waging a that during the sic or even .
campaign for bow and arrow vein hit I have been trying to _
aportsmen to be allowed the get a permit to legally kill gar :
privilege of killing garfish In fish with a bow and arrow, I fit f 4-H Club
streams of this district. Mr hive witnessed In the Florida
Clark .la swkng support for Game & Fish Commission a degree News a Views
hit campaign to help rid local of evasiveness that I had
waters of then trash fish that never known existed. The Department LEPRECHAUN 4-H I
are considered a detriment to employees have never 1. .vvd CLUB MEETS Goriest oBloodiest
sports fishing. given a valid reason for notle.Udn 1 yy The Leprechaun 4-H Club
called to order by the President
wu
this Issuing
aport or
Hit letter to John Brown, a ,
Mary Louise Ray, Tu -
permits for It, they have limply
Gama
member of the Florida
day afternoon, March 24. The
Issue, when
evaded the even
and Fresh Water Fish Commission brought In public meetings, e d'F Secreaary, Linda Ard, read the
follows up : .nT I Com. tt YOUR
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minutes of the last meeting .
"I Intend to gather public J'S S%3 tfi ?''Y i
March 24, 1964D J4
Mrs Shirley Clark AssistantHome
support for this sport by per
ar Mr. Brown: sonal contact, letters and every Agent, discussed our OWN RISKI! !
Ra my letter to you of 14 other means available, Killing service project We also dls-,
October 1963, In which I asked rough fish with bow and arrow cussed the Flower Show, record CAN YOU
tha Fish It Game Departmentfor Is now legal In Districts 1 and books and the Summer 4-H
authorttatlon to shoot garfish 4, and I can tee no reason whywe neetlngs. TAKE ITS??
and other rough fish with of District 3 should be denied The 4-H Dress revue waa dla-,
bow and arrow. Your reply this form of recreation CUlled and Mrs. Clark told UIof
MORE GRISLY THAN net( M
BLOOD COLOR
stated that tha enforcement officer the 4-H Club Conference
"In closing, I would like to .. I
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In this area would contact ask one question -do you wish to be held In Gainesville, at
ma and discuss this matter the University I of Florida, thlaumraer. 1
without to helphunters and fishermenextr.ct MATUCUVATK>MAIrOMUVMRDAU-.Tbebes' *tantlce,which Io recent yean have lodwled rtoU .
After wsltlng three weeks
the maximum recreational a* Pert L edsdese. I'1Lo Marts to ewarra with ITne aindeDtav who eosne roc the hoUdey from all Louise
being contacted by anyone, Sunday gave a demon-
value from available and eoDece atadenle ae the annual Xaeter vacation fc-lever fee _try, spend dejrtsne hi the sun and itratlon "
I called In Tallahit- on 4-H
your man Celebrity
II answer surplus)to game that and question fish If Is your affirmative tax beets The city we braced far fee expected,| iiHy a snt far a dais er a pen; -'%hf.sltlons ., Bread," which she wlU be (tv-

this letter should not Jig at 4-H DUtrlct-

ELECTRICALSERVICE I be necessary." Cherra reporter Vi Sspp .=

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Cody F. Dickey


Ends Schooling "
Anything from wiring t' es ':y Vote for .
Lorlng AFB, Maine Airman .
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a house to replacing ,..
First Class Cody Dickey,
a light bulb son of Mr. and Mrs William T. 1, y I B d
Dickey of Midway, hat graduated ,cif '
from the United States o %sS oy .
Ike Shepardat Air Force Noncommissioned Officer ,rte "
Preparatory School here. rF 4.'di
Airman Dickey, an Air Force
air policeman, la assigned hereto i ,
a Strategic Air Command Leonard
SHELFER.BLlTCHFURNITURE unit
CO. The airman, a former student -
at Qulncy High School, entered -
MAle T-IS41 the Air Force In 185B.
II... isi-1412 Ills wife, Lorraine, 11th. for
Warehouse Ph. MAle T-1100 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ace stro a4
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Walton Caribou_ Maine !Y F1 WrPM.


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nt COMTINtNMIOrnNO-A new CeI41AJit rare Systems :-. the Ste.. .District 1, Gadsden County (Counlywide) :

UarLUter traacpoit underfoae flight tests an At- Lifter bas the bioc wioc e(any Jet tnnjportpowsifM Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated :
bola. Ge, preparatory te delivery to the MU- ADd a bigA-Sytrsg or....7'be teoge fit the IIIOet
lacy Air Transport Eerrlee
(MATS) late tide U.S.Jet awtnet marine the C-141 ideal
passr.Developed by Lockheed_ r the fc eUnsi far bopping ton eontuMns to eontsMt SB tatart I Paid, Political AdO


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between the Interviews
WCNH Presents In addition, well-known ministers

: KINARD ENTERPRISES, Inc. Sunday Feature or challenging present brief thoughts Inspirational on "1osight

," the program's devotional
I CHARLES KINARD. Owner "Master Control" a program feature. .
Remodeling a Additions of features Interview, THREE BIG DAYS!

NEW CONSTRUCTION muaia be heard and over Inspiration Radio -Station may Forestry ReportThe

Garages Carport. Porches : WCNH in QuincY each Sunday Gadsden County Forestry
evening at Jt o'clock. This program Service report 4 woods fires, .
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Roofing Siding Cabinets Is produced by the Radio burning 11 acres .In the past -
Florida Rooms Enclosure and Television Commission of seven days. Number of woods
Conven fires reported since January 1
the Southern Baptist
"No lob Too Large or Too SmaU"Havana of thla year totals 18, burning
Highway Phone 627-8495 tion.More than half of this. weekly 195 acre Number of woods
radio program It devoted to fires at this same period a
interviews with interesting people year ago added up to 39, burn 1964
from all wtlkt Personalities tog 2608 acres. .
range fromlife. Rainfall In the Qulncy area
FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE ties such aa Andy Griffith and averaged 190 for the Plat
Betty Furness to locally-known week; Rosedale, '.DB; Havana, BUILDINGMATERIALS'
Call or Visit persona such as the chaplain !.DB, and county average, 2,40.
of a luxurious Miami hotel.
Varied musto aeml-classl-
cal, popular and religious ON FEDERAL PAY RAISE::
and Informal comments from
In what may have been called
malta/lev..Agellcg
the correlators serve a* tran-
election year jitters, the
house voted "no" to a '10,0\1()-
INSECTICIDESSOIL a-year pay raise.It '
was a aurprlae that the
FUMIGANTS House killed a bill that would SHOW
have boosted the salaries et 1.7
WEED KILLERS million government workers
The Senate, however, can revive
(1iJ the pay boost drive later .1
this session, at more modest '5 1
SOUTHERNCHEMICAL proportions. But veteran observers :
consider this unlikely
I REGISTER FOR'DOOR'' PRIZESNO
U. 8. AND UNEMPLOYMENT

INSURANCE I United States labor experts '
Sales & ServiceInc. trying to cope with high unemployment OBLIGATIONS
I are casting an anxious
_' and REAL ESTATE eye at Europe Common
Market nations.
MAin ,7-6262 There seems to be a magic
Box 3. Ph. MA 74101 formula that enables the Common -
15 North Stewart Street Market to boost employ

.(Next Door to First Federal Savings Lot Association Quincy) QUINCY. FLORIDA at ment United the to lime Stales a total time labor of cat the force It*entire Jobless and- Tuesday, April 7 Wednesday, April 8 Thursday, April 9

rate to 2 per_cent


Nt NQoALrn, HIGH Yf LDFERTILIZERS 10 am to 9 pm 8 am io 6:30: pm 8 am io 5 pm



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KISSING COUSINS
Azalea Camellia Rose Food Bone Meal
-' REMODELING REDECORATINGDEMONSTRATED
E19la'rreelp BUILDING -
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Cow and SheepManure /A\ Sal, April 1DOIBLE
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i Lawn Garden Field Fertilizers BY
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FIELD SEED .. AIM

CRY OF'BATTLE REPRESENTATIVES FROM LEADING
t All Varieties Com Undsey 77 Sorghum AD Star Cat

1.. Chufas Cotton Velvet Beans

Millet Kentucky Wonder 191 Beans Tal.April.. Wed 7. *. MANUFACTURERS OF THE ENTIRE SOUTHEASTFREE

Peanuts Cow Peas
STOLEN HOURS
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REFRESHMENTS VALUABLE; DOOR PRIZESQUINCY


1\ All Varieties Beans and Peas Cantaloupes HILLDRIVEIN

Carrots Sweet Corn Cucumbers Lettuce

L\ Okra Pepper Pumpkin Radishes Rape

' \ Rutabaga -Green Squash Seeds- Watermelon Pose MAbi 1WSFH LUMBER COMPANY

SaU See.
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OADSDEN COUNTY TIMES QUINCY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL S, 1904

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rotl'ed on a monthly penelon, rei prior to hi. normal ,..I,.. whichever I* applicable, hu
LEGAL NOTICE whIch "hall be a sum equal toe .nM..c bIb, lbs provide beta made, the dlfferonca between Choir Union
rlfu.tlof the averagamonthly of *sntlun hall be an the prorated amount and.
salary, which 4oee not amount computed aa deacrlbed ths th* policeman pan Held
ORDINANCE NO. 411 "oeed the rate of M.000.00 per In Section I ot this ordinance n.f.; have received from; flEWS VIEWSOf Meeting
AX ORDINANCE MTABUSHA num, received by him for lb.Iset taking lets account his partldpatlon ,whichever of the funde be w... &
A PBNIIION FUND PLAN three year of hie n.rvloomultIpti.d In the aervloe of the a member of at the time of b I. Sit James A.ME. Senior
AJID SYSTEM FOR CURTAIN by the number of and In thIn Pen.loo Plan No.JtI retirement had there been no th* musical
OPPICERI AND BMPLOYEE: ,.are of eervloe of auoh officer prior to hI. data of actual re- oration shall b* paid such po- entrine Choir Union
P THB CITY OF QUINCY 0' employe PROVIDED HOW.ICVBIt. llram.nt and his final average Ilcuman peneloner from the fund pr..m. Quin
FLORIDA TO BB GENERALLY no emS monthly penalonall monthly oompenaatlon a. of eachdate rot..4 to In Sub-aeotlo I. On. nUy. The affair wa

KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS .h eiioeed 110000 per month ouch amount of retirementoome I, the prorating Gadsden's Colored PeopleCP attended by followers and
CITY OK QUINCY PENSION An officer and employee aftented to be aotuarlally reduced ..' IInhoor Section f of thIs. wl twelv member choirs.
PLAN NO. I, WHICH IS HBPANTHER by thle ordinance I'urdlso. .- 10 take Into .account \.II. officer llnance or Section 11-11 of tho
VSSSS FUSS of aervloe shall ratlrnont 0' _..10'.. V oungsr age and 'Coda of Ordln..no... City ofQulney The program commenced atpm.
later than their sixty-fifth. the earlIer commencement of retlr.mant FlorIda, ace eat Iyokmd I with welcome extended

AND SYSTEM!: OK TUB CITY rthdays) thle provision I. maodatory Income payment. and If all polloomno psnelen.r.mnUnos b the president, Sam Love, Sr.
CREATED PKO- y
HERETOFORE to receive from the

VIDED!: FOIl OR HWTABlJnllBD EXCEPT. AS SECTION .. SECTION I. (a) In 10.the ..... of the :'p50(1'. penelon fund of the re- School Last Rites Held Thomas Family of[' the host choir President
ORDINANCB th full
City few
BY portion of theIrponelon Emory gave I
PR.OVID.E" I. Ellslble officer and emyee death of an officer or employeeho Crm. re
MAY BB OTHERWISE: plo who member of I of thIs to which they are ..n.IItI.d marks and and Intro
DK8IONATINO are thin a member Penilon t.nk.
JIKI1BIN I'BRSONfl; WHO SHALL '.nlon Plan No. I who b.oom..1In Plan No. | prior t* the receipt then therefrom the fund without proran Lunch MenusMONDAY For Miss Keaton Reunion Held Mrs. Squi Miss
TUB aocumulat- Kllr.
th of the Truetee.: officer duc
opinion by mach or employee of
IIRONB: MEMBERS THE TERM OF, I'RH-AND totally and permanently dieshIed any of the beneflte under the log ub-eeotlon In the fund 1 shall referred to In APRIL S Life chapter end for Mtas Memben of the family oflh. ll o Crrnr.
future
CONDITIONS WInNING OF MEMBERSHIP: : lther :mentally or physically ovlelone. of thl. OI'dln.I"on date ba actuarially at eludled a for Sop, Joe and Buns Monies Deloris Keaton 11.46m. : late Jsme Thomas had a The St Jlml ren-

IN, AND PROVIDING Foil THB: ae defined In Sub-eeotlon an amount .qual to one hundr.dand tIc pu"'.... of Improving beneto >. U March a 28 atTeloeia day Sunday, In observance dared the flo HloUoD fl
I of
by reaaon any cauae other fifty per cent of the total
HRTIKKMBNT OF PLAN MKMBBIUIOV AND than a oauee cat out In iubtlon mount contributed by such oLD.tsr fIts policemen to the ..cteatactuarially Carrot Strips rJL Th* deceased dU and a reunion lowe by vlstnl choir.

SYSTEM.HUGH PROVIDiNG FUND RKT1RB-: '. I and who, In th. e... of 01' emplnysu to curb fund up an earlier fcaalbl retirement or for eetakhlng Appl Crisp i I. a nattv wa reared E.tr faml th* Isrg- ,, both ItW ole

) AND DISABILITY BI N. .uoll dUablllly caused by. or cmcutting ta the time of hi. death ahallb at full for polloenien.age Milk and attended )* public T Thom. families the were rendered and enjoyed.
from Illneu. have been paid without blared ta the mi.t : r. 1
)'FITS; PROVIDING AND FOR OTHER CONTRIBltTIONS .ployed eontlnuuualy by the pron ar pereone designated to SECTION officer The pension of TESDAY. APRIL 7 schools of Gadaden County She ireenshad community, met The financial report Is at

I\OIRCICM OF KEVBNtTB: FOR City for a period of time *"" *.01. receive same am provided by Sub .n upon hi.or oonvloiton employee challeaaa ot a MeStw and Veg t- moved to Telogia lbt t years Sunday, 1:30 p.m. at th* home follows: Elizabeth Missionary
FOR THE: log four rewa, hall be entitleddleablllty ecUon I, or, In the .b.anoe of where abc Mrs. Dlxlon Shlloh P. Bap-
OF
TIlE KUNDINfl to retirement whlvh coot dealgnatlon a* provided In r.lonl', oxcapt that the Truateee, ale a& emplOed .o Mr. and Ale BoUt $1.05,
OF AND .
ADMINISTRATION AND : .h.n b. limited In amount 10.and Sub-eeollon I (except, however.In by a majority may In their dieetlon Ric ma Funeral lmC ..t th* Bethel AME
the 1111
)111:1'1101"flAFEKEEPING: THE FUNDS arss shell so exceed 4, tbe leeeer the ..... of a firemen who such renew peraoa for pension good cauneshown. of.nl' Collard Green hl MPUrm Primitive of th* clan as $8.SO, Mt Moriah M. Baptist

r-OR TRUSTEES OF, oI11Hr. ot tho. following flgurea, towltA. : made contribution to the fprovided The penelon of an offlr Banana Pudding B..pts Cur ISO: prior the Pilgrim P. Baptist
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qIDIAN. AND BYSrKM, One-fiftieth alary received the avaras.monthly by the Butute by Chapter, prior III to ot th theFlorIda 0. or employee shall ceaa durt Mora Bread Belford, off idating. amble for t .pplnt$110. Mt Zion P. Baptist $12.65Antioch ,
CURTAIN the of Dl.lon.
FOR time hi.
RBOFIVBDIKUFR : leer or employee, which douanot effective dale hereof the amount of employmentthe Milk A short program 0 tm. about $928, Mt,
\m OF FUNDS by City Qulnoy from which pre M Bptl
: THE PROVIsIONS OF iceed the rats of 14,(100 per payable anal be limited t* one h. would receive oompencatlon WEDNESDAY APRIL ed the eulogy. Thoa membl, and expressed Zion St. HebronAME

CHAPTERS 111 AND Hi OF THE .nnum him servIce for the, multiplied Jut three by yearsof the une hundred nd per cent fifty thereof per 000t plu. nhthmc In the form of wage, sal.eny Bar B. Q. or Oven Fried on program included I fnemto of their to their Creator $11.13, Greenshad AMIS

LAWS FOR OF THE F1/5HIDA1 CODIFICATIONAND PROVIDING nomban of year of his servIce of bIn : h".n contributionsthla : to rm or I nation commlMlon of curb but smploymnnt upon the CbickenMuahod the family.The for tbk to meet, while $9, New Bethel AME $1.0. and.St .

EFFECTIVE DATE HERB- U. IJOO per mooCh fenalon Plan No. I .. herein h. hall. b* reinstated In the PoUtoes survivors sre: Mrs Bet the youngsters aisembled out James AME $10.
I. Such eligible officer or mm.oloram provided
011' ..... ) poneloa food.SECTION Sliced Tom& rice mother, and played. ollectlon $344; total
will be Gon.ld. totaliy Kat. dol "
(b) In the ..... of lbs death
tJlI IT ENAM'JlJD lit' THEPlOPI.I disabled It, In lAs opinion of of sonic officer er employe eubeaquent : I t. All firemen Biuil&d Penut Butter aon. Mi. The hostess Mrs. MableThome $230.13.
( 011' THill CITY or members of this Ptnaloa PlanNo ,
uia Trueteee, he la wholly -
preand to Ih by each Carolyn D. Bradley MI. and muni
receipt The next business
QUINCY: vont.d rom .nd..lnl useful I shall receive full creditor M Dlxlon had the living,
sECTION 1. Th.r. I. h rehjrMtabllahed efficient service In the capacity the officer benefit or ,employe under too of any provlelons of- the full time of their prior THURSDAY APRIL I Derbr K. J.cU d.uch. sod dining area beautifully dec- ell program will be held the

a pension fund plan In which he wee usually ployntont by the City .. fireen Frankfurter Mrs. Utile cut flowers Sunday In April at Elii-
of thl. ordanano but prior K KetD. .rated spring
end systeM to b* *enerallyknown mpinyatiby provided such employment wit fourt
prior to his disability, B.ken Beans Mary Connie M.
to th* time that such officer or Mlwlonary Baptist
'
.. Audrey table
'CII Mi The
end dMla-naied II a fireman shall hav bn .
the 011,. Much ellglbl offl- Col Slaw and .cere
employee ham received ae beneflte Jeffery and
.f Oulncy Pension Plan No. I" todlllr.ul.h car or employee will be eonildered without Interruption not ex- RIi. Wilma T. with an attractive lace I Church.
It from and It shall under the provlaloni of Ihle edlng I momha during and! M sIsters Sweet
permanently dlaabled If, ordinance .n amount equal to the any CJul. h.U Herr A dish dinner was
b. distinct and aaparate from In the opinion ofII.. Trualeee, period of II month prior to the Mr*. eover :
death benefIts ae provided InHubeeclIon Sa members of the
other pension fund. plan fectlve date of thle ordinance, Swe
an .ie I* likely to remain totally Bun. siter-in-law. Antioch Church
and .,.1.10 o( the City of Quln- disabled oontlnuoualy and permanently (a) of thIs Subnotint lIo.PI In taos of sun ueear y Sb.eases William Ian and served buffet style
lion 1. then In hat U the Milk
c, heretofore created provided from a cauae other than. cei 'amount due to Illneu or aervlce Inlbs and C. cnnle. brother-in- Th. Included fresh sp-
of hi. death
lot or eatabllehed. by ordinance a* specifIed In Bub-eeotlon I. SInaI te the difference an botwueslh. military naval or armed FRIDAY ARIL 10 laws Mrs. Mrs. pie 1 .dear cute, and Lists CalendarThe
(except ea may b. otherwise I. Such officer turns of the United Status Gov- fut
ellslhle or em benefit Ham with GlaseButtered Annie Wilson Mr .
amount of .uold..h
*
provided herein). Ihla pension plo,.* will not h* entitled to recelve and the amount received by nmint In time of war or by Green. Hale Its cream. R. Dlxlon of- Sunshine Band will meet
.... for all Yanks
.bll"h.4 of ,
*
plan No. I I. I disabIlity retlremsot cocoon oompuleory military Itt fared ,
any th* officer or employe up to preceding tb 8 at the
porn001 who an. regular and Inoom if (ha dlnability I. a rI th* time of hie death shall b* '.rvloe' In time of peace or Sweet Po. Harrie, Glt and WillieSweet serving.Approximately. Thursday at p.m
permanent employeea of tbe CMyaf : .ult of paid without Intereet to th bays of abitnc granted by thaCity n d uncle. home of Mrs. Sk
per- Cr
.
firemen aa of midM OommlMlon, for the
qulnny H forty
A. Kxoeeelve and habitual ueeof purpoeereceiving Cheese plus All members art urged
.ht the lot* day o( April nil drug*, IntoEloeiHe or herootloe :://:0 deelrnated to ee- of nocMwy Inatruo- llmn\ in th* member of the and t.t
and for all tinmen and etherofficers a* provided by Bubeeotlon then for the execution of hi. du.tI. Com Meal Biscuits Bet- f.4
of the I, or In the abeenoe ofIolIubo.nonL' .. In Cmp Grn e"t. friends attended.
and employee B. Injury or dlaeaee suetlnd I euch dealgnatlon connection with hl oreloyment Fran Whip tend.Te Senior Socle
provided
City of. Gulnoy who beoome.lilt on while wilfully and lll..ally.jarllclpatln a* by the City oa Fnnll ehl" The immediate family attending also Mllonar at
or' iher the lit day of May In flshta. rIots, SECTION II Pen.lon right MikFormer wl me Thual
*
: I. Bach such officer or ei 10' were follows. Mrs .
rulr and permanent officer civil Inaurreotlons whllmlulnc I. harem for ahall 7 p.m., Mrs. Wod. en
er
corn- plo,.. form provided not hoan.Ignable. Good Shepherd
a providedfor
the City oftjulncy may on Thomas, Mr. and Mrs Al-
of
and employees a ....101.. that dined and. filed Resident Hal te .
M shown by the official C. Injury or Oleeaee euelaln.dwItita purpose .'I len Dlxlon. Misses Renell, Be,-
with th* Trueieaa, deelgnal MOTION II. No monthly Inallmenle The Board of Louis
employment" roll on file In the serving In any armedforcee. ,. Council Meets and Florence Mn. Dlcn.
a beneficiary (or beneflclarlee payable heraunder tonelonerc
of the City rinanoa 1>1. t Thor. Potter chairman
offlre on
,
to receive the benefit. If any. or other beneflclarleed Now A SingerMr. Thomas Harris Coin wl

rector, with the Moeptlon of the I,. injury or dIsease, aualalned Zl Thursday at 8 Church
which may he payable In (baev.nt no part ot th* corpu of the Council pm.
following oIlmen and employ- oft.rhIs employment hi* lermInaled of hi. death and each pension fund shell b* lubjeot totachmtnt Th Go Shr Thomas Henry, .r. will held
.
..*, none of whom shall be orbeoome ., Joseph WllUama, a foroin.Cr Spring Ree Thomas Conference b Fr.)
I
designation may he revoked by \ levy, garntahmont, Li
member of or covered resident of I. at 730; N.
U. Injury or dlceaea suetalned Quincy, hla field A.M.E. Gretna p.r
'Uoh' officer other
or employee byIsnlng equeatratloii or legal pro- ma Thomas Mrs Cassl .
by this Pension Plan No. I, to- while workIng for anyonethar debut Crh pastor In .
wit than th. City and trlalnsiut end flllnif with the Trua- ..... with t Lod 13, Char'lie cousin and several nieces end eh.rl"SuperIntndent

I A) Th* City Judge and City of such .mploment. I toss a now form daalcnatlon.. of heneolary SECTION! 1?. Any offIcer or ails Concert at t Unlereity F. Harris entertaining. The nephews and friends.dinette Parthell Carney

.A"h.nov. .. dorIs ..1I.lbl.ofll"r- Gr em'ployss amployes of the City who I. a of California meeting was well attended by announces that Sunday
-' I I. If euoh deoMeed officer or of thia L
m.mber Passion Piso No.I
firemen(10 All who pereone are regular other than end I shell not be permitted to .mplo,.. fella to name a banclary .. or who might become entitledany Angeles The choir less been o council delegates represenUni School will commence at 845a :

permanint officer or employe tire oeotlon under vivUI the provlalona examined by ofthIs In the manner aboveroKrtbed to payments therefrom who I tour of California, Neva all lodges the order. Chapel m. Pupil are urged to com

or Uie City of gulncy at mid. a duly qualified phyelclan orrgeon ,.or If the beneficiaryor "'lalni Injury ,la the coureo ofemployment and .. Before The meeting o make a worthy con
benefliHarlee) named by Sundon.amad Jon" t wa opened t
night the stile day of April, to he .eleoted by the officer or employee preeceeaei hi.bell tubs.. agalnat by the City the City and R..C.C. Mr. anc. promptly on time, with acting Church NotesAll rlbuUon the discussion of

1554C: ,uatee* for that purooee, and the officer or employee, I a Richmond the lemon
In connection Ih..ltl.h..U
employed W. B.
Byrd
All
) persons 100t Is '>und by such phyalolan orsurgeon tho death benefit If which Chpln. ,
the Cily aflor midnight the dIsabled In the :d.renand any ereby forfeit all ot hIm right Choir. Th choir i* preoentlyrn.king service. Following members, heads of boards The morning worship
b. payable under th plea Hrlce
*
\ nay.01 April. employment II" who .t ehell thotlon. In the manner peclfled In map with rMpect to euoh ._....01 to.n oe.SBCTION a. penilon under thli ordln- preparations for engagementa the w.ko address, which are asked to obeerv Friday evening will begin at 11 a.m RI. .
ot such
(hI. Motion. Any euoh officer or orrlcor or employee shall b* at the New York Love Feast
waS given by- Shepard SIkI. emlah Bowers bring the
ot 41
have reached the ase yearaTh mployee I retiring. under thIs 11 Nothing In therovldone H.rl.
In
City finenc. Director hall' ctlon shall b* examined pardloally p.ld.'ructeea, the either discretIon toi ol thuT .. of thIs ardIounce.halIconelltuti World Fair. Thi July th* choir th* body commenced it which commence at 7 p.1 "' The Senior Choir will

keep and maintain In his office. by a duly qualified Phyolan A. Any on. or more of the ....1obll..llon wl be for .tour of net, se-Jvlon. Expression Sprlntndenl Bessy Al- render music.
a list of all the officer and eraulsrly board tph.lol.n. IbM preoludM the City from proI
or surgeon or countries and the
European
Long Sr.
ploy..o of the City who ..r. ,.,. 0' .urlOn. 10 beaelontad ereone oomprlelng the groupooo.IsUeg reatter amending thla ordln- ceding by D J. Morgan. Holy Communion will be served -

and permanently employed by the Truetee for thatpt.rpo. ouee, lineal of deecendante the decedent, parla ce.SBCTIOM. Iron 1 Curtain. Th choir U on* was announced that the urge all officers and membersto at the close of the morning

by the City end In the di.partmente .... .. to determine If such die- : heir at law or employeee II. Thl ordl nine. o the most outstanding In th* Bord of Directors announced attend Sunday School, which and evening

la whloh they are abilIty bee oeaied to exlebI. and the Truetee may pay the I. In addItIon to any. other pen- the of death benefit commence at 9;30 a.m. me..e.
lined and who hall becomernebiberi find thatsnob Inera. I The Deaconess will accom
If the Trueleee lire benefit to member of old ordlnanc heretofore enactor
Ihli 1'en-lon Plan officer any by the City Com. Mr. Wila.Is a gradutvt of; to 22500. The Shepard The Rev. A. H. Hunter, pastor,: the
nof.n .uah group or may apportion or adopted winy pastor the Florida
Go
01.r.::: 7'0I'r t
No I. after the effeotlv High Schoolof will in charge of services
is reviving auoh benefit among any two ccmore laalon of the City of Quincy order has benefit b II State communion
date of thle ordinance wh.n.n mont Income Is, at any time prior of them In such chare .. and I. applicable to only thoee Quincy He a fore vole in II 11 He will be assisted b Hospital
keeping shut In
offloer ar employee Is employed hi. normal retirement date. no ... I 1.1 ) members.Shade .
co the Truiteee In their eole dilation floor! and .mplo, aa eatfumib student of D.
by tha City on a regularand : longer dlablod' aa provided or .haii\ determine, herein ...oopt M may othwlee An"an but always la :p7 ministers: W A. Cmp' Coin

permanent bait the CllyWanamw herein, the Truetee chaR dl- B Th* Mtat: of euoh oo'i.nLb8 be pacifically provided nstructor 1 mu a Cr member. Th Piulirie McMlllon ad Ca' B.Y.PU. .noc.held tat
hall make, *iecut* end at 9
riot that th* dleablllty retire- 4. When the payment required hereIn. All preeent member or PUO.Saint mlttea renorta r J.ekn w b p.1
file hi. certificate In the office Sundav.
mUtt Income b. dloontlnudeoovery -. ot I hereof .ha. ben partlolpanu In any eilitlng penon :
et the City finance Directordealfnatlaa ... of th* organlxe'Uon Choir on* will serve The-
from dleablllty made to any pereon or pereon or plan, fund or ayetem of theCity .tNnt numbr V.MA. Chairman, Katie
auoh officer or .01. eed herein ahall mean the abll 10 any estate pureuant to the of Quincy are Mill andohall Johns t. day. Holy Com announces Us meet-
plo, en a minter and penrn- Ity of aiHih officer or employeeto power and discretion conferred continue to be, aubjeot toprovlalona munlon will given following M Tom
anent employ of the City, provided render uaeful and efficient upon the Tructee by this Moon .the of any applicablenalon Taxes paid by all lodge by Sunday, evening

however, th* City Jude, rvloe In the capacity I* whlohe euoh payment operate ordinance heretoforedopted School CalendarTh dele wu $91.70. Th en both sermons.President worship, 7 P.m., bunday th*
City Attorney, all parsons, other wae ueually, prior t* his disability aa a compute dlarharge of all or enacted by said City committee Joseph Long Jr Tri-lellowshlp Choral Group
_than firemen, who are rasu- employed by the City.S. Gbll..llo" Gf and coder thopl.n CommlMlon aa the came now \olnlne r.pr
lap and permanent o(floe re or It euoh offloer or employeeeoovere end fund with regard to ..I... or .. It may aubtequenlly Prncp faculty and $2.7. announces that A.C.E Leaguewill will render a Ipeda program,
etnployeee of the City at mid. from hi. ....bUlI' and uch deceaaed offloer or employ b. amended and this ordinance of th. work tlr and place romenc. Sun. 7 p.m. Sunda Id Tuesday

nlsht the ltth .day. ef employed April ....nt_ the aervlce ol the CII,. .. and ahall not b* lublaot t.rnl.w \I not Intandad te repeal any don. this school year. Many Intereating .Th that cmt, day. Al membn ar* urged to th. City Missionary Union
Jill, and all.ft.. I Ithln It dare after hie recovery by anyone but shall b. of the provlalnn thereof Ineo activiU have been will
Long meet at 7
Herbert Davis Good Mr. p.m. at Antioch.
by the Clly mldnlaht theIdlh therefrom (In which oa.athe fInal binding and conducive en fur .. applicable to curb mem way, M I
day of Apt'Il- LOsS who, al 41 yeeriiWllmltaiton- all perron In IMeraeu bone and participant. taking place O the earapua.We ShepaxtoiWi>entertain t the directress. Mrs. Erna Cooper 1 ch.lm.n

the: time at Such employment of, vidod, by Mub-eentlon "C" of 4eo- MOTION II. SECTION 10. It la th* Intenon find a pleamir In presanUniay next of the Evening worship Is 6.30, Sun
hall have reached the
ago Ion I would nut be applicable), 1. All fund heretofor orh.r.afler ( ot the Lily Commlealon and and operetta at the emkf .O encl day School Mon
41 shall not p* *o oertllie hI. servIce will be deemed to received Bad meel Youth
the Citynder
by SingsIn
j.ar of the CIty of Quincy that thlrdlnanoe the achool for .
I hans been oontlnuoue for thenlreose Hie prevlalon ot Lhaple amend the Code ot year your *n Services Held day at C:30: Board.
,.HIDCTION I. All firemen whoa of oaloulatlna- hi. ellhlUty 171 of tine florid Statute Ordinance of the City nt Uuln rtaHiment. Wo't you come Tuesdsy, p.m and Prsye
r.ul.r _and\ permanent offlen for a penelon but the .hlch a,. .qul..d endsr (hoisrovielne. 0', Florida and ba codified (onclualon out and bar* wounderful meeting Is Wednesday at 6.30 Regoletto
.1 .
or employee or the CHythe
,erlod b..IDnl" .wltll lbs data of said chapter t* b. therein. For Mrs. Moore
tIme thl. ordlnano baonenoneffective ,h. left tho ..rY.0.. of lb.. CIty paid Into the City MunIcIpalR'lrmmae'e dICTION II. ThIs ordInance evuolbtglApril pm. Junior choir rehearsal I. "''A Thing of Beauty. Is a Joy

and all pereon whore r.., -11. 01 dl..bllll raregtierd Penelon Truet Fund hall take effect at. Mldnlgh T. 1964 "Around th also Wednesday at 730: p.m. Forever" beat describe.
eat Funeral Charles
within the
forth not In Hootton I opiloni wheihr by the Tru.I. for Sits- or Into H* ptnelun fund for fir*. ,clock P. M. on the 10th day or eaaon*" (Intermedia! a for Senior choir rehearsal on
hereof retirement ... [ conductd I w. preform*" In
bllliy purpoee man end other eoplnyee.ahalibu April llll Mo. Wodwa **
Thursday at 7
firemen and or not, who efflcereand barons ,hareln provided, and ending- with tranafrred and paid Into th. INTRODUCED In open leailon April 15/ 1964 ; ofUappiness' fr"St Matthew p.m. "VeN Rfl ", Mr. Wood
gngulnr
permanent thu dat h* re-entered. the eerv- enelon fund Mtabllahed by thl of the City Commlaelon of the (Primary ) Prmt
employee* of the City after ice of the City, will not b* eon- but b Iv Chur a a to sang, "Th Dk"Wel
rdlnanr hall placenta CIty of Quincy, Florida, oa the April 22 1964 "Grandma &o
thte ordinance heoomosf.otlvn C-P
the time
P.T.A.
Idered aa credited ...vl.. for fun day, .
aooount
a Mparate or of 1K4
1 I day January
.( but, except for fireann he purpoee of calculating III..mount herein to be held admlnlatere PASSED In open ._Ion of the Best Y.ar" (Jr. High dept) I H. Jackson lnl K .eWi. rendered. mo tp
who are not such officer of pension' he I* te ,.. and uaed ( lbs eiolu.lve benefit MI
or Ity Commlmlon of Clly of play commence ministers In product of Andrew
M the time this NewsIn
eI' employee 10thl
cnive nor for other purpoeef Al w a lam ehl :
ardlnaneo beoome effective .hllli Ihle .noIGn may plan and eyeleref vlded of herein flremea members a* pro ulncy larch,,1SIIB Florida. day 51 ; pm.AprU Moor the Studio, city. A graduate

k* ellslble to and shall partlol the of gulticy ooept a* of fireman p- keeping wRh the Carter.ParrennntHIgh
I No. city I. the penelon a W. HlneonpPMldlng 22, 1964 Preregitratkm Gadaden t fol policiesof SlQull.
In Plan
this Pension .00 forth in thla eeotlon. upon retirement hall be com. Offloer of the C the State Congress He la
I Sate.. and hereby tabllehM City for all children who are dear Ulnes* March P.T. presently
.1-
SECTION ,. JCsoept ether- uted .. Mt forth In Beetlon 6 CommlMlon of the City of l a.I
be mandatory upon all wipe provided' when the pen- of thla ordinance ThIs shall beferred Qulony Florida old or who will b* six 0 C President Willie S Sthel, 'D'.led at Florida A .n
*llslble officer and mployea alan fund rrta.ullahed. by thIs ta M "Total samba"whluh ATTE5TII. ; or mire 1, 1866.Pleaa pm natIve brad of M School of
wh enter the employment oC .rdlnanoe .. Inaufflolent make la made up ot the euro of F. Croaa J&UI Th doe I a o silt and Association. under supervision of Mrs
Vie.City after the effective date nil payment at the amount of IWO parte, 'Paet Bervloe' anFuture CI.I! of the Clly of Quincy b* *ur* t bring eaehild's Cunt) where ae Ten Nominating t *. Mr.
thl ordinance beeneeetembere
of to .nnoul'
he eeveral penalone which may He-vice th..m.. .. became Wo.r
aa
and Clerk of the City Coramleiloa br l.e. WOko Id Committee received
Ponalon PlaJVo.
of thl
under the provleiooshnr.f dvaorlbad.S. which will Hvr.1
b* allowed are hereinafter tharoof 1\ cai nen. preaentat c.ls
| end le contribute to tho or ahould the ..mount.dl.b".d 'Pact Horvtwo' le that part uful a.pi. the next regular meeting the and won the acclaim from

fund and thereof to participate*< herein In pro thkeneflte from euro fund .u,. or! Ih* penalon earned by cur Rites Held For S.r 11 I was nominees for election, of the erltC opera buff. Wor I II
eioeed the dab of hi.
log! any one year fireman tromh. former Resident and Matt
local P.TJL of
,Id.d and each at them ahal eo.r son P.
Into th effective
.nounle paid pansIes mpluyment up to the ln. Mal
.
within thirty (10) deye sIted und, then by majority dearmlnetlon > Oats ofIII.* ordinance Thl Mrs. Bradley Pmt.Baptist Church. The Nominating Committee Woodard Mr Jo.
a
.kulni OsSIfied requisite a*, to and oontlnullj aeeoeaeary a. I ot I: Trueteee; thatIt part ot bin penelon ehall b* pay.able ; Dies In Jax I Being mtnlrr'l wife she ..I I. a* follows: chairman dan, b Quincy. .
I* advleabl. and. neoeeearyhat from Ih* fund refernd t Funeral for Mrs auxiliaries L R Ev

to he. "o rogulal'employ.and. of psrntaneetalfirer lb. (' ?, benefit under the provlilon I" lIub..lI>I.lon 1 above. )Ir. Horac A. Woodward of. Roe tC of the church :* local and Mr M. Mayrolyn Nelson, Ill
chill ba I. bat K.
of thl* ordinance 4. > utur* Bervloe" N.I "Cue Roinsn. Rsy *
o.tute so agruemeol provldlD= iterated then such fund hall part of th* penalon earned b, ckaxmvill died March S4. Mr. ed AJ*.E. State level. on the mood prut o An. Studio
Joh ,
top his or her participation aim j* prorated on a monthly baala.emo4ic each fireman after lbs offeotlv Horar I Sunday S 29. Board of St Matt- a M. Alc ruM o .P&r
form of shell b* ai Wowr ort th : M. Jackson. more
agreement home entitled to receive dale ot thla ordlnano (or lbs Pr Ma S hew a member Floridtv- was a mom,

inrtr provided namedBHATION by the, Truetees here- curb penelon, In full atlafaotlnn dale of hla employment W *ucemployment 'A WoN R E. C die MOd, 1:1 Lm Georgia, Wonl: the commiUe will 0 a time ber o. dnc chorus 8h.

of their reepeotlv claim cialnei I* the a0 and gav preformanc
admlnUtrallof iu.nd'I: 2.
I. The curb fund effective dat of ( *) Hiwe'am.eiiher the 8 deceued w.a bom I IGadaden InI numerious other boards. > l Jlo the
the fund ohall be t o at
penilon program
SOlUTION .. In ease at lb.dIa'haro to th* date ef hi* rotir.e,00t.This Paul M. I community and of al : : rcUy b
St. John
he Community
hare of the menibere of ( i iII. or voluntary reelsnalion part of hIs penalon shall A E Cbur ra Cn", ehr this lug She t* also in t

sit.,?.. thereof commlatlon ohult and be known the mum.end. ol ..ny officer. er .mplnyeooI.o ha paM from the penelon: fuaMtabllehod W GI SPMp$ y.c She .d..t wl ml P.\nt Secretary, Treasure school of music
of the le a member ..* his fen- by thIs ordlnancwithout March S.SO: p.m.Survivors converted .. .1' age, Ce.okr. Mita Nelson granddaughter
telfnated a* Truitee .r
Ion Plan No. I before aocumuUna reference to th* fund are VWoa. a Ie
preceded
pinalon make fund all reaaunable The Yrosteeoshall rulesend ; assresate time of twenty referred t* In Subjection 6. wife.ln. GI.dy ,, Church and Joined St Jo AM.E I program teol. President Stephen a In. of J Ne
continuous servIce or except b* olherwlie t .ln city.
year* above. aa may that members thecoenmltts. sloe
reaulaxlon for the admin contrlbutlnc twenty yean M the provided herein.Is Sl Wli E I faithful member until her survivor ansI Rev. G. T. for
$ration of their dutle am ouch Th or
pension land senen ty.fIve per If the peneloa fund eetabIllhed of Un 1 eel asnominee
her
health attending
prevented
t'rueeuan In the admlnlatratlonthe et shall Ln uc. tr Mo. ho .EII&o l for Cord of Thanks
lent of the total amount contributed by thle ordinance Woodward Tarpon I
pension fund Ih Truateemay by such afdver or em be iMuttlolent as met forth I Ia 10nt o regulary. )11 G 11 cuChr. Inlr' Th next regular fma family of th* IsIs
the ( 1.0'
Some dealanat other parses City*. Clerk or plo,.* to such fund us te the. Hectic t ol lal. ordlnanc the to riSaint ..Ml mo C was J l tl f M.twc.lr. th* In Te Dlxlon extend Auto
of
lime of hi* roalgnatlue or dieohare Lake full payment II t.w
the Truelee to snob dutle Slmma" Fn- ;
perform (excluding, however. In .mount required I* b* parent Br b* announced e th fay friend for tel
born of which = e.rl.
be directed auth.
ae or fi.
rlied may bv the Trueleee. All the ..... .! a flremaa. th* It under ubMollo 4 her. Joseph rn w the .r H I ch as soon flowers and ,
unda and. eecurltlee paid Inter .40000t h* contributed prior lethe of. then after the proralloa required prla her t great rep I, during their saddest

bedspoelled held by the WISh penilon the fund shall Fnance effective, to th* dale fund of provided dOs ordinance for I .."X.,Mid the Bectloa difference. t huebean .... Church News y Ford Graveside Rites pbl ho hw. Funeral services wer*

1r..to. who ihall lUty be the by Chapter 171 vt the FloridaBtatuteek t..." mesh prorated amount mad Rev. IL p We hut great faith In e.pr held March 22 at Bh.n,, Ala.

treaaurer for the Truelee* of the shall 'be returned t* 015 amount the fireman fro Pen; Sorvic at St Joatph toe,-, la charge o.J Held For Youth opinion but 1 much in Signed Mrs. Rad.

pensIon fund and ehall keee thaam him without Inureel. Upon thediavbarfi loner would bane received had mencos Sunday .It SUJd Th Imy. are I CkrencBradlev expert. ford and
und of the ('tIp
In a eeparale fund or tao.tm ar voluntary reelfna- ouch penelea ahall b.pal' School beginning 10 Clarence Graveeide rite for UttJ* t 0 t.mll
.. Li
be lIon ol any Sui'h officer or em here b. no probation huad
and ehall liable for the eafekeeplnc
hendllni ...ndI.bu.t plo,... Burn miRror or employee each p.n'loner from thuade Suot C. Settles: <*4 r* Jr Bradley. R .Young .conduct
proper of the .eanta undr hell Immediately ceaee te he s referred to W .......U.. All choirs of Joseph'I"I ; nd Johnn the Springfield I

the bond flten by him to, member ot and entItled I* the 1. to mast Sundar M'Eetall Mac tI "m.r.Gr 'I
mo" Bradley aona. ,
th event lbs proraU.provlelone .k.
beneflte of such peneloa fuel In Fora Sr"
th City, and he shall be lIable
ot Boot Ion t are 551 I a-m. for AK Myrick. ROM I
ailS
eyetetn.SECTION
In the earns manner and to Ibm p.1 S di a t G
and If all flramea pealoner will I
.. le : I. mvked Tb* Dave -a
lame e tent he liable for
the afe-keepln. proper hand'bog I. Should any offIcer .. *i iaervloe ", oontlau to receive roe.su.h m* t StiIl'IIn7.w St Wal durln .0 lowing HOp _P. fo
and. dleburaamant: of othCHy plo,.. .ho I. s .mb.r or thl.p.n.lo. penelon fusS of the ClIp.a c ; Jo* I
full nortloa of their peaelowhich Its Ieot.rmentwembshdlntle'St. minister In charge lbs ,
elas No. a.bars tll. .. Jp .
fund a* I. now or .
eo.yScreener
be provided by laAH of the City, who he* aounulated to .u.nUU".{ tlto..- rogordluse t dmonuaaUoc 8immsJ.k on |I

tnonle paid InM or held In ,' aggregat time of from without Br.ra.lo. ih th: alQuincy Jor. eharg Th urvivon Steve
the penelon fund ehall be In. twoey year or more and hacontributed foods aocumuUtln- In the fjni w FI & 1 a
laded ae I* now or may here.atler to this I peitiloa fun referred ta I. Hub-eecUon I Young, father, Th'

b* provided by law for the for at least t.l"I elec at. a futare date be aol.arlal. Airman AME foung mother I X
Investment of o4her City fund. IC leave hi* *. studIed for the ,.'po" of Improving St. James I Barney,
PROVIDED HOWEVER.: : Ioofar lions In the fund, uok offl.-er or MneflU lo flr.mel 15. .Vincent I R a

as possible, aultabl inivlelo employee upon attaining age "r- the .mt..t wluarlally fea.IbIO Is ReassignedAirman Church NewsServices I br.
shall be mad ao ae to prooldo ty-flv or more may retire al tho or for Mtabllehla a* earlIer' Broods Diana .D Ptci
Moelon accrued. to date of leavng retirement ag* at full ,..,,,,..t
for vrfldent cash "'Gnl.. to hoes Mitchell soi I at St will Young, |
hand promptly to meet ataynenu the eervtoo ol the munlnpallty : for fimwn,05.lm"TION. Rolt Mitch. J.I b I
actuartally reduced ; II. of Mr. and M. Sunday .
Smt :
required t b mad.OOCTION u
*
.. take Into account the officer 6. All fauds boretofore a. oil of Rt U b* fool AI
I Qul. 1. Here and There i iaa
.. The penelon fuetabUahed ir employe younaer age asS ..........rt... roe.avod hp till Ctly Inf S AmarUATS. ; 'J Su0 S $150.00 JACKPOTAT

hy tote ordinance.add I. he earlier Income commencement at retirement coder (he FlorIda pr.nlolo.5 gtatutee ad Chapt.r which Tx for technical tral. tto pp.U0 Mr. *. AN a Bell, and '

H l. n to the amounte that sic, .. payment 151 of the .......... United States AFore r t b o ue. Paila Belford
1'
(* paid Into It from other sour.. Early retirement under th are required aader the p. tIll u morning worship -

.a. shall consist at all men .. plan ,. retirement from the Mrtoe .. of -aid chapter te he paid Jr\eh aircraft nalnUnanc sp. will and the pastor and daughter,
derived aa followei of the Clly wIth th* eo.- ( City1* Muntolpal Pallc bil will Belford, all 1 of
the City ae of th* Brat Hetlreaieat Traai Fuad ar ClaltaU Rev. MelOt Aqt
a% of the fIrst I4ISSH of I.tr. om A a
all ealarl.a er weee. paid day ralen,1iar month. wklcla lots It* ..ul.. Nad far pelloe- Aa. Mitchell who eo brine -Orlo Florida spent the Eas

L1 ....h offloer and ....plo'.* la prior. la the otn.,.... or employee mea ..1t.1I.tono4 a.. \Ai Feces s thee t Communion services :lotake end w and W''

t>.r annum who I. panloipat* annual retirement 'all paid late the .e.eloa full um'Iahliahid 1 ago, completed hi a place at (his Robert *. While JITNEY JUNGLEPLUS
a* eot forth I lection I of by hOe ardlaaara but Um fy.
Inf I" 'h* f..n4 ehell be thinnrdlsasre bask military tranln, attended former
uote4 from eelS salaries or but uboquat I* lbn laed lata a wparaie"oo.al bit I cholrNa.lsndVth4No. I they
wasei by the City Finance Oslo ae of which b* has both ar t... theiela t. .. a Art, Tn.Hospial I will MTV bom church, It. James. Mrs.

rector belore the earns arepaId. attain** the age of flfty.fl held administered aa.of.O; far i im. dsp. Bell U th* former. Bar-
The cat, Finance DU year sad completed sot I... the etel-elve 5.00111 olloa- M '
fwtor ihall. meathly. plan* thaa twenty yaara U the eotiavoue .. member ol eelS fusS arany Evening b commeoclnj bare Rang of '

bate the ......10. fund euehf eervk of the City 10 other peaeloa fuel .f lh. Repor 'dk MM Martha Jane Gus T- 5 BONUS

v pr !eelaae of all alarle sad the oveat of early reUreateaparnaat Cut, af Julae, aa a evMe4 aerertegardlea -I Thursday I octoe MjoyabU 1. WINNERS

i waaee e* deducted leaether will be of reUremeal laooej' lea ef aay ef the ADMISSIONS Frank .k will b weekend U the M
f wIll the City oeatrtbiHlea governed a* follow*! S w; e
.( a sIam equal u the amoiat A. The early retirement ..t.. ether rvllen* .4 Uie erdlnaaaa ,leO HOHMT Baker, IMI l family Mr. REGISTER AT
thereof which ahall b. set hall be the Ir'I.rl.f the if the aeaalea foal atak- seen HOT I Friday klght it T ..dk JCrs. AaeiUa Guns prepared .
In the ourrent kudaet for ealendar wIthor ll.hed ay this rdlaaac *r lupoasleR v1 Nh lovefeart neeUBf will pedal tfemer for her Sunday.MM .
p fusS areat-d by ...,. Vi. b bl
I
.the fl..City.. U aofc year hereBOTIOW dale Immedletely a.* affloer or tollowlag employed tlto rs.11mm aaca Na. IH af Ih. Cll ef Qela.oy. r B"a.W.I.t Gun I 0 Monday night a' 'rl' Guan I a ea ient a E JITNEY JUNGLE

I. Aay afflfermployee or from the _vice If the a* aa>*nd d, shell he laenfflcieal board .U. b ward Y.M College, .ak
pa-tlclpaU- tI.. City nder tho arovlaion of thIs ta m.h. faIl ...,....t. ef and o sonville.
Joh Randolph, I BE SURE YOUR
aervlca of I** Cl eeclloa prior to hie normal retirement t". aaiaaat reej.lred 1e ba paidfroae W ll CARD PUNCHED
I
oatlnaou member ofthIa data upon reacklag t hu ..e" toed (. oI......i Fee, H.1 and Tracy
hlng.llvIng Penelon been Plea a No. I for a ... of elxty-flve yaara.B. then, after Ihe r raratla* reylred Midway You cut always ted that Never -.b' what ether BY

p*.-104 of aot le- has twenty The monthly amountretirement ol ky *Oodles*otea ll-lt.1 of Me Ihe ardlanca CedeOrdlBaaooa BIRTHS K.Uy and VlrdliBathardson. I om* people W keartni people wt t money 6:3 P. SATURDAY

*. and whe has reacheace \JI. Income payablea t. er ftrt. Marei what poe have your probissia-I I l
ars*l J ty-/l e year* coaU ..., efftcer *r eaiployeo who r.. aC City et 1I1Dq. 2 U I.J .


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CADSDKN COUNTY TIMES. QUTNCY. FLORIDA, THURSDAY APRIL, 19H4 f'Ar.r: sr.vr''T'r4

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I ...>un ibo, taar aa Hi* .aoioi .ige. I,,.lITlcfle' "'' ''',''t I, 1)105 i'ton: ;n' or TUB fni 01MOTION .tfIi.. m itir ,.mi I"":"fnty II'
: d 'nar b< 'hoard. III \ will OI'piy t",01I.." Ilrty ,1.111 fenI ,
1.ISL'\ , .
il Vril
": Uiln ), \ "II I:
CLASSIFIED WELL DRILLING ,, ,f i"" inn' JuiUr "t tla.tcdn,. the,,, Weal p nt.ntv ITt I. That th .
"t"ilni In ,
ADS : oil alnutr monO'"IS d ':itr h.
I ,'.unit'. 1"1"1', ., Ma affl I" r.p' the",. So\.lh line bun' ,iKMlflcatlun of tko Ml.oliiioarrlhod line thc first piihll,..i ,,'p r

I Feiturlng Complete ii'ho <' urt lou't'n' Jlul': Plor dred fIlly (IN)) foel to tbs land In thv ut> olvinlncy ibis nell'.. Two dpi,', ,,( I,
lila for > P151Urlurn South lIds of WaahlnntonDirect
I Florida, te-wlt: lalrn or demand .holl I I... '",
Line of Doming Pump aol and Roport and for a. th.nc East alone Thai part ot Lot Mo. U of wrltlni;, Sod shall St.,. ihr
Homo or lnI *ti_ tiMer nf niatrlballoa and for the South.rn sOds of W.ahInkton Robert City lylni West of 51 coo on.ro and poat "rricIrtaaea t/I
Final Dlacharco aa even .keoa- mri SorMity nil Hut Road No. lit Robert of th* clalmaniihall sod
.. ': .11r1to11I11'41C5 : TERRYROSAHARDWARE ,lorI ft to th* point of o.- Utroetl according to map or b* aworn to by inn ,101"'.
''IflRi BENT 1'HR QUINCY TATB BANK alnninab.lni th* North half plat of mId Retort city onrecord ml', hIs aaront, or alt,,rnrvarcompanlod i.I.
t ; tly B. B. Woodbory of | ". by In the office of th. .
I'P CO. .thROb= : by a filIng fnon .I
Z.nll" PATMRNTB on UU I I Ita Trait Ofttear Al. and hi wife Clerk of the Circuit Court of dollar and audi bloat ,'r
TV "
m-t.n _nlll. old ". Kiooulor of th. Loot WIll by dead
dated May II *005. Uadodcn County Florida ,,
,
I "" 011I.. dmand not ao filedI'.11:I Itarl
hu alr 1421 South Monroe StTaUahaaaoo. '
,. hi. dy paid 1.4:4 and Toaiameat of rolls Henry. to \V I. MacOowan, recorded Th* forc.alii( ... .. parol null
.
FOR RENT: 011. taroe bod room SOt, pn".n' or. 111 Florid. ,i, ,rocaultlep.ry In Deed Hook KKK at gf land oomprlalna two I Fryer. Jr
,
koroo for |4t N. ono two bid lute"'r month.TV ('on'"rt .,._ In.I.O' lOt aid "..wl.ltn'.y. 171 al tk. puhlli r&.J poro.li of land .**orlh.d aa A. Ancillary Biwuin "fUU II".

f">. home for HIM por Sooth hofor. March S" Itt .\ ton Iboo"top'Qul..r" Oadadrn County, norlda and follow towltMlln I Will and T*.I...", ,,' "f
sUb ..II.... oak loon. til. t :NCLAIMKD RKHAIR W. Florid.liar also th. North half of lbs at lbs outhwoet Roaale Poor, ./11/. i U''':1'',
both tad kitchen and all mod h... > Mnior Sowing Machln. I" U. 54. Apr. 3 41IB lot .0".'" by th* City of i-orn.r of last No. II of sold SmIth rryor. lr, r.0' ,
.in *.....I.nce& T a Fllckr Nil .... ... I.lm.c1. Pay repair Uutmy, Florida' to Pat Robert City. run North IIIft Flrat publication April : IoN
(I..........,., ria. Pkon Bl It hili 14 III Tlw.o m.rhln.l ...* lbs Court of the OouniyJudi. Thomas by dead djtted May ., Unit 4I. ft, South IIIf April I, 5. 14 .1 It
1 ,of HI lllllroll In irrllrnt nhap Writ **rvce Plumbing rLatu.... Electrical I ISuppll.o. ., fladadan County, Flor I, 1141. and recorded In Deed I., Post III fu to the Point ,
... Ida In Prohuo. No. IWOto Book PPP BI paa. HIo .t h.ln..lba 1'1.0'U".oP"Ll( 11JUUL4COMMIIMON
HUNT I Bodroom .... III. 11* N PaIafo. BL, Pip and Fittbgi. n: Katt of ( tho public reeerda oftUdadiin and
lurnlihod houe 81101(., UolfbtaH Panaioola, Fla.Mar Water *. .,.. TUo Board. Lola Moare
:(. Apr I U It County, Florida halo III fu North of theHoathwoot to.-
(' || MAln 1...... UFuK Cat and OU Hoahut Penn which I I. now claadflad aa R.I Corn.r of Lot No.II TUB APPUtMNT HEHFIN

HKNT Ono loplnt I"OR StALK: -- n..1IO IfTI' Cold' To All Crodltora aad Porovnllavlnt OB tho official ....I". map o.1tho ot Mtld Robert City, run and ..
spot AIl'condlti.n" Coed SNIY Claim or Demand Clip uf gulnoy ihall b* NaIl 410 feet to dial Road ALL. OT1IMH LNTKHKUTI, >
.... .
di .t.l.* for lady. -
U: "m .......,
'na moolh. ('ont.rt Wilbur. An.ln.t HaM kenaad to C-l No. lit, North.rly along road "PAMffrWIlli
I""ii". Bee at U N. Lev Mutcie itoly. T.I.pho. ; t<.a sad rack of you are harotlfid This tith SOTICIC 1 Ic ,
,. t-1117 MAlt .16. ROCCOPIPE to North Una of saId lot No. iot
"all MAin It It by .", and roanlred toiromt (Ity t' .... t.tortt'r: ... \Si-.l to Norlhwoit luni- Klirld '" .rl.' I'IHIII'H: :, .'::
Two b.. -- any eluni soil d.manda gulnoy Florida nilnikih. Oummlaeloti )10 .
KOR KENT room or of saId la>l No. II, Mouth '"
}4..,_ Will runt rurnlahod or which you. or elthr Hy K W. liin.on III ft !<. Point of "...Innlnabo *l>l>, litli>d by aald <'.>mn,,. "," ,
nfurnlihcd. Loi,&td on pav.d VACUUM & SUPPLY CO. of yon mar have agaInst th. MaycirCoinmlnlonerATTkWT and tbs aas 10 h..b oban. "r in Kiamlnar d._i 1.,4 ,'
otr.ot I block from Goons W I CLEANERS eatals of Lola kloara, doaaaood.lalo : .. from K-l to C.I and tho of laid OommlMlon, sill h1 r'.": '
lunro* kYhuol 1'huno HJ-71 New and Vacd Cleaner 44 YEARS OF SERVICE of saId County, to tko Conn- J. F Croaa tidal Sonlnt Map of Iho City ..1Qulncy llu h.arlnii on the r.olI.5i,5ustlm's ,,
If tr Judas of fla.1.dn County lrk of ell, of Qnliwy aad Florida ha, and thMUBO at th. II..... and. plao..a
Any vik or nodelKtpalred I Thla Are* Io'iorlol.oU...,. In tho ..Url -l.m of City Commlailonhirrnf U horoby altorod aoooiJltTICV 0Ieclflrd below:
pJ h.m.o of aald County at gulmrKlorlda ,, Mar ... Apr I tNOTICB 1 In 0:50: A M Mundny April to(, 1114iVmnili.lon ruocuI
N 12MS37 wIthIn l ealonda, :
.Ia I. ThIs Urdlnancihall a ICwrlni ll<
FOR RENTModern Writ. Box IM orPhono 1119 S. Honroo Street month from the time of thi lako offoot lmrn.distsly Whltfl.ll Hulldlna, ion 5. A.lair,,
I77-CSU final puhllmtloB nf ibis nilUraTw To OF INTSJUTIQN u ip,n Hi p....... approval and Dlr..t. Tallahaaaoo, H.11,InIKK
Much APPUCATlttNFOH
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA ,i noploi of each claim ol puhltoatlon a. requIred by law 'NKT: Nib T3Il.l'
Cairo. Gi. .....and ahall b* In writing, and FiNAL lilACllAHOHFlorid 1oI1.ltllt'Ul'IP In lbs dty Com I Dn I he apiillcatlon of I'l'TfnolJWrWNKI.
S Bedroom onfura- ......
shall atat lbs pla of realileanand *
loalon OB tho Sib day 01 March. d/b/a lUlL
Ifthrd Apartment. Located IB -- pont office addroaa of Ih. In toun, f th. County Judi. A.IX 1004.PAOOMIII. Till i KINU far a ortlfl "(.. ,,,,'
Duplex ., 715 W. Wllblnft. ,. Ial..ant, and shall k* aworn K, tluil. Im County, Ita I. ofFloiiila In open ._Ion Itt Dithlli'co.no.1,1.ncou v.5 .i..l.1MI ,

\ .. Within walking dw. by lha claimant It. sun,. 01aiiornor In robate. ho Uly Ootnmla.lon of lbs t'iiy a. l 0 aiitliorlia him !t.' "I" i..l.
FOR and acrompaalod by a lot Qulmy, Fin."" thin lIed day .a a ",h'.I. lonu-att canur "Ill
tines of shops, school and SALE f.. of dollar and In tt thi Ktlate ot ,
mint ono
AAOIboatf B. .. Marvn. All, lilt.M. l.r contract with II..".! Oi lOi554'lou
8UBEH
such claim or demand not ao tIlL lllBoonProaldlnr .
churches. I W ornoratloB In Ih* tin '>
GOOD. SMALL USED I.flied ahall ho void. T* All Whom It ConoorniNolle lresa.ed I Stride of the CIty miration of Fuller'. 5'n.tihpIta I :, ,i

Call 6Z7-7UL during butneta CASH REGISTER TV SERVICE I COMPANY CITIZENS BANK TRUST le her.by May|lve. that J (ron\mlMk' of tha City ., In a mlnln, .... looat'dpproalmally ....,,,...
Quiney, riarmaATTKUT *av.n mil** n rtkvf
,.
hour or 2274294. liter Aa admlnlatralor of tho Botati Byron Rubor fll.d his llnal I
Il..o4r. am All I port aa aicator of the Mlate of Qulncy, Uadadan tnunly, Flu ACTOt Dllt-Petrr Lnrre.
I of IsIs Mara, dwoaoodBy who
p.m. With t Total I Total for J. P. (V.55 da, vr lir.iular rvul.a t*
I
& I. that
..... Subs Ir. daocewdi
_...
and T. K. Nlion I tarred In ilnl.ter
Clack of of Vmt Cov. Harlum movIes fur
Monrjr I Total for Tax he flied hIs p.tlllon for finalleitiarae .fl Quincy sodtil.rb c >rporo-
Fro ntino WCI: OMI Aaalatant Truat CUfleorFIrst t.fti CommlnoleoOhor.uf lion nraooa.lna1 plant I looted 10 found
yean, was dead
HAS A DETAIL TAPE FOE publication Marck II, 1114flr and that ho vlll apply : I up!*
it luilruad
IINOTII'II FeInt
hAt ISIATI YOUR STORE RECORD. plo. SASS t-ereo .iory and Towloe to tho llonorsbls 14. ,r. 1I..ld,. tl.an.l. Florida. *daalgiMUda *ld Hall I rarently of t sCabs In hl, '
of .
(
cuniy Judf I..ta. Louay
SUNDAY'SSADlO Alt >rnsy.u I lw road PoInt k.ln. naar the T.wsof I Jfo1l1wnoct home.At ton Lori o
Florida tha of
$75.00SEE oa nth day r" MTOmiPU
Quincy, FlorIdaAitorneys for dials April, lISt for approval of earn > lItr TA1IITHNIn I Illnoon, Florida' and fn m I la Shown In 1133 Just after the

ATFLETCHERCANTEY A TV Ik* .ICE: Mar II II. Apr. II II and for final dlatbaj-e M aico- Iho Court of tha l.'ouniy'Judao said iirovrailnaplant Irr.iulatmui.a in ealdmlnlna .I itart of hit career. At bottom
pit
11W Wrxi j.- moor of tho Mtat of tt U lubarr Oad.d.n County Flue. amer. I ho II In eratumo for
a dl.t...,. ...'11 way of t recent
doctaaad oa Ibis Illh day Ida, In Hrobato.n .
IISIJRANC!
In the Court of the County of StuccO. lull rot SaloOn .c abiuil ,... mll.a. I III". Tho Ilunfurlan-bom aetor .

Jud" Gadadun C..I. Plonids, J. HIltON II'RRM Marry P. Clack: Hlihard 1. Hrooka, Kaqulra. of wai It at lImo of death.VoAllMuMSKOtt.
I. Probate KMOcUTtiR of ISo Fitate of twnoaaadAtal Tllha.. riorlila la allorner I
IsOR In roi K.I.I of It;. U II'HKH: IH, doraadMar 1'0 All er."ltol'll a,4 Pseon.Ilavlsg .1 for ih* Applicant
TEll HU.KS Jr. I Al aald llmoa and pie*** all
14 Apr I, II 41OIUMNANI (1.,_ an I0olnanda
lttar.Mtl will ba alvon
VKDD CASH for Deceaatd ttarlloa
firm
I lom? Baa your f.III.,-Optra...... To All Creditor and PorooneIlavlnf ''n: NO. 411OUDINAMl ..and t said ash BoiatoiYou of youaroby 500 .. opportunity to. ho fully! board, I / (
AN M t'HANOINO fly 1MHBCTIUN of chairmanidwla
BENT' Pour B"roomI PCA. Loan up to I year. Boo (Claim or D.unaad. soothed and niiulrod t a
of repmi-ntatlve of Montlrollo Pro AgaInst laid E.tal.tt Till EON1NU rl.AMirU'AT10Nor ........ elalmo I. Maaon, tVaoomlo.Iun.rJorry
East Jot.
.l1Ina and
1>" o. eorftO any d.mind '
.... ksroby THE ruuxiwiNo inxu. HIMKO W. hair and Commla'
and sack of
and Lows 8I.t.. Contort I uotlon Credit AM*. Office Ii ..u wkloh olthor of
larson you or ,
Farm Buroau Bide _iliad and raqalr" .a pro'n.M LAND IN TIlE CITY OF you map loner Wilbur C, Ill.... aa and oe orutemos, nil'I
.
Wolf. I
AI.I. Wolf at Narbin boos .aI. lbs ooloto of HarrI ,' ,
Ino. lit W..t Crawford 50. It Mar II, II, Apr. t, I St asy shams and Imiando gVlNCY FLORIDA TO-WIT *. Clark doroaaod, lato iMttailnath* Florida I'ubL'tillti. ho
That of Let Nn II ot II. (
which you, or either of may part ( los ..u'f-: Commla.km thIs
have aaalnet the (:0i Yes Hobart Cloy lylr. Woot ot ouiMy, tho County ofuartadtn Ird Jay of Maroh, It...
# HId .. Jr.. ._.... late of Bold Plate Rood No. Ill (MokertMlrt County, norlda, at his '..vlllnaC. manlay
FOR SALE' FOR SALE trfllFO In tko ootirt ho... of said. .
.
SERVICE Oouniy to Ike County Judge of > eooordlni l* map OCplot Ku.u.llvs .*...IU'
ounty at gunny, riorlila. with
a.d... his of Mid Rouort Cloy onronord .
County Florida,
at
HOUSES I I.. ,
01110. I. Ih. coin hou.s of aald In lbs offlc of th* all oalaadar month. frets lb. 1101 HIM "''lfTltI t'UI'ItT lilt
l'lrk of Court Into of tha flrat puhllratloa ot TUB 1'NITKH STATES IN AM
th Clroull
1952 Willys Sedan County at Qulncy, Florida' with- IbIs notlio. Two ..pl.. of ..... roil TillS NdHTIIKHN: HIM.
lAbS Lonl three
QUICK I I.. .Ia diladar onolithi from Ohs of ( .'.'.n County. FlurlnnIh
bed-room homo I baths on IfS ;St wort Young'i time of the tI..., publloatlon of foniolnc doaorlbod p.1 ,,- claIm or dotnend shall b. lawirltlnf 'HUT tiV FUmlDA. Wll Kit 10Aa ,
aor lot Call to a.117.0141.. Rebuilt thl. nolle. Two eoplae of oacbclaim .. of land comprlilni Iwo and shall Slats lbs plar' on lha llth day *( Ma/oh
1\ < or d.mand shall b. In writln parcel of land daaorlbid .. of rMiiUnro and pout sIll,'. ad 1104. Clinton Aahmore, t'nll..J '
dross of tb. olalituinl. and shall ",.,M AlUirn.y, In and for Ih.
FOR sALE I bodroom horns. ., and ahall elate the plane of follow lo-wlti Corn b. awarn to by lha claimant Northern dl.lil. of Funds, fll, L UqMOA I* AS
dan, '. lot, *, Buona VI.. 199. roald.noe and peat office addrea li.aln at the Inuthweet ..
.p fine hI. .
ao.nl. otlornoy and aoompanlail a lib.I IB Iho Unllad ..t.t. W.CSLA' HOC"
of of laid Hobo
lx.1 No. II
of lbs claimant, and shall b* w : ;
U Molfhu. Call 1117 ator t a flIleg fao of onollar Hatrlnt Court ...In.' line 1141havrnl.l .
II. I
p.m.It worn to ky the claimant, his art CIty, run North HI olm'iM WWCH TV* SAND
'
Put 441 nculk III ft. and such auilm. or d....... ( Impala *..1..., norlal4llttClellol
CAPITAL PEST CONTROL aavnt, or attorney and accompanied ft.
856-5453 ot .ol .o fIled bail ka void.Mattla Ni' and all pw HA' triirrko r
W..t 4il ft to Ike '
LAKE UOURB FOR BALI: a minifoe I of one point
:I. U. Hark. one havlnc BlT1"11tS7bWAl
or claiming
TWKMA
Call Jay Pool 1.1"I... I dollar claim or demandnot b.alnnlnf .any
Hardy Lajidlnr
I I Aa
filed and oiorutrl of Iho Bitala of iikk, line or Inlorr.t In or lo P4
ahall void.Lavlnla
thamborlaln. MAli T-llll, Coatrol .a' and I ao be H. III III ft North of the Tha Uut Will and Ta.taman 0' oltlm or Urn upon Mid ...
MlrhiAl
m\far,. II Apr "ul. II .tl.1! USINESSAHNOUNCIMENTS .oo.k rvolaBiIraCall I, admlnlatratrli of Ih* K- xiuthwaot" tornor of Uit No.II of Harry P. Clark .......dPlral loK and WIIBRKAI by virtu Oe' NOAH -125' "
DulilliHMUia April I, III 'of process In duo form of law lo
--- tots of l.. Hick. Jr, ..._... of null Hubert I Ity, run WD.UPMUtJCIAH
ruR BAUD Thrto bodroom T.U.h_ Fla. FIrst publication Mar.' It, Illl but 41* loot Ic Slots Road 'p.1I I. I. Is II II m. dlrnld, roturnahla an lbs liARD K* A"
.
unfurniahiid hou. In city llrnlii Mar II, II. II, Apr I 4t No. III Northerly' aluni modIc /11'11'11I or KI.KNTIIINNOTIOK 11th day of April. 1114. al l'sl.labia. TO CliMpOlE5550151W
COLLECT Ninth II... ot aald lot No.II ..*, Floiida. I hue *lid
Road Call afterI lit IIRHKIIT OIVXtN or
on lake Talqln IN TIIM HURT OK THE ('(OliN.TV old liken lha above d.rribJpriIIuc4y ,
p.m. MAIn .ollo Man II HOME KITE JI5-J4JJ West to Norlhw.it corn hat a r..ul.r Municipal KIM o55tI5iNI L.ur, $
.1'1111., OADrlUKN COUNTY and hava earn In m,
Apr. 1. t, It 41 I. TV SERVICE or of said Lot IOu. 11. lush 11.05 foP Iho City 01 Qulnny, riorda CMA5LOTTU NC
,
OF PUUH1PA NOTKM
eTATK untidy I* horoby -
OFFICE IU-JTJI nONE III ft. to Point of ll.flnnln will lIrl '
.1 ko bold on
Tuaoday
IOU BALK Three b.droom .,.. o Rmoin AU I IM ..... NO. un HOM R-l TO t IjJlt.IT ho Illh day of April A. l>. Ill, 'us thaI a Inatrlot Colors b* SeaMK.IS-; ;
.
ESTATE Or B. F. HUUINT' laid In lbs of TallohMM .
homa. Two bailM In Oak Part.Will ..to roooaMACK1 FNAlTKi: 11tT14S_ for Iho nuroo.a of oloutlna1 two Clly ,
paint any color d. lrod, -I riiirld., on th* Illh day of ADII -
Phono IIT-IIII. Star II Apr t RADIO k NOTICE Or riLINll PBTITIONrolt of ClIP Comml.alon.re for Ih* ('ftp Iii, for Ih* trl.lIf- sold
Qulncy Flurlda. for the torm
II "1'IAI. HIHCHAKUIC r.miHa, end Iho ,wnr 0 r own
TV SEBVIGEso NOTICE la h.nby .1.... that of ihroe year. to haul at So'cI.'l .r* amt .11 p.'..u ".... ma], LAFF-A.DAY
fun BALK I bodroom lIving STOP wo have fllad our final return P. )f. Rtandard Tim., bses *r olalm a* Inloroal In lbs
neon dlnlnv room don and raus ,..- a* Kiwutor nf th* Kalat ofF 0" Oha third da, sPIn, Ibsi properly' aformuid ahuw .*".*
rtakfaat room Oa..., utility B. BUUrNT doooaaodi thai I {ISnlder.Wells 1.1..1..... laid dot'HOB will k. if any they ka a why a final d*
room and patio. Excellent loratlon For All Your .5 hava filed our petition (or I hold In th* Publl kaf.ty It.. roe should not paao ao pcnpcd

rtaaonablo prlco. Call MAt dutrlbutli and for final '1.. parlm.nl. BuIlding of aald Lily rn,m.it B. kh.lhf, United Wat.
-I"", it 1.0w. the houic nf t eeleck (
'hargo and Ihlt 0" April II, I
Fishing Needs 1114 ". will apply Iabla tho Ito..o,. I A M. and I oolork PM
llul HB FOlK MALJC ; IJwn.n1.avlnt i iti H T. H.yaolda'County Mctlc I I. h.r.ny iiva thai
tow for saw Job Muntpoll tho
followlna samad
Lake Talquln RoadW. Jndio of Oad.... County, rior- I paraon
and bath
quickly. I roomi I lave baa appointed a* Inipoolor -
ross and tlow.,.. Just Ida, for approval of saId r.turaaand end t'lorke of
'
Troll Kloollon
D. Han.U. S. Hobort. SL
for Urdor of Dletrlbutlon
an INC. 1
rtontlr rdoooratd Inildo Lo.ut. II r the llonoral Klootlon t* k*
.,. ,
and tb .rt. for. VlnalDlarharaa
.' at II N. Virginia gtrootphono hold In and SOP tho CWy of Uuln
.. C W. Bruco *a Ki.cuUr .ftho "Solos with ferric That <,. the
MAl.1&0. < riorlita on llth. day ot
Will of II F Blmint doooaaod.March .
Mar II II, Apr II 41 II, 1114TJI Always SertUfloi"TELEPHONE April A"'. IpsOiCL.Ei'l'ION

50151 SALE Hou_ M.d. Iota quucr TATB BANK. tNOPlCO'TIiNlhiAitD'IIoc I.II..

two down ap.rtmsnta.Ownor will 57,104.0 flnaaca$. t : mmIIm1iDr. ICXMCt.OIlGad.... I UnsuIt 127-71(5 lloorie. Hamilton,O Jama1'fell. Villa.
441
P. O. Box
anco7 Contact Wilma Walsh torn.y. for IEa..opN. In.ooelor
ii ... IS. A,... 5 I! 4t Taylor Oronlh.m
Phono StAID TI1I4I : I. I QUINCY FLORIDA ('1..". Allornal Hilly IfJC3SfTK ..
SHIRTSand tha Court of tho County Now t'bs da wo nut out lot
N\TII'II OF INTENTION TO
"U'.., O.d.... Coantr Florida
BEDROOMS MAKE APPLICATION INSPECTION' aatf Ml"VITAMIN
In frohato. :
TOSS S ..... Homo tot I In ral EutmIqOf Post FINAL III*.'II A ROB I itoAMII .. 5... none Nlieo, .' .

*. M. Botllut 10?.. Ccraoll MICHAEL HltKn\.( a- minor, Florida 11M.... Yi. can Qtt avery Alton... .. .Smith,. l_to at.eory'.
you .
U
Arthur
.... Hmm ...... l.lry. Km PANTSLAUNDERED Iiovoaaed fit C.of th (1ollnl, Judge, Moons. AND
Tile II.... Scpurslu 1.0,1.. T. All Cr..l..... and Horoon.HaTln (dda County, Slams of nice frt. ball. Clork.. AlMreatei Jam.. Wllllama -
Hm todklMtlM "'H.. !>!.. (1.1... or bomand.Aaaln.t Florida. HEALTH rOOO SERVICtSpecial
I... 10,.. HIM P... Will No.niiMBW Call Katalal: la "ro..'.. No. illS point pen from OU H, W, Hlninn, Mayor of thNUTKN Dlnl
awl
O'lly It Yl.rlda I
PHA. VOII MA f-WITI los and each of you are hereby In re th. Citato of 14u1P47, .

I., Boro lolomolloi or WHt FLUFF DRY nollflod and roqulr4 to pr*- ,CHARLKB Lo PARKER, Leon and lames at U..T'J.. F. ,',,',.. / llealln: Food
lark U. ...._ Ill W,.. It.O5pnIaSSSFIS. .ant any elalma sad damandiwhloh t>MO0dTo .
you or althar of you. mar All Whom It May CO"O.'''' Snldtr-Wtllf. 210 W. l'lIy ('I.to Ill 'MlM Audrty .,*.**. OwnerNl

have aaalnot tho oatato of Mlok- la.o le hrby flvea that INHKHMAMN ,.II'TITIUI/- W. Slog It, Fn. IS7-7UI
REPAIRSALTERATIONS ..1 Hlfl.... a minor, dra.od, I.t. P, Aadaraon flUd hie final [.fftrton Strttt. just LAW
I of aald County to Iho teunlrJadia r.port ae admlnlatrator. .f Ih., !Votloo Ii barely n... that Iho
FOR BALES ad of Oadidon County Florida oatato of ('had .. L P......,, dooawd *- by coming In and sndstaigled. .01110. 0oaooaqolo

Bedroom R..... LowDown al kla offlro la tko court ; that .. Iliad hi* p.lltlon tho following ... .". .0".' Mia rkllllom ....
rarnent Low I hou. of ash.. County at Oulnry. for final I dlaohario. and that ha looking over or RIVHIt ('ITV I III>NinilVICtl Quincy' Flntit
FloI.. within sIght ..1.0"'. will apply to tho Hunnrabla H VRaynolda a I rhatiahMik.a,
i lilted applianctt. -
Monthly PiymenU. rloaMln moniha from the time of tho County Judaa of Oada- FlorIda, Inl.ndi. t* r.au tf lbs
( Already Arranged No,. MORROW ,tInt publloatlon of this soil,. ... .aunty, Florida on th* 17th You don't Hid name with lbs (l.rk of lbs REPAIR SHOP
MoMIIUa. Ill* Mir Rach rlalm or '....0. shah bla day of April Illl. for approval <<'In.uli i nun vf Uadede Cow
mia DRIVE INCLEANERS wrIting. and ahall atoms thpl of sums ... for final. die hare. Tlnrlds
nolli Dr".. U ae admlnlalretor of the solo,. ofharl iav. lo buy any. Oy'
.
I ro of .*.Id. .. and pout offlri I /./ Hndn.y C WlndhemROI
I addr.aa of Iho claimant, and (' >* I. Park.r, d .'eaM 55Ills )NKV WINIXIAMprll Located at New

,.mrr otooroo I (rrowto 1 shall, be ...r. to by Ik* claln 14th day at March lilt thing. I, I. II. II 05Oltil'li'l5 I
Morn P. And.reon ..
sot, hi sstrnte r his ailors.y, --
and any aurk claim a, it.maadnot admlnlatrator of lbs ....I. of : TO <'MKUITOH4rUlHIIlA i Western Auto
FOR SALE ao fllod shall ko *>ld.La IharlM U Parkor d.ceao.d ITAli ThM
>lnla Hick. Mar II Apr I. *, II II NEW APPLIANCES I. the t',... of ,.. ,;num.ludia ,

534 ACRES iNs Pew Cent Financed Aa admlnl.uatrrt of th* 1:.. N01"IC. I UtI".... Ceuoiy, Florl- Storo

lat. of Michael Hleka o minordueaa4 NotIce, I. 1Io..b .." th.t tbs 1>. Model Jill CB No. I In" Prcfcile.

South .( QulMy BRICK HOMES 1114 City CoUufncy. .... .. of lbs City of Model tt Inch III rei K.UMe nfliot
U MIld 1 FIres publleatlan Mar U 1 West SU
N.... Lake Tilquln. tt* A., 51a. Completely Flnbked. Mar, II. II II Apr I It k.arlna-. Florid at SOS will*'hold lork a P.publa I lOon I For flnli l. 5. FRYRR: ./h.1. /. ..... Mfmon
Prlcot Start al 1- ele kmlih r.,.,, l>...aod.
Aera Cleared Balance IN TIlE COI'NTT "'INIIC'. ihs lath day of April, IH4at Rang .... $138.00 To All trodllor sod Parsons

Woodland. Sprlntt Elo $7200for OOmT 0V OAtWPBif. : COUNTY' th* City Hall In Qulmy.Florida ofI ,?.....lil. dun K*.ln. Claim of 1>0_... POT CNICh% aIll* RachM la LA WNMOymtSBICYctIs
wIth
Crock bordon N. and S. Bedrooma.. rt/OHin oa lha propolltoa "..In.' Sold :.'.., ready to ha,. her turfing ihlllthorhoit
No ITTIIX whslhur Sr 5.4 thosunlsgriaaoI'I and all the other latcrtfealeiroal lou and sorb *f f'. ar* II.,.-
8ldM Good FarmingRanrhlnr. month KK ESTATE OF FELIX: ficollun tIN foilnwlsg drsrih. In Hollywood .. ahoappean :
$48.39 per 1" by notldod and re<|iilrd t'> pr*
EXCELLENTHUNTING BENNY, PocoaaidKOTICH .4 land (ho City .6 Quley, sonlasytlaIn. and .._0'. In a check pint lUlL
RESER> E. Good We alaS accept your old. borne II Fl...... ..-.111 1- TAtltXIWIt New Model slid you or Mtkar ., you mayk.r. Ralllo oppend In tko new
thai tk.utidralBd Tko noulk foot of the fnl. OUTBOARD
Kollro la hortby alms II
trade
!.
a
T....... Floss 7-St41 after kaa Iliad Ma final lowlnc ._...... orprty OB ramllr-Mhwd eealnal Ike male.I':CmlihFryr Hoe Ills "Muorl* Boaoh 'art,.*
Write P. O. Sax 114 : For Only II ale a Fryor ./ / R< l
I p-m. ShIns .Itjrl.Za'T Etoootorat t-WII .......... lass of aald MOTORS
or *.tamnlt C..IIat a point 411 R frlg rator $1434)0) ... SI Odd
Jodis
.. ('OURI,. Os thu : Fact
3fl1838Cairs.Gs. I < r.lli Hoary, .--.. and baa foot W.*t from Ik* Nortk' ,.. ...
.11. .. ..... .1
.. ,. FI..rIIIo
ASA JOHNSON : with U the blot leaInreel F. owv SMALL
dhy .
lao flld Ita PotllloB for Ordorf wool ooraor *f lbs let *<" After I Philadelphia' APPLIANCES
I. Dl.trlboiloa and Ito applkaHOB Frod Ullbort to HonnlaParkor fulHy to I apoed
0. box (41 for riaal triaoharae and aid commonly knowaaad i PoliticalAnnouncements stable tkMded
r. If
I:hat on t.. l.lh day of April ,.t.".. to In tke ( lip ..fQuln IaM.. II Iho. aanctllfilterno / sew lag eha/fi SlId wad fined 111. Our Shop Will BOp .

Qt'IVCT. FLORIDA I 1144_it II .. o" lark A. M or M "y .. Ik* Polly P.rhor 01 I II k. turned around and preaenled!

For Oali I flea, treffH aoofnaur warrantJ rale d by

L--_ -- Washer $18945 'to Uo officer who'd (iton him
BARGAIN FOR QUICK SALE I
I HOMES wilt aU the ...... halaroat FOR dOUBT ShERIFF lImo tkhot and nlacod. him muterrrert. R. B. "Rusb") PALMER

h'flwcrnSALESMAN I I ...,.", announre Sty ran I'. .

3 Bedroom older home on* block from dldarr for rlMUu to SPIt.

WANTED "PrMHTLMITT office of Hhortrr. of C.4a4.n .
-- -
for full time Raw. Qulnqf High SchooL Separate Dining County, aublort l. 1M 1Mm.ntIs -

Ilk BudBoM L... Product,. wu.u sold" yJaikeon v hrover Room. Gas Spac. H4Kxtt>rt. Level 90 X 90 USED APPLIANCES i Primary Mar I, 1104. '

4* ,..... Car ....aory Xlnqaberry.Ji lot. $7 (XX 300 North Calhoun adjoin- I My dealre It W iwitlaue to FOR YOUR
>. aaan In_....* reoo,nt .. I- GI CMko errve on niF put P ""* *. ,
>r Borconal ,,,..,,,1.. wrtt IL- Woman'i Qub. For Only Hhorlff
--. tog QuIncy your
Rawl.uk RAH
.1.
lll-a t Manac.r. Apr I. II ia U Dryer $4U)0) I I Unrerely .opprorUt your FUEL

it_.HKTAHY fcmploynwalwllk Gr.enwoodSunset Lewis H. Gregory Realtor I a ,." oel ooodltlMvleo pod eonfldenr In and I

a Ian aid nilablo firm U.rotII..1 wtUI lull so'. am Main alnrorely a.alnl (or SEI

IB Qui.." |-....*...< wIll a oodworklnc and, 12 W. WoRhlngton ...leyt your vote and avpport .. May
eondltlone. Mual lie IBlollla.nl. I. OIL
of l..l. Moponolbllllloe I- Del... HeApS Hotro4alCMhoo
capable a 6278294AMBITIOUS Otho rdwardi
to Acres For Oali '
aad wllllnc
work with ..II.... A good lyplei .1 Washer $69.95 paid Puiiuml Ad.. \\VHOME
and san take dictation. loins _
PLEMMONS
..11... tratnlnc pr.t.,,*". R*. CLARK wIll pose tar n.w. wOO FOR llirRIFF .

ply u ewa hud ..ltl.. I* P. o Phone MAin ,.'$11 It ,....,.. to .... aaifahrlo OF CAIMUCX tOtMTT;

,lInt.'-.,Qalncy.c. Uadodoa UI. ago Ocoaty a orl' LADIES "..-rt,. o-lth fall I awTi-fry miouMt my ......

.aI ...t.... ,..t *arri>n.. and i aenIsi potkyi dory fur elortloa to DM Uffkoof DELIVERIES

salary ,.tM. AU replloe' eon ftberlff of Oadedo County.
[ IU.OIUI. Apr L I II "' subject. to th* DmfcorflUt FtWury DISTRIBUTOR
Tri_ in B o Suee.... Earn Extra $S$ This Ywar. .
I. IM4rnaltfkatkenat
MJOKKICKPICR LEONMOBILE Hoay MlMt .....*. r > May
... .plMI
headline ..me.k kk* ( Lao trhonlGradual

: lara BMrfcllM.retell. Koipl turn,,_....wllk... UI a HOMES S.ll Avon Near Your Horn. rtgcrotora. end iqs to I Member of ,.."..- CallSERVICE

Quincy. .... .slluga (rsIuisg choo o from lot loM dwm ''-7VanLteluiorro

pr..(-...d hut B-M .oc.ulSry ferric WRITE MRS. DOROTHY MARTIN, I70JXJ wtk fun MrYk.poky. wnl esperlvnr a* .potlalAient
I <'.,..1. d labial rf .a..lllIl- aloe with federal hush of OIL CO.
Hoc sad WltllBO l* worb with .
|..a_ FOTMBOBI wltk goad Mow Mooav Tarlotto PO BoxttiS MSS Tallahawt Flo. De.1 IOTTO em How lavrllJlloa Buelnoea ManU

1 .n rkiB. ....111--. Rap>ly I. Cardnwr. -, hrwartHkw Codadte Ctrunljr put II
f *mm head wnttof I* PO' lama For levrko Contor, ..mdD9
Dwtcdls.
'o (...... t.<1 Tim Qointry clooa Coed TraUen yoara.Mondo 627.8888
Wv. **.. ......1 etalo* r and ir Wide rvry1hi b yoorr9artfUc Iwae I IlIteept I Fort "County-wide

Ipuit eapcrloowe aid oolary ..- Just Fill Out the Coupon Below and Gin Matat oq.n.. low eojuitomeot covorai* -

jroiod. Apr 1.0 ttWAirrro Wo trade for furairoro .. of maktt mata I...dial*. UfarCM and *. >

AII i* .*n.T R**. rartkh* .* *aJ.oWo Horn tMuod |ir.oUalton) of Mos* QUINCY
Dli4)cnons to _
.'.. Prods i. t* iioiaiacr tor ad moUl appliance.bAs1 rr1o>* Coojplot tooooritloai

.... or part Tall.leaa.o ta Stood Have EDO SEAL mi car .1eRio .M M law enfonenmt .|..- OREEN
I.. ata, tie RwMck ,
At 11-11 ......... Tess.Mar. 0. .. N H noDs wont rtAMTADDHISS. ecd IrowbU orca ecScI1IIoeaIwtrt.cJ elo* MMler th* nrtoclpl AO ..... BTAMPb

JI. I* Apr I. tl etTyo TakmJa tna.Taniiiieei. ii -I fJpe. T. eon. rotardloo .f the-lr otatMla 6632319IN

AaT&1I ... .. lie 4c I Cad HAlo ,-.???. IiKPSaE.NT Florid BC. 90 wrox| ea oar tritnM4 unSet in* Cn
SeJd.r.Wolfe Stamps
ba .44.04 0.4seolOl. Ua9. M Uv-

.,. ,. .,.... flodo tll Weal T.noMit.irtwani Sa.o ad 1er9k. Sole I atarorory ok till yoeji tot CHAHAHOOCHEE

... .," til.MM art ... Ajuewys. cad sapped on May ftk.J All Purchases!

..... T. Hut "".101.
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PAGE EIGHTEEN 'H COUNTY TIMES, QUINCY FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL z. J964 _

,land I both worked and at that C., vWtta* relative She wa Ceilege, were Linda Breeden,
time lived there also. Part of Episcopal Homestead Law L MoowBMled by Mr*. of New Orleans, La.. Dale Kennedy
Bits And I his letter follow: Ii Iii / Person MeKeewn who vtatted Mr.usL 1 of Albs. Qa, and Hen-
"Your weekly paper I* greatly Repeal Opposed eJLocai Mrs M. J. MeKexwn In OreenvUle ri Me Johnson City,
enjoyed. Trunks, Mr. Church Notes 8. C, Tenn.
Pieces Long Your .IMU of the 26ttiwa By Scott Kelly I Mr. and Mrs. Buck Register Irene Levy of Tampa spent -
I especially Interesting. Will from St Paul' I.J'Jn and children spent Sunday hiOracevllle Barter holiday with Jeanne Card of ThanksWe
BY HUTCH you pleas mall me a* many i ..UI and attended the
bell
'number of this issue that the I think that our first community State Sen. Scott Kelly slid I
family reunion at the home of wish to Uk this
enclosed SI,00 will for wide United Holy Week|that he Is opposed to repeal of Mrs Spence McCall of Pen- oppor
pay his parent, Mr. and Mr* E. N., tansy to express our deepest
r Well, well, well! Mnow Y older (Yet, and thank again, Mr observance went off most creditably -Homestead Exemption Register ascots was a recent guest of' gratitude to who
everyone contributed
Long) I am proud of the degree By Hutch Mr and Mr, Hurry S. McCall.:
brother, Harry, It I fullJ "It of participation by matt Speaking In Plant City, Tampa I Cadet John Howell Blackburnof Mrs. Romulus Brlnkley had, to the Thomas Barr
; ledged grandpa Hit ion, DenZ1y to was about 1933 I cam of the clergy In Qulncy, and and Miami, Kelly Mid that Russian newspaper are conducting Havana returned to Marlon' a* her luncheon guests Wed, Fund, to Mr A. D. "Doc" Macon -
with the help (m) of his Smlth'i Quincy Hotel, topping She at Mrl the laypenple of most of the repeal of homestead exemption a campaign to stimulate' Institute, Marlon, Ala., Tuesday nesday her aunt, Mrs L. A., for his time as treasurer, to
iwlfe, Nancy, give birth to a derful was a won denominations mad a fine response on the first 15,000 assessed val the purchase of better and more morning following s visit with, Melvin of Jacksonville : those who gave blood and to
thus giant (over 8 poundi) Sun. woman. I think I met as well It was especially uation "would break faith with the USSR. his parent, Mr. and Mr*. J. II mother Mn. Edna Cook,dT".-! those who have helped In anyway
at In
her table dress
you along with attractive
Hay morning. At last report gratifying to me to note out elderly people and retiree I Blackburn. laha* ee. I am still In bed and
tin father, mother and baby Judge Reynolds, he was not that our Episcopal churchpeo- who contribute very little to Theoretically, the Commun- Mia Berlin Young of Are Mr. and Mri Tracy Riddle have a long way to go. but it
I Judge then) and good
it ere doing fine I hope Grandpa a many tits cost of government" advertising I was through your prayers thatI
other In the pie who have never been noted llta consider kansa State College, Jone- and children Charlie and Emily
Harry U also on the road checkers, chest evening and that bridge, for ecclesiastical nocturnal. "They have no children In waste. But the present campaign born Ark., spent the holidays. spent the weekend In WUllston have come this far. Thank
jo recovery. At taut report hejmdnt popu. It (thert'i our schools, practically Indicates that commonsense with Mr. and you and may God bless you
lar lame with marble (Chinese y a phrase for you!), none of Mrs. Ralph Strong with her mother, Mn. C. H
exactly been named.I checkers) kept u* amused until were substantially representedat them are In our prtsona, If they, tell them otherwise.The Their ion, 2nd Lt. Billy Joe Phlnney. Thomas Barr and his
fceemed to be a slight contra bed time all the services. My special enter our mental Institutions Russian woman, or man, Turner, who U stationed at family
era, over whether to name "Mr. Boardman got Into thanks go to the Reverend the slate receive their Income,! grew accustomed to floppy Ft. Banning, Ga., spent the
,)JIm William Hampton Hutchln-. growing Tun,. For me several Bronson Matney for making two so I feel that to repeal the tax,clothing when the production ,weekend with them SIM. Ann Clark Here Get-rlch-quick faster schemes multiply
than the of
William
HutchInson supply
gun or. Hampton ihould I year after the orchard came Inspiring contribution to the, exemption on their homes, we of consumer goods was lacra- Bobby Lester, student at the For Holidays sucker
You hive
teen Into bearing It was quite prof. Three Hour service here at St. would be discriminating againsta fired for Industrial and military I University of Florida, Galnes-
I )h* pair of genuine blue denim' Paul' All In all the' very Important I that better
( It was segment of build-up. Now
table.
When I wanted to develop fVUIe, spent the weekend with Miss Ann Clark, a sophomore
overall that kid.
someone lent "
Whey would Just bout fit his broader uses for the oil best Holy Week we have had our population, Kelly explain goods are available they are his parents Mr. end Mrs. R B. at lift College In Forsych Ga., lot
I In the almost five yean I have|ed. I not desired .
was among the first to use Lester, Jr.Frank has been home for the Easter
Uncle. tong oil exclusively In making been In Quincy II remain a Kelly laid h* doe not thinka Apparently the present Russian Smith, student at Tulane Holidays visiting her parent, ot95Me
varnishes Then I met Dr. Fairchild -rank newcomer). The United constitutional amendment repealing feeder feel that a well- University In New Orleans Mr. and Mn. J. Hubert Clark
tl'm alwiyt thinking and who wrote "Th World Community Sunrise service, Homestead Exemption' dressed person U a more con- ipent the holidays with of Greensboro. She I* major.
about things that happened Is My Garden." It was he who held for the second year at would pas a atatewld refer- tented and more productive his parent, Mr and, Mr. Ben Ing In elementary education at
a long while ago. This Introduced the Aleurltlei Fordl! Hillcrest Cemetery, was an Inspiration endunt. citizen But the techniques of Smith here and at their St I Ttft '
>(>ek I had a letter from an Into this In Us simplicity and capitalistic promotion are needed
The Island
country II. noticed candidate for governor ,George cottage Her guests, also from Tit
old friend that I knew straightforward hablla of ._ .
about break
presentation to sloppy '
of --
how
especially a mortar made also said that he li sincere In Victor Hlgdon and Rick Gar -- --- --- --
35 year ago. I thought he was with the oil had been used asa the relevancy of Easier to the his pledge to repeal the yore I by of Chicago, 111, students at
in old then life of the world autotruck This belated appeal to the' TIME TO WE HAVE .
man M he roofing This had been on W* would tag Increase Thli win 1 Tulane ipent the holiday withVictor' .
must be pushing a hundred roofs In China and had been wish for I larger attendancenext reduce revenue by about 139'consumer In a Communist society parents, Mr. and Mri Devoe Paints
{low. He wa a tall, year I hope that again demonstrate the i
straight both
so used for 100 year or more million but the anticipated J. Buryl Hlgdon Plumbing Fixtures
and silver haired old our Holy Week Increase advertising plays In creating -
gentle- with and Easter program part
no deterioration. due to normal Mr. and Mri Glenn Devil and Complete Lin of
growth
man. Very aristocratic lookIng "It seemed to me that can be maintained through will wealth. For no economy children of PensacoU Building Materials
I roof bring In
about $1$ mil. spent
He drove a Franklin tour like that would be wonderful. many year to come Through lion. .benefits( from product whichare 'the weekend with her parents, .R f I Alcoa Aluminum Roofing
tog car, on* of those kind that For fifteen year I tried to make the kindness of radio WCNI "A { not wanted. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman. e Galvanlced Roofing k SidingIlousewarea
fcad radiator the governor I will Insist The desire for new products'I .
no air cooled that roofing Finally I found Quincy Telephone Company on Mr*. Frank Hlggln and Ions k Gift
piotor. lie mad his home In the secret and It I II now ready and the City of Quincy,, the practice of hard headed li the first factor In mass production have returned from Mobile, : Carey Asphalt Roofing
fit It was business principle /In the spending That desire usually fol
Petersburg and while In for possible to broadcast the
commercial use, but I have of Ala. and Meridian, Miss, where e Gold Bond Shertrock
Quincy where he Sunrise Service money in all operation lows effective advertising
had
for
alarm been the first '
Je, lived at the Allen Court promoted ao ,busy but It It U ha ready* not been time. Our heartfelt thanks to of stale government, By practicing Advertising stimulate the.I II (I relatives they spent several days with REMODEL and Gypsum Goods ProdmUSporting k Firm Supplies
all who fiscal conservatism, I do I consumer to obtain the wherewithal
Lintel which
made It .
was owned and possible BUILDBELL
"My lung orchard I
of Other Item
on my 223 Mr and Mrs Arthur Flxel Plus Hundred
In the i not anticipate need for to make a purchase It
perated any
at that time by Mrs acres gratitude department,
across from
Allen Mlsi Dmsa) Smith. Edna bert'i Store W. T. Lam- Cant nasa UO this nnnrlimll( > raising revenue to replace the puts Into movement the ma-!spent the weekend at Calloway & BATES HARDWARE CO.
on highway 287 has to make public u, j iliOc Income from the auto tag Increase -I jchlnery which make low cost Garden 1n Pin Mountain, Ga
c
I gone, a tornado took alT of it. available to the whole Miss Garnet Laird spentspring
|product
the freer the heroic labor of our choirs,, Kelly concluded. I IS NORTH MADISON STREET QUINCY
[I in Dec. 1932: froze public holiday in Columbia, 8.1 I
who extended themselves _ _
far
I the up In the tree and burst ----
HAULINGTRUCKING I the trunk and kilted the rest beyond the normal call of duty
!I have turned It Into Improved to make Holy Week and Easter
pasture, and meaningful and relevant
want to sell It.
i Can your paper aell It? E. V. through their ministry of
Long" music To our Secret, Service,
I too,.the ever-faithful LUCKY
Mr Long live at 2030 43rd and vigtlant PURCHASE
ALL KINDS Street South In St Petersburg, Altar Guild of St Paul''hurch ,
In case someone U interested.i additional and supersrogstive
and Long Distance thanks are due It

Furniture Insured I ODD PRESCRIPTION the was Body our pleasure of Christ to, through enter Into the I

Louisville After visiting sacrament of Holy Baptism ad. BY MS-CAN BEmm
ministered on the Eve of Easter
the doctor, Warren Smith took :I
Sam Hulley the prescription to a druggist Kelley Wad Wllllami, Infant
I without looking at It. : son of Mr. and Mr*. Eugene,
The druggist read the prescription Wllllami; Jon Bradley, Infant
t' smiled and handedIt ion, and Linda Fay and Jan I GAmj
MAin 7-6433 Elizabeth
back to Smith explaining Freeman, daughters
that h* was unable to help him. of Mr. and Mri. John A. Free, I
The prescription recommended adWbJe wish for them .1 hap
s. ADAMS ST. I II that Smith "Take on. trip py life In th communion ,
to Florida. Vacation it lets'LOANS and fellowship of the S I tl
Holy Catholic Church .
I In/
U!! _.__ __ ,toll on of__ lh.__._ _I._..'..._ n nun_...._.... _nt.
people the extended holiday
took out of town we had the
largest attendance for the keepIng :jff ,
of the Easter hut w. have ,
RESIDENTIAL FARM aver had. I didn't know there .
were that many people left In 1' .
Lowest Closing Costs the whole city of Qulncyt! ,
High Appraisals '
The kiddle enjoyed the Easter ,' .
Good TermsCONVENTIONAL Egg hunt on Easter afternoon,
but I'd still like to know how
F.H.A. snow whit bunnies can lay all
those brightly colored egg -
Quick Confidential and Courteous Service and only once a year at thatl!

SEE ALVIE WOLF AT Cape Kinnedy'i auto traffic
I has Increased 20 percent In the
r pant year. Fourteen thousand
HARBIN.WOLF, Inc. vehicle enter and leave the '
1 Cape daily
321 West Crawford Street I A vehicle count at the South
I Phone MAIn 7-8737 Gate of Cape Kennedy disclosed
that 3,134 auto panthrough
Your Business between 6 and 7 am,
Will Be
Appreciated I and 1,431 between 1 and 8 a m

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TESTEDPROVED This Is a bedroom of a lifetime! Smooth center DRESSER, MIRROR,

guided drawers, beautiful Interiors, and mirrors BED & CHEST

that adjust to Just the right tilt. Massive

dresser* has spacious drawers. Open the triple )(
door and there's two extra drawers for his

Best of all the new plastic finish resists even

polish remover. Com In soon -w* Won't have NO OUTSIDE

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USED WEEKEND SPECIALSI!

"r Each I have tried to
year ALL IN GOOD CONDITION -


make my service to the DISHES 1Apartment READY FOR USE


county taxpayers better. Gas Range $ 49.95

1- 8 Ft. GILRefrigerator

This Is My Record $ 69.95

,rt.. 2Complete

uV Single Beds $ 39.95

FROM THE LAST STATE AUDIT DATED JUNE 11. 1963 Complete with Innerspring

All collection of record were accounted for Mattress

Records were well kept. Maple Bunk Bed S 79.95

Occupational licensee and tangible property taxes appeared to halve 1Metal
been diligently collected.

Annual report. oi receipts, expenses and net Income were promptly Ironing Board S 5.95
filed and
correct.
1New Guarantee
A balanced cashbook was kept.

Records were accurate and conveniently filed. Elec. Apt. Range S 99.00

Tax rolls were properly closed.Total .
amount collected In this audit period was $1247419.43. 24 Drawer Chests S 19.00

OUR OFFICE RULE IS THE GOLDEN RULE TO ONE AND ALL. t6 4Double

Bookcase Beds S 17.95

15 PC.Living.

ELECT Room Group S 59.95


25 PC. Dinettes S 29.95

DECORATED FIRST COME FIRST SERVED
CLINTON 13 PC. Dinette S 14.95

4 4t OVER 2.000 PIECES TO SELECT FROM 7- Metal Springs S 9.95G'

Cams Id e.4! leek ever tWieelecfee tn.eN...
Cups & Saucers 6c
I BASSETTI .1 e M *..Wd rVfcee1 1* .ire

Dinner Plates ISc p, **e ..* wheie. let fce lea *M

Fruit Bowls 9c s' "WeeiSseU fee breakfast

I TAX COLLECTOR ..... .4"__ nJelj
Soup Bowls 12c


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